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Chemistry GK Multiple Choice Questions and Answers with explanation

21

When temperature Increases, the reaction rate

A.

Decreases

B.

Sometimes decreases

C.

No effect

D.

Increases

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Correct answer is : D
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22

Molecules of which gas has highest speed?

A.

CH4 at 300K

B.

H2 at -73oC

C.

O2 at 0oC

D.

N2 at 1027oC

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Correct answer is : B
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23

CU2CL2 is used as a catalyst in the chemical reaction involving the formation of

A.

DDT

B.

PVC

C.

TNT

D.

Glucose

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Correct answer is : B
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24

The molten rocks called magma spewed out in volcanic eruptions during the earth's early life and solidified into hard rocks called

A.

granite

B.

sedimentary rocks

C.

basalt

D.

igneous rocks

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Correct answer is : D
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25

Which one of the following is used as a fire extinguisher?

A.

CH3CL

B.

CHCL3

C.

CH2CL2

D.

CCl4

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