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Chemistry explores the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and reactions, and the use of such reactions to form new substances. This subject is popular among science students.

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Question 1

The minimum amount of energy required for effective collisions between reacting particles is known as


A) Activation energy

B) Bond energy

C) Kinetic energy

D) Potential energy

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Question 2

The bond formed between \(\text{H}_2\text{O}\) and \(\text{H}^+\) to form the hydroxonium \(\text{H}_3\text{O}^+\) is


A) Dative

B) Covalent

C) Electrovalent

D) Ionic

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Question 3

An element \(\text{X}\) forms the following oxides \(\text{X}_2\text{O}, \text{XO}\) and \(\text{XO}_2.\) This phenomenon illustrates the law of ________.


A) Conservation of mass

B) Definite proportion

C) Mass action

D) Multiple proportion

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Question 4

How many moles of oxygen would contain \(1.204 \times 10^{24}\) molecules?
NB: Avogadro's constant (NA) \(= 6.02 \times 10^{23}\)


A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

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Question 5

Which of the following statements about solids is correct?


A) Solid particles are less orderly than those of a liquid

B) Solid have lower densities than liquids

C) Solid particles have greater kinetic energies than those of liquids

D) Solid particles cannot be easily compressed

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Question 6

Which of the following apparatus can be used to measure a specific volume of a liquid accurately?


A) Beaker

B) Conical flask

C) Measuring cyclinder

D) Pipette

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Question 7

The general gas equation \(\frac{\text{PV}}{\text{T}} = \text{K}\) is a combination of


A) Boyle's and Charles' laws

B) Boyle's and Graham's laws

C) Charles' and Graham's laws

D) Dalton's and Graham's laws

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Question 8

The spreading of the scent of a flower in a garden is an example of ________.


A) Brownian motion

B) Diffusion

C) Osmosis

D) Tynadal effect

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Question 9

Propane and carbon (IV) oxide diffuse at the same rate because [H = 1.00, C = 12.0, O = 16.0]


A) They are both gases

B) Their molecules contain carbon

C) They have the same relative molecular mass

D) Both are denser than air

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Question 10

The energy which accompanies the addition of an electron to an isolated gaseous atom is


A) Atomization

B) Electronegativity

C) Electron affinity

D) Ionization

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