Thermochemistry 2 Question Preview (ID: 458)

Glencoe Chapter 16. Answers? Play games to get them!

Place on phase diagram in which all phases can coexisist
a) enthalpy point
b) set point
c) triple point
d) fusion point

When frost forms on a windshield on a cold morning, water has gone from a ____ to a ____ state.
a) gas, liquid
b) gas, solid
c) liquid, solid
d) solid, liquid

In the fusion of a liquid, water goes from a solid to a liquid. Energy is _____ and the process is ____.
a) absorbed, endothermic
b) released, endothermic
c) absorbed, exothermic
d) released, endothermic

In vaporization, water changes from a liquid to a gas. Energy is _____ and the change is ____.
a) released, endothermic
b) released, exothermic
c) absorbed, endothermic
d) absorbed, exothermic

Which is the correct conversion factor?
a) 1 calorie = 4.184 joules
b) 1 joule = 4.184 calories
c) 1 Calorie = 4.184 joules
d) 1 joule = 1.484 calories

Which is the correct conversion factor?
a) 1 Calorie = 1kilocalorie
b) 1 calorie = 1000 Calories
c) 1000 kilojoule = 1 joule
d) 1 kilojoule = 1 kiloCalorie

The phase change from a liquid to a gas is called ____________ and is ________.
a) fusion, endothermic
b) fusion, exothermic
c) vaporization, exothermic
d) vaporization, endothermic

The phase change from a gas to a liquid is named ____________ and is ____________.
a) sublimation, endothermic
b) condensation, exothermic
c) condensation, endothermic
d) sublimation, exothermic

The phase change from ____ to ____ is called deposition and is _____.
a) gas, solid, exothermic
b) solid, gas, endothermic
c) gas, solid, endothermic
d) solid, gas, exothermic

The phase change from _____ to a ____ is called freezing and is __________.
a) liquid, solid, exothermic
b) solid, liquid, exothermic
c) liquid, solid, endothermic
d) solid, liquid, endothermic

Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 458 in the upper right hand corner or click here.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS