# Temperature. When particles are no longer moving they are said to be as cold as possible. We call this _______? 1.Solid 2.Absolute zero 3.Celsius 4.Kilocold.

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Temperature

When particles are no longer moving they are said to be as cold as possible. We call this _______? 1.Solid 2.Absolute zero 3.Celsius 4.Kilocold

What is the correct order of the states of matter starting with the coldest 1.Gas—Liquid—Solid 2.Liquid—Solid—Gas 3.Solid—Gas—Liquid 4.Gas—Solid—Liquid 5.Solid—Liquid—Gas

To change from a liquid to a gas an object must 1.Gain Kinetic Energy 2.Lose Kinetic Energy

Which best describes the particles of a solid? 1.They are fast 2.They are not moving 3.They are moving enough to move around close particles 4.They are vibrating in a spot

A tanning bed transfer heat by ____? 1.Convection 2.Conduction 3.Radiation

Which direction does heat travel? 1.Cold to hot 2.Hot to cold

Heat tells us which way energy transfers, Temperature tells us how much _______ _______ an object has 1.Tiny Particles 2.Kinetic Energy 3.Potential Energy

Which phase of matter can take the shape of any container? 1.Solid 2.Liquid 3.Gas

What phase of matter is best at conducting heat? 1.Solid 2.Liquid 3.Gas

Change 273 °C  °K 1.0 2.273 3.373 4.546

Change 0 °C  °F 1.-32 2.0 3.32 4.100 5.273

Changing 98 °F  °C 1.0 2.36.3 3.208.4 4.371.1

What form of heat energy does the sun provide? 1.Conduction 2.Convection 3.Radiation

Convection currents in water cause the hot water to _______ and the cold water to _______ 1.Sink, rise 2.Rise, sink 3.Shake, rattle and role

When you put your hand on a hot burner and quickly move it back, how did the heat transfer? 1.Convection 2.Conduction 3.Radiation

When the temperature is ______ _______, the energy is minimal. 1.Very High 2.Really Low 3.Absolute Zero 4.Very Accurate

If I put a balloon in the freezer, what will happen? 1.It would shrink 2.It would stay the same 3.It would expand

4Which way does the heat transfer 4(hot to cold or cold to hot?)

??? 1.Hot  Cold 2.Cold  Hot

What makes the best conductors? 1.Solids 2.Liquids 3.Gases 4.Metals 5.Nonmetals 6.Air Response Grid Countdown 45

To melt a solid, energy is… 1.Added 2.Taken away Response Grid Countdown 45

What is it? 1.Conductor 2.Insulator 3.Percolator 4.Calculator Response Grid 45

What is it? 1.Conductor 2.Insulator 3.Percolator 4.Calculator Response Grid Countdown 45

What is the freezing point of water on the Celsius scale? 1.0 2.32 3.100 4.212 5.273 Response Grid Countdown 45

What is the boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit scale? 1.0 2.32 3.100 4.212 5.273 Response Grid Countdown 45

What is the boiling point of water on the Celsius scale? 1.0 2.32 3.100 4.212 5.273 Response Grid Countdown 45

A water glass was filled up. Half the water was 10° C, the other half was 50°C. What will the full temperature be after the water is stirred? 1.20° Celsius 2.30 ° Celsius 3.40 ° Celsius 4.50 ° Celsius 5.60 ° Celsius Response Grid Countdown 45

A class wanted to test two thermometers. A thermometer was put in a mitten and the other was left on the table. They were left for an hour. What can you tell me about the temperatures? 1.The one in the mitten will be hotter 2.The one on the table will be hotter 3.The will have the same temperatures Response Grid Countdown 45

What is NOT one thing the Kinetic theory of matter deals with? 1.Made of Particles 2.Particles are ALWAYS in motion 3.The direction of the particles are random and different speeds 4.The energy can be transferred 5.NONE…They all cover it Response Grid Countdown 45

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