Chemistry Practice MCQ Page 47

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: 3349   The ionization process of electrolytes in solution is a process
  1. one way
  2. non-reversible
  3. reversible
  4. two way
Question: 3350   When electric current is passed through the solution of an electrolyte, the ions move towards
  1. each other
  2. walls
  3. electrode
  4. respective electrodes
Question: 3351   On the passage of electricity when chemical reaction takes place at the electrodes, it is called
  1. conductance
  2. voltage
  3. electrolysis
  4. em.f
Question: 3352   The movement of ions on passage of electricity is responsible for
  1. conductance
  2. voltage
  3. electrolysis
  4. amperage
Question: 3353   Complete dissociation of electrolyte in solution is attained at dilution
  1. finite
  2. infinite
  3. very high
  4. very low
Question: 3354   The fraction of the total number of molecules present in ionic state describe the degree of molecules
  1. association
  2. dissociation
  3. strength
  4. stability
Question: 3355   Electrical conductance of the solution of an electrolyte and the number of ions in the solution are
  1. independent
  2. related directly
  3. dependent
  4. not related directly
Question: 3356   Acids can only ionize when dissolved in
  1. water
  2. alcohol
  3. electrolyte
  4. non-electrolyte
Question: 3357   Acids like HCl,H2SO4,HNO3 do not ionize in state
  1. pure
  2. impure
  3. Electrolyte
  4. non-eelctrolyte
Question: 3358   the equilibrium constant for a solid electrolyte in equilibrium with its ions in solution is called
  1. ion product
  2. solubility product
  3. equilibrium constant
  4. special equilibrium constant
Question: 3360   Ordinarily the sum of components in the rate expressions of a reaction is called
  1. order of reaction
  2. sum of reaction
  3. balance of reaction
  4. type of reaction
Question: 3361   the over all order of reaction and individual order of reaction of the reactants are
  1. same
  2. may be same
  3. different
  4. may be different