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Title: Matter Practice Quiz

Matter Practice Quiz
  • 2011

Which of the following is NOT an example of
  1. air
  2. heat
  3. smoke
  4. water vapor

All of the following are physical properties of
matter EXCEPT ____.
  1. mass
  2. color
  3. melting point
  4. ability to rust

Which state of matter has a definite volume and
definite shape?
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. both b and c

Which of the following is a homogeneous mixture?
  1. salt water
  2. beef stew
  3. sand and water
  4. soil

Which of the following items is NOT a compound?
  1. baking soda
  2. salad dressing
  3. sugar
  4. table salt

Which of the following processes does NOT involve
a change in chemical properties?
  1. rusting
  2. fermenting
  3. boiling
  4. burning

A golf ball has more mass than a tennis ball
because it ____.
  1. takes up more space
  2. contains more matter
  3. contains different kinds of matter
  4. has a definite composition

Separating a solid from a liquid by evaporating
the liquid is called ____.
  1. filtration
  2. condensation
  3. solution
  4. distillation

A substance that can be separated into two or
more substances only by a chemical change is a(n)
  1. solution
  2. element
  3. mixture
  4. compound

CO2,carbon dioxide, is a(n)
  1. Element
  2. Compound
  3. Homogeneous mixture
  4. Heterogeneous mixture

Which of the following is NOT a way to separate a
homogeneous mixture?
  1. chromatography
  2. distillation
  3. evaporation
  4. filtration

Distillation is a separating technique that takes
advantage of differences in
  1. melting point
  2. boiling point
  3. freezing point
  4. liquids

Each is a sign of a chemical reaction EXCEPT
  1. Gas released
  2. State of matter change
  3. Heat exchange
  4. Light emitted

During a chemical reaction there is
  1. Less mass at the end than when you start
  2. More mass at the end than when you start
  3. Equal mass at the beginning and end
  4. No way to tell how much mass at the end

Magnetism is what type of property?
  1. Chemical
  2. Physical
  3. Both physical and chemical
  4. Neither physical nor chemical

Why can mixtures be separated easily?
  1. They are chemical combinations of elements.
  2. They are only made of one type of atom.
  3. They are made of only 2 types of atoms.
  4. They are not chemically combined.

To successfully separate a mixture of sand and
sugar you should
  1. Dissolve the sugar and filter the sand
  2. Dissolve the sand and filter the sugar
  3. Distill the sugar from the sand
  4. Evaporate water from the sand and sugar