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Which is the smallest part of matter?
a) atom
b) molucule
c) compound
d) Mixture

When two or more atoms are bonded together we call this a?
a) Molecule
b) Atom
c) Ion
d) Compound Mixture

The Atomic Model has changed many times over the years because?
a) Scientists are constantly learning new things about atoms.
b) Change is good.
c) Change should happen every ten years.
d) Nothing ever changes in science.

What can not be seen by using scientists most powerful microscope?
a) Parts of the atom.
b) Cells from small jellyfish.
c) A single bacteria
d) A single cell animal.

The Model of the atom has changed a lot since Democritus model because?
a) We have learned new information about the structure and properties of atoms.
b) Companies want to sell new models to schools to make money.
c) Models made hundreds of years ago break to easily.
d) Scientist like to make new guesses.

Molecules are made up of particles that can not be broken down into smaller parts, we call these particles?
a) Atoms
b) Solids
c) Molecule parts.
d) Microparts

Atoms and Molecules that are found so close together they cannot move around each other are?
a) Solids
b) Liquids
c) Gasses
d) Plasma

Which of the following ways are Gasses and Liquids alike?
a) They both have particles that can move around other particles.
b) The both have particles that can not move.
c) They both have a definate shape.
d) Thier mass changes with changes of temperature.

The atom is made up of the following parts.
a) Electrons, Neutrons, and Protons.
b) Protons, Positrons, and Negitrons.
c) Electrons, Positrons and Microtrons
d) Megatrons, Millitrons and Kilotrons.

Which of the following states of matter move very fast and stay as far apart from other particles as they can?
a) Gas
b) Liquid
c) Solid
d) Ice

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