1: A liquid rises in capillary tube.
2: The process of diffusion is most rapidly in gases, less rapidly in liquid, and very slowly in solids.
3: Evaporation is a cooling process.
4: A drop of liquid spreads on a blotting paper.
5: a falling drop of liquid is always spherical.
6: Glycerin is distilled at a reduced pressure.
7: NaF and MgO are isomorphous compounds.
8: Ionization potential of oxygen is smaller than that of nitrogen.
9: The bond angle in H2o is smaller than in NH3.
10: Elements give line spectrum.
11: A positive catalyst increases the rate of reaction.
12: An orbital can have two electrons with opposite spins.
13: The 2nd ionization potential of Sodium is very high.
14: Honey is more viscous than Water.
15: The boiling point of H2O is higher than the boiling point of H2S.
16: Food is cooked more quickly in a pressure cooker than in an ordinary pot in the kitchen.
171 Food is presented in freezers.
18; Zinc dust is used for the preparation of H2 gas and not the chucks of zinc.
19: Milk gets sour more rapidly in summer than in winter.
20: A liquid is less viscous at high temperature.
21: Water has a high BP than hydrogen flouride although fluoride is more electronegative than oxygen.
22: Graphite is a good conductor of electricity whereas diamond is not.
23: The rate of diffusion of C3H8 and CO2 are same.
24; Solids do not flow as liquids and gases do.
25: Mercury has its meniscus upward.
26: Boiling point of a liquid remains constant although heat is continuously supplied to the liquid.
27: The electron affinity of Nitrogen is positive.
28: The electron affinity of Be and Mg is positive.
29: The electron affinity of Oxygen atom is negative but of O2 is positive.
30: ionic radius of Sodium is smaller than that of its atom.
31: ionic radius of Chlorine is greater than that of its atom.
32: PCl5 exists but phosphorus does not give Pig.
33: Water has the maximum density at 40C.
34: BeCl2 has a liner shape where a water molecule has angular shape.
35: Formula Mass is estimated for ionic compounds inspite ofMolecularMass.