LESSON TEST SCIENCE Name: ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Date: ________________________________________________________________________ Key: ________________ Chemical change density solubility solute
physical change solvent
Series 1. (1 point each) Vocabulary. Instructions: Use the vocabulary term from the list above that completes each sentence. 1. ______________________ is the ability of one substance to dissolve in another substance. 2. The property that compares the mass of an object with its volume is ______________________. 3. In a solution, the ____________________ is the substance that takes in, or dissolves the other substance. 4. A change in size, shape, or state of matter is a ___________________________. 5. The substance in a solution that is dissolved s called the _____________________________. 6. the quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies in a coin purse are a ______________________________________. 7. New substances with different properties are formed by a __________________________. 8. In a _____________________________________, substances are dissolved in other substances. Series 2. (1 point each) Instructions: Choose the letter that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. A chemical change results in a ______________. a. loss of matter or energy b. solution c. phase change d. different kind of matter 2. You make a solution when you mix _____________. a. salt and water b. sugar and cinnamon. h. vegetables in a salad. g. cheese sauce and macaroni 3. Which would make a sugar and water solution more dilute? a. Let water evaporate away b. Add sugar and stir c. Add water and stir. d. Heat to boil away water. 4. Which mixture is most likely a solution? a. muddy water b. cranberry juice c, potting soil d. milk Series 3. (1 point each) Instructions: Using your crayons, match the concept with the given picture. A physical change begins and ends with the same type of matter. An example is folding paper.
A change of state is a physical change From one state of matter to another.
A chemical change forms a new substance with different properties from the original matter.