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Ionic Compounds: Crystal Lattices Quiz

MCQ: Solvents of covalent compounds include all but

  1. alcohol
  2. water
  3. petrol
  4. tetra chloromethane


Electrolyte and Non Electrolyte Quiz

MCQ: In electrolysis of brine, ions moving to anode include

  1. sodium + hydrogen ions
  2. hydroxide + Chloride ions
  3. sodium + hydroxide ions
  4. chloride ions + hydrogen gas


Periodic Table: O Level Chemistry Quiz

MCQ: Elements with 4-7 valence electrons are referred to as

  1. metals
  2. non-metals
  3. inert gases
  4. transition metals


Ionic Compounds: Crystal Lattices Quiz

MCQ: Poor conductors of electricity is a characteristic of

  1. ionic compounds
  2. covalent compounds
  3. metallic compounds
  4. dative bonds


Acids: Properties and Reactions Quiz

MCQ: Acids (H+) reacts with metal hydroxides (-OH-) to from

  1. salt and water
  2. salt and hydrogen gas
  3. salt and hydrogen oxides
  4. salt and alkali