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MCQs on Van der Walls forces in Chemistry

1.

Which statement is incorrect?

boiling point is independent of the number of contact points
boiling point depends upon the number of electrons
boiling point depends upon the number of protons
boiling point is dependent on number of neutrons

2.

An increase in the number of electrons increases the

Van der Waal's forces
enthalpy change of vaporization
boiling points of noble gases
melting point of Nobel gases

3.

In order to increase the Van der Waal's forces,

contact points shall be minimized
contact points shall be made extinct
number of electrons shall be increased
number of protons shall be reduced

4.

In Van der Waal's forces, forces of attraction are formed between

σ+ of dipole of one atom/molecule and σ− of dipole of next atom/molecule
π+ of dipole of one atom/molecule and π− of dipole of next atom/molecule
δ+ of dipole of one atom/molecule and δ− of dipole of next atom/molecule
none of above

5.

Noble gases can be liquefied at

low temperatures
high temperatures
low pressures
high bond energies