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  1. EUREKAJunior Science Quiz2011

  2. Round 1

  3. 1. Who is the current Minister for Education & Skills?

  4. 2. Identify this piece of apparatus

  5. 3. In electronics what does LED stand for?

  6. 4. Do conductors have a high or low resistance?

  7. 5. Where in the body might you find a ‘hammer’?

  8. 6. Name the compound formed when magnesium burns in oxygen

  9. Round 1 • Who is Ministerfor Education & Skills? • Identify apparatus • What does LED stand for? • Do conductors have a high or low resistance? • Where in the body might you find a ‘hammer’? • Name the compoundformed when magnesium burns in oxygen

  10. Round 2

  11. 1. Identify this logo

  12. 2. A broken clavicle is a common rugby injury – what is this bone more commonly known as?

  13. 3. If a car starting from rest reaches a speed of 40 ms-1 in 5 s what is its acceleration? (Correct units required)

  14. 4. What is formed when a saturated solution is cooled?

  15. 5. What is added to water in some countries to strengthen teeth?

  16. 6. Put these metals in order of reactivity starting with the most reactive. Zinc, calcium, copper and magnesium

  17. Round 2 • Identify this logo • What is clavicle more commonly known as? • 3. If a car starting from rest reaches a speed of 40 ms-1 in 5 s what is its acceleration? • What is formed when a saturated solution is cooled? • What is added to water in some countries to strengthen teeth? • Put these metals in order of reactivity starting with the most reactiveZinc, calcium, copper and magnesium

  18. Round 3Crossword

  19. Round 4

  20. 1. Who said that “Success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration”?

  21. 2. What weather phenomenon is measured by the Beaufort scale?

  22. 3. Name this molecule

  23. 4. If the length of the side of a cube = 2 cm and its density is 4 g cm-3calculate its mass.

  24. 5. Identify this apparatus used in electrolysis

  25. 6. Where in the body are blood cells produced?

  26. Round 4 • Who said that “success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration” • What weather phenomenon is measured by the Beaufort scale? • Name this molecule • If the length of the side of a cube = 2 cm and its density is 4 g cm-3calculate its mass • Identify apparatus • Where in the body are blood cells produced?

  27. Round 5

  28. 1. What is the name given to the scientific study of earthquakes?

  29. 2. A pivot about which a lever turns is known as what?

  30. 3. TB is caused by which type of microbe?

  31. 4. How many units of electricity are used when a 250 W bulb burns for 10 hours?

  32. 5. Radium was discovered 100 years ago by this pioneering scientist. Who is she?

  33. 6. Name the technique used to separate liquids with different boiling points.

  34. Round 5 • What is the name given to the scientific study of earthquakes? • Apivotabout which a lever turns known as what? • TB is caused by which type of microbe? • How many units of electricity are used when a 250 W bulb burns for 10 hours? • Radium was discovered 100 years ago by this pioneering scientist. Who is she? • Name the technique used to separate liquids with different boiling points.

  35. Round 6Odd one out

  36. 1. Which is the odd one out? • Meat • Eggs • Nuts • Bread

  37. 2. Which is the odd one out? • Sulfur • Hydrochloric acid • Salt • Water

  38. 3. Which is the odd one out? Iron Zinc Copper Carbon

  39. 4. Which is the odd one out? • Apple • Rhubarb • Strawberry • Tomato

  40. 5. Which is the odd one out?

  41. 6. Which is the odd one? • Coca cola • Jam • Butter • Honey • Biscuits

  42. Round 7

  43. 1. What common material is the main ingredient in glass?

  44. 2. Name the butterfly shaped gland located in front of the windpipe?

  45. 3. How many mm in a km?

  46. 4. Identify the compound formed when potassium is placed in water

  47. 5. Name the radioactive gas that can seep up through the ground and into houses.

  48. 6. Green vegetables helps the body build red blood cells because it contains this molecule – identify it

  49. Round 7 • What common material is the main ingredient in glass? • Name the butterfly shaped gland? • How many mm in a km? • Identify the compound formed when potassium is placed in water • Name the radioactive gas that can seep up through the ground and into houses • Identify molecule