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A cold glass of water collects water droplets on the outside on a hot summer day. This is an example of what phase change?
a) vaporization
b) melting
c) condensation
d) sweating

A candle drips wax on a table. This is an example of what phase change?
a) freezing
b) melting
c) condensation
d) sublimation

Dry ice gives off carbon dioxide gas. This is an example of what phase change?
a) melting
b) freezing
c) condensation
d) sublimation

Which phase changes require anincrease in energy?
a) melting and freezing
b) condensation and vaporization
c) melting and vaporization
d) freezing and condensation

Which phase changes require an overall energy loss?
a) melting and freezing
b) condensation and vaporization
c) melting and vaporization
d) freezing and condensation

Water is heated on a stove until steam is given off. What phase change is this?
a) melting
b) freezing
c) condensation
d) vaporization

The melting point of a substance is the same temperature as its _________ point.
a) freezing
b) boiling
c) condensation
d) vaporization

The condensation point of a substance is the same temperature as its ________ point.
a) freezing
b) melting
c) vaporization
d) dew

Adding energy to a substance makes it particles move ______________.
a) faster
b) slower
c) the same
d) none of the above

On a cold day, a person can see their breath. This is an example of what phase change?
a) freezing
b) melting
c) vaporization
d) condensation

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