Matter

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22 questions
• Q1
When heat is added to or removed from a substance, it may change its state. What state will most likely result if heat is added to a liquid?
It will change into plasma.
It will change into a solid.
It will change into a gas.
It will change into a solid.
60s
• Q2
Substances have more energy of motion in the _______ state than in the _______ state.
solid; gas
gas; solid
solid; liquid
liquid; gas
60s
• Q3
Molecular motion is a measure of the movement of the molecules in a substance. Molecular motion is substantially different between the different states of matter. For example, the molecules in _______ move more than the molecules in _______.
soda, air
wood, air
air, wood
wood, soda
60s
• Q4
Measuring the average energy of motion of the particles in a substance is the same as measuring the substance's
heat capacity.
temperature.
mass.
pressure.
60s
• Q5
What is the main difference between the gas water vapor and the liquid water?
Liquid water is made out of different molecules than water vapor is.
The molecules of water vapor are much smaller than those of liquid water.
The molecules of water vapor pull on each other much more strongly than the molecules of liquid water do.
Liquid water has much less space in between its molecules than water vapor does.
60s
• Q6
Henrietta has a sample of a pure substance in a beaker. She heats the substance to a temperature of 100°C. What will determine if the substance is a solid, liquid, or gas at 100°C?
the height of the beaker containing it
the amount of it that is contained in the beaker
the width of the beaker containing it
the strength of the forces between its atoms
60s
• Q7
Which of the following increases the motion of atoms and molecules?
decreasing the temperature
increasing the temperature
removing a substance
60s
• Q8
Which ending completes the sentence below? Oxygen is a gas that has _______.
definite shape, but no definite volume
no definite shape or volume
definite shape and volume
no definite shape, but has definite volume
60s
• Q9
Hal is studying a substance that is made out of only one element. This means that
the substance is too small to be seen with the human eye.
the substance does not have any energy.
there are many different types of atoms in the substance.
all the atoms in the substance are similar to each other.
60s
• Q10
What is all matter made up of?
metal
atoms
cells
carbon
60s
• Q11
What is the most general name for any single type of matter that is made from a specific arrangement of atoms?
element
molecule
solid
substance
60s
• Q12
Which is a substance made up of only one kind of atom?
element
mixture
solution
compound
60s
• Q13
The smallest unit of a pure substances that still has the properties of that substance.
Matter
Liquid
Atom
Gas
60s
• Q14
A pure substance that is made up of only one kind of atom.
Particles
Volume
Gas
Element
60s
• Q15
A state of matter that has no definite shape or volume.
Atom
Liquid
Gas
Solid
60s

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