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Section 1

Question Answer
Made from oil? FoamN
Made from oil? PaperN
Made from oil? PolyesterY
Made from oil? CottonN
Made from oil? ButtonY
Made from oil? TarY
Made from oil? BottleY
Made from oil? LEDN
Made from oil? WoodN
Made from oil? CombsY
Made from oil? TiresY

Section 2

Question Answer
More acidic? Southern or Northern lakes.Northern because it has fewer limestones that reduce the acidity in the lakes.

Section 3

Question Answer
ph level Lemon juice2.0
ph level Wine4.0
ph level Rain5.5
ph level Human Blood7.5
ph level Baking soda8.5
ph level Detergent10.0
ph level Bleach12.5
What shades are acidic substances?Shades of red
What shades are alkaline substances?Blue, green, yellow, white and clear.

Section 4

Question Answer
What happens in the first tower?All the petroleum evaporates and is turned into a gas
What happens in the second tower?The gas goes through different levels of heat and condenses at different levels and then gets sucked in by collecting pipes.

Section 5

Question Answer
What did the north americans use to heat homes wood, whale oil
Who created keroseneAbraham Gesner
What did Abraham Gesner createKerosene
Why was petroleum so sought after?Cars were becoming bigger
Where was the oil found for CanadaAlberta and NewFoundland

Section 6

Question Answer
Melting point / boiling point? oxygen-218 -183
Melting point / boiling point? carbon dioxide-78 -78
Melting point / boiling point? water0 100
Melting point / boiling point? tungsten3410 5600
-218 -183. What state? -200liquid
-218 -183. What state? -250Solid
-218 -183. What state? -170Gas

Section 7

Question Answer
What crushed the pop can?The water in the can evaporated and then made steam. Once the can touched the surface of the water, the steam instantly condensed into water. That caused a vacuum and made the air particles want to come in. The air particles crushed the pop can due to the force of the air particles.

Section 8

Question Answer
What is the following used for? Tongs/ FingersLarge materials from a mixture
What is the following used for? Magnetsseperate magnetic material
What is the following used for? FlotationsSeperates material less dense than water
What is the following used for? Settling Seperates material more dense than water
What is the following used for? SiftingSeperates course material from fine material
What is the following used for? Filtrationseperates dissolved particles from dissolved particles
What is the following used for? EvaporationRecovers the solute from the solution
What is the following used for? Distilationseperates solvent from solute

Section 9