Ionic Equilibrium Online Test

Which of the following is non-electrolyte?
Ammonium hydroxide is a ____.
Non-electrolyte
both under different conditions
weak electrolyte
strong electrolyte
Ammonium hydroxide is a weak base because ____.
it has low density
it is not a hydroxide of any metal
it is only slightly ionized
it has low vapour pressure
Electrolytes when dissolved in water dissociate into their constituent ions. The degree of dissociation of an electrolyte increases with ____.
presence of a substance yielding a common ion
decreasing temperature
decreasing concentration of the electrolyte
increasing concentration of the electrolyte
An electrolyte ____.
generates ions on passing electric current
is ionized in the solid state
dissolves in water to give ions
gives complex ions in solution
A monoprotic acid in 1.00 M solution is 0.01% ionized. The dissociation constant of this acid is ____.
Molten sodium chloride conducts electricity due to the presence of ____.
atoms of sodium and chlorine
free molecules
free ions
free electrons
An example for a strong electrolyte ____.
Sodium acetate
Sugar
Ammonium hydroxide
Urea
Which one is strongest electrolyte in the following?
The equivalent conductance at infinite dilution of a weak acid such as ____.
Is an undefined quantity
If  is the degree of ionization,  the concentration of a weak electrolyte and the acid ionization constant, then the correct relationship between  and is ____.
Theory of ionization was given by ____.
Arrhenius
Faraday
Graham
Rutherford
An ionizing solvent has ____.
has a high melting point
a dielectric constant equal to 1
high value of dielectric constant
low value of dielectric constant
The extent of ionization increases ____.
on stirring the solution vigorously
on decreasing the temperature of solution
on addition of excess water to solution
with the increase in concentration of solute
Which is generally true about ionic compounds?
Conduct electricity in the fused state
Soluble in non polar solvents
Have low melting point
Have low boiling point
At infinite dilution, the percentage ionisation for both strong and weak electrolytes is ____.
100%
50%
20%
1%
The degree of ionization of a compound depends on ____.
quantity of electricity passed
nature of vessel used
nature of solute molecules
size of solute molecules
For a weak acid  Ostwald's dilution law is represented by the equation ____.
Acetic acid is a weak electrolyte because ____.
it is highly unstable
it does not dissociate much or its ionization is very less
it is covalent compound
its molecular weight is high
/
Vent Hoff factor of  of conc.  is 1.98. Percentage dissociation of  on this conc. Is ____.
98
89
69
49
In which of the following solutions, ions are present?
Ethanol in water
Cesium nitrate in water
Sucrose in water
The following equilibrium exists in aqueous solution, ? if dil HCl is added, without change in temperature, the ____.
the equilibrium constant will decrease
the equilibrium constant will increase
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This test includes the questions from Ionic Equilibrium and Arrhenius theory

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purbhi

good as a revision test. can u provide more such sets???

1847 days 2 hours 41 minutes ago

Suryansh

quite average that was very easy for me

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