Chemistry MCQs Chapter No.4 Liquids & Solids MDCAT

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Book Name :  Chemistry
Chapter No. 04
Chapter Name : Liquids and Solids 
Total MCQ from Text Book :  50
Book Version  :

Published By : Punjab Text Book Board Lahore
Approved By : Govt of the Punjab and Federal Ministry for Education
Test Type : MCQ’s
Exam conduct By : Inter Boards of Sindh, KPK, Balochistan, AJK, Gilgit Baltistan, Punjab & Federal
Class / Grade  : 11 ( F.Sc. Intermediate)
Total Marks : 50
Total Time :   50 minutes



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Acetone and chloroform are soluble in each other due to:

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Transition temperature of KNO3 is:

3 / 50

Cesium in Cesium chloride has coordination number:

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The physical state of Butane is gas, Decane is liquid and Isodecane is solid. This variation in physical states in alkanes is due to presence of:

5 / 50

In closest packing of atoms of metals, the space occupied:

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NH3 shows a maximum boiling point among the hydrides of Vth group elements due to:

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Water has maximum density a

8 / 50

The boiling point increases from Fluorine (-188.1 C) to Iodine (+184.4 C) due to:

9 / 50

The crystal formed due to London forces of interaction are :

10 / 50

Double helical structure of DNA has diameter range:

11 / 50

Amorphous solids:

12 / 50

The molecules of CO2 in dry ice form the:

13 / 50

London dispersion forces are also known as:

14 / 50

In solid Iodine, I-I bond distance is:

15 / 50

NaNO3 and CaCO3 are:

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London dispersion forces are the only forces present among the:

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Maximum hydrogen bonding is found in:

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It consists of discrete molecules:

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The vapour pressure of water at 20 C (in torr) is:

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AgNO3 has crystalline form/s:

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London forces are present in:

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The type of hybridization in diamond:

23 / 50

Dry ice belongs to:

24 / 50

Which one is liquid?

25 / 50

Noble gases have

26 / 50

Which of the following is not a molecular solid?

27 / 50

The intermolecular forces between ions and water are:

28 / 50

Under vacuum, the boiling temperature of glycerin at 50 torr is:

29 / 50

Strength of hydrogen bonding is:

30 / 50

When water freezes at 0 C, its density decreases due to:

31 / 50

Ionic solids arc characterized by:

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The most unsymmetrical crystal system:

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Molar heat of vapourization of water in kJ/mol is:

34 / 50

Dipole-dipole interactions are present in:

35 / 50

Which of the following is a pseudo solid'?

36 / 50

Diamond is a bad conductot becatise:

37 / 50

CuSO4.5H2O is an example of crystal system:

38 / 50

Which substance will conduct current in solid state?

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The minimum vapour pressure among the following is:

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In order to mention the boiling point of water at 110 C, the external pressure should be:

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In cubic and hexagonal closest packing, the number of layers that are identical :

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Maximum hydrogen bonding is found in:

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At Murree hills, due to external pressure of 700 torr water boils at:

44 / 50

Metallic luster shown by sodium metal is explained by:

45 / 50

At Mount Everest, external pressure is 323 torr and water boils at:

46 / 50

In H+? ? Cl ?- H+? - Cl-?

47 / 50

HF is a weak acid due to:

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It is amorphous:

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The boiling points in alkanes increase from lower to higher due to:

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When external pressure is 1489 torr, water shows boiling point of :

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