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Chapter 2 Review - States of Matter

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  



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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  


 

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change. Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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True or false:  Water molecules are attracted to one another.

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True or False:  When molecules move faster, the force of attraction between them decreases.

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The states of matter from weakest to strongest intermolecular forces.

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True or False: All substances have the same force of attraction between molecules.

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The stronger the force of attraction between molecules, the (lower/higher) the freezing point of that substance will be.

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anything that has mass and takes up space

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transfer of heat by atoms or molecules bumping into one another

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two or more atoms connected or bonded together

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energy that flows from warmer to cooler regions of matter

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measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules in matter

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Unlike most other substances, water does this when freezing.

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32 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature that water does this.

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The beakers both contain water. This beaker has the greater AVERAGE kinetic energy.

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Clouds, fog, and your breath you see on a cold day are all water in this state.

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This substance has a higher freezing point than water. 

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What is freezing?

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What is melting?

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What is evaporation?

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What is sublimation?

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What is deposition?

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What is taken away?

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What is be added?

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What is be taken away?

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What is be taken away?

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What is be taken away?

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True

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False

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What is gas, liquid, solid?

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False

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higher

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What is matter?

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What is conduction?

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What is a molecule?

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What is heat?

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What is temperature?

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What is takes up more space?

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What is freeze?

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What is Beaker B?

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What is liquid?

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What is <any solid at room temperature>?

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the temperature that nitrogen becomes a liquid in Celsius (°C)

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What is -196 °C?

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  



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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  

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The model below showing a substance before and after a phase change.  


 

&question6=

The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change. Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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The model below shows a substance before and after a phase change.  Energy must do this for this change to occur.

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True or false:  Water molecules are attracted to one another.

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True or False:  When molecules move faster, the force of attraction between them decreases.

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The states of matter from weakest to strongest intermolecular forces.

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True or False: All substances have the same force of attraction between molecules.

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The stronger the force of attraction between molecules, the (lower/higher) the freezing point of that substance will be.

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anything that has mass and takes up space

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transfer of heat by atoms or molecules bumping into one another

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two or more atoms connected or bonded together

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energy that flows from warmer to cooler regions of matter

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measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules in matter

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Unlike most other substances, water does this when freezing.

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32 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature that water does this.

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The beakers both contain water. This beaker has the greater AVERAGE kinetic energy.

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Clouds, fog, and your breath you see on a cold day are all water in this state.

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This substance has a higher freezing point than water. 

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What is freezing?

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What is melting?

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What is evaporation?

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What is sublimation?

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What is deposition?

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What is taken away?

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What is be added?

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What is be taken away?

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What is be taken away?

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What is be taken away?

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True

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False

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What is gas, liquid, solid?

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False

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higher

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What is matter?

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What is conduction?

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What is a molecule?

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What is heat?

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What is temperature?

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What is takes up more space?

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What is freeze?

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What is Beaker B?

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What is liquid?

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What is <any solid at room temperature>?

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the temperature that nitrogen becomes a liquid in Celsius (°C)

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What is -196 °C?

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