Physics P1 - Kinetic Theory Quiz

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  • Created on: 23-07-15 18:18

1. Why can gases be compressed or squashed?

  • the particles are close together and have no space to move into
  • the particles are far apart and have space to move into
  • the particles are far apart and have no space to move into
  • the particles can move quickly in all directions
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2. What process is this when a solid changes to a liquid?

  • condensing
  • freezing
  • melting
  • boiling

3. When a gas is heated, what will happen to the particles?

  • they will gain kinetic energy which will make them move faster. This means the particles will collide with the walls more frequently
  • The particles will expand and take up more space so they are harder to compress
  • the particles will gain energy and eventually escape from the container
  • they will move more slowly. This means the particles will collide with the walls less frequently

4. Describe the arrangement of particles in a solid.

  • far apart: random
  • close together: regular pattern
  • far apart: regular pattern
  • close together: random

5. What process is this when a liquid changes to a solid?

  • boiling
  • condensing
  • freezing
  • melting

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