C2 Quiz

Quiz on C2...on Rates of Reactions and the Haber Process

  • Created by: Rebecca
  • Created on: 15-01-11 20:12
What are the three ways that the speed of a reaction can be measured?
Precipitation, Volume of Gas given off, Change in Mass
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What is this statement called 'The rate of Reaction depends on how often and how hard the reacting particles collide with each other'
Collision Theory
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What does a catalyst do?
Lower the activation energy
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What happens if you increase the concentration of a solution in a reaction?
It increases collision
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What is an exothermic reaction?
One that gives out heat
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What happens if a reversible reaction takes place in a closed system?
A state of equilibrium will always be reached
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What are the reactants in the Haber Process?
Nitrogen and Hydrogen
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What is the operating pressure of the Haber Process?
200 atmospheres
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What temperature is used in the Haber Process?
450 degrees
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What are the products in the Haber Process?
Ammonia and Heat
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What are precipitate reactions used for
Remove poisonous ions from drinking water
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What do you get when you add a metal to an acid?
Salt and Hydrogen
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In a reaction, what does increasing the temperature do?
Speed up the reaction
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What do you get when you react an acid with a metal hydroxide?
Salt and Water
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Why is Ammonia neutralised?
To make fertiliser
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What is a precipitate?
An insoluble salt
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What four things does the rate of a reaction depend on?
Temperature, Concentration, Catalyst, Surface area
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Get Revising Moderator 2

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A useful resource in the style of the Science GCSE exam

Annabel Herman

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thanks, it would be a tad more useful if the correct answers were on there when you get one wrong though, thanks again :)

elsie

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thanks a lot this helped with my revision, i do agree though it would help loads if the correct answers were shown.

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thank you

Blou Jade Morgan

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you rockkk \m/

js

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Thank u :D very useful

DanT

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great quiz, but if you get 1 wrong you should be able to figure it out really, then at least you'l remember it

:) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

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Cool quiz, very helpful

Thanks ;)

Piper Stevens

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This is really helpful, thanks!

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