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Group 5A & 6A Elements concepts are essential to learning for every level in chemistry courses. Here, we have compiled many Group 5A & 6A Elements quizzes free for students of grades 11 and 12. We hope you will find this very useful for your regular exam preparations and entry tests at undergraduate levels, particularly for medical and engineering students (MDCAT, ECAT, NUST, NUMS, JEE, NEET).


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#1. Which of the following is different with respect to physical appearance?

#2. Which one of the followings possesses melting point below 0OC?

#3. Compounds of nitrogen and phosphorus are mostly:

#4. The most electronegative element among the following is:

#5. SO3 is not absorbed in water directly because:

#6. Phosphene gas will be produced if phosphorous acid is subjected to:

#7. Which of the following will give phosphoric acid one reaction with water:

#8. Which one of following is not a property of pure quartz?

#9. Phosphorus is a Greek word and it means:

#10. Which of the following does not contain phosphorus?

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