In Chemistry 9 Chapter 6 MCQs Test 1, there are 12 MCQs. We have prepared 25 multiple-choice questions, which are divided into 2 practice Tests and two Test yourself MCQs Tests. All MCQs are prepared from FBISE Book and Past Papers.

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Class 9 Chemistry
Chapter 6
Practice
MCQs Test No 1

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You need to make 10.0 cm3 of 1.2 M KNO3. What molarity would the potassium nitrate solution need to be if you were to use only 2.5 cm3 of it?

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Particle size in suspension is _____.

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Jelly and milk are examples of _____.

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Solid potassium chloride is added to water until no more can be dissolved at that temperature. Some solid remains at the bottom of the beaker. How would you describe the solution?

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The component that is present in greater amount in a solution is called:

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Dextrose (also called D-glucose, C6H12O6) solution with a mass of 200 g has 15.8 g of dextrose dissolved in it. What is the mass/mass percent concentration of the solution?

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A solution is made by dissolving some salt in a beaker of water. The salt is referred to as _____.

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A solute was dissolved in water, and a large amount of heat evolved. The solubility of this solute will _____.

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If you dilute 175 cm3 of a 1.6 M solution of LiCl to 1.0 dm3, determine the new concentration of the solution.

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If 6.3 cm3 acetone is dissolved in a water solution such that the total volume of solution is 100.0 cm3, what is the concentration of the acetone expressed as a volume percent?

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1 molar solution of glucose in water contains _____ g glucose per liter.

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4g of NaOH is dissolved in 100cm3 solution. The molarity of the solution is _____.

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Class 9 Chemistry
Chapter 6
Test Yourself
MCQs Test No 1

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Dextrose (also called D-glucose, C6H12O6) solution with a mass of 200 g has 15.8 g of dextrose dissolved in it. What is the mass/mass percent concentration of the solution?

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Jelly and milk are examples of _____.

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Solid potassium chloride is added to water until no more can be dissolved at that temperature. Some solid remains at the bottom of the beaker. How would you describe the solution?

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4g of NaOH is dissolved in 100cm3 solution. The molarity of the solution is _____.

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A solute was dissolved in water, and a large amount of heat evolved. The solubility of this solute will _____.

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If you dilute 175 cm3 of a 1.6 M solution of LiCl to 1.0 dm3, determine the new concentration of the solution.

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If 6.3 cm3 acetone is dissolved in a water solution such that the total volume of solution is 100.0 cm3, what is the concentration of the acetone expressed as a volume percent?

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1 molar solution of glucose in water contains _____ g glucose per liter.

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You need to make 10.0 cm3 of 1.2 M KNO3. What molarity would the potassium nitrate solution need to be if you were to use only 2.5 cm3 of it?

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The component that is present in greater amount in a solution is called:

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Particle size in suspension is _____.

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A solution is made by dissolving some salt in a beaker of water. The salt is referred to as _____.

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