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Name that Gas! (Elements and Compounds in Chemistry)

For each clue, name the gas it describes!
All answers are a single word, unless otherwise indicated.
Hint: Answers in the first column are elements, while answers in the second column are not.
Quiz by interopia
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Last updated: May 12, 2022
First submittedNovember 15, 2021
Times taken351
Average score66.7%
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Gas
The most common gas in the atmosphere
nitrogen
Important gas for animals from air and water
oxygen
Inert gas that is the third most common in the atmosphere
argon
Light gas that famously makes one's voice squeaky
helium
Flammable gas responsible for the Hindenburg's fire
hydrogen
Noble gas that was used to illuminate advertising signs
neon
Radioactive gas that can seep into people's houses
radon
Gas that was used as a chemical weapon in WW1
chlorine
The lightest halogen (highly toxic)
fluorine
Noble gas appearing in atmosphere at 1 part per million
krypton
Noble gas found in atmosphere at less than 100 parts per billion
xenon
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Gas
Formula NH3, used in household cleaners and rocket fuel
ammonia
Greenhouse gas contained in cattle belches
methane
Aka trioxygen, forms a protective layer that shields from UV
ozone
Commonly known for embalming fluid (but actually a gas)
formaldehyde
Gas commonly used in cigarette lighters
butane
Gas commonly used in barbecue stove gas tanks
propane
Exhaled by land animals, its solid form is called "dry ice"
carbon dioxide
General anesthetic also known as laughing gas
nitrous oxide
Colorless, odorless toxic gas (product of incomplete combustion)
carbon monoxide
Known for making one's voice lower-pitched when inhaled
sulfur hexafluoride
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Level 83
Sep 9, 2022
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Level 60
May 12, 2022
Carbon Monoxide is a product of *incomplete* combustion. Otherwise, great quiz!
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Level 83
May 12, 2022
Thanks, Chutney! I added that!