AP MCQ 03ABCIJ PART 1

  • Question 01:

    In which of the following are the intermolecular forces listed (from left to right), weakest to strongest?


  • Question 02:

    Which of the following compounds will exhibit hydrogen bonding between its molecules?


  • Question 03:

    Which of the following compounds would you expect to evaporate most quickly, from identical containers at identical temperatures?


  • Question 04:

    If a molecular solid is found to be soft, have a low melting and boiling point, and can sublime at room temperature, what type of intermolecular attractions are most likely to be present in the solid?


  • Question 05:

    Iodine is a molecular solid. What type of intra bonding is present in an I2 molecule?


  • Question 06:

    At room temperature and pressure, bromine is a liquid that consists of diatomic molecules. Which statement is consistent with these observations?


  • Question 07:

    A large Rf value for a given component of a mixture is indicative of which of the following?


  • Question 08:

    The diagram below shows two, complex organic molecules that biologists call a 'base pair' - in this case the 'GC' pair. What do the dotted lines represent?


  • Question 09:

    A student finds that the boiling points of two isomers with the same empirical formula, C2H6O, are extremely different. What is the most likely explanation for the large difference?


  • Question 10:

    When melting a substance, it is observed that less energy is required than when vaporizing the same amount of the same substance. Which statement best accounts for this observation?


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