1) Matter is BEST defined as a) anything that has mass and volume. b) anything that has only mass. c) anything that takes up space. d) anything that is measurable. 2) How many states of matter that exists naturally? a) 4 b) 3 c) 2 d) 1 3) Which is FALSE concerning solids? a) Has a fixed or definite shape b) Can flow freely. c) Vibrate about a fixed point. d) Pressure has no effect on it. e) Its shape is constant. f) Has very strong forces between particles. 4) Which is TRUE concerning liquids? a) Have a fixed or definite shape. b) Have constant volume. c) They cannot flow. d) Their particles exists only in clusters. 5) The diagram shows the particles of a a) solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma 6) Which is FALSE concerning gases? a) They move freely. b) Compressible. c) Intermolecular forces are strong. d) Has an indefinite shape. e) Has an indefinite volume. 7) Sublimation is a) The direct change from a solid to a gas. and vice versa. b) The direct change from a gas to a solid. c) Change of state from a liquid to a gas. d) Change of state from a solid to a liquid. 8) Condensation is a) Change of state from a solid to a gas. b) Change of state from a gas to a liquid. c) Change of state from a liquid to a gas. d) Change of state from a solid to a liquid. 9) Which is FALSE concerning evaporation a) It involves a change of state from a liquid to a gas. b) It occurs at any temperature. c) It occurs at the surface of a liquid. d) It occurs throughout the liquid. 10) Which is TRUE concerning boiling? a) It occurs at any temperature. b) It occurs at a particular temperature. c) It is a change of state from a gas to liquid. d) It involves gas particles. 11) Which two factors affect change in state of matter? a) Temperature and Pressure. b) Temperature and Volume c) Mass and Temperature. d) Pressure and Mass 12) Which process below does not requires heat in order to occur? a) Boiling b) Evaporation c) Freezing d) Melting 13) The kinetic or particle theory of matter states that they exist as particles possessing kinetic energy so are capable of movement. a) True b) False 14) Which state of matter can only move about a fixed point or mean position? a) Plasma b) Gas c) Solid d) Liquid 15) This crystalline lattice represents a) Plasma b) Solids c) Liquids d) Gases

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