Measurement
Density
Matter
Chemistry
Energy

100

What unit is used to measure mass?

Grams

100

What is the formula for density?

m/v

100

Do solids have a definite shape...do they have a definite volume?

yes and yes

100

What are the vertical columns on the periodic table called?


groUPs

100

What are the properties of a good absorber of energy?

Dark

Rough 

Dull

200

What tool do you use to measure volume of a liquid ?

 

Graduated Cylinder

 

200

What is the density of the object below?


40 g/cm3

200

Do liquids have a definite shape...do they have a definite volume?

no definite shape, but they do have a definite volume


200

What is a compound? 

2 or more elements chemically combined

200

What is the name for stored energy?

Potential

300

What is the mass of this object?


142.0 g

300

Which object is least dense?


A

300

What change of state happens during evaporation? 

liquid -> gas

300

How is a periodic table organized?


By increasing atomic number

300

Where is does the rollercoaster have the most kinetic energy? 


# 3 

400

What is the volume of the object below?


6 mL

400

If I cut a piece of gold in half, what will happen to its density?

It will remain the same - size doesn't affect density


400

What is the most common solvent?  Most substances dissolve in this! Is dissolving a chemical or physical change?

Water

Dissolving = physical change

400

Label the following as either an element or compound?

a - H2O

b- Cl 

c- O

d- NaCl

a - compound

b- element

c- element

d - compound

400

What does the real fish look bent to the observer?


Refraction

500

What type of relationship is shown by the graph below?


cyclic

500

Under the same conditions, what do each of the gold objects below have in common?


Same Density

500

Is rusting a chemical or physical change?

chemical

500

Is a phase change a chemical or physical change?

Physical

500

Name the types of energy on the electromagnetic spectrum from shortest to longest wavelength? 


Gamma -> X-rays -> UV -> Visible -> Infrared        ->Microwaves -> Radio Waves