CBSE Class 9 Chemistry Revision Worksheet Set B

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Chemistry Worksheet for Class 9

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CBSE Class 9 Chemistry Worksheet - Revision (10)

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Q1. With the help of an activity, show that diffusion becomes faster with increase in temperature.

Q2. When magnesium burns in air, an ‘ash’ like powder is formed.

a) Name this ‘ash’ powder.

b) Is it a chemical or physical change? Why?

Q3. a) What happens when zinc granules react with dilute sulphuric acid?

c) What kind of change is observed?

Q4. Name the state which has:

a) Maximum movement of particles

b) Maximum interparticle interaction

c) Property to get compress easily

d) Fixed shape and volume.

Q5. With the help of an activity, show that gases are more easily compressible than liquids and solids.

Q6. What is latent heat? What are its types? Describe by giving one example of each type.

Q7. Give reasons for the following:

a) A rubber band is a solid, yet it changes shape.

b) Sugar crystals are solid.

c) Gases diffuse much faster in liquids than solids.

d) Solids have higher melting and boiling points as compared to liquid and gaseous states.

Q8. Name the process by which a drop of KMnO₄ spreads in a beaker of water.

Q9. When 50g of water is dissolved in 100 ml of water, there is no increase in volume. What characteristic matter is illustrated by this observation?

Q10.What happens when a beam of light is passed through a colloidal solution? Name this phenomenon.

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