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All matter is made of ________________________.
a) ions
b) isotopes
c) particles
d) atoms.

The kinetic theory of matter says that the atoms/molecules that make up matter are
a) ever-changing.
b) constantly in motion.
c) fixed in position.
d) never-ending.

Temperature is the measure of the amount of _______________________ in a system.
a) kinetic energy.
b) potential energy.
c) mechanical energy.
d) light energy.

Which of the following is NOT a scale used for measuring temperature?
a) Fahrenheit
b) Celsius
c) Joules
d) Kelvin

As energy is added to matter, the atoms/molecules making it up will ________________________.
a) move slower.
b) move faster.
c) remain unchanged.
d) break apart.

Which of the following is a characteristic of a solid?
a) molecules are tightly packed together
b) molecules are not moving
c) energy and temperature is greater than that of a gas
d) does not have a definite volume

Which of the following does NOT describe plasma?
a) ioned gas
b) superhot
c) lots of different types of molecular motion
d) super-cold and unexcited

Which state of matter takes the shape of the container in which it is placed?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

In which of the following states of matter, is volume determined by the container in which it is placed?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

Which state of matter is extremely rare and not found in nature?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) plasma
d) BEC

The process which changes matter from a solid to liquid is called
a) melting
b) freezing
c) sublimation
d) condensation

Condensation is the process where matter goes from
a) gas to liquid.
b) liquid to solid.
c) gas to solid.
d) solid to gas.

The process that changes matter from solid to gas is
a) freezing.
b) melting.
c) sublimation.
d) evaporation.

Evaporation changes matter from
a) liquid to gas.
b) solid to gas.
c) liquid to solid.
d) solid to liquid.

Phase changes may require changes in
a) temperature only.
b) pressure only.
c) temperature and pressure.
d) electron configuration.

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