NTS MCQ’s Paper For Chemistry 2018-2019

NTS MCQ’s Paper For Chemistry 2018-2019: The paper below will help you to know what NTS MCQ’s will be like. This paper is designed to help students get better knowledge of test pattern and types of question that can be included in the paper.

NTS MCQ’s Paper For Chemistry

Question # 1

Liquid hydrocarbon is converted to a mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons by

  1. oxidation
  2. cracking
  3. distillation under reduced pressure
  4. hydrolysis

Answer: 2

Question # 2

The distillation technique most suited for separating glycerol from spent-lye in the soap industry is:

  1. fractional distillation
  2. steam distillation
  3. distillation under reduced pressure
  4. simple distillation

Answer: distillation under reduced pressure

Question # 3

Empirical formula of chloroform is

  1. CH2 C12            3.        CH3C1
  2. CC14                     4.        CHC13

Answer: Option 4

Question # 4

Which one is true about isotope?

  1. Same number of neutrons 3.        Same mass number
  2. Same physical properties 4.        Same chemical properties

Answer: Option 4

Question # 5

Molecular mass of water (18g) means

  1. 1-mole molecules of water 3.        1-gram molecule of water
  2. 3-gram atoms                        4.        all

Answer: Option 4

Question # 6

One mole of CO2 contains.

  1. 6.022 x 1023 atoms of oxygen        3.        22-gram electrons
  2. 6.022 x 1023 atms of carbon          4.        both b & c

Answer: Option 4

Question # 7

Which one of the following is not the mono isotopic element?

  1. arsenic           3.        uranium
  2. iodine             4.        nickel

Answer: Option 3

Question # 8

Percentage of calcium in calcium carbonate is

  1. 80%        3.        30%
  2. 40%        4.        20%

Answer: Option 2

Question # 9

Which of the following is not a macromolecule?

  1. sand             3.        haemoglobin
  2. diamond     4.        maltose

Answer: Option 4

Question # 10

Which of the following methods is used to estimate hydrogen in an organic compound?

  1. Combustion method   3.        Dumas method
  2. Kjeldahls method        4.        All of the above methods are for different purposes

Answer: Option 1

Question # 11

1 a.m.u =

  1. 1.6 x 10-27 kg             3.        1.6 x 10-24 kg
  2. 1.6 x 10-26 kg             4.        1.6 x 10-28 kg

Answer: Option 1

Question # 12

Atom was a name given by

  1. Democritus
  2. Bohr
  3. Rutherford
  4. Archimedes

Answer: Option 1

Question # 13

Empirical formula of benzene is similar to

  1. water
  2. glycerine
  3. hydrogen peroxide
  4. glucose

Answer: Option 1

Question # 15

For an ideal gas, enthalpy becomes

  1. h=u-RT
  2. h=-u-RT
  3. h=u+RT
  4. h=-u+RT

Answer: Option 1

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