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2. What is an allotrope?

  • Forms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons
  • Different forms of the same element that exist in the same physical state.
  • Same forms of the same element that have different uses
  • Same forms of the same element that have a different chemical state

3. What is Diamond often used for?

  • An electrical conductor
  • A conductor of heat
  • Drilling
  • Lead in pencils

4. What colour is the solution formed when Buckministerfullerene dissolves in petrol?

  • Deep orange
  • Black
  • Deep red
  • Deep blue

5. Which of the following is composed entirely of interlocking tetrahedral carbon atoms?

  • Amorphous carbon
  • Nanotubes
  • Diamond
  • Graphite

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