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Electrolyte and Non Electrolyte Quiz

MCQ: In electrolysis of aqueous Copper Sulfate CuSO4, at cathode

  1. pink deposit of copper metal is deposited
  2. hydrogen gas is given off
  3. hydrogen ions are easier to discharge than copper ions
  4. Cu+2 forms crystals


Chemical Symbols Quiz

MCQ: Formula of Calcium Hydrogen Carbonate indicates

  1. that the charge on Ca is +2
  2. the charge on HCO3 is −1
  3. that for each molecule of calcium hydrogen carbonate, one ion of Ca and two ions of hydrogen carbona
  4. all of these


Chemical and Ionic Equations Quiz

MCQ: Metal that burns even more brightly than Magnesium (Mg) is

  1. zinc
  2. mercury
  3. zirconium
  4. diamond


Acids: Properties and Reactions Quiz

MCQ: PH value above 7 is

  1. acidic
  2. alkaline
  3. neutral
  4. basic


Salts: Hydrogen of Acids Quiz

MCQ: If metal hydroxide and acid reaction to form Potassium Nitrate (KNO3), reactants will be

  1. K + HNO3
  2. KOH + HNO2
  3. KOH + HNO3
  4. KOH2+ HNO3