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Answer the questions below and then click "submit" to send your answers. 1.

To perform an experiment safely, the first thing you should do is

Your answer: get goggles for eye protection collect the necessary equipment read through the entire lab activity read the whmis labels for the chemicals you will use

2. Solvents, such as alcohol, should not be poured down the sink because

Your answer: they are flammable they are expensive and can be reused they are best disposed of by burning they may react with water in the sink

3. Protective goggles should be worn when

Your answer: you are mixing chemicals you are observing a chemical reaction you have a hot date you are heating liquids

4. If you spill a large amount of liquid chemicals on your clothing, such as acid, the best course of action is to

Your answer: ensure you wash the affecting clothing as soon as you get home alert your teacher and use the safety shower

brush or towel it off and be more careful remove the wet clothing and dry off

5. Excess chemicals should be put back into their stock bottles.

Your answer: TrueFalse 6. The best way to test for chemical odours is to

Your answer: ask your teacher to smell the chemical wave the chemical just under your nose use your hand to waft the odour toward your nose ask your lab partner to smell the chemical

7. When testing to see if an object is hot you should

Your answer: ask your partner to touch it bring the back of your hand near the object lick your finger and touch it quickly spit on the object to see if the spit sizzles

8. If someone gets chemicals in their eyes the minimum time spent washing the chemicals out in the eyewash is

Your answer: a couple of minutes 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes

9. Experiments that involve chemicals that give off fumes or are volatile should be done

Your answer: outside with great care near an open window in the fume hood

10.Acids should always be added to water.

Your answer: TrueFalse 11.The most common lab. injury is

Your answer: poisoning eye injury a burn an electric shock

12.Broken glass should be

Your answer: reported to the teacher put in the garbage left on the lab table put back on the shelf

13.What class of fire is an electrical fire?

Your answer: A B C D

14.Which of these is NOT a requirement for combustion?

Your answer: oxygen fuel water kindling temperature

15.Acids (like sulphuric acid) are more hazardous to the eye than caustic material (such as sodium hydroxide)

Your answer: TrueFalse 16.The type of fire extinquisher used in the chemistry lab is the

Your answer: A type B type C type ABC type

17.Wood, paper, fabrics and textiles are fuels for which type of fire?

Your answer: A B C D

18.What number on the chemical hazard label indicates the greatest danger?

Your answer: 1 2 4 6

19.The "health" hazard is usually on a ______ colored label

Your answer: white yellow red blue

20.A pentagon (5 sides) frame around a hazard label indicates the greatest danger

Your answer: TrueFalse 21.The best immediate first aid for a burn is

Your answer: putting it in a salt solution

putting a band-aid on it putting it in warm water putting under cold water

22.When putting away a hot-plate you should

Your answer: never walk through a crowd just leave it on your table till it cools wait for it to cool first cool it with water first

23.When a large fire occurs, what must be done immediately?

When a large fire

Your answer: yell "fire!" evacuate the room throw water on the fire look for the fire extinquisher

24.If a student's clothing catches on fire you should

Your answer: throw water on the student get under the safety shower wrap the student in a fire blanket make them lie down on the floor and wrap them in a fire blanket

25.Acids and bases can be disposed of down the sink.

Your answer: TrueFalse 26.Which of the following pieces of safety equipment is not found in the classroom?

Your answer: gas main shut-off valve fire blanket fire extinquisher safety shower

27.The material most commonly found in a class C extinquisher is

Your answer: soda-ash carbon dioxide foam water

28.Kindling temperature means

Your answer: small pieces of wood used to start a fire the heat needed to start combustion the temperature of a burning fuel combustion

29.Which of the following would likely have a low kindling temperature?

Your answer: paper

propane wood magnesium

30.Wearing contact lenses is ok for most chemistry labs.

Your answer: TrueFalse 31.When using a fire extinquisher you should aim at the

Your answer: the fuel flames the area around the fire middle of the fire

32.What "degree" of hazard is shown by the four sided frame?

Links to reference material: Description of the WHMIS symbols Your answer:

33.What type of hazard does this symbol indicate?

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34.What type of hazard does this symbol indicate?

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35.What type of hazard does this symbol indicate?

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36.Name the piece of equipment pictured here.

Links to reference material: See pictures of lab equipment here. Your answer:

37.Name the piece of equipment pictured here.

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38.Name the piece of equipment pictured here.

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39.Name the piece of equipment pictured here.

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40.Name the piece of equipment pictured here.

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