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3 15£1,000,000(100 Bonuses) 14£500,000(80 Bonuses) 13£250,000(60 Bonuses) 12£125,000(50 Bonuses) 11£64,000(40 Bonuses) 10£32,000(30 Bonuses) 9£16,000(25 Bonuses) 8£8,000(20 Bonuses) 7£4,000(15 Bonuses) 6£2,000(10 Bonuses) 5£1,000(5 Bonus) 4£500(4 Bonus) 3£300(3 Bonus) 2£200(2 Bonus) 1£100(1 Bonus)

4 The test for ammonia gas involves …….. damp red litmus Sulphuric acidSodium Hydroxide damp blue litmus

5 The test for ammonia gas involves …….. Sulphuric acidSodium Hydroxide damp blue litmusdamp red litmus

6 The test for ammonia gas involves …….. Sulphuric acidSodium Hydroxide damp blue litmusdamp red litmus

7 The test for ammonia gas involves …….. Sulphuric acidSodium Hydroxide damp blue litmusdamp red litmus

8 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6£2,000 5£1,000 4£500 3£300 2£200 1  £100

9 It is too unreactive Why can’t most plant absorb Nitrogen directly from the air? It is too reactive It is too stableThey do not want to

10 Why can’t most plant absorb Nitrogen directly from the air? It is too unreactiveIt is too reactive It is too stableThey do not want to

11 Why can’t most plant absorb Nitrogen directly from the air? It is too unreactiveIt is too reactive It is too stableThey do not want to

12 Why can’t most plant absorb Nitrogen directly from the air? It is too unreactiveIt is too reactive It is too stableThey do not want to

13 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6£2,000 5£1,000 4£500 3£300 2  £200 1  £100

14 Nitrogen Which of the following is not a raw material used in the Haber Process? AirNatural gas Steam

15 Which of the following is not a raw material used in the Haber Process? Natural gasAir SteamNitrogen

16 Which of the following is not a raw material used in the Haber Process? Natural gasAir SteamNitrogen

17 Which of the following is not a raw material used in the Haber Process? Natural gasAir SteamNitrogen

18 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6£2,000 5£1,000 4£500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

19 an acid We can produce ammonia salts by reacting ammonia with ……….. an alkali a salta catalyst

20 We can produce ammonia salts by reacting ammonia with ……….. an acid a salt an alkali a catalyst

21 We can produce ammonia salts by reacting ammonia with ……….. an acid a salt an alkali a catalyst

22 We can produce ammonia salts by reacting ammonia with ……….. an acid a salt an alkali a catalyst

23 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6£2,000 5£1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

24 nitrates Eutrophication occurs due to the leaching of ……….. sulphates phosphates potassium

25 Eutrophication occurs due to the leaching of ……….. phosphates sulphates potassiumnitrates

26 Eutrophication occurs due to the leaching of ……….. phosphates sulphates potassiumnitrates

27 Eutrophication occurs due to the leaching of ……….. phosphates sulphates potassiumnitrates

28 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6£2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

29 three How many ways are there for Nitrogen fixing to occur? onetwo four

30 How many ways are there for Nitrogen fixing to occur? onetwo threefour

31 How many ways are there for Nitrogen fixing to occur? onetwo threefour

32 How many ways are there for Nitrogen fixing to occur? onetwo threefour

33 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7£4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

34 Iron The catalyst used in the Haber Process is ………. AmmoniaVanadium oxide Platinum and Rhodium

35 The catalyst used in the Haber Process is ………. Vanadium oxide Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia Iron

36 The catalyst used in the Haber Process is ………. Vanadium oxide Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia Iron

37 The catalyst used in the Haber Process is ………. Vanadium oxide Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia Iron

38 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8£8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

39 NO 3 All nitrates have the symbol …….. HNO 3 NH 3 Ni

40 All nitrates have the symbol …….. NO 3 NH 3 HNO 3 Ni

41 All nitrates have the symbol …….. NO 3 NH 3 HNO 3 Ni

42 All nitrates have the symbol …….. NO 3 NH 3 HNO 3 Ni

43 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9£16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

44 200°C The Haber process usually occurs at …… °C 650 °C 0 °C

45 The Haber process usually occurs at …….. 200°C 450 °C 650 °C 0 °C

46 The Haber process usually occurs at …….. 200°C 450 °C 650 °C 0 °C

47 The Haber process usually occurs at …….. 200°C 450 °C 650 °C 0 °C

48 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,000 10£32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

49 Phosphorous Which element do plants need for the growth of roots and for ripening fruit? Potassium Nitrogen Ammonia

50 Which element do plants need for the growth of roots and for ripening fruit? Nitrogen Ammonia Phosphorous Potassium

51 Which element do plants need for the growth of roots and for ripening fruit? Nitrogen Ammonia Phosphorous Potassium

52 Which element do plants need for the growth of roots and for ripening fruit? Nitrogen Ammonia Phosphorous Potassium

53 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,000 11£64,  £32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

54 Vanadium oxide The catalyst needed for the production of Sulphuric Acid is ……… Platinum and Rhodium IronAmmonia

55 The catalyst needed for the production of Sulphuric Acid is ……… Ammonia Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium

56 The catalyst needed for the production of Sulphuric Acid is ……… Ammonia Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium

57 The catalyst needed for the production of Sulphuric Acid is ……… Ammonia Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium

58 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,000 12£125,  £64,  £32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

59 Sulphuric acid Which of the following is not used in the testing for Nitric ions? aluminium Sodium Hydroxide red litmus

60 Which of the following is not used in the testing for Nitric ions? Sodium Hydroxide red litmus Sulphuric acid aluminium

61 Which of the following is not used in the testing for Nitric ions? Sodium Hydroxide red litmus Sulphuric acid aluminium

62 Which of the following is not used in the testing for Nitric ions? Sodium Hydroxide red litmus Sulphuric acid aluminium

63 15£1,000,000 14£500,000 13£250,  £125,  £64,  £32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

64 200 atmospheres The Haber Process usually occurs at a pressure of ……………. 400 atmospheres100 atmospheres 1 atmosphere

65 The Haber Process usually occurs at a pressure of ……………. 100 atmospheres 1 atmosphere 400 atmospheres 200 atmospheres

66 The Haber Process usually occurs at a pressure of ……………. 100 atmospheres 1 atmosphere 400 atmospheres 200 atmospheres

67 The Haber Process usually occurs at a pressure of ……………. 100 atmospheres 1 atmosphere 400 atmospheres 200 atmospheres

68 15£1,000,000 14£500,  £250,  £125,  £64,  £32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

69 Platinum and Rhodium The catalyst needed to produce Nitric Acid is …….. Vanadium oxide IronAmmonia

70 The catalyst needed to produce Nitric Acid is …….. Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia

71 The catalyst needed to produce Nitric Acid is …….. Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia

72 The catalyst needed to produce Nitric Acid is …….. Vanadium oxide Iron Platinum and Rhodium Ammonia

73 15£1,000,  £500,  £250,  £125,  £64,  £32,000 9  £16,000 8  £8,000 7  £4,000 6  £2,000 5  £1,000 4  £500 3  £300 2  £200 1  £100

74 A, B and C Ms Sykes is …………….. Very niceA wonderful person A great teacher

75 Ms Sykes is …………….. Very niceA wonderful person A great teacherA, B and C

76 Ms Sykes is …………….. Very niceA wonderful person A great teacherA, B and C

77 Ms Sykes is …………….. Very niceA wonderful person A great teacherA, B and C

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