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SINGLE CORRECT

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 g-molecule 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 H-atom 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 :
Column-I Column-II
(A) Approximate energy difference of 3rd (P)
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.
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\
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7
20
x nm
and 1st orbit of H-atom
(B) Wavelength of first line of paschen series (Q)
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.
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\
|
x
7936
ev
of H-atom
(C) Approximate energy difference of 4th and (R)
|
.
|

\
|
36
5
x nm
2nd orbit of H-atom
(D) Wavelength of last line of lyman series of (S)
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.
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\
|
350
x
µm
H-atom
(T)
|
.
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\
|
x
1674
ev
Q.7 De-broglie 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) s-block 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) d-block element
(D) [Xe] 4f
14
5d
2
6s
2
(S) Representative element
(T) Inner-transition element
SUBJECTIVE
Q.10 A hydrogen-like 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 hydrogen-like 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?