2-1 2-2 2-3 FJ 2-4 Any section 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt
Column 1 - Question 1 This object has a definite shape and volume.
Column 1 - ANSWER 1 A Solid
Column 1 - QUESTION 2 Gases do not have a definite volume because of this.
Column 1 - ANSWER 2 The space between the particles and their movement.
Column 1 - Question 3 Oil in car engines must be able to “hold on” to the parts to prevent friction. What must the viscosity of the oil be, high or low?
Column 1 - ANSWER 3 High Viscosity (slower moving liquid)
Column 1 - Question 4 This is a solid that has no specific melting point but instead softens as it is heated.
Column 1 - ANSWER 4 Amorphous Solid
Column 1 - Question 5 This is the specific term given to a “substance that flows.”
Column 1 - ANSWER 5 Fluid
Column 2 - Question 1 If a rigid object were to be heated, what effect would this have on the gas inside?
Column 2 - ANSWER 1 Pressure increases
Column 2 - Question 2 The measure of the movement of particles is…
Column 2 - ANSWER 2 Temperature
Column 2 - Question 3 Charles found that when the temperature of a gas increases its volume does this…
Column 2 - ANSWER 3 It INCREASES!
Column 2 - Question 4 Boyle studied gases and the volume was the responding variable and pressure was the manipulating variable. What was kept constant?
Column 2 - ANSWER 4 The TEMPERATURE
Column 2 - Question 5 If your basketball is left outside on a cold night which gas law might be observed the next morning?
Column 2 - ANSWER 5 Charles’s Law
Column 3 - Question 1 The x-axis of a graph of a gas law contains this variable.
Column 3 - ANSWER 1 Manipulated Variable
Column 3 - Question 2 The graph of Charles’s law shows this type of relationship between volume and temperature. Daily Double
Column 3 - ANSWER 2 Directly Proportional
Column 3 - Question 3 The following graph represents which gas law?
Column 3 - ANSWER 3 Boyle’s Law
Column 3 - Question 4 During the Boyle’s law lab, what happened to the gas when a book was added to the top of the set-up?
Column 3 - ANSWER 4 The volume decreased
Column 3 - Question 5 If the set-up from the Boyle’s law lab was placed in a freezer what would have happened to the volume of the gas?
Column 3 - ANSWER 5 Volume would decrease
Column 4 - Question 1 This is the energy from the movement of particles.
Column 4 - ANSWER 1 Thermal Energy
Column 4 - Question 2 Matter changes whenever energy is _____ or _____.
Column 4 - ANSWER 2 added or taken away
Column 4 - Question 3 This only alters the form of a substance.
Column 4 - ANSWER 3 Physical Change
Column 4 - Question 4 This has occurred when particles from the surface of a liquid gain enough energy to turn into a gas.
Column 4 - ANSWER 4 Evaporation
Column 4 - Question 5 Name the two ways mentioned in this section to control chemical reactions.
Column 4 - ANSWER 5 Add or take away energy
Column 5 - Question 1 If a new substance has been produced, this type of reaction has occurred.
Column 5 - ANSWER 1 Chemical Reaction Or Chemical Change
Column 5 - Question 2 If you blew onto a cool mirror and witnessed a build up of moisture, you have observed this change.
Column 5 - ANSWER 2 Condensation
Column 5 - Question 3 If this container were heated, what will happen to the gas inside?
Column 5 - ANSWER 3 The pressure increases
Column 5 - Question 4 This is the measure of how much gas particles push on the walls of a container.
Column 5 - ANSWER 4 Pressure
Column 5 - Question 5 Daily Double What happens when a pot of water on a stove is heated from 90ºC to 110ºC?