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Final Jeopardy Properties of Matter
Final Jeopardy Surface tension Property that allows a sewing needle to float in a glass of water
$200 solid Definite shape
$400 liquid Indefinite shape, definite volume
$600 solid Molecules vibrate in place
$800 gas Indefinite volume, indefinite shape
$1000 amorphous Type of solid that includes glass and rubber
$200 exothermic condensation
$400 endothermic melting
$600 endothermic sublimation
$800 endothermic evaporation
$1000 exothermic freezing
$200 freezing Liquid to a solid
$400 deposition Gas to a solid
$600 evaporation Liquid to a gas
$800 Freezing point The melting point of salt is the same as its
$1000 deposition Which of the following is an exothermic change? Deposition, melting, vaporization, sublimation
$200 Vibrate in place Motion of molecules in a solid
$400 gas Molecules break away from each other and lose attraction for each other
$600 gas If you move a substance from one container to another and its volume changes
$800 liquid A viscous substance is in the phase called
$1000 physical Type of change that all phase changes are
$200 boiling Occurs at the boiling point
$400 evaporation Occurs at the surface
$600 evaporation Occurs below the boiling point
$800 boiling Occurs at the bottom of the liquid
$1000 Evaporation and boiling Two forms of vaporization
$200 endothermic Type of reaction that makes a good cold pack
$400 less If you need to put a stopper in a tube, this must mean that the gas released is ____ dense than air
$600 hydrogen Makes a popping noise when a burning splint is used
$800 oxygen Gas that supports fire
$1000 Ammonium chloride Substance that produced the best cold pack when mixed with water
$400 amporphous glass
$800 crystalline snowflake
$1200 crystalline salt
$1600 amorphous butter
$2000 amorphous Particles are not arranged in a regular pattern
$400 Diffuser or wing tip When heating glass, sometimes a ______ is placed over the tip of the Bunsen burner.
$800 Fire polishing This technique is used to get rid of sharp ends on glass tubing
$1200 displacement Technique used to determine the volume of an irregularly shaped object
$1600 Archimedes’ Principle Buoyancy is determined by the weight of the fluid displaced by an object
$2000 Buoyant force the more dense a liquid, the greater the ____ _____
$400 volume The amount of space an object takes up
$800 density The mass per unit volume of an object
$1200 gravity The force of attraction between objects
$1600 inertia Resistance to changes in motion
$2000 volume Density = mass divided by _______
$400 liquid May have surface tension
$800 Solid, liquid and gas Has mass
$1200 solid Most of the elements on the Periodic table
$1600 Liquid and gas Has no definite shape
$2000 Solid, liquid, and gas Has the property of density
$400 potential Stored energy
$800 vaporization Change of a liquid to a gas
$1200 plasma A very high energy phase of matter
$1600 viscosity The resistance of a substance to flowing
$2000 sublimation A substance changes directly from a solid to a gas
$400 density Grams/mL
$ mL What is the volume of an object with a density of 10 g/mL and a mass of 200 g
$1200 kilometer 1000 grams
$1600 meter 100 centimeters
$2000 hectoliter 100 liters
Daily Double evaporation The opposite of condensation
Daily Double higher The higher the pressure on a fluid, the ______ the boiling point
Daily Double Endothermic reaction of dry ice Dry ice keeping a tub of ice cream cold
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