States of Matter
Melting & Boiling Points
Solubility
Density
RANDOM
100
Which state of matter has a definite volume and a definite shape?
What is SOLID?
100
What is the Physical Property that shows the temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid?
What is Melting Point?
100
What are characteristics that can be observed without changing a substances identity?
What are Physical Properties?
100
This physical property is the measure of how much matter is packed into a given volume.
What is DENSITY?
100
Name the two teams that will be playing in the Super Bowl.
Who are: Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots
200
Which state of matter does not have a definite shape, but it does have a definite volume?
What is LIQUID?
200
What is the Physical Property that shows the temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a gas?
What is Boiling Point?
200
What is a physical property that measures how much of a substance dissolves in a given volume of liquid?
What is Solubility?
200
Of the 3 major states of matter, which state is the most dense?
What is SOLID?
200
According to the announcements, how much does a school yearbook cost?
What is $35.
300
Describe the motion of the particles in gas.
What is Moving very rapidly and bouncing off one another?
300
What are two processes by which a liquid becomes a gas?
What is Evaporation and Boiling?
300
George stirred a spoonful of sugar into his tea. After a few seconds the sugar could no longer be seen. Describe what happened.
What is The tea dissolved the sugar.
300
To calculate density, will you add, subtract, multiply, or divide?
What is DIVIDE?
300
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400
This state of matter exists in the stars and lightning.
What is PLASMA
400
What is the process where a solid changes directly to a gas?
What is Sublimation?
400
What two factors affect solubility?
What is Temperature & Pressure (& Solvent)
400
Order the following liquids from most dense to least dense: water, honey, lamp oil, dish soap, rubbing alcohol.
What is: honey dish soap water rubbing alcohol lamp oil
400
What is the name of the author who will be visiting CCJH next week?
Who is Marissa Meyer?
500
Which scientist predicted the state of matter that is "super solid" in the 1920s?
Who is Albert Einstein?
500
Zinc has a melting point of 419 °C and a boiling point of 907 °C. At what temperature will zinc be a liquid? 100 °C 300 °C 400 °C 500 °C
What is 500 °C?
500
Solubility is expressed in grams of solute per how many grams of solvent?
What is 100 grams?
500
Aluminum has the density of 2.7 g/cm3. If the volume is 5cm3, what is the mass?
What is 13.5 grams. (multiply 2.7*5)
500
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