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TEST IV Ntjpapay; 1. A. metals are good conductors of heat and electricity. R. Metals are malleable and ductile. a.

Both A and R are true and R is correct explanation of A b. Both A and R are true but R is not correct explanation of A c. A is true but R is false d. A is false but R is true A. Isotopes have same atomic number but different atomic masses. R. Isotopes differ in number of protons inside their nucleus. a. Both A and R are true and R is correct explanation of A b. Both A and R are true but R is not correct explanation of A c. A is true but R is false d. A is false but R is true Match List I with List II List I List II A. Carbohydrate 1. Pepsin B. Enzyme 2. Starch C. Hormone 3. Keratin D. Protein 4. Progesterone The correct answer code is: A B C D a 1 2 3 4 b 2 1 4 3 c 2 1 3 4 d 1 2 4 3




“Aqua regia” is a mixture of a. HCl and H2SO4 c. HCl and HBr

b. HCl and HNO3 d. HCl and HF


In order to lower the temperature below 0º C, the substance mixed with ice is a. sodium chloride b. sodium carbonate c. magnesium sulphate d. lime The substance that contains the maximum amount of nitrogen is a. urea b. ammonium sulphate c. ammonium nitrate d. ammonium chloride Bakelite is obtained from a. phenol and formaldehyde c. ethylene and acetaldehyde The main use of ‘magnesia’ is as/an a. mild laxative b. antiseptic Boric acid is a/an a. mild antiseptic



b. phenol and formic acid d. adipic acid and caprolactam


c. antibiotic

d. pain killer


b. germicide

c. strong antiseptic

d. antibiotic

citrus plants c. carbohydrates b. a sulpha drug d. Artificially. grass b. prevent freezing b. increase boiling point c. nitrogen b. aqueous ammonia d. The commonly – used medicine for typhoid is a. carbon dioxide 13. chloromycetin 12. CO2 and CH3OH c. The acid used in batteries is a. phenol b. leguminous plants d. decreasing the body temperature c. nitric acid . benzoic acid b. increase flash point d. Absolute alcohol is a. Chemical composition of Aspirin is a. Enzymes are made up of a. In hospitals. 95% alcohol and 5% water d. CO2 and H2O d. amino acids c. 12 c. causes stomach ulcers 21. fatty acids 17. sugar cane 22. Paracetamol a. Tetraethyl lead (TEL) is added to petrol to a. CO and alcohol a. 400 d. 100% of pure c. argon d. chlorquin b. increasing the body temperature d. Sabatier and Sendren’s process b. helium c. acetyl salicylic acid 19. 10000 15. sulphuric acid d. CO2 and C2H5OH 23. purified spirit 14. kills infection b. common salt c. 12 d. 2 b. relives body pain c. 4 b. ascorbic acid c. neem tree 16. A solution with pH = 2 is more acidic than a solution of pH = 6 by a factor of a. the oxygen tubes for respiration contain oxygen and a. is used in viral attacks 11. Haber’s process 18. increase anti – knocking rating 20. An antipyretic is a drug that a.10. 7 c. hydrochloric acid c. hydrochloric acid b. The pH of an aqueous solution of acetic acid is 2. 200% pure b. Fermentation of glucose finally gives b. 9 24. salicylic acid c. The bacteria responsible for ‘nitrogen fixation’ is found in the roots of a. is an antibiotic d. Fischer – Tropsch process d. acetic acid b. It would increase on the addition of a. gasoline is prepared by an industrial process known as a. Friedel – Craft reaction c. nucleosides d. is a sulpha drug d. The pH of an aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid will be around a.

20% carbon b. solids b. Aluminium chloride 34. isobars 26. Methane 1. An atom of iron is _________ times as heavy as an atom of hydrogen a. 1 pi. isotones b. Solids and liquids c. 0. gases and liquids d. 1 sigma bonds d. C2H4 D. Calcium chloride b. Ethane 3. C2H2 B. have the same volumes c. 4 sigma bonds 29. 5 to 10% carbon d. Steel and nickel D. Acetylene 4. 31P15 and 32S16 are called a. Gases 33. 3pi. Two solutions are said to be isotonic when they a. Mercurous chloride d. 23 b. Solder 3. Bronze 2. isotopes d. have the same osmotic pressure b. nucleons 27. antihypertensive c. Copper and zinc C. Antimirobial 32. Copper and tin B. Steel contains a. 55 d. no carbon 31. C2H6 C.25. contain the same solute dissolved in them d. Avagadro’s law is applicable to a. 2 sigma bonds b. 2pi. have the same vapour pressure c. Invar 4. The chemical name of Calomel is a. 4 3 2 1 b.1 to 2% carbon c. Copper and nickel . 1 2 3 4 c. 2 3 4 1 d. Match list I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. anti-inflammatory b. Match list I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. Dilantin sodium is an a. CH4 Codes: A B C D a. Ethylene 2. 3 sigma bonds c. Brass 1. Tin and lead 5. Mercuric chloride c. anticonvulsant d. 238 30. The elements 30Si14. 3 4 1 2 28. 8 c. 4pi. The bonds present in acetylene are a.

A gas deviate from ideal behaviour at a. Co-ordinate bond d. 2 1 4 3 c. A 2 1 2 2 B 1 2 1 1 C 5 4 4 4 D 3 3 5 3 35. false c. Low pressure and high temperature c. Low temperature and high pressure d. Na+ b. In the reaction. 1 2 3 4 b. A reaction which produces heat is called exothermic reaction a. NaH CO3 Codes: A B C D a. false. The bond formed by the donation of a pair of electron between the combining atoms is called ___________ a. Na2CO3 B.Codes: a. Dry ice 3. Solid CO2 C. H2 43. H2O2 2FeCl3 + H 2 S → 3FeCl2 + 2 HCl + S FeCl3 acts as an oxidizing agent FeCl3 and H2S both get oxidized FeCl3 gets reduced H2S gets oxidized . Low temperature and low pressure 44. CaCO3 D. 7 protons 37. HCO341. i. silver bromide c. S b. 4 1 2 3 d. d. Mg2+ c. a. CO32. Maximum 14 electrons are accommodated in sub shell a. The isotope 7N14 contains a. false. True. b. 7 neutrons d. Wahing soda 2. Baking soda 1. High temperature and low pressure b. P c. Covalent Bond c. 4 1 3 2 40. true 36. D d. 7 electrons b. d. c. The ion that does not cause hardness of water is a. false d. A physical change alters the composition of the substance ii. true b. H2S b. b. Ionic bond b. silver chloride b. c. silver nitrate 38. Carbon c. The substance used in making hairdye is a. Which among the following is an oxidizing agent? a. silver iodide d. True. F 39. Match list I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. d. all of these c.d. Hydrogen bond 42. Marble 4.

increases b. I. Aldol is a. 1% Nacl solution b. no Change d. de Broglie d. 3 and 4 c.J. All are correct 56. Acetylene c. Formic acid b. Propionic acid 49. Heisenberg c. Bohr b. III. Amalgams are alloys which resist corrosion Of the statements: A. The toxic element of Boran family is a. Ethane 55. The Ionization energy of Sodium in KJ per mole is a. U c. Amino acid d. J. 596 c. Thallium c. Dual character of an electron was explained by a. 2 and 3 45. aniline b. Pm 51. 4632 46. II. Thomson B. Boran b. 5929 b. Model of hydrogen atom 4. 1. I and II are correct C. None of the above . Sommerfeld d. 1 and 2 b. Th d. Gallium 52. 3 – hydroxyl butanal d. 496 b. Benzoic acid d. Rutherford D. 2 hydroxy butanol c. Aromatic acid 50. Match list I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. The acid cannot be prepared from Grignard reagent is a. 1% Urea solution c.Which among the above statements are correct? a. 1% Sucrose solution 54. Empirical atomic model 2. The long mission space probe use _____ as power source a. Pu b. Amalgams are highly coloured alloys IV. None of these 53. 1% glucose solution d. Which solution would posses the lowest boiling point a. II and III are correct D. Amalgams are alloys containing Hg. 2 – hydroxy butanal 47. Consider the following statements: I. Elliptical orbits of electrons in an atom 3. Indium d. decreases c. aliphatic acid c. Nuclear model of an atom 1. Pauli 48. 3 and 4 d. Amalgams are always in liquid state. Ultimate product of hydrolysis of protein is a. 3 – hydroxy butanol d. Ethelene b. with increase in atomic number the tendency to act as reducing agent a. Among the lanthanides. I alone is correct B. 1. Acetic acid c. Bohr C. Electrolysis of potassium Succinate gives a.

Which one of the following is incorrectly matched? a. 1 2 3 4 61.FeSO4 (NH4)2SO46H2O b. Mohr’s salt . 4 b. Zinc blende 2.Codes: A a. Planar C. FeSO4. Bardoed’s reagent 2. Complex salt 58. 1 60. 3 1 4 2 62. 1 3 2 4 d. 1 b. Linear B. V-shaped D. Basic salt . HgS C.K4Fe(CN)6 b. 3 2 1 4 b. Carbon-di-oxide 4.7H2O . Bauxite 4. 3 B 3 2 1 1 C 2 3 4 4 D 4 4 3 2 57. Alcoholic α -naphthol and concentration.NaHCO3 c. 1 c. 5 d. Match the following correctly and select the answer using the codes given below: Molecule Shape A. Ammonical silver nitrate solution D. Match list I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below the lists: List I List II A. 2 1 4 3 b. Tollen’s reagent 1. ZnS Codes: A B C D a. 2 d. 2 4 1 3 c. ZnSO4. 3 1 4 2 c. None of these 59. The number of ions produced from one molecule of K4[Fe(CN)6] in aqueous solution is a. 3 c. Born trifluoride 3.7H2O d. Pyramid shape codes: A B C D a. Match the items of list I with list II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List I List II A. Ammonia 1. Benedict’s solution 4. H2SO4 . Mixture of CuSO4 sodium citrate and Na2CO3 C. PbS B. Basic salt . Galena 3. Al2O3. Cupric acetate in acetic acid B. Epsom salt is a. Water 2. Cinnabar 1. 4 3 2 1 d. Molisch reagent 3.7H2O c.Cu(OH)NO3 d. MgSo4. 2H2O D.

Tartaric Acid 71. is less dense . its reduction to metallic silver d. Kalpakkam 70. 3 b. The fertilizer essential for the growth of tobacco is a. 2 c. Tannic Acid c. Match the items of list with list II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List I List II A. Kolkata d. Lactic Acid D. Fehling’s solution 2. Sodium nitro prusside solution 3. superphosphate of lime b. 5 d. Silver nitrate produces a black stain on skin due to a. 2 d. Identification of sulphur in organic compounds B. National chemical laboratory is at a. potassium nitrate d. being strong reducing agent b. none of these 68. Radiocarbon dating is used to estimate the ages of a. rocks 67. 2 4 1 3 c. Delhi b. 3 1 4 2 b. ancient buildings B. 4 B 1 1 3 3 C 4 4 4 1 D 2 3 1 2 63. Ammonium molybdate reagent 4. The number of orbitals in f sub – shell energy level is a.Codes: A a. 14 66. ammonium sulphate 69. Neutral ferric chloride solution 1. 2 3 4 1 d. To identify phenolic group C. Helium is preferred to hydrogen in airships as it A. urea c. 2 c. 1 0 0 +½ c. Pune d. The fourth electron in atom will have the four quantum numbers as n l m s a. Acid present in Tea A. its corrosive action c. 3 b. has greater lifting power B. To identify reducing sugars Codes: A B C D a. 2 0 0 -½ b. fossils c. Citric Acid C. babies b. 2 1 0 +½ d. 1 1 1 +½ 65. 3 2 4 1 64. To identify phosphate D.

Silver nitrate produces a black stain on skin due to A. is cheaper D. P C. Mohr’s salt . uranium C.weak base C. CaCl2 74. weak acid . none of these 78. Match the items of list with list II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List I List II a. its reduction to metallic silver D. 3 1 4 2 B.Cu(OH)NO3 D. To identify phenolic group c. The heat of neutralization is constant for A. strong acid . Solid in Gas B. being strong reducing agent B. 3 2 4 1 79. lead D. oxalic acid C. To identify reducing sugars Codes: a b c d A. Complex salt . AlCl3 C. Gas in Gas D. phthalic acid D. S B.weak base 73.FeSO4 (NH4)2SO46H2O B. Fehling’s solution 2.strong base D. Which of the following colloidal system does not exist? A.NaHCO3 C. Basic salt . MgCl2 D. Identification of sulphur in organic compounds b. picric acid 76. Pickout the molecule containing coordinate bond B. 2 3 4 1 D. strong acid .strong base B. Basic salt . NH4Cl A. carbon B. weak acid . hydrogen 75. its corrosive action C. ethanoic acid B. Neutral ferric chloride solution 1.K4Fe(CN)6 80. does not form explosive mixture with air 72. O . Liquid in Gas C. Sodium nitro prusside solution 3. To identify phosphate d. Which one of the following is not found in protein? A. The element with the maximum number of isotopes in nature is A. Which one of the following is incorrectly matched? A. C 77.C. Ammonium molybdate reagent 4. Which acid does not contain – COOH group? A. Liquid in Liquid D. 2 4 1 3 C.

2. Precision instruments 3. silver chloride B. Jena glass D. Rutherford D. +1 D. Soda glass B. The splitting of spectral lines by external magnetic field is known as A. Pigments and paints 4. 82. The oxidation number of Fe in K3[Fe(CN)6] is A. de-Broglie wares 84. D. Heating ethanol with Con. Sulphuric acid is used in the manufacture of: 1. The enzyme that hydrolyses cane sugar to glucose and fructose is A. Barometer 4. Pyrex glass C. Fertilisers 2. Heating the mixture of anhydrous sodium acetate and soda lime . Weight increase 85. Roentgen C. 2 and 3 C. Mercury c. The substance used in making hairdye is A. +3 C. Match the following a. the change that happens is A. The commonly – used medicine for typhoid is A. 3 and 4 89. Irene Curie 83.81. butyric acid C. Weight decrease C. oxalic acid B. Space ships 2. diastase 87. silver nitrate 91. silver iodide D. Storage batteries A. Volume increase D. invertase C. 1. Stark effect B. Tungsten d. An acid used to remove inkspots is A. lipase B. 1. chloromycetin 86. zymase D. 3 and 4 D. Filament d 4 2 1 2 A. chlorquin C. Zeeman Effect D. 1 and 2 B. When setting of plaster of paris occurs. Crookes glass 88. Volume decrease B. Dyestuff intermediates 3. +4 92. Which one of the following types of glass can cut off ultraviolet rays? A. Photoelectric effect C. silver bromide C. B. Silver a 2 1 2 4 b 1 3 3 3 c 3 4 4 1 1. ascorbic acid D. In a laboratory Acetylene is prepared by A. Artificial Radioactivity was discovered by A. lactic acid 90. Becquerel B. tartaric acid D. a sulpha drug B. C. Aluminium b. +2 B. H2SO4 at 180ºC C. Action of water on calcium carbide in cold condition B.

Conc. Law of Octaves c. Ni D. I2 – Rh D. None of these 93. 4 2 1 C. In the process. C H 3 List II 1. dry slaked lime 100. Match the followings List I a. 1 2 3 B. Newland 3. Match the following List I a. Modern periodic law a b c A. Fe B. Law of Triads b. V2O5 96. Acids react with metals and give _____ gas B. At which temperature is clinker formed when cement slurry is heated in a rotary kiln? A. 700 K C. LiAlH4 B. Pt C. 1 2 3 C. Nickel steel 4. 428 K 99. Making permanent magnets b. Hard Steel d 3 4 2 3 98. Sulphuric acid is manufactured by contact process. catalyst is A. 4 3 2 94. Periodic law d.D. None of these 95. None of these . H2SO4 C. Cu 97. 578 K B. making aeroplane parts a b c A. Making Razor blades d. Moseley d 4 3 1 1 3 O H + C O  ? → C H C O O H A. Lime B. King of metals is A. 2 1 4 C. Au List II 1. Mendeleev 4. 2 3 4 D. Al B. 3 4 1 D. Fe D. limestone C. Cobalt steel 3. Making Rail tracks c. 2 1 4 B. N2 D. H2 A. O2 D. 1773 K D. Clorine gives bleaching powder when mixed with A. Dobereiner 2. Manganese steel 2. lime water C.

IV CHEMISTRY ANSWER 1 B 11 D 21 C 31 C 41 C 51 B 61 B 71 D 81 B 91 B 2 C 12 A 22 D 32 D 42 D 52 B 62 A 72 A 82 D 92 A 3 B 13 A 23 A 33 C 43 A 53 A 63 B 73 C 83 C 93 A 4 B 14 C 24 C 34 D 44 B 54 A 64 C 74 B 84 C 94 C 5 A 15 C 25 A 35 A 45 A 55 A 65 D 75 D 85 D 95 D 6 A 16 B 26 A 36 D 46 C 56 D 66 B 76 A 86 B 96 C 7 A 17 C 27 A 37 D 47 C 57 C 67 C 77 C 87 D 97 A 8 A 18 C 28 B 38 D 48 A 58 B 68 C 78 B 88 C 98 C 9 A 19 D 29 C 39 C 49 C 59 C 69 D 79 C 89 A 99 C 10 A 20 A 30 A 40 D 50 A 60 C 70 C 80 C 90 D 100 B .