CBSE Class 7 Science Metals and Non Metals MCQs

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CBSE Class 7 Science Metals and Non Metals MCQs. Multiple choice questions have become an integral part of the CBSE examination system. Almost all exams have a section for MCQs. Students are advised to refer to the attached MCQ database and practise them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the MCQs to their children for practice.

1. Which of the following is not a heavy metal?
(A) Cu (B) Hg (C) Pb (D) K

2. Gold is mixed with copper to
(A) make gold soft (B) make gold hard
(C) make gold more yellowish (D) give gold lustre

3. Metal surface reacts with oxygen and the moisture present in air and get coated with
(A) oxide (B) carbonate (C) hydroxide (D) any of these

4. Eating away of metals by water, oxygen and other chemicals is called
(A) carbonisation (B) amalgamation (C) oxidation (D) corrosion

5. Rusting of iron requires the presence of
(A) air and water (B) CO2 and water (C) O2 and H2 (D) O2 and N2

6. Al forms
(A) Basic oxide (B) Amphoteric oxide (C) Acidic oxide (D) None of the above

7. Corrosion of metals can be prevented when contact between metal and_____________ is cut off.
(A) nitrogen (B) hydrogen (C) oxygen (D) carbon

8. Iron is galvanised when it is dipped in
(A) molten zinc (B) molten copper (C) molten carbon (D) molten gold

9. The process of giving a coating of__________________to copper or brass is called tinning.
(A) zinc (B) copper (C) tin (D) iron

10. Metal which reacts vigorously with HCI to produce salt and hydrogen is
(A) Na (B) Zn (C) Sn (D) Pb

11. Cu + HCl ®
(A) react vigorously (B) no reaction (C) react modestly (D) react slowly

12. The nonmetal capable of gaining as well as losing an electron is
(A) Hg (B) Ca (C) Ag (D) H

13. The metal with which hydrogen reacts to form metal hydride is
(A) Hg (B) Ca (C) Ag (D) H

14. Nonmetals combine with oxygen to produce
(A) acidic oxides (B) basic oxide (C) amphoteric oxide (D) none of these

15. The oxides of nonmetal which is neutral is
(A) SO2 (B) NO2 (C) P2O3 {D)CO

16. Phosphorus combine with oxygen to form .......... types of oxides.
(A) three (B) two (C) one (D) four

17. _____________dissolves in water to produce sulphuric acid.
(A) SO2 (B) S (C) SO3 (D) 2S

18. Nonmetals + acids ® ?
(A) react slow (B) react violently (C) react moderately (D) no reaction

19. Nonmetals react with hydrogen to form
(A) covalent compounds (B) ionic compounds (C) electrovalent compounds (D) coordinate compounds

20. P4 + 6Cl2 ®
(A) 2P2Cl6 (B) 4PCl3 (C) PCl6 (D) P2Cl5

21. Mercury is used in thermometers because
(A) it does not wet the glass (B) it expands on heating (C) it is a liquid (D) all of these

22. ____________ is used to make photographic films.
(A) sodium chloride (B) silver bromide (C) potassium iodide (D) copper chloride

23. A crucible used in lab to heat solid at high temperature is made of
(A) sulphur (B) silicon (C) graphite (D) phosphorus

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