States of Matter Lesson 2

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5 questions
• Q1
At higher temperatures,
a gas contracts
particles in an object move faster.
particles in an object have less energy.
gas particles bump into walls less often
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• Q2
Balloons can be twisted into shapes because
volume is measured in two dimensions.
the force exerted changes the number of particles.
the volume of a gas is constant.
particles of gas can be compressed.
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• Q3
How does a basketball under high pressure compare to a basketball under low pressure?
There are more particles of gas.
The particles of gas collide only with each other.
The force exerted on the inside of the ball is lower.
The particles of gas are farther apart.
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• Q4
Boyle’s law states that for a fixed amount of gas
at a constant temperature, the volume of the gas is inversely related to pressure.
at a constant pressure, the volume of the gas is directly related to temperature.
at a constant pressure, the volume of the gas is inversely related to temperature.
at a constant temperature, the volume of the gas is directly related to pressure.
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• Q5
According to Charles’s law,
decreasing the temperature of a gas causes the pressure on the molecules to decrease.
increasing the temperature of a gas causes the pressure on the molecules to increase.
decreasing the temperature of a gas causes the volume of a gas to increase.
increasing the temperature of a gas causes the volume of a gas to increase.
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