Inorganic chemistry MCQs

By: Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
Last modified on April 27th, 2021

Inorganic chemistry MCQs

(1) The temporary hardness of water is removed by…..

a) Deionized water

b) Zeoolite

c) Boiling

d) Lime process

e) A and B

f) A, C and D

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F

(2) The reaction between two HF and SbF5 leads to the formation of…..

a) H2SbF3+ 2F2

b) [SbF6 ]–+[H2F]+

c) HSbF2+ 3F2

d) SbF3+ H2 + 2F2

e) All of the above

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B

(3) The ZnO used as……

a) Astringent

b) Antidote

c) Protective

d) A and B

e) A and C

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E

(4) Hydrogen peroxide are usually used as…..

a) Protective

b) Antioxidant

c) Acidifying agent

d) Antispectic

e) A and B

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D

(5) AgNO3 is defined as……

a) Protein preparation antimicrobial agent

b) Oxidative antimicrobial agent

c) Halogented antimicrobial agent

d) acidifying agent

e) None of these

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A

(6) The sterile water for injection is stored in the……

a) Type 2

b) Type 1

c) None of these

d) A and B

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D

(7) In the concept of Bronsted Lowry acid is ……

a) Proton accepter

b) Proton Donor

c) Electron accepter

d) Electron donor

e) C and D

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B

(8) By which method the permanent hard water is softed …….

a) Zeoolite

b) Additiom of soluble carbonate

c) Polyphosphate chelation

d) None of these

e) All of the above

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E

(9) The inorganic antimicrobial is divided into ……

a) Protein precipitate

b) Oxidation

c) Halogenation

d) None of these

e) All of the above

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E

(10) The mechanism of halogenation occuring with antispectic are…..

a) Sulphydryl

b) Halogens

c) Hypohalite

d) Oxidation

e) None of these

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C

(11) The KMnO4 solution is usually used for……

a) Antifungal

b) Antibacterical

c) Antioxcident

d) A and B

e) B and C

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D

(12) The test water attack can be applied for…..

a) Treated sodalime glass

b) General purpose sodalime glass

c) Soda lime glass

d) Borosilicate glass

e) All of the above

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A

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