1. Which of the following substances is an electrolyte?
A. copper metal
B. solid sodium chloride
C. copper chloride solution
D. molten sugar
2. Which statement about the conduction of electricity by compounds is true?
A. Covalent compounds conduct when liquid as molecules are free to move
B. Ionic compounds conduct in aqueous solution as ions are free to move
C. Covalent compounds do not conduct when solid as ions are not free to move
D. Ionic compounds conduct when molten as electrons are free to move
3. What are the products of electrolysis of molten aluminium oxide ?
Q4-7: The diagram shows the apparatus used to electrolyse lead(II)bromide. The wires connected to the electrodes are made from copper. During electrolysis of the molten lead(II)bromide particles X , Y and Z move in the directions shown by the arrows.
4. Electrolysis does not occur until the lead(II)bromide is molten because when solid the ..
A. electrons are not free to move
B. electrons are free to move
C. ions are not free to move
D. ions are free to move
5. Particle X is a
6. Particle Y is a
7. Particle Z is a
Q8-9: Magnesium is extracted by electrolysis of molten magnesium chloride (MgCl2) obtained from sea water.
8. The half equation for the reaction occurring at the positive electrode is …
A. Cl-→ Cl + e-
B. 2Cl-→ Cl2 + 2e-
C. Cl- + e-→ Cl
D. 2Cl- + 2e-→ Cl2
9.The half-equation for the reaction occurring at the negative electrode and the type of reaction occurring is: