Liquid Quizzes & Trivia

Tea, tears, and tequila; seawater, syrup, soda, and saliva. All the liquids we encounter every day are unique, but they also share some fundamental properties. Liquids behave differently from solids, and they can be defined in terms of their physics and their chemistry.

Can you explain what causes liquids to freeze into solids or boil into gases? What metals are liquid at room temperature? What’s special about homogenous liquids compared to suspensions or colloids? Is molasses a liquid? What about mayonnaise? If you’re a pro at verifying volume, sampling surface tension, and determining density – or if you just want to know more about one of the three main phases of matter – take our liquids quiz to test your knowledge or to find out more!
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Of the three states of matter in the world, liquid is the hardest to handle, as it requires something to hold it. For this reason, different containers have been manufactured to help with this. Liquid...

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    a vessel specially built to carry different liquid noxious substances, etc. is called

Melting and Freezing point is one of many scientific terms used to understand the melting and freezing of the objects especially liquids. The melting and freezing points are measured by using fire and ice respectively. To know...

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    Water is very dynamic.

Liquid penentrant theory and applications

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    Which of the following physical properties, more than any other, determines what makesa material a good penetrant?

Decide whether each material is a solid, liquid or a gas.

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         Golden syrup


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    1.  You are caring for a patient with a diagnosis of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion. Your patient has specific gravities ordered every 4 hours. What does this test detect?

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Liquid Questions & Answers

What is the difference between the liquid state and the gaseous state?
The liquid is made up of very small particles that are slightly packed together, while gas is made up of tinier particles that are free to move as far as they can independently. The liquid state is denser than the gaseous state. The molecular forces
What would you expect the patient to demonstrate based upon this fluid shift? You are working on a burn unit. One of your patients is exhibiting signs and symptoms of third spacing, which occurs...
The correct answer is option D A patient experiencing fluid shift to third is most likely going to demonstrate signs of hypovolemia. Third spacing commonly occurs when fluid leaves the intravascular compartment and stays in the interstitial space (t
What does the ABG reflect? A patient in the ICU starts complaining of being “short of breath.” An arterial blood gas (ABG) is drawn. The ABG has the following values: pH = 7.21, PaCO2 = 64 mm...
A is the answer to this question. This is a condition that occurs when the lungs are unable to remove the carbon dioxide that is produced by the body. It is a known fact that carbon dioxide is produced by humans so that plants can provide oxygen. Th
What may fluorescent background indicate when viewing parts?
A fluorescent dye is used for aiding inspection of parts. It helps reveal faults. The liquid penetrant is left on the surface for a sufficient time to allow the liquid to seep into any surface openings or defects. It is important to use this to detec