Chemistry Chemical Energetics Online Quiz Test MCQs

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Chemistry Chemical Energetics Online Quiz Test MCQs


1. What is the value of internal of an element of 25°C at atmospheric pressure?

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2. Thermochemistry is the study of relationship between heat, energy and:

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3. Any property which depends upon the state of system is called:

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4. The SI unit of heat + energy is:

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5. Which is most stable form of C at 25°C?

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6. Entropy is a measure of ______ system.

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7. A substance or a mixture undergoing a physical change is called:

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8. Evaporation of water is a:

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9. What do you call the apparatus generally used for measuring heat changes?

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10. A state function represents:

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11. What si not a state function?

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12. Entropy of universe tends towards:

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13. Al the naturally processes proceed with the:

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14. A process is solid to be ______ if the temperature remains constant throughout.

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15. In exothermic reactions,  ΔH is:

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  • Shazil

    Entropy of universe tends to be maximum.
    Exothermic reaction has -ve sign for H

  • i think increase

  • Irfan N. Khan

    Yes the mcq is wrong

  • Hamza

    There are some mistakes in these questions . In exothermic reaction , enthalpy is negative and value of Delta H is less than zero ,so heat is released . its sign is negative then. Secondly Entropy is the measure of disorder of system and its increasing gradually (not constant) which will result in heat death after million of years.

  • Tajmeer Khan

    i think increase