School of Nursing Umuahia Past Questions and Answers PDF Download


School of Nursing Umuahia Past Questions

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School of Nursing Umuahia Past Questions and Answers

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Sample Questions

1. One common fraction may be represented ironically by the equation Ba2+ + So42+ BaSo4 this occurs during
(a) hydrolysis
(b) synthesis
(c)thermal association
(d)double decomposition

2. White phosphorous s stored underwater because it
(a) is corrosive
(b) is corrosive
(c) reacts with carbon (iv) oxide (d) is hydrolyzed by atmospheric moisture

3. When aluminum tetraxosulphate (iv) reacts with excess sodium hydroxide, the formula of one of the compounds formed is
(a)Al Na02
(b)Al (OH)3
(c) NaAl (OH)4
(d) Na3AlO3

4. An alloy of copper and tin used in electrical contracts is
(a) brass
(B) solder
(c) bronze
(d)type metal

5. Kerosene and petrol (gasoline) are
(a) hydrocarbons with kerosene having bigger molecules
(b) hydrocarbons with petrol having bigger molecules
(c) hydrocarbons with the same size molecules but of different shape
(d)compounds of carbon and hydrogen and sulphur for kerosene, but nitrogen for petrol

6. The preparation of ethoxyethane (C2H5OC2H5) form ethanol can be considered as
(a) dehydration
(b) oxidation reactions
(c) hydrolysis reactions
(d) dehydrogenation reactions.

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