States of Matter Summative
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by Stephanie Ayzner
| 20 Questions
1
10 pts
Matter is...
anything that has mass and carries an electric charge
anything that takes up space and has mass
anything that is a liquid or solid
anything that you can weigh on a scale
2
10 pts
What are the four states of matter?
3
10 pts
Draw the particles as they would appear in each state of matter.
4
10 pts
Below is a heating curve for a substance over time. Draw a line to connect the 3 states of matter to the diagram where where they would exist.
5
10 pts
On the heating curve above what is happening at number 4?
The substance is getting hotter
The substance is getting colder
The substance is melting
The substance is vaporizing
6
10 pts
On the heating curve above what is happening at number 3?
The substance is in the liquid phase
The substance is condensing
The substance is in the gaseous phase
The substance is freezing
7
10 pts
Draw the lines and label sublimation and plasma.
8
11 pts
Type the name (or number) for each change of state.
9
10 pts
Substances are usually the most dense when they are in the solid state.
True
False
10
10 pts
Which substance is this fact not true for?
Gold
Carbon Dioxide
Nitrogen
Water
11
10 pts
What molecule is the picture above an example of?
Gold
Carbon Dioxide
Nitrogen
Water
12
10 pts
What phase change is shown in the picture above?
Vaporization
Condensation
Sublimation
Ionization
13
10 pts
What is shown in the image below?
Select all that apply.
Ionization
Deposition
Vaporization
Plamsa
14
10 pts
Substances will expand when they change from gas to a liquid.
True
False
15
10 pts
The freezing point and melting point of a substance are at the same temperature.
True
False
16
10 pts
Which of the following is NOT true? As thermal energy is added to a substance...
the particles move faster
the substance becomes less dense
the temperature decreases
the particles get farther apart
17
10 pts
What happens to the temperature of a substance when it is changing state?
The temperature stays constant
The temperature decreases
The temperature increases
18
10 pts
Which 2 states of matter have a definite volume?
Solid and gas
Solid and liquid
Liquid and gas
Gas and plasma
Cats
19
10 pts
How are liquids and gases similar?
Both have a definite volume
Neither has a definite volume
Both have a definite shape
Neither has a definite shape
20
10 pts
If a substance has a melting point of 15 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 25 degrees Celsius, what state of matter will it be in at room temperature (21 degrees C)?
Solid
Liquid
Gas
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