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Electrolysis Technique Quiz

MCQ: Concentrated aqueous solution of sodium chloride is called as

  1. brine
  2. milk of magnesia
  3. sludge
  4. bauxite


Reactions of Group VII Elements Quiz

MCQ: After Fluorine (F2), halogen that has higher electronegativity is

  1. I
  2. F
  3. Br
  4. Cl


Mechanisms: Organic Reactions Quiz

MCQ: When bond is broken homolytically species produced are called

  1. free electrons
  2. free radicals
  3. free atoms
  4. free bond


Reaction Kinetics Quiz

MCQ: Collision theory states that particles must collide with each other in correct orientation and sufficient energy to

  1. attract
  2. repel
  3. react
  4. respond


Bonding and Physical Properties Quiz

MCQ: Attraction of water molecules to ions on surface of ionic solid is termed as

  1. ion-dipole attractions
  2. dipole interaction
  3. dipole reaction
  4. ion-attraction