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Quiz: Crystalline Vs. Amorphous Solids Quiz

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1. Which of the following is true regarding the structure of a crystalline solid?

2. Amorphous solids differ from crystalline solids in which of the following ways?

3. Which of the following is an example of a crystalline solid?

4. In which type of solid would you find a regular repeating pattern of atoms?

5. Which type of solid exhibits a glassy or noncrystalline form?

6. Which type of substance has a homogeneous flat and smooth surface on the break.

7. Which of the following best describes the melting points of amorphous solids?

8. What is an example of an amorphous solid?

9. Which type of solid could have anisotropic properties, meaning their measurable properties change when measured in directionally dependent ways?

10. What is the primary reason for the isotropic properties (properties that are the same in all directions) of amorphous solids?