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Ion Polarization Quiz

MCQ: Distortion of the electron cloud of an ion results in

  1. ion polarization
  2. charge polarization
  3. atomic polarization
  4. electronegativity polarization

A

Ionic Bonds and Covalent Bonds Quiz

MCQ: Keeping in mind the ethane molecule (C2H6), the incorrect statement is

  1. A double covalent bond is formed.
  2. Two hydrogen atoms share a pair of electrons with each other.
  3. Two hydrogen atoms share a pair of electrons with carbon atom.
  4. Each carbon atom shares 2 pairs of electrons with each other.

B

Thermal decomposition of Group II Nitrates Quiz

MCQ: The temperature at which thermal decomposition of metal nitrates (e.g. Ca(NO)3) of Group-II takes place,

  1. increases along the Period2
  2. increases down the group
  3. decreases down the group
  4. remains constant across the Group II metals

B

Nitrogen Gas Quiz

MCQ: By gaining electrons (e-), Nitrogen (N) attempts to attain the nuclear configuration of

  1. Neon
  2. Krypton
  3. Xeon
  4. Radon

A

Ethanoic Acid Quiz

MCQ: As methyl group (-CH3) is electron (e-) donating, ethanoic acid (CH3COOH) is the

  1. weakest acid
  2. weakest base
  3. strongest acid
  4. strongest base

A