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HSEB Grade XI, Chemistry, Question Paper 2012 (2069) – HSEB NOTES, Question Collection Series

Group ‘A’ Attempt any fifteen questions

15x2=30

Group ‘C’ Attempt any two questions.

1. State the law of multiple proportions.

2. Calculate the mass of : (i) one molecule of Nitrogen in gram, (ii) a mole of CO 2

3. Differentiate between Crystalline and Amorphous solid.

4. Calculate the wt. of 11.2 liters of CO 2 gas at STP (mol. Wt of CO 2 =44)

5. Write the electronic configuration of the element with atomic number 18 and 26.

30. a. Why is sodium metal is kept in kerosene? b. 31. 32. enclosed in
30.
a.
Why is sodium metal is kept in kerosene?
b.
31.
32.
enclosed in a five litres flask at 27
the gas behaves like an ideal gas.
33.
Write short notes on any two:
iii) AlCl 3
a.
Relation between K and K .
p
c
b.
c.
Homologous series.
d.
Detection of foreign element in organic compound.
2NH
heat
-
O
-
2
4
passed
2
4
KM O
B
(ii) Markonikov’s rule
5x5=25

2x10=20

Sketch a well labeled diagram for the extraction of sodium by Down’s process and explain the principle involved in the process.

Alkali metal impart characteristics colour to the flame. Give reason. Describe Haber’s process for the manufacture of ammonia. Why is NH 3 not dried over conc. H 2 SO 4 and anhydrous CaCl 2 ? What is the action when ammonia is passed to mercurous nitrate paper and FeSO 4 solution? State Boyle’s law and Charle’s law. Derive the relation PV=nRT. Two moles of ammonia are

. Calculate the pressure exerted by the gas assuming that

Avogadro’s hypothesis and its relation with molecular mass of volatile substance.

6. Name the spectral series which appears visual part of the electromagnetic spectrum. How is such series originated?

7. What type of hydrogen bond is found in ammonia? Give any one important use of H-bond. Or, Write any two applications of each of the following isotope: 60 Co and 131 I.

8. Define dipole moment. What is its unit?

9. Calculate the equivalent weight of underlined element.

i) CCl ii) MgO

iii) Fe 2 O 3

10. Define ionization energy and atomic radius

11. Calculate the oxidation number of: (i) C in C 2 H 2 O 4 (ii) Mn in MnO 4

12. What is the effect of increasing pressure and decreasing temperature on the following

equilibrium:

N

3H

13. Name the isotopes of hydrogen. Which of the isotope of hydrogen is radioactive?

14. Name the allotropes of oxygen. Give an important use of each.

15. Why can’t HBr and HI be prepared by treating conc. H SO with bromide and iodide?

16. What happens when the gas obtained by heating oxalic acid and conc. H SO is through: (i) NaOH solution (ii) Finely divided Nickel

17. What are the differences between minerals and ores? Give one example of ech.

18. Mention the biological importance of potassium and sodium metals.

19. Give possible isomers of C 4 H 10 and write their IUPAC names.

20. Identify A and B in the following reaction and give IUPAC names:

A

.KOH

CH

CH

21. What is cracking? Mention any one example of it.

22. Write one example of each of: (i) Wurtz reaction

Group ‘B’

Attempt any five questions.

23. What is meant by redox reaction? Balance the following equation by oxidation number or ion-

electron method:

24. St

25. State and explain Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity.

ate Modern Periodic law. What are the advantages of modern periodic table?

26. Compare and contrast the properties of HCl, HBr and HI

27. Write the chemical reaction for the Laboratory preparation of H 2 S. how does Kipp’s apparatus work to supply H 2 S gas in salt analysis?

28. Describe the smelting process in the extraction of metal from their ores.

29. How is ethyne prepared in laboratory? What is Baeyer’s test?