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Reaction Kinetics Quiz

MCQ: Some particles collide but bounce back afterward it is called

  1. successful collision
  2. unsuccessful collision
  3. successful reaction
  4. unsuccessful reaction


Chemical Formula and Equations Quiz

MCQ: The number of electrons (e-) which are needed to complete the outer shell of each atom determines formula of

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


Oxides of Period 3 Elements Quiz

MCQ: The oxides of sodium (Na) and magnesium (Mg) react with water (H2O) to give off

  1. oxides
  2. dioxide
  3. hydroxides
  4. chlorides


Introduction to Ionic Equilibria Quiz

MCQ: On ionizing, water molecules (H2O) the products include

  1. H+ ion only
  2. OH -ion only
  3. oxygen
  4. H+ and OH- ions


Ammonia and Ammonium Compounds Quiz

MCQ: Almost 85 % of produced millions of tones of ammonia (NH3) is used for making

  1. glass
  2. fertilizers
  3. urea
  4. nitrogen