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Chapter 3 Quiz. By: Mohammed Khezri & Sophia Baik. Definition #1. The result of a force distributed over an area is……. Definition #1. The result of a force distributed over an area is Pressure. Definition #2.

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### Chapter 3 Quiz

By: Mohammed Khezri

& Sophia Baik

• The result of a force distributed over an area is……

• The result of a force distributed over an area is Pressure.

• The direct proportion of the volume of a gas to temperature (in kelvins) if the pressure and the number of particles are constant it is …….

• The direct proportion of the volume of a gas to temperature (in kelvins) if the pressure and the number of particles are constant is Charles’s Law.

• The inverse variation of the volume of gas with its pressure if the temperature and the number of the particles are constant is...

• The inverse variation of the volume of gas with its pressure if the temperature and the number of the particles are constant is Boyle’s Law.

• A description of a change in which a system absorbs energy from its surroundings is …..

• A description of a change in which a system absorbs energy from its surroundings is called endothermic.

• The energy a substance must absorb in order to change from a solid to liquid is called…..

• The energy a substance must absorb in order to change from a solid to liquid is called Heat of Fusion.

• A description of a change in which a system releases energy to its surroundings is ….

• A description of a change in which a system releases energy to its surroundings is Exothermic.

• The energy a substance must absorb in order to change from a liquid to a gas is…

• The energy a substance must absorb in order to change from a liquid to a gas is heat of vaporization.

• The state of matter in which a material has neither a definite shape or volume is…..

• The state of matter in which a material has neither a definite shape or volume is gas.

• The phase change in which a substance changes directly from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is….

• The phase change in which a substance changes directly from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is vaporization.

• The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is….

• The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is sublimation.

Kinetic Energy is energy an object has when its in motion.

PLASMA gas?

Plasma is a state if matter in which atom have been stripped of their electrons.

It’s so hot on the sun that the liquid looking material is plasma.

Phase Change gas?

Phase change is a physical change that occurs when one substance changes from a state of matter to another state of matter.

EVAPORATION. gas?

Evaporation is the process that changes a substance from a liquid to gas at the temperature of the liquids boiling point.

Vapor Pressure is the Pressure that is caused by the collisions of particles in a vapor with the walls of the container.

The best example is when it rains. The clouds (which are gas) precipitate and the gas turns into liquid

DEPOSITION. evaporating?

• Deposition causes frost to form on windows;When the water vapor in the air comes in contact with cold window glass, the water vapor loses enough kinetic energy to change directly from a gas to a solid.

ABSOLUTE ZERO. evaporating?

The six common phase changes are: evaporating?

• A) melting, freezing, vaporization, evaporation, condensation, deposition

• B) melting, freezing, vaporization, condensation, sublimation, deposition

• C) melting, freezing, boiling, vaporization, condensation, sublimation

• D) melting, freezing, condensation, sublimation, deposition, conductivity

The six common phase changes are: evaporating?

• A) melting, freezing, vaporization, evaporation, condensation, deposition

• B) melting, freezing, vaporization, condensation, sublimation, deposition

• C) melting, freezing, boiling, vaporization, condensation, sublimation

• D) melting, freezing, condensation, sublimation, deposition, conductivity

• A) its temperature, its mass, and size of its particles

• B) its mass, its volume, and size of its particles

• C) its temperature, its volume, and number of its particles

• D) its mass, its volume, and number of particles

• A) its temperature, its mass, and size of its particles

• B) its mass, its volume, and size of its particles

• C) its temperature, its volume, and number of its particles

• D) its mass, its volume, and number of particles

• A) V1/T1=V2/T2

• B) P1V1=P2V2

• C) V1/V2=T1/T2

• D) P1V2=P2V1

• A) V1/T1=V2/T2

• B) P1V1=P2V2

• C) V1/V2=T1/T2

• D) P1V2=P2V1

• A) Gas

• B) Vapor

• C) Bose-Einstein Condensate

• D) Plasma

• A) Gas

• B) Vapor

• C) Bose-Einstein Condensate

• D) Plasma

• A) the particles vibrate around fixed locations

• B) the particles don’t move at all

• C) the particles are packed close together

• D) the particles are arranged in random

• A) the particles vibrate around fixed locations

• B) the particles don’t move at all

• C) the particles are packed close together

• D) the particles are arranged in random

• A) The fast, vibrating motion of the particles of the gas

• B) The collisions between particles of the gas and the walls of the container

• C) The force with which the particles of the gas hit the walls of the container

• D) The number of particles in the gas

• A) The fast, vibrating motion of the particles of the gas

• B) The collisions between particles of the gas and the walls of the container

• C) The force with which the particles of the gas hit the walls of the container

• D) The number of particles in the gas

• A) Temperature

• B) Chemical Properties

• C) Physical Properties

• D) Corners

• A) Temperature

• B) Chemical Properties

• C) Physical Properties

• D) Corners

• A) Arrangement of Molecules

• B) Arrangement of Oxygen

• C) Arrangement of hydrogen

• D) none of the above

• A) Arrangement of Molecules

• B) Arrangement of Oxygen

• C) Arrangement of hydrogen

• D) none of the above

Reducing the volume of a gas increases its pressure if the temperature of the gas and the number of particles are

• A) Constant

• B) Moving

• C) Frozen

• D) All of the above

Reducing the volume of a gas increases its pressure if the temperature of the gas and the number of particles are:

• A) Constant

• B) Moving

• C) Frozen

• D) All of the above

What states all particles of matter are in constant motion? temperature of the gas and the number of particles are:

• A) Charles’s Law

• B) Boyle’s Law

• C) Kinetic Theory

• D) Newton’s Law

What states all particles of matter are in constant motion? temperature of the gas and the number of particles are:

• A) Charles’s Law

• B) Boyle’s Law

• C) Kinetic Theory

• D) Newton’s Law

THE END temperature of the gas and the number of particles are:A