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Matter

  1. 1. MATTER
  2. 2. Matter has ___________.A. no mass but occupies spaceB. mass but occupies no spaceC. mass and occupies spaceD. no mass and occupies no space
  3. 3. The gaseous form of water is called as _______.A. water gasB. water vapourC. fogD. snow
  4. 4. The state of matter with only one free surface is _______A. liquidB. gasC. solidD. plasma
  5. 5. In gases, particles vibrate _________A. about their mean positionB. about a vertical axisC. about a horizontal axisD. in any direction
  6. 6. A solid has _________.A. maximum intermolecular spaceB. definite mass but no definite volumeC. very high compressibilityD. maximum intermolecular force of attraction
  7. 7. Conversion of gas to liquid is called _________.A. condensationB. sublimationC. vapourisationD. solidification
  8. 8. The process by which wet clothes dry up is called _______A. evaporationB. boilingC. condensationD. solidification
  9. 9. Matter changes from one state to another with change in _________.A. densityB. temperatureC. volumeD. height
  10. 10. The process of a solid changing into liquid is called ___________A. liquefactionB. meltingC. freezingD. solidification
  11. 11. 1. When a solid changes to a liquid it is called what? Melting2. True or false? Liquids are easy to compress.3. When a gas changes into a liquid it is called what? Condensation4. True or false? The particles of a gas are packed tightly together.5. When solids reach their melting points they become what? Liquid6. When a gas reaches its condensation point it becomes a what? Liquid7. True or false? Solids do not take the shape of the container they are in.8. What is it called when a solid changes directly into a gas? Sublimination9. True or false? Gases are hard to compress.

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