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Matter 8 th grade
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Row 1, Col 1 This has a definite shape and a definite volume. What is a solid?
1,2 The resistance of a liquid to flowing is called... What is viscosity?
1,3 This does have a definite volume but not a definite shape. What is a liquid?
1,4 This has no definite volume or shape. What is a gas?
2,1 The force of gas divided by the area in which it is pushing is called…….. What is pressure?
2,2 Boyle’s law states that if the volume of a gas is made smaller, then the pressure will……….. What is get higher?
2,3 These particles are not arranged in a regular pattern. What is an amorphous solid?
2,4 These particles are arranged in a regular pattern. What is an crystalline solid?
3,1 Particles of gas are close or far apart…. What is close?
3,2 The direct change from solid to gas is called? What is sublimation?
3,3 When a puddle gets smaller, it is from ………... What is evaporation?
3,4 Charles law states that if the temperature increases, the volume of gas will….. What is a decrease?
4,1 What happens to the pressure as gas particles speed up…. What is increases?
4,3 Solid particles are close or far apart. What is close?
5,1 This matter can take the Volume and shape of any container. What is gas?
5,3 Ice cubes turning to liquid is called…. What is melting?
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