Chemistry 2007/2008 – Delsu Post UTME Past Questions and Answers

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1. Rhombic sulphur, monoclinic sulphur and amorphous sulphur are:
A. Isomels
B. Isotopes
C. Allotropes
D. Monomers
E. Polymorphs

C. Allotropes

2. Laughing gas is
A. nitrogen (II) oxide
B. Nitrogen (I) oxide
C. Nitrogen (III) oxide
D. Nitrogen (V) oxide
E. Ammonia

B. Nitrogen (I) oxide

3. The correct name of the compound CH3CH2CONH3is
A. N-methyl-propionyl amide
B. Propionyl amide
C. Methyl propanamide
D. Methyl propionylamide
E. Propionylmethamide

A. N-methyl-propionyl amide

4. The name pentanone is not specific and proper because it can refer to
A. 2-pentanone and 3-pentanone
B. 1-pentanone and 5-pentanone
C. Methyl propanone and propyl methanone
D. Methyl propanonne and methyl propyl butanone

A. 2-pentanone and 3-pentanone

5. The oxide that remains unchanged when heated with hydrogen is
A. CUO
B. Fe2O3
C PoO2
D. ZnO
E. Ag2O

D. ZnO

6. What is the most metallic element in the set
A. Na
B. Ar
C. P
D. A
E. Cl

A. Na

7. What is the mole fraction of water in a solution prepared by mixing 12.5g of H2O with 220g of acetone?
A. 0.817
B. 0.845
C. 0.183
D. 0.155
E. 0.205

D. 0.155

8. A consequence of global warming is:
A. Air pollution
B. Wafer pollution
C. Increased humidity
D. Flooding
E. Little sunshine

D. Flooding

9. Gunpowder is made from charcoal, Sulphur and Potassium trioxonitrate(V). The salt in the mixture perform^ function of:
A. An oxidant
B. A reductant
C. A solvent,
D. A catalyst
E. Exploder

E. Exploder

10. Which one of the following group II elements has the highest first ionization energy?
A. Be
B. Mg
C. Ca
D. Sr
E. B

A. Be

11. In which one of the following compounds does sulphur have an oxidation number of +4?
A. H2SO4
B. H2S
C. SO2
D. Na2SO3
E. H2S2O7

C. SO2

12. Which one of the following does not show allotropy at room temperature and pressure?
A. Nitrogen
B. Phosphorous
C. Oxygen
D. Carbon
E. Sulphur

A. Nitrogen

13. Cellulose and starch can classified asone of the following:
A. Sugar
B. Sucrose
C. hydrocarbon
D. Carbohydrates
E. Fibres

D. Carbohydrates

14. What mass of anhydrous solution of sodium trioxocarbonate (IV) is required to prepare 250cm3 of 0.10m solution?
(Na = 23, C = 12, O = 16)

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15. How many isomers can be formed from organic compounds with molecular formular C3H8O?
A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
E. 6

A. 2

16. Which of the following is not a property of magnesium oxide?
A. High melting point
B. Dissolution in polar solvent
C. Pressure of ionic bonds
D. Possession of crystal lattice
E. low binding energy

E. low binding energy

17. Catalytic hydrogenation of alkenes produces compounds with general formula
A. CnH2n+1OH.
B. CnH2n+1
C. CnH2n+2
D. CnH2n-1
E. Cn(H20)y

C. CnH2n+2

18. Tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid is described as strong acid because it is highly
A. Corrosive
B. Concentrated
C. Reactive
D. Soluble in water
E. Ionized in water

E. Ionized in water

19. Which of these metals. Mg, Fe, Pb, and Cu will dissolve in dilute HCl if air is blown through the solution?
A. Mg and Fe only
B. All the metals
C. Mg, Fe and Cu
D. Mg, Fe and Pb
E. Mg, Pb and Cu. —

A. Mg and Fe only

20. A correct electrochemical series can be obtained from K, Na, Ca, Al, Mg, Zn, Fe, Pb, H. Ag, Au by interchanging
A. Zn and Fe
B. Zn and Pb
C. Al and Mg
D. Au and Ag
E. None of the above. ‘

C. Al and Mg

21. The oxidationof CH3CH2(CH3)OH gives:
A. 2-butanone
E. Methyl butane
B. 2-butanal
C. Butane
D. Butanoic

A. 2-butanone

22. The solubility of alkanols in water is due to:
A. Their ionic character
B. Their covalent nature
C. Ability to form hydrogen bond
D. Their low boiling points
E. Their low dielectric com

D C. Ability to form hydrogen bond

23. The gas that is not associated with global warming is
A. CO2
B. H2
C. CH4
D. SO
E. SO4

A. CO2

24. In which order are the following salts sensitive to light:
A. AgBr>AgCl>Agl
B.AgCl>Agl>AgBr
C. Agl>AgCl>AgBr
D. AgCl>AgBr>Agl
E. AgBr>Agl>AgCl

D. AgCl>AgBr>Agl

25. A phenomenon where an element exists in different forms in the same physical state known as:
A. Isomerism
B. Amorphism
C. Isotopy
D. Allotropy
E. Enantiomerism

D. Allotropy

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