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Partical Theory of Matter Jepardy

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on 11 April 2011

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Welcome to Jepardy! Please follow the rules and dont be afraid of being Incorrect! Picture Identification Fill In the Blank Multiple choice Definitions 1100 600 300 400 500 650 750 1000 250 1000 700 1000 1000 1000 1300 300 300 900 400 450 1200 500
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700 700 600 1500 1200 1500 800 800 800 200 True Or False 600 250 300 400 500
700 500 450 Everything is made up of tiny ____________ __________________is how much three-dimensional space a substance or shape occupies or contains. _________________is one of the major states of matter. It is characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes of shape or volume. Ice is water frozen into the ___________state. (BONUS! What is the chemical name of water? ) _______________ is the rapid vaporization of a liquid, which occurs when a liquid is heated to its _____________ point. When one substance is dissolved and chemically bonded into another, a ______________ is formed. In chemistry, a __________ is made up by two or more different substances which are added together but are not combined chemically. They refers to the physical combination of two or more substances.

BONUS-- Mixtures can be either ______genius__ or ____genius__. Energy can be defined as the ability to do__________. 400 Conduction is the transfer of heat energy through____________. Water in a glass at 24 degrees celsius is in what state?
A) Liquid
B) Gas
C) Solid
D) Plasma Which of the following is not one of the Four Main Points of the Particle Theory of matter?
A) All Matter is made up of tiny particles.
B) Particles of matter are always moving.
C) Particles only stop moving when they are ice.
D) Faster moving particles need more space.
E) Particles with move energy move faster.
Which of the following will have the greatest density?
A) Water
B) Baking Flour
C) Air
D) Concrete
Convection is one of the major modes of heat transfer through what medium…
A) Water
B) Humans
C) Air
D) Solids
E) Computers
The process of particles bumping into each other and transferring heat is know as:
A) Thermo-Dynamics
B) Heating
C) Conduction
D) Cooling
Dirty river and lake water when left to sit will Clear as sediment settles to bottom, they are examples of what type of mixture?
A) Pure substance
B) Pollution
C) Mechanical Mixture
D) Solubility
The bottom of a frying pan should be what type of material
A) Wooden and Insulated
B) Wet and cold
C) Plastic and look nice
D) Metal and conductive
What are waters Boiling and Freezing points?
A) 300 C and –40 C
B) 100 F and 0 F
C) 60 C and –5 C
D) 100 C and 0 C
Which of the following situations will have the fastest dissolving rate of sugar in water?
A) Cold water not being stirred
B) Hot water being stirred
C) Hot water not being stirred
D) Cold water poured on the floor
Define Mass What is a Solution Describe Density What is a "Pure Substance" Discuss the " 3 States Of matter" What is a "Hypothesis"? Define "Insulator" Difine "Solution" What state is the Oxgen (O2) in ? What state Is the H2O in? What state is the H2O In? What is happening at the point circled? What will the two temperatures indicated by the arrows be? What are the states of the water at the indicated points? 1 2 3 what states are 1 2 and 3 in? What type of molecule is this? A Plateau in a graph is a point where it has a steep slope: True or False The Density of an object is affected by its size. True or False As an objects Volume increases so does its Mass and Weight. True or False Particles often stop moving because they are frozen. True or False If a solution is left to sit the particles will eventually settle to the bottom of it. True or False Sometimes matter is not made of particles. True or False Faster Moving Particles need more space. True Or false The Celsius temperature system was designed around water state changes at sea level atmospheric pressure water boils at 100 C and freezes at 0 C. True or false
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