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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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Section-A
1.
The reaction : A Product, follows first order kinetics and
progress of reaction is depicted in the following figure. Half
life of this reaction is approximately:

(a) 10 Sec. (b) 100 Sec

(c) 500 Sec (d) 1000 Sec


ln [A]
Time (sec)
(2, 3.4 x 10
-3
)
(4, 2 x 10
-3
)

D
2.
In the reaction: 2NO
2
(g) + F
2
(g) 2NO
2
F(g)
It is observed that halving the volume of the reaction chamber increases the rate from 0.0010 M sec
-1
to 0.0040
M sec
-1
, at constant temperature. Which of the following rate laws are consistent with this data?
(a) Rate = k[F
2
] (b) Rate = k[NO
2
]
2
[F
2
]
2
(c) Rate = k[NO
2
]
2
(d) Rate = k[NO
2
][F
2
]

D
3.
A solution contains 1.0 x 10
-5

M Na3PO4. Calculate the minimum concentration of Ag
+

that would cause
precipitation of solid Ag3PO4

(K
sp
= 1.8 x 10
-18
)
(a) 4.3 x 10
-6

M (b) 5.6 x 10
-5

M (c) 2.5 x 10
-4

M (d) 6.0 x 10
-7

M
B
4.
A 100.0 ml sample of 0.2 M (CH3)3N (Kb

= 5.0 x 10
-5
) is titrated with 0.2 M HCl. Calculate the pH at the
equivalence point.
(a) 3.1 (b) 5.4 (c) 7.0 (d) 9.9
B
5.
Which of the following is false for a buffer solution?
(a) A buffer solution can be prepared by mixing appropriate amounts of a weak base and a strong acid.
(b) Exclusive of water, at least one component of a buffer solution must be neutral
(c) A buffer solution can consist of a mixture of a weak acid and its conjugate base.
(d) Added H
+

ions will react with the conjugate base of the weak acid in solution

B
6.
A galvanic cell has a potential of 2.50 V. If in a particular experiment, 2.00 moles of electron were passed
through this cell, what is the maximum useful work, wmax, that could be obtained?
(a) 4.82 x 10
5

J (b) 7.80 x 10
5
J (c) 2.02 x 10
4

J (d) 1.00 x 10
3

J

A
7.
Which of the following are assumptions of
14
C dating?
X.
14
C content ceases to be renewed when the plant is harvested or dies.
Y. The
14
C/
12
C ratio in a living organism reaches a steady state.
Z. Nothing can change the half life of the decay.
(a) All are assumptions (b) Z only (c) Y only (d) X and Y

A
8.
An ice cube at room temperature and 1.0 atm pressure is observed to melt. For the ice cube:
(a) Gis negative, His negative and Sis positive (b)Gis positive, His negative and Sis positive.
(c) Gis negative, His positive and Sis positive (d)Gis negative, His positive and Sis negative

C
9.
The standard reaction free energy for N2O4(g) 2NO
2
(g) is G= + 4.73 kJ mol
-1

at 298 K. What is the value
of G and what is the spontaneous direction of the reaction when the partial pressures of the gases are PN
2
O
4
=
0.80 atm and PNO
2
= 2.10 atm?
(a) +6.83 kJ mol
-1
; towards reactant. (b) -8.96 kJ mol
-1

towards product.
(c) +8.96 kJ mol
-1
; towards product. (d) +8.96 kJ mol
-1
; towards reactant.

D

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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
3
10.
Which one of the following statements about Le Chateliers Principle is FALSE? (Assume no solids or pure
liquids are present!)
(a) Adding products to a reaction will cause the reaction to shift back to reactants.
(b) Adding heat to an endothermic reaction will cause the equilibrium to shift back to make more reactants.
(c) Removing reactants will cause the equilibrium to shift back to produce more reactants.
(d) Decreasing the temperature of an exothermic reaction (removing heat) will cause the equilibrium to shift
forward to make more products.

B
11.
Which of the following formulas is consistent with the
unit cell of the rhenium oxide compound shown at
right?

(a) Re
2
O
6
(b) Re
2
O
3


(c) ReO
6
(d) ReO


A
12.
A mixture of 0.15 mole of A, 0.41 mole of B, and 1.6 moles of C is placed in a 2.0 L container. Which of the
following statements correctly matches the reaction quotient, Q, with the direction to attain equilibrium for the
reaction A(g) + 3B(g) 2C(g)? (The value of K
c
is 1.00 x 10
2
at 500 K.)
(a) Q = 2.5 x 10
2
, proceeds from right to left (b) Q = 9.9 x 10
2
, proceeds from right to left
(c) Q = 3.6 x 10
1
, proceeds from left to right (d) Q = 5.3 x 10
1
, proceeds from left to right

B
13.
A flask contain A(g), B(g) and C(g) in equilibrium and the following equilibrium is existing:
2A(g) 2B(g) + C(g)
If equal moles of A(g) and B(g) are added simultaneously from the two inlets, to the above mentioned flask
containing equilibrium mixture of A(g), B(g) and C(g), which of the following statement correctly describes the
change that will occur? Assume constant temperature throughout.
(a) Reaction will proceed in forward direction to reestablish the new equilibrium.
(b) Reaction will proceed in backward direction to reestablish the new equilibrium.
(c) Reaction may proceed in either direction depending on the composition of original equilibrium mixture to
reestablish the new equilibrium.
(d) Direction of reaction cant be predicted without knowledge of equilibrium constant.

C
14.
The value for the equilibrium constant for the reaction between iron(III) ion and thiocyanate ion, SCN

, can be
determined by measuring the absorbance of solutions. When solutions containing Fe
3+
(aq) and SCN

(aq) are
combined, equilibrium is established between these two ions and the FeSCN
2+
(aq) complex ion which is
primarily responsible for the absorbing red color in the system. Assuming [FeSCN
2+
] and absorbance are
directly related, one can find the concentration of FeSCN
2+
in any equilibrium system, if when [FeSCN
2+
] =
0.00020 mol L
1
, absorbance = 0.520 in a 1.00 cm cell. Given that the absorbance for a solution is 0.215 when
solutions are mixed such that, at the instant of mixing, [Fe
3+
] = 0.0010 mol L
1
and [SCN

] = 0.00060 mol L
1
,
estimate the equilibrium constant K
c
for the reaction: Fe
3+
(aq) + SCN

(aq) FeSCN
2+
(aq).
(a) <100 mol L
1
(b) 125 mol L
1
(c) 150 mol L
1
(d) 175 mol L
1


D
15.
An aqueous solution is given to you. You measure the pH and observe that pH = 4.57. Consider the following
statements:
Statement I: The solution could contain a strong acid at a concentration of 2.7 x 10
5
mol L
1
.
Statement II: The solution could contain a weak acid whose K
a
is 3.1 x 10
8
mol L
1
.
Statement III: Some K
3
PO
4
could have been added to water to give this solution.
Which of the above Statements is (are) consistent with your observation?
(a) Only Statement I (b) Both Statement I and Statement III
(c) Both Statement I and Statement II (d) Both Statement II and Statement III

C
16.
In an experiment, dinitrobenzene (C
6
H
4
N
2
O
4
) is being reduced electrolytically into diamino benzene. If a current
of 5 A is applied for 48.25 minute, how many grams of dinitrobenzene would be reduced? (F = 96500 C and
M(N) = 14)
(a) 0.7 g (b) 1.4 g (c) 2.1 g (d) 2.8 g

C
17.
Arrange the following aqueous solutions in increasing order of their vapour pressure:
(I) 0.5 m sugar (II) 1.0 m CaCl
2
(III) 0.5 m FeCl
3
(IV) 2.0 m KCl (V) 0.5 m NaCl
(a) V<II<III<IV<I (b) II<V<III<IV<I (c) IV<II<III<V<I (d) II<III<V<IV<I
C

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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
4

18.
Specify if addition of the second substance in each of the following increases (I) or decreases (D) the solubility
of the first substance.
1. Al(OH)
3
, NaOH; 2. PbCl
2
, Pb(NO
3
)
2
; 3. CuSO
4
, NH
3

(a) 1-D, 2-I, 3-I (b) 1-I, 2-I, 3-D (c) 1-I, 2-D, 3-I (d) 1-D, 2-D, 3-I

C
19.
The equation for the reaction in the figure below is:
H
2
(g) + I
2
(g) + Heat 2HI(g).
At time 3 minutes, what change was imposed into
the equilibrium?
(a) Pressure was increased.
(b) Temperature was increased.
(c) Iodine was added to the system.
(d) Hydrogen was added to the system.



C
20.
In the plot below, what is the slope of the line labeled Total in terms
of P
o
benzene
and P
o
toluene
, where P
o
benzene
and P
o
toluene
are the vapour
pressures of pure benzene and pure toluene at a given temperature?

(a) P
o
toluene
- P
o
benzene
(b) P
o
benzene
+ P
o
toluene

(c) P
o
benzene
- P
o
toluene
(d) 2P
o
toluene
- P
o
benzene


C
21.
KCl has the same structure as NaCl. If the volume of the unit cell is 247.7 cubic Angstroms, what is the
distance between adjacent K
+
and Cl
-
centers?
(a) 1.24 Angstroms (b) 2.48 Angstroms
(c) 3.14 Angstroms (d) 6.28 Angstroms

C
22.
A rectangular tray has dimensions of 20 cm x 40 cm. If a molecule has its vander waals radius of 2 cm, what is
the maximum effective number of molecules which can be arranged in a monolayer arrangement on this tray?
(a) 50 (b) 57 (c) 68 (d) 80

B
23.
The equivalent conductance of a 1 M CH
3
COOH solution is 10 ohm
-1
cm
2
eq
-1
and that at infinite dilution is 200
ohm
-1
cm
2
eq
-1
. Hence pH of CH
3
COOH solution is
(a) 0 (b) 1.3 (c) 1.7 (d) 4.0

B
24.
For a saturated solution of AgCl at 25
o
C, specific conductance is 3.44 x 10
-6
ohm
-1
cm
-1
and of waer used for
preparing this solution is 1.6 x 10
-6
ohm
-1
cm
-1
. If
AgCl

= 138.3 ohm
-1
cm
2
eq
-1
, the K
sp
of AgCl would be closest
to?
(a) 1.7 x 10
-2
M
2
(b) 1.7 x 10
-4
M
2
(c) 1.7 x 10
-6
M
2
(d) 1.7 x 10
-8
M
2


C
Section B (may have more than one correct answers)


25.
Which of the following is/are false for a first order rate constant (k)?
(a) It is a characteristic constant for a given reaction and changes only with temperature.
(b) It is equal to the negative of the solpe of the straight line obtained by plotting ln{amount of reactant} on Y-
axis vs time on X-axis.
(c) It increases exponentially with temperature.
(d) It is very low for the endothermic reaction and high for the exothermic reaction.

A
D
26.
The following reversible reaction is established in a container at 500K:
2NO
2
(g) N
2
O
4
(g)
Which of the followings will increase the amount of product at equilibrium?
(a) Adding Argon gas at constant volume and temperature.
(b) Adding Argon gas at constant pressure and temperature.
(c) Compression of the equilibrium mixture at constant temperature.
(d) Adding some silica (sand) to the equilibrium mixture at constant volume and temperature.

C
D


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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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27.
1.0 mol of an ideal gas (C
p
/C
v
= 1.5) undergo a
change of state described by the following P-V
diagram.
Which of the following statements is (are) true?

(a) S
AB
= S
CB
(b) W
ABC
< 0

(c) P(C) = 1.25 atm (d) P(B) = 5 atm

A
B
C

28.
Which of the following statement regarding a NaCl unit cell is(are) correct:
(a) Coordination number of Na
+
as well as Cl
-
is six.
(b) Number of chloride ions in the nearest neighbor of a chloride ion is twelve.
(c) Density of NaCl is greater than any atomic solid with FCC unit cell.
(d) In closest packing, the internuclear distance between adjacent Na
+
ions is
2
a
where a is the side of unit
cell.

A
B
D
29.
What is/are true regarding kinetics of a given chemical reaction?
(a) The pre-exponential factor A in Arrhenius equation accounts for the probability of collision of reactant
molecules in a specific orientation.
(b) If order of a reaction is zero, it must be a composite (multi step) reaction.
(c) Arrhenius equation is not relevant in a radioactive decay.
(d) Rate of a light catalyzed reaction depends on frequency of light but independent of intensity of light.

A
B
C
30.
Which of the following statement regarding a Galvanic cell: Zn/Zn
2+
//Cu
2+
/Cu is (are) true?
(a) Electrons flow from Zn to Cu electrode via internal circuit.
(b) Cu electrode is at lower Gibbs free energy than Zn electrode.
(c) Its standard state emf(E
o
) is independent of temperature.
(d) Diluting electrolyte in anode chamber increases EMF.

B
D

31.
Select the correct statement of the followings:
(a) Vapour pressure of a 0.01 M NaCl(aq) solution is greater than the vapour pressure of a 0.015 M urea
solution.
(b) X and Y are two solutions of non-volatile solutes in volatile solvents. If boiling point of X is greater than the
boiling point of Y, freezing point of Y must be greater than that of X.
(c) If a solution of a non-volatile solute in a volatile solvent is distilled, boiling point of solution increases as
distillation progresses.
(d) Two volatile solvents A and B forms a binary solution. If solution of A and B is distilled, they will start
distilling in equal composition at a point when
o
A B
o
B A
x P
x P
= .
B
C
D

32.
Consider the following Galvanic cell:
2
3
(0.1 ) (0.01 ) Zn Zn M AgNO M Ag
+

E
o
(Zn
2+
/Zn) = -0.76 V and E
o
(Ag
+
/Ag) = 0.80 V at 25
o
C.
Which of the following is/are correct at 25
o
C?
(a) emf of the cell is 1.53 V
(b) If some solid NaCl is added to cathode chamber, emf will decrease.
(c) Adding some 0.04 M ZnCl
2
solution to anode chamber will increase emf of the cell.
(d) Increase in temperature increases emf of the cell.
B
C
D
Section C
Assertion Reason Type


Following Four questions consist of a statement S followed by its explanation E. Answer them
according to following codes:
(A) Both S and E are factually true and E is the correct explanation of S.
(B) Both S and E are factually true but E is not the correct explanation of S.
(C) S is correct but E is wrong. (D) S is incorrect but E is correct.


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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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33.
S: For the reaction: CO(g) + H
2
O(g) CO
2
(g) + H
2
(g), addition of Ar(g) at constant temperature and
pressure at equilibrium does not affect the amount of reactants or products.
E: Ar(g) is an inert gas, does not involve in a reaction with the components of the system at equilibrium.

B
34.
S: Addition of dilute HNO
3
to a saturated solution of PbS increases solubility of PbS.
R: Pb(NO
3
)
2
and other nitrate salts are highly soluble in water.

B
35.
S: All reversible reaction proceeds in direction of lower Gibbs energy.
R: Reversible reaction proceeds spontaneously towards a state of equilibrium where the Gibbs energy is minimum.

A
36.
S: Isothermal expansion of ideal gas against vacuum must be simultaneously adiabatic.
R: The work done by system in the above process is zero.

A
Section D
Passage/Comprehension Type


Passage-I A solution is prepared by dissolving CH
3
COONa (8.2 g), acetic acid (30g) and FeCl
2
(0.05g) in 1.0-L
of distilled water. To this solution is bubbled H
2
S(g) up to the point of saturation, which for this gas corresponds
to 0.10 M. Knowing the following constants, answer to the following three questions:

Acid dissociation constants(K
a
): Solubility Product constants(K
sp
):
Acetic Acid = 2 x 10
-5
Fe(OH)
2
= 4.0 x 10
-15

H
2
S: K
a1
= 10
-7
; K
a2
= 10
-14
FeS = 8 x 10
-19
Molar mass of FeCl
2
= 127


37.
What is the pH of this solution?
(a) 4.3 (b) 4.6 (c) 4 (d) 5.4

C
38.
Which of the following statements regarding precipitation reaction is true?
(a) Some Fe(OH)
2
will precipitate out since ionic product of Fe(OH)
2
is greater than its K
sp
.
(b) Some FeS will precipitate out since ionic product of FeS is greater than its K
sp
.
(c) Both FeS and Fe(OH)
2
will precipitate out to some extent since both [OH
-
] and [S
2-
] are greater than that
required for precipitation.
(d) Neither Fe(OH)
2
nor FeS will precipitate out since ionic product of both in solution are less than their
respective solubility products.

B
39.
What will be the concentration of free Fe(II) ion in the resulting solution?
(a) 10
-5
M (b) 9 x 10
-10
M (c) 6.3 x 10
-8
M (d) 8 x 10
-5
M

D
Passage-II Medical texts indicates that lithium is used for treatment of bipolar disorder (manic depression). It is
believed to change the strength of chemicals like Serotonin and Norepinephrine in the brain. Most often, it is
administered as lithium carbonate (Li
2
CO
3
) or lithium citrate. Since it is used in a population at relatively high
risk for overdose, and desired blood serum level of about 1.0 milli-mol per liter Li
+
cannot be exceeded
appreciably without risk, careful monitoring is necessary. Fortunately it is absorbed only slowly and excreted
efficiently with a biological half-life from 18-30 hours, depending on the patient.


40.
Assuming a blood volume of 4.7 L for a standard adult, what is the maximum concentration of serum Li
+
that
can be obtained by rapid absorption of a 300 mg pill of Li
2
CO
3
? [M: Li = 7, C = 12 and O = 16]
(a) 0.86 mM (b) 1.72 mM (c) 2.58 mM (d) 3.44 mM

B
41.
In setting the treatment protocol, a concentration near 1.0 mM of Li
+
has been maintained by the patient. Then
the physician monitoring the blood finds that Li
+
blood level is 0.75 mmol L
-1
after 9.0 hours. Assuming that
excretion follows first order kinetics, what is the biological half life of the Li
+
for this patient?
(a) 18 hr. (b) 22.5 hr. (c) 25 hr. (d) 30 hr

B
42.
In order to maintain the stable condition of the above-mentioned patient, in no case the serum level of Li
+

should not come down below to 0.85 mM. What should be the minimum duration for administering the next
dose of 300 mg pils of Li
2
CO
3
?
(a) 9 hr (b) 11.25 hr (c) 12.5 hr. (d) 15 hr

B

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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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Passage III : The magnitude (but not the sign) of the standard reduction potentials of two metals X and Y are:
Y
2+
+ 2e Y
1
0 34
o
E . V =
X
2+
+ 2e X
2
0 25
o
E . V =
When the two half cells of X and Y are connected to construct a cell, electrons flow from X to Y. When X is
connected to a standard hydrogen electrode (SHE), electrons flow from X to SHE.


43.
Which of the following sign of
1
o
E and
2
o
E are true?
(a) Both are negative (b) Both are positive
(c)
1
o
E is negative and
2
o
E is positive (d)
1
o
E is positive and
2
o
E is negative

D
44.
If a half cell X/X
2+
(0.1 M) is connected to another half cell Y/Y
2+
(1.0 M) by means of a salt bridge and an
external circuit at 25
o
C, the cell voltage would be?
(a) 0.06 V (b) 0.12 V (c) 0.62V (d) 0.72 V

C
45.
If standard emf (E
o
) of a half cell Y
2+
/Y
+
is 0.15 V, the standard emf of the half-cell Y
+
/Y will be?
(a) 0.19 V (b) 0.53 V (c) 0.49 V (d) 0.64 V

B
46.
Given the following half cell:
YI + e Y + I
-
E
o
= -0.27 V
Solubility product of the iodide salt YI is :
(a) 2 x 10
-3
(b) 2 x 10
-12
(c) 2 x 10
-13
(d) 6.8 x 10
-16


C

Passage IV: The vapor pressure of an aqueous solution of a sample of sugar maple sap is 22.61 mmHg at
25
o
C. The vapor pressure of pure water at 25
o
C is 23.80 mmHg. Also the solution contain 50% sugar (by
weight) and remaining part is pure water.



47.
What is the mole fraction of sugar in this sugar maple sap?
(a) 0.5 (b) 0.025 (c) 0.050 (d) 0.0075


C
48.
The molecular weight of sugar is?
(a) 180 amu (b) 342 amu (c) 504 amu (d) 684 amu


B
49.
What is the boiling point of this sugar maple as the above solution is boiled off? Ebullioscopic constant of water
is 0.52 KKg
-1
mol
-1
.
(a) 128.88
o
C (b) 101.52
o
C (c) 100.74
o
C (d) 100.218
o
C


B

Section E
Single Integer Answer Type


50.
If a largest size guest atom X is present at all face centers of a unit cell of a BCC atomic solid without disturbing
the original unit cell dimension, what is the coordination number of X?

2
51.
In the reaction : A + B P; if concentration of A is tripled and concentration of B is doubled, rate of reaction
increased by a factor of 72. What is the over all order of reaction?

5
52.
Standard molar enthalpy of combustion of ethane and butane are -1600 kJ and -2800 kJ respectively. A ethane
burner using 7 lit of gas per hour is to be replaced by butane burner at same temperature and pressure, what
should be the rate of supply of butane in order to have same fuel value?

4
53.
Bromine for bromination of benzene is being produced by electrolysis of NaBr using a current of 965 A. At least
how many hours electrolysis would have to be done to produce enough bromine required for monobromination
of 5.184 Kg of benzene?


4



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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
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Matrix Match Type Questions
Section F

54.
Consider the operations on the left column and match with the solution on the right column:
(A) Addition of small amount of HCl decreases
the solubility of sparingly soluble salt
P. A saturated solution of AgCl (K
sp
= 2 x 10
-10
)
(B) Addition of small amount of NaOH decreases
solubility of sparingly soluble salt.
Q. A saturated solution of PbCl
2
. (K
sp
= 4 x 10
-6
)
(C) Addition of small amount of HCl increases
solubility of sparingly soluble salt.
R. A HCl solution saturated with AgCl.
(D) Addition of small amount of AgNO
3
(s)
increases solubility of sparingly soluble salt.
S. A NaOH solution saturated with Mg(OH)
2
(K
sp
of
Mg(OH)
2
= 4 x 10
-7
)


55.
Match the conditions on the left column with states on the right column:
Equilibrium types K
p
/K
c
relationship
(A)
A
2
(g) 2A(g); K
c
= 1. A mixture of 1.0 mole of each is prepared
in a 1.0 liter flask.
P. System is at equilibrium
(B)
A(g) + 2B(g) AB
2
(g) K
c
= 2. A mixture of 2.0 mole of each A, B
and AB
2
is prepared in a 1.0 liter flask.
Q. Goes to right
(C)
A
2
(g) 2A(g); K
P
= 2. At equilibrium the total pressure is 2.0 atm.
R. n(A) > n(A
2
) at equilibrium
(D)
2A(g) A
2
(g) K
P
= 2. A mixture, initially containing both A and A
2

at 1.0 atm. partial pressure is prepared.

S. n(A) < n(A
2
) at equilibrium


56.
Consider the radio isotopes on the left column and match with their modes of decay to stable nuclei on the right
column:
(A)
8
O
18
P. Positron emission.
(B)
5
B
9
Q. Electron capture.
(C)
14
Si
26
R. Beta() emission.
(D)
19
K
40
S. Positron emission followed by neutron emission.




















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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
9
Answer Sheet Test-2

Name: _____________________________ Fathers/Parents Name: ____________________________
Tel. No: ______________________________

1.
A B C D

17.
A B C D

33.
A B C D

2.
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18.
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34.
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19.
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21.
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47.
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16.
A B C D

32.
A B C D

48.
A B C D

49.
A B C D





54.


55.

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50.
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S CO 4 8 , I I
n d
Fl o o r , S e c t o r 2 0 C, CHANDI GARH Ph : 2 7 2 5 7 4 8 , 3 0 4 0 6 6 0
S C F 7 2 , S e c t o r 1 0 , P a n c h k u l a , P h : 3 9 1 4 8 4 4
10
Answers: Test -2

Set A Set B Set C Set A
1. D C B 25. A D 50. 2
2. D C D 26. C D 51. 5
3. B C B 27. A B C 52. 4
4. B C C 28. A B D 53. 4
5. B C B 29. A B C
6. A C A 30. B D
7. A B D 31. B C D
8. C B A 32. B C D
9. D C D 33. B
10. B C B 34. B
11. A D A 35. A
12. B C B 36. A
13. C B C 37. C
14. D A D 38. B
15. C B C 39. D
16. C D C 40. B
17. C A B 41. B
18. C D B 42. B
19. C A C 43. D
20. C B C 44. C
21. C C C 45. B
22. B B C 46. C
23. B D C 47. C
24. C B C 48. B


49. B

48. (A: PQR) (B:S) (C:S ) (D:Q,R)
49. (A: P) ( B: Q) (C:PR) (D:QS)
50. (A: R) (B:S) (C:P,Q) (D:R)