1. When a reversible reaction is at equilibrium, how does the rate of the forward reaction compare with the rate of the reverse reaction?
- The forward reaction and and reverse reaction occur simultaneously at the same rate.
- It depends on the reaction conditions.
- The forward reaction occurs at a faster rate than the reverse reaction.
- The reverse reaction occurs at a faster rate than the forward reaction.
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2. Why is a burette used in titrations?
- Being made of glass makes it a better tool to measure with.
- It is easier to use.
- It allows you to accurately and precisely determine volumes and dispense them in small volumes at a time.
- It has a tap at the bottom.
3. What is a main benefit of the Haber process?
- It is ethical.
- The raw materials are recycled.
- It is cheap.
- The reaction is reversible.
4. What costs are a factor of making ammonia by the Haber process?
- Extraction of materials, a catalyst, energy, equipment, wages.
- Wages, a catalyst, equipment.
- Raw materials, energy, wages.
- Extraction of materials, energy.
5. Which of the following is correct for all of the named precipitate reactions between sodium hydroxide and the metals?
- Aluminium = silver, Magnesium = white, Copper (II) = blue, Iron (II) = red, Iron (III) = brown
- Aluminium = white, Magnesium = white, Copper (II) = blue, Iron (II) = green, Iron (III) = brown
- Aluminium = white, Magnesium = white, Copper (II) = blue, Iron (II) = brown, Iron (III) = yellow
- Aluminium = white, Magnesium = white, Copper (II) = green, Iron (II) = green, Iron (III) = brown