Chemistry Solutions Online Quiz Test MCQs

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Chemistry Solutions Online Quiz Test MCQs




Chemistry

1. The substance which is present in small quantity is called:

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2. Solutions containing relatively lower concentrations of solute are called:

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3. A solution of glucose is 10%. The volume to which 1g mole of it dissolved will be:

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4. Crystalline solids, which contain water molecules in their crystals, are called:

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5. The number of moles of solute dissolved per dm³ of the solution is called:

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6. Every sample of matter with uniform properties and a fixed composition is called a:

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7. The sum of mole fractions of components of a solution is equal to:

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8. Molarity of pure water is:

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9. A salt "X" is dissolved in water of pH 7, the resulting solution becomes alkaline in nature, salt "X" is made up of:

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10. The number of moles of solute in 1000g (1 kg) of the solvent is called:

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11. A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more kinds of different:

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12. All the three states of matter i.e., solid, liquid, gas can act as:

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13. The substance which is present is large quantity is called:

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14. Which will cook food more easily:

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15. As compared to molar solution, in the molal solution the quantity of solvent is:

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