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Surface Chemistry Neetprep Objective for Students
Which of the following forms of metal chelates
(A) Monodentate ligand
(B) Polydentate ligand
(C) Polyvalent ions
(D) Polyatomic ligand
Option b – Polydentate ligand
Which is not a bidentate ligand?
(A) Ethylene diamine
(B) Diethylene triamine
(D) Dimethyl glyoximato
Option b – Diethylene triamine
Which of the following is a major rivers in Bangladesh which is also the main distributary of the Ganges?
(D) PadmaShow Answer
EDTA is …….. type of ligand
Option d – Hexadentate
In an aqueous solution, potash alum gives
(A) Two types of ions
(B) Only one type of ion
(C) Four types of ions
(D) Three types of ions
Option d – Three types of ions
Which of the following is the leading producer of rice?
(D) CubaShow Answer
The primary valency of cobalt (in complex) is ……… whereas secondary valance (CN) is….
Option d – 3,6
Which of the following does not give a precipitate with silver nitrate
Option c – CoCl3.3NH3
An excess of AgNO3 is added to 100 mL of a 0.01 M solution of dichloro tetraaquachromium (III) chloride. The number of moles of AgCl precipitated would be
Option d – 0.001
The compound in which a central metal atom/ion is surrounded by oppositely charged ions or neutral molecules is called
(B) Double salts
(C) Co-ordination compounds
(D) Inorganic compounds
Option c – Co-ordination compounds
The secondary valence of metals corresponds to
(A) Oxidation number
(B) Co-ordination number
(C) the number of electrons in the last shell
(D) the number of electrons in the penultimate shell
Option b – Co-ordination number
The primary valency of metals is satisfied by the formation of
(A) Co-ordination compounds
(B) Complex ions
(C) Simple salts
(D) Covalent compounds
Option c – Simple salts
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