Eighth Grade Science S8P1.b LP1.1
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by julius smith
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S8P1.b LP1.1
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Catie set a glass of hot water and a glass of cold water on the kitchen table and let them sit for one hour. How will the particle motion within the glasses change?
A. The particles in both glasses will speed up.
B. The particles in both glasses will slow down.
C. The particles in the hot water will slow down, while the particles in the cold water will speed up.
D. The particles in the hot water will speed up, while the particles in the cold water will slow down.
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Elizabeth has two separate samples of the same substance. One sample is in the liquid state, and the other is in the solid state. The two samples most likely differ in which property?
A. the chemical bonds between atoms within the substances
B. the types of atoms that are found within the substances
C. the motion of the atoms within the substances
D. the size of the atoms within the substances
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Which of the following describes the difference between the motion of liquid water and water vapor?
A. The particles in the liquid do not move, but the particles in a gas can move back and forth.
B. The motion of the particles is the same in both states, but they move slower in the gas state.
C. The particles in a gas can slide past each other, while the particles in a liquid are locked in place.
D. The particles in a liquid can slide past each other, while the particles in a gas are free to move in all directions
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How do particles of a gas differ from particles of a liquid when in the same container?
A. Gas particles are larger.
B. Gas particles are smaller.
C. Gas particles are closer together.
D. Gas particles are more spread out.
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What determines the speed at which a particle of matter moves?
A. whether it is in a compound or a mixture
B. what its chemical properties are
C. how much energy it has
D. what its volume is
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