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Evaporation is when a liquid changes phase into a gas. What is a good example of this process? A. ice melting in a glass of water B. water boiling in a pot on a stove C. soap bubbles bursting in a sink full of dishes D. carbon dioxide released from a can of a fizzy drink
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Atoms in a solid state could best be compared to a group of people A. sitting on a crowded bus. B. jogging around an outdoor track. C. running around a large field playing soccer. D. working at different stations in a classroom.
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An example of a substance with a definite volume and a definite shape is A. a steel beam. B. melted ice cream. C. a helium balloon rising. D. electrons in a cloud surrounding an atomic nucleus.
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An example of a substance with a definite volume and a definite shape is a steel beam.
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The specific temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a gas is an example of a A. chemical bond. B. chemical change. C. physical property. D. chemical property.
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The specific temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a gas is an example of a physical property.
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Frozen CO2, or "dry ice", can change directly from a solid to a gas. What is this type of change called? A. boiling B. sublimation C. evaporation D. condensation
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