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MCQ Test Series – Practice Questions - Set 3 (Q. No. 21-30)
Question 21: In which property listed below hydrogen does not resemble alkali metals?
a. Nature of oxide
b. Reducing nature
c. Tendency to form cation
d. Presence of one electron in valence shell
Question 22: Heavy water (D2O) freezes at:
Question 23: H2 gas is liberated when H2O2 reacts with –
a. Acidified KMnO4
c. Acidified K2Cr2O7
Question 24: Hydrogen gas behaves as an oxidising agent in its reaction with:
Question 25: Pure water can be obtained from sea water by:
c. Reverse osmosis
Question 26: Volume strength of 500 ml solution containing 3.4 g of H2O2 is –
Question 27: In basic medium, H2O2 acts as an oxidising agent in its reaction with:
Question 28:Which isotope of hydrogen is radioactive in nature?
a. Protium only
b. Deuterium only
c. Deuterium and tritium
d. Tritium only
Question 29: Among the following, identify the compound which cannot act as both oxidising and reducing agents?
Question 30: Hydrogen combines with other elements by:
a. Losing an electron
b. Gaining an electron
c. Sharing an electron
d. a, b, c all are correct
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Solutions of Chemistry MCQ Test Series MCQ Practice Questions – Set 3 (Q.No. 21 – 30)
Answer 21: (a).
Answer 22: (b) Hint: Freezing point of heavy water is at 3.80C.
Answer 23: (d).
Answer 24: (b) Hint: An oxidising agent is a species which accepts an electron or electrons. Hydrogen accepts an electron from potassium when it forms KH.
H2 + 2K → 2KH (K+H-).
Answer 25: (c). Answer 26: (d).
Answer 27: (a) Hint: In basic medium, H2O2 oxidises Cr2(SO4)3
2Cr3+ + 10H- + 3H2O2 → 2CrO2-4 + 8H2O
Cr – Oxidation No. = + 3 Cr – Oxidation No. = + 6
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