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Phases of Matter (Grade 5)

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Phases of Matter

1. 
A substance which takes the shape of its container and has a definite volume is a
  1. solid.
  2. liquid.
  3. gas.
  4. crystal.
2. 
Which state of matter is easily compressed and easily changes shape to fill its container?
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. plasma
3. 
The particles of                 shake violently at very high temperatures.
  1. solids
  2. liquids
  3. gases
  4. plasma
4. 
A substance that has a definite size and shape is a
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. plasma
5. 
Which property of liquid allows it to be pushed through the pump of a soap dispenser?
  1. It has no shape.
  2. It has no volume.
  3. It can change its shape.
  4. It can change its volume.
6. 
When a liquid changes to a gas it is called
  1. condensation
  2. melting point
  3. evaporation
  4. boiling point
7. 
When you leave a glass of water standing on the counter, water forms on the outside of the glass. This is an example of                .
  1. condensation
  2. a solid
  3. evaporation
  4. a liquid
8. 
Sublimation is when a                 changes directly to a                .
  1. solid, liquid
  2. gas, liquid
  3. plasma, gas
  4. solid, gas
9. 
How can a liquid become a solid?
  1. By something removing heat from it and slowing down the particles.
  2. By something removing heat from it and speeding up the particles.
  3. By something adding heat to it and slowing down the particles.
  4. By something adding heat to it and speeding up the particles.
10. 
Water molecules remain in somewhat definite positions with relatively little motion and vibrate back and forth to a limited extent would be characteristic of                .
  1. water
  2. steam
  3. ice
  4. plasma
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