Science 6 Chapter 2 Test Set B Question Preview (ID: 38784)

States Of Matter.[print questions]

The state of matter in which particles are arranged in the least organized manner is
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) frozen

When a substance cools, what type of energy is lost to its environment?
a) temperature
b) thermal
c) nuclear
d) electromagnetic

Sublimation is the change of a solid directly into a
a) liquid
b) gas
c) crystal
d) container

A liquid's resistance to flowing is called its
a) thickness
b) pressure
c) surface tension
d) viscosity

When a liquid changes to a gas below the surface as well as at the surface, we call it
a) boiling
b) evaporation
c) sublimation
d) melting

Particles in a liquid move around just as freely as particles in a solid.
a) True
b) False. Change just as freely as to more than
c) False. Change just as freely as to less than
d) False. Change just as freely as to similar to

In crystalline solids, particles are not arranged in a regular pattern.
a) True
b) False. Change crystalline to free-form
c) False. Change crystalline to amorphous
d) False. Change crystalline to frozen

At its boiling temperature, the particles of a liquid are moving so slowly that they begin to form regular patterns.
a) True.
b) False. Change boiling to vaporization
c) False. Change boiling to subliming
d) False. Change boiling to freezing

Pieces of dry ice, also known as solid carbon dioxide, become smaller through the process of condensation.
a) True
b) False. Change condensation to sublimation.
c) False. Change condensation to vaporization.
d) False. Change condensation to evaporation.

Water vapor is a colorless gas that is impossible to see.
a) True
b) False. Change impossible to possible.
c) False. Change colorless to foggy
d) False. Change gas to liquid

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