Liquids/Liquid objects/Quiz

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Liquid objects is a lecture and an article about an object composed of a type of substance that can exist on the surface of the Earth and some other astronomical objects.

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Quiz[edit | edit source]


1 Yes or No, Rain can be liquid water in the form of droplets falling through an atmosphere.


2 Precipitation is likely to be which of the following?

water particles
snow flakes
ball bearings

3 True or False, Fluorine is the only halogen that occurs as a liquid at room temperature and pressure.


4 Precipitation products of the condensation of atmospheric water vapor are called

5 Chemistry phenomena associated with rain are

an epigenome
water molecules

6 True or False, Petroleum may contain liquid butane.


7 Complete the text:

Very small, numerous, and uniformly


, mist, or sprinkle that

to the ground is called


8 Complete the text:

Match up the type of precipitation detector with each of the possibilities below:
sensor pixels - A
rain rate - B
spurious false positives - C
tropical rainfall - D
global precipitation measurement - E
rain - F

retrieval algorithm

standard rain gauge

problem background types

GPM Core Observatory

contain precipitation


9 True or False, A liquid object can be as much as 99 % crystalline solid.


10 Complete the text:

Match up the rain with the phenomenon:
rain shaft - A
hailstone - B
lithometeor - C
plasma meteor - D
torrential water rain - E
red rain - F
forsterite rain - G
rainstorm - H






Hypotheses[edit | edit source]

  1. Liquid objects are less common in the interstellar medium than gaseous objects.

See also[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

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