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CHM 201 CBT PRACTICE TEST

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There are 40 questions which you are to answer in 15 minutes that gives you roughly 30 seconds per question.

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Inorganic Chemistry

1 / 40

1.

Ammonifying bacteria present in the soil decompose plants and animals when they die into ________

2 / 40

2.

_____ is the main types of halides formed by Group 5 elements.

3 / 40

3.

________ occurs in the elemental state as diamond and graphite.

4 / 40

4.

Sandstone, granite and slate are examples of ________.

5 / 40

5.

The reaction C6H6 + HNO3 will give _____________.

 

6 / 40

6.

Which one of the following compounds is formed when carbides are decomposed by water or dilute acids?

7 / 40

7.

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Which of the options below shows how carbon behaves differently from the rest of the elements in its group?

8 / 40

8.

Oxoacids in which the central atom is in a higher oxidation states are termed as ____________.

9 / 40

9.

The chief constituent of glass is ____________.

10 / 40

10.

The compound among the options below with the least bond energy is ___________.

11 / 40

11.

Silica gel is _____________ form of Silicon dioxide.

12 / 40

12.

Tin exhibit polymorphism because of _____________ .

13 / 40

13.

Tin is obtained by the ______.

14 / 40

14.

Hydrazine can act as a coordinating ligand forming complexes with metal ions because of _________.

15 / 40

15.

Group 5 elements form compounds mainly in two oxidation states, namely ____________.

16 / 40

16.

Dilute nitric acid will oxidise H2S to ____________.

17 / 40

17.

Mineral silicates plays an important role in national economy because from it is produced _______.

18 / 40

18.

Diamond are used in jewellery on account of their ______.

19 / 40

19.

The principal constituents of all rocks, clays and soils are ______.

 

20 / 40

20.

Ammonia functions as an electron donor because of __________.

21 / 40

21.

To distinguish between the oxidation states of the central atom in oxoacids, suffixes in which the central atom is in a lower oxidation state are termed _

22 / 40

22.

The reactivity of the various allotropes of phosphorus towards other substances decreases in the order?

23 / 40

23.

Which of the options below indicates how carbon behaves differently from other members of Group 4?

24 / 40

24.

Dilute nitric acid will oxidise HI to ____________.

25 / 40

25.

The forms of carbon include _________.

26 / 40

26.

Superphosphate of lime is a more effective fertilizer than phosphate rock because of _________.

 

27 / 40

27.

The bond energy of N-N bond in hydrazine is very small due to _______.

28 / 40

28.

The most stable hydride of phosphurous is _________.

29 / 40

29.

Carbon dioxide is used in fire extinguishers because of ________.

30 / 40

30.

The tendency of gaining an electron to acquire a stable noble gas configuration makes the halogens ________.

31 / 40

31.

_________ are formed by elements of 1,2, 3,11,12 and13 except boron.

32 / 40

32.

Concentrated nitric acid readily oxidises solid non metals and metalloids to their respective _____________.

33 / 40

33.

The tendency of ________ to form multiple bonds easily is due to its high bond energy and small atomic radius.

34 / 40

34.

Concentrated nitric acid behaves as an ______________.

35 / 40

35.

The tetrahedron of the trihydrides of Group 5 elements is distorted due to repulsion between the lone pair of electrons and the bonded pairs giving these hydrides __________ structure.

36 / 40

36.

The element with the highest electron affinity amongst the halogens is ___________.

37 / 40

37.

Boron and silicon combine with carbon to form ___________.

 

38 / 40

38.

The purest and most stable form of silica is ____________

39 / 40

39.

Which of the following statement is true ?

 

40 / 40

40.

____________ are formed by combination of carbon with some transition metals.

 

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