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Q.1: The process of polymerization was classified by———-?

  1. Strecker
  2. Sabatier
  3. Runge
  4. W. H. Carothers


Q.2: Which is sold as fertilizer ———-?

  1. CaSiO3
  2. Na2SiO3
  3. Ca3(PO4)2
  4. MnSiO3


Q.3: When an active metal like Al comes in contact with less active element like Cu then it produces———?

  1. dry cell
  2. galvanic cell
  3. electrolytic cell
  4. A and B


Q.4: Which of the following is typical transition metal ?

  1. Sc
  2. Y
  3. Cd
  4. Co


Q.5: K2 (Cu(CN)4) which one is correct ———- ?

  1. Potassium tetra cyano cupperate
  2. Co-ordination number is 2
  3. Ligand is positively charged
  4. Central atom is present in avionic sphere


Q.6: The location of transition elements is in between———?

  1. lanthanides And actinides
  2. s and p block elements
  3. chalcogens and halogens
  4. d and f block elements


Q.7: Compounds attracted by applied strong magnetic field are called———?

  1. diamagnetic
  2. paramagnetic
  3. good conductor
  4. ferromagnetic


Q.8: When light is exposed to transition element then electrons jump from lower orbitals to higher orbitals in———–?

  1. orbitals of f-subshell
  2. orbitals of d-subshell
  3. orbitals of p-subshell
  4. both A And B


Q.9: When a compound of transition element is dissolved in a solution of salt then it produces———-?

  1. simples ions
  2. complex ions
  3. double salts
  4. strong anions


Q.10: The species which donate two electron pairs in a coordination compound is called———?

  1. ligand
  2. mono-dentate ligand
  3. poly-dentate ligand
  4. bi-dentate ligand