1st Year Chemistry MCQS with Answers Chapter 6

ads by google adsense
1st Year Chemistry MCQS with Answers
Image Courtesy By Freepik

Respected members,
1st Year Chemistry MCQS with Answers Available Here. In this pages your can get 1st Year Chemistry MCQS with Answers with Answers.
You can read and practice, 1st Year Chemistry MCQS with Answers on Different Topic,
We make Online question bank with the help of experienced teachers and subject specialists.

FG Study / Quiz is also very useful website for online Quiz and Test sessions. Where FG STUDY Team Design and Develop large Database and Content Management System for the quizzes. We provide wide scale online quiz System for various educational and professional examination. If you are interested please visit our site FG Study Quiz

Remember That The FG STUDY Team Always provide unique and useful content for students. If you have any question or problem do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to reply, Thanks


Which of the following molecules has zero dipole moment
BF3
NH3
CHCI3
H2O

Which of the hydrogen halides has the highest percentage of ionic character
HBr
HCI
HI
HF

Which of the following molecules has a co-ordinate covalent bond
HCI
NH4CI
NaCI
AICI3

Fluorine molecule (F2) is formed by the overlap of
s – s orbital
p – p head on overlapping of orbitals
p – p parallel overlapping of orbitals
s – p orbital

The shielding effect of the inner electrons is responsible for
Increasing electron affinity
Increasing electonegativity
Increasing ionization energy values
Decreasing ionization energy values

An ionic compound A+Bis most likely to be formed when
Both the ionization energy of A and electron affinity of B are high
The ionization energy of A is low and electron affinity of B is high
The ionization energy of A is high and electron affinity of B is low
Both the ionization energy of A and electron affinity of B are low

The shape of H3O is
Trigonal planer
Angular
Pyramidaj
Tetrahedral

Which of the following statements is not correct regarding bonding molecular orbitals
Bonding molecular orbitals have low electron density between the two nuclei
Bonding molecular orbitals possess less energy than atomic orbitals from which they are formed
Bonding molecular orbitals are formed when the electron waves undergo constructive interference
Every electron in the bonding molecular orbitals contributes to the attraction between atoms

Those elements whose electronegativities are 1.2 and 3.2, react to form
Ionic bond
Gaseous substance
Definiting a liquid substance
Covalent bond

VSEPR theory was proposed by
Sidwick
Lewis
Kossel
Nyholn and Gillespie

Continue Reading Go to Next Page