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Q: Which chemical was introduced to US as a cough suppressant?
A:
Heroin

Q: What is a chemically castrated cock called?
A:
Capon

Q: 12 is the atomic number of which metal?
A:
Magnesium

Q: What element was named after the Greek word for green?
A:
Chlorine

Q: What elements name comes from the Greek for light bearing?
A:
Phosphorous

Q: Which country set up the world's first chemistry lab in 1650?
A:
Netherlands

Q: What is mainly extracted from pitchblende?
A:
Uranium

Q: H14 N2 is a poisonous alkaloid consumed daily by millions what?
A:
Nicotine

Q: What is the last element - Alphabetically?
A:
Zirconium

Q: Which metal gets its name from Swedish for heavy stone?
A:
Tungsten

Q: Which metallic element atomic no 83 soothes Gastric Ulcers?
A:
Bismuth

Q: What is the SI unit of illumination?
A:
Lux

Q: Methacrylate resin is used to make what?
A:
Prosthetic eyes

Q: Only two elements liquid room temperature - mercury and what?
A:
Bromine

Q: Which two metals are alloyed to make pewter?
A:
Tin and Lead

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