Science Chapter 12 test

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Science Chapter 12 test
2014-10-02 22:05:42

Science questions to help you on properties of matter and energy.
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  1. What are you made of?
    Matter. Your made of matter.
  2. Does a golf ball have more or less mass then a balloon?
    Less then a balloon.
  3. Volume fills up a what amount of space?
    Greater amount of space.
  4. What is weight?
    Weight is the amount of the force of gravity between earth and a object.
  5. Volumes are often measured in what?
    mL or milliliters.
  6. Density is what?
    Density tells us how massive an object is for its size.
  7. Name 2 properties of matter.
    volume mass density [so on and so forth]
  8. The particles of a solid are:
    A. Close but not to close
    B. Packed together
    C. Moving freely
  9. The particles of a liquid are:
    A. Moving freely
    B. Packed together
    C. Close but not to close
  10. The particles of a gas are:
    A. Moving freely
    B. Close but not to close
    C. Packed together
  11. The more density an object has will it sink or float in water?
  12. Conducters do what?
    They allow energy to flow through them easily.
  13. Insulators do what?
    They don't let energy flow through.
  14. Elements are he building blocks of matter:
    True or False.
  15. A compound is made of only 1 element:
    True or False
    False. Any substance that is formed by a chemical combination of 2 or more elements is a compound.
  16. What is matter made out of?
  17. What are the 3 particles in atoms?
    Protons neutrons and electrons.
  18. Where are the 3 particles located?
    In the nucleus
  19. How many elements are there?
  20. What are particles that contain more then 1 atom joined together is called a:
  21. What are the 3 states of matter?
    Solids liquids and gases
  22. All of the gases, liquids, and solids in the world are examples of:
    A. elements B. things you can see C. matter
    D. Properies
    c matter
  23. The boiling point   is the temperature that a solid changes to a liquid. True or False
    False its melting point
  24. Mass is the measure of the force of gravity between earth and an object. True or False
    False its weight
  25. Volume is the measure of the space matter takes up. True or False
  26. The freezing point is the temperature when a liquid changes state into a solid. True or False
  27. An electron is a particle with a negative charge moving around the nucleus of an atom. True or False
  28. Materials that insulate allow heat to flow easily through. True or False
    False its conduct
  29. A compound is the smallest unit of an element that still has the properties of the element. True or False
    False its atom
  30. The center part of an atom is the nucleus. True or False
  31. Three states of matter are solids, liquids, and gases.
  32. The amount of matter in an is its:
    A. Mass B. weight C. density D. volume
  33. To allow heat, sound, or electricity to travel through easily is to: A. conduct B. insulate C. melt D. boil
  34. When a golf ball sinks to the bottom of water this demonstrates: A. Volume B. matter C. density D. size
  35. When you pore 50 mL of water into a cylinder you are measuring: A. Mass B. Weight C. Density D. volume
  36. The temperature at which a solid changes state into a liquid is a: A. boiling point B. freezing point C. melting point D. condensation point
  37. The temperature at which a liquid changes state into a gas is called: A. evaporation point
    B. melting point
    C. condensation point
    D. freezing point
  38. Particles occupy the greatest amount of space as a: A. Solid
    B. Liquid
    C. Gas
    D. frozen solid
  39. Which would be true if you took an object to the moon?
    A. the object would have less mass
    B. the object would have more mass
    C. The object would weigh more
    D. the object would weigh less
  40. When 2 or more elements combine chemically into a single substance it becomes a:
    A. mixture                B. compound
    C. molecule               D. atom
  41. A particle with a positive charge in the nucleus of an atom is a[n] 
    A. electron               B. proton
    C. neutron                D. orbit
  42. An uncharged particle in the nucleus of a atom is a[n]
    A. electron                    B. proton
    C. ion                           D. neutron
  43. A particle that contains more than 1 atom joined together is a[n]
    A. element                     B. compound
    C. neutron                     D. molecule
  44. Basic building blocks of matter that cannot be broken down into simpler substances are:
    A. atoms                         B. molecules
    C. elements                     D. cells
  45. How tightly packed atoms are inside an object is its:
    A. Mass                            B. weight
    C. density                         D. volume
  46. The smallest unit of an element that still has the properties of the element is a[n]
    A. Atom                        B. compound
    C. molecule                   D. nucleus
  47. The density of corn oil is 0.92 g/cm3. The density of ice is 0.9 g/cm3. What will happen if you put the ice in the corn oil?
    The ice will float.
  48. Explain why on a humid day drops of water will form on the outside of a glass containing an ice cold drink.
    On a humid day there's water gas is in the air so the water condenses.
  49. Name examples of solids liquids and gases.
    Solid cup liquid water gas cloud