# 1) Which list includes only bulk properties of matter?(1 point)

kinetic energy, strength of electrical forces, vapor pressure

boiling point, surface tension, vapor pressure

boiling point, strength of electrical forces, vapor pressure

boiling point, kinetic energy, surface tension

2)Substance Boiling Point (ºC)
acetone 56
turpentine 160
propane –43
glycerin 290
In which substance are the electrostatic forces between molecules the strongest? (1 point)
propane

acetone

glycerin

turpentine

3)Which phrase best describes the vapor point of a substance?(1 point)
the amount of heat energy required to change a substance from a liquid to a gas

the strength of the bonds between molecules of a substance that is in a gaseous state

the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance in its gaseous state

the temperature at which additional heat energy causes the substance to change from a liquid to a gas

4)Which procedure would produce the best data for comparing the electrostatic forces between the molecules of different substances?(1 point)
Heat each substance in solid form for the same amount of time. Measure the temperature of each substance.

Heat each substance in liquid form for the same amount of time. Measure the temperature of each substance.

Heat each substance in solid form to its melting point. Measure the quantity of each substance that has melted.

Heat each substance in liquid form to its boiling point. Measure the temperature of each substance.

5)A student wants to conduct an investigation on vapor pressure. Which statement describes how vapor pressure is related to an observable phase change?(1 point)
A liquid boils when the vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure.

A liquid boils when the vapor pressure equals the boiling point.

A liquid freezes when the vapor pressure equals the melting point.

A liquid freezes when the vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure.

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1. Stop Being a B is wrong! I just took the test and you got me a 0. The correct answers are
1. Boiling point, Surface Tension, and vapor Pressure
2. Glycerin
3. the temperature at which additional heat energy causes the substance to change from a liquid to a gas
4.Heat each substance in liquid form to its boiling point. Measure the temperature of each substance.
5. A liquid boils when the vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure.
I hope this helps!

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2. Nuggie is 100% correct, i just took it!

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3. for the Electrical Bonding Investigation Plan quick check these are the answers i just took it
1. A
2. D
3.A
4.D
5. C

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4. boiling point, surface tension, vapor pressure

Is the only one that describes the stuff itself, not what is happening with it.

No, I am not going to do your homework for you.

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