States of Matter Notes- Nov. 25
  • 1. How many states of matter are there?
A) Three
B) Two
C) Four
D) Five
  • 2. Which of these is not a state of matter?
A) Solid
B) Liquid
C) Plasma
D) Element
  • 3. Why are solids usually hard?
A) Their molecules easily move around
B) Their molecules are packed close together
C) Their molecules are spread out all over the place
D) Solids are not usually hard
  • 4. What is a mixture?
A) A solid that is made up of more than one compound
B) A solid that is made up of one compound
C) Mixtures are artificial and do not exist
  • 5. Molecules in a liquid want to _________.
A) scatter around
B) move apart
C) vibrate against each other
D) stick together
  • 6. What is a solution?
A) A liquid that has turned into a gas
B) A liquid that has frozen
C) A liquid with a variety of materials in it
D) A liquid consisting of one material
  • 7. Gasses are also known as _________.
A) factors
B) vapors
C) solutions
D) ices
  • 8. What is released when you open a can of pop?
A) compressed gas
B) compressed liquid
C) compressed plasma
  • 9. True or false. Plasma makes up our sun.
A) True
B) False
  • 10. True or false. Plasma does not exist on Earth.
A) False
B) True
  • 11. What is the particle movement of gasses?
A) move freely, very quickly
B) move around, slide past each other
C) "jiggle" but don't move from place to place
  • 12. True or false. Liquids compress easily.
A) True
B) False
  • 13. True or false. Plasma has the highest amount of energy of all the states of matter.
A) True
B) False
  • 14. When energy is added or taken away from a state of matter, a _________ change happens.
A) chemical
B) physical
  • 15. True or false. Liquid has the lowest amount of energy of all the states of matter.
A) False
B) True
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