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Save Energy: O Level Chemistry Quiz

MCQ. CHP stands for

  1. Compressed hydrogenated petrol
  2. combustible halogenated propane
  3. combined heat and power
  4. controlled hallucinating pressures


Salts: Hydrogen of Acids Quiz

MCQ. In order to test presence of Chlorides,

  1. dilute HNO3 + Ag(NO3)2 shall be added
  2. dilute HCl shall be added
  3. dilute NaOH shall be added
  4. dilute KOH shall be added


Electrolyte and Non Electrolyte Quiz

MCQ. Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) is an example of

  1. strong electrolyte
  2. non-electrolyte
  3. weak electrolyte
  4. natural acid


Neutralization Quiz

MCQ. In neutralization reactions, instead of pH meter,

  1. barometer should be used
  2. gas syringe shall be used
  3. data loggers are a better choice
  4. heat sensors should be used


Chemical and Ionic Equations Quiz

MCQ. Law of conservation of mass

  1. ensures that number of atoms of elements before and after the reaction are same
  2. is important for strong Van der Waals' forces
  3. is important to increase the volatility of metals
  4. is important for melting and boiling points of metals only