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(Mock Test-1)

Which of the following compounds has the least tendency to form hydrogen bonds between molecules ? (a) NH4OH (b) CH3F (c) NH3 (d) HF
Mock Test–1 (Chemistry)


The ratio of the difference in energy between the first and second Bohr orbit to that between second and third Bohr atom in H-atom is : (a) 4/9 (b) 1/3 (c) 27/5 (d) 1/2 How many molecules are present in one gram of hydrogen ? (a) 3⋅01 × 1023 (c) 2⋅5 × 1023 (b) 1⋅5 × 1023 (d) 6⋅02 × 1023



The shape of covalent molecule AX3 is : (a) T-shape (b) triangular (c) pyramidal (d) Any of the above three depending upon the number of lone pairs on A Which of the following molecular orbital has the lowest energy ? (a) π∗ 2pz (b) π∗ 2py (c) σ 2px (d) σ∗ 2px








C2H4(g), CO2(g) and H2O(l)at 25 C and 1 atm pressure be 52, -394, -286 kJ mol−1 respectively. The enthalpy of combustion of C2H4(g) will be : (c) +141⋅2 kJ mol−1 (d) +1412 kJ mol−1 47. When equal volumes of the following solutions are mixed, precipitation of AgCl (Ksp = 1⋅8 × 10−10) will occur only with : (b) 10−4 M (Ag+) and 10−4 M (Cl−) (d) 10−5 M (Ag+) and 10−6 M (Cl−) (a) 10−10 M (Ag+) and 10−10 M (Cl−) (a) −141⋅2 kJ mol−1 (b) −1412 kJ mol−1

(c) 10−5 M (Ag+) and 10−5 M (Cl−)

40 V (c) –0. the ratio rcation ⁄ ranion is least ? (a) CsF (b) LiF (c) LiI (d) CsI BF3 is a : (a) Bronsted acid (c) Lewis acid 49. (b) Bronsted base (d) Lewis base 51. The heats of combustion of C2H4. Formula of the compound is : (a) A2B3 (b) AB2 (c) AB3 (d) AB pH of 10−9 M HCl is : (a) >7 (b) < 7 (c) 7 (d) 8 The emf of the cell involving the reaction : 2Ag+(aq) + H2(g) → 2Ag(s) 2H+(aq) is 0⋅80V. . What is the order of reaction which has a rate expression Rate = K [A]3 ⁄ 2 [B]−1 ? 1 (a) (b) 3/2 2 (c) Zero (d) None of these For a reversible process at equilibrium. The standard oxidation potential of silver electrode is : (a) 0. −1558⋅3 kJ and −285⋅6 kJ. C2H6 and H2 are−1400⋅5 kJ. 50. 53.80 V (d) 0.80 V 52. 56.20 V (b) 0.Mock Test–1 (Chemistry) 48. 55. The heat of hydrogenation of ethene is : (a) 273⋅6 kJ (b) 1⋅368 kJ (c) –136⋅8 kJ (d) 13⋅68 kJ In which of the following binary compound. the entropy change can be expressed as : ΔH (a) ΔS = (b) ΔS = T ΔH T qrev (c) ΔS = (d) Δ = T⋅qrev T The rate of a reaction : (a) depends upon temperature (b) is not equal to its molecularity (c) is equal to its molecularity (d) can not be predicted A compound formed by element A and B crystallises in cubic structure in which A atoms are at the corners of the cube while B atoms are in the centre of cube. 54.

deduce which of the quoted expressions gives the heat of formation of CH4 at a fixed temperature.u. ΔH = m : (a) c + 2h − m (c) c + h − m (b) −1 ⁄ 2c—h + 1 ⁄ 2m (d) −c − h + m 61. 60. The molecular mass of polymer is : (a) 5⋅6 × 104 (c) 3⋅0 × 10−2 58.Mock Test–1 (Chemistry) 57.4 M (d) 1.1 M (c) 0. Copper can be extracted from : (a) kupfer nickel (b) dolomite (c) malachite (d) galena . The solution containing 4⋅0 g of PVC in one litre of dioxane was found to have osmotic pressure of 6⋅0 × 10−4 atm at 300K. Which of following method is not employed for the purification of colloids? (a) Ultracentrifugation (b) Peptisation (c) Dialysis (d) Electrodialysis If the mass defect of 4X9 is 0⋅09 a.2 M (b) 0.2 M What would happen when a small quantity of H2O2 is added to solution of FeSO4 ? (a) An electron is added to Fe2+ (b) An electron is lost by Fe2+ (c) Colour disappear (d) H2 is evolved 59. ΔH = h CH4(g) + 2O2(g) → CO2(g) + 2H2O(l) .38 MeV (b) 83⋅8 MeV (c) 931⋅5 MeV (d) 9⋅315 MeV From the following enthalpies of combustion. then the binding energy per nucleon is : (a) 8. (b) 1⋅6 × 105 (d) 6⋅4 × 102 Calculate the molality of solution prepared by dissolving 18 g of glucose (molecular mass= 180) in 500g of water : (a) 0. 62. 63. C + O2(g) → CO2(g) .m. ΔH = c H2(g) + 1 ⁄ 2 O2(g) → H2O(l) .

4%) (d) none of the above 68. (b) −4oC (d) 0oC 65. The phenomenon of syneresis is : (a) migration of colloid in an electric field (b) process of converting gel into a true solution (c) separation of the dispersed phase from the gel (d) formation of a sol from a gel Which of following members of nitrogen family does not show negative oxidation state ? (a) Bi (b) Sb (c) As (d) P The freezing poing of heavy water is : (a) −3⋅82oC (c) 3⋅82oC 67.Mock Test–1 (Chemistry) 64.1%) + CH4(2.6%) + CO2 (14%) + N2 (1. Plaster of Paris is : (a) CaSO4⋅H2O (b) 2CaSO4⋅2H2O (c) CaSO4⋅2H2O (d) CaSO4⋅1 ⁄ 2H2O Composition of Kopper’s gas is : (a) CO (14−16%) + H2 (35−42%) + CO2 (30%) + CH4 (10−15%) (b) CO (51⋅1%) + CO2 (12⋅6%) + H2 (34%) + N2 (1⋅9%) + O2 (0⋅1%) + CH4 (c) CO (46%) + H2(36. . 69. 66. Which one of the following combines with Fe(II) ions to form brown complex ? (a) N2O3 (b) N2O5 (c) N2O (d) NO H2S2O8 is : (a) Marshall’s acid (b) a peroxy compound (c) an intermediate in the manufacture of H2SO4 (d) (a) and (b) both Liquid oxygen is : (a) pale yellow (b) dark blue (c) pale blue (d) colourless 70. 71.

77. . 74.Mock Test–1 (Chemistry) 72. 80. 75.) Potassium is kept in : (a) ammonia (b) alcohol (c) kerosene (d) water The correct formula of Borax is : (a) Na2B4O7⋅8H2O (b) Na2 [B4O5 (OH)4 ]⋅10H2O (c) Na2B4O7⋅4H2O (d) Na2 [B4O5 (OH)4 ]⋅8H2O Which of the following metal is obtained by the electro-metalluragy ? (a) Ag (b) Na (c) Fe (d) Pb Which of the following has highest ionisation energy ? (a) Cu (b) Au (c) Ag (d) All have equal ionisation energies Chemical reduction is not suitable for : (a) conversion of bauxite into aluminium (b) conversion of cuprite into copper (c) conversion of haematite into iron (d) conversion of zinc oxide to zinc Toluene on oxidation with chromyl chloride produces : (a) benzaldehyde (b) benzoic acid (c) chlorobenzene (d) none of these Which of the following is an important constituent of transistors ? (a) Osmium (b) Radium (c) Germanium (d) Silver 73. Decomposition of H2O2 is a first order reaction. A 16 volume solution of H2O2 having half life 15 minutes is present initially. 76. 79. When will the solution become ‘‘1 volume’’ : (a) after 120 minutes (b) after 150 minutes (c) after 60 minutes (d) after 90 minutes Lucas reagent is : (a) Na + H2O (b) H2SO4 + HCl (c) MnO2 + H2O (d) ZnCl2 + HCl (conc. 78.