Liquids and Solids Mcqs

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1.
Which of the following has strongest intermolecular forces of attraction?

Hydrogen (H2)

Chlorine (Cl2)

Lodine (I2)

Methane (CH4)

2.
Which has strongest bonding in the solid state?

Hydrogen Chloride (HCI)

Chlorine (Cl2)

Xenon(Xe)

Sodium Chloride (NaCI)

3.
When substance moves from a solid to a liquid state all of the following changes occur except

Molecules become more disordered

K.E of the molecules decreases

Intermolecular forces become weaker

Molecule become further separated

4.
When the atoms of third layer are arranged in such a way that they directly lie above the atoms of first layer then this arrangement is called

ABAB (hexagonal)

ABCABC (Cubic)

Orthor hombic

Rhombohedral

5.
In order to mention the boiling point of water at 110?C the external pressure should be

Between 760 torr and 1200 torr

Between 200 torr and 760 torr

765 torr

Any value of pressure

8.
Which one of the following does not show hydrogen bonding ?

Water

Ethyl alcohol

Phenol

Diethyl ether

12.
Actually the vapour pressure on the surface of liquid in the flask is equal to

? h

Pa - ?h

Pa + ?h

Pt = Pa - ?h

13.
Forces of attraction which may be present between all kinds of atoms and molecules are

Intramolecular

Intermolecular

Van der Waal

Dipole-induced dipole

14.
The density of water may be

Equal to that of ice

Greater than that of ice

Less than that of ice

All are possible

15.
The quantity of heat required to convert one mole of liquid into its vapours at its boiling point is called molar heat of

Vaporization

Evaporation

Crystallization

Sublimation

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