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Match what is occurring at each phase of the diagram below.
A to B
F to E
C to B
D to E
E to D
Use the diagram below to match the states of matter.
1st diagram 2nd diagram 3rd diagram 4th diagram
Gas. Fly in all directions, very far apart, no definite shape and no definite volume. Can be easily compressed
Plasma. Occurs at very high temperatures in sun and stars, contains positively and negatively charged ions.
Solid. Definite shape and definite volume, arranged in regular crystalline repeating patterns. Move very little and vibrate in place.
Liquid. Molecules flow easily around one another. Take the shape of the container they are in. No definite shape, but a definite volume
Match the phase changes with their correct description.
Solid to Gas and Gas to Solid
Solid to Liquid
Liquid to Solid
Liquid to Gas
Gas to Liquid
Match the phases with their correct location on the phase change diagram below.
F to E
C to D
Match the Gas Laws with their correct description.
When temperature is held constant, as pressure increases volume decreases and vice versa.
When volume is held constant, as pressure increases temperature increases and vice versa.
When pressure is held constant, as temperature increases volume increases and vice versa.
Match each Gas Law with it’s correct graph.
1st Diagram 2nd Diagram 3rd Diagram
What three variables are in the Ideal Gas Law?
Which of the following statements about the particle of a gas is true?
Use the phase change diagram below to put the phase next to it’s correct letter (s).
The substance is energy as you go up the diagram, and energy as you go down the diagram.