# Science - Matter Test

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 1 Anything that has mass and takes up space
 A. Mass
 B. Volume
 C. Matter
 D. Density
 2 The amount of matter in an object
 A. Mass
 B. Volume
 C. Matter
 D. Density
 3 The amount of space an object takles up
 A. Mass
 B. Volume
 C. Matter
 D. Density
 4 The mass per volume of a substance
 A. Mass
 B. Volume
 C. Matter
 D. Density
 5 What do you use to measure Mass?
 A. Ruler
 C. Scale
 D. Tripple Beam Balance
 6 The base unit used to measure Mass is ...
 A. Gram
 B. Liter
 C. Meter
 D. Centimeter
 7 What is the equation used to measure the Volume of Regular Objects?
 A. Weight x Length x Width
 B. Base x Height x Length
 C. Lenght x Width x Height
 D. Mass x Weight x Length
 8 The base unit used to measure the Volume of Regular Objects is ...
 A. Cubic Centimeters (c3)
 B. Cubic Litres (L3)
 C. Cubic Grams (g3)
 D. Cubic Meters (m3)
 9 What do you use to measure the Volume of Irregular Objects?
 A. Ruler
 B. Scale
 D. Tripple Beam Balance
 10 Explain how you would measure the Volume of an Irregular Object.
 11 What is the base unit used to measure Irregular Objects?
 A. Grams
 B. Meters
 C. Litres
 D. Mililitres
 12 What is the unit of measurement used on a Graduatred Cylinder?
 A. Grams
 B. Meters
 C. Litres
 D. Mililitres
 13 The particles found in Solids are close together.
 A. True
 B. False
 14 The particles found in Gases are close together.
 A. True
 B. False
 15 The particles found in Liquids are closer together than those found in Gases.
 A. True
 B. False
 16 Solids have the least amount of particles per volume.
 A. True
 B. False
 17 Gases have the least amount of particles per volume.
 A. True
 B. False
 18 What is the Density of H2O?
 A. 1.0 ml/g
 B. 1.0 g/cm
 C. 1.0 g/ml
 D. 1.0 cm/g
 19 What is the smallest part of Matter (AKA "building block of Matter)?
 A. Proton
 B. Neutron
 C. Atom
 D. Electron
 20 This is the center of every Atom.
 A. Proton
 B. Nucleus
 C. Neutron
 D. Electron
 21 This is the Positive Charge Particle in an Atom.
 A. Proton
 B. Nucleus
 C. Neutron
 D. Electron
 22 This is the Neutral/No-Charge Charge Particle in an Atom.
 A. Proton
 B. Nucleus
 C. Neutron
 D. Electron
 23 This is the Neative Charge Particle in an Atom.
 A. Proton
 B. Nucleus
 C. Neutron
 D. Electron
 24 Matter made of only 1 type of Atom
 A. Compound
 B. Element
 C. Molecule
 D. Substance
 25 This is the organized chart of Elements.
 A. Periodic Table of Elements
 B. Periodic Chart of Elements
 C. Periodic Graph of Elements
 D. Periodic Chapter of Elements
 26 On a Periodic Table of Elements, what happens as you move across (left to right) each row?
 A. The Atomic # increases
 B. The Atomic # decreases
 C. The Nucleaic # increases
 D. The Nucleaic # decreases
 27 In a Periodic Table of Elements, the Elements in each column have ...
 A. Similar weight and mass
 B. Similar properties and characteristics
 C. Similar volume and density
 D. Similar mass and density
 28 The number of Protons in and Atom ...
 A. Atomic Protons
 B. Atomic Number
 C. Atomic Mass
 D. Atomic Neutrons
 29 The number of Protons and Neutrons in a Nucleus ...
 A. Atomic Protons
 B. Atomic Number
 C. Atomic Mass
 D. Atomic Neutrons
 30 Two or more atoms joined toether to make a new substance ...
 A. Substance
 B. Molecule
 C. Element
 D. Compound
 31 The smallest part of a compound ...
 A. Sunstance
 B. Molecule
 C. Element
 D. Compound
 32 What is the Element represented by the symbol H?
 33 What is the Element represented by the symbol He?
 34 What is the Element represented by the symbol C?
 35 What is the Element represented by the symbol O?
 36 What is the Element represented by the symbol N?
 37 What is the Element represented by the symbol Na?
 38 What is the Element represented by the symbol Cl?
 39 What is the Element represented by the symbol Fe?
 40 What is the Element represented by the symbol F?
 41 What is the Element represented by the symbol Ca?
 42 What is the Element represented by the symbol Al?
 43 What is the Molecular Symbol for the compound Water?
 44 What is the Molecular Symbol for the compound Carbon Dioxide?
 45 What is the Molecular Symbol for the compound Sodium Chloride (Salt)?
 46 What is the Molecular Symbol for the compound Glucose?
 47 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Helium?
 48 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Carbon?
 49 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Sodium?
 50 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Nitrogen?
 51 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Oxygen?
 52 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Chlorine?
 53 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Iron?
 54 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Chlorine?
 55 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Fluorine?
 56 What is the Atomic # and Atomic Mass for Aluminum?
 57 The combination of 2 or more substances ...
 A. Solution
 B. Mixture
 C. Compund
 D. Molecule
 58 A mixture in which all the particles are mixed evenly ...
 A. Solution
 B. Mixture
 C. Compund
 D. Molecule
 59 To physically change the appearance of something ...
 A. Physical Change
 B. Appearance Change
 C. Chemical Change
 D. Conservation of Matter
 60 The change in a substance that makes it somethin new ...
 A. Physical Change
 B. Appearance Change
 C. Chemical Change
 D. Conservation of Matter
 61 During a chemical reaction, matter is neither gained or lost. It chanes form ...
 A. Physical Change
 B. Appearance Change
 C. Chemical Change
 D. Conservation of Matter
 62 How do Rows and Columns work on a Periodic Table?
 63 What is the difference between Physical and Chemical Chanes?
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