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MCQ: Reactions in which reactants react to form products and simultaneously products reverse back in to reactants are called

  1. Reversible reactions
  2. Irreversible reaction
  3. Spontaneous reactions
  4. non spontaneous reactions


MCQ: Equilibrium constant can be used to

  1. predict direction of chemical reaction
  2. predict extent of chemical reaction
  3. determine the equilibrium concentration of mixture
  4. all of above


MCQ: Process by which ammonia is produced by reaction of nitrogen with hydrogen at 200 atm pressure and in presence of a catalyst is called

  1. Contact process
  2. Recovery of ammonia
  3. Calcination
  4. Haber process


MCQ: If a change is imposed in concentration, temperature or pressure on a chemical system at equilibrium, system responds in a way that change is

  1. Not opposed
  2. Opposed
  3. Rapidly increased
  4. None of these


MCQ: Which of following statements about catalysts is not true?

  1. They speed up a chemical reaction
  2. They reduce the time taken to reach equilibrium
  3. They have effect on the position of equilibrium once it is reached
  4. They have no effect on the position of equilibrium one it is reached