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Filtration and its techniques.
MCQs of Chapter 2 Chemistry Class 11
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#1. During paper chromatography, the stationary phase is:
#2. Which one is not example of sublimate:
#3. Chromatography in which the stationary phase is a solid is classified as:
#4. The chromatography in which stationary phase is liquid is called:
#5. Which one of following is not purified by sublimation:
#6. During chromatography strip should be dipped in solvent mixture to a depth of:
#7. Solvent extraction method is particularly useful technique for the separation when the product to be separated in:
#8. In which technique a solute distribute between two immiscible liquids:
#9. Direct conversion of solid into its vapour is called
#10. Solvent extraction is an equilibrium process and is controlled by;
#11. Which one of the following compound is purified by sublimation:
#12. The comparative rates at which the solutes move in paper chromatography, depends on:
#13. Compound which undergo sublimation is:
#14. A component having small value of K(Distribution coefficient) mostly remains in the:
#15. The drying agent used in desiccator :
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