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What happens to temperature and thermal energy during a change of state?
a) Temperature stays the same and thermal energy changes.
b) Temperature changes and thermal energy stay the same.
c) Temperature and thermal energy stay the same.
d) Temperature and thermal energy changes.

Which of the following is not a state of matter?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) atom

When thermal energy of a material decreases, its temperature _____.
a) increases
b) decreases
c) stays the same
d)

The most disorganized state of matter is the _____ state.
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) water

When something becomes cold, _____ is removed from it.
a) heat
b) cold
c) gas
d) liquid

Bare feet feel colder on a tile floor than on a rug because the tile floor is a better _____ of heat.
a) conductor
b) insulator
c) state of matter
d) gas

Fiberglass is a common _____, which is a material that reduces the transfer of heat.
a) conductor
b) insulator
c) state of matter
d) liquid

The sun transfers thermal energy by the process of _____.
a) radiation
b) conduction
c) convection
d) gas

The handle of a spoon in a bowl of soup becomes warm due to heat transfer by the process of _____.
a) gas
b) heat
c) convection
d) conduction

If _____ is transferred from object A to object B, the temperature of object A decreases.
a) kinetic
b) radiation
c) thermal energy
d) conduction

Even though the water in a filled bathtub may be at the same temperature as water in a teacup, the water in the bathtub has more _____ because it contains a greater number of water molecules.
a) kinetic
b) radiation
c) thermal energy
d) conduction

An increase in the total energy of the particles in a substance results in an increase in the _____ energy of the substance.
a) conduction
b) thermal
c) radiation
d) insulator

If two glasses of water are at the same temperature, the average _____ energy of the particles of water in each glass is the same.
a) kinetic
b) thermal
c) conduction
d) radiation

Particles of matter in the solid state are held together but can move around each other.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

A substance gains thermal energy as it freezes.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Trapped air is a good conductor because it reduces heat transfer.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

The more particles a substance has a given temperature, the more thermal energy it has.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

During conduction heat is transferred by the movement of currents within a fluid.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Suppose that a material is being heated from a solid to a liquid. What change of state is taking place?
a) condensation
b) freezing
c) melting
d) evaporation

Suppose that a material is being cooled from a liquid to a solid. What change of state is taking place?
a) condensation
b) freezing
c) melting
d) evaporation

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