Welcome to mitrobe Network Exam questions section or corner for secondary school students. In todays episode, I will be dropping Chemistry Exam Questions and Answers for SS1. These Chemistry questions and answers were pulled from our exam questions master list (Chemistry questions for SS 1); Compiled to serve as a reference material to help teachers draw up test and exam questions faster, easier and more conveniently.
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CLASS: SS1 SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY TIME: 2 HOURS
SECTION A – OBJECTIVES [50MARKS]
Instructions: Answer all questions
- Chemistry can be applied in the following fields EXCEPT A. Agriculture Oil and gas C. Politics D. Metallurgy
- Separation of mixtures of solids with various sizes can be done A. Magnetic separation B. Coarsing C. Sublimation D. Sieving
- Which of the following is an example of a chemical change? A. Dissolution of salt in water B. Rusting of iron C. Melting of ice D. Separating of mixture by distillation
- These are basic particles from which matter could be made EXCEPT A. Salt B. Atoms C. Ions D. Molecules
- A molecule of neon is A. Diatomic Ionic C. Triatomic D. Minoatomic
- Which of these requires crystallization most? A. Drug making Cement making C. Paint making D. Perfume making
- Which one is the odd-one out? A. Air Urine C. Brass D. Sand
- Chemical hypothesis is different from chemical law that A. Hypothesis is not reasonable explanation to observation made while law is reasonable Hypothesis is a reasonable explanation to observations while law is a statement from a scientist C. Hypothesis is a reasonable explanation to observations while law is a statement which confirms the hypothesis after extensive tests D. None of the above
- Separating funnel is used for separating a mixture of A. Liquids with different boiling points Liquids with sediment C. Liquids with different colour D. Liquids that are immiscible
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