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  1. Which of the following metals cannot replace hydrogen from water or steam?

(a) Sodium (b) Magnesium (c) Iron

(d) Calcium (e) Copper.

  1. The most common type of chemical reaction which alkanes undergone is

(a) Substitution (b) Addition

(c) Condensation (d) Polymerization

(e) Double decomposition.

  1. By means of filtration, one component can be obtained pure from an aqueous mixture of sodium chloride and

(a) Potassium nitrate (b) Sand

(c) Lead nitrat (d) Glucose (e) Starch

  1. Which of the following substances are all made by the process polymerization?

(a) Nylon and soap

(b) Ethanoic acid, margarine and ethanol

(c) Nylon and artificial rubber

(d) Soap and butane

(e) Margarines and nylon

  1. The oxidation state of manganese in potassium permanganate is

(a) +7 (b) +5 (c) +3 (d) +2 (e) +1

  1. The empirical formula of an oxide of nitrogen containing 30.4% of nitrogen is (N= 14.0, O=16.0)

(a)N2O2 (b)NO (c)NO2 (d)N2O (e)N2O2

  1. Chlorination of water for town supply is carried out to:

(a) Make the water colourless

(b) Remove germs from the water

(c) Make the water tasteful

(d) Remove odour from the water

(e) Make the water tasteless

  1. Which of the following metals is least reactive?

(a)Pb (b)Sn (c)Hg (d)Au (e)Na

  1. The purest form of iron which contains only 0.1% carbon is :

(a)Pig iron

(b)Wrought Iron (c)Cast iron

(d) Iron pyrite

(e)Strong iron

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