SCOP9 Rounds 7 & 8 Quiz

What French general and emperor was defeated by the Duke of Wellington and von Blucher at the Battle of Waterloo?
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What element was found in the vaccine preservative thimerosal and, like bromine, is a liquid at room temperature?MercuryWhat thermodynamic property is defined as the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance by 1°C?Specific HeatA principle about the difference in pressure named after what man explains how airplanes fly and roofs are torn off in hurricanes?BernoulliWhat bonding takes place between positively and negatively charged atoms, or between 2 atoms with very different electronegativity?IonicWhat is the name of the largest mountain in our solar system, which is a volcano 16 miles high found on Mars?Olympus MonsMembers of what phylum include all segmented works such as night crawlers, leeches, and earthworms?AnalidsWhat mountain, the highest in the Sierra Nevadas, is also the highest mountain in the contiguous United States?WhitneyWhat river is crossed by the Tower Bridge, is just east of St. Paul's Cathedral, and flows through London?ThamesWhat book by George Orwell has the main character Winston Smith, is set in Oceania, which is ruled by the Party and the Thought Police?1984What English philosopher wrote Leviathan in 1651 and Elements of law in 1640?HobbsWhat short story by Guy de Maupassant involves borrowing and losing a fake piece of jewelry?The NecklaceWhat American poet wrote Leaves of Grass (a poetry collection), "Song of Myself," and "O Captain! My Captain!" about Lincoln?WhitmanWhat American author from Mississippi wrote the short story A Rose for Emily and the books As I Lay Dying and The Sound and the Fury?FaulknerThe Miller's Tale, The Wife of Bath's Tale, and The Knight's Tale are part of what collection of tales by Geoffrey Chaucer?Canterbury TalesWhat Shakespeare tragedy is about a Prince of Denmark and many people dying, including Ophelia, Gertrude, and Laertes?HamletWhat work by Alexander Dumas tells how Edmond Dantes escaped from the prison Chateau d'if, assumed a fake name, and got revenge?Count of Monte CristoInvisible Man (without a "The") tells the story of a nameless African-American man written by what author of Juneteeth?AllisonWhat Indian author wrote Midnight's Children about people born at midnight when India gained independence from Britain?Rush DieWhat Polish-French composer wrote etudes, mazurkas, waltzes, and polonaises, including the Minute Waltz and Revolutionary Etudes?ChopinWhat three-eyed destroyer god in the Hindu Trimurti gave Ganesha the head of an elephant?ShivaMarcel Duchamp added a mustache to what famous painting to create a work known as L.H.O.O.Q?Mona LisaWhat French sculptor depicted Dante's Inferno in his The Gates of Hell, including Dante himself as The Thinker?RodinWhich Greek god plays the lyre, is the god of music and light, and is the twin brother of Artemis?ApolloWhat Austrian composer's 8th symphony is often referred to as his Unfinished Symphony?Schubert