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Measuring Standard Electrode Potential Quiz

MCQ: The types of half cell include

  1. metal/metal ion
  2. non-metal/non-metal
  3. ion/ion
  4. all of above

D

Atom Facts Quiz

MCQ: Attractions of electrons towards anode shows

  1. electrons are negatively charged only
  2. electrons carry very small mass only
  3. electrons carry more mass than protons
  4. electrons are negatively charged and carry very small mass

D

Nitrogen and Gas Properties Quiz

MCQ: Nitrogen gas is found in a group of the periodic table of

  1. V
  2. VII
  3. VI
  4. X

A

Covalent Bonding Quiz

MCQ: The representation of bond by a single, double or triple line is done in

  1. ionic bond
  2. covalent bond
  3. co-ordinate bond
  4. metallic bond

B

Oxides and Hydroxides of Period 3 Elements Quiz

MCQ: In water, the oxides of Na and Mg produce

  1. H2(g)
  2. OH-
  3. H3O
  4. O2H-3

B