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Products form oil

M. Harman

Helps to revise the meanings of key terminology of module C1b from AQA's specification A 4461

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1.poly (ethene) is an example of one
6.DO NOT, repeat: DO NOT, under any circumstances make a kettle out of this kind of plastic!
12.used to detect double bonds
13.mayonnaise needs some of this.
14.here be monsters! er no - here be double bonds actually.
15.attraction between atoms. "the name is _ _ _ _. Atomic _ _ _ _.
16.process. Cash from frass
18.has a double bond. Is unsaturated. name ends in "...ene"
19.fuel for lorries
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2.vinyl chloride part of PVC
3.for when the bromine runs out. Test for double bonds.
4.speed it up!
5.stitch them monomers together
7.a gas - simplest unsaturated hydrocarbon.
8.make a kettle form this kind of plastic
9.you will find one of these in pentene (2 Words)
10.add thermal energy
11.no double bonds here
17.a hydrocarbon with no double bonds

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