Limestone and building materials

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1. What is calcuim hydroxide?

  • A mixture of metals
  • An alkali, that can be used to neutralise acids
  • An acid, that can be used to neutralise alkalis
  • A mixture of calcuim and carbon
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2. Why is concrete an important building material?

  • Due to it being a good conductor of heat
  • Due to it's strength
  • Due to it being inexpensive
  • Due to it being renewable

3. What is limestone made from?

  • Carbon dioxide
  • Calcuim carbonate
  • Calcuim hydroxide
  • Calcuim oxide

4. How is concrete made?

  • When cement is mixed with sand and aggregate
  • When cement is mixed with sand and mortar
  • When cement is mixed with sand and calcuim carbonate
  • When cement is mixed with aggregate and mortar

5. What can calcuim carbondate be broken down into?

  • Calcuim hydroxide solution
  • Calcuim oxide and carbon dioxide
  • Calcuim dioxide and carbon oxide
  • Calcuim hydroxide

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