Solutions – Chemistry 9th – Level 3

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Solutions - Level 3

Chapter 6 - Chemistry Class 9th - Test Preparation MCQs

Chapter : Solutions (Level 3)
Subject : Chemistry
Class : 9th
Board : Sindh Board
Total MCQs : 18
Extract From : 9th Class Note Book
Time : 9 Minutes (30 Seconds for Each Question)

  1. Brass is an example of:
  2. Brass is:
  3. In aqueous solution, water is present in greater amount and termed as:
  4. The component of a solution which is always present in smaller amount is called the:
  5. The component of the solution which is present in larger amount is called:
  6. It is also called as the universal solvent.
  7. A solution that cannot dissolve more solute in it at a particular temperature is called a:
  8. A solution that can dissolve more solute than It contained ¡n the saturated solution after heating is called a:
  9. In carbonated drinks, the state of solute is:
  10. In fog, the state of solvent is:

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1. A solution that cannot dissolve more solute in it at a particular temperature is called a:

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2. In fog, the state of solvent is:

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3. Brass is an example of:

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4. Brass is:

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5. In aqueous solution, water is present in greater amount and termed as:

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6. A solution that contains large amount of dissolved solute is called:

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7. The component of a solution which is always present in smaller amount is called the:

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8. Molarity is defined as the number of moles of solute dissolved in:

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9. Solubility is increased by:

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10. A solution that can dissolve more solute than It contained ¡n the saturated solution after heating is called a:

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11. In carbonated drinks, the state of solute is:

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12. Concentration = :

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13. The component of the solution which is present in larger amount is called:

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14. 2 moles of water is equal to:

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15. The number of ways of representing percent concentration are:

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16. It is also called as the universal solvent.

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17. 1 litre = :

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18. Homogenous mixture of solute and solvent is called:

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