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Macromolecules concepts are essential to learning for every level in chemistry courses. Here, we have compiled many Macromolecules 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. Polymers described as large molecules built up from small repeating units called:

#2. A polymer in which three different monomers combine called:

#3. The important monomers of acrylic resins are:

#4. Polyester resins are the product of the reaction of:

#5. Industrial materials and thermal power stations are coated with:

#6. Carbohydrates are polyhydroxy compounds of:

#7. A common example of carbohydrates are:

#8. Nylon is obtained by heating:

#9. Hydrolysis of an oligosaccharide in the presence of acid yields:

#10. Amylose is:

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