MCAT Chemistry Solved MCQs From Past Papers Chapter 5

MCAT Chemistry Solved MCQs From Past Papers Chapter 5. Chemistry is the MCAT subject that is examined in the highest depth during the exam. The person taking the test should not only have a fundamental comprehension of the content, but also be able to apply it to circumstances that occur in the actual world. The majority of our time here will be spent on how to successfully answer problems on chemistry examinations. The answers to the questions will be presented in the form of multiple-choice questions so that they are less difficult to understand (MCQs).

In Chapter 5, you’ll get a review of the Chemistry material covered on the MCAT. In order to do well on the test, the individual taking it has to have a solid understanding of fundamental ideas, including chemical equations, stoichiometry, acids and bases, thermochemistry, and electrochemistry. This chapter will go over the fundamental ideas of each of these three subject areas and present instances of problems that have already been solved. Doing so will help the test-taker grasp the material in its entirety. Because the content of the test will include these ideas, it is essential to have a firm grasp on them. I have given a list of examples from former examinations that have already been solved in order to assist the person taking the test in gaining a better knowledge of the material that will be covered. Additionally, read the Multiple-Choice Questions for the Third Unit of Chemistry.

Chemistry Unit 5 MCQs Solved for the MCAT:

MCAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for the Chemistry part of the MDCAT that have been solved, in addition to past tests broken down by chapter and included solutions.

1. The element which has maximum number of unpaired electrons is (Faisalabad Board. 2016: Multan Board. 2018)
(A) ca20
(B) cu29
(C) cr24
(D) Fe26
2. The relative energies of 4s, 4p and 3d orbitals are in the order MCAT 2012
(A) 3d < 4p <4s
(B)4s <3d < 4p
(C) 4p<4s<3d
(D) 4p<3d<4s
3. n+ l value of 6d orbital is (Bahawalpur Board, 201 7: D.G. Khan Board, 201 7: Lahore Board. 2017)
(A) 10
(B) 11
(C) 8
(D) 9
4. Maximum number of electrons in an orbital (Lahore Board, 2014)
(A) 10
(B) 14
(C) 6
(D) 2
5. The electronic configuration of an atom is 1s2 2s2 2p4 the number of unpaired electrons in this atom is: Gujranwala Board
(A) 0
(B) 2
(C) 4
(D) 6
6. After filling of 4f. the entering electron goes into: (Multan Board. 2013)
(B) 6p
(C) 6s
(C) 5d
(D) 4d

Unit 5 of Fsc Part 1 Chemistry MCQs:

7. Which pair of transition elements shows abnormal electronic configuration?
MCAT 2012
(A) cu and Cr
(B) zn and cu
(C) Sc and Zn
(D) Cu and Sc
8. Correct order of energy in the given subshells is:
(A) 3p > 3d > 5s > 4s
(B) 3p > 3d > 4s > 5s
(C) 5s>3d>3p>4s
(D) 5s > 3d > 4s > 3p
9. The electron enters int0 once the 4s orbit is finished.(Sargodha Board. 2010: Lahore Board. 2014)
(A) 4p orbital
(B) 3d
(C) 4d
(D) 4f
10. Which of the following combinations of chemical compounds has an electrical structure similar to that of neon (Ne-lO)?
(A) Na+ Mg2+
(B) Na+,F-
(C) Na+, cl-
(D) K+,cl-
11. S, P, D, and F are the names given to the four orbitals. Which ranking makes the most sense, given the increasing energies of the orbitals?MCAT 2013
(A) 4s < 4p < 4d < 4f
(B)4p4s4f4d
(C) 4s4f4p4d
(D) 4f4s4d4p
12. The ideal electrical setup for 24Cr is :MDCAT 2018
(A) 1s22s22p63s23p64s13d5
(B) 1s22s22 6 3s23p6 4′ 3d
(C) le&2p63s23p6 36
(D) Is22s22p63’3N4f
13. It was discovered that cathode rays had a negative charge by: (GuJranwaIa Board. 2009)
(A) Hittorf
(B) William Crook
(C) J Perrin
(D) J.J. Thomson

Chemistry Multiple-Choice Questions for Unit 5 of the Entrance Test:

14. Maximum e / m value for positive rays occurs when:(GuJranwaIa Board. 2009: BahawaIpurBoard. 2015)
(A)hydrogen
(B) heliUm
(C) oxygen
(D) nitrogen
15. Neutron is emitted when the Beryllium (Be) atom is bombarded with a-particles.
(A) natural radioactivity
(B) artificial radioactivity
C Pauli Exclusion Principle
(D) Hund’s rule
16. Zn + X with X being: (Lahore Board, 2014)
(A) Proton
(B) Position
(C)Electron
(D) Neutron
17. Positive rays were discovered Board. 2011: Azad Kashmir Board. 2017)
(A) Rutherford
(B) William Crooks
(C) J.J. Thomson
(D) Eugene Gold Stein
18. Cathode rays have an impact, which results in a chemical change. (Rawalplndl Board. 2013)
(A) Conducting
(B) Reducing
(C) Oxidizing
(D) Diffusing
19. The proton was the term given to the positive particle that hydrogen gas created in the discharge tube: Board. 2013)
(A) Goldstein
(B) Rutherford
(C) Millikan
(D) Chadwick
20. The nature of anode rays (or positive rays) depend on (Rawalpindi Board. 2009: Board. 2014:
Board, 2017.2018)
(A) The nature of the electrode
(B) The nature of the residual gas
(C) The nature of the discharge tube
(D) All of above

You may get additional sample questions for the MDCAT entrance test by going to the Home page. Multiple-choice questions for FSC Chemistry Unit 1

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