Exam: Matter
According to the Law of Conservation of Mass, if mass cannot be created or destroyed (only changed) then where does the mass of a burning match go?  (List/describe at least three fates of its matter.)

 
 
 
 

According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, if mass cannot be created or destroyed (only changed) then where does the energy come from to operate a blender?  (List/describe at least three forms of energy is has been converted through.)
 
 
 
 

Use the two conditions in the definition of matter to prove that light is not matter.
 
 
 
 

Give three examples of substances with high viscosity found in a kitchen.
 
 
 
 

Give three examples of things under high pressure found in a garage.
 
 
 
 

Give three examples of substances with a higher density than water that would be found on a playground.
 
 
 
 

Give two examples of each of the following phases of matter that would be found in a car.
Solid: a)b)
Liquid a)b)
Gas: a)b)
 

Physical vs. chemical changes

Give an example of a metal undergoing a physical change. (Be specific.)
 

Give an example of a metal undergoing a chemical change. (Be specific.)
 

Give an example of a liquid undergoing a physical change. (Be specific.)
 

Give an example of a liquid undergoing a chemical change. (Be specific.)
 
 


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