1. What is the name of the process in which crude oil is separated into its various components?

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2. State the general formula of alkanes

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3. Explain the term saturated

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4. State the general formula for alkenes

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5. In what type of reaction is an atom or group of atoms added to a molecule without taking anything away?

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6. Explain what a monomer is

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7. What is meant by the term biodegradable?

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8. Explain the term hydrocarbon

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9. Would methane normally react with bromine?

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10. Explain the term homologous series

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11. Bromine is added to a sample of an alkane and also to a sample of an alkene. Describe the result of each.

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12. Recall the products of the complete combustion of alkanes

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13. Recall a use of gasoline

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14. What does the following diagram represent?

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15. When bromine is added, what happens to an alkene?

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16. Name this molecule

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17. This diagram shows one repeat unit of a polymer. Name the monomer used to make this polymer.

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18. Explain the term unsaturated

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19. What is the molecular formula for pentane?

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20. What is cracking?

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21. Of which homologous series is >C=C< (a carbon-to-carbon double bond) the functional group?

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22. What does volatile mean? Which fraction of crude oil is the most volatile?

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23. Explain why carbon monoxide is dangerous to humans

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24. Crude oil contains a surplus of long chain alkanes and there is much higher demand for shorter chain alkanes. What process is used to deal with this imbalance?

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25. What is crude oil?

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26. What is a fuel?

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27. A student names this molecule 2-ethylpentane. Which of these statements is true about the student's naming of the molecule?

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28. What is the name of this molecule?

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29. A pupil has tried to write down various ways of representing ethane using: molecular formula, displayed formula, general formula, empirical formula and stuctural formula. However she has missed one out. Which one?

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