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Periodic Trends in Properties of the Elements Quiz

MCQ: The charge which is present on an element in a compound is called its

  1. Boiling point
  2. Melting point
  3. Oxidation state
  4. Metallic character

C

Intermolecular forces in liquids and solids Quiz

MCQ: Crystalline solids have arrangement of atoms, ions and molecules

  1. Definite
  2. Indefinite
  3. Linear
  4. Planar

A

Periodic Trends in Properties of the Elements Quiz

MCQ: Atomic radius decreases from left to right in the period due to

  1. Increase in atomic number
  2. Same Number of shells
  3. Same shielding effect
  4. All of above

D

Colligative properties Quiz

MCQ: Which of the following has maximum freezing point

  1. 1m Urea
  2. 1m NaCl
  3. 1m CaCl2
  4. 1mKCl

C

Experimental Techniques Quiz

MCQ: Which is the most common extractor?

  1. Volatile product
  2. Sublimation
  3. Ether
  4. Solvent extraction

C