Phases of Matter (Grade 10)
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Phases of Matter
The formation of frost is an example of
- melting point
When water freezes it forms a lattice pattern and
Water above the temperature at which molecules are able to break away from each other and form a gas would be known as .
The phase change represented by the equation I2 (s) ----> I2 (g) is called
Which form of matter has no definite shape and no definite volume?
In what temperature range does water exist as a liquid?
- 1-50 degrees Celsius
- 0-100 degrees Celsius
- 50-100 degrees Celsius
- 34-86 degrees Celsius
The state of matter that results from super-cooling and loss of energy is called the .
- Bose-Einstein condensate
A state of matter that has definite volume, but has no definite shape.
What are the 3 states of matter?
- solid, isotope, and ion
- gas, liquid, water
- solid, liquid, gas
- solid, gas, and air
Gases can be compressed to any extent, whereas liquids and solids cannot be compressed.