Chemistry Practice MCQ Page 5

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: 609   with decrease in temperature the kinetic energy of the molecules
  1. decreases
  2. increases
  3. does not change
  4. remains same
Question: 610   By compression all gases can be converted to
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. liquid and then solid
  4. liquids only
Question: 611   When due to cooling and increase in pressure on gas molecule approach each other, there occur
  1. evaporation
  2. condensation
  3. crystallization
  4. solidification
Question: 612   on coiling the intermolecular forces over come the energy of molecules
  1. potential
  2. chemical
  3. internal
  4. kinetic
Question: 613   As on condensation the empty spaces between the molecules are reduced the liquids and solid are almost
  1. compressible
  2. incompressible
  3. comparable
  4. incomparable
Question: 1006   Although intermolecular forces in liquids are sufficient enough, even then molecules can have motion.
  1. vibrational
  2. ration
  3. complete
  4. translational
Question: 1007   As molecules in liquid can slide part each other, they have
  1. definite shape
  2. indefinite shapes
  3. complete
  4. changing shape
Question: 1008   As liquids are miscible with each other they are
  1. mixable
  2. diffuseable
  3. soluable
  4. diffuseable
Question: 1009   solids can not diffuse in each other as their molecules are
  1. light
  2. heavy
  3. bonded by strong forces
  4. bonded in lattice
Question: 1010   When kinetic energy of molecules of liquid is decreased sufficiently, short range attractive forces cause
  1. solidification
  2. evaporation
  3. crystallization
  4. liquification
Question: 1011   The properties of liquid that depend mainly on the number of molecules and not on their nature are
  1. comparative
  2. constitutive
  3. colligative
  4. additive
Question: 1012   The properties of liquid that depend upon arrangement of atoms in the molecules are called properties:
  1. comparative
  2. constitutive
  3. colligative
  4. additive