What is the result of balancing between intermolecular forces and thermal energy?
  • a) matter
  • b) three States of matter
  • c) four States of matter
  • d) chemical bond formation
Which state of matter is likely to form when there is a predominance of intermolecular energy?
  • a) solid
  • b) liquid
  • c) gas
  • d) both solid and gas
A gas can be liquefied only through an increase in compression.
  • a) true
  • b) false
Gas is readily formed in case of predominance of ___________
  • a) intermolecular energy
  • b) thermal energy
  • c) both intermolecular energy and thermal en energy
  • d) neither intermolecular energy nor thermal energy
In the case of ice which energy do you think that is predominant?
  • a) Thermal energy
  • b) Intermolecular energy
  • c) Intermolecular energy
  • d) Heat energy
The following are the temperatures of milk in Celsius. In which of the following, do you think intermolecular forces are predominant than thermal energy?
  • a) 35
  • b) 82
  • c) 50
  • d) 9
What is a term used for the conversion of solid into gas directly?
  • a) Evaporation
  • b) Sublimation
  • c) Condensation
  • d) Melting
Particles in a solid __________
  • a) are tightly packed
  • b) are loosely packed
  • c) move continuously
  • d) collide with each other
Compressibility is high in case of ___________
  • a) solids
  • b) liquids
  • c) gases
  • d) both solids and liquids have the same amount of compressibility
During the process of freezing the temperature is _________
  • a) constant
  • b) increasing
  • c) decreasing
  • d) irregular
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