MCQs in General Chemistry Part VII

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)

MCQs in General Chemistry Part 7

This is the Multiples Choice Questions Part 7 of the Series in General chemistry as one of the General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) topic. In Preparation for the ECE Board Exam make sure to expose yourself and familiarize in each and every questions compiled here taken from various sources including past Board Questions in General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) field.

Online Questions and Answers in General Chemistry Series

Following is the list of multiple choice questions in this brand new series:

General Chemistry MCQs
PART 1: MCQs from Number 1 – 50                        Answer key: PART I
PART 2: MCQs from Number 51 – 100                   Answer key: PART II
PART 3: MCQs from Number 101 – 150                 Answer key: PART III
PART 4: MCQs from Number 151 – 200                 Answer key: PART IV
PART 5: MCQs from Number 201 – 250                 Answer key: PART V
PART 6: MCQs from Number 251 – 300                 Answer key: PART VI
PART 7: MCQs from Number 301 – 350                 Answer key: PART VII
PART 8: MCQs from Number 351 – 400                 Answer key: PART VIII
PART 9: MCQs from Number 401 – 450                 Answer key: PART IX
PART 10: MCQs from Number 451 – 500                 Answer key: PART X

Continue Practice Exam Test Questions Part VII of the Series

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301. Which of the following is a crystalline form of carbon?

  • A. Diamond
  • B. Graphite
  • C. Fullerenes
  • D. All of the above

302. What crystalline carbon is soft, black, slippery solid that possess metallic luster and conduct electricity?

  • A. Charcoal
  • B. Graphite
  • C. Diamond
  • D. Coke

303. What is formed when hydrocarbons such as methane are heated in the presence of very little oxygen?

  • A. Carbon black
  • B. Charcoal
  • C. Coke
  • D. Diamond

304. What type of carbon is produced when wood is heated intensely in the absence of air?

  • A. Carbon black
  • B. Charcoal
  • C. Coke
  • D. Diamond

305. What type of carbon is used to remove undesirable odors from air?

  • A. Carbon black
  • B. Charcoal
  • C. Coke
  • D. Diamond

306. What carbon is produced when coal is strongly heated in the absence of air?

  • A. Carbon black
  • B. Charcoal
  • C. Coke
  • D. Diamond

307. What type of carbon is used in the manufacture of car tires?

  • A. Carbon black
  • B. Charcoal
  • C. Coke
  • D. Diamond

308. Which of the following is NOT a property of inorganic compounds?

  • A. High melting and boiling points
  • B. Mostly soluble in water
  • C. Conduct electric current
  • D. Usually flammable and combustible

309. Organic compounds:

  • A. Are generally soluble in non-polar systems
  • B. Are usually flammable and combustible
  • C. Have presence of covalent bond
  • D. All of the above

310. Inorganic compounds:

  • A. Are generally soluble in non-polar solvents
  • B. Are generally non flammable
  • C. Have presence of ionic bond
  • D. All of the above

311. The organic compounds are related to each other by a common feature involving a certain arrangement of atoms called __________.

  • A. Hydrocarbons
  • B. Chain
  • C. Functional groups
  • D. Alkanes

312. What is the simplest and most commonly encountered class of organic compounds?

  • A. Carbides
  • B. Oxides
  • C. Carbon Oxides
  • D. Hydrocarbons

313. Based on the type of bond existing between two carbon atoms, how do hydrocarbons classified?

  • A. Saturated and unsaturated
  • B. Pure and unpure
  • C. Organic and inorganic
  • D. Natural and artificial

314. What hydrocarbons contain only single bonds?

  • A. Alkanes
  • B. Alkyne
  • C. Alkene
  • D. Benzene

315. When a hydrocarbon consists of carbon links that form a long, straight or branched chain, it is classified as __________ type.

  • A. Cyclic
  • B. Chain
  • C. Pole
  • D. Linear

316. When hydrocarbon consists of carbon links that form a ring, it is classified as __________ type.

  • A. Cyclic
  • B. Chain
  • C. Pole
  • D. Linear

317. The aromatic hydrocarbons contain the structural unit called __________.

  • A. Alkyne
  • B. Benzene
  • C. Alkene
  • D. Alkane

318. What is a six- carbon ring with three alternating double bonds, or closely related rings or rings of similar nature where nitrogen replaces carbon in one or more ring positions?

  • A. Alkyne
  • B. Benzene
  • C. Alkene
  • D. Alkane

319. What is another term for “Alkanes”?

  • A. Olefins
  • B. Acetylene
  • C. Paraffins
  • D. Methyl

320. What is the simplest alkane which is a major component of nature gas?

  • A. Methane
  • B. Octane
  • C. Olefin
  • D. Acetylene

321. What are hydrocarbons that contain one or more double bonds?

  • A. Alkyne
  • B. Benzene
  • C. Alkene
  • D. Alkane

322. What is another term for “alkenes”?

  • A. Olefins
  • B. Ethene
  • C. Paraffins
  • D. Methyls

323. What is the simplest alkene, which is a plant hormone that plays important role in seed germination and ripening of fruits?

  • A. Anthracene
  • B. Propyl
  • C. Ethyne
  • D. Ethene

324. What are hydrocarbons that contain one or more triple bonds?

  • A. Alkyne
  • B. Benzene
  • C. Alkene
  • D. Alkane

325. What is the simplest alkyne which is a highly reactive molecule?

  • A. Ethene
  • B. Acetylene or Ethyne
  • C. Propyl
  • D. Alkyl

326. The compounds, benzene, naphthalene and anthracene are examples of what hydrocarbon?

  • A. Alphatic hydrocarbon
  • B. Aromatic hydrocarbon
  • C. Alkenes
  • D. Alkynes

327. What aromatic hydrocarbon is used as a component of mothballs?

  • A. Benzene
  • B. Naphthalene
  • C. Anthracine
  • D. Methyl

328. In 1956, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) devised a systematic way of naming organic compounds. What is this called?

  • A. System of Nomenclature
  • B. System of Identification
  • C. System of Verification
  • D. System of Unification

329. In naming of hydrocarbons, what refers to a side chain that is formed by removing a hydrogen atom from an alkane?

  • A. Alkyl group
  • B. Alken group
  • C. Methyl group
  • D. Alkyn group

330. Compounds that contain halogens are called __________.

  • A. Amines
  • B. Halides
  • C. Ethers
  • D. Aldehydes

331. The organic compounds that contains oxygen but not in the carbonyl group are called __________.

  • A. Alcohols and Ethers
  • B. Amines and Amides
  • C. Halides
  • D. Aldehydes

332. What organic compounds contain the hydroxyl as the functional group and are considered derivates of water?

  • A. Alcohols
  • B. Ethers
  • C. Aldehydes
  • D. Ketones

333. What organic compounds contain nitrogen?

  • A. Halides
  • B. Amines and Amides
  • C. Alcohols
  • D. Ethers

334. What organic compounds in which two hydrocarbon groups that can be aliphatic or aromatic are attached to one oxygen atom?

  • A. Amines
  • B. Alcohols
  • C. Ethers
  • D. Halides

335. Which of the following gases is usually used as a refrigerant?

  • A. Ketone
  • B. Muscone
  • C. Propyl ether
  • D. Dimethyl ether

336. Which of the following statements regarding organic substances is FALSE?

  • A. Organic substances generally dissolve in high concentration acids
  • B. All organic matter contains carbon
  • C. Organic matter is generally stable at very high temperatures
  • D. Organic substances generally do not dissolve in water

337. A substance that dissociates in solutions to produce positive and negative ions is called _________.

  • A. Base
  • B. Acid
  • C. Electrolyte
  • D. Solvent

338. Which of the following is most likely to prove that a substance is inorganic?

  • A. The substance evaporates in room temperature and pressure
  • B. The substance is heated together with copper oxide and the resulting gases are found to have no effect on limestone
  • C. Analysis shows that the substance contains hydrogen
  • D. The substance floats in water

339. Which of the following elements and compounds is unstable in its pure form?

  • A. Helium
  • B. Neon
  • C. Carbon Dioxide
  • D. Sodium

340. What element is known as the lightest metal?

  • A. Aluminum
  • B. Manganese
  • C. Magnesium
  • D. Lithium

341. What refers to the attraction between like molecules?

  • A. Absorption
  • B. Diffusion
  • C. Adhesion
  • D. Cohesion

342. Which of the following is the strongest type of bonds?

  • A. Van de Waals
  • B. Metallic
  • C. Covalent
  • D. Ionic

343. When all of the atoms of a molecule are the same, the substance is called a/an __________.

  • A. Compound
  • B. Chemical
  • C. Element
  • D. Ion

344. Reactions generally proceed faster at high temperatures because of which of the following?

  • A. The molecules are less energetic
  • B. The molecules collide more frequently
  • C. The activation energy is less
  • D. The molecules collide more frequently and the activation energy is less

345. The condition of a liquid electrolyte is measured in terms of its:

  • A. Specific Gravity
  • B. Acid Content
  • C. Voltage output
  • D. Current value

346. An element maybe defined as a substance with all atoms of which have the same __________.

  • A. Number of neutrons
  • B. Radioactivity
  • C. Atomic weight
  • D. Atomic number

347. The device which measures the acid content of the cell is called __________.

  • A. Acid meter
  • B. Hydrometer
  • C. Hygrometer
  • D. Pyrometer

348. In a copper atom, the valence ring contains how many electrons?

  • A. No electron
  • B. One electron
  • C. Two electrons
  • D. Four electrons

349. A __________ is a cell designed to produce electric current and can be recharged

  • A. Secondary cell
  • B. Electrolyte cell
  • C. Chemical cell
  • D. Battery

350. Which of the following statement is FALSE?

  • A. In general, as reaction products are formed, they react with each other and reform reactants
  • B. At equilibrium, the net reaction rate is zero
  • C. The different rate is the mathematical expression that shows how the rate of a reaction depends on volume
  • D. The net rate at which a reaction proceeds from left to right is equal to the forward rate minus the reverse rate

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