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Passing chemistry exams is easier with adequate preparation that involves taking practice tests or quizzes before taking the exam.

The quizzes below are to test your knowledge of the topic: properties of chemical substances, mixtures and compounds and methods of separation them, calculation of empirical formulas, calculations involving atomic masses, calculations involving gas laws, kinetic theory of gases, and atomic theory.

This test is suitable for one preparing for any of the following examinations: University Matriculation Exams (UME), Post UME, PCE, SSCE, NECO, GCE, Cambridge O/L and IGCSE; and other standardized exams that seek to assess students' proficiency in ordinary and intermediate level chemistry courses, including SAT II,
AP, and state proficiency exams.

You are advised to simulate actual examination conditions when taking this test to derive maximum benefits from it, which include building your confidence, metal alertness, and speed, which are needed for success in examinations and quiz competitions.

A time duration of 9mins to complete all ten questions is suggested to help you build the speed you need to be able to complete all question when taking the real examination.

1) When a little quantity of ethanol (b. pt 78 0C) was dissolved in large quantity of water (b.pt 100 0C) , the most likely boiling point of the mixture is between
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2) Chromatography is a method of separation based on
3) A compound on analysis contains 40% of carbon, 6.6% of hydrogen and the rest oxygen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?
2O
6H12O6
2H4O
4) The formula C2H2 for benzene is regarded as its
5) An element X forms a volatile hydride XH4. The vapour density of the hydride is 16. What is the atomic mass of X?
6) The ratio of the initial to the final volume of a given mass of gas is 5:1, calculate the initial pressure of the gas if the final pressure was 800 mmHg at the same temperature.
7) At constant pressure a fixed mass of gas occupies a volume of 24cm3 at 870C. What volume will it occupy at 270C?
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8) The average kinetic energy of gas molecules
9) Particles of matter in the three states are fundamentally different in
10) Which of the following statements is TRUE?


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