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Question 1: The most familiar mixture of two immiscible liquids in everyday life is the ________ and water in Italian salad dressing.
Cooking oilOlive oilVegetable fats and oilsButter

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  A typical phase diagram. The dotted line gives the anomalous behaviour of water. The green lines show how the freezing point can vary with pressure, and the blue line shows how the boiling point can vary with pressure. The red line shows the boundary where sublimation or deposition can occur.
  Structure of a classical monatomic liquid. Atoms have many nearest neighbors in contact, yet no long-range order is present.
  Radial distribution function of the Lennard-Jones model fluid.
  The formation of a spherical droplet of liquid water minimizes the surface area, which is the natural result of surface tension in liquids.

Question 3: ________ are commonly found in soaps and detergents.
Sodium lauryl sulfateAmphiphilePerfluorooctanoic acidSurfactant

Question 4: A manometer uses the weight of the liquid to indicate ________.
WindPrecipitation (meteorology)Atmospheric pressureLightning

Question 5: These properties make a liquid suitable for applications such as ________.
Islamic Golden AgeMuslim Agricultural RevolutionHydraulicsAl-Jazari

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Surface waves in water
  The formation of a spherical droplet of liquid water minimizes the surface area, which is the natural result of surface tension in liquids.
  Radial distribution function of the Lennard-Jones model fluid.
  

Question 7: Like a ________, a liquid is able to flow and take the shape of a container, but, like a solid, it resists compression.
Thermodynamic temperatureGasTemperatureSpecific heat capacity

Question 8: Liquid is one of the three classical ________.
State of matterPhase transitionBose–Einstein condensateSolid

Question 9: Unlike a solid, the ________ in a liquid have a much greater freedom to move.
MoleculeNeutronAtomElectron

Question 10: Similar arguments could be used to describe the effects of pressure on viscosity, where it may be assumed that the viscosity is chiefly a function of the volume for liquids with a finite ________.
AerodynamicsBernoulli's principleIdeal gasCompressibility







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