|1. The energy needed for a liquid to boil is its _______.
2. Charles's law states that the volume of _____ increases when the temperature increases, at constant pressure.
3. Bernoulli's principle explains why _____.
4. An extremely hot mixture of electrically charged particles is _____.
5. When industries release hot water into streams and rivers, it is called _____.
6. Particles separate completely from each other in a(n) _____.
7. The state of matter that has a definite volume and a definite shape is _____.
8. The most common state of matter in the universe is _____.
9. In general, as a solid is heated, it _____.
10. A material's heat of fusion gives the amount of energy needed to _____.
11. Archimedes' principle states that the buoyant force on an object in a fluid is equal to
the _____ of the fluid displaced.
12. Pascal's principle is the basis for _____.
13. Changes in state can be interpreted in terms of _____.
14. _____ is caused by moving particles colliding with the inside walls of their container.
15. In most solids, the particles are arranged in repeating geometric patterns called _____.
16. There are _______ states of matter.
17. The state of a sample of matter depends on its _______.
18. The idea that all matter is made up of tiny particles in constant motion is called _______.
19. The shape of a liquid depends on ________.
20. The temperature at which all particle motion would stop is _______.
21. The state of matter in the sun and other stars is primarily _______.
22. Water that exceeds government limits for impurities is _______.
23. _______ is the process in which liquid changes to gas below the boiling point.
24. ________ is the amount of force exerted per unit of area.
25.ESSAY: Distinguish between the states of matter
(solid, liquid, gas) as related to the relative motion of molecules.
Go to the Notes