Quiz Name: Forces in Solids, Liquids and Gases.
Type: Question and Answer
Instructions: Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Check your answers by clicking on “answer key” below the last question.
Question 1: Who came up with the law showing the relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas?
Question 2: These type of device used compressed air to operate.
Question 3: What is the property that allows matter to return to its original shape after being distorted by a force?
Question 4: Force per unit of area is this.
Question 5: The tendency of the same types of molecules to attract each other is called this.
Question 6: The attraction of different types of molecules to each other is called this.
Question 7: The cohesion of water molecules at the surface of a container of water causes this.
Question 8: The movement of liquids in fine hairlike tubes is called this.
Question 9: Who came up with the law to show the relationship between the temperature and volume of a gas?(name does end with an s)
Question 10: What can you do to a gas that you cannot do to a liquid or a solid?
Question 11: Who came up with the law to show that when pressure is applied to a liquid it spreads ut equally in all directions through the liquid?
Question 12: What applies to any device that works by putting pressure on a liquid?
Question 13: When gas molecules collide with the walls of a container this is produced.
Question 14: The unit of force used in this chapter is
Question 15: When an object is stretch beond the point where it can return to its original shape that material is said to have reached what?
Question 16: What is more elastic, steel or rubber? (can come back to its original shape when more force is placed on it)
Question 17: What causes capillary action, adhesion or cohesion?
Question 18: If you were a scientist produce the best kind of tape would you be looking at adhesion or cohesion?
Question 19: What would the volume of 300ml of a gas become if the pressure was tripled?
Question 20: What would the volume of 300ml of a gas become if the temperature was tripled?