The SCIENCE Quiz II

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10 Questions - Developed by: Reena - Developed on: - 4.873 taken

On the SCIENCE quiz 1, I made a type-o: butane is an alkane, and I apologize for the error (I typed the a as an e and it came out as alkene, I think - it might've been the spell-check software on this site that made the error, but how should I know?) Anyway, here are ten questions you can redeem yourselves with, if you fell victim to my type-o.

  • 1
    If you burn copper chloride, the flame will be...
  • 2
    The scientific name for a Balsam fir tree is...
  • 3
    It takes (blank) muscles in the face to smile, but (blank) to frown.
  • 4
    Chromosomes duplicated in mitosis are called...
  • 5
    Zinc oxide is nearly insoluble in water, is soluble in acids, and absorbs ultraviolet light.
  • 6
    Newton's third law states that action equals reaction.
  • 7
    The first law of thermodynamics is often referred to as the law of entropy.
  • 8
    On the Beaufort scale, Force 8, 34-40 knots, is referred to as...
  • 9
    The electric charge of a charm quark is...
  • 10
    The andromeda galaxy is labeled as what? (M = Messier Object)

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