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MCQ on Water: Physical and Chemical Properties; pH and Buffer Systems Part 3 (Biochemistry MCQ-13)

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(1). What is the molecular weight of water?

a.       10 g/mol
b.      15 g/mol
c.       18 g/mol
d.      20 g/mol

(2). What is the H+ ion concentration in pure water?

a.       1 X 10-7 m
b.      1 X 107 m
c.       1 X 10-14 m
d.      1 X 1014 m

(3). The equilibrium constant of ionization reaction of pure water is:

a.       1.8 X 10-14 M
b.      1.8 X 10-16 M
c.       1.8 X 10-7 M
d.      1.8 X 10-7 M

(4). The pH of pure water is neutral, the best explanation for this is:

a.       The pH of pure water is 7
b.      In pure water the concentration of H+ and OH are same
c.       Water do not contain free H+ or OH ions
d.      What will never ionize

(5). What is the concentration of OH ions in a solution with an H+ ion concentration of 1.3 X 10-4M?

a.       7.7 X 10-11 M
b.      7.7 X 10-10M
c.       1.4 X 10-11M
d.      1.4 X 10-10 M

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