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Chemists have learned how to make useful products that help make our life easier. For example, from crude oil we get
a) gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel, heating oil, and light fuel gases.
b) table salt, butter, baking flour and sugar.
c) steel, iron, metal and copper.
d) Austin, Kayla and Jacob.

hydrocarbons are made from __________________________________.
a) hydrogen and carbon
b) nitrogen and carbon
c) oxygen and helium
d) Jeremias and Carlos

Rubber and plastic are__________________________________.
a) made by chemists working with compounds in a laboratory.
b) harvested by farmers and then molded in a workshop.
c) found in nature.
d) scary...I'm going to run out of here screaming!

What is the chemical name for salt?
a) Sodium Chloride
b) Oxygen
c) monosodium glutamate
d) Megan

Roasting a marshmallow is an example of ___________________________.
a) a chemical change
b) a physical change
c) I don't know...but it is yummy. :)
d) no change at all.

In carbon monoxide how many oxygen atoms are there?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

In carbon dioxide, how many oxygen atoms are there?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

What is the chemical formula for sugar?
a) C6 H12 O6
b) C6 H29 O3
c) C2 Ag5 Au4
d) Durling 1

What are the physical properties you can check?
a) density, boling point and color
b) height, weight and color
c) color when it is heated
d) how popular it is

What are the chemical properties you can check?
a) color when it is heated
b) density, boling point and color
c) who sits next to it in Math class.
d) temperature during the winter.

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