The Physical States of Matter – Chemistry 9th – Level 5

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The Physical States of Matter - Level 5

Chapter 5 - Chemistry Class 9th - Test Preparation MCQs

Chapter : The Physical States of Matter (Level 5)
Subject : Chemistry
Class : 9th
Board : Sindh Board
Total MCQs : 10
Extract From : 9th Class Note Book
Time : 5 Minutes (30 Seconds for Each Question)

  1. The average distance that a gas particle travels between successive collisions with other gas particles is called:
  2. 1 atm =:
  3. If the pressure is kept constant, the volume of a given mass of a gas is:
  4. Mathematical representation of Charles's Law is:
  5. Zero of absolute temperature scale or Kelvin scale is equal to:
  6. At absolute zero (-273°C), an ideal gas would have:
  7. 273 kelvin is equal to:
  8. Which one is correct?
  9. The boiling point of liquids depends on the:
  10. Evaporation is directly proportional to the:

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1. Evaporation is directly proportional to the:

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2. Mathematical representation of Charles's Law is:

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3. If the pressure is kept constant, the volume of a given mass of a gas is:

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4. 273 kelvin is equal to:

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5. Which one is correct?

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6. Zero of absolute temperature scale or Kelvin scale is equal to:

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7. 1 atm =:

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8. At absolute zero (-273°C), an ideal gas would have:

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9. The boiling point of liquids depends on the:

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10. The average distance that a gas particle travels between successive collisions with other gas particles is called:

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