Class 9 - Chemistry Set 1
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1. Purity of a solid substance can be checked by its characteristic *
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2. In which phenomenon water changes into water vapour below its B.P. ? *
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3. In the formula of Al2(SO4)3, what will be the ratio of S by number of atoms ? *
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4. Solids cannot be compressed because *
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5. Filtration as a method of separation can be used for mixtures that are *
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6. Milk is a ________ solution while vinegar is a _________ solution *
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7. If the component of the substance can be separated by a chemical change only then it is *
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8. Which of the following may or may not be capable of free existence? *
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9. A solution if has maximum amount of solute at particular temperature then, it is known as *
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10. Which of the following is an example of a bivalent cation *
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11. These rays contain which subatomic particle ? *
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12. Which of the following would be described as impure ? *
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13. When a glass sheet is thrown, it breaks into small pieces. Which physical nature of matter is represented by the small pieces of glass? *
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14. Crystallisation process is used in one of the following processes. *
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15. The particles of a true solution *
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16. Which of the following element carries 2 letters in its symbol. *
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17. What is the mass of 6.022 × 1022 atoms of He. *
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18. A bivalent anion of an element contains 10 electrons. The atomic number of the element is - *
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19. Which of the following is/are true about BEC? *
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20. A beaker containing water suddenly falls down
into another beaker containing milk. Which
type of force exhibits between the water and
milk molecules ? *
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