Punjab 11th Class Chemistry State of Matter (Liquids) Mcqs Test Online Chemistry State of Matter (Liquids) Mcqs Test Online 11th Class Punjab 1234567891011121314151617Show paginator Hide paginator 6% Question 1 of 17Chemistry 1. Which of these processes involve a weakening of the attraction between particles? Crystallization Condensation Evaporation Freezing Question 1 of 17Question 2 of 17 2. The scientist who discussed the phenomenon of viscosity are. Fritz Poisentille Newton Vander Wall Question 2 of 17Question 3 of 17 3. Which of the following is the best method of obtaining water from ink? Filtration Distillation Chromatography Freezing Question 3 of 17Question 4 of 17 4. The distillation under reduced pressure is called Fractional distillation Steam distillation Pressure distillation Vacuum distillation Question 4 of 17Question 5 of 17 5. To help diagnose illness, doctors often need to know which amino acids are present in blood or urine. Which method is common by used to separate and identify amino acids? Re-crystallization Filtration Distillation Chromatography Question 5 of 17Question 6 of 17 6. Which of these statement best supports the idea that matter is made up of particles? If a bottle of perfume is opened, the smell spread quickly Liquids always ill the space available to them 1 cm³ of water produces nearly 1700 cm³ of steam Dehydrate it with concentrated Question 6 of 17Question 7 of 17 7. A liquid is thought to be pure ethanoic acid (acetic acid), which of the following is the best way to test its purity? Measure its B P Burn it completely in oxygen React it with ethanol Dehydrate it with concentrated H₂SO₄ Question 7 of 17Question 8 of 17 8. In which of the following are the particles the most disordered? Water at 100°C Steam at 100°C Water at 10°CImpure water at 102°C Question 8 of 17Question 9 of 17 9. Van Der Wall’s forces are effective. Both at long as well as short distance At long distance Only at short distance Independent of distanceQuestion 9 of 17Question 10 of 17 10. Which of the following two halogens are gases at room temperature. Chlorine and Bromine Fluorine and Iodine Fluorine and Chlorine Iodine and Bromine Question 10 of 17Question 11 of 17 11. A flask contains the liquid chloroform and water. They are separating funnel, which conclusion can be form this observation alone. Chloroform and water have different, boiling points Chloroform and water do not mix Chloroform and water have different relative molecular masses Chloroform has a higher density than water Question 11 of 17Question 12 of 17 12. The intermediate phase lying between the solid phase and the normal liquid phase is called Crystalline solid Crystal lattice MesogensLiquid crystals Question 12 of 17Question 13 of 17 13. The unit of surface tension is Newton square per meter 760mm of Hg Newton per meter square Newton per meter Question 13 of 17Question 14 of 17 14. The intermolecular forces are of: Two Types Three Types Five Types Four Types Question 14 of 17Question 15 of 17 15. Which one of the following forces are also called London forces Dipole-induced dipole forces Dispersion forces Lon-dipole forces Dipole-dipole forces Question 15 of 17Question 16 of 17 16. Thermostat is an instrument which Fluctuate the temperature Increases the temperature Decreases the temperature Maintains the temperature Question 16 of 17Question 17 of 17 17. The flow of the liquid where the velocity of layers is not too large is called: None of these Turbulent flow Streamline flow Newtonian (or Laminar flow) Question 17 of 17 Loading... Test By Subject Punjab Test By Topics 11th Class Chemistry You Can Learn and Gain more Knowledge through our Online Quiz and Testing system Just Search your desired Preparation subject at Gotest.