Q.1 The concentration of 20%
w
w
H
2
O
2
solution (d = 1.0 gm/ml) is differ from :
(A) 20%
v
w
H
2
O
2
solution (B)
17
100
M H
2
O
2
solution
(C) 70 volume H
2
O
2
solution (D)
17
125
m H
2
O
2
solution
Q.2 How many grams of Na is present in 2 gmolecule of Na
2
SO
4
?
(A) 2 (B) 46 (C) 92 (D) None of these
Q.3 The energy required to excite an electron of Hatom from first orbit to 2
nd
orbit is :
(A) 3/4 of its ionisation energy (B) 1/2 of its ionisation energy
(C) 1/4 of its ionisation energy (D) 1/9 of its ionisation energy
Q.4 Number of possible spectral lines which may be emitted in Pfund series in He
+
, if electrons present in
10
th
excited level returns to ground level, are :
(A) 55 (B) 25 (C) 33 (D) 6
Q.5 10 mL of 0.1 M Na
2
SO
4
is mixed with 10 mL of 0.2 M NaCl solution. If final solution has density 1
gm/mL. Then molarity of Na
+
is :
(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 0.2 (D) 2
Q6 The velocity of electron in two Bohr’s orbits (n
1
and n
2
) of the hydrogen atom are as follows :
1 n n
v
5
v
1
v
1
2 1
= +
where
1
n
v ,
2
n
v and v
1
are velocity of electron in lower, higher and first energy levels. The energy gy
difference between (n
1
and n
2
) them may be :
(A) 12.75 eV (B) 1.89 eV (C) 0.472 eV (D) 12.09 eV
Q.8 If longest wavelength of Balmer series of hydrogen atom is x nm, then :
ColumnI ColumnII
(A) Approximate energy difference of 3rd (P)

.

\

7
20
x nm
and 1st orbit of Hatom
(B) Wavelength of first line of paschen series (Q)

.

\

x
7936
ev
of Hatom
(C) Approximate energy difference of 4th and (R)

.

\

36
5
x nm
2nd orbit of Hatom
(D) Wavelength of last line of lyman series of (S)

.

\

350
x
µm
Hatom
(T)

.

\

x
1674
ev
Q.7 Debroglie wavelengths of two particles A and B (both having same charge as electron) are plotted
against

.

\

V
1
; where V is the accelerated potential of the particles. Which of the following relation is
correct about the mass of the particles?
V
1
A
B
(A) m
A
= m
B
(B) m
A
< m
B
(C) m
A
> m
B
(D) Data insufficient
Q.9 Column I Column II
(Electronic Configuration) (Corresponding elements)
(A) [Xe] 4f
14
5d
10
6s
2
(P) sblock element
(B) [Rn] 5f
14
6d
1
7s
2
(Q) Transition element
(C) [Xe] 4f
14
5d
10
6s
2
6p
6
7s
2
(R) dblock element
(D) [Xe] 4f
14
5d
2
6s
2
(S) Representative element
(T) Innertransition element
SUBJECTIVE
Q.10 A hydrogenlike atom with atomic number Z is in the higher excited state of quantum number n. This
excited state atom can make a transition to the 1st excited state by successively emitting two photons
of energies 10 eV and 17 eV, respectively. Alternatively the atom from the same excited state can
make a transition to 2
nd
excited state by emitting two photons of energies 4.25 eV and 5.95 eV,
respectively. What is the atomic number (z) of hydrogenlike atom.
Q.11 Calculate number of possible spectral lines which may be emitted in Balmer and Brackett series in H
atom, if electrons present in 8
th
excited level returns to ground level.
Q.12 A hydrate of Calcium chloride has a formula CaCl
2
.xH
2
O. A 10.954 g sample is heated to a constant
value of 5.549 g. Weight reduced due to complete evaporation of water. What is the value of X?