NEET Chemistry General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements Questions Solved


High purity copper metal is obtained by:

(a) carbon reduction

(b) hydrogen reduction

(c) electrolytic reduction

(d) thermite process

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Aluminothermic process is used for the extraction of metals, whose oxides are:

(a) fusible

(b) not easily reduced  by carbon

(c) not easily reduced by hydrogen

(d) strongly basic

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Purest form of iron is:

(a) cast iron

(b) hard steel

(c) stainless steel

(d) wrought iron

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Thomas slag is:

(a) calcium silicate

(b) calcium  phosphate

(c) tricalcium phosphate and calcium silicate

(d) calcium ammonium phosphate

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Corundum is:

(a) SrO2

(b) Al2O3

(c) CaCl2

(d) Cu2Cl2

 

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Heating of carbonate ores to remove carbon is called as:

(a) roasting

(b) calcination

(c) smelting

(d) fluxing

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Sulphide ores are common for the metals:

(a) Ag, Cu and Pb

(b) Ag, Cu and Sn

(c) Ag, Mg and Pb

(d) Al, Cu and Pb

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

Concept Questions :-

Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Which element occurs freely in nature?

(a) Iodine

(b) Sulphur

(c) Phosphorus

(d) Magnesium

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The metal used in storage batteries is:

(a) Cu

(b) Sn

(c) Pb

(d) Ni

Concept Videos :-

#1 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:I
#2 | Different Steps Involved in Metallurgy:Leaching
#3 | Bayer's Process
#4 | Physical Methods of Concentration of Ore
#5 | Calcination
#6 | Roasting
#7 | Some Basic Concepts of Metallurgy
#8 | Conversion of Concentrated Ore into Crude Metal
#9 | Pyrometallurgy
#12 | Electrometallurgy (or Electrolytic Reduction)

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Intro - Flux, Leaching, Roasting & Calcination
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Silver obtained by argentiferrous lead is purified by:

(a) distillation

(b) froth floatation

(c) cupellation

(d) reacting with KCN

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Refining Process
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