Chemistry Test 1(Part 3)

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The temperature when solid turns to liquid is the _______point
__________ is the resistance of a liquid to flow
_______ is an common example of a liquid with high viscosity
Ripping a paper into different pieces is a _________ change. (Physical, Chemical)
Scientists classify states of matter based on: particle arrangement, _____________of the particles, and distance between the particles.
_______ is an common example of a liquid with low viscosity
As temperature goes up the _________ of the gas goes up as well
_________ is an ionized/ electrically charged gas
What type of change has energy that is taken in, and gets colder
As volume goes down the _________ of the gas goes up
The temperature when liquid turns to solid is the________ point
When water becomes vapor its molcules move ___________ (closer, farther apart)
Molecules are moving the fastest in what main state of matter? (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
_________ makes up most of the matter in the universe
As _____________ goes up the volume of the gas goes up as well
Amorphous solids have disorganzied particles and __________ melting point
Thermal Energy always flows from _________ matter to cooler matter
In degrees fahrenheit, what is the melting point of water?
What phase change is a gas becoming a plasma?
Particles of a ________ are very far apart and move freely around each other
What phase change is a liquid becoming a solid?
Molecules are usually organized neatly in what state of matter? (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
What phase change is a gas becoming a liquid?
___________is the measure of the average energy of random motion of particles of matter
Particles in a cold gas are moving ___________ than particles of a warm liquid. (Of the same substance)
The particles of a __________are farther apart than the particles of a liquid
Crystalline solids have ____________ particles and specific melting point
What phase change is a plasma becoming a gas?
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In degrees celsius, what is the boiling point of water?
____________ is the total energy of all the particles in an object
What phase change is a solid becoming a liquid?
Particles of a ________ are tightly packed, vibrating about a fixed position.
When water gets heated from 20 Fahrenheit to 120 Fahrenheit, what phase change happens
Molecules are close together and moving over one another in what state of matter? (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
Water changing to ice is a _________ change. (Physical, Chemical)
When water gets heated from 20 Celsius to 120 Celsius, what phase change happens
The temperature when liquid turns to gas is the ________ point
What type of change has energy that is released, and gets hotter
As volume goes _______ the pressure of the gas goes up
As temperature goes up the volume of the gas goes ___
A candle burning is a _________ change. (Physical, Chemical)
In Degrees Kelvin what is the melting point of water
Plasma is an ionized/ electrically charged ________
In Degrees Kelvin what is the boiling point of water?
What phase change is a solid becoming a gas?
When vapor becomes water its molcules move ___________ (closer, farther apart)
Particles of a ________ are tightly packed, but are able to slide over one another.
Scientists classify states of matter based on: particle arrangement, energy of the particles, and ________________between the particles.
As __________ goes down the pressure of the gas goes up
Molecules are the farthest apart in what main state of matter? (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
A candle melting is a _________ change. (Physical, Chemical)
In degrees fahrenheit, what is the boiling point of water?
What phase change is a liquid becoming a gas?
Molecules are moving the slowest in what main state of matter? (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
In degrees celsius, what is the melting point of water?

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