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States Of Matter State Changes Energy And Matter.

The transformation of matter from solid state to liquid state is called
a) vaporization
b) melting
c) evaporation
d) sublimation

The direct transformation of solid to gas is called
a) sublimation
b) evaporation
c) condensation
d) melting

When Dry Ice (solid CO2) turns from a solid into a gas, the amount of energy in the solid must:
a) increase
b) decrease
c) triple
d) stay the same

Which of the following states of matter has the MOST energy?
a) Solid
b) Liquid
c) Gas
d) Plasma

Which of the following states of matter has the LEAST energy?
a) Solid
b) Liquid
c) Gas
d) Plasma

An example of a liquid aerosol is
a) blood
b) jello
c) fog
d) smoke

An example of a solid aerosol is
a) blood
b) jello
c) fog
d) smoke

An example of an emulsion is
a) fog
b) mayo
c) blood
d) jello

When frost is deposited (water turns from a gas into a solid) on a surface, the amount of energy in the water:
a) stays the same
b) increases
c) decreases
d) triples

Whipped Cream is an example of a:
a) Foam
b) Solid Foam
c) Sol
d) Solid Sol

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