Chemistry Test 7 - Electrochemistry, P-Block (Halogen And Noble Gas), Biomolecules, Polymers And Chemistry In Action


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QUESTION: 1

To which class of compounds do enzymes usually belong ?

Solution: Among the organic macromolecules, enzymes belong in the category of proteins. Proteins are distinct from carbohydrates, nucleic acids and lipids in that a protein is made of amino acids. Amino acids link together into a chain that can fold into a three-dimensional shape.
QUESTION: 2

Which of the following enzymes is present in saliva?

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QUESTION: 3

Night-blindness may develop due to the defciency of

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QUESTION: 4
The reaction is an example of
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QUESTION: 5
Van der Waals force is the strongest in
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QUESTION: 6

reacts with concetrated HCl to produce

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QUESTION: 7

XeF4 is prepared by heating Xe and F2 at 400oC in the ratio of

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QUESTION: 8
reacts violently with water to give
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QUESTION: 9
Xenon trioxide has a
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QUESTION: 10
The chemical name of aspirin is
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QUESTION: 11
Chlorampehnicol is used as an
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QUESTION: 12
Phenol is commonly used as
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QUESTION: 13
Which of the following is not a natural polymer ?
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QUESTION: 14
Natural rubber is a polymer of
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QUESTION: 15
Orlon in obtained by the polymerization of
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QUESTION: 16
Glyptal, a highly cross-linked rigid thermosetting resin,is prepared by heating
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QUESTION: 17
The polymer obtained by condensation polymerization is
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QUESTION: 18

Which of the following polymer type is not classified on the basis of its application and properties?

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Synthetic polymers are classified on the basis of their origin and are known as man-made polymers.

QUESTION: 19
The colour of the precipitate formed when a reducing sugar is heated with Fehling’s solution is
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QUESTION: 20
Which of the following is an amino acids ?
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QUESTION: 21
Identify the functional group present in the dipeptide formed from alanine only ?
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QUESTION: 22
The sugar unit present in the nucleotides of RNA is
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QUESTION: 23
Nucleic acids are called acids mainly because of the presence of
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QUESTION: 24
The value of at 298K would be
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QUESTION: 25
The volume of the gas liberated at STP when a current of 5.36 amp is passed through dil for 5 hour will be
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QUESTION: 26
On electrolysis, which of the following does not give out oxygen ?
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QUESTION: 27
The standard reduction potentials at 298 K for the half reactions are given against each




Which is the strongest reducing agent ?
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QUESTION: 28
Standard electrode potentials are


and Fe blocks are kept together, then
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QUESTION: 29
The e.m.f. of the cell

at 298 K is 0.02905 volt. The the value of equilibrium constant for the cell reaction is
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QUESTION: 30
The standard reduction potentials for two reactions are
given below
               
                              
The solubility product of AgCl under standard condtions of temperature (298 K) is given by
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