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Phases of Matter (Grade 10)

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Phases of Matter

The formation of frost is an example of
  1. condensation.
  2. evaporation.
  3. deposition.
  4. melting point.
When water freezes, it forms a lattice pattern and                .
  1. expands
  2. sinks
  3. evaporates
  4. melts
Water above the temperature at which molecules are able to break away from each other and form a gas would be known as                .
  1. water
  2. ice
  3. steam
  4. plasma
The phase change represented by the equation [math]I_2 (s) rarr I_2 (g)[/math] is called
  1. sublimation.
  2. condensation.
  3. evaporation
  4. melting.
Which form of matter has no definite shape and no definite volume?
  1. solid
  2. matter
  3. liquid
  4. gas
In what temperature range does water exist as a liquid?
  1. 1-50 degrees Celsius
  2. 0-100 degrees Celsius
  3. 50-100 degrees Celsius
  4. 34-86 degrees Celsius
The state of matter that results from super-cooling and loss of energy is called the                         .
  1. solid
  2. plasma
  3. Bose-Einstein condensate
A state of matter that has a definite volume, but has an indefinite shape, is a
  1. liquid.
  2. solid.
  3. gas.
  4. plasma.
What are the 3 states of matter?
  1. solid, isotope, and ion
  2. gas, liquid, water
  3. solid, liquid, gas
  4. solid, gas, and air
Gases can be compressed to any extent, whereas liquids and solids cannot be compressed.
  1. True
  2. False
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