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Diffusion of a substance always occurs
a) from lower concentration to higher concentration
b) from higher concentration to lower concentration
c) from a liquid to a solid
d) None of the above

Who proposed the atomic theory of matter?
a) Albert Einstein
b) Dr. Wiseman
c) Sherlock Holmes
d) John Dalton

The quanitity of matter an object contains is commonly referred to as
a) volume
b) surface area
c) kinetic energy
d) mass

What are elements?
a) substances composed of a mixture
b) substances composed of diferent types of atoms
c) substances composed of a single type of atom
d) None of the above

What is a molecule?
a) substances composed of a single type of atom
b) a group of elements linked together chemically
c) substances composed of diferent types of atoms
d) None of the above

What is osmosis?
a) One-way diffusion through a semipermeable membrane
b) Two-way diffusion through a semipermeable membrane
c) moving from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
d) All are correct

Where can diffusion occur?
a) gases
b) liquids
c) solids
d) All are correct

What is the kinetic theory of matter?
a) molecules are made of energy
b) elements cannot be destroyed
c) molecules of matter are in constant motion
d) elements are simple substances

What is the chemical symbol for silver?
a) Ag
b) Au
c) K
d) Fe

Au is the chemical symbol for
a) silver
b) gold
c) icecream
d) iron

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