 Phase Changes & Properties of Matter
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• Question 1
30 seconds
Q.

Which of the following describes a solid?

No definite shape or definite volume, lowest intermolecular forces

Definite volume, takes the shape of its container, no definite shape

Definite shape and definite volume, vibrates in place and highest intermolecular forces

Highest Kinetic Energy

• Question 2
30 seconds
Q.

What is the relationship between temperature and particle motion (kinetic energy)?

As temperature increases, particle motion/ kinetic energy decreases

As temperature increases, particle motion/kinetic energy increases

As temperature decreases, particle motion / kinetic energy decreases

As temperature decreases, particle motion / kinetic energy increases

• Question 3
30 seconds
Q.

When a solid changes to a liquid as temperature increases, this is known as which phase change?

Vaporization

Condensation

Freezing

Melting

• Question 4
30 seconds
Q.

When water vapor changes to liquid water as energy is removed, this is known as which phase change?

melting

freezing

vaporization

condensation

• Question 5
30 seconds Q.

Which phase change is being represented in the particle diagram?

melting

evaporation

condensation

freezing

• Question 6
30 seconds Q.

Letter "C" represents which state of matter on the phase change diagram shown.

Solid

Liquid

Gas

• Question 7
30 seconds Q.

Is energy being added or removed in the following phase change diagram?

energy is being removed

• Question 8
30 seconds Q.

Letter "B" represents which phase change on the phase change diagram shown.

melting

freezing

boiling (vaporization)

condensation

• Question 9
30 seconds Q.

Analyze the phase change diagram shown. Is energy being added or removed for this phase change diagram?

Energy is being removed

• Question 10
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine how long was the gas condensing into a liquid for?

Hint: look at the phase change and determine how much time it took to complete the phase change.

2 minutes

5 minutes

7 minutes

8 minutes

• Question 11
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine how long was the liquid freezing into a solid for?

Hint: look at the phase change and determine how long the phase change occured for.

2 minutes

3 minutes

4 minutes

5 minutes

• Question 12
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine at what temperature did this substance become a liquid at?

100 degrees C

120 degrees C

140 degrees C

160 degrees C

• Question 13
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine at what temperature did this substance become a solid at?

40 degrees C

60 degrees C

70 degrees C

80 degrees C

• Question 14
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine at which temperature did the liquid become a gas?

0 degrees C

50 degrees C

100 degrees C

150 degrees C

• Question 15
45 seconds Q.

Using the following phase change diagram, determine how long was the liquid vaporizing (boiling) for?