Chemistry Unit 1 GCSE AQA

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What do we add to limestone to break it down into calcium oxide and carbon dioxide?
Heat
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What is the chemical name for slaked lime?
Calcium hydroxide
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What is the type of reaction called when we get a metal oxide such as copper oxide and react it with carbon?
Reduction reaction
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What tool/machine do we use to carry out this process?
Blast Furnace
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What do we call a metal containing another metal?
Alloy
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What does crude oil contain?
Hydrocarbons
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An alkene is saturated?
False
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How many hydrogen atoms does butane have?
10
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Lighter fractions (from being distilled) have a higher boiling point?
False
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How are hydrocarbons broken down by the process of cracking?
Passed over a catalyst allowing thermal decomposition take place.
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Why do we harden oils?
To make them spreadable
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What does hydrophilic mean? (to do with emulsions)
Water lover
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What stopped scientists in 1920 believing Wegener's theory of continental drift?
There was a land bridge connecting West Africa with South America
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What caused a rise in sulphur dioxide levels in the early atmosphere?
Volcanoes
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If we extract nitrogen from the air, what is a use of it?
Freezing food
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To work out how many neutrons are in an atom we do, mass number - proton number?
True
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Do metals lose electrons and become positive ions?
Yes
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Alysha

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Thanks, great quiz :)

Christopher McCormick

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Question 21's answer is actually FALSE, because the MASS NUMBER - PROTON NUMBER = NEUTRON NUMBER

PROTON NUMBER = ELECTRON NUMBER

:) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

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Thanks Alysha :)

and i know Christopher, i typed it up wrong :P sorry 
I've changed it now :D 

jess

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Max

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very useful :)

Beth

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thanks very useful, but i thought metals lose electrons to become positive ions, not that they lose ions. I'm not saying your wrong i just want to know because Ive got an exam coming up and know im confused!

:) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

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Sorry Beth another typo of mine and yes metals always lose electrons to become positive ions :P

aida

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Samantha

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it really helped!:')

sabrynas

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it won't check my answers

berry77

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doesn't check my answers

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