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Revision Questions - Polymers

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149 What is a Polymer? Answer
150 What is a Monomer? Answer
151 What is Polymerisation? Answer
152 Give two Conditions used for Polymerisation. Answer
153 Describe the Polymerisation of Ethene. Answer
154 Draw the Repeat Unit for Poly(ethene). Answer
155 What is an Addition Polymer? Answer
156 What is Another Name for Poly(chloroethene)? Answer
157 What is Another Name for Poly(phenylethene)? Answer
158 Describe the Structure of a Thermosoftening Polymer. Answer
159 Is Poly(ethene) a Thermosoftening Polymer? Answer
160 Is Poly Vinyl Chloride a Thermosoftening Polymer? Answer
161 Are Epoxy Resins Thermosoftening Polymers? Answer
162 Describe the Structure of a Thermosetting Polymer. Answer
163 Is Melamine a Thermosetting Polymer? Answer
164 Is Bakelite a Thermosetting Polymer? Answer
165 Is Poly(styrene) a Thermosetting Polymer? Answer
166 Give two Uses of Poly(ethene). Answer
167 Give two Uses of Poly(propene). Answer
168 Give one Use of Poly(styrene). Answer
169 Give one Use of Poly Vinyl Chloride. Answer
170 Which Polymer will make Slime? Answer
171 Name One Polymer that can make Shrink-Wrap? Answer
172 How is PTFE used to make Clothing? Answer
173 What is Thinsulate made from? Answer
174 What is Bullet Proof Clothing made from? Answer
175 Give one Use of Hydrogels. Answer
176 What does Active Packaging contain? Answer
177 Are Polymers Biodegradable? Answer
178 What does Biodegradable mean? Answer
179 Name two Pollutants caused by Burning Polymers. Answer

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