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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Test Review


Chapter 6 test review

Chapter 6 Test Review

  • 1. A ___________ can change shape and volume.

  • Answer = gas


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • A __________ has a different shape, but the same volume n any container.

  • Answer = liquid


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • ___________ is thermal energy moving from one substance to another.

  • Answer = Heat


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • ___________ is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance.

  • Answer = temperature


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • A substance changes from a gas to a liquid during the process of ___________.

  • Answer = condensation


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • A liquid becomes a gas during ______________.

  • Answer = vaporization


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • ____________ is mass divided by volume.

  • Answer = Density


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • _____________ is force divided by area.

  • Answer = pressure


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • _______________ explains what happens when force is applied to a confined liquid.

  • Answer = Pascal’s Principal


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which of these is a crystalline solid?

  • Glass

  • Sugar

  • Rubber

  • Plastic

  • Answer = B, Sugar


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which description best describes a solid?

  • It has a definite shape and volume

  • It has a definite shape, but no definite volume

  • It adjusts to the shape of its container

  • It can flow

  • Answer = A, definite shape and volume


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • What property enables you to float a needle on water?

  • Viscosity

  • Temperature

  • Surface tension

  • Crystal structure

  • Answer = C, surface tension


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • What happens to an object as its kinetic energy increases?

  • It holds more tightly to nearby objects

  • Its mass increases

  • Its particles move more slowly

  • Its particles move faster

  • Answer = D, its particles move faster


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • During which process do particles of matter release energy?

  • Melting

  • Freezing

  • Sublimation

  • Boiling

  • Answer = B, freezing


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which is a unit of pressure?

  • N

  • Kg

  • g/cm³

  • N/m²

  • Answer = D, N/m²


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which change results in an increase in gas pressure in a balloon?

  • Decrease in temperature

  • Decrease in volume

  • Increase in volume

  • Increase in altitude

  • Answer = B, decrease in volume


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • In which case will an object float on a fluid?

  • Buoyant force is greater than weight

  • Buoyant force is less than weight

  • Buoyant force equals weight

  • Buoyant force equals zero

  • Answer = C, buoyant force equals weight


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • In which state of matter do particles say close together, yet are able to move past one another?

  • Solid

  • Gas

  • Liquid

  • Plasma

  • Answer = C, liquid


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • What is the process called when a gas cools to form a liquid?

  • Condensation

  • Sublimation

  • Boiling

  • Freezing

  • Answer = A, condensation


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which of the following is an amorphous solid?

  • Diamond

  • Sugar

  • Glass

  • Sand

  • Answer = C, Glass


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Which best describes a liquid?

  • It has a definite shape and volume

  • It has a definite volume, but not a definite shape

  • It expands to fill the shape and volume of its container

  • It cannot flow

  • Answer = B, definite volume, but not a definite shape


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • What happens to gas particles when the volume of a container decreases?

  • The gas particles collide less often

  • The gas particles collide more often

  • There is no change

  • The pressure of the gas decreases

  • Answer = B, gas particles collide more often


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • What formula can be used to calculate pressure?

  • P = f  a

  • P = a  f

  • P = m  v

  • P = v  m

  • Answer = A, P = f  a


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • The surface tension in a cup of water is caused by __________.

  • Attractive forces between the water and its container

  • Attractive forces between the water molecules

  • Adhesive forces between the water molecules

  • Adhesive forces between the water and its container

  • Answer = B, attractive forces between the water molecules


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Force is measured by ____________.

  • Pascals

  • Newtons

  • Kilopascals

  • Meters

  • Answer = B, Newtons


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Pressure is measured by __________.

  • Pascals

  • Newtons

  • Kilopascals

  • Meters

  • Answer = A, Pascal


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Archimedes's Principle helps to explain the relationship between ___________.

  • Kinetic energy and density

  • Temperature and density

  • Pressure and density

  • Buoyancy and density

  • Answer = D, buoyancy and density


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • The freezing point of a substance is _______ the melting point of the same substance.

  • Greater than

  • Less than

  • Equal to

  • Unrelated to

  • Answer = C, equal to


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • An amorphous solid _____________.

  • Flows freely at any temperature

  • Has no true melting point

  • Has a repeating unit structure

  • Become less viscous as it cools

  • Answer = B, has no true melting point


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • A cork is able to float on water because it is ___________.

  • A crystalline solid

  • Equal in density to water

  • Small in size

  • Less dense than water

  • Answer = D, less dense than water


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • The energy of moving particles is called ___________.

  • Kinetic energy

  • Latent energy

  • Atomic energy

  • Potential energy

  • Answer = A, kinetic energy


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • The _________ remains constant when a liquid reaches its boiling point.

  • Temperature

  • Sound

  • Odor

  • Color

  • Answer = A, temperature


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • The higher the temperature of matter, the ________ the particles are moving.

  • Slower

  • Farther

  • Faster

  • Closer

  • Answer = C, faster


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Chapter 6 Test Review

  • Different objects don’t heat at the same rate because they have different ________.

  • Specific heats

  • Energy

  • Boiling points

  • Temperatures

  • Answer = A, specific heats


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