States of Water Quiz

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Which physical state of water requires the most energy to change to another state?

Gas (water vapor)

At what temperature does water boil?

100°C

What process occurs when water changes from a gas to a liquid state?

Condensation

What is the primary factor that affects the rate of evaporation of water?

Surface area exposed to air

What process occurs when water changes from a liquid to a gas state?

Evaporation

What is the primary factor that affects the rate of dissolving of a solute in water?

Temperature of water

What process occurs when water changes from a solid to a liquid state?

Melting

What is the primary factor that affects the rate of condensation of water vapor?

Temperature

What is the process called when water droplets in a cloud fall as rain?

Precipitation

What is the process called when clouds are carried to other places by the wind?

Transportation

Which of the following statements is true about solubility in water?

The solubility of a substance in water changes with temperature

Which of the following is NOT a type of impurity that can be removed by sedimentation and filtration?

Mineral salts

Which method can be used to kill microorganisms in water?

Chlorine

What can happen during a red tide?

All of the above

How can human and animal waste in water be harmful?

It can carry harmful microorganisms

What is the main cause of water pollution?

All of the above

What is the water treatment process in Hong Kong?

Sedimentation, filtration, adding chlorine and fluoridation

What can happen if we eat seafood contaminated with toxins during a red tide?

We may get poisoned

Why is fresh water a precious natural resource?

It is limited in supply

What can happen if the population of algae increases rapidly in water?

A red tide may result

Test your knowledge of the different states of water and the changes it undergoes with this quiz. From melting ice to boiling water, see if you can match the temperature at which each process occurs and the energy absorbed or released.

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