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Define Matter, Phases of Matter & Intensive vs. Extensive Properties of Matter.

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1 Define Matter, Phases of Matter & Intensive vs. Extensive Properties of Matter

2 Matter is defined as anything that has mass and… 1. takes time to transform. 2. a fixed weight. 3. takes up space. 4. an infinite amount of energy

3 1. a definite volume and can’t be compressed. 2. a definite shape and can be compressed. 3. no definite volume and can’t be compressed. 4. no definite shape and can’t be compressed. Two characteristics of solids are they have…

4 Two characteristics of liquids are they have… 1. no definite volume and no definite shape. 2. no definite volume but a definite shape. 3. a definite volume and a definite shape. 4. a definite volume but no definite shape

5 Two characteristics of a gas are they have… 1. a definite shape but no definite volume. 2. no definite volume and are ionized. 3. no definite volume and no definite shape. 4. a definite volume but no definite shape

6 Two characteristics of plasma is that… 1. it is an ionized liquid with no definite shape. 2. it has no definite volume and is more commonly found in outer space. 3. it is an ionized gas with a definite volume. 4. it has no definite shape and is more commonly found in the oceans

7 A property of matter that depends upon the amount of the sample is called… 1. an intensive property 2. an extensive property 3. an external property 4. an intuitive property

8 All of the following are intensive properties EXCEPT… 1. Color 2. Odor 3. Density 4. Melting point 5. Length 6. Hardness

9 Which one of the following CANNOT be separated by physical means? 1. Suspension 2. Heterogeneous Mixture 3. Homogeneous Mixture 4. Pure Substance

10 All of the following are examples of Heterogeneous Mixtures EXCEPT… 1. Diet Coke 2. Italian Dressing 3. Beef Stew 4. Top Soil 5. Lucky Charms

11 The ability to scatter light is called the… 1. Textile Effect 2. Tympanic Effect 3. Tellurium Effect 4. Tyndall Effect 5. Topography Effect

12 Which phase of matter is the only one that will have a definite shape? 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma

13 Which phase of matter has the most energy and particles moving the fastest? 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma

14 Which phase of matter has a definite volume but no definite shape? 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma

15 What is the name of the phase change where a solid changes directly to a gas? 1. Melting 2. Freezing 3. Sublimation 4. Deposition 5. Condensation

16 What is the name of the phase change where a gas changes to a liquid? 1. Melting 2. Freezing 3. Sublimation 4. Deposition 5. Condensation

17 Height of a Tower 1.Intensive 2.Extensive

18 Freezing Point of Propanol 1. Intensive 2. Extensive

19 Hardness of Diamond 1. Intensive 2. Extensive

20 Mass of a sample of NaCl 1. Intensive 2. Extensive

21 Classify Matter Quiz

22 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Solution 5. Suspension 6. Colloid This type of matter has components that will not settle and displays the Tyndall effect

23 A solid sheet of iron would be considered this type of matter: 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Solution 5. Suspension 6. Colloid

24 What type of matter does not have a uniform composition and can be separated. 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Solution 5. Suspension 6. Colloid

25 Which phase of matter contains atoms that are tightly packed? 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma

26 Which phase of matter consists of electrically charged particles? 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma

27 What type of matter has a uniform composition throughout and doesn’t scatter light? 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Suspension 5. Colloid

28 Milk is an example of a… 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Suspension 5. Colloid

29 Chex Mix is an example of a … 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Suspension 5. Colloid

30 Table Salt (NaCl) is an example of a … 1. Pure Substance 2. Homogeneous Mixture 3. Heterogeneous Mixture 4. Suspension 5. Colloid

31 Changes of Matter Quiz

32 What type of change is occurring as candles burn? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

33 What type of change is occurring when ethyl alcohol boils? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

34 What type of change is occurring when iron rusts? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

35 What type of change is occurring when leaves change color? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

36 What type of change is occurring when a hydrogen bubble is lit on fire? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

37 What type of change is occurring when mixing up pizza dough? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

38 What type of change is occurring when KCl dissolves in water? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

39 What type of change is occurring when you grind Calcium Chloride into a fine powder? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

40 What type of change is occurring when you cook blueberry pancakes? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

41 What type of change is occurring when you mix Sulfuric Acid with Sodium Hydroxide to make a salt and water? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

42 What type of change is occurring when hard boiled Easter eggs spoil? 1. Physical Change 2. Chemical Change

43 Cooking scrambled eggs is an example of a… 1. chemical change 2. physical change

44 Cutting the grass is an example of a… 1. chemical change 2. physical change

45 Painting your house is an example of a… 1. chemical change 2. physical change

46 Digesting your dinner is an example of a… 1. chemical change 2. physical change

47 All of the following are evidence that a chemical change occurred EXCEPT… 1. Color change 2. Gas formed 3. Phase change 4. Temperature change 5. Light formed


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