Particulate nature of matter

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Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry Quiz on Particulate nature of matter, created by Aleksandra Olszewska on 16/09/2013.
Aleksandra Olszewska
Quiz by Aleksandra Olszewska, updated more than 1 year ago
Aleksandra Olszewska
Created by Aleksandra Olszewska almost 11 years ago
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Question 1

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Arrangement of particles in all three states
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  • solid- lattice, regular shape liquid- random gas-random
  • random in all states
  • regular in all states

Question 2

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Volume and shape of states
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  • Solid fixed volume, own shape Liquid any volume takes shape of container Gas any volume, own shape
  • Solid fixed volume own shape Liquid fixed volume takes a shape of container Gas any volume takes shape of container

Question 3

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Particles
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  • Solid close together Liquid further than in solid gas far apart
  • Close together in solid and liquid far apart in gas

Question 4

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Name the forces beetween particles
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  • Particle forces
  • attractive forces
  • Simply forces

Question 5

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What happens when temp increases?
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  • Particles are heated, and they are starting to change state
  • Particles strarting to move faster, pressure is higher and state changes

Question 6

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Definition of diffusion
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  • Spreading particles within a solvent
  • Particles move along each other spreading the whole avaliable space

Question 7

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Why ice is a crystalline solid?
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  • Attractive forces beetween particles are weak, it is arranged in lattice
  • Attractive forces vibrate making ice heavy , arranged in lattice
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