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CHEMISTRY PAPER-(1ST YEAR )TEST-9CH#1-5 (21ST JULY 2010)

PINDI BOARD
Time allowed: 2.40 hours
Total Marks: 68
SECTION B
(44 marks)
Note: Attempt any TWENTY TWO questions. The answer to each part of a question should not
exceed 5 to 6 lines.
Q2.25cm3 of sample of hydrogen effuse 4 times as rapidly as 250cm3 of unknown gas. Calculate
molecular mass of unknown gas.
Q3.A radar transmitter broadcasts electromagnetic radiations in microwave region of the spectrum.
A typical radar wave has a frequency of 9.4 x 109 Hz. Calculate
a. Wavelength
b. Wave number
Q4.Silver has atomic number 47 and has 16 known isotopes but two occur naturally i.e. Ag-107
and Ag-109. Given the following mass spectrometric data, calculate the average atomic mass
of silver.
Isotopes

Mass (amu)

Abundance

107

Ag

106.90509

51.84%

109

Ag

108.90476

48.16%

Q5.20 g of Al and 30 g of sulphur react to form Al 2S3 according to the equation


Al
+ S
Al 2S3
Calculate the number of grams of A12S3 which can be prepared by this reaction.
Q6.Silicon carbide (SiC) is an important ceramic material. It is produced by allowing sand (SiO2) to
react with carbon at high temperature.
3C + SiO2

SiC + 2CO
When 100 kg sand is reacted with excess of carbon, 51.4 kg of SiC is produced. What is the
percentage yield of SiC?
Q7.
Two moles of NH 3 are enclosed in a 5 d m 3 flask at 27 C. Calculate the pressure
exerted by the gas assuming that;
a. It behaves like an ideal gas.
b. It behaves like a real gas. (a =1.17 atm d m 6 mol-2, b = 0.0371 dm3 mol-1)
Q8.Choice of the solvent is an important step in crystallization technique; write any four features of
an ideal solvent for crystallization.
Q9.One atom of a particular element x has a mass of 1.993 x 10-23g; what is the atomic mass of this
element?
Q10.
From the following compounds
i. CHCl3
ii. CH3COOCH3
iii. PCl5
iv. H2S
v. CH3OH
a. Why boiling point of v is greater than ii?
b. Which of the above is non-polar?

Q11.
X- Rays are produced when rapidly moving electrons collide with heavy metal anode in
the discharge tube. Define Moseley law? Give its importance.
Q12.
Differentiate between atomic emission spectrum and atomic absorption spectrum.
Q13.
Give electronic configuration of the followings using all rules and principles for
configurations, also state if these are some iso-electronic species;
a. Fe3+
b. Mn++
(Na =11, Mn = 25, Fe = 26)
Q14.
A 1dm3 gas having a mass of 0.907g is enclosed in a container at 30oC and 1000 mmHg
pressure. What is the molar mass of the gas? (2)
Q15.
Explain Avogadros law with the help of kinetic molecular theory. (2)
Q16.
For the distribution of Iodine between two immiscible solvents (H2O and CCl4) Iodine
reacts with iodide ion to form tri-iodide ion in a reversible reaction. Write the reaction for this
process. Name and state the law followed.
Q17.
Give the condition under which a gas can be liquefied. On what principle Lindes
liquafection method is based?
Q18.
Which quantum no. is called orbital orientation quantum no.? Why it was proposed?
Q19.
How colored impurities can be removed from a substance after crystallization process?
Q20.
What basic assumptions are made while doing stoichiometric calculations?
Q21.
Explain the concept of absolute zero using Charless law.
Q22.
Give faulty postulates of kinetic molecular theory, pointed out by van der Waals.
Q23.
What factors affect the London forces?
Q24.
DNA has twisted structure. Explain with respect to hydrogen bonding.
Q25.
What is vacuum distillation process?
Q26.
Give any two uses of liquid crystals.
Q27.
What is anisotropy? Give its example.
Q28.
Discuss structure of metals according to band theory.
Q29.
Give significance of principal quantum number.
Q30.
What is (n+l) rule? How it works when two subshells have same value of it.
Q31.
Derive the relationship which explains the dual nature of matter.
Q32.
Compare the structure of diamond and graphite.
Q33.
Kinetic molecular theory inter-relates temperature with energy, derive the expression for
it.
Q34.
Charless law gives the relationship between volume and temperature; consider the table
of volume of a gas at different temperatures. Calculate the volume of gas at 15oC from give
data.
Volumes (cm3)
Temp: (oC)
566
10
584
1
548
0
546
-1

544

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SECTION C
(Marks: 26)
Note: Attempt any THREE questions.
Q35.
a. A sample of organic compound shows carbon 60%, hydrogen 13.33% and oxygen
26.66%. Determine the empirical formula of the compound. If the molecular mass of this
compound is 60g/mol, find out the molecular formula of this compound. (4)
b. Consider the combustion reaction of the molecule in Q21.a Write down the balanced
chemical equation of the reaction. If 10g of this compound are reacted in excess of oxygen,
what volume of CO2 is produced? Also calculate the number of molecules of CO2 produced. (4)
Q36.
Ideal gases obey the gas laws at all the conditions.
a. Derive the ideal gas equation. How Boyles, Charless and Avogadros law can be
explained under different conditions in ideal gas equation? (5)
b. Derive S.I units of R. (3)
Q37.
a. Derive an expression from ideal gas equation which can be used to determine the molar
mass of the gas when pressure, temperature, volume and mass of gas are given. (4)
b. One dm3 of each H2, He, N2 have equal number of moles at STP. Justify. (4)
Q38.
a. Derive the equation for the radius of nth orbit of hydrogen atom using Bohr's
model. (5)
b. Size of H-atom is greater than He+, although both have same number of electrons in
outer most shell. Justify. (3)
Q39.
Van der Waal attributed the deviation of real gases from non-ideal behavior.
a. What objections were raised against kinetic molecular theory by Van der Waal and how
he justified the objections? (4)
b. Derive Van der Waals equation. Derive units for constant a and b. Also give their
significance. (4)