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Sulfate: Quiz


Question 1: The sulfate ion is used as counter ion for some ________ drugs.
Lithium-ion batteryIonElectrolyteHalf cell

Question 2: For example, the bond lengths in ________ are 157 pm for S-OH.
Sulfuric acidHydrochloric acidAcetic acidAmmonia

Question 3: Exceptions include ________, strontium sulfate, lead (II) sulfate, and barium sulfate, which are poorly soluble.
Calcium chlorideCalcium hydroxideCalcium sulfateCalcium carbonate

Question 4: Organic sulfates, such as ________, are covalent compounds and esters of sulfuric acid.
Methyl iodideDimethyl sulfateDiethyl sulfateMethanol

Question 5: Sulfates occur as microscopic particles (aerosols) resulting from fossil fuel and ________ combustion.
BioenergyBiomassEthanol fuelBiofuel

Question 6: In inorganic chemistry, a sulfate (IUPAC-recommended spelling; also sulphate in ________) is a salt of sulfuric acid.
English languageBritish EnglishAmerican EnglishCanadian English

Question 7: Magnesium sulfate, commonly known as ________, is used in therapeutic baths.
Magnesium sulfateAntiarrhythmic agentSorbitolCalcium gluconate

Question 8: Sulfates are therefore implicated in ________, which may have acted to offset some of the effects of global warming.
Global warming controversyGlobal dimmingOzone depletionOcean acidification

Question 9: The main direct effect of sulfates on the climate involves the scattering of light, effectively increasing the Earth's ________.
Global coolingGlobal warmingGlobal dimmingAlbedo

Question 10: The sulfur atom is in the +6 ________ while the four oxygen atoms are each in the −2 state.
OxideValence (chemistry)HydrogenOxidation state

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