Year 9 Chemistry Test - Limestone

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A Year 9 Chemistry Quiz

  
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1.  What is an advantage of using concrete to make building foundations?
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2.  Limestone is mostly made of what?
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3.  Slaked lime is a common name for which one of the following?
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4.  Why is aluminium extracted from aluminium ore by electrolysis? 
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5.  Which type of steel is likely to be used for making cutlery? 
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6.  Which of the following is a disadvantage of using glass for windows?
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7.  What happens to iron oxide in a blast furnace? 
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8.  Why is iron extracted from iron ore by reduction with carbon or carbon monoxide? 
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9.  Why does aluminium not corrode quickly?
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10.  What is the percentage of iron in the iron from a blast furnace? 
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11.  What is a benefit of a limestone quarry?
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12.  Which properties make aluminium suitable for overhead mains electricity cables? 
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13.  Why are alloys likely to be harder than pure metals? 
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14.  Transition metals are like other metals in what ways?
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15.  Why can gold be found in the Earth's crust in its native state?
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16.  Water is one of the ingredients of concrete. What are the other ingredients?
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17.  In comparison with steel, what is pure iron like? 
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18.  How do you produce calcium oxide from calcium carbonate?
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19.  Why is titanium expensive to extract from its ore?
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20.  What process is used to purify copper?
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