CBSE Class 10 Chemistry Metals And Non Metals Worksheet Set A

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Worksheet for Class 10 Chemistry Chapter 3 Metals and Nonmetals

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Class 10 Chemistry Worksheet for Chapter 3 Metals and Nonmetals


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Question : Halide ore out of the following is - 
(A) cinnabar
(B) horn silver
(C) limonite
(D) galena
Answer : B

Question : Which of the following is not a method for purification of metals ? 
(A) Calcination
(B) Distillation
(C) Liquation
(D) Sublimation
Answer : A

Question : Cu2S + 2 Cu2O → 6 Cu + SO2 reaction occurs in - 
(A) calcination of copper
(B) roasting of copper
(C) smelting of copper
(D) bessemerisation of copper
Answer : D

Question : A non metal, which is found in liquid state is –
(A) bromine
(B) iodine
(C) oxygen
(D) carbon
Answer : A

Question : Which one of the following metal oxides shows both acidic and basic characters ?
(A) SO2
(B) K2O
(C) Cu2O
(D) Al2O3
Answer : D

Question : Brass contains :
(A) Cu and Sn
(B) Cu and Ni
(C) Cu and Zn
(D) Mg and Al
Answer : A

Question : Which of the following cannot be used to extract a metal from its ore ? 
(A) Electrolytic reduction
(B) Carbon reduction
(C) Reaction with oxygen
(D) Reaction with more electropositive metal
Answer : C

Question : The composition of alloy, German silver is : 
(A) Copper, zinc and nickel
(B) Copper, tin and lead
(C) Copper, nickel and lead
(D) Copper, lead and silver
Answer : A

Question : In iron metallurgy, lime stone is used - 
(A) to obtain heat energy
(B) to reduce iron oxide into iron
(C) as an iron ore
(D) to remove sand (SiO2)
Answer : D

Question : Gallium is in _______ state at room temperature -
(A) plasma
(B) liquid
(C) solid
(D) gaseous
Answer : C

Question : Which metal cannot displace hydrogen from dilute acids ? 
(A) Cu
(B) Mg
(C) Zn
(D) Na
Answer : A

Question : At room temperature liquid non-metal is- 
(A) carbon
(B) bromine
(C) mercury
(D) iodine
Answer : A

Question : Which alloy of aluminium is used for making aircrafts 
(A) Alnico
(B) Y-Alloy
(C) Duralumin
(D) Aluminium Bronze
Answer : B

Question : Which metal is known as ‘quick-silver’ - 
(A) Mercury
(B) Aluminium
(C) Antimony
(D) Strontium
Answer : C

Question : Iron ore is : 
(A) Bauxite
(B) Dolomite
(C) Haematite
(D) Calamine
Answer : A

Question : Which are alloys of brass ? 
(A) Ag + Cu
(B) Cu + Zn
(C) Zn + Fe
(D) Cu + Fe
Answer : C

Question : Which of the following is a relatively light metal ? 
(A) Lead
(B) Tin
(C) Aluminium
(D) Mercury
Answer : C

Question : What is the electronic configuration of sulphur ? 
(A) 2, 6, 8
(B) 2, 4, 8
(C) 2, 8, 6
(D) 2, 6, 4
Answer : C

Question : Match the following 
Column I                                                                  Column II
(a) strongest reducing agent in aqueous solution          I. Thalium
(b) Shows inert pair effect                                          II. Caesium
(c) Forms peroxide on heating with excess of oxygen    III. Lithium
(d) Used in photo cells                                                IV. Sodium
(A) a-IV, b-II, c-I, d-III
(B) a-III, b-I, c-IV, d-II
(C) a-III, b-II, c-I, d-IV
(D) a-II, b-IV, c-I, d-III
Answer : B

Question : About (i) H2O2, (ii) BaO2, (iii) CO2 the correct statement is :
(A) Both (i) and (ii) are peroxides, but not (iii)
(B) All are peroxides
(C) (i) is peroxide , but not (ii) and (iii)
(D) (i) and (iii) are peroxides, but not (ii)
Answer : A

Question : The composition of nicrom alloys is : 
(A) Cu, Ni, Cr
(B) Fe, Ni, Cr
(C) Al, Ni, Cr
(D) Mn, Ni, Cr
Answer : B

Question : In the following equation ‘x’ stands for 2Al + xH2SO4 → Al2(SO4)3 + 3H
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 1
(D) 5
Answer : B

Question : The substance which are put into the blast furnace in the manufacture of iron :
(A) Iron ore, CaO, Ca(OH)2 and CaSiO3
(B) Iron ore, Coke, Like stone and CaSiO3
(C) Iron ore, coke, Lime stone and Hot air
(D) Iron ore, CaO, Lime stone and hot air
Answer : C

Question : Match the following : 
a. Bleaching powder     (I) CaSO4.2H2O
b. Washing powder      (II) NaHCO3
c. Plaster of paris        (III) Na2CO3
d. Gypsum                  (IV) CaOCl2
                                  (V) CaSO4.H2O
(A) a-IV, b-III, c-V, d-I
(B) a-I, b-III, c-V, d-IV
(C) a-IV, b-V, c-III, d-I
(D) a-IV, b-III, c-II, d-V
Answer : A

Question : The metals which liberate hydrogen gas with dilute hydrochloric acid as well as caustic soda solution are :
(A) Na and K
(B) Zn and Al
(C) Fe and Mn
(D) Cu and Ag
Answer : B

Question : When a metal is alloyed with mercury the resulting alloy [Amalgum] will have :
(A) Less electrical conductivity than pure mtal
(B) Lower melting point than pure
(C) Both A and B are correct
(D) Both A and B are wrong
Answer : C

Question : The metal that can be obtained by electrolysis of an aqueous solution of its salts is :
(A) Zn
(B) Cr
(C) Mg
(D) Ca
Answer : B

Question : The process of coating of zinc over iron is known as .................
(A) Calcination
(B) Metallurgy
(C) Tinning
(D) Galvanisation
Answer : D

Question : Arrange the following metals in the order of their decreasing reactivity ?
Fe, Cu, Mg, Ca, Zn, Ag 
(A) Ca > Zn > Mg > Cu > Ag > Fe
(B) Ca > Zn > Cu > Mg > Ag > Fe
(C) Ca > Mg > Zn > Fe > Cu > Ag
(D) Ca > Mg > Fe > Zn > Cu > Ag
Answer : C

Question : Aluminium ore is.................. 
(A) Haematite
(B) Dolomite
(C) Bauxite
(D) Calamine
Answer : C

Question : In Haber’s process of Ammonia production, the element used as catalytic promotor to increase the activity of iron catalyst is ..................... 
(A) Ni (Nickel)
(B) W (Tungston)
(C) V (Vanadium)
(D) Mo (Molybednum)
Answer : D

Question : Which element forms maximum multiple bonds ? 
(A) N
(B) P
(C) As
(D) Bi
Answer : A

Question : Solder is an alloy of : 
(A) Cu + Zn
(B) Pb + Sn
(C) Pb + Sb
(D) Cu + Sn
Answer : B

Question : Which is the symbol of the element tungsten ?
(A) Ta
(B) Tc
(C) W
(D) V
Answer : C

Question : On additon of which metal the blue coloured copper sulphate solution turns into colourless solution ?
(A) Ag
(B) Hg
(C) Zn
(D) Au
Answer : C

Question : The oxide of which of the following element is not acidic : 
(A) Cl
(B) S
(C) K
(D) C
Answer : C

Question : A compound 'X' green coloured solid, gets oxidised to reddish brown solid in presence of air. 'X' on heating gives brown coloured solid 'Y' and two pungent gases 'A' and 'B' 'A' turns acidified potassium dichromate solution green, X, Y, A, B and type of reaction is : 
(A) CuSO4, CuO, SO2, SO3 decomposition
(B) FeSO4, Fe, SO2, SO3 Oxidation
(C) FeSO4, Fe2O3, SO2, SO3 decomposition
(D) FeSO4, Fe2O3, SO3, SO2 decomposition
Answer : C

Question : The purpose of smelting an ore is to...........
(A) oxidize
(B) reduce
(C) neutralize
(D) decomposed
Answer : B

Question : Identify the wrong sequence of the element in a group
(A) Ca, Sr, Ba
(B) Cu, Au, Ag
(C) N, P, As
(D) Cl, Br, I
Answer : B

Question : In which of the following electrovalent compound both cation and anion represent the same inert gas configuration ? 
(A) Calcium bromide
(B) Magnesium chloride
(C) Strontium oxide
(D) Potassium sulphide
Answer : D

Question : Which of the following acid molecule differ from other molecule regarding their total number of valenece electrons ?
(A) HClO4
(B) H3PO4
(C) HNO3
(D) H2 SO4
Answer : C

Question : The technique through which Gold and Silver and refined ? 
(A) Electrolytic refining
(B) Vaccum melting
(C) Liquation process
(D) Zone refining
Answer : A

Question : This does not possess water of crystallization 
(A) Potassium nitrate
(B) Gypsum
(C) Copper sulphate
(D) Cobalt chloride
Answer : A

Question : Read the following statement and choose the correct option : 
(a) Calcium is present in the bones of animals and human beings as sulphate
(b) Heating Calcium carbonate to 1070K-1270K gives quick lime.
(c) Aluminium is not affected by dry air
(A) Only (a) and (c) are true
(B) Only (a) and (b) are true
(C) Only (b) and (c) are true
(D) all are true
Answer : C

Question : In the structure of Napthalene the difference between the number of sigma bonds and the number of pi bond is 
(A) 6
(B) 7
(C) 12
(D) 14
Answer : D

Question : When a clear aluminium article is made the anode and is electrolyzed with dil sulphuric acid to make a thicker protective and attractive oxide layer around it, then the process is called
(A) Galvanisation
(B) Anodising
(C) Leaching
(D) Thermite process
Answer : B

Question : A white coloured compound ‘XY’ is used in photochromic lenses. Choose the incorrect statement from the following: 
(A) The compound ‘XY’ decomposes into a metal and a non-metal on exposure to sunlight
(B) The compound ‘XY’ is completely soluble in aq. ammonia solution
(C) The metal part of ‘XY’ is grey coloured in elemental form
(D) The non-metal part of ‘XY’ is violet coloured in elemental form
Answer : D

Question : The percentage of carbon in steel is : 
(A) 0.1 to 1.5%
(B) 0.5 to 2.5%
(C) 2 to 5%
(D) 3 to 5%
Answer : A

Question : While preparing CO2 in laboratory on which of the following substances hydrochloride acid is poured?
(A) Pieces of Zinc
(B) The practices of copper Sulphur
(C) Pieces of marble
(D) Ammonium Chloride
Answer : C

Question : A metal occurs in nature as its ore X which on heating in air converts to Y.Y reacts with unreacted X to give the metal. The metal is : 
(A) Hg
(B) Cu
(C) Zn
(D) Fe
Answer : B

Question : Assertion (A) : Nitrate ores are rarely available.
Reason (R) : Bond dissociationg energy of nitrogen is very high. 
(A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
(B) Both A and R are correct but R is not the correct explanation of A.
(C) A is correct and R is false
(D) Both A and R are False
Answer : B

Question : Which metal is most reactive ?
(A) Na
(B) Ca
(C) K
(D) Zn
Answer : C

Question : Which metal does not react with oxygen at high temperature ? 
(A) Mg
(B) Al
(C) Ag
(D) Zn
Answer : C

Question : An element belonging to 16th group of periodic table is used in the manufacturing of vulcanized rubber. This element reacts with hot and conc. HNO3 to form sulphuric acid. The concerned element is: 
a. Oxygen
b. Sulphur
c. Germanium
d. Silicon
Answer : B
Explanation: The element is Sulphur. Sulphur is used to manufacture
sulphuric acid and in the vulcanisation of rubber. S + 2HNO3 --> H2SO4 + 2NO
Question : Name the reducing agent in the following reaction: 
3MnO+ 4Al →3Mn + 2 Al2O3 
a. Al2O3
b. Al
c. MnO2
d. Mn
Answer : B
Explanation: Aluminium is the reducing agent in the reaction. It reduces manganese dioxide (MnO2) to manganese (Mn) and itself gets oxidised to aluminium oxide. Manganese dioxide acts as an oxidising agent.
Question : Which of the following metal reacts neither with cold water nor with hot water but reacts with hot steam to produce hydrogen gas? 
a. Mg
b. Fe
c. Ca
d. Na
Answer : B 
Explanation: Sodium reacts vigorously with water. Such is the reaction that it has to be stored under kerosene. Calcium can react with cold water. Magnesium reacts with hot water. Heated iron reacts with water when hot steam is passed over it.
3Fe (s) + 4H2O (g) -> Fe3O4 (s) + 4H2 (g)
Question : Why does calcium float in water? 
Answer : Calcium is heavier than water which should sink in water but when calcium metal is dropped in water it flows because it reacts with water to form hygrogen gas and due to the sticking of the H2 gas bubbles on calcium metal surface, it starts floating.

Question : Can all minerals of a metal act as ores? Justify. 
Answer : Only those minerals can act as ores from which a metal can be conveniently and profitably extracted.

Question : What property is made use of in the concentration of ore by: 
i. gravity separation
ii. froth floatation process?
Answer : i. In the gravity separation process, the densities of ores and the gangue are the basis of concentration process.
ii. In the froth floatation process, the difference in the wetting properties of the ore particles and gangue particles with water and oil is the basis of concentration process.
Question : What would happen to copper vessel if it is left for a few days in humid atmosphere without being cleaned? 
Answer :  Copper is not affected by dry air at ordinary temperature. On exposure to moist air, it gets covered with a beautiful green coating of either basic carbonate or basic sulphate.
2Cu + H2O + CO2 + O2 → CuCO3.Cu(OH)2
8Cu + 6H2+2SO2 + 5O2→ 2[CuSO4.3Cu(OH)2]
Copper present in bronze or in utensils is corroded by moist air containing acidic oxides like carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide etc. The greenish layer formed is of basic copper carbonate or basic copper sulphate. This phenomenon is called ‘corrosion of metals’.
Question : Give reasons:
i. Platinum, gold and silver are used to make jewellery.
ii. Sodium, potassium and lithium are stored under oil.
iii. Aluminium is a highly reactive metal, yet it is used to make utensils for cooking.
iv. Carbonate and sulphide ores are usually converted into oxides during the process of extraction.
v. Lemon or tamarind juice are effective in cleaning tarnished copper vessels.
Answer : a. Platinum, gold and silver are used to make jewelry because of their bright shiny surface and high resistance to corrosion. Also they have high malleability and ductility.
b. Sodium, potassium and lithium are stored under oil to prevent their reaction with oxygen, moisture and carbon dioxide of air so as to protect them.
c. Aluminum metal forms a thin layer of aluminum oxide all over its surface under the action of moist air. This layer prevents the metal underneath from further corrosion. It is cheap, easily available, malleable and ductile. Therefore, it is used to make utensils for cooking.
d. It is easier to obtain a metal from its oxides as compared to its sulphides and carbonates. So, prior to reduction, metal carbonate and sulphides must be converted into metal oxides. A carbonate ore is converted into oxide by calcination whereas a sulphide ore is converted into oxide by roasting.
e. When copper vessels are exposed to moist air, they form a green coating of basic copper carbonate
The sour substances such as lemon or tamarind juice contain acids. Lemon juice contains citric acid and tamarind contains tartaric acid. These acids dissolve the coating of copper oxide or basic copper carbonate present on the surface of tarnished copper vessels and make them shining red-brown again.

Question : When a metal X is treated with cold water, it gives a basic salt Y with molecular formula XOH (molecular mass = 40) and liberates a gas Z which easily catches fire. Identify X, Y and Z and also write the reaction involved.
Answer :  X is Na, Y is NaOH and Z is H2. The reaction is: 2Na + 2H2O → 2NaOH + H2 + Heat energy It is given that the molecular formula of Y = XOH and molecular mass = 40.
Let the atomic weight of metal X be a.
Then, molecular mass of XOH = a + 16 + 1 = 40.
Then, a = 40 – 17 = 23.
The atomic weight of sodium is 23, so metal X is sodium (Na).
Sodium reacts with water to give hydrogen gas (Z), that catches fire.
2Na + 2H2O(Cold) → 2NaOH + H2
So, metal X is sodium (Na), Y is (sodium hydroxide) and Z is H2 (hydrogen gas).

Question : When most of the metals are treated with nitric acid, they do not produce hydrogen gas. Why? 
Answer :  Nitric acid is a strong oxidising agent. When hydrogen gas is formed in a reaction between a metal and dilute nitric acid, the nitric acid oxidises this hydrogen to form water. So, in reactions between metals with dilute nitric acid, no hydrogen gas is evolved.

Question : Of the three metals X, Y and Z, X reacts with cold water, Y with hot water and Z with steam only. Identify X, Y and Z and also arrange them in increasing order of reactivity.
Answer :  X is alkali metal, Na or K. Y is alkaline earth metal, Mg or Ca. Z is Fe.
X reacts with cold water, so it must be very reactive like alkali metals, like sodium. Sodium reacts with water to form sodium hydroxide and hydrogen gas.
2Na + 2H2O → 2NaOH + H2
Y metal can react with hot water, so it must be a little less reactive than X i.e., alkaline Earth metal. So, Y can be magnesium (Mg) which reacts with hot water to form magnesium
Mg + 2H2O → Mg(OH)2 + H2
Z metal which reacts with steam must be iron that forms iron (III) oxide with steam.
3Fe + 4H2O → Fe3O4 + 4H2
Hence, the increasing order of reactivity of the given metals is:
Z (Fe) < Y (Mg) < X (Na)

Question : A shining metal ‘M‘, on burning gives a dazzling white flame and changes to a white powder ‘N‘.
(A) Identify ‘M‘ and ‘N‘.
(B) Represent the above reaction in the form of a balanced chemical equation.
(C) Does ‘M‘ undergo oxidation or reduction in this reaction? Justify. 
Answer :  (A) M—Magnesium
N—Magnesium oxide.
(B) 2Mg(s)     +       O2(g)   →        2MgO(s)
      magnesium        oxygen       magnesium oxide
Or\2M + O2 → 2MO2
(C) ‘M‘ metal will undergo oxidation reaction as oxygen is added to metal ‘M‘ and MO2 (metal oxide) is formed.
Explanation: When a piece of shining metal ‘M‘ is burnt in air, a white powder of metal oxide is formed. Shining metal is magnesium ribbon which burns with a dazzling white
flame and white powder is formed which is magnesium oxide.

Question : (A) Complete and balance the following chemical equations:
(i) Al2O3 + HCl →
(ii) K2O + H2O →
(iii) Fe + H2O →
(B) An element ‘X‘ displaces iron from the aqueous solution of iron sulphate. List your observations if the element ‘X‘ is treated with the aqueous solutions of copper sulphate, zinc sulphate and silver nitrate. Based on the observations arrange X, Zn, Cu and Ag in increasing order of their reactivities. 
Answer :  (A) (i) Al2O2(s)        +     6HCl(l)   →
          (Aluminium oxide)      (Hydrochloric acid)
                                                       2AlCl3(aq)(l)        +      3H2O(l)
                                                       Aluminium chloride       water
(ii) K2O        +       H2O(l)    →    2KOH(aq)             +   4H2(g)
   (Pot. oxide)      (Water)         Potassium hydroxide

(iii) 3Fe(s)      +    4H2O(g) →    Fe3O4(s)   +   4H2(g)
    Iron (steam)                   Iron (II, III) oxide  (Hydrogen)

Question : A non-metal X exists in two different forms Y and Z. Y is the hardest natural substance, whereas Z is a good conductor of electricity. Identify X, Y and Z. 
Answer :  Here, X is carbon; Y is diamond and Z is graphite.
Non-metal X is carbon (C).
Carbon exists in different forms. These different forms of carbon are called the allotropes of carbon. Diamond and graphite are allotropes of carbon.
Y is diamond because diamond is the hardest natural substance.
Z is graphite as it is a good conductor of electricity due to the presence of free mobile electrons.

Question : Explain the following:
(A) Sodium chloride is an ionic compound which does not conduct electricity in solid state, whereas it does conduct electricity in molten state as well as in aqueous solution.
(B) Reactivity of aluminium decreases if it is dipped in nitric acid.
(C) Metals like calcium and magnesium are never found in their free state in nature 
Answer :  (A) We know that solid sodium chloride is made up of ions but it does not conduct electricity. This is because of the fact that the sodium ions and chloride ions are held together in fixed positions in the sodium chloride crystal. They cannot move freely.
When sodium chloride is dissolved in water to make aqueous solution, it becomes a good conductor of electricity. On dissolving in water, the sodium chloride crystal breaks, sodium ions (Na+) and chloride ions (Cl–) become free to move and as a result conduct electricity.
(B) A layer of aluminium oxide is formed on the metal when aluminium is dipped in nitric acid. This happens because nitric acid is a strong oxidizing agent. The layer of aluminium oxide acts as a barrier to prevent further reaction of aluminium. As a result, the reactivity of aluminium decreases.
(C) Metals like calcium and magnesium are never found in free state in nature because these metals are very reactive and readily combine with other elements to form a compound.

Question : Write the balanced chemical equation for the following reactions and identify the type of reaction in each case:
(A) In Thermite reaction, iron (III) oxide reacts with aluminium and gives molten iron and aluminium oxide.
(B) Magnesium ribbon is burnt in an atmosphere of nitrogen gas to form solid
C) Chlorine gas is passed in an aqueous potassium iodide solution to form potassium chloride solution and solid odine.
Answer :  (A) Thermite reaction, iron (III) oxide reacts with aluminium and gives molten iron and aluminium oxide.
Fe2O3(s) + 2Al(s) → 2Fe(l) + Al2O3(s)
Iron (III) oxide Iron Aluminium oxide + Heat + Light
It is an exothermic redox reaction as well as displacement reaction because aluminium displaces iron from iron (III) oxide.


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(i) Manganese dioxide is heated with aluminium.

(ii) Steam is passed over red hot iron.

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Question :  Show the formation of NaCl from sodium and chlorine atoms by the transfer of electrons.

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Question :  Name two metals which react violently with cold water .Write any three observations which ould you make when such metal is dropped in cold water. How would you identify the gas evolved, if any, during the reaction

Question :  Name a metal in each case;

(i) It does not react with cold as well as hot water but reacts with steam.

(ii) It does not react with any physical state of water

Question :  When calcium metal is added to water ,the gas evolved does not catch fire but the same gas evolved on adding sodium metal to water catches fire .Why is it so?

Question :  Give reasons for the following

(i) To make hot water tanks, copper is used and not steel.

(ii) Lemon is used for restoring the shine of tarnished copper decorations

(iii) Addition of some silver to pure gold for making ornaments.

Question :  In what forms are metals found in nature? With the help of examples, explain how metals react with oxygen and dilute acids. Also write chemical equation for the reactions.

Question :  Explain how the following metals are obtained from their compounds by reduction process:

(i) Metal X which is low in reactivity series.

(ii) Metal Y which is in the middle of series.

(iii) Metal Z which is high in reactivity series.

Question :  With a labelled diagram describe an activity to show that metals are good conductor of

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Chapter 3 Metals and Nonmetals CBSE Class 10 Science Worksheet

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Worksheet for CBSE Science Class 10 Chapter 3 Metals and Nonmetals

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