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The best disinfectant is _______________


a) Bromine
b) Chlorine
c) Iodine
d) Oxygen
2. PVC which is a plastic is the short name for ____________
a. Poly Vinyl chloride
b. Poly Vex Chlorine
c. Poly Vinyl Chlorine
d. Poli Vinol Chloride
3. Oxygen was discovered by ___________
a) J. black
b) Robert Boyle
c) J Prieslly
d) Scheele
4. Biochemistry is backbone of _____________
a) Bio and Chemistry
b) Life
c) Industry
d) Medicine
5. The periodic arrangement was the result of __________ work.
a) Mendeleef
b) J. J. Berzellius
c) J Dalton
d) M Faraday
6. 18 grams of H2O contains _________________ molecules.
a.
6.02 x 1023
b.
6.02 x 10 22
c.
6.02 x 10 24
d. 6.02 x 10 21
7. ______________ is the short hand method to describing a chemical reaction.
a) Reaction
b) Chemical Equation
c) Equivalent equation
d) Addition reaction
8. A reaction in which substance burns I oxygen to produce heat and flame is called
__________
a) Addition reaction
b) Combustion reaction
c) Decompositiong reaction
d) Single replacement reaction
9. The reaction Zn + 2HCl ZnCl2 + H2 (g) is the ___________ replacement reaction
a) Single
b) Double
c) None
d) Both
10. A change which alters the composition of a substance is called ___________
a) Physical reaction
b) Nuclear reaction
c) Chemical reaction
d) Anatomical reaction
11. When metals react with acids or water then produce ______________ gas.
a) Cl
b) He
c) H2
d) C
12. Number of protons + number if neutrons is the __________ of element.

a) Atomic mass
b) Atomic number
c) Electrons
d) Nucleus
13. ____________ are the atoms of same elements, having same number of protons but
diferent number of neutrons.
a)
a. Neutrons
b. Isotypes
c. Prototype
d. Isotopes
14. A-Z indicates the number of ___________ in the nucleus of an atom.
a) Protons
b) Electrons
c) Neutrons
d) Radiation
15. Z=number of protons in the nucleus of an atom = number of _____________ in a
neutral atom.
a) Protons
b) Electrons
c) Neutrons
d) Radiation

1. Define physical and organic chemistry.

2. Diferentiate between hypothesis and theory.


3. What is Avogadros number?
4. Define atomic mass.
5. What do you know about decomposition reaction?
6. Write statement of law of conservation of mass.
7. What are isotopes?
8. What are rays? Explain w.r.t charge and mass.
9. Write a short note on properties of electron.
10.What are defects of Rutherford atomic model?
11.Calculate masses of:
CaCo3
C6 H 6
C2H6O
12.The formula for rust is Fe2O3 . How many moles are present in 90g of rust?
13.Consider the combination of (CO) with (O 2) gas.
2CO + O2 2CO2
Calculate the number of moles of (CO2) produced when 50 moles of
oxygen are reacted with all of (CO)?
14.Silicon tetrachloride (SiCl4) can be prepared by heating (Si) I Chlorine gas
(Cl2).
Si + 2Cl2 SiCl4
If we want to prepare 10 moles of (SiCl 4) how many moles of molecular
chlorine (Cl2) will be used in the reaction.

Question 1
a) Write in detail Rutherford Experiment.
b) Calculate molar mass of these:
a. CHCl3
b) CH3COOH

c) S8

Question 2
a. Elaborate Landolt experiment?
b. A given isotope of N contains 7 electrons, 7 protons, and 8 neutrons.
What is its mass number?
What is its atomic number?
Question 3
a. Define: Single displacement reaction, Addition reaction.
b. Balance these chemical equations:
C2H2 + H2 C4H8
KNO3 KNO2 + O2
CaCo3 + HC1 CaCL2 + H2O + CO2
NO2 NO + O2
Na + O2 Na2O
Question 4
a.

How many neutrons are formula in following elements?

(a)

60

Co27

(b)

131

53

b. Calculate formula mass of following substances:


(b) MgCl 2
(a) Al2O3

(c)

207

Pb

82

(c) KNO 3

Question 5
Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) on heating gives calcium oxide (CaO) and CO 2
gas.
CaCO3 CaO + CO2
Calculate how many grams of CaO can be obtained by heating 8 moles of
CaCO3.