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The smallest unit of matter that exists freely in nature is called ...........

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

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Intermolecular space is maximum in ........ less in .......... and the least in ....

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

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Intermolecular force of attraction is maxiumum in ..........less in .......and the least in ..........

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

 Match the following

Column A Column B
(a) Molecules (i) Water boils
(b) 100° C (ii) Evaporation
(c) 0° C (iii) Changes from solid to gas
(d) At all temperatures (iv) Matter
(e) Camphor (v) Water freezes
[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Select the correct alternative

The inter-molecular force is maximum in

  1. solids
  2. gases
  3. liquids
  4. none of the above
[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Select the correct alternative

The inter-molecular space is maximum in

  1. liquids
  2. solids
  3. gases
  4. none of the above
[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

 Select the correct alternative

The molecules can move freely anywhere in

  1. gases
  2. liquids
  3. solids
  4. none of the above
[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

 Select the correct alternative

The molecules can move freely anywhere in

  1. gases
  2. liquids
  3. solids
  4. none of the above
[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Define the term matter. What is it composed of ?

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

What do you mean by the inter-molecular spaces ? How do they vary in different states of matter ?

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Which of the following are correct ?

Solids have definite shape and definite volume.

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Which of the following are correct ?

 Liquids have definite volume but do not have definite shape.

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Which of the following are correct ?

 Gases have definite volume but no definite shape.

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Which of the following are correct ?

Liquids have definite shape and definite volume.

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

Name the processes involved in two cases.

[1] Matter
Chapter: [1] Matter
Concept: Kinetic Theory of Matter

 Write true or false 

 The density of a piece of brass will change by changing its size or shape.

[2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Measurement of Density of Irregular Solids Using Eureka Can

Write true or false

Relative density of water is 1.0.

[2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Measurement of Density of Irregular Solids Using Eureka Can

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Mass = density x .........

[2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Measurement of Density of Irregular Solids Using Eureka Can

 Fill in the blank

 Density of water is .......Kg m-3.

[2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [2] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Measurement of Density of Irregular Solids Using Eureka Can

True and False 

The S.I. unit of force is kgf.

[3] Force and Pressure
Chapter: [3] Force and Pressure
Concept: Turning Effect of Force (Moment of Force)
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