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52_100_polymer_key_F07

52_100_polymer_key_F07 - Polymer Practice Problems 1 Which...

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Polymer Practice Problems 1. Which is not a polymer a. Plastics b. Rubber c. Snow d. Adhesives 2. What is a head-to-head, tail-to-tail polymers declared as 3. What do you lose the most energy from 4. What is the difference between low density polyethylene (LDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) 5. Which of these is not one of the three basic building blocks for building long chain molecules a. Addition polymerization b. Condensation polymerization c. Division polymerization d. Cross-linked polymers 6. Which type of polymer makes up plastic soda bottles 7. How many polymers are made by addition polymerization
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8. What % of net energy does biodiesel yield? 9. Which of these is not a polymer a. Fiber b. Rubber c. Protein d. All are polymers 10. How many commodity plastics are there? 11. Head-to-Head polymer is more 12. What percentage of energy does biodiesel gain/lose 13. Which of the Big 6 commodity plastics is made via condensation polymerization a. Polyethylene terephthalate b. Polyethylene (HDPE) c. Polyvinyl chloride d. Polyethylene (LDPE) 14. What is a common feature of polyethylene (HDPE) 15. Which of these is not true about biodiesel?
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