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  • Jeopardy Game Matter (SOL 5.4)
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  • States of Matter Phases 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Solutions/ Mixtures 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Physical/ Chemical Changes 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 50 pts
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  • Question 1 Which state of matter has a definite shape and volume? solids Check Answer
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  • Question 2 What do solids, liquids, and gases have in common? All matter, take up space, have particles. Check Answer
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  • Question 3 Which state of matter has very fast moving particles? gases Check Answer
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  • Question 4 Which state of matter does not have a definite volume or shape? gas Check Answer
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  • Question 5 What is the major difference between the 3 states of matter? Different particle arrangements. Check Answer
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  • Question 6 What is added or taken away from matter to make it change states? heat Check Answer
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  • Question 7 True or False? Phase changes are reversible? True. Water can freeze and melt back to a liquid. Check Answer
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  • Question 8 What is the process of a gas cooling to a liquid known as? condensation Check Answer
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  • Question 9 Which two processes can change a liquid to a gas? Boiling and evaporation Check Answer
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  • Question 10 Dry ice turning to a gas in warm water is best known as what? sublimation Check Answer
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  • Question 11 A combination of 2+ substances where physical properties are kept and are easily separable is known as what? mixture Check Answer
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  • Question 12 A mixture where one substance dissolves in another and isnt easily separable is known as what? solution Check Answer
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  • Question 13 Is it easier to separate a solution or a mixture? Mixture, because no dissolving has taken place. Check Answer
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  • Question 14 Is sand combined with water a solution or a mixture? Mixture, because nothing has dissolved. Check Answer
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  • Question 15 Name 2 ways solutions and mixtures are different from one another. Mixtures are easily separable and keep properties. Solutions arent easily separable and involve dissolving. Check Answer
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  • Question 16 A change in which appearance is different but nothing new forms is what? Physical change Check Answer
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  • Question 17 Changes that create a new substance or substances is what? Chemical change Check Answer
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  • Question 18 Is a rotting orange a chemical or physical change? Chemical, because mold forms on the surface. Check Answer
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  • Question 19 Name 2 signs of a chemical change happening. Increase in temperature, color change, odor/taste change, fizzing or bubbling, burning. Check Answer
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  • Question 20 Are state changes between types of matter physical or chemical changes? Physical, because nothing new is being created. Check Answer

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