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Matter is anything that:
has mass and takes up space
takes the shape of its container
can be seen
identify the correct statement
lead has a lower density than water
a copper coin has the same density as a copper cube
a solid has a higher density than any type of liquid
a large piece of copper is denser than a small piece of copper
At which of the following temperatures is a given amount of water the most expanded?
2 degrees celsius
zero degrees celsius
3 degrees celsius
1 degree celsius
The boiling point of water at sea level is
1000 degrees celsius
20 degrees celsius
100 degrees celsius
0 degrees celsius
An object will float if its density is
the same as that of the liquid it is in
higher than that of the liquid it is in
lower than that of the liquid it is in
less than 1
Which of the following are difficult to compress?
solids and liquids
solids and gases
liquids and gases
The melting point of a substance is the
place where it is when it melts.
part of an object that first turns to liquid
temperature at which a substance begins to melt
time taken for a substance to fully melt
As an object is heated, its particles
vibrate more rapidly and cause it to expand
vibrate less rapidly and cause it to contract
attract each other more, causing contraction
shrink in size so the gaps between them increase.
which of the following is most likely to crack a glass dish?
placing it underwater in a sink full of hot water
singing in a high pitched voice whilst you wash it
allowing it to float on hot water whilst runnin cold water on top of it
holding it and running hot water over one side only
something that happens to gases
the same as solidification
when small bubbles begin to appear in a liquid
another term for vaporisation
Which of the following is a different substance (contains different types of particles) to the others?
What is the density of a piece of glass with a mass of 24grams if its volume is 8 cubic centimetres?
Which of the following is an example of solidification
Water turns to steam as an electric jug boils.
A bathroom mirror fogs up when you take a shower.
Wax runs down the side of a candle and sets on the table.
An ice cube turns to water in a glass of lemonade.
The 'fog' on a car windscreen is due to
Strips of foam rubber are sometimes used between sections of footpath or driveways because of:
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