Hello, CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY chemistry paper – A from the CSIR Syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A).

This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is General information MCQ on Chemistry part 1.

MCQ Chemistry paper

General Information MCQ – Chemistry Part 1

1. Which of the following is a mixture?
A Baking soda
B. Milk
c Chloroform
D Copper wire

2. A mixture of Naphthalene and sand is separated
A Evaporation
B Using a magnet
C. Sublimation
D Sedimentation

3. The Kinetic energy of Gas molecules
A Is unaffected by temperature variations
B decreases with the increase in temperature
C increase with the decrease of temperature
D. increase with the increase of temperature

4. The number of neutrons in the nucleus of a mass A and atomic number Z is given by
A. A-Z

5. The reason why no element can have a valency of more than eight is that
A the element will be unstable
B no orbit can contain more than eight electrons
C The outermost orbit of all noble gases contains eight electrons
D. The outermost orbit of all noble gases except helium contains eight electrons

6. Which of the following compounds is formed by sharing of electrons?
A Sodium Chloride
B. Carbon tetrachloride
C Magnesium Chloride
D Silver Fluoride

7. The scientist associated with the discovery of the nucleus was
A. Rutherford
B Moseley
C Neils Bohr
D J.J.Thomson

8. The concept of the electrovalent bond was pronounced by
A G.N.Lewis
B Sidgwick
C. Kossel
D Pauling

9. Washing soda is
A Sodium Hydroxide
B. Sodium carbonate
C Sodium bicarbonate
D Potassium chloride

10. According to the modern periodic law, the properties of elements are periodic functions of their
A Valency
B Atomic mass
C Number of neutrons
D. Atomic number

11. The non-metal which is a shining appearance is
A Sulphar
B Phosphorous
C. Iodine
D Bromine

12. Which is the “odd man” in the following
A. Brass
B Common salt
C Cane sugar
D Water

13. Which of the following is a Physical change?
A. Electrolysis of acidulated water
B. Burning of phosphorous in air
C. Dissolving sulphar in carbon disulphide
D. Passing carbon dioxide into lime water

14. The symbol for antimony is
C. Sb
D Au

15. The formula for Aluminium Sulphide is
A. AlS
B. AlS2
C. Al3S2
D. Al2S3

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