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States of Matter

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1. The conversion of matter from solid state to liquid state is called

Vaporization.
Melting.
Evaporation.

2. The direct conversion of solid to gas is called

Sublimation.
Evaporation.
Condensation.

3. Which of the following does not take the shape of the container it is in?

A pencil.
Oil.
Water.

4. I can easily compress the water in a jar to reduce its volume.

True.
False.

5. When water evaporates , it turns into solid.

True
False

6. Which state of matter spreads itself thinner and thinner until it fills the entire volume of the container irrespective of its size?

Liquid
Gas
Solid

7. Water expands in all directions to take the shape of the container it is in.

False.
True

8. Tick the correct statement:

An ice cube becomes gas at its melting point.
An ice cube becomes liquid at its melting point.

9. Choose the right statement
a .
In solids the molecules are packed the closest together.
b . In gases the molecules are spread out the most.
c . In liquids the molecules are packed closer together.

Statement a alone is right.
Statement
b alone is right.
Statement
c alone is right.
All the above statements are right.
All the above statements are wrong.

10. Pick the true statement/s:

Liquids can freeze.
Gases can freeze.
Solids can freeze.

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