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The reverse of condensation is
Boyle's Law explains the relationship between volume and pressure for a fixed amount of
any type of matter
According to Charles's Law,
crushing a closed container of gas will increase the pressure
filling a balloon with helium will cause it to rise
heating a balloon will cause it to expand
pumping more air into a basketball will increase the pressure
Which of these factors could affect the temperature at which water boils?
the volume of water in the pot
the atmospheric pressure at which the water is heated
the amount of energy added to the water
How do the particles of water that evaporate from an open container differ from the particles that remain?
The evaporated particles only have more speed.
The evaporated particles have greater order.
The evaporated particles only have higher energy.
The evaporated particles will have more speed and higher energy.
Which of the following occurs when liquid becomes a gas?
The particles break away from one another.
The particles move closer together.
The particles slow down.
The particles give off energy.
The melting point of salt is the same as its
A liter of water will boil at
a higher temperature than a milliliter of water
a lower temperature than a milliter of water
the same temperature of a milliliter of water
If you open a bottle of perfume, after a period of time, the people on the opposite side of the room will be able to smell it due to the process of
no definite volume
a definite volume
This can only be measured in three dimensions.
can be determined by measuring the speed of molecules
is a property of liquids affected by the strength of the attraction between the molecules
is a force that acts on the particles of water at the surface of a glass of water
The following state of matter can be either crystalline or amorphous
This is the state of matter in which atoms and molecules are close together but can slide past each other.
The following change is
Freezing and condensation are
Evaporation and melting are
Which form of matter has a definite shape and takes up space (has definite volume)?