States of matter

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12 questions
• Q1
The circles in the diagrams represent molecules of hydrogen. Which box represents hydrogen gas.
C
A
B
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• Q2
Change of state 1 is called
melting
condensing
boiling
freezing
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• Q3
Change of state 2 is called
condensing
freezing
boiling
melting
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• Q4
Change of state 3 is called
evaporation
melting
condensation
boiling
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• Q5
Change of state 4 is called
freezing
evaporation
melting
condensation
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• Q6
Sublimation is the change of state from
solid to gas
gas to liquid
liquid to gas
solid to liquid
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• Q7
Which statement best describes the movement of the particles in a gas?
The particles slide past one another.
The particles vibrate about fixed positions.
The particles do not move at all.
The particles move freely.
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• Q8
Some solid substances turn straight from solid to gas, when they are heated. Which is the best explanation for this?
On heating, the particles move around very easily.
The forces between the particles in the solid are weak.
The forces between particles are the same in the gas and the solid.
The particles gain enough energy to overcome all the forces between them.
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• Q9
A crystal of purple potassium manganate(VII) is dropped into water. Which one of these diagrams shows the particles after diffusion?
D
B
C
A
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• Q10
Choose the best answer. Diffusion is ...
the way particles in a gas spread out further when they are heated.
a method of stirring, to dissolve a solute in a solvent.
the way particles spread as a result of random collisions.
the way particles escape from a liquid when they gain enough energy.
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• Q11
A liquid was cooled to below its freezing point. Which of these represents its cooling curve?
C
D
A
B
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• Q12
Gas jar X contains a dense brown gas. lt is placed over Y, which contains air. Which one of these will not occur?
The gases will mix even if X is placed below Y.
All the brown gas will sink to the lower gas jar.
The colour will spread evenly through both gas jars.
The gases will mix faster at a higher temperature.
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