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I. MCQ - Choose Appropriate Alternative
1. At equilibrium the rate of forward reaction and the rate of reverse reaction are __________. (Equal, Changing, Different)
2. Such reactions, which proceed to forward direction only and are completed after sometime are called __________ reaction. (Irreversible, Reversible, Molecular)
3. Such reactions, which proceed to both the direction and are never completed, are called __________ reaction. (Irreversible, Reversible, Molecular)
4. The rate of chemical reaction is directly proportional to the product of the molar concentration of __________. (Reactants, Products, Both reactants and products)
5. “If a system in equilibrium is subjected to a stress, the equilibrium shifts in a direction to minimize or undo the effect of this stress. This principle is known as __________. (Le-Chatelier’s Principle, Gay Lussac’s Principle, Avogadro’s Principle)
6. A very large value of Kc indicates that reactants are __________. (very stable, unstable, moderately stable)
7. A very low value of Kc indicates that reactants are __________. (very stable, very unstable, moderately stable)
8. The equilibrium in which reactants are products are in single phase is called __________. (Homogenous Equilibrium, Heterogenous Equilibrium, Dynamic Equilibrium)
9. The equilibrium in which reactants and products are in more than one phases are called __________. (Homogenious Equilibrium, Heterogenious Equilibrium, Dynamic Equilibrium)
10. Chemical Equilibrium is __________ equilibrium. (Dunamic, Static, Heterogeneous)
11. In exothermic reaction, lowering of temperature will shift the equilibrium to __________. (right, left, equally on both the direction)
12. In endothermic reaction, lowering of temperature will shift the equilibrium to __________. (right, left, equally on both the direction)
13. A catalyst __________ the energy of activation. (increases, decreases, has no effect on)
14. At equilibrium point __________. (forward reaction is increased, backward reaction is increased, forward and backward reactions become equal)
15. NH3 is prepared by the reaction N2 + 3H2 → 2NH3 ; ΔH = -21.9 Kcal. The maximum yield of NH3 is obtained __________. (At low temperature and high pressure, at high temperature and low pressure, at high temperature and high pressure)
16. When a high pressure is applied to the following reversible process: N2 + O2 →2NO The equilibrium will __________ (shift to the forward direction, shift to the backward direction, not change)
17. The value of Kc __________ upon the initial concentration of the reaction. (depends, partially depends, does not depend)
18. While writing the Kc expression, the concentration of __________ are taken in the numerator.
19. Solubility product constant is denoted by __________. (Kc, Ksp, Kr)
20. “The degree of ionization of an electrolyte is suppressed by the addition of another electrolyte containing a common ion.” This phenomenon is called __________. (Solubility Product, Common Ion Effect, Le-Chatelier’s Principle)
II. Fill in the Blank
1. The reactions, which proceed in both the directions, are called __________ reactions.
2. The reactions, which proceed to one direction only, are called __________ reactions.
3. Reversible reactions are __________ completed.
4. Irreversible reactions are __________ after some time.
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