NEET Practice Questions - Chemistry - General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

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    General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

High purity copper metal is obtained by:

(a) carbon reduction

(b) hydrogen reduction

(c) electrolytic reduction

(d) thermite process

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

Purest form of iron is:

(a) cast iron

(b) hard steel

(c) stainless steel

(d) wrought iron

Thomas slag is:

(a) calcium silicate

(b) calcium  phosphate

(c) tricalcium phosphate and calcium silicate

(d) calcium ammonium phosphate

Corundum is:

(a) SrO2

(b) Al2O3

(c) CaCl2

(d) Cu2Cl2


Heating of carbonate ores to remove carbon is called as:

(a) roasting

(b) calcination

(c) smelting

(d) fluxing

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

Which element occurs freely in nature?

(a) Iodine

(b) Sulphur

(c) Phosphorus

(d) Magnesium

The metal used in storage batteries is:

(a) Cu

(b) Sn

(c) Pb

(d) Ni

Silver obtained by argentiferrous lead is purified by:

(a) distillation

(b) froth floatation

(c) cupellation

(d) reacting with KCN