GCSE Chemistry

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GCSE Chemistry
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2012-05-29 12:08:16
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ethanol from crude oil or sugar canes
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  1. making ethanol from crude oil (reacting ethene with steam) uses
    non-renewable resources
  2. making ethanol from crude oil (reacting steam with ethene) is a ..... ...... production
    fast rate
  3. making ethanol out of crude oil (reacting steam with ethene) produces ..... ..... ethanol
    high quality
  4. ethanol can be produced ......... if we make it from crude oil (reacting steam with ethene)
    cntinuosly
  5. producing ethanlo from crude oil (reacting steam with ethene) is the best method for making ...... ..... of ethanol
    large quantities
  6. producing ethanol from sugar canes (fermentation) is a ....... .... production
    slow rate
  7. if we produce ethanol from sugar canes (fermentation) it means the ethanol is made in .....
    batches
  8. the ethanol we produce from ........ .... (.....) is not as good quality as that prouced by ...... ... (......)
    • crude oil
    • reacting steam with ethene
    • sugar canes
    • fermentation
  9. if we make ethanol from crude oil it means there may be ..... ....
    oil spills
  10. oil spills can mean that
    birds get covered in oil and are poisoned as they try to clean themselves . Other creatures , like sea otters and whales are poisoned too
  11. to produce ethanol from crude oil we have to ...... the oil to release the energy from it
    burn
  12. burning oil is thought to be a major cause of
    global warming , acid rain and global dimming
  13. producing ethanol from sugar canes (fermentation) is
    carbon neutral (the amount of carbon dioxide broduced during burning = the amount of carbon dioxide taken in by crops during photosynthesis
  14. producing ethanol from sugar canes (fermentation) often means that ....... are burnt to make way for crops . This ...... ........ . The ..... are ..... .... but when they are burnt they will no longer take in ........ ..... instead loads is given off
    • forests
    • destroy habitats
    • trees
    • carbon sinks
    • carbon dioxide
  15. producing ethanol from sugar canes (......) means that ..... ...... is destroyed this could lead to ...... ..... which will mean ....... is more ......
    • fermentation
    • agricultural land
    • food shortages
    • food
    • expensive
  16. if we produce ethanol from crude oil (..............)
    • reaction of steam with ethene
    • it means we may run out of crude oil which provides an important fuel for modern life

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