In Chemistry 9 Chapter 6 MCQs Test 2, there are 13 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 2

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Concentration of a solution is usually referred to as _____ of that solution.

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60% mass/volume solution of table sugar was made, the quantity of solute is _____.

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What is the correct definition of solubility?

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Crystallization does not involve _____.

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Imagine that you have created a solution of sugar and water in science class. Your teacher has asked you to retrieve the sugar in its dry state. Which plan of action below should you choose?

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How many atoms are there in 32g of oxygen gas?

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Which of the following best describes the particle size in colloids?

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When tiny particles of a substance are dispersed throughout the medium, then mixture is called _____.

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In solutions, particles are _____.

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A solution that contains more of the dissolved material than could be dissolved by the solvent under normal circumstances is called _____.

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How many grams of NaOH will be needed to prepare 350 cm3 of 0.1 M solution?

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10 ml each of liquid A and B are mixed together. It was observed that the two liquids are completely miscible and form a solution. This mixture can
be called a _____ mixture.

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Which of the following solution is more dilute?

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Class 9 Chemistry
Chapter 6
Test Yourself
MCQs Test No 2

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What is the correct definition of solubility?

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Concentration of a solution is usually referred to as _____ of that solution.

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Which of the following solution is more dilute?

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In solutions, particles are _____.

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10 ml each of liquid A and B are mixed together. It was observed that the two liquids are completely miscible and form a solution. This mixture can
be called a _____ mixture.

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60% mass/volume solution of table sugar was made, the quantity of solute is _____.

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How many grams of NaOH will be needed to prepare 350 cm3 of 0.1 M solution?

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How many atoms are there in 32g of oxygen gas?

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Crystallization does not involve _____.

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Imagine that you have created a solution of sugar and water in science class. Your teacher has asked you to retrieve the sugar in its dry state. Which plan of action below should you choose?

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A solution that contains more of the dissolved material than could be dissolved by the solvent under normal circumstances is called _____.

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When tiny particles of a substance are dispersed throughout the medium, then mixture is called _____.

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Which of the following best describes the particle size in colloids?

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