Chemistry Density Quiz
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matter that can not flow and has definite volume and definite shape
matter that has definite volume but takes the shape of its container
matter without definite volume or shape and can flow
a substance that is currently a gas, but normally is liquid or solid at room temperature
does a solid have a definite volume?
does a liquid have a definite volume?
does a gas have a definite volume?
does a solid have a definite shape?
does a liquid have a definite shape?
does a gas have a definite shape?
what is the result of a temperature increase for solids?
what is the result of a temperature increase for liquids?
what is the result of a temperature increase for gases?
will solids compress?
will liquids compress?
will gases compress?
do particles move in solids liquids and gases?
gas because the particles move fast
what state of matter has the highest kinetic energy? the lowest?
what state of matter has the highest density? lowest?
property used to describe matter that depends on the amount of matter in the sample
property used to describe matter that depends on the type of matter, not the amount present
3 examples of extensive properties?
3 examples of intensive properties?
100 degrees C
what temp does water boil at?
what is the density of water? does it ever change?
the amount of matter in a substance/ the amount of particles something is made of
the force in which the earth's gravity pulls on the substance
mass in measured in:
does mass ever change? does weight?
the measurement of mass per unit volume of matter
formula for density
formula for mass
formula for volume
if picture A has a higher mass and the same size volume than picture B, then picture A is more:
if the density of an object is ____ than 1 g/mL, it will float
if the density of an object is ____ than 1 g/mL, it will sink
neither (the density of water is always 1g/mL)
if bucket A contains more water than bucket B, which has a higher density?
for most substances, as temperature increases, density _________ (not water)
4 degrees C
water has a maximum density of 1_____ at _______ (temp)
for water, as temperature increases, density ______
what unit is used for the density of liquids?
what unit is used for the density of solids?
what unit is used for the density of gases?
1 cm3= _____ mL
1 dm3= ____L
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