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Chemistry is a fascinating discipline that investigates the characteristics and interactions of matter. Chemistry has played a key part in molding our environment and understanding the natural world, from the earliest experiments to modern-day advancements. Chemistry trivia questions may be fun and interesting to test your knowledge and increase your respect for this vital and diverse science. Try to tackle the following questions.
Easy Questions: 1 to 10.
Medium Questions: 11 to 30
Hard Questions: 31 to 50
50 Chemistry Trivia Questions and Answers
#1. What is the smallest unit of a material that keeps its properties?
#2. Pb is the symbol for which element?
#3. What is the order of the Periodic Table?
#4. What are the compounds that regulate the speeds of chemical reactions?
#5. Which alloy is formed when copper and tin combine?
#6. What is the antonym for the term 'alkali'?
#7. Which of the following gases has the molecular symbol CH4?
#8. Why is tungsten an excellent metal for light bulb filaments?
#9. Which element is found in every organic compound?
#10. A neutron carries what kind of charge?
#11. Which of these gases is the primary cause of acid rain?
#12. What is the chemical symbol Fe2O3?
#13. Which element is represented by the symbol Au?
#14. Which of the following elements has a relative atomic mass of one?
#15. Would a liquid with a ph of 6 be acidic, alkaline, or neutral?
#16. What results from the Haber-Bosch process?
#17. What is the Universe's second most abundant element?
#18. How many elements are in H2O?
#19. Calcium appears on the Periodic Tables as?
#20. What else is in the water besides hydrogen?
#21. How many different types of radioactivity are there?
#22. Which of these liquids has a boiling point of 78.2 degrees Celsius?
#23. What is Nitrogen's atomic number?
#24. Which of the following is the only liquid metal at ambient temperature?
#25. Which of the following elements is plentiful in milk?
#26. Which element makes up the complex red hemoglobin?
#27. What is Americium's chemical symbol?
#28. Which form of matter has a fixed volume but no fixed shape?
#29. Is it possible for high pressure to convert solids to liquids?
#30. What do molecules consist of?
#31. What is the chemical formula for H2SO4?
#32. Which elements are used to disinfect, bleach, and purify water?
#33. What is the chemical NaCl's common name?
#34. What is the color of the mineral 'malachite'?
#35. Which typical liquid has a pH of 7?
#36. Ti is the chemical symbol for which element?
#37. Which category of chemical elements includes chlorine, Bromine, and iodine?
#38. Which chemical combines with acids to produce water and salt?
#39. What is the chemical symbol for Bromine?
#40. What is the mechanism through which certain water molecules become gas?
#41. CH3COOH contains how many distinct elements?
#42. What is the primary component of limestone?
#43. At room temperature, what condition is fluorine in?
#44. What happens to water when it is cooled?
#45. Which of the following chemical elements is the primary source of nuclear energy?
#46. What is the subject of spectroscopy, a branch of chemistry?
#47. How many metals are in bronze?
#48. What gas, produced through decomposing plants, creates the phenomena known as will o' the wisp?
#49. What is the combination of potassium nitrate, charcoal, and sulfur?
#50. Where on the Periodic Table can you locate Einsteinium?
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