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Precipitation (chemistry): Quiz


Question 1: In ________, precipitation from a solid solution is also a useful way to strengthen alloys; this process is known as solid solution strengthening.
ArchaeologyMetallurgyMaterials scienceMining

Question 2: Thereafter, the precipitate may easily be separated by ________, decanting, or centrifugation).

Question 3: Similar processes are often used to separate chemically similar elements, such as the ________.
HalogenAlkaline earth metalNoble gasPeriodic table

Question 4: This reaction can be written emphasizing the ________ ions in a combined solution.
DissociationHypochondriasisPassive–aggressive behaviorDefence mechanism

Question 5: Precipitate formation is useful in the detection of the type of ________ in salt.
Half cellIonElectrolyteLithium-ion battery

Question 6: rapid quenching or ________, and the temperature is high enough that diffusion can lead to segregation into precipitates.
GlassChemical vapor depositionIon implantationMaterials science

Question 7: Precipitation is the formation of a solid in a solution or inside another solid during a ________ or by diffusion in a solid.
Chemical reactionHydrogenChemistryNitrogen

Question 8: Natural methods of precipitation include settling or ________, where a solid forms over a period of time due to ambient forces like gravity or centrifugation.
SedimentSedimentary rockSediment transportErosion

Question 9: An important stage of the precipitation process is the onset of ________.
SupersaturationCrystal growthNucleationFreezing

Question 10: Digestion, or precipitate ageing, happens when a freshly-formed precipitate is left, usually at a higher ________, in the solution from which it is precipitated.
Thermodynamic temperatureTemperatureWater vaporLightning


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