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Electrolysis Technique Quiz

MCQ: The benefits of cryolite

  1. dissolves aluminum oxide only
  2. improves electrical conductivity only
  3. oxidizes the electrolyte
  4. dissolves aluminum oxide and improves electrical conductivity


Polyamides Quiz

MCQ: All nylons are made by reactions amine group and

  1. carboxylic acids only
  2. acyl-chloride group only
  3. alkyls
  4. carboxylic acids and acyl-chloride group


Quantitative Electrolysis Quiz

MCQ: In electrolysis of silver nitrate solution, silver is deposited at

  1. anode
  2. cathode
  3. inert electrode
  4. charged electrode


Gas Reactions Equilibria Quiz

MCQ: Respiratory diseases in patients are diagnosed by analyzing partial pressure of gases in

  1. lungs
  2. blood
  3. serum
  4. trachea


Electronic Configurations Quiz

MCQ: The only element which have electronic configuration of 1s2 is

  1. helium
  2. lithium
  3. beryllium
  4. oxygen