Gre Chemistry MCQs Practice Test Paper

GRE Chemistry MCQs Tests



(1) Strongest acid having Ka:
(a) 104
(b) 10-4
(c) 1
(d) 10-2

(2) Ore of Aluminium:
(a) Calamine
(b) Dolomite
(c) Bauxite
(d) Limestone

(3) Oxidation number of S in sulphuric acid:
(a) Four
(b) Six
(c) Two
(d) Eight

(4) d-block elements form coordination compounds because of:
(a) Small Cationic size
(b) Large ionic Charge
(c) Unfilled d-orbitals
(d) Filled d-orbitals

(5) Brass is an alloy of:
(a) Cu and Zn
(b) Cu, Ni, Zn
(c) Cu and Ni
(d) Cu, Al, Zn

(6) Urea is a high quality nitrogenous fertilizer with:
(a) 76% nitrogen
(b) 46% nitrogen
(c) 66% nitrogen
(d) 26% nitrogen

(7) Diamond is:
(a) Good conductor of electricity
(b) Bad conductor of electricity
(c) Bad conductor on heating
(d) Good conductor on heating

(8) Carbon monoxide is poisonous gas because it:
(a) replaces oxygen from lungs
(b) forms carboxy haemoglobin
(c) Forms carbon dioxide with oxygen
(d) has a sweet smell

(9) Rust is:
(a) FeO + Fe(OH)2
(b) Fe2O3 + Fe(OH)2
(c) Fe2O3
(d) Fe2O3 + Fe(OH)3

(10) Calcium Carbide reacts with water to give:
(a) Methane
(b) Ethylene
(c) Acetylene
(d) Ethane
(11) Which of the following gives a tertiary alcohol when treated with Grignard reagent:
(a) HCHO
(b) CH3CHO
(c) C3H5CHO
(d) CH3COCH3

(12) Which of the following tests is not used to identify aldehydes?
(a) Tollen’s test
(b) Benedict solution test
(c) Fehling solution test
(d) Ammonia test

(13) Which is incorrect about alkaloids?
(a) Naturally Occuring
(b) Possess a hetrocyclic ring
(c) Exhibit biological action
(d) acidic in nature

(14) Which of the followings will not give iodoform test:
(a) Acetone
(b) Ethylacohol
(c) Benzaldehyde
(d) Acetaldehyde

(15) The reaction of aniline with bromine water gives:
(a) o-bromoaniline
(b) p-bromoaniline
(c) 2,4-dibromoaniline
(d) 2,4,6-tribromoaniline

(16) The reaction of tripalmitin, with sodium hydroxide is called:
(a) Hydrolysis
(b) Saponification
(c) Esterification
(d) Combustion

(17) Which one is not Petrochemical?
(a) Napthalene
(b) Mineral Oil
(c) Wax
(d) Table Salt

(18) Chemical adsorption:
(a) is exothermic
(b) is irreversible
(c) takes place at high temp.
(d) All of these

(19) The most commonly used absorbent for chromatographic separation of organic compound is:
(a) Activated charcoal
(b) Fuller’s Earth
(c) Alumina
(d) Silica gel

(20) Grignard reagent is:
(a) Organo Zinc halide
(b) Organo cadmium bromide
(c) n-Butyl Lithium
(d) Organo Magnesium halide

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