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Dissolving, Filtering and Evaporating Quiz

MCQ: Larger crystals can be obtained if the

  1. evaporation is at high temperature
  2. evaporation rate is slow
  3. evaporation rate is fast
  4. evaporation speed remains stable

B

Endothermic Reactions Quiz

MCQ: Conversion of Copper Hydroxide (Cu(OH)2) into Copper Oxide (CuO) and water (H2O) is an example of

  1. combustion
  2. Thermal decomposition
  3. Neutralization
  4. Respiration

B

Electrolyte and Non Electrolyte Quiz

MCQ: What is true about non-electrolyte?

  1. they do not conduct electricity
  2. they are covalent substance
  3. they do not form ions
  4. all of above

D

Electrolyte and Non Electrolyte Quiz

MCQ: Ethanoic acid (CH3COOH) is included in

  1. strong electrolyte
  2. non-electrolyte
  3. weak electrolyte
  4. good conductors

C

pH Scale: Acid and Alkali Quiz

MCQ: Bleach has an approximate of

  1. 5
  2. 8
  3. 11
  4. 14

C