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Exercise chapter 9 Manufacture of sulphuric acid 1 Figure 1 shows the stages in the process where sulphuric acid is manufactured

ed industrially. (a) Name the process shown in Figure 1. (b) Suggest two ways to prepare sulphur dioxide in stage I. (c) Name the following substances in the process shown in Figure 1. (i) X: (ii) Y: (iii) Z: (d) State the optimum conditions in stage II. (e) Write the chemical equation to represent the pro4uction of X from sulphur dioxide. (f) Write the chemical equation to represent the reaction between substance X and concentrated sulphuric acid. (g) Gives 3 uses of sulphuric acid. 2. Give two effects of acid rain

Manufacture of ammonia
The equation below represents the production of ammonia. (a) Name the process used in the industrial manufacture of ammonia. (b) State the optimum conditions for this process. (i)Temperature: (ii)Pressure (iii)Catalyst: (c) What is the function of the catalyst in this process? (d) State one way to increase the amount of ammonia produced. (e) How is urea produced from ammonia? (f) Give two uses of ammonia

ALLOY 1. What is the meaning of alloy ? 2. Give 3 reasons why pure metals are alloyed before used 3. Draw the arrangement of atoms in (i) pure metal (ii) alloy 4. Relate the arrangement of atoms in metals to their ductile and malleable properties 5. Explain why an alloy is stronger than its pure metal in terms of the arrangement of atoms in metals and alloys 6. Explain why bronze harder tham pure copper ? 7. Complete the table below ALLOY COMPOSITION USAGE Steel Brass Bronze Duralumin Cupronickel Pewter

Exercise chapter 9 Manufacture of sulphuric acid 1 Figure 1 shows the stages in the process where sulphuric acid is manufactured industrially. (a) Name the process shown in Figure 1. (b) Suggest two ways to prepare sulphur dioxide in stage I. (c) Name the following substances in the process shown in Figure 1. (i) X: (ii) Y: (iii) Z: (d) State the optimum conditions in stage II. (e) Write the chemical equation to represent the pro4uction of X from sulphur dioxide. (f) Write the chemical equation to represent the reaction between substance X and concentrated sulphuric acid. (g) Gives 3 uses of sulphuric acid. 2. Give two effects of acid rain

Manufacture of ammonia
The equation below represents the production of ammonia. (a) Name the process used in the industrial manufacture of ammonia. (b) State the optimum conditions for this process. (i)Temperature: (ii)Pressure (iii)Catalyst: (c) What is the function of the catalyst in this process? (d) State one way to increase the amount of ammonia produced. (e) How is urea produced from ammonia? (f) Give two uses of ammonia

ALLOY 1. What is the meaning of alloy ? 2. Give 3 reasons why pure metals are alloyed before used 3. Draw the arrangement of atoms in (i) pure metal (ii) alloy 4. Relate the arrangement of atoms in metals to their ductile and malleable properties 5. Explain why an alloy is stronger than its pure metal in terms of the arrangement of atoms in metals and alloys 6. Explain why bronze harder tham pure copper ? 7. Complete the table below ALLOY COMPOSITION USAGE Steel Brass Bronze Duralumin Cupronickel Pewter

Exercise chapter 9 Manufacture of sulphuric acid 1 Figure 1 shows the stages in the process where sulphuric acid is manufactured industrially. (a) Name the process shown in Figure 1. (b) Suggest two ways to prepare sulphur dioxide in stage I. (c) Name the following substances in the process shown in Figure 1. (i) X: (ii) Y: (iii) Z: (d) State the optimum conditions in stage II. (e) Write the chemical equation to represent the pro4uction of X from sulphur dioxide. (f) Write the chemical equation to represent the reaction between substance X and concentrated sulphuric acid. (g) Gives 3 uses of sulphuric acid. 2. Give two effects of acid rain

Manufacture of ammonia
The equation below represents the production of ammonia. (a) Name the process used in the industrial manufacture of ammonia. (b) State the optimum conditions for this process. (i)Temperature: (ii)Pressure (iii)Catalyst: (c) What is the function of the catalyst in this process? (d) State one way to increase the amount of ammonia produced. (e) How is urea produced from ammonia? (f) Give two uses of ammonia

ALLOY 8. What is the meaning of alloy ? 9. Give 3 reasons why pure metals are alloyed before used 10. Draw the arrangement of atoms in (i) pure metal (ii) alloy 11. Relate the arrangement of atoms in metals to their ductile and malleable properties 12. Explain why an alloy is stronger than its pure metal in terms of the arrangement of atoms in metals and alloys 13. Explain why bronze harder tham pure copper ? 14. Complete the table below ALLOY COMPOSITION USAGE Steel Brass Bronze Duralumin Cupronickel Pewter