Chemistry Practice MCQ Page 14

Multiple Choice questions for Chemistry in the sets of 10 each on one page with questions and answers. All sets are useful in the preparation of subject tests for employment or admission.
Question: 1279   At equilibrium, the rate of disappearing of reactants and the rate of formation of products are
  1. different
  2. very different
  3. equal
  4. almost equal
Question: 1280   The change of concentrations of reactants and products with time is called
  1. rate of equilibrium
  2. rate of reaction
  3. forward rate
  4. backward rate
Question: 1348   When at equilibrium there is no motion what so ever, it is called.
  1. dynamic
  2. static
  3. permanent
  4. dead
Question: 1349   All types of chemical equilibra and equilibra between physical states are called
  1. static
  2. dynamic
  3. permanent
  4. temporary
Question: 1351   At equilibrium, as long as the volume of the container and the temperature of the chemical system remains unchanged, the concentrations of reactants and products
  1. do not change
  2. keep on changing
  3. changes
  4. is fixed
Question: 1352   At the beginning the concentrations of reactants and products change
  1. slowly
  2. rapidly
  3. smoothly
  4. sharply
Question: 1353   The concentrations of the active masses of the reacting species and the rate of reaction are
  1. interdependent
  2. independent
  3. related
  4. not related
Question: 1354   Law of Mqass Action was put forward by
  1. Goldberg and Waage
  2. Guldberg
  3. Waage
  4. Einstin
Question: 1355   The rate at which a chemical reaction proceeds and the product of the active masses of the reacting substances are
  1. indirectly related
  2. related
  3. not related
  4. directly related
Question: 1356   A homogeneous mixture of two or more than two substance whose proportions can be varied within certain limits is called
  1. mixture
  2. solution
  3. compound
  4. element
Question: 1357   A binary solution is composed of substances in member
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 1
Question: 1358   The substance that is present in large quantity in the solution is called
  1. solvent
  2. solute
  3. solution
  4. electrolyte