Coal: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: This trapped atmospheric carbon in the ground in immense peat ________ that eventually were covered over and deeply buried by sediments under which they metamorphosed into coal.
BogEnglandUnited KingdomIreland

Question 2: Interference with ________ and water table levels
HydrogeologyAquiferGroundwaterRiver

Question 3: ________ produced about 447.3 million tons in 2006.
India and the Non-Aligned MovementResearch and Analysis WingIndiaLok Sabha

Question 4:
What type is thing is Coal?
Off-Off Broadway
Dinner Theatre
Sedimentary
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Question 5: Coal gasification can be used to produce syngas, a mixture of ________ (CO) and hydrogen (H2) gas.
Nitrous oxideNitric oxideCarbon monoxideHydrogen sulfide

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Coke oven at smokeless fuel plant, Wales
  Coke oven at smokeless fuel plant, Wales
  Coal fired power plants provide 49% of consumed electricity in the United States. This is the Castle Gate Plant near Helper, Utah.
  Chinese coal miners in an illustration of the Tiangong Kaiwu encyclopedia, published in 1637

Question 7: [50] Wild coal fires in the area were reported by the ________ as well as explorers and settlers in the area.
Missouri RiverColumbia RiverSacagaweaLewis and Clark Expedition

Question 8: Additionally, it is an important source of light ________ for the chemical synthesis industry.
NaphthaleneBenzeneAromaticityAromatic hydrocarbon

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Coal fired power plants provide 49% of consumed electricity in the United States. This is the Castle Gate Plant near Helper, Utah.
  Believed approximate position of the proto-continents toward the end of the Carboniferous period; the light blue represents shallow seas where many of today's coal deposits are found, as opposed to deeper waters which gave rise to oil-bearing rocks derived from marine species. The ice caps were known to be very large, lowering sea levels extensively by locking up oceanic waters into solid ice, though how large the ice caps became is a matter of debate.
  Coal fired power plants provide 49% of consumed electricity in the United States. This is the Castle Gate Plant near Helper, Utah.
  Coke oven at smokeless fuel plant, Wales

Question 10: There is no evidence that the product was of great importance in Britain before the ________, after about AD 1000.
High Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesLate Middle AgesByzantine Empire
















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