Chemistry Practice MCQ Page 49

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: 3370   The activated complex dissociates into
  1. reactants
  2. products
  3. catalyst
  4. intermediates
Question: 3371   Only an effective molecular collision can result in the formation of a
  1. reactant
  2. product
  3. activated complex
  4. intermediate
Question: 3372   Two molecules with sufficient energy collide to form
  1. reactant
  2. product
  3. activated complex
  4. intermediate
Question: 3373   The minimum amount of energy that a reaction system requires to attain transition state is called
  1. internal energy
  2. deactivation energy
  3. deactivation
  4. reaction energy
Question: 3374   The value of the activation energy is much greater than average kinetic energy of the
  1. atoms
  2. molecules
  3. reactants
  4. products
Question: 3375   Once a reaction starts, heat released by activated complex provides heat to the remaining molecules for
  1. reaction
  2. activated complex
  3. product
  4. reactant
Question: 3376   For a chemical reaction the number of molecules that become activated per unit time is indicate by
  1. velocity of molecules
  2. velocity of reaction
  3. kinetic energy
  4. potential energy
Question: 3377   When molecules attain energy more than the average kinetic energy, they form
  1. product
  2. reactant
  3. activated complex
  4. biproduct
Question: 3378   The rate of reaction decrease if the temperature of the reaction system
  1. is increased
  2. kept constant
  3. is decreased
  4. is kept changing
Question: 3380   Activation energy has a symbol of
  1. E0
  2. Ea
  3. E
  4. ΔE
Question: 3381   Energy of activation is usually expressed in
  1. joules
  2. calories
  3. ergs
  4. newtons
Question: 3382   When the products are in lower energy state than the reactants, the reaction is
  1. stable
  2. endothermic
  3. at equilibrium
  4. exothermic