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Chemistry 9 Chapter 8 MCQs Tests


Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Chemistry

Chapter 8

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Which alloy is used by dentists?

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Metallic bonding involves _____.

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Which of the following does not represent a symbol for noble metal?

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Potassium super oxide react with moisture and carbon dioxide and produce

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Name the Property of elements to lose electron and become cation .

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Which of the following will react with most ease with oxygen present in the air?

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Name the mixture to which gold and platinum can react.

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Electropositive character is also known as _____.

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Choose the correct order for metallic character.

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Which of the following metals will have the lowest melting point?

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Nature of oxides of aluminium are

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Copper nickle alloy is used to make

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Which of the following metals is NOT an active metal?

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Among all the alkali metals, cesium has the lowest ionization energy. Which of these will then have the highest electropositive character?

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As we go from Li to Cs, electropositive character _____.

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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Chemistry
Chapter 8
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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When hydrogen halides dissolve in water , it will form

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Which of the following elements is NOT a non-metal?

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When halogens and metals react , they form salts called

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Which of the following halogens does NOT exist in diatomic form?

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Atoms with high electronegative character prefer to form _____.

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The only non-metal that exists in liquid state is _____.

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Which of the following elements will have the highest electronegativity?

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The correct increasing acidic strength of acids of halogens is

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Which non metal is the most non metallic ?

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Fluorine can oxidize all halide ions because of high

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