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Liquids and Solids Laws and Applications.

MCQs of Chapter 4 Chemistry Class 11




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#1. The liquid having highest boiling point is :

#2. Allotropy is the property of

#3. Amorphous solids:

#4. NH3 shows a maximum boiling point among the hydrides of V- A group elements due to:

#5. Which of the following is in liquid state at room temperature :

#6. Which of the halogen halides has the highest percentage of ionic character:

#7. The dipole dipole forces are present among :

#8. Which of the following will have H-bonding in its molecules :

#9. The strongest acid among Halogen acids is:

#10. Which of the following molecule do not obey the octet rule :

#11. Which of the given has Hydrogen bonding:

#12. Hydrogen bonding is maximum in:

#13. Dipole induced dipoole force are also called :

#14. The distillation of liquid under reduced pressure is called :

#15. The boiling point of pure water at 1 atm pressure is :

#16. Transition temperature of S8(monoclinic)=S8(rhombic) is :

#17. Crystal of diamond is :

#18. London dipersion forces are the only forces present among the:

#19. Density of ice is minimum at 4 C due to:

#20. The boiling point of water at Muree Hills:

#21. Acetone and chloroform are soluble in each other due to:

#22. The solid which has not definite crystalline shape:

#23. Transition temperature of KNO3 is :


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