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# Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Properties of Matter Questions

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Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which one of the following substances will float in water? The density of water is $1.0 g//cm^3$
1. $"density of gold" = 19.3 g//cm^3$
2. $"density of milk" = 1.03 g//cm^3$
3. $"density of ice" = 0.92 g//cm^3$
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following best defines density?
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following is not a physical property?
1. Density
2. Reactivity
3. Conductivity
4. Malleability
5. Luster
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following is a physical property of matter?
1. reactivity
2. rusting
3. density
4. behavior
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
What is the density of water?
1. 2 g/mL
2. 1 g/mL
3. 0.5 g/mL
4. 0.9 g/mL
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following objects would float, when placed in water?
1. gold: density=19.3 g/mL
2. apple: density=0.7 g/mL
3. rubber: density=1.2 g/mL
4. iron: density=7.8 g/mL
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Of the following, which has a definite volume?
1. Solid carbon
2. Liquid nitrogen
3. Chlorine gas
4. Solid carbon and Liquid nitrogen
5. Liquid nitrogen and Chlorine gas
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Arctic animals often expand their hunting territory during the winter when the ice cap expands to cover more of the ocean surface. What property of water contributes most to their ability to do so?
1. demonstrates cohesive and adhesive properties
2. moderates temperature changes
3. is highly reflective
4. is considered a universal solvent
5. decreased density in a solid state
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following is a chemical property of matter
1. size
2. weight
3. state (solid, liquid, gas)
4. How it reacts with other elements
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
1. melting butter
2. burning fuel
3. mixing milk and chocolate syrup
4. breaking glass
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Adhesion and cohesion are important in explaining what characteristics of water?
1. floating ice
2. temperature regulation
3. surface tension and capillary action
4. solubility
5. conductivity
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Define mass.
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Define volume.
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Define density
1. the number of atoms in matter
2. the space taken up by matter
3. the number of atoms in a defined space
4. the effect of gravity on mass
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