# 17.0 Classification Of Matter 5

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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

• B.

• 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

• C.

• 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?