6th grade Science Solids, Liquids & Gases

  1. A kind of matter that keeps its shape and volume is a __________.
    solid
  2. A liquid has_______.
    a fixed volume
  3. The particles of a gas________.
    can spread far apart
  4. Making ice cubes from liquid water is and example of_______.
    frezzing
  5. When the particles of a gas lose thermal energy, they move_______.
    slower
  6. Which is an example of vaporization?
    puddle drying up
  7. At high pressure, gas particles push against the walls of a container_____.
    hard and often
  8. According to Boyle's Law, as the volume of a gas is made smaller, the pressure of the gas____.
    gets higher
  9. As the temperature of a gas in a rigid container gets higher, its pressure_______.
    gets higher
  10. A graph is a diagram that shows______.
    how two things are related
  11. Matter that can take the volume and the shape of its container is______.
    gas
  12. The direct change from a solid to a gas is called_______.
    sublimation
  13. Gas particles pushing on the wall of the container cause gas_____.
    pressure
  14. According to Charles Law, as the temperature of a gas increases,
    increases
  15. When ice cubes turn to water, the ice cubes are____.
    melting
  16. True/False  The particles of a solid are closely packed together.
    true
  17. True/False Air is an example of a liquid.
    false
  18. True/False Condensation takes place when the particles of a gas lose enough thermal energy to form a liquid.
    true
  19. True/False  When the temperature is high, gas particles move very slowly.
    false
  20. True/False  As the volume of a gas gets larger, the gas pressure gets higher.
    false
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6th grade Science Solids, Liquids & Gases
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6th grade Science Solids, Liquids & Gases
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