Chemistry Practice MCQs Chapter 5 Class 12


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Chemistry Ch 5 Class 12

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The halogens are known as:

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Which of the following is a result of reaction between Iodine and Oxygen?

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Electrons are most loosely bound in which of the following halogen?

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Which of the following can be bleached using Bleaching power?

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Which of the following is the highest oxidizing agent?

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) Which halogen is present in Teflon?

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Noble gasses have?

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Sulfur with HI acts as a:

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What is the chief ore of fluorine?

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Percentage of Chlorine present In bleaching powder Is:

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The reduction of which of the following produces Hydrofluoric acid?

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Bleaching powder is agent?

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Which of the following is bleaching powder’s formula?

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Which of the following is a component of TEAR GAS:

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From the following which is used as bleaching agent

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Which halogen is used as a refrigerant?

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is used in electric light bulbs, in fluorescent tubes, in radio tubes and Geiger counters

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Oxides of xenon are formed from:

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Fluorine Is reactive due to its:

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Which of the following show halogens?

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Which of the following has highest boiling point?

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Which of the following is the formula of Potassium permanganate?

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The order of decreasing power as an oxidizing agent is

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Which of the following halogen does not form stable oxyacids?

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What is the heat of vaporization of radon?

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