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1.

Which property of incident light is directly measured by spectrophotometry


a)
b)
c)
d)

2.

In IR spectroscopy intermolecular hydrogen bonding causes


a)
b)
c)
d)

3.

Sharping of the peak


Broadening of the peak
Shifting of the peak
Doesnt causes any problem

The phenomenon in which substaqnces are excited electronically by the absorption of


uv or visible radiation , emit light at a longer wavelength is called as
a)
b)
c)
d)

4.

Absorance
Transmitance
Reflection
Refraction

Emission
Luminescence
Photoemission
All of the above

In flame photometry, the most widely used standard isa)


b)
c)
d)

Sodium
Magnesium
Lithium
Calcium

5. Absorbance is
a)
b)
c)
d)

Reciprocal of logarithm of absorbance


Directly proportional to logarithm of absorbance
Reciprocal of logarithm of transmittance
Directly proportional to logarithm of transmittance

6. Infrared spectrum of the compound is same when they area) Meso compound
b) Enantiomers
c) Diestereomers
d) Stereoisomers

7. According to Pauli exclusion principle, spins of two electrons in the same


orbital area) Parallel to one another
b) Opposite to one another
c) Perpendicular to one another
d) Supporting to one another
8. Three prominent emission line emmited by by sodium metal are of wavelengtha) 590 nm,
b) 590 nm,
c) 590 nm,
d) 671 nm,

470 nm,
425 nm,
330 nm,
766 nm,

240 nm
240 nm
285 nm
589 nm

9. % Transmittance is calculated by
a) % T = IT / IO X 100
b) % T = IA / IO X100
c)

% T = IO/ IT X 100

c) % T = IO/ IA X 100
10. In IR spectrospecy, the absorbed energy brings about predominant charges in
the vibrational energy which depends on
a) Only masses of the atom present in the molecule
b) Only strength of the bonds
c) The arrangement of atoms within the molecule
d) All of the above
11. The type of fluroscence, in which the absorbed radiation is re-emitted without a change
in the frequency is known as,
a)
b)
c)
d)

Molecular fluroscence
Simple fluroscence
Complex fluroscence
Resonance fluroscence

12. The analyte is used in the form of a solution in flame photometry because it should
undergo-

a)
b)
c)
d)

Evaporation
Condensation
Neutralization
Precipitation

13. The gravity produced by photographic means using laser is


a) Photographic gravity
b) Laser gravity
c) Holographic gravity
d) None of the above
14. Wagging is the type of
a) Assymetric vibration
b) Symmetric bending vibration
c) Bending vibration
d) Independent vibration
15. Basis of the flame photometry is
a) Absorbance
b) Transmittance
c) Emmision
d) Refraction
16. The wavelength where the angle of defraction is equal to the angle of specular
reflection from the face of gravity groove is called asa) Defraction wavelength
b) Specular wavelength
c) Blazed wavelength
d) Reflection wavelength
17. The ordinary IR region is
a) 0.8
b) 2.5
c) 15
d) 200

to
to
to
to

2.5
15
200
400

18. Most important feature which affect flame photometrya) Pressure


b) Concentration
c) Tempreture

d) Wavelength

19. Auxochromic substitution of chromophone increases the intensity of


a)
b)
c)
d)

n - * transition
- * transition
n - * transition
- * transition

20. In IR spectroscopy fractional frequencies are generally influenced by


a) Fernil resonance
b) Electronic effect
c) Hydrogen bonding
d) All of the above
21. In flame photometry, atomizer is used toa)
b)
c)
d)

Introduce liquid sample into flame at stable and reproducible rate.


Convert molecule into atoms
Convert liquid to solid residue
Exite the atoms from ground state to exited state.

22. Intensity of transmitted energy decreases exponentially as the depth of


the path length of the beama. Decreases
b. Increases
c. No change
23. Absorptivity is termed molar absorptivity when the
concentration units are
a.
b.
c.
d.

Gram / mole
Moles / milliliters
Moles / liter
Liter / mole centimeter

24. Resolution of a monochromator is the ability to distinguish


a.
b.
c.
d.

As seprate entities adjescent spectral features.


Sepration of different colours
Dispersing characterstics
Sepration of uv lights and visible lights.

25. The region around 2300 nm shows peak for


a)
C N
b)
Atmospheric CO2
c)
May be both
d)
Something else
25.

Unsaturated organic functional group that absorbed in uv-visible region is

known as a)
b)
c)
d)

Auxochrome
Chromophores
Bathochrome
Hypsochrome

26. Match the following pair of range A to D


1.
2.
3.
4.

Eosin
2- Napthaquinone
Hydroxyl annanic acid
Acidine

a)
b)
c)
d)

7.2 -9.0
3.0 4.0
5.2 6.6
4.4 6.3

27. The carbonyl group shows the absorption in the region


a) 1550 - 1450 cm -1
b) 1600 - 1800 cm -1
c) 3500- 3600 cm -1
d) 2900- 3000 cm -1
28. Extinction E =
a)
b)
c)
d)

log Io / Ic
log T
It / Ic
log Io 10 -et

29. In the IR spectroscopy primary, secondary, tertiary amines may be


distinguishes bya)
Measuring the peak at 3200- 3400 cm-1 wavelength
b)
pattern of peak at 3200- 3400 cm-1
c)
By measuring the peak intensity at 3200 3400 cm-1
d)
None of the above
30. If high atomic number atom is introduced into a electron system, it enhances,
a)
Phosphorescence
b)
Resonance fluorescence
c)
Molecular fluorescence
d)
Fluorescence
31.The sample system is maintained at liquid nitrogen temp in aa)
UV visible analysis
b)
Flurometric analysis
c)
Phosphorimetric analysis
d)
All of the above.
32.

In uv visible region which electron does not show any absorption

a)
c)

b)
d)

n
n &

32. The sample system is maintained at liquid nitrogen temperature in..


a) UV visible analysis
b) Phosphometric analysis
c) Flurimetric analysis
d) All of the above
33. In UV visible region which elctron does not show any absorption..
a) sigma
b) n
c)
d) & n
34. In IR, compound give peak at 3200. 3400cm, 3000. 3100, 2950-1710cm, 1620-1500, the
compound may be
a) Benzoic acid
b) p methyl Benz amide
c) Salicylic acid
d) p methyl benzoic acid.
35. Auxochromes
a) Increases intensity of light
c) Destabilizes the chromospheres

b) modify & shift absorption band


d) does not show any effect.

36. For the determination of structure IR Spectroscopy is given_______preferance.


a) 10%
b) 50%
c) 20%
d) 40%
37. Absorption is calculated by..
a) Einsteins law
c) Ostwalds law

b) Beers law
d) Nernsts equation

38. For the preparation of pellet in IR generally the material used is


a) Calcium chloride
b) Calcium carbonate
c) Potassium bromide
d) Potassium carbonate.
39. Source of light for UV- spectroscopy is..
a) Tungsten b) Deuterium c) Tritium
40. UV absorption range is..
a) 300- 600 nm
c) 200- 600 nm

d) Sodium

b) 200- 400 nm
d) 400- 600 nm

41. In IR spectroscopy ortho, para & meta substitution can be distinguished..


a) Statement is true
b) Statement is false
c) Statement is partially true d) Statement is partially false
42. the region of electromagnetic spectrum between 10nm- 200nm is known as..
a) Vaccum ultraviolet region b) Microwave region
c) Far UV region
c) low UV region

43. The halogens can be identified effectively by..


a) UV spectroscopy
b) IR spectroscopy
c) Mass spectroscopy
d) NMR spectroscopy
44. Electron releasing group generally..
a) Increase frequency of absorption
b) Decrease frequency of absorption
c) Depends upon nature of compound
d) Do not affect the frequency of absorption
45. Beers law states that absorbance of a particular chemical species is directly proportional to..
a) Intensity of transmitted energy
b) Concentration of that particular species.
c) Depth of the path length
d) Thickness of the medium.
46. In IR, hydroxyl group stretching gives absorption band in the region..
a) 1000- 2000 cm-1
b) 2000- 3000 cm-1
3000- 4000 cm-1
d) 4000-5000 cm-1
47. In spectroscopy R band spectra arises from..
a) - *
b) n-
c) n- *

c)

d) -

48. Which of the following is vacuum UV- region


a) 380- 780nm
b) 200- 380 nm
c) 120- 180 nm
d) 2.5- 25
49. Bathochromic shift depends upon.
a) - *
b) 6- 6*

c) n- *

d) n-6*

50. Nernsts Glower is a source of IR, light which may contain oxides of mixtures of..
a) Radium, yttrium & Erbium
b) Zirconium, yttrium & thorium
c) Erbium, zirconium & radium
d) Radium, Zirconium & thorium
51. Vacuum ultraviolet region is..
a) Below 150 m
c) Below 200 m

b) Above 200m
d) All of the above

52. Blue shift is


a) Absorption max. shifted towards longer wavelength.
b) Absorption max. shifted towards shorter wavelength
c) Intensity of absorption max. increases.
d) Intensity of absorption max. decreases
53. The decrease in the intensity of fluorescence with further increase in concentration of
fluorogenic material is called..

a) True quenching
c) Self quenching

b) Intermolecular quenching
d) Intramolecular quenching

54.Deuterium discharge lamp is used as a source of radiation in the range from.


a) 100- 400 nm
b) 250 550 nm
c) 200- 380 nm
d) 350- 750 nm
55. In IR, the functional group region is important for..
a) Comparison of compounds containing some functional group.
b) Detection of functional group.
c) Confirmation of molecular structure.
d) Above all a), b) & c)
56. In atomic emission spectroscopy, the source of radiation is..
a) Xenon discharge lamp.
b) Flame
c) Hallow cathode lamp.
d) Mercury vapour lamp
57. The functional group capable of fluorescence is .
a) OH
b) NH-C-CH3
c) COOH

d) NO

58. The radiation having only one particular wavelength is


a) Electromagnetic radiation
b UV radiation
c) IR radiation
d) Monochromatic radiation
59. In IR, aromatic stretching gives the appearance of bands in the region..
a) 3000 cm-1 3100 cm-1
b) 2900 cm-1 3000 cm-1
c) 3100 cm-1 3200 cm-1
d) 1430 cm-1 1550 cm-1
60. Ionization can be minimized by adding second ionizable element into the sample & standard
which is called as..
a) Anti ionizing element
b) Spectrophotometric buffer
b) Radiation buffer
d) Co-element
61. The molecules in their ground state have two unpaired electrons is known as
a) Singlet state
b) Doublet state
c) Triplet state
d) Quintet state
62. Principle band spectrum for phenol is at 250 nm. What will the max of O-nitro phenol
a) 274 nm
b) 279 nm
c) 283 nm
d) 290 nm
63. Color compounds absorb at the wavelength
a) 200 nm
b) 300 nm
c) 250 nm

d) Above 400 nm

64. If a compounds absorbs around 225 nm, which will be the solvent of choice

a) Acetone
c) Liquid paraffin

b) Ethyl acetate
c) Methanol

65. Match the terms mentioned from A to D with the corresponding spectroscopic method
i) IR
A. Antibonding orbital
ii) UV
B. Emission
iii) Fluorometry
C. Metastable ion
iv) Mass spectra
D. Stretching & twisting
66.In Paracetmol, peak because of Phenolic group is around
a) 2250 cm-1 b) 2550 cm-1 c) 2950 cm-1 d) 3350 cm-1
67. Riboflavin is officially assayed by
a) UV- spectroscopy
b) Colorimetry
b) Flurimetry
d) Conductometry
68. A prominent peak around 1750 in IR indicate the presence of..
a) Aromatic nucleus
b) Carbonyl group
c) NH2- group
d) Aliphatic group
69. Match the following from A to D ( Emission Period)
i) Fluorescence
A. 1 to 10 days
ii) Phosphorescence
B. 10-4 to month
C. 10-8to 10-4sec.
D. 10-4to 10 sec
70. Match the following from A to D
I( Fuel & oxidant )
i. Gas / Air
ii Gas / O2
iii H2 / Air
iv C2H2 / O2

II ( temperature 0c)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

3050
2700
1700
2000
3800

3150
2800
1900
2100
3900

71. Select the appropriate colour for the given wavelength


i. 490 - 550 nm
A. Green
ii 550 - 560 nm
B. Yellow
iii 575 - 590 nm
C. Blue
iv 675 - 750 nm
D. Orange
E. Red

72. Match the following:


I (Metals)
i. Sodium
ii. Potassium
iii. Calcium
73. Match the following:
i. Hyperchromic shift
ii. Bathochromic shift
iii. Hypochromic shift
iv Hypsochromic shift

II (Color of emitted radiation)


A. Yellow
B. Blue
C. Red
D. Green
A.To lower wavelength
B. Decrease absorptivity
C. To a higher wavelength
D. Increase absortivity

74. Match the following:


Group I (Atoms)
i. Lithium
ii Sodium
iii Potassium
iv. Calcium

Group II (Wavelength of emitted radiations)


A. 671nm
B. 590nm
C. 760nm
D. 422nm
E. 280nm
75. which of the following shows absorption to larger wavelength
a) Aldehyde and ketone
b) Heterocyclic compounds
c) Aromatic compounds
d) Dienes and Polyenes
76. In absorption spectroscopy blue shift means:
a) Hyperchromic effect
b) Hypsochromic effect
c) Hypochromic effect
d) Bathochromic effect
77. Transition of electrons in their excited state gives the absorption bands as :
a) KLMN
b) BEMN
c) KLBR
d) KRBE
78. Green color in absorption spectrum transmitted wavelength at
a) 560-575nm
b) 575-590nm
c) 450-480nm
d) 500-560nm
79. Far UV region exist at
a) 200-400nm
b) 400-750nm

c) 4-180nm
d) 100-200nm

80. Monochromator is an important part in


a) PH meter
b) IR double beam spectrophotometer
c) HPLC
d) polarograph

81. Stretching and bending is associated with:


a) NMR
b) IR
c) UV
d) a and b both
82. IR is convenient method for understanding of :
a) Drug receptor interaction
b) Functional group identification
c) Physiochemical properties
d) None of above
83. Silicon carbide rod heated to high temp is used as:
a) Detector in IR b) Source in IR c) Source in fluorimetry d) None of above
84. Bolometer consists of
a) 2 semiconducting metal molded together
b) A thin blackened platinum strip in evacuated vessel
c) Tungusten wire
d) None of the above
85. Characteristic bands observed in IR spectrum of alcohol results from
a) -OH & - CO STRECHING b) -OH STRECHING
c) -CO STRECHING
d) -CH STRECHING
86.

IR Spectra appear as dip in the curve rather than maxima as in UV-Visible spectra
because it is plot of
a) % Absorbance against wave no.
b) % Transmittance against concentration
c) % Absorbance against concentration
d) % Transmition against wave no.

87.

OH bonding vibration for tert. Alcohol shows absorption in the region


a) 1030 cm-1
b) 1100 cm-1
c) 1200 cm-1
d) 1150 cm-1

88.

A mixture of HCl and CH3COOH is successfully titrated by


a) Potentiometry b) Conductometry c) Amperometry d) Color reaction.

89. The conductivity of solution of an electrolyte is


a) Temperature dependent
b) Temperature independent
c) Pressure dependent
d) Heat dependent
90. In diazotization process electrodes are made up of
a) Glass b) Nickel-Chromium alloy
c) Platinum
91. Conductivity cell is made up of
a) Copper rod
Glass membrane with Ag/AgCl

d) Hydroquinon

b) 2-parallel sheets of platinum


d) Glass-Calomel electrode

c)

92. A linear molecule has possible fundamental vibrational modes


a) 3n-6
b)3n-5
c) 3n-2
d) None of above
93. A non-linear molecule has possible fundamental vibrational modes
a) 3n-6
b)3n-5
c) 3n-2
d) None of above
94. Non-fundamental bonds arise from harmonic overtones and the resulting wave number is
equal to
a. Sum of two or more different wave number
b. Difference between two or more different wave number
c. Fractional multiples of fundamental wave numbers
d. All of the above
95. Sputtering processing occurs in
a) Flame photometry
b) Spectroflurometry
c) Atomic absorption spectroscopy
d) Colorimetry
96. Source of radiation used in AAS is
a) Flame
b) Tungsten filament
c) Toronto lamp
Hallow cathode discharge lamp
97. Detector used in AAS is
a) Faraday cup detector
Photo multiplier tube

b) Golay detector

c) pH meter

d)

d)

98. Which statement is correct for AAS


a. It is independent of flame temperature
b. It is depends upon flame temperature
c. It is done with spectrophotometer
d. No direct relationship between absorbance & concentration.
99. Resonance fluorescence is emitted when
a. Compound undergo resonance
b. When the wavelength of emitted radiation is less than wavelength of absorbed
radiation
c. When the wavelength of emitted radiation is greater than wavelength of absorbed
radiation
d. When the wavelength of emitted radiation is same to the wavelength of absorbed
radiation
100.

The word Strokes shift in Fluorimetry is attributed to


a. Shift of emission spectrum towards longer wavelength
b. Shift to emission spectrum at short wavelength
c. All above
d. None above