(40) - Chemistry
  • 1. It is the physical science which studies various atoms, molecules, compound and other kind of matter.
A) Matter
B) General science
C) Science
D) Chemistry
  • 2. It's everything that occupied space and has a mass?
A) Matter
B) Chemistry
C) Atoms
D) Molecules
  • 3. This is a Branch of chemistry that deals with the structure and interaction between compound
A) Homogenous
B) General chemistry
C) Inorganic chemistry
D) Mixtures
  • 4. It is a Branch of chemistry that examines the structure of the matter and the reaction on the matter and energy?
A) Physical chemistry
B) Organic chemistry
C) Inorganic chemistry
D) General chemistry
  • 5. What is the number 19th element in periodic table?
A) Potassium (K)
B) Sodium (Na)
C) Calcium (Ca)
D) Oxygen (O)
  • 6. It is a Branch of chemistry that applies, physics to the study?
A) Organic chemistry
B) Physics chemistry
C) Physical chemistry
D) General chemistry
  • 7. It is a Branch of chemistry that deals with living organism and requires carbon dioxide?
A) Organic Chemistry
B) organic chemistry
C) Organic chemistry
D) Inorganic chemistry
  • 8. It is a Branch of chemistry that concern with the chemical reaction occur inside a living organism?
A) biochemistry
B) Biochemistry
C) Analytical chemistry
D) Analitikal chemistry
  • 9. It is a Branch of chemistry that focusses in developing tools and analyzing materials?
A) None of this
B) Analitkkal chemistry
C) Both are correct
D) Analytical chemistry
  • 10. It is a Branch of chemistry, associated with soil, air, water and human impact?
A) Genchem
B) Elements chemistry
C) Chemistry
D) Environmental chemistry
  • 11. It is a Branch of chemistry associated with food processing?
A) Food manufacturing chemistry
B) Food chemistry
C) Health chemistry
D) Chemistry in food
  • 12. It is a Branch of chemistry deals in nanoscale, atoms and molecules?
A) Nano Chemistry
B) None of this
C) nanochemistry
D) UnanoChemistry
  • 13. It is a Branch of chemistry that deals in nuclear reactions and isotopes?
A) Nuclear chemistry
B) Food chemistry
C) Powerplant chemistry
D) Energy chemistry
  • 14. What is the 5 state of matter?
A) Solid, Liquid, Gas, Air, and Land
B) Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma, Bose Einstein
C) Fire, earth, water, air, and wind
D) None of this
  • 15. It consist of molecules that is strongly bonded together in fixed position, and has definite size and shape?
A) Liquid
B) Gas
C) solid
D) Solid
  • 16. It is consist of molecule that is moving constantly and freely in all directions, no volume and shape but it can be restrain in a container
A) Gas
B) gas
C) Liquid
D) Solid
  • 17. It is consist of molecules held together by forces of attraction which are not as strong as solid, it has definite volume but no definite shape
A) Liquid
B) Solid
C) Gas
D) Plasma
  • 18. It is a gaseous particles carrying electrical charges at very high temperature?
A) Bose Einstein
B) Plasma
C) Fire
D) Nitrogen
  • 19. It is harder than solid and it can exist under 273k temperature?
A) Bose Einstein
B) Tungsten
C) Steel
D) Solid
  • 20. It is a pure substance which is compose of two or more elements?
A) Mixture
B) Compound
C) None of this
D) Pure substance
  • 21. It displays the properties of the substance making it up
A) Homogenous
B) Compound
C) Heterogeneous
D) Mixture
  • 22. It is a mixture that have a uniform composition all throughout and appears to be made up of single substance
A) Solid
B) Homogenous
C) Mixture
D) Heterogeneous
  • 23. It's consist of different parts of properties?
A) Heterogeneous
B) Homogenous
C) Compound
D) Mixture
  • 24. Who presented the first model of atom?
A) Democritus
B) Socrates
C) None of this
D) Einstein
  • 25. What is the 11th elements in periodic table?
A) Neon (Ne)
B) Oxygen (O)
C) Sodium (Na)
D) Magnesium (Mg)
  • 26. What is the 40th element and its Symbol and weight
A) Palladium - Pd - 106
B) Zirconium - Zr - 91
C) Technituim - Tc - 98
D) Oxygen - O - 16
  • 27. What is the 15th element and its symbol and weight?
A) Silicon -Si - 28
B) Selenium - Se - 79
C) Phosphorus - P - 31
D) None of this
  • 28. What is the 1st element?
A) Hydrogen
B) Beryllium
C) Nitrogen
D) Oxygen
  • 29. What is the 50th element?
A) Cupper
B) Cupper
C) Tin
D) Nickel
  • 30. What is the symbol of Cupper?
A) Si
B) Cu
C) Ca
D) Zn
  • 31. What is the symbol of zinc
A) Zn
B) Sn
C) As
D) Si
  • 32. What is the weight of Nitrogen?
A) 15
B) 14
C) 17
D) 16
  • 33. What is the weight of Zirconium?
A) 88
B) 91
C) 89
D) 93
  • 34. What is the 35th element, and its symbol and weight?
A) Kr - krypton -84
B) Br - Bromine - 80
C) Na - sodium - 11
D) Ga - gallium - 70
  • 35. What is the 20th element?
A) None of this
B) Kr - krypton -84
C) Br - bromine - 80
D) Ca - calcium -40
  • 36. What is the 3rd element?
A) Li - lithium -7
B) Sn - tin - 119
C) O - Oxygen - 18
D) None of this
  • 37. What ia the weight of Sc - Scandium?
A) 45
B) 61
C) 32
D) 44
  • 38. What is the 13th Element and its weight and symbol
A) Zn - Zinc -30
B) Al - aluminum - 27
C) Co - Cobolt - 27
D) P - Phosphorus -31
  • 39. What is the weight of 31st element?
A) Gallium - 70
B) None of this
C) Sn - Tin - 119
D) Zinc - 65
  • 40. What is the 23rd element and it's symbol and weight?
A) V - Vanadium - 23
B) C - Carbon 12
C) B - Boron - 11
D) Sc - Scandium - 45
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