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States of Matter (Grade 7)

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States of Matter

1. 
Which change in state is shown below?
Particle State - Solid[math]rarr[/math]Particle State - Liquid
  1. melting
  2. freezing
  3. evaporation
  4. condensation
2. 
Which state of matter is made up of particles with the greatest amount of kinetic energy?
  1. gas
  2. solid
  3. liquid
  4. plasma
3. 
Which change in state is shown below?
Particle State - Liquid[math]rarr[/math]Particle State - Gas
  1. melting
  2. freezing
  3. evaporation
  4. condensation
4. 
What is the freezing point of water?
  1. 0 degrees C (32 degrees F)
  2. 10 degrees C (34 degrees F)
  3. 15 degrees C (34 degrees F)
  4. 120 degrees C (205 degrees F)
5. 
Which statement best describes a solid?
  1. its particles vibrate in place
  2. its particles do not move at all
  3. its particles can flow past each other
  4. its particles are very far apart
6. 
Which of the following best describes the particles in matter?
  1. They are larger in solids than in liquids or gases
  2. They are larger in gases than in solids or liquids
  3. They do not move in solids
  4. They are always moving
7. 
Which states of matter have no fixed shape and no fixed volume?
  1. gas and liquid
  2. liquid and solid
  3. plasma and gas
  4. solid and plasma
8. 
Which scenario could explain the change in state shown below?
Particle State - Gas[math]rarr[/math]Particle State - Liquid
  1. a pot of water comes to a boil
  2. a snowman melts on a sunny day
  3. a tray of water freezes into ice cubes
  4. water droplets form on grass on a cool morning
9. 
Which description best describes a liquid?
  1. it has a definite shape and volume
  2. it has a definite volume but not a definite shape
  3. it expands to fill the shape and volume of its container
  4. it cannot flow
10. 
Which letter on the diagram best represents when melting occurs?
Heating Curve
  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. E

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