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Speed Match Review Game

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What is conduction?

What is takes up more space?

What is <any solid at room temperature>?

What is liquid?

What is gas, liquid, solid?

True

What is be added?

What is temperature?

What is melting?

What is freezing?

higher

What is a molecule?

False

False

What is matter?

What is sublimation?

What is heat?

What is freeze?

What is evaporation?

What is Beaker B?

What is be taken away?

What is be taken away?

What is taken away?

What is be taken away?

What is deposition?

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



Unlike most other substances, water does this when freezing.

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

energy that flows from warmer to cooler regions of matter

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

two or more atoms connected or bonded together

anything that has mass and takes up space

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The states of matter from weakest to strongest intermolecular forces.

transfer of heat by atoms or molecules bumping into one another

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

This substance has a higher freezing point than water. 


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

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

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


 

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

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

32 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature that water does this.

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.  

What is freezing?

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

What is melting?

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



What is evaporation?

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

What is sublimation?

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


 

What is deposition?

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

What is taken away?

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

What is be added?

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

What is be taken away?

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

What is be taken away?

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

What is be taken away?

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

True

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

False

The states of matter from weakest to strongest intermolecular forces.

What is gas, liquid, solid?

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

False

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

higher

anything that has mass and takes up space

What is matter?

transfer of heat by atoms or molecules bumping into one another

What is conduction?

two or more atoms connected or bonded together

What is a molecule?

energy that flows from warmer to cooler regions of matter

What is heat?

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

What is temperature?

Unlike most other substances, water does this when freezing.

What is takes up more space?

32 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature that water does this.

What is freeze?


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

What is Beaker B?

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

What is liquid?

This substance has a higher freezing point than water. 

What is <any solid at room temperature>?