# States Of Matter Review Quiz

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 56

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This review quiz covers all material related to states of matter.

Questions and Answers
• 1.
Check any of the following that are part of the Kinetic Theory:
• A.

All particles are in constant, random motion

• B.

There are 4 states of matter including solids, liquids, gases and plasma.

• C.

Particles are constantly colliding with each other due to their constant motion.

• D.

All matter is made of small particles like atoms and molecules.

• 2.
Check any of the following that help decide whether a substance is a solid, liquid or gas:
• A.

How spaced out its particles are

• B.

How much energy its particles have

• C.

The volume of its particles

• D.

The mass of its particles

• E.

The arrangement of its particles

• 3.
Matter in the __________ state has a definite shape and a definite volume, and although its particles are moving a little bit they are mostly just vibrating in place.
• 4.
Matter in the ________________ state has a definite volume but will take the shape of its container.  Its particles are moving a medium amount and can slip and slide past each other.
• 5.
Matter in the ______________ state has no definite shape and no definite volume - they will fill whatever container they are placed in, as their particles have tons of energy and are bouncing around like crazy.
• 6.
Particles of matter become less ______________ as they are heated up.
• 7.
The property of matter that explains why the liquid rises in a thermometer as the temperature goes up is:
• A.

Thermal expansion

• B.

Specific Heat

• C.

Expansion joints

• D.

Kinetic Theory

• 8.
When matter changes from solid to liquid this is called:
• A.

Melting

• B.

Freezing

• C.

Sublimation

• D.

Condensation

• 9.
When a substance changes from liquid to gas this is called:
• A.

Melting

• B.

Sublimation

• C.

Condensation

• D.

Vaporization

• 10.
When a substance changes from gas to liquid this is called:
• A.

Freezing

• B.

Condensation

• C.

Vaporization

• D.

Melting

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