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Brought to you by CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club www.csiro.au/doublehelix The National Science Week Quiz 2009 Questions Round one: chemistry Round two: space Round three: biology Round four: streetwise scientists Round five: physics Round six: Australian science Round seven : mathematics Round eight: general knowledge Round nine: true or false Round 10: who am I? For more information about National Science Week visit www.scienceweek.gov.au
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Brought to you by CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club www.csiro.au/doublehelix Round one: chemistry 1. Which gas is commonly used in tennis balls? 2. Which is more acidic: beer or blood? 3. What element was once called fire air? 4. What is special about all the elements that have an atomic number of 93 or greater? 5. Pick the odd one out of these: snow, water, dry ice, steam, hail. Round two: space 1. Is there any water on Mercury? 2. Does the Moon orbit Earth from east to west or from west to east? 3. Which Apollo Moon mission put a man on the Moon? 4. What planet orbits the Sun tilted on its side? 5. If you were to plot the position of the Sun in the sky everyday at exactly the same time, what shape would result? Round three: biology
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