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The Metric System, States and Properties of Matter Test Study Guide
Review Your Documents Beginning with Document 7
1. In the metric system, we always use _______________ instead of fractions.
2. The metric system is based on the number____________________
3. Fill in the blanks with the correct prefix to complete the metric system:
kilo ________ ________ basic unit _________ _________ milli
4. Convert 7.1cm to mm ___________________________________
5. Write the base units for Volume ___________Mass___________Length_________
6. Be able to determine the volume of a substance using the 3 methods on your metric notes.
7. Know how to use a triple beam balance and determine the mass of a substance in a container or measure out a substance.
States of Matter
1. ________________ is anything that has mass and volume (takes up space). Give examples of matter and non-matter.
2. There are ________ known states of matter: solid, liquid, gas, plasma, Bose-Einstein condensates, and fermionic condensates. Be able to give examples of the first 4.
3. ____________________ : has a definite shape and a definite volume
4. ____________________: does not have a definite shape but does have definite volume
5. ____________________: does not have a definite shape and volume
6. ____________________: has an indefinite shape, indefinite volume and ions.
7. ____________________: particles that have gained or lost electrons. Have a charge.
8.____________________&_____________________________: occur at almost absolute zero
9.____________________: no electrical resistance, will carry a current forever
10.____________________: no friction, will flow forever.
11. What is heat?__________________________________What is cold?__________________
12. What is absolute zero?_______________________________________________________
13. Be able to identify
the changes of state: ionization, deionization, evaporation, condensation,
melting, freezing, sublimation, and deposition.
14. What is the boiling point of water in Celcius________________Freezing Point__________
Properties of Matter
1. ___________________: a little ball or rounded mass; example: jelly beans
2. ___________________: a dry substance in fine dust like particles; example: flour
3. ___________________: a small grain-like particle; example: sand
4. ___________________: atoms/molecules in the solid are arranged in a pattern; ex: salt
5. ___________________: describes traits/characteristics of matter thatare observed without changing the matter (ex: color, density, texture).
6. ___________________: when matter changes appearance but remain the same chemically
1. If an object is denser than water it would ______________ in water.
2. If an object is less dense than water it would _____________ in water.
3. What is the formula to find density? ____________________
4. The unit for density is _________________________ or ________________________
5. When heat increases, the density of a substance __________________
6. If the mass of a substance is 10g and its volume is 5 ml what is its density?______________
7. If you have 2 samples of the same substance, but they are different sizes are their densities different?
8. To go from liquid to gas, thermal energy (heat) must be ________________to overcome the bonds.
Review your labs. Make sure that you understand the concepts and not just the terms. Be able to explain what we did and why.