Solids, Liquids & Gases Worksheet-6
(A) Sugar molecules occupy the empty space between the water molecules and get dissolved
(B) Sugar does not dissolve in water
(C) It forms a layer on the top of water
(A) Solid (B) Liquid (C) Gas
(A) Sugar in water (B) Water in milk (C) Sand in water
(A) Water and sand both
(A) Steam formed on the plate cools down and forms water droplet
(B) Vapours are formed on the back side of the plate
(C) None of these
(A) Solute (B) Solvent (C) Solution
(A) It sinks (B) It floats (C) Water spills out
(A) To allow expansion and contraction of metal due to change in temperatures
(B) To allow the train movement in proper manner
(C) To reduce the risk of train accidents
(A) Liquid propeller gas
(B) Liquid petrol gas
(C) Liquefied petroleum gas
(A) Liquids change their shape on applying force
(B) Solids change their shape on applying force
(C) Gases change their shape on applying force
Multiple Choice Questions (with more than one option):
(A) Ice (B) Wood (C) Candle
(D) Paper (E) Handkerchief
a. Water exists in all the three states of matter.
b. Solids have definite shape and volume.
c. Ice is formed on boiling the water.
d. Molecules of the substance vibrate faster on heating the substance.
e. The space between the molecules is least in gaseous state.
f. One drop of water has billions of water molecules.
g. The process of transformation (change) of liquid into gas is known as evaporation.
h. The space between the molecules is maximum in the gaseous state.
i. Water present in the air is known as water vapour.
Fill in the blanks:
(12) a. True; b. True; c. False; d. True; e. False; f. True; g. True; h. True; i. True
(13) evaporation/ evaporations