Uses of Crude Oil

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1. How is acid rain formed?

  • Sulfur reacts with Carbon dioxide to form a precipitate
  • Sulfur Dioxide reacts with Water in the atmosphere to form Sulfuric Acide
  • Carbon monoxide reacts with Ozone to form an acidic precipitate
  • Chlorine reacts with Hydrogen in the atmosphere to form Hydrochloric Acid
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2. What products are formed when combustion is incomplete?

  • Ozone and Sulfur
  • Carbon monoxide and Carbon
  • Sulfur and Carbon Monoxide
  • Carbon dioxide and Water

3. Which of the following is not a fraction of crude oil?

  • Kerosene
  • Petrol
  • Polyethene
  • Diesel Oil
  • Bitumen

4. What are the two products of complete combustion?

  • Carbon and Sulfur
  • Carbon Dioxide and Water
  • Water and Carbon
  • Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide

5. Which three gases trap heat in the Earth's Atmosphere?

  • Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Water Vapour
  • Oxygen, Helium and Carbon Dioxide
  • Methane, Butane and Propane
  • Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen

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