Chemistry 9th Class Guess Paper 2020
Chemistry 9th Class Guess
Questions # 20
- Define chemical bond.
- What is meant by metric bond?
- Differentiate between lone pair and bond pair of electrons.
- Differentiate between Polar and non polar covalent bond.
- Describe at least two necessary conditions for the formation of a covalent bond.
- How coordinate covalent bond is formed in the hydronium ion?
- What is the cause of polarity in covalent bond?
- What type of covalent bond is formed in nitrogen molecule?
- Why have water polar covalent bonds?
- Define ionic bond, explain different steps in the formation of NaCr.
- What is a triple covalent bond, explain with an example?
- What is a coordinate covalent bond? Explain it with example.
- What is metallic bond? Explain the metallic bonding with the help of a diagram.
- Explain double covalent bond with the help of an example.
- Define hydrogen bonding. Explain how these properties affect the physical properties of compound.
- Define ionic bond and Why ionic compounds are easily soluble in water?
- Define coordinate covalent bond. How it is formed. Explain with examples.
Questions # 21
- Differentiate between Oxidizing agents and Reducing agents with the help of an example.
- Define reducing agent.
Questions # 22
- Which form of sculpture exists at room temperature?
- Define transition temperature.
- What is absolute temperature?
- What is general principle of solubility?
- What is absolute zero temperature?
- What is the effect of temperature on solubility?
- Define pressure and write its unit.
- What is vapor pressure and how it is affected by intermolecular forces?
- Why is vapour pressure higher at high temperature?
- Define atmospheric pressure.
Questions # 23
- Briefly describe the electrolysis of water.
- What is electrolysis?
- Describe the process that take place in the electrolysis of molten NaCI.
Questions # 24
- How can distinguish between solution and pure solvent?
- How you can explain the solute-solvent interaction to prepare a NaCl solution?
- Define solute and solvent.
- Differentiate between solute and solvent with examples of each.
Questions # 25
- Define aqueous solution.
- What does mean by unsaturated solution?
- Define super saturated solution When we dissolve 20 g of NaC1 in 400 cm3 of solution, what will be its molarity?
- What is molarity and give its formula to prepare molar solution?
- How much NaOH is required to prepare 500cm3 of 0.4M solution?
- What is the major difference between a solution and a mixture?
- Describe different ways of expressing the percentage composition of a solution.
- Describe Nelson’s Cell for the manufacture of Caustic soda from brine solution.
- What is meant by Molar Solution? How it is prepared.
- Compare the characteristics of solution, colloid and suspension.
- Why a solution is considered mixture?
- Differentiate between dilute solution and concentrated solutions with a common example.
- Why the alloys are considered solutions?
Questions # 26
- Define electron electivity.
- Define electro chemistry.
- How electro negativity does differ from electron affinity?
- What is electro negativity?
- What is the relationship between electro positively and ionization energy?
- What is relationship between electro negativity and polarity?
- Describe the trends of electro negativity in a period and in a group.
Questions # 27
- Why chlorine can accept only 1 electron?
- When does an electron emit or absorb energy?
Questions # 28
- What are synthetic adhesives?
- What you know about Epoxy adhesives?
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