Chemistry Quiz on Equilibrium State for IIT JEE, NEET, Medical & Engineering Exam 2021

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Chemistry Quiz on Equilibrium State
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Chemistry Quiz on Equilibrium State

Chemistry Quiz on Equilibrium State: NEET/JEE Chemistry is considered to be the most scoring subject. As it is one of the easiest scoring subjects, it is often ignored and undermined a subject. But if you want to get an edge over others, here is a tip, master NEET/JEE Chemistry concepts. Chemistry demands the attention of students in understanding reactions and concrete basic understanding but once done it only gets easier from there. Mastering NCERT syllabus for NEET/JEE Chemistry should be topping your list of to-do for chemistry. In this post we are providing you Chemistry quiz on Equilibrium State.

Chemistry Quiz on Equilibrium State

 

Q1. The solubility of Fe(OH)3 would be maximum in ________.
a) 0.1M H2SO4
b) 0.01M KOH
c) 0.1M HCl
d) 0.1M NaOH

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a) 0.1M H2SO4

Q2. According to Le Chatelier’s principle adding heat to a solid and liquid in equilibrium will cause the ________.
a) Amount of solid to decrease
b) Amount of liquid to decrease
c) Temperature to rise
d) Temperature to fall

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a) Amount of solid to decrease

Q3. All compounds are in equilibrium in a reversible reaction. If reactants are doubled in concentration the equilibrium constant would be ________.
a) Doubled
b) Constant
c) Reduced to half its original value
d) Reduced to one-fourth of its original value

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b) Constant

Q4. At a certain temperature 2HI ⥨ H2 + I2 only 50% HI is dissociated at equilibrium. The equilibrium constant is _________.
a) 0.25
b) 1.0
c) 3.0
d) 0.6

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a) 0.25

Q5. Equimolar solutions of the following compounds are prepared separately in water. Which will have the lowest pH value?
a) BeCl2
b) CaCl2
c) MgCl2
d) SrCl2

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a) BeCl2

Q6. Which has the highest degree of ionization?
a) 0.0001M NH3
b) 0.1M NH3
c) 0.001M NH3
d) 0.1M NH3

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a) 0.0001M NH3

Q7. In some solutions, the concentration of H3O+ remains constant even when small amounts of strong acid or strong base are added to them. These solutions are known as ________.
a) Buffer solution
b) Colloidal solution
c) Ideal solution
d) True solution

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Q8. Which of the following sulphides has the largest value of Ksp?
a) CuS
b) CdS
c) PbS
d) ZnS

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d) ZnS

Q9. 0.1M solution of which of the substances will be basic?
a) Ammonium chloride
b) Calcium nitrate
c) Sodium sulphate
d) Sodium borate

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d) Sodium borate

Q10. Addition of which chemical will decrease the hydrogen ion concentration of an acetic acid solution?
a) Al2(SO4)3
b) AgNO3
c) NH4Cl
d) NaCN

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d) NaCN

 



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