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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Gases around us

3 Question 1

4 Which state of matter is easily squashed? A solid B liquid C gas D none of them

5 Which state of matter is easily squashed? A solid B liquid C gas D none of them

6 £100

7 Question 2

8 Which of these flow? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Solids and gases D All three states

9 Which of these flow? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Solids and gases D All three states

10 £200

11 Question 3

12 Which of these takes the shape of the container? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Liquids only D Gases only

13 Which of these takes the shape of the container? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Liquids only D Gases only

14 £300

15 Question 4

16 What state do we smell? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Liquids only D Gases only

17 What state do we smell? A Solids and liquids B Liquids and gases C Liquids only D Gases only

18 £500

19 Question 5

20 Which of these is an important fuel? A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

21 Which of these is an important fuel? A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

22 £1,000

23 Question 6

24 Which gas is needed for breathing? A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

25 Which gas is needed for breathing? A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

26 £2,000

27 Question 7

28 Name the light non-flammable gas used in balloons A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

29 Name the light non-flammable gas used in balloons A natural gas B oxygen C carbon dioxide D helium

30 £4,000

31 Question 8

32 Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships A nitrogen B hydrogen C carbon dioxide D helium

33 Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships A nitrogen B hydrogen C carbon dioxide D helium

34 £8,000

35 Question 9

36 Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade? A helium B hydrogen C carbon dioxide D oxygen

37 Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade? A helium B hydrogen C carbon dioxide D oxygen

38 £16,000

39 Question 10

40 Which of these is evaporation? A solid liquid B liquid solid D liquid gas C gas liquid

41 Which of these is evaporation? A solid liquid B liquid solid D liquid gas C gas liquid

42 £32,000

43 Question 11

44 When evaporation occurs A particles vibrate faster B particles stop moving C particles break free D particles move in lines

45 When evaporation occurs A particles vibrate faster B particles stop moving C particles break free D particles move in lines

46 £64,000

47 Question 12

48 Which conditions are best for drying washing? A cold air with a fan B warm air in a box C warm air with a fan D cold air in a box

49 Which conditions are best for drying washing? A cold air with a fan B warm air in a box C warm air with a fan D cold air in a box

50 £125,000

51 Question 13

52 Which process is the reverse of evaporation? A Freezing B Melting C Boiling D Condensing

53 Which process is the reverse of evaporation? A Freezing B Melting C Boiling D Condensing

54 £250,000

55 Question 14

56 Which is not true about soil with lots of air? A the soil is hard to dig B the soil drains better C animals can breathe D plant roots grow well

57 Which is not true about soil with lots of air? A the soil is hard to dig B the soil drains better C animals can breathe D plant roots grow well

58 £500,000

59 Question 15

60 What was the name of the airship which caught fire? A Himalaya B Hindenburg C Helicopter D Hamburg

61 What was the name of the airship which caught fire? A Himalaya B Hindenburg C Helicopter D Hamburg

62 £1,000,000


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