Green Chemistry Quiz Question with Answer

31. The first listed of the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry is?

  1. Prevent waste
  2. Catalysis
  3. Atom economy
  4. Benign solvents

32. The following is often referred to as the universal solvent and is a preferred green solvent?

  1. Water
  2. Methanol
  3. Ethyl Acetate
  4. Benzene

33. The following legislation gave birth to todays green chemistry initiatives?

  1. Clean Water Act of 1972
  2. Montreal Protocol of 1989
  3. Pollution Prevention Act of 1990
  4. Superfund Act of 1980

34. The following term refers to the relative proportion of chemical components?

  1. Togetherness
  2. Stoichiometry
  3. Metric
  4. Colligative

35. The term missing in Risk = Hazard x ............. is?

  1. Exposure
  2. Cancer
  3. Benign
  4. Reactivity

36. The term used to measure a product or persons environmental impact is?

  1. Handprint
  2. CO2 print
  3. Footprint
  4. Hazardous print

37. The term which refers to the breakup within a compound due to microbial activity is?

  1. Microbial degradation
  2. Agro-degradation
  3. Photo-degradation
  4. Decomposition

38. The use of solar power is covered within Green Chemistry Principle #6, which is?

  1. Atom economy
  2. Design for energy efficiency
  3. Design benign chemicals
  4. Less hazardous synthesis

39. This green chemical is used in household cleaners to remove stains and is also a favorite dressing on salads!?

  1. Vinegar (acetic acid)
  2. Citric acid
  3. Hydrochloric acid (HCl)
  4. Water

40. This word is synonymous with green chemistry and also means harmless, or gentle and not life threatening?

  1. Sustainable
  2. Benign
  3. User friendly
  4. Greenness

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