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Van der Walls forces in Chemistry Questions and Answers

1.

A mole of liquid can be converted into a mole of gas by

breaking the bond energy
increasing the catalyst
reaching the enthalpy change of vaporization
decreasing catalyst

2.

A greater quantity of negative charge exists between two atomic nuclei in

ionic bonds
single covalent bonds
double covalent bonds
triple covalent bonds

3.

Which statement is correct about Group-II metals who have attraction of high nuclear charge?

it is because of the greater shielding effect
it makes the loss of electrons impossible
it is because of the distance from the nucleus
it outweighs the attraction of higher nuclear charge

4.

A fluorine atom (F) affects pair of an electron in a covalent bond, which is

weakest
strongest
neutral
constant

5.

The process of decomposition of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and formation of calcium oxide (CaO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) takes place in

furnace
factory
industry
lime kiln