MCQs of Chapter 10 Chemistry Class 11

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Concepts of Reactions using electricity, Laws of Chemicals and their properties.

MCQs of Chapter 10 Chemistry Class 11




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#1. Oxidation number of chromium in Cr2O3 is :

#2. In H2SO4, the oxidation number of "S" is:

#3. The voltage of nickel cadmium cell is:

#4. A single lead cell provide volts:

#5. Standard Hydrogen Electrode (SHE) is made of:

#6. The oxidation number of Cl in HClO4 is:

#7. The cathodic reaction in the electrolysis of dil.H2SO4 with Fe electrodes is:

#8. The oxidation state of oxygen in KO2 is:

#9. If salt bridge is not used between two half cells, then the voltage:

#10. The oxidation number of O atom in OF2 is:

#11. Oxidation number of Cr in K2Cr2O7 is:

#12. Oxidation number of Cl in a Ca(ClO3)2 is:

#13. The oxidation state of Mn in KMnO4 is:

#14. Stronger is the oxidation agent, greater is the:

#15. Rhe reduction potential of zinc is:

#16. Oxidation number of Cr in a K2CrO4 is :

#17. Oxidation number of phosphorus in the compound (HPO3) is:

#18. Stronger the oxidizing agent,greater is the:


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