Chemistry Practice MCQ Page 41

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: 3288   If no work is done by the gas, all the heat given tot he system result in increase of
  1. internal energy
  2. pressure
  3. temperature
  4. density
Question: 3289   In laboratory as chemical reaction are carried out constant atmospheric pressure, heat exchanged expressed as
  1. qv
  2. qp
  3. q
  4. Q
Question: 3290   The heat content of a body is called
  1. calorie
  2. Joule
  3. enthaply
  4. B.T.U
Question: 3291   As enthalpy of a system is independent of the path for change, it is a
  1. unit
  2. basic unit
  3. state function
  4. derived property
Question: 3292   The quotient of the products of molar concentration of reactants and products is called
  1. reaction constant
  2. constant
  3. equilibrium constant
  4. rate constant
Question: 3293   The coefficients in the balanced equation appear in the equilibrium constant expression with the concentration terms as there
  1. multiples
  2. exponents
  3. coefficients
  4. qoutients
Question: 3294   In the symbol "Kc" the subscript "c" indicates
  1. concentration
  2. equilibrium
  3. reaction rate
  4. constant
Question: 3295   For a gaseous system, the equilibrium constant is
  1. Kc
  2. k
  3. Kp
  4. k
Question: 3296   When the concentration is expressed in terms of partial pressure, the equilibrium constant is
  1. K
  2. Kc
  3. k
  4. Kp
Question: 3297   Equilibrium constant (Kc) of a reaction can be used to predict the
  1. direction of reaction
  2. extent of reaction
  3. non of them
  4. both of them
Question: 3298   The concentrations of gaseous substances are usually expressed in terms of their
  1. moles per dm3
  2. molarity
  3. partial pressures
  4. total pressure
Question: 3299   When the value of Kc is lesser than the value of the quotient of the products of molar concentrations of reactants and products, the reaction will
  1. go forward
  2. go backward
  3. be at equilibrium
  4. stop