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Question 1: Brine is a common fluid used in large refrigeration installations for the transport of ________ from place to place.
TemperatureInternal energyHeatEnergy

Question 2: At 15.5°C (288.65 K, 60°F) saturated sodium chloride brine is 26.4% ________ by weight (100 degree SAL).

Question 3: The majority of this hydrogen produced through electrolysis is a side product in the production of ________.

Question 4: About four percent of hydrogen gas produced worldwide is created by ________.
ElectrowinningElectrolysisHofmann voltameterElectrochemistry

Question 5: Brine is water saturated or nearly saturated with a salt (usually ________).
Sodium chlorideSodium hydroxideSodium carbonateSodium sulfate

Question 6: Brine is also used for ________ foodstuffs, as a means of preserving them (or increasing for taste).
PicklingSmoking (cooking)Fermentation (food)Curing (food preservation)

Question 7: Brine is also commonly used to age ________ and Feta cheeses.
HalloumiCypriot cuisineKefalotyriTurkish Delight

Question 8: It is used to preserve vegetables, ________, and meat, in a process known as brining (now less popular than historically).
FishFish anatomyForage fishPelagic fish

Question 9: 0°F was set as the zero point in the Fahrenheit temperature scale, as it was the coldest temperature that ________ could reliably reproduce — by freezing brine.
Daniel Gabriel FahrenheitJohn DaltonHans Christian ØrstedGalileo Galilei


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