chemistry core

what are the three fossil fuels
coal , oil , natural gases
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fossil fuels are
non renewable
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what crude oil is used for aircraft
kerosine
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what compounds do crude oil contain
hydrocarbons
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cracking is used to make
more useful compounds
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cracking is a type of reaction called
thermal decomposition
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what alcohol has 2 carbon atoms
ethanol
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how many isomers are there of butanol
4
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what is the main gas causing global warming
carbon dioxide
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2 green house gases are
water vapour and carbon dioxide
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which gas cuases acid rain
sulfur dioxide
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how can a lake be made less acidic
add powdered limestone
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how many bonds does an alkane have
single bonds only
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how many bonds do alkenes have
at least one double bond
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saturated
a molecule only single bonds between the carbon atoms
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how many carbon atoms does propene have
3
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alkenes can be distinguished from alkanes using
bromine water
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the polymer made from ethene is
poly (propene)
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poly(ethene) is used to make
plastic bags
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a thermosetting polymer will stay
solid when you heat it
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poly (chloroethene) ( PVC) is used as
electrical wire insulation
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fossil fuels are

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non renewable

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what crude oil is used for aircraft

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what compounds do crude oil contain

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cracking is used to make

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