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In which state of matter are the particles MOST DENSELY packed?
a) plasma
b) gas
c) liquid
d) solid

Cutting someone's hair is an example of.....
a) a physical change
b) a chemical change
c) a plasma change
d) a biochemical reaction

Which of the following is the SMALLEST particle of matter?
a) proton
b) neutron
c) element
d) atom

Hydrogen and Oxygen are both elements and gases. What makes them different from each other?
a) one we breathe in and one we don't
b) they are made of different atoms
c) they are made of the same atoms
d) they are on different periodic tables

If I increase a sample substance from 3 grams to 30 grams, which of the following properties will also change?
a) the melting point
b) the solubility
c) the mass
d) the density

Which phase of matter has the least amount of energy?
a) gas
b) liquid
c) solid
d) plasma

What is the difference between an atom and an element?
a) an atom is the smallest type of matter and an element is made up of all the same types of atoms.
b) an element is the smallest type of matter and atoms are made up of elements
c) elements have more than one type of atom that make them up
d) there is no difference between an atom and an element

If you have two substances to put in a pot of water, how will you know which one is MORE DENSE?
a) the more dense substance will be above the less dense substance
b) the more dense substance will sink below the less dense substance
c) the less dense substance will sink below the more dense substance
d) there is no way to know

What is it called when no more solute can be dissolved in a solvent?
a) boiling point
b) density point
c) freezing point
d) saturation point

If water reaches 32 degrees F or 0 degrees C, what point have you reached.
a) boiling point
b) density point
c) freezing point
d) solubility point

If water reaches 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C, what point have you reached?
a) melting point
b) boiling point
c) freezing point
d) density point

Which of the following properties of aluminum can change depending on the sample?
a) volume
b) density
c) melting point
d) boiling point

How can you increase the solubility of a chocolate bar?
a) decrease the temperature
b) increase the temperature
c) there is not way to increase the solubility
d) stir in some milk

Which of the following will best help a scientist describe a new substance because it doesn't change?
a) mass
b) volume
c) melting point
d) state of matter

Which of the following properties of water will most likely stay the same no matter how many samples of water we have?
a) volume
b) color
c) texture
d) density

What do we call how tightly packed the atoms are in a substance?
a) melting point
b) freezing point
c) boiling point
d) density

What do we call the temperature at which a solid begins to turn to a liquid?
a) melting point
b) freezing point
c) boiling point
d) density

What do we call the temperature at which a substance begins to turn from a liquid to a gas
a) melting point
b) freezing point
c) boiling point
d) density

If the temperature drops from 65 degrees F to 45 degrees F, which state of matter would water be in?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

If the temperature is 101 degrees Celsius, which state of matter would water be in?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

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