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Grade 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium
In which substance are the particles moving the fastest?
  1. ice cube
  2. apple juice
  3. ocean water
  4. hot chocolate
Grade 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Which statement about the molecules in ice and the molecules in liquid water is correct?
  1. The molecules in ice contain different atoms than the molecules in liquid water.
  2. The molecules in ice have more energy than the molecules in liquid water
  3. The molecules in ice have more electric charge than the molecules in liquid water
  4. The molecules in ice are less free to move than the molecules in liquid water.
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 4 Kinetics and Equilibrium
What happens to the particles in water when the water is heated?
  1. The particles move faster and closer.
  2. The particles move slower and closer.
  3. The particles move faster and farther apart.
  4. The particles move slower and farther apart.
Grade 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
The measure of the AVERAGE energy of motion of particles in matter is known as
  1. thermal energy.
  2. electromagnetic energy.
  3. temperature.
  4. electrical energy.
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Which of the following scientific concepts do the diagrams best illustrate?
Particle State - GasParticle State - LiquidParticle State - Solid
  1. Big Bang Theory
  2. Kinetic Theory of Matter
  3. Newton's Laws of Motion
  4. Law of Universal Gravitation
Grade 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 10 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 2 Kinetics and Equilibrium
How can you change a liquid to a solid?
  1. Leave it in the Sun.
  2. Put it in the freezer.
  3. Boil the liquid.
Grade 9 Kinetics and Equilibrium
According to Charles' Law, when the temperature of a gas increases, the
  1. pressure of the gas decreases.
  2. density of the gas increases.
  3. volume of the gas increases.
  4. volume of the gas decreases.
  5. density of the gas decreases.
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Boyle's law states that as the pressure of a gas increases, its                      .
  1. volume increases
  2. temperature increases
  3. volume decreases
  4. temperature decreases
Grade 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium
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