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Punjab 11th Class Chemistry State of Matter (Solids) Mcqs Test Online

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State of Matter (Solids)

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Chemistry (11th Class)

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Mcqs


Punjab 11th Class Chemistry State of Matter (Solids) Mcqs Test Online

Chemistry State of Matter (Solids) Mcqs Test Online Punjab 11th Class

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Chemistry

1. The nature of bond in diamond is

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2. Which of the following method is most suitable for obtaining a pure, dry sample of NaCl from a mixture of NaCl and sand?

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3. Iron acts as an electrical conductor due to

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4. The results of the accurate weighing of some crystals are as follows:
Mass of weighing bottle empty = 25.652 gm
Mass of weighing bottle + crystals = 26.541 gm
What is the mass of the crystals?

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5. Crystal Lattice is an arrangement of particles in

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6. A bottle of copper oxide has been contaminated with some sodium chloride. How can the NaCl be removed from the copper oxide?

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7. NaF and MgO have both atomic ration 1:1 in their crystals such property is

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8. What method could be used to obtain copper from mixture of pondered copper and sodium chloride?

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9. Lattice energy is also called

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10. Electric current can pass through graphite in one direction but not through other direction of crystal such a property is called

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11. An insoluble solid was dropped into a measuring cylinder containing 50 cm³ of water. What will be the effect on volume of water?

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12. A crystal of the purple compound Potassium Permanganate placed at the bottom of a beaker of water and the beaker left until there is no further change. What will be observed?

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13. When gaseous ions are allowed to form a crystal, energy

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14. Lead and zinc can be separated by distillation because they have different.

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15. The spontaneous mixing of particles is called:

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16. The temperature at which two or more than two types of crystals exist in equilibrium is called.

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17. The solids in which atoms, ions or molecules have random non-repetitive three dimensional arrangements are termed as:

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