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  • 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
  • 2. A: B: solvent insoluble C: D: solute soluble £100 which of these means it will dissolve?…
  • 3. Excellent!
  • 4. Unlucky!
    • That’s incorrect
  • 5. A: B: chromatography Filtration and evaporation C: D: magnetism distillation £200 Which of the following is used to separate salt and sand?
  • 6. Excellent!
  • 7. Sorry
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 8. A: B: air sulphur C: D: mercury water £300 Which of the following is a compound?
  • 9. Fantastic
  • 10. Oh dear!
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 11. A: B: Ca C C: D: CA Cm £500 What is the correct symbol for calcium?
  • 12. Brilliant
  • 13. Sorry
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 14. A: B: displacement burning C: D: Breaking up oxidising £1,000 Combustion is another word for ?
  • 15. Well done!
  • 16. Unlucky!
    • You should have got that!
  • 17. A: B: bleach Orange juice C: D: vinegar Pure water £2,000 Which of the following is neutral?
  • 18. Super!
  • 19. Oh no!
    • That’s incorrect!…
  • 20. A: B: medadentary igneous C: D: metamorphic sedimentary £4,000 Which type of rocks are made from molten magma?
  • 21. Very good!
  • 22. Incorrect
    • So near and yet so far!
  • 23. A: B: products displacements C: D: reactants starters £8,000 Chemicals that start reactions are called ?
  • 24. Very good!
  • 25. Sorry!
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 26. A: B: Copper and iron Copper sulphate and iron C: D: Copper and iron sulphate Copper and sulphuric acid £16,000 Iron + copper sulphate makes ?
  • 27. Very good!
  • 28. Unlucky
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 29. A: B: dissolving C: D: melting Digestion burning rusting Digestion £32,000 Which of these words describes corroding?
  • 30. Brilliant!
  • 31. Unfortunately…
    • That’s incorrect!
  • 32. A: B: Lit splint limewater C: D: Glowing splint Universal indicator £64,000 What do you use to test for hydrogen?
  • 33. Well done!
  • 34. I’m sorry
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 35. A: B: platinum copper C: D: calcium zinc £125,000 Which of these is most reactive?
  • 36. Very good!
  • 37. Incorrect
    • You should have got that one!
  • 38. A: B: oxygen methane C: D: argon Carbon dioxide £250,000 What gas exists as single atoms ?
  • 39. Excellent!
  • 40. Wrong Choice!
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 41. A: B: oxygen hydrogen C: D: Carbon dioxide methane £500,000 Metal carbonates release which gas with acid?
  • 42. Very Good!
  • 43. Sorry!
    • That’s incorrect…
  • 44. A: B: C: D: blackcurrant lime grapefruit lemon £ 1,000,000 What do farmers add to soil to neutralise acid ?
  • 45. Fantastic!
  • 46. Unlucky
    • You were nearly a millionaire!
  • 47. Thank you for playing! Thank you for playing!