 Unit 3 Foundations of Matter Review
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• Question 1
30 seconds
Q.

How are the particles organized in a SOLID?

loose

tightly packed

free (no organization)

• Question 2
20 seconds
Q.

How are the particles organized in a LIQUID?

loose

tightly packed

free (no organization)

• Question 3
20 seconds
Q.

How are the particles organized in a GAS?

loose

tightly packed

free (no organization)

• Question 4
20 seconds
Q.

A SOLID'S volume is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 5
20 seconds
Q.

A SOLID'S shape is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 6
20 seconds
Q.

A LIQUID'S shape is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 7
20 seconds
Q.

A LIQUID'S volume is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 8
20 seconds
Q.

A GAS'S volume is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 9
20 seconds
Q.

A GAS'S shape is:

defined

determined by the container it is in

• Question 10
20 seconds
Q.

Condensation is:

heat energy added to change a solid into a liquid

heat energy removed to change a gas to a liquid

heat energy added to change a liquid to a gas

heat energy removed to change a liquid into a solid

• Question 11
20 seconds
Q.

Evaporation is:

heat energy added to change a solid into a liquid

heat energy removed to change a gas to a liquid

heat energy added to change a liquid to a gas

heat energy removed to change a liquid into a solid

• Question 12
20 seconds
Q.

Sublimation is:

heat energy added to change a solid into a gas

heat energy removed to change a gas to a liquid

heat energy added to change a liquid to a gas

heat energy removed to change a liquid into a solid

• Question 13
20 seconds
Q.

Deposition is:

heat energy added to change a solid into a gas

heat energy removed to change a gas to a liquid

heat energy added to change a liquid to a gas

heat energy removed to change a gas into a solid

• Question 14
20 seconds
Q.

To be matter, a substance needs:

to have mass

to have volume

to have a defined shape

• Question 15
20 seconds
Q.

What is an element?

two chemically joined substances

molecules that have broken down

unique type of atom

• Question 16
20 seconds Q.

19 represents what in the image above?

atomic number

chemical symbol

atomic mass

element name

• Question 17
20 seconds Q.

"K" represents what in the image above?

atomic number

chemical symbol

atomic mass

element name

• Question 18
20 seconds Q.

39.098 represents what in the image above?

atomic number

chemical symbol

atomic mass

element name

• Question 19
20 seconds Q.

"Potassium" represents what in the image above?

atomic number

chemical symbol

atomic mass

element name

• Question 20
20 seconds
Q.

The atomic number of an element:

is unique to each element

defines the number of neutrons

defines the number of protons

can change depending on the state of the element

• Question 21
20 seconds
Q.

Protons are:

positive/in the nucleus

positive/outside the nucleus

negative/in the nucleus

negative/outside the nucleus

neutral/in the nucleus

• Question 22
20 seconds
Q.

Neutrons are:

positive/in the nucleus

positive/outside the nucleus

negative/in the nucleus

negative/outside the nucleus

neutral/in the nucleus

• Question 23
20 seconds
Q.

Electrons are:

positive/in the nucleus

positive/outside the nucleus

negative/in the nucleus

negative/outside the nucleus

neutral/in the nucleus

• Question 24
20 seconds Q.

The shaded area in the periodic table above indicates:

metalloids

non-metals

metals

• Question 25
20 seconds Q.

The elements that are uncolored (white) in the periodic table above are:

metalloids

non-metals

metals

• Question 26
20 seconds Q.

The gray shaded elements in the periodic table above are:

metalloids

non-metals

metals

• Question 27
20 seconds
Q.

cells

mostly empty space

molecules

subatomic particles

• Question 28
20 seconds Q.

In the chemical reaction above the large "2"s represent:

subscripts and show number of atoms

reactants

products

coefficients and show the number of molecules

• Question 29
20 seconds Q.

In the chemical reaction above the small "2"s and "4" represent:

subscripts and show number of atoms

reactants

products

coefficients and show the number of molecules

• Question 30
20 seconds Q.

In the chemical reaction above the CH4 and 2O2 represent:

subscripts and show number of atoms

reactants

products

coefficients and show the number of molecules

• Question 31
20 seconds Q.

In the chemical reaction above the 2H2O and CO2 represent:

subscripts and show number of atoms

reactants

products

coefficients and show the number of molecules

• Question 32
20 seconds
Q.

Natural means:

made by humankind by a chemical change

• Question 33
20 seconds
Q.

Synthetic means: