REGULAR QUIZZES - REGULAR TOPIC 2 Matter & Energy SET D
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QUESTION 1. How might a salt water and sand mixture be separated?

(A) Filtration
(B) Chromatography
(C) Distillation
(D) Shaking
(E) Some other method

QUESTION 2. Which of the following properties is NOT a physical property?

(A) Color
(B) Odor
(C) Hardness
(D) Reactivity with acid
(E) Density

QUESTION 3. When a liquid is given sufficient energy for its particles to overcome the attractive forces holding them together, which process will be observed to take place?

(A) Melting
(B) Evaporating
(C) Solidifying
(D) Sublimation
(E) Freezing

QUESTION 4. Which of the following describes the motion of particles in a solid?

(A) They do not move at all
(B) They move over one another
(C) They have a great deal of energy and spread out
(D) They vibrate around fixed positions
(E) None of the above

QUESTION 5. What type of matter does the following statement best represent? It has a uniform composition within one sample but the composition may vary from sample to sample.

(A) Element
(B) Homogeneous mixture
(C) Heterogeneous mixture
(D) Compound
(E) Any mixture




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