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Matter

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Matter

Q1. In which state of matter does the particles have the least amount of Kinetic Energy?

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Gases Liquids Solids None of the above

Q2. In the process of condensation, the gas particles have to ___________________

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gain heat give up heat generate heat None of the above

Q3. Change of state directly from a gas to a solid is _______________________

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Depositon

Freezing

Melting

Sublimation

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CO2 present in the air is directly converted into dry ice at _______________________

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low temperature & high pressure high temperature & high pressure low temperature & low pressure high temperature & low pressure

Q5. Meling point and freezing point are __________________

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different same almost equal not related

Q6. In which state of matter does the particles have the most amount of Kinetic Energy?

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Gases Liquids Solids None of the above

Q7. Kinetic Theory of Matter explains

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Constant random motion of particles Interparticle space Interparticle Attraction All of the above

Q8. Petroleum can be fillied into cooking gas cylinders compressed easily due to

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high interparticle space low Kinetic Energy high latent heat of vaporiazation None of the above

Q9. When a substance changes from liquid to solid or vice cersa, the amount of heat released or absorbed is called __________________

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latent heat of evaporation latent heat of boiling latent heat of fusion None of the above

Q10. When ice melts the temperature of the ice ____________________

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remains contant at 0 increases from 0 decreases from 0 remains contant at 4

Q11. Opposite of melting is freezing; Opposite of Vaporizing is _______

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Boiling Condensing Sublimation Deposition

Q12. The formula for the amount of heat released or absorbed during phase change by a substance is _______________________

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m x L m/L m x L m/L