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## CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 3 Electrochemistry MCQs

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### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set A)

1.

**Cell constant has the unit**(1) cm

(2) cm^–1

(3) cm^2

(4) cm sec^–1

Answer: cm^–1

2.

**Correct expression for conductance of an electrolyte whose cell constant is ‘a’ resistivity ‘X’ is**(1) 2 /Xa

(2) X

(3) a /X

(4) 1 /X a

Answer: X

3.

**Concentration C gram equiv./Litre has****a specific resistance R of a solution. The equivalent conductivity**

**of the solution is**

(1) 1000/ RC

(2) C /R

(3) R /C

(4) 1000R /C

Answer: 1000/ RC

4.

**A solution is 0.3568****ohm^–1 cm^–1 have specific conductance. 0.0268 ohm^–1 is the conductance of the cell. The cell constant is**

(1) 1.331 cm^–1

(2) 13.31 cm^–1

(3) 0.665 cm^–1

(4) 6.65 cm^–1

Answer: 13.31 cm^–1

5.

**Cell constant of an electrolytic solution is 0.5 cm–1 and resistivity 54 ohm-cm. Find conductance of the****electrolytic solution.**

(1) 1/ 36

(2) 1/ 56

(3) 1/97

(4) 1/27

Answer: 1/27

6.

**0.1 M nitric acid has a specific conductance is****6.3 × 10–2 ohm^–1 cm^–1. The molar conductance of**

**solution**

(1) 630 ohm^–1 cm^2 mole^–1

(2) 315 ohm^–1 cm^2 mole^–1

(3) 100 ohm^–1 cm^2 mole^–1

(4) 6300 ohm^–1 cm^2 mole^–1

Answer: 630 ohm^–1 cm^2 mole^–1

7.

**Electrolyte solution has x as specific resistance****and y is the molarity of the solution, then ∆m is**

**given by _____.**

(1) 1000x/ y

(2) 1000 y/ x

(3) 1000/ xy

(4) xy/ 1000

Answer: 1000/ xy

8.

**Ionic conductance at infinite dilution is given find increasing order?**(1) F^– < Cl^– < Br^– < I^–

(2) I^– < Br^– < F^– < Cl^–

(3) F^– < Cl^– < I^– < Br^–

(4) F^– < I^– < Cl^– < Br^–

Answer: F^– < Cl^– < I^– < Br^–

### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set B)

1.

**Platinum electrodes of a conductivity cell has****1.2 cm^2 area separated by a distance of 0.8 cm. Cell constant is**

(1) 0.76 cm^–1

(2) 1.5 cm^–1

(3) 0.96 cm^–1

(4) 0.66 cm^–1

Answer: 0.66 cm^–1

2.

**The factors which influence the conductance of****solution**

(1) solute-solute interaction

(2) solute-solvent interaction

(3) temperature

(4) all of the above

Answer: all of the above

3.

**Device used to convert****chemical energy produced in ________ reaction into**

**__________ energy s called galvanic or voltaic cell.**

(1) Chemical, chemical

(2) Electrical, chemical

(3) Redox, electrical

(4) Redox, redox

Answer: Electrical, chemical

4.

**In Daniell cell**(1) Zn rod as anode and Cu rod as cathode

(2) Zn rod is represented by (+ve) electrode

(3) Cu rod is represented by (–ve) electrode

(4) None

Answer: Zn rod as anode and Cu rod as cathode

5.

**In Galvanic cell**, conventional,(1) Anode is on the left hand side and is (+ve)

electrode

(2) Cathode is on the left hand side and is (+ve)

electrode

(3) Anode is on the left hand side and is (–ve)

electrode

(4) None

Answer: Anode is on the left hand side and is (–ve)

electrode

6.

**A potential develops between the electrode and electrolyte which is called as**(1) Electrode potential

(2) Zeta potential

(3) Cell potential

(4) No potential develops

Answer: Cell potential

7.

**In electrochemical cell, Zn | Zn+2 || Cu+2 | Cu.The species undergoing oxidation is**(1) Zn

(2) Zn+2

(3) Cu+2

(4) Cu

Answer: Zn+2

8.

**Electrolytes conducts electricity due to**(1) flow of ions

(2) flow of electrons

(3) both

(4) none

Answer: flow of ions

### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set C)

1.

**Daniell cell is represented as**(1) Zn | Zn+2(aq) || Cu+2(aq) | Cu

(2) Cu | Cu+2(aq) || Zn+2(aq) | Zn

(3) Zn | Zn+2(aq) || Zn+2(aq) | Zn

(4) Cu | Cu+2(aq) || Cu+2(aq) | C

Answer: Zn | Zn+2(aq) || Cu+2(aq) | Cu

2.

**Equivalent conductivity of Fe2(SO4)3 is related to****molar conductivity by the expression**

(1) ∆eq = ∆m

(2) ∆eq = ∆m/3

(3) ∆eq = 3∆m

(4) ∆eq = ∆m/6

Answer: ∆eq = ∆m/6

3.

**The molar conductivity and equivalent conductivity****are same for the solution of**

(1) 1 M NaCl

(2) 1 M Ba (NO3)2

(3) 1 M Ca (NO3)2

(4) 1 M Th (NO3)4

Answer: 1 M NaCl

4.

**The variation of molar conductivity with****concentration of an electrolyte (X) in aqueous solution is shown in the given figure.**

**The electrolyte X is**

(1) HCl

(2) NaCl

(3) KNO3

(4) CH3COOH

Answer: CH3COOH

5.

**The Kohlrausch’s law is related to**(1) Conductance of ions at infinite dilution.

(2) Independent migration of ions.

(3) Both (1) & (2)

(4) Neither (1) & (2)

Answer: Both (1) & (2)

6.

**The equilibrium constant of the reaction if Eo cell= 0.4 V****Fe(s) + 2Ag+****(aq) → Fe+2 (aq) + 2Ag(s)at 298 K is**

(1) 2.5 × 10^12

(2) 3.5 × 10^13

(3) 1.5 × 10^12

(4) 4.5 × 10^15

Answer: 4.5 × 10^15

7.

**Find the reduction potential of hydrogen electrode change when its solution initially at****pH = 7 is neutralized to pH = 0?**

(1) increase by 0.059 V

(2) decrease by 0.059 V

(3) increase by 0.41 V

(4) decrease by 0.41 V

Answer: decrease by 0.41 V

8.

**The standard reduction potential values of three metallic cations X, Y and Z are 0.52, –3.03 and –1.18 V respectively. The order of reducing power of****the corresponding metal is**

(1) Y > Z > X

(2) X > Y > Z

(3) Z > Y > X

(4) Z=Y=X

Answer: Y > Z > X

### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set D)

1.

**For the following half cells , E° values***(i) A^3– → A^–2 + e; E° = 1.5 V*

*(ii) B^+ + e → B; E° = 0.5 V*

*(iii) C—2^+ + e → C+*

*; E° = 0.5 V*

*(iv) D → D2+ + 2e; E° =–1.15 V*

**Two half cells, combination would result in a cell with the largest potential?**

(1) (i) and (iii)

(2) (i) and (iv)

(3) (ii) and (iv)

(4)(iii) and (iv)

Answer: (i) and (iv)

2.

**E°(Ni2+/Ni) = –0.25 volt E°(Au3+/Au) = 1.50 volt The emf of the voltaic cell.****Ni/Ni2+ (1.0 M) || Au3+ (1.0 M) | Au is:**

(1) 1.25 volt

(2) –1.75 volt

(3) 1.75 volt

(4) 4.0 volt

Answer: 1.25 volt

3.

**The standard reduction potential at 25°C of Li+/Li,****Ba2+/Ba, Na+**

**/Na and Mg2+/Mg are –3.05, –2.73, –**

**2.71 and –2.37 volt respectively. Which one of the following is the strongest oxidizing agent?**

(1) Na+

(2) Li+

(3) Ba2+

(4)Mg2+

Answer: Mg2+

4.

**The potential of single electrode depends upon**(1) The nature of the electrode

(2) Temperature

(3) Concentration of the ion with respect to

which it is reversible

(4) All of the above

Answer: Temperature

5.

**The oxidation potential of Hydrogen half-cell will****be negative if**

(1) 2P(H )= 1 atm and[H+] = 1 M

(2) 2P(H )= 1 atm and[H+] = 2 M

(3) 2P(H )= 0.2 atm and [H+] = 1 M

(4) Both (2) and (3)

Answer: 2P(H )= 0.2 atm and [H+] = 1 M

6.

**The standard EMF of the cell reaction:****Zn + Cu^+2 —– Zn^+2 + Cu is 1.10 volt at 25°C.**

**The EMF for the cell reaction when 0.1 M Cu^+2 and**

**0.1 M Zn^+2 solutions are used at 25°C is**

(1) 1.10 V

(2) 0.110 V

(3) –1.10 V

(4) –0.110 V

Answer: 1.10 V

7.

**3.17 g., of a substance was deposited by the flow of****0.1 mole of electrons. The equivalent weight of the**

**substance is:**

(1) 3.17

(2) .317

(3) 317

(4) 31.7

Answer: 31.7

8.

**After passing 2F charge, the molarity of CuSO4 will be if 1 litre of 1M CuSo4 Solution is electrolyzed:**(1) M/2

(2) M/4

(3) M

(4) zero

Answer: zero

### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set E)

1.

**In solution of MgCl2 , Zn is added**(1) No reaction will take place

(2) ZnCl2 is formed

(3) Zinc dissolved in the solution

(4) Magnesium is precipitated

Answer: ZnCl2 is formed

2.

**Which of the following displacement does not****occur?**

(1) Zn + 2H+ → Zn+2 + H2

(2) Fe + 2Ag+ → Fe+2 + 2Ag

(3) Cu + Fe+2 → Fe + Cu+2

(4) Zn + Pb+2 → Zn+2 + Pb

Answer: Fe + 2Ag+ → Fe+2 + 2Ag

3.

**The standard reduction potential of A, B and C are****0.34 V, 0.80 V and 0.79 V respectively. The**

**decreasing order of deposition of metals on**

**electrodes are**

(1) A > B > C

(2) B > C > A

(3) C > B > A

(4) A > C > B

Answer: B > C > A

4.

**The products formed when an aqueous solution of NaBr is electrolyzed in a cell having in inert electrodes****are _________.**

(1) Na and Br2

(2) Na and O2

(3) H2, Br2 and NaOH

(4) H2 and O2

Answer: Na and Br2

5.

**A standard reduction electrode potential of four****metals are**

*A = –0.250 V,*

*B = –0.140 V*

*C = –0.126 V*

*D = –0.402 V*

**The metal that displaces A and B from its compound**

**in aqueous solution is**

(1) B

(2) C

(3) D

(4) None of the above

Answer: D

6.

**Using inert electrodes solution of sodium sulphate in water is electrolyzed. The product at the cathode and****anode are ___________ respectively**

(1) H2, SO2

(2) O2, H2

(3) O2, Na

(4) H2, O2

Answer: H2, O2

7.

**If mercury is used as a cathode during electrolysis****of an NaCl aqueous solution, the ions discharged at**

**cathode are**

(1) H+

(2) Na+

(3) OH–

(4) Cl

Answer: Na+

8.

**For the cell Zn | Zn2+ || Cu2+ | Cu, if the****concentration of both, Zn2+ and Cu2+ ions are**

**doubled, the EMF of the cell ___________.**

(1) doubles

(2) reduces to half

(3) remains same

(4) becomes zero

Answer: remains same

### CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Chapter Electrochemistry MCQs (Set F)

1.

**When two half-cells of electrode potential of E1 and E2 are combined to form a half cell of electrode potential E3, then (when n1, n2 and n3 are no. of electrons exchanged in first, second and combined half-cells) _________.**(1) E3 = E2 – E1

(2) E1=E2+E3

(3) E3 = E1 + E2

(4) none

Answer: E3 = E2 – E1

2.

**For a reaction – A(s) + 2B+ —-A****2^+ + 2B**

**KC has been found to be 1012. The E° cell is _______.**

(1) 0.354 V

(2) 0.708 V

(3) 0.0098 V

(4) 1.36 V

Answer: 0.354 V

3.

**0.1 M AgNO3 solution at 25°C . Find which of the following represents the potential of dipped silver wire?**(1) Ered °

(2) (Ered ° + 0.059)

(3) (Eox ° – 0.059)

(4) (Ered ° – 0.059)

Answer: (Ered ° + 0.059)

4.

**How much will the potential of Zn/Zn2+ change if the solution of Zn2+ is diluted 10 times?**(1) increase by 0.03 V

(2) decreases by 0.03V

(3) increases by 0.059 V

(4) decreases by 0.059V

Answer: increase by 0.03 V

5.

**Cu^+ + e– —– Cu, E° = x1 volt;****Cu^2+ + 2e– —- Cu, E° = x2 volt, then for**

**Cu^2+ + e– —- Cu+**

**, E° (volt) will be:**

(1) x1 – 2×2

(2) x1 + 2×2

(3) x1 – x2

(4) 2×1 – x1

Answer: 2×1 – x1

6.

**Pt | (H2)(1 atm) | pH = 1 || pH = 2 | (H2)(1 atm) | Pt****For the given cell , find the cell reaction is**

(1) Spontaneous

(2) Non-spontaneous

(3) Equilibrium

(4) None of these

Answer: Non-spontaneous

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