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Inorganic Chemistry MCQs deal with The Decrease In Radius Is Larger For, Which Of The Following Elements Is Not Stable, Chemical Reactivity Of Elements Depends Upon Their Characteristics, The Dipole Moment Of Water Is, Which Of The Solid Does Not Contain Covalent Bond, Energy Of Atom In Compound Is, Which One Shows Highest %Age Of The Ionic Character, Which Of The Following Is The Best Explanation That CO2 Is Non Polar Molecule, Which Substance Is An Example Of A Network Solid, Which Substance Has A Polar Covalent Bond Between Its Atoms, Which Of The Following Contains A Covalent Bond, Which Pair Of Elements Would Be Most Likely To Form An Ionic Compound, Which Compound Contains No Ionic Character, Covalency Of O-Atom Is, Sigma Bond Is Formed By, Which Element Shows The Variable Electrovalency, Covalencies Of Sulphur Are, Which One Of The Following Contain More Covalent Character, The Triatomic Molecule With Zero Dipole Moment Has Shape, Which Of The Following Is A Noble Gas:

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Inorganic Chemistry MCQs

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The decrease in radius is larger for?

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Which of the following elements is not stable?

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Chemical reactivity of elements depends upon their characteristics?

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The dipole moment of water is?

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Which of the solid does not contain covalent bond?

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Energy of atom in compound is?

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Which one shows highest %age of the ionic character?

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Which of the following is the best explanation that CO2 is non polar molecule?

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Which substance is an example of a network solid?

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Which substance has a polar covalent bond between its atoms?

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Which of the following contains a covalent bond?

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Which pair of elements would be most likely to form an ionic compound?

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Which compound contains no ionic character?

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Covalency of O-atom is?

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Sigma bond is formed by?

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Which element shows the variable Electrovalency?

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Covalencies of Sulphur are?

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Which one of the following contain more covalent character?

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The triatomic molecule with zero dipole moment has shape?

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Which of the following is a noble gas?

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Which kinds of bonding can be found in a sample of H2O(l).

A. Hydrogen bonds only
B. Nonpolar covalent bonds only
C. Ionic and nonpolar hydrogen bonds
D. Both polar covalent and hydrogen bonds
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D. Both polar covalent and hydrogen bonds

How are bond length and bond energies related.

A. The higher the bond energy, the shorter the bond length
B. The lower the bond energy, the shorter the bond length
C. They are not related
D. The higher the bond energy, the longer the bond length
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A. The higher the bond energy, the shorter the bond length

Carbon tetrachloride has no net dipole moment because of.

A. Its planar structure
B. Its regular tetrahedral structure
C. Similar sizes of carbon and chlorine atoms
D. Similar electron affinities of carbon and chlorine
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B. Its regular tetrahedral structure

Polar refers to _____.

A. bonds that have an even distribution of charge
B. even-sized electronegativities in a bond
C. bonds that have an uneven distribution of charge
D. the formation of uneven size ions
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C. bonds that have an uneven distribution of charge