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A heating curve would best represent
a) evaporation
b) condensation
c) freezing
d) deposition

During which phase transition does matter change from a solid to a liquid with the addition of heat energy?
a) solidification
b) sublimation
c) fusion
d) condensation

During which phase transition(s) does matter skip a state?
a) sublimation
b) deposition
c) ionization
d) sublimation and deposition

The opposite phase transition of melting is
a) fusion
b) solidification
c) vaporization
d) sublimation

On heating and cooling curves, phase transitions are represented by lines that are
a) horizontal
b) vertical
c) positive in slope
d) negative in slope

Water heated to boiling on a stove is an example of
a) evaporation
b) condensation
c) sublimation
d) vaporization

Dew on grass in the morning is an example of
a) evaporation
b) sublimation
c) condensation
d) deposition

Phase transitions result from
a) addition of heat energy
b) removal of heat energy
c) addition and removal of heat energy
d) chemical changes

Which phase transition does NOT belong?
a) deposition
b) fusion
c) evaporation
d) sublimation

During which phase transition do the particles lose kinetic energy?
a) condensation
b) deposition
c) all of the above
d) solidifcation

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