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Sugar Explosion!
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by Peggy Payne
| 11 Questions
Note from the author:
Combustion reaction and variables that affect it
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1
1 pt
What three things do all explosions have in common?
2
1 pt
Name the reactants and products in a combusion reaction. (Answer this question like this:
Reactants: _________, _________.....
Products: ___________, ________...
3
1 pt
Why doesn't sugar explode, or light on fire when we eat it?
because it can't expand into a gas
because it is broken down in a series of steps by enzymes
because there is not enough oxygen for it to react
because the particles are too large
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1 pt
What three things do all explosions have in common?
5
1 pt
Name the reactants and products in a combusion reaction. (Answer this question like this:
Reactants: _________, _________.....
Products: ___________, ________...
6
1 pt
Why doesn't sugar explode, or light on fire when we eat it?
because it can't expand into a gas
because it is broken down in a series of steps by enzymes
because there is not enough oxygen for it to react
because the particles are too large
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7
1 pt
What is the difference between the slow chemical reaction that results in a ruined marshmallow and the catastrophic destruction of an industrial plant? A. List the five factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions. B. Which factor was most important in the Imperial Sugar plant explosion.
8
1 pt
If a chemical reaction occurs on a solid, where is that chemical reaction located?
throughout the substance
on the surface
in the middle
chemical reactions never occur on solids
9
1 pt
Summarize the "rule" involving surface area and chemical reactions.
10
1 pt
What is the relationship between surface area and the number of collisions between molecules?
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11
1 pt
Provide a detailed explanation of what caused the explosion at the Imperial Sugar Plant.
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