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Chemistry: High School: 9th and 10th Grade Quizzes

Quizzes make learning fun! There is no quicker way to learn about Chemistry in High School - Grades 9 and 10

Ah, the weirdly wacky world of chemistry. Substances, structures, metals, atoms, oils, water – you name it, we cover it in our fun-to-play quizzes. Yep, we’ve taken all the most-important aspects of your high school Chemistry learning and thrown them into a very large test tube. Then we heated them to a secret temperature, let them hiss, swizzle and explode and then poured them out into whizzical, fizzical, quizzes!

You’ll be learning lots of interesting stuff about the world in general in your Chemistry classes. So let’s take a look at some facts that your teacher might not tell you about.

  • You know how some compounds are named after those who discovered them, right? There are some chemical compounds named after fictional characters. One such compound is called ranasmurfin which is a blue protein from the foam nests of tropical frogs. Ranasmurfin is named after The Smurfs!
  • You will have heard of Mendeleev. Remember? The guy who created the periodic table. Did you know he was also responsible for introducing the metric system to Russia? Oh, and he could have possibly taken the title for ‘best mad scientist hair.’ The reason his periodic table was so successful compared to previous attempts is because he left gaps for new undiscovered elements to be added at a later date. He was a smart cookie, don’t you think?
  • Staying with the periodic table, the letter J doesn’t appear in it anywhere.
  • There is an acid that will dissolve practically every substance known on earth. Strangely it is known as a weak acid, which is somewhat of an oxymoron. This violently corrosive acid is hydrofluoric acid – and the substances it can’t dissolve are lead, platinum and polyethylene or fluorocarbon plastic.
  • Even though helium is the second most abundant element in the universe, it is thought that by as soon as 2020 there will be no more commercially-available helium. So no more silly cartoon voices at parties. Boohoo.
  • You may already know that it’s not a good idea to keep all fruit in the same bowl. You may already know that this is because some fruits cause early ripening in others. But do you know the chemical reason? Read on and you soon will. Apples and pears release ethylene gas as they mature. This particular gas is the culprit.

Now you’ve had a brief peek into chemistry, it’s time to put your safety goggles on and play some quizzes.

Quiz Title Options
Acids, Bases and Salts Acids, Bases and Salts Play
Analysing Substances Analysing Substances Play
Analysing Substances - Qualitative Analysing Substances - Qualitative Play
Analysing Substances - Quantitative Analysing Substances - Quantitative Play
Atomic Structure 1 Atomic Structure 1 Play
Atomic Structure 2 Atomic Structure 2 Play
Atomic Structure 3 Atomic Structure 3 Play
Atoms - Electronic Structure Atoms - Electronic Structure Play
Balancing Symbol Equations Balancing Symbol Equations Play
Bonding Bonding Play
Bonding - Covalent Bonding - Covalent Play
Bonding - Ionic Bonding - Ionic Play
Bonding - Metallic Bonding - Metallic Play
Burning Carbon Fuels Burning Carbon Fuels Play
Chemical Reactions Chemical Reactions Play
Chemistry - Alloys Chemistry - Alloys Play
Chemistry - Atoms Chemistry - Atoms Play
Chemistry - Balancing Equations Chemistry - Balancing Equations Play
Chemistry - Calcium Carbonate Chemistry - Calcium Carbonate Play
Chemistry - Carbon Dioxide Chemistry - Carbon Dioxide Play
Chemistry - Chemical Reactions of Metals Chemistry - Chemical Reactions of Metals Play
Chemistry - Covalent Bonding Chemistry - Covalent Bonding Play
Chemistry - Crude Oil Chemistry - Crude Oil Play
Chemistry - Earth's Atmosphere Chemistry - Earth's Atmosphere Play
Chemistry - Earth's Crust Chemistry - Earth's Crust Play
Chemistry - Elements and Compounds Chemistry - Elements and Compounds Play
Chemistry - Extracting Reactive Metals Chemistry - Extracting Reactive Metals Play
Chemistry - Extracting Unreactive Metals Chemistry - Extracting Unreactive Metals Play
Chemistry - Fuels and Pollution Chemistry - Fuels and Pollution Play
Chemistry - Hydrocarbons and Fuels Chemistry - Hydrocarbons and Fuels Play
Chemistry - Ionic Bonding Chemistry - Ionic Bonding Play
Chemistry - Making Metal Supplies Go Further Chemistry - Making Metal Supplies Go Further Play
Chemistry - Other Uses of Crude Oil Chemistry - Other Uses of Crude Oil Play
Chemistry - Physical Properties and Uses of Metals Chemistry - Physical Properties and Uses of Metals Play
Chemistry - Polymers Chemistry - Polymers Play
Chemistry - Processing Crude Oil Chemistry - Processing Crude Oil Play
Chemistry - The Periodic Table Chemistry - The Periodic Table Play
Chemistry - Vegetable Oils and Their Uses Chemistry - Vegetable Oils and Their Uses Play
Chemistry - Word Equations Chemistry - Word Equations Play
Crude Oil Crude Oil Play
Crude Oil - Cracking Crude Oil - Cracking Play
Crude Oil - Substances from Crude Oil Crude Oil - Substances from Crude Oil Play
Electrolysis 1 Electrolysis 1 Play
Electrolysis 2 Electrolysis 2 Play
Emulsions Emulsions Play
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 1 Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 1 Play
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 2 Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 2 Play
Energy from Reactions Energy from Reactions Play
Equilibria Equilibria Play
Limestone - Reactions of Limestone - Reactions of Play
Limestone - Uses of Limestone - Uses of Play
Metals - Alloys Metals - Alloys Play
Metals - Extraction of Metals Metals - Extraction of Metals Play
Metals - Problems of Extraction Metals - Problems of Extraction Play
Metals - Properties and Uses of Metals - Properties and Uses of Play
Nanotechnology Nanotechnology Play
Oils Oils Play
Organic Chemistry 1 Organic Chemistry 1 Play
Organic Chemistry 2 Organic Chemistry 2 Play
Periodic Table - Group 1 Elements Periodic Table - Group 1 Elements Play
Periodic Table - Group 7 Elements Periodic Table - Group 7 Elements Play
Periodic Table - Transition Elements Periodic Table - Transition Elements Play
Periodic Table - Trends in the Periodic Table Periodic Table - Trends in the Periodic Table Play
Periodic Table 1 Periodic Table 1 Play
Periodic Table 2 Periodic Table 2 Play
Polymerisation Polymerisation Play
Production of Ammonia 1 Production of Ammonia 1 Play
Production of Ammonia 2 Production of Ammonia 2 Play
Purifying Water Purifying Water Play
Quantitative Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry Play
Rates of Reaction 1 Rates of Reaction 1 Play
Rates of Reaction 2 Rates of Reaction 2 Play
Rates of Reaction 3 Rates of Reaction 3 Play
Reversible and Irreversible Reactions Reversible and Irreversible Reactions Play
Water Water Play

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