Per5_exercise - Period 5 Exercises Answers E.1 An increase...

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Period 5 Exercises Answers E.1 An increase in the temperature of a solid usually a) decreases the average molecular separation. b) causes the molecules to melt. c) increases the average molecular separation. d) causes the electrons to transfer to lower energy levels. e) NONE of the statements is correct. E.1 = c E.2 Evaporation is a process a) that increases the temperature of liquids. b) where slow molecules increase their speed. c) caused by cooling. d) that results in a decrease of the temperature of liquids. e) NONE of the statements is correct. E.2 = d
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When water is cooled to form ice there is a decrease in a) the kinetic energy of the molecules. b) the latent heat of the water. c) the intermolecular force. d) molecular contraction. e) Both a) and b) are correct. E.3 = a E.4 When you transfer heat to a substance, you always increase its a) latent heat. b) specific heat. c) temperature. d)
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