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100 Important Chemistry Questions Quiz Online Basic Info Mcq’s Practice Test with Answers

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Test Name : Chemistry Mega Quiz Info Test
Subject : Mega Quiz
Test Type : Mcqs
Total Question : 100
Total Marks : 200

To test and also improve your general knowledge about various concepts of Chemistry, you can attempt the following mega quiz which includes 100 important mcq’s questions and answers about the subject. If you are able to score good marks in this quiz then you will definitely be able to achieve good marks in any exam related to Chemistry.

100 Important Chemistry Questions Quiz Online Basic Info Mcq’s Practice Test with Answers

 

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1. Dextose is also called:

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2. Ketones react with sodium nitroprusside alkaline giving precipitate:

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3. Silica contains oxygen by weight:

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4. Which has least melting point among the given?

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5. Oxides of metals are:

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6. Biopolymers are:

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7. Fuel cells are mostly used in space aircrafts as the source of:

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8. Covalent compounds mostly exist in the form of:

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9. Half life period of a first order reaction is independent of:

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10. Most of the universe consists of the matter in:

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

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12. A limiting reactants is one:

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13. X-rays have same nature as:

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14. Plasma consists of:

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15. The pH of 0.001M NaOH aqueous solution is:

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16. A chemical reaction A →B is said to be in equilibrium when:

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17. The force which holds together two or more atoms or ions to form a large variety of compounds is called:

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18. Reaction of CO₂ with Grignard’s reagent gives:

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19. Evaporation of water is a:

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20. Metals tends to lose electrons, becoming:

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21. DDT is a:

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22. X-rays were discovered by:

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23. Which will cook food more easily:

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24. Which one is more toxic?

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25. Hydrides formed between elements with E.N difference greater than 1.8 is:

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26. When rate of reaction is restarted by adding a substance, it is said to be:

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27. Properties of metals are:

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28. Entropy is a measure of ______ system.

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29. Which is an inert gas?

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30. Which one of the following has the same number of electrons as an alpha particle?

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31. Fuel cells are the means by which chemical energy may be converted into:

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32. Alcohols are:

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33. A substance having sigma and pi bond in it gives:

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34. The reasons for less experimental yield than theoretical yield are reversible reaction, side reaction and:

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35. Catalyst changes:

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36. Which property of oxygen resembles with sulphur?

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37. Amino acids (proteins) are identified by the test:

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38. The dipole moment of water is:

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39. Swedish chemist J. Berzelius determined:

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40. Molarity of pure water is:

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41. 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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42. A good reservoirs of energy to body is:

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43. The rate of reaction:

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44. Halokanes are:

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45. Arenes are also called:

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46. Most stable hydrides is of:

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47. Salts of dichromic acids are:

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48. Formula of cryolite is:

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49. Vegetable oils are:

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50. Benzyl acetate has flavour of:

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51. Mineral oil is called:

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52. The benzene molecule contains:

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53. Pb has inert pair of electrons:

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54. The molecule has triple bond in it:

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55. Acetic acid is manufactured by:

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56. Bakelite is a:

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57. A pseudo uni-molecular reaction has order of reaction:

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58. Borax in water is:

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59. Buffer capacity is maximum when both components have:

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60. The sum of pH and pOH is:

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61. Major component of natural gas is:

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62. Reaction of HNO₃with benzene gives:

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63. Carboxyl compounds have functional group:

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64. Esters are used as:

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65. Which enzyme is not involved in the fermentation of starch?

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66. Higher alcohols are:

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67. Isomers have same properties:

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68. X-rays are attracted towards:

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

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70. Catalytic oxidation of benzene gives:

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71. All gases can be compressed by:

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72. The mass of one mole of iodine:

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73. Oxidation of NO in air produces:

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74. The dipole moment of orthochlorobenzene is:

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75. The SI unit of heat + energy is:

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

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77. Type of isomerism in BrCH=CHBr is:

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78. The e/m value for positive rays is maximum:

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

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80. Kinetic theory of gas was put forward by:

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81. Grape sugar or blood sugar is called to:

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82. Newland said, every eight element repeats properties of element:

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83. In exothermic reactions,  ΔH is:

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84. An ion having negative charge is called:

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85. The nature of positive rays depends on:

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86. Inside every fluorescent lamp there is present a:

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87. Non-metals tend to gain electrons, becoming:

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88. 4-d series is in the period:

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89. The difference of potential of two electrodes when concentration of solution is 1 M each at 25°C and 1 atm is called:

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90. SN₂ reactions can be best carried out with:

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91. Which of the following is the simplest form of matter?

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92. Metallic conduction is also called as:

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93. Alpha rays consists of:

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94. Cell potential depends upon:

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95. The covalent radius of Cl atom is:

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96. Organic molecules are completely burnt during incineration at temperature (C°)

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

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98. In an electrolytic cell, the electrons flow from:

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99. In 1913, Mosley used the x-rays to determine:

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100. Mendeleev was a scientist:

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