treasurehunt_gasesaroundus

treasurehunt_gasesaroundus - 1. 2. 3. Whatarethe3states...

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1.  What are the 3 states  of matter? 2.  Which state of matter  is easy to squash? 3.  Which state of matter  cannot be poured? 4.  What happens to  perfume if the top is  left off the bottle? 5.  What colour is air? 6.  Natural gas is a fuel.  What do we mean by  fuel?
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7.  Which state of matter  is runny? 8.  Which state of matter  has a fixed shape? 9.  Which state must a  material be in to be  smelt?  10.  What is meant by non- renewable? 11.  Which gas is 20% of  the air we breathe? 12.  What happens to a  burning candle if there  is no oxygen?
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13.  Name the gas which  makes drinks fizzy. 14.  Which is the lightest of  all gases? 15.  What is meant by  condensation? 16.  What is meant by  evaporation? 17.  What must you do to  steam to change it into  water? 18.  What does this symbol  mean?
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19.  Name 2 processes that  need oxygen  20.  Which safe gas is used  in birthday balloons?
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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