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ClMultiple Choice Questions with ONECorrect Answer:


I. The number ofneutron5 indipo';ljv~ riDc ionwith mass Dumb<1"70is :
(1979)
(a) 34 (b)36
(e) 38 (d)40
2. Rutherford'. experiment on scall<:1ingof a-panicles ,bo" . ed for the flfSl time that rhe
alomba,: (/981_1 MarA)
(l981-J M"rlr)
(/985_JM"Tk)
(b) protons
(d) neulrons
,.
,.


(a) eleclrons
(e) nudeus
Any p-<>rbital can accommodate "1"0 :
(a) foUTc1c<tron< (b) six dectrons
(0) two electron, with parallel .pio, (d) two electrons with 0!'P",ite 'pio,
The principal ~~"ntum Dmo!>erofHoalOmi"cl'led to Ihe: (1963_/ Ma,k)
(a) ';7-<'of lhe OfbilaJ (b) spin angular n>Om.mum
(e) "milal angular momentum (d) uricomtioD of the orbital in 'pac<:
Rutherford', ""([mng experiment isrel:ued tothe size ofth. : (1983_1M",k)
(aJ nndow; (b) atom
(el e1ec(ron (d) neutron
Tho increasing order (lowesl first) for lhe values of elm[charge/mass) for tlcClrOD(e),
prorun {Pl.neutron (n) andalpha partide (a) is: (1984 _/ MQ,k)
(a) ,p, n, <l (b) ",p, e, <l
(e)n,p,<:t,r (d) n, a..p,e
Correel 'C1of fourqu"mum numbers fOf lhevalCllce(oulem""l) elecuon of tobidium
(Z~37)j.' (l9M_IMQ,k)
(a)5.0,O,+112 (b)5,l.O.+112
(c)5, 1,1,+112 (d)6,O,O.+112
Which c1cclronic level woold allow !he hydrogCll atom 10 absotb a photon bUl not '"
emilaphoton? (l9U-/Mark)
(a) 3s (b) 2p
(e) 2s (d) IJ
Bohr nlOdcl can explain -
(a) the spc<.:trumof hydrogen atom only
(b) 'reettom of an alom or ion COlllaining one c1e<:lrononly
(e) the spc""l",m of hydrogen mole<:ule
(d) the Wlaf spectrum
10. lbc ",diu, of anatomie nucleus is oflhe order of:
(a) 10 10em (b) 10-1J em
(e) 1O-
1l
em (d) IO-i em


r-
II. Ele<:trumaflnnticradiation ",ith maximum ,',.velength ;$: (r~85. 1Ma,i)
(a)ultraviole, {bJradiowave
(e) X-my (d) infrared
11. Ruilierford', a-particle ",attc'fing experiment eventually led 10the COIX'!U,;OOthaI ,
(H86_IMuk)
(a) mass and energy are related
(b) electrons occupy space around the nucleus
(e) neutrons are buried deep in the nucleus
(d) the point ofimpacl with mailer cao be precis.ely dctcnnined
13. Which one of lh<: following set, of quantum num""", represents a::l impossible
arrangement' (l~86.1M"rk)
~I m, m,
(al 3 2 -2 112
(b) 4 0 01/2
(e) 3 2 -3 \/2
(d) 5 3 0 -1/2
14. The ratio of the energy of. photon of2000A wavc1c-ngthradiation to Ifat of 4000 A
.diatioo is , (19&6_1Mark)
(D)1/4 (b)4
(e) 112 (d)2
15. Thelriadoronel.; thatiii,olonic is: (1988 - 1M"rA)
(all:C. liN. I~F (b)l~c, liN. J:~
(
oj 14e I'N 11
F
(d)
14
e. t'
N
19
F
.'1'9 6)'9
16. The wavelength of. 'r"clmlline for an electronic lr.InSil;Onis inversely relaled (0:
(/\'88- J l\l,,,k,
(a) the nwnbcr nf electrons nm1crb""ng d,e transition
(b) the nuclear eharge of the aloIn
(e) the <lilfe-renee in the energy of the energy levels involved in the lraIlSition
(d) the velocity of lhe electron undergoing the transilion
17. The nrbillll diagram inwhich theAntbau ~rinci~lc isviolated is: (/\U -/ lIla,k)
11 2p 11 2p
(a) !TIl IillTIJ (b) IIIffillIIJ
(e) !TIl illIIIl (d) !TIl [IT[ITII
18. The outcrmo>lelectronic eonfib'llration of me mos' ck-ctronegOlive elemoot is :
(lWlB-IMa,k)
(a) n ? n p > (b),..! "p 4
(e) "sl n p l (d) ns" "p 6
19. The correct gtound <tateelcctrunie configuration of chromiom atom is:
(1919-1 Ma,k)

(a)[A.-])d14,t
(c)[A.-]3d
6
4s
o
(b)[A.-J)d' 4,,1
(dllArl4d
J
4.
t
20. The=et ",I of quanrumnumbersfor lheunpaircdelectronof chlorinealomis:
(19119 _ 1 Mark)
" I m
(a) 2 10
(1))2 11
(c) 3 I I
(d) 3 00
21. Whichof thefollowingdoesnotcharaotc,;'" X.rays? (/991-1 Mark)
(a) Theradiation ,an iorn", gases
(1))It causes ZnS to fluoresce
(c) ncflected by electric and magnetic ficlds
(d) Havewavelength, shorl""Ttitanultraviolet rays
22. 'Whichof lhe following",lates to pholons both aswave motion anda. a,lrcsm of
panicle,? (1992_1Mark)
(a) lnfo",-nct (h) I,;v "",2
(C)Difli-aeli<m (d)=hv
23. A 3p-orhital has, (1995SJ
(a) lwo non..<pherieal nodes
(b) two spherical nodes
(c) O1ICspheric.ll andOnCnOll..'pllerical node
{d}one sphencal and tv"" non.spherical node.
24. Theoroilal angular momentum"fan elem"n in2s-<lrbitali, : (1996 _1Mark)
I,
(a) +-.- (b) zero
>2,
(e)~ (d) .fi.!!-
h ~
25. TheIi,,;tu,eof quantumtheo')' toexplainthe,tructureofatomv. a.>"",dob}' :
(/997e- IMark)
(a) Hcisenbe<g (b) Bohr
(0)Planck (d) Einsto;n
2~. Forad-electron, lbeorbital angularm"mcommis, (1997- I Mark)
(a)/('(h/2") (b).fi(h/27t)
(c) (h/~) (d) 2(hil,,)
27. A,~ctlon: 'J udide ~AI i, loS' ,13bk than i::Ca,
ite""n : Nuclidesh"'jng od<ln"[nber of p'otons andneulron, areI'C'lIerallyunstable,
(/99&_1,UaFks)
(a) If bothaSo,e"ian andreason arecorrect. and muon isthecorrect explanationof
theasse"'i"n
(b) If bo'h a.'serti"" andrea,,,,,, oreCOrTc'Ct, but Feasoll isnOlthecorre<:Hxplana,j()n
of the",.. ,Tt,on
(c) If "sserl/o" j,eorreel but Fea.IDIi i, ino"rrccl.
(d) If a.wr/ion is inoorrect but rea."''' iscorrect.
28. Thcelectrons, idenlifiedbyquantumnumbersnand qi) n- 4, /. I, (u) n 4,/_ O.
(iii) n. 3,1- 2and(iy) n. 3,/- I canbepl.ced inorderofincrcasiog energy, from
tbclowesl tohighest, as: (1999-1Mriu)
(a) (iv) <: (ii) <: (iii) <: (i) (b) (ii) <: (iv) <: (i) <: (iii)
(c) (i) <: (iii) <:(ii) <: (iv) (d) (iii) <: (i) <: (iv) <: (ii)
19. Thenumberof nodal planesinap' orbil.1is' (10005)
(a) one (b}'""o
(c) three (d) zero
30. The electronic configuration of an element is ls2. 2s
1
2p6. 3/ 3p' 3d! .4s
1
, This
wprc'ents ill;: (100OS)
(a) excite<!'tate (b) ground ,tate
(c) cationic fom, (d) anionic fmm
31. Thewavelengtha,sociated wilhagolfball weighing100gandmovinz ataspeedof 5
lII'bisoflbeorder: (1001S)
(a) ]0-10m (b) ]0-20m
(c) 10'3') m (d) ]0.-40m
32. Thequanlumnumbers+In and-112fortbeelectron"pinreprcsent: (1001S)
(a) rolationof theclectroninclockwi"" andantic\ock""se dircaion r=spectiYC!y
(b) rotationof Ihcelectroninantic1o<'Kwise lIlIdclock""", direclion""'pCClivC\y
(ej ",agnelie momenl of the eleclron pointing upand down respectively
(d) two quantum mechanical spin slales whiChhaye no clas.siealanalogue
33. R"lbcTford', experiment. ",hid established lbe nuclear model oft!", alum, u,ed.
beamof: (1001S)
(a) t\-partic1e,. wbich impinged onametal fnil and gOl absorbed
(b) y-ray", which impinged on. metal foil and eje~ledelectrons
(c) helium atoms, which impmgc-don' metal foil and gO!scanered
(d) helium nuclei. which impinged "n ametal fojl and gal 'ct!eroo
34. rflbe nitrogenalomh., dcctwnic confil,'llrationh ,ItwouldluweentlllY low~"T than
, ' ,
thatoflhe nonnal groundstaleconfIgurationL<::'.,.2p ,bee.",c lhedcclrons w~uld
beclo,er tothcnud.us. Yet Ij'isnn' """",,,c"dbeea.", itviolales: (1001S)
(a) lleiscnb<rguncertaint,\'principle
(b) llund', rule
(e) Pauli exclnsion prin<:iple
(d) Bnhr postulatc of ,wtionary ",hi"
35. fbe r.di of which"fthe followingnrb,t is,.me ., thaI of theforstB"hr's ",hil of
hydmgenal<lln? (2()04S)
(a)He'(n~l) (b)Li
2
+("=3)
(e)l.i:+(n02) (d)Ik)+("~2)
36. Thenumb<."T "fradial nod"" ,,0., and2p.orhitals arcrespectively.
(0)2,0 (b)O.2
(c) 1.2 (d) 2, 1
(10055)
----------------------------------- -
37. The kinetie energy of an electron ;n the ""cond Bohr orbil ofa hydrogen alom is ,
(~O isBohrradius) (2012)
(0) h
2
(h) h
2
40
2
ma~ I 6'J I :
2
ma~
h2 h
2
(e) 22 (d1
22
32" ""'0 640mao
c:lMultiple Choi Questions with ONEor MORETHAN ONE
Correct Answer;
(l9U.1 Ma,")
(d) ~ Se
(l'J64-1 Ma.")
, .
,.

,.
, .
,.
. '''G' An ,,,,,tone 0 )2 <lace:
(a)~iGe (b)~As (e)~Sc
Many clemenl, hM" non_integral .lomic masses be<ause :
<a) they hJ >'c isotopes
(h) their isotopes have non.intcgr~l "'"''<SC<
(e) their isotopes have different"""S"S
(d)lhe constituents, neutrom. protons and electron rombin. to gi'" emotional
OlaS,es
When a-J Xl.I ticlesaf' scm through nthin melal foil, most of them go snaight through
thefoil because: (1984_J Mark)
(al 0- -fI "rtidcs Of' much he.\'ie, than electrons
(b) -particles arc positively charged
(e) most p." of the atomisempty 'pace
(d) a-particle move wilb high _docily
The awn of the number of neulrolI S and protons in the isotope ofhydrogeI I i, :
(1936.1 Mull)
(.)6 (b)5 (c) 4 (d)3
The cnergy of an electron in I he f",,, Bohr urbil uf H.alurn i, -13.6 eV, Tbe possible
energy ,'alue(") of theexci ted,[ale(,) for ellrons ;nBohr orbit, of bydrogen ;s!arc :
(1996.2 Marks)
(a}-3,4eV (b)-4.2eY
(e)-6,8 eY (d)+6.8 cY
Whieh of,hc following statement(s) i, (are}com:e'? (l996_1Ma.b)
(a) The eltronic configuration ofe, is [A,] 3d j4.' ,fA'ornie number ofCr - 24)
(b) The magnetic quantum numhCT may bavc a negative value
(c) I n sih"er atom. 23 elte"o,,' have. spin of one type and 24of lhe OpposilC fypc
(Atomic number of Ag ~47)
(d) The oxid.ti,m ,\ate of nitrogen in lI N, is -3
Ground ,t.tC .I eel[on;e configuratiun of ni1l"u<'"atom can berepresented by :
(1999. J Ma,k;j
I
(a) [l l J !l l l
(e) [l l I [l l ]
mmI T I
mmm
(b) ill] !IIi
(d) [l l ] llil
mmI T I
mmm
czr,tatriJr: Matching Problems I
K. =Kinetic energy
'. =Radius ofnth orbital

1. AccordingtoBohr theory'
E. '"Total rncrgy;
V."'POl cnl ial CI l <[g)I
Match the roUo".in~,
Col umn_'
(a) V./K .,1
(1)) I f radius of nth orbiul l '" E.x; , ~?
(e) Angul ar momontum in 10wesl orbital
,
(d) _z1; y~?
'.
Col umn-I I
.,"
(q) -1
(r) -2
(5) I
(1006)
,.
Ma'eh the ",,<rie, in Col umn_' ,,'ith
Col umn_I I .
the correctl y ,dal ed 4uantum number(s) in
(lOOS)
(r) Magnetic quantum numbcJ -
(q) A,imuth.] qU" " Nm number
(,) El ecuoD 'pin quantum number
Col umn-J ]
(p) Princ;l 'al 4W1I 1tum number
C"l umo-!
(a) Orbital angul ar momemurn of I he
dC<l ron in ahydro~c"l l .1ikc atomic
orbital
(b) A hydrogen-l ike ooo-el earon "'","
function obeying Paul i principl e
(e) Shape, si,,, and ori.ototi"" or
hydrogen_l ike atomic "rbital .
(d) Probabil ity density of el e<1ron at
!heDudeu. in hydrogen-l ike atom
mlLinJI.ed Comprehen.sion Type Questions :
The hydrogen-like species U
2
+ is anspherically symmetrical state 5,.with
one radial node, Upon absorbing Ijghtthe ionundergoes transrtion to a state5 2'
The state S2 has one radial node and lIS energy is equal to the ground state
energyollhehydrogen atom. (lOW)
An,,,'oc l b. fol l ow,ng quos'io",:
1. 11'0,tate S 1is ,
(a)Is (b)2< (e)2p (d)1\'
2. En"'-I l ), of,l l e state S I in units of tho hydrogen aWrnground .tate enCTJ !Yi,:
(a)0,75 (b) 1.50 10)2.25 (d)4,SO
3. The orbil al .ngul ar momenrum quam"m number "I 'he "al e S 1i,
(a)O (b) I (c) 2 (d)3
a:Jinteger Answer Type Questions I
nOll
Mm' U N,
K M,
C. A,
" "
w
.,v ,.
" "
"
. ,
.., . , ,. ,
4.75
Ans"", 10the fol1" ng que.rion is " .ingle digil inleger, ""'ging from 0 I" 9.
I. The m"",imum number of elCClrOnsthaI can bave princil"l quantum number, n ~ 3and
spin quantum number"", 2-~is (lOll)
,_.
2. The work Nnclion {'jof""me metal. is lisled below, The number of metals which will
show photoe1cct,ic effect when light of 300 run waveiengtb falls on the metal is .
STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE
(Single Correct Answer
This ucrion cOnl"i". 4 multiple correel answer(.) Iype que."ti"n.'. Eo.ell question ha. 4
choim (0), (b), (e) o.nd(d), out of"hleh only oneIscorrecl. . .
I. The number of waves made hy a Bohr eloctron in an orbil of maXllIIllDl magnet'e
quanlum number +2i"
rodian"n,
(a) 3 (h)4
(e)2 (d)I
If lhe energy of an electrOll in the fim Bohr orbil of II-alum is -313.6 keaL'mol; then
energy of eloelTon in tile second orbit will be ,
(aj -34.84 kealiDlol {bj _ 12.5 leaL'mol
(c) -78,4 leal'mol (d) -313.6 leal/mol
""'hal i, the d,ffer~'nee in the wavelengths of 4th and 5th lines of Balmer scries in the
spocltum of hydrogCtl atom?
(al 131A (h)520A
(e) W{IA (d)262A
If lh. ionizalion ""ergy uf hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV, lbe expected lhird ioni'alion
~'nergy ufthe lithium atom is:
(.)116~3eV (b)116x20V
(c)116x6eV (d)116xgeV
Iflhe shon"l wavelength OfH-alnm is Lyman selie, ;, )" then long"'l wa"eiengih in
Balm >eli<'SMHe' inn is '
"
(0)-
,
'"
(0)'4
'-36"
(")-
,
"
,OJ -
,
Hy~en atoms are excited 10 1l_4 Slat. In the 'p<c<rum of cmined
"umber of lines in lhe uilrav;ulel and visible regions a", respectiYely :
(.l3:1 (bll'3
(e)2:3 (d)3'2
'"
,.
'"
, -
-- ---- ----------------------------------
7. An energy of24,6 .V is required to remove {lneof the electrons from" helium alom
The energy required to ",move both dectron, fromhelium atom is ..
(aJ 38,2 eY (b)49.2eV
(c)51.8eV (d)7geV
(Hint ..Required energy =/1 . / 1
II =24.6eV
h 'If x7.
2
c116" 4 =54.4 eV
Required mcrgy =24,6+54,4 =7geVJ
8. A radiot;"n which ha, an ""':T~'Y of N SO lJimol fall, In Ih. following region of
elcctroma~",ctic radi,lio"s :
(a) infrared (b) visible
(e)ultrllv;olcr (d)microwave
9. A ball of mass 2008 is moving with a velocity of 10m"", -I. If the error in the
measuremen' ofvolocity i, 0.1%, the uncertainty in its"",ilion is ..
(al 33" IO-
J1
m (b)13>< 10-
11
m
(e) 5.3. lO.1l m (d) 53. 10-
11
m
10. The omit.l angular momentum (in unil, of hr2r-); where h Islh. Plane"'s <Ullilanl, of
an clecrron in the 3d..,rbital i"
(a) 2 (b)3
(e) 21.'2 (d)6
112
II. The v<locity of the electron in the h)'droll"" alorn ..
(a) incr''''''', with increasing prin<ipal quanlum number
(b) <!ccrca,cs wilh increasing principal quantum number
(c) remains uniform fill "n~,.lu. ofth. principol quantum numhc.,-
(d) first increase';ll1d thco dCCTCO""with princip.l quanlllm number
12. A ls-<><bilalrefers to;
(a)" circulor track in an atom in which an el",uon travel,
(b) on. electron w.ve function
(oj an ob,e"1"V.bl.propel!)' of !hesystem
(d). H.nniban OpeI1llor
H. A lraIl,ilion metal complex ,hows a n-.agnetic "",mem of 5,20 B M. at room
lemperalUre. The number of LliIp.iredele<trOJlSon the =1 i, :
(a) 3 004
(c) 5 (dJ 2
14. \Vhieh "f,he following is corre<11ymatehed ?
IOIl/alom Fir'tloni?""io" P01cnti,1
{a)H 54.16.V
(h)lie' 13.6eV
(c)L;2. 121.SeV
(d)Re)+ 216.6.V
15. Following figure sho"'s some cnergy levels of onatom. If theuatlsition E: 102 ~ives
emi"ion of ultra"ioicl radIation. which of lhe following trans;lions wold give
infrared ,"dia,ion~
- 0,85 eV
'.
- I.S eV
I
E,
E,
E,
.-,
(' )410) ~)]to1
(e) 4 102 (d)E
z
101
16. The diagram show. the ellerg)" level>for an electron ineemin .lorn. Which lran,ilion
,hOWD"'J lT\'seDlslbe emission of. pholon wilh the most energy?
II IV
--'----,L---. -,
'"
(a)n (b)!
(c)fV (d)lIl
17, The cnergy "f'n electron in e~cited hyd"'l1Cl1 alom is -3.4eV. Then, according to
Bohr's theory the .ngular momelllum of this c1ectr,min Is i. ,
(a)2.1l~1O-.l4 (h)3~lo-.l4
(c) 2~lO-J 4 (dl U5~10-)4
18. The angular momentum of eleclron in hydrogen .torn i. propol1ionallo,
(a) ,I,- ~) I
,
(0),1 (d)~
;;
I
I
I
I
I
(h) 4: I
(d) I : S
1'.1. An excited h)"drogm alom return, to ~le ground ,talc. The wavelength of emitted
photon is A.The principal quan'um num",,", "fthe excited Slalewill b<,
[
" ] '" [ A R + IJ '" (oJ -- '" __
A N-I ).R
(elr~R (~R + J )1'12 {dl[ --'_ .] '"
)J {(A R + I)
lhc ra'io of area of oroit of il,-,t excited ,tale of electron 10the atCaof orbit of ground
le,'d, fOThy<irogc." atom. ",ill b<,
(')16,1 (b)4:1
(cIS:l (d12;1
Two declwns arerevol,-ing around a nuden, al di,tanoe., ' r' and'4,'. The ralio olthei,
period, i,:
(0)1:4
(c) 9 ,I
'".
".
22. Two particles of TllIIS""S'",' and '2..' have equal kinetic energies, Their de Rroglie
wavelengths ore inthe ral;Oof,
(ajl:1 (b)1:2
(~) hi2 (db'2: I
23. The de Broglie wavelength ofa neutron iU9270C is A.Whal will beils wavelength at
2TCI
(ajAi2 (b)).
(c) 21, (d)4~
24, The ene'g)' of ele<::tromagnelic waves is due to thcir :
(a) wa"elength (b) frequency
(c) electric and TIl3.gneli<field (d) none of these
25. Which of the foll&wing is incorrect .boUI e1ectromagnelic wav.s?
(a) An; transV<:nc io na1\m:
(b) Arc produced by accelerating cbarge<
(e) T,avel ",m lbe.ame speed in aUmedia
(d) Trovel in free space wim speed of light
26. If E
I
.E
2
""d E
J
'epn:""m n:'>pcelively the kinelie ene'gies of an electron. an
a.part:de and apro/on <;Rebbaving same deBroglie wavelength then:
(.)E
l
>E
J
>E
1
(bjE
2
>F.
l
>E
l
(ejE
I
>F.
1
>E
J
(djEI-~.El
27. A "b<r-on of ",<length 6630 A i, ineidenl on wally ,eflecting .mface. The
momeUum delivered by lhe photoo is equal to :
(oj M3~10-
11
kg m i " " " (b) 2~10-
27
kg 011"""
(e)10-"1 k mlsec (d)3~10-
27
kgro/sec
28, Which ,fthe foll&willgpai, of orbitals, the p",bebiliry of finding the c!lrOO is zero
in Xl' rIme?
(a)3d",4dr'_i (b)2p,,3d,'
(c)4d
D
,3p, (d) None of these
29. ,Vlu" will beOlema~imum vatue of I: (n+1+m) for all unpaired eieclfoll' of chlo,ine
in ils ,"",on<!excile<!,lalc~
(
OM~) .
lll, n>ass ,aUo of anode rays
IV. Wawlenglh of radial ion when electron
ofH-.lom ,erums fromn =21& n r 1
(a) 25
(c)28
30. SetecllI- . co""""l mat(hillg:
M""'~'tll"m of photun
II. Ra~i",ofnlldcu,
(b)20
(0) 27
lndcp<ndeIH of wav~length of
light
,,' tl
(M.nllInber)'" x 10- m
Indep<~den' of ,he ga, lilkd in
the di,ch~e lube
,
"
(aj I, 11
(c) I, III
(b)11,IV
(0)I, II, HI, IV
31. Intheline'f"'CIrumof hydrogen. thethird lin. fromredendeorrc<pond5to whichof
thefo11o"';nglran<;lion<?
(a) 5-->2 (b)4-->1
(e) 3-->2 (d)2-->5
32. In.. isthethresholdwavelengthofa metal for photoelectronemission. If themctal is
e,l'Osed 10the light ofwawleogtb )...then the velocity of ejecteJ electron will be
J~(J ..o -;.) K. Thevalueof K is;
(a)specdoflight (b) I
, ,
(0)- I'J-
)..0).. ).)'0
33. When an e1ectmnof m 6mand charge bemon, with avelocity of 7u .boUI the
nuclear chargeZe inacircular <>fbil of radius' r', Thepotential energyof theeleelron
wouldbegivenby ;
",' Z<
(a)-_ (h)--
, ,
2: 11:
2
4
Z
2 Ze
2
(e)_ me.. (d)+_
n
2
h
2
,
34. Elcctrolll3gnctieWavC'$do nollranspo'"
(0)energy (b) electricfield
(e) magnetic field (d) charge
35. Balmer gave an equalion for wa,'c1englll of ,'i,ibl. region of H-'peelntm a,
M'
) --. The,'"Iueof K in1crIIIsof Rydbergeon.,lantR, I.':
,,2-4
(a) R (b) 4R
(e) RJ4 (d) 4/R
36. Intbc l",,,-,ilionof electroninanatom, itskinetic energy change, fromy 10E _ The
,
cbangeinpotential cneTS)'will be:
(a)_2
y
(h}+2
y
, ,
, ,
(e)--y (d)+-y
. ,
37.. Wbicbof lIle1'ollo"'-;ogviol'Ie' theAufbauprinciple?
(a) OD ~ (b) IJD I1IIlJJ
2,- 2p 2, 2p
(e) (!] 0iIK IJ J (dl []J D I: ITIIJ
2> 2p 2, 2p
38. Themomentumof ahydmgeualomi, givenby :
' 0
(a)p~mvr (b)p~me!
mV h"
(c)pg_ (d)p~'_
. ,
--
,
39. The respective values of urlJ ila! angola,-momentum of an ele<tron in k 2,. 3d and
3p-orbil~lsan::
(a)O.O.J 6~...n~ {b)I.l.J 4~,v!2..!.'..
2" h h 2"
(e) 0, 1 " i 6 . . ! . ' . . . , f 3 . . ! . ' . . (d) 0.0,./20..!.'.., J 6 . . ! . ' . .
2~ 2" 2" 2"
40. Select tho correct ,..,Iation belween azimuthal quantum number (I) and magnetic
quantum nurnber(m):
m-)
(.)/ - (b)m=/-+2
,
(c)m=21
1
+1 (d)I=2m .1
41. }d4 OOnfigtlfal;OnlIla}"have tho e~ch"ngcof:
<al four el><.'!rom (h) three el""lron>
(e) six1een ck<uons (d) six electrons
42. Number "".dio! nod in 3p-orhital, is:
(a) ODC (b) lhree
(e) tw<l (<I)zero
43. Which of the following c1ectronic conflgu,'li omhave 'pin DluItipl icily ""lui! to lC"W?
<al rII:.IJ I] (h) IT:IIIIJ
(e) ITII.IIl (d) !IIIIIJ
44. The .. Wl<'llg'h ",ill be minimum for which of the folluwing etect",n;, trall<it;on?
(a}"",6to.,~4 (b)n~4"'n=2
(cjn=3Ioa=1 (dln=210no.l
45. If the eleclron in hydrogt'11 alom jump' from lh. third oroi! I" second orbil, the
wa,'clcngth ~flhe emitted radiation is given by;
36 5R
(8)J ..=_ (b)J ..M__
SR 36
.5 ")" ,
(c),.~- (0 ,.=_
, "
46. As theckctr"n inBohr orbit "fhydrogen ,lOmpasse", fmm<tate" M2\0 n =Ltt.e K.E.
(K) and P.E. (U),-hange a, :
(. ) K two fold. U also tw" fol<l (b) K {"or fold. U .1so foor fold
(e) K lour {,,:d. U tw<>fold (d) K ""<>fold.Uf'''I! f"td
47. n,e gi,'cn di'gram indie.te, the energy levels of. cert.in atotn, When lhe <;)-,tem
m""., from 21 0 Ie-d to I:."Ie"el . photon of w."elength J .. i, emitted, The "",,-e.englb
fil >d=!d' lh , . f 41:."1:."1I'
o P oton pn u urHlg. tran,"'on rom 3l{' eve" :
tZ~
E-l--~I---
0- - - - - - - - - - -
' "
(b) f;;
(d) \ f ! l .

n .
In hydrogen . 'om, an el cctronjumps ITomthe ,l ate n to (n -I): the f requency of l b
emil l ed radiation is proportional 10 :
(. )". . . . (b),,-J
(. ),,-2 (d),,-1
The de Brogl ie wa,'. l ength of mal m. l partide, which are in thermal equil ibrium at
temperature Tis (k. Bol l >:m'l IIl con,tant) :
(.)_.- .) .
.hmkT 2"J'lmkT
(cJ h , (d) _' _
2nJmkT JUT
The de Brogl ie ",avcl engl b of neutron 3127C is ;. , The ",. vel engtb at 9270C ",HI be :
) )
(a)_ [b)-

, ,
(c)_ (d)_
l ,
The kinel ic energy of the c1ecl r<min an "rbit ohadios 'r' in hydrogen atom i,:
. 2 el
(.)- .)-
~ ~
ol ,1
(,)- "J -
, ~.
Number " fWa\ '. , pr<>ducetl by the compl ete revol ution of el ectron in 011,omi, i,:
(a) n (b) ,,2
(el (H J ) (d){211 +I)
The mtin of timo peri'l <h (T,lT, ) in 'ccond orbil of hydrogen to third orbit nf il e' ion
' "
(a) 8m (b) 32/27
(e) 27m (d) 24/36
If an el ectron of charge' e' and rna. 'S 'm' i,ac<ekTIl ted through a potential of V vol t
then the vel ocity of el ecl r<l Q wil l be:
(aj r ~ y
\ m
" '
(e) {;;,
IVIl en l ramitin" ul "el cdr"," in He~l ake< pl ace f rom "2 W"1 the" Wa'"e Il umher in
tern" "I"Rydberg eon,tan! R wil l be : (Gi"en : "I +" ~_4,"1 -"I ~2)
" "
(a) - (b)-_

3M 24/l
(c) " " " 9 (d) " " " 9
A prown and an a-panicl e are accel erated through the sa"", I">tentia! dil Terenee. The
",tio of de Brogl ie wavel <1l gl h of the protor, to that of a. panicl e wil l be ;
(3)2:1 (b)l :1
(c)1:2 (d)2J 2:1
T
is. T he kinelic energy of the eltttron is E",ben lbe incident wawlength i.1..T o increase
the K.E, ofthe electron 101, th<cincidenl wavelength must be :
(3)21.. (b)l..I2
(oj ~CA (d) he;'
EJ . +-he EJ . -he
76. Th. de llrogli. wavelength of an e1.'trODacceleraled by an electric field of I'volt is
ginn 'oy:
1.23 12.3A
(a)A'=~ (b);.~1'i7
, .,
(c)J c_1,23 (d)J ,.=1.23~m
.fi, . . [ h
77. T he ralio of ,pin molymagnetic moments of Fe)' and Co
l
+is :
(o)m:M (b)7:3
(oj FS : . m (d)J 5 : .fi
78. T he screening effeel of s, p. d and/ sub.hell. hes in lhe oro", :
(alnp>d>f Op<<1</
(c)d>p>s>/ (d)s>/>d>1'
79. T he S<h,oo;ng<r wa,'. equalion for hydrogen .1Omis
,(')"1 ,)-".
'l'2'=4.J 2" a
o
l2-
ao
e --.
lle-n:,Qoi.Boh, ",dius, lflhe radial nodein2si, at '0' thenr" wouldb. equal to:
(aJ ""c (It)~- (o). fi a~ (d) ~
, "
~O. T he frequency of rodial;"" .rnitl~",hen the lran,ilion of elc<:trun{""os place from
(0+1)lhlevel to nthlevel will be (0> 1)
'X:Rz2 CR=2 CR=l XRzl
(a)v=-- (b)\'=-- {o)\'''~,- (d)v~--
nl nl n ~l
81. Inamo<!if1"dexperim<nl, tho pbQ'<>ekelrioeffect was ,ludiM with asanDie uf amulli
elc<-"J T On a'om. T ho ""ult i, repre"""lcd by:
1
1
: 5 ; :
~~ ( . )
t;~ ' " )
"
.1l8
. 0
Photoner>ergy_
Photonenergy_
I
1
,-
,~
( e)
U ~
' "
l,
ill::l
r na
Photonenergy-
poot""cnergy-
82. An electron (magnirudc of charge e, mass "lis moving in3cir<:ular oro,t;o 3nt3gnctie
field of magnitude B. If the orbit conlams an inte~ number' 0' of de Broglie
wavelength, the energy of the electron is : (h ~ Planc~con'lanl)
( a ) n l ( ~ B) 0"('<') (C )1.('<'J ("- ' ('<')
41Wl 4"", n 4"", ,,2 4"",
83. In Sommerfeld's modification of Bohr'. theory. lhe trajectory of an electron in
hydrogen .lom I, :
(3)p<;rfcet dlil''''
(b) a c1osl eUip=---tlle cu"". narrower a! the p<rihelion ?O,ilion and flatter at
aphelian po,ition
(c) 3closed loop on .pherical surf.ce
(d) arosette
84. loni7.alion eoergy of H.' i,19.6x ]0-13 J alom-
l
. The energy "fthe ftrSl S\ation"'y
sl;lte(nml)ofLi2. is:
(a>-2.2x 10.-
15
J atom-' (b) 8.~2x ]0-11 jatom-
1
(c)4.41.1O-\~1""'0-
1
(d)_4.41xIO.
17
J atom-
1
85. In. hydrogen alom. lhe electron i,at" distance of 4.768 A from lhe nucleus. The
angul momentum of the electron is ,
( .) 3h (b)!:.. (e)!!. (d)2h
21: 2" " "
86. The rodial probabIlity distribution CUheoblainro fOTan orbital wave funclion ()has
3peak<and 2radial nod.. The valcnce electron of whi,.b Olleof the foll"wing melals
d"". this waYefunCliOll(Ii'1cOfTc,pond 10?
(a)C a (b)U (c) K (d)Na
87. \Vbieh one ofth. following eoudiliom i. inconeet fOf a well behaved WI". fundi~ll
('I' )'!
(a) Ii' must be finile (b) 'I' n,usl be.ingl. valued
(e) Ii' lIlusl be infinil' (d) 'I' IIlUS'be cominuou.'
88. The energ)' required to break "n~mole ofCl- <:-1hood inCI, i, 242 kJ lIlol-
t
The
lon~<s1 """'den,-<!h of ligbl c.pilil,. of breaking a singl. Cl-et bond "
(c~3xlO' m,-'"V
A
x/},02xlO
1J
rn:ll-
1
)
(al 700 TIm (b) 494 nm
(e) ~94 nm (d) 1>4(1TIm
89. The slwno<l ",O\'eleng'h m hydrogen spectrum "f l)'man ,"-ries when
R]{ ,,1096780m-' i"
(a) 1002,7A (b) 1215.67A
(e)1127..10A (d)911.7A
90. lhe highesl onefS)' in Balm", ",ric>. in Ih. emi",,,n spOC1ra"f hydrogen i,
repre",nted b} , (R
H
=W973:em- t 1
(a) 4J ~9,48em_I (b)21'14.74enl-'
(e) ~4~6.85em- , (rl) 27434.25em- I
91. A photon with initial frequency 10
11
Hzscatt.off an doclron al fe'il. lIS final
frequency i, U9,,101l11z The '""cd of ",albed electron is close to
(n~h6h 10->4J ",", =9.lx10-)1kg)
(.}4x10
J
m,-1 (b)3xl~m,-t
(c)2xlO"ms-
1
(d)lOm,-l
92. Agahorb, apholon01"355nmandemitstwow,,,"elengths.If oneof theemissioni,
.t 6~Onm, theother isat,
lal518,'rn ~)1035= (c) 325nm (d) 743Ml
93. The wavelengthof the fi"I'pcetrnlline inlhe Ralme, .m,,,,, of hydrogen alomi,
6561A. Thew."ekngth of the ,c'C(}nd"pcelfalline inlhe Ralme, series of singly_
ionizedielium atomi, :
(a) 1215A (b) 11>40II (c) 2430A (d) 4687A
94. Theelectron' idc-Tltif,edbyquantwnnumber<nandI
(A)n=<I.I.l (B)n.4./=O
(C)n~.1.1.2 (P}n=3,1=1
canbeplacedinorder of increasingenergyJ S:
(a)C<Il<B<A (b)D<I1<C<A (c)I1<D<A<C (d)A<C<B<D
MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWER TYPE
(More than One Correct AASWer
Thi,- ,-~eh'8n <omai8s 4,"ulliple cotN'cl "",-nw{') IJ'JUque.'tio",-. Elleh qn"lioh n_', 4
eh"ices (Il), 1M. (e) Qnd (11), un' of K",ich ,me "' mo,~ ;,.JQ'~"""t
1. Inan electronuansition ofh}-dwgcn .tom, orbital >ngularml'mentum.."y cbange
by:
(b)!:
,
,
(d)-
"
::~j:' .2" ; ----
Fo, aho\ e!rnn,itionsmhydrogenlike.toms. Scled,heCOrreetrcl"ion(.).
" "
la)VJ ~"I tVl (b),,) =_,_,_
VI +\'l
(d) '.) 0__ '"'_'""_
'.1 +; 'l
lfthe .Ieotrunoftl:tchydrogen>lomi, "'placed by'''"Ib.", p.niclc of ",mechargc bu,
of Ihedcuble""'-'S,,hen:
(,) 'adii of diffetentslldls will ine'ease
(b) cnern gapbetween11"0le"cI. will !><comedouble
(a) h
Ie) !:.
"
,.
(c) ionization energy of the alom will bedouble
(d) ,peed of newparticle in ashell will belesser \han the ,peed of electron ill the lame
sbell
4. leI r.(I and E are the radius of the omil speed of the elec!mn and the total energy of
the electron respeclively. '>Vhieboftbe following quonliti"" are proponiooallo the
quanlUmnumber' n " 7
, ,
(a}rE (b)vr (c)- (d)_
, ,
5. Which of the following sels of physical phenomena an: shown by dual naMe of
radi.tion?
(0) Interference and pbotocleclIie effeel
(h) Diffraction and phOloelec1ric effecl
(c) Imerfertnee and diffraction
(d) Scintillation and inlerfc....",ce
6. "Vbieh of lhe following sets of quantum nombe." is/are nol possible?
01 m{ m,
(a) 4 4 -2 +1/2
(b) 3 0 0 -1/2
(c) 3 2 -3 1/2
(d) 5 3 0 +112
7. In Rutherford's gold lear ""perimen!. lhe scaltering of a.particles lake<;pi....,. Inlhis
process :
(a) coulombic force is in"ol,'ed
(b) nuclear force i, involved
(c) pa~l or a-panicle is parubolic
(d) path of a-panide is hyperbolic
8. InBohr model ohlom;
(.) the radius of oth orbit i, p"'p"ni"oal to 0l
(b) lhe 101alenergy of lhe electron in the nth "rbil is inversel}' proponionallo n
(c) the a"gular m"mcnNm Oflne electron in an orbit i, an illlcgrni multiple of!!....
'"
(d) the magnilUde of the potenlial energy of the eleclrun in an orbit i, grcateT thil'
kinelie energy
9. Wn~never ny'drogen atom emil, qu"nlUm invi,ibk in the vi,ible region of B"lmcr
seoe-' :
(a) il rnay emit anmh"" quantum in Raitt"'" ,,,,,ie, ag,in
(b) il mu" emil '''uther quanlum III uit""iolel '''gi()n "flyman sen.,
(0) """"od quanrum "f w""ciel'glh l21nm will he emilled
<d) 'ce"nd quanlUm wil~beemined ill P,,-,chen sc-rio; i.e_. noar infrared n:gion
10. Inwhich "fthe !,)llowi"g ,"""dilion, the de Broglie wavelenglh of p.rtic!e II will he
Ie." th"" lh.t of panicle II ("'.< ~m~r!
(a) Lioe"r mo""'fitum of the,e paniclo; are ,arne
(b) Move "ith ;,arnespeed
(b)U2+(I!)
(d) D(g)
(e) \tove with same kiIl,t;c energy
(d) Have fallen thrOllgh same height
Select theoorrect .rot.menlS for hydrogen like atoms or ions.
(.) IGodiusofan orbil is ;'l"c"ely p,,'ponional1o Z
(b) RadiLL'of an orbit is directly proportional to Z'
(oj Energy of theelectrOninan orbit isinH'fsely proportional toZ
(d) En<"rgyoftb. eloctroD in.o orbit is dire<:t1yproporti<>OallOZl
Identify lh. c"''''C1 .latc'rnem(s)
(.) The m"" of a a_meson is 300 lime, hea';cr than that of.n ekctron
(b) Th. traminoo of an electron in hydrogen alOmfrom fourth 10 fi",t shell g"'"
sp<><trallineinPasch"" ,erie,
(e) lso!"I"" have samenumber of electrons and protons but dilTerentnumber of
neutron,
(d) (n+l)d <ubshell bas lowc:r energy thon that of n/ sub,hell
13. Which ofth. following 'recio, "'" expe<ted togiv. thelinesJ "'Ctrumsim;laT tolIlat of
hydrogen atom?
<al He (g)
(c)l!e+(g)
H.
H.
14. "'''hleh of the fo11"",;og ,.IS of quantum numb<'rs oroallowed'!
(aJn ~ I./_Oand,":0 (b)n ~ 2./_\'00 m-+1
(c) n"' 1,I_OaTxlm_ +I (dJ n ~ 2./ ~20(ld ",~o
15. Which of the f"Howing radius of oroits in hydrogen atom are p""ible?
(0)52.9 pm (b) 182pm (eJ 21\ pm (d: 364pm
l~. Which of the following i~!an: correct about (heradial probability cUNe,?
(0) 3d; has lh"..:: angular nodes
(b) The numl>cr of angular "00'" are /
(e) The number of ",d1"lnooc", i, equal to n -/- I
(d) The numl>cr of maxima in 2,l'otbitals "'" {\<'o
17. Which of the following exprcs<ions "'" corr",,' for lho Rohr orbits m hydrogen
alOm"
(a), ~n2 [4"lm(:~14""oJ
,
'll'flm(c214'feu)2] (b) - -~- --
n
2
h'
(c) Angul>r m()mOmum~n-
" (d) Killetic energy of ek-ctrons ~Potontial onorg}' "f oIoeo-o,,'
18. SOI""1,he corr",l ,Iatomollls among ,he following
(a) A" Omilal can be dd,,,,d by four quantum nlimbe""
(h) Ab"''Pti(m 'poe"a arO",edto iden1ify e1en,.."l' in tho out", part of ,Ian;
(el Spectral degenerncy in magnetic field is observed only in ,ingle electron specie.
(dJ In bl""k body radiation, the inlCtl,ily ofradia';on is directly proponionallO T'
19. ""'bieb among the following i,.,'arecorrect .bQU! chromium?
(al Its electronic ronfiguration is ld
S
4.,1
(b) Total 'I';n of chromium - 3
(e) Spin multiplicity of 3d-sub,hell of chromium ~6
(d) Magnetic moment Df chromium ~J 4 R
20. Select thecorrect .tatemenlS 'OOUlllic wave funCli"o '1'.
(aj y must be real
(b) ' + ' musTbe single values, coll1;nuous
(oj 1;1has nOphy,ical.,ignificallce
(d) ' + ' 1gj,-", the p",bability of finding tho elecltuns
21. For which of Ille following species, the expression for the CIlC1)lyof el""lron in nth
.[ 13.62 -I] , ,
orbll E"~-7"Z.V.,om aslbevaidity?
<olTritium (b)Li
h
(e)Deuterium (d)lIc
1

2l. An electron in hydrogen atom "",kes . lroosition from n =01 10n ""2' The lime
period of tbe eleclron in lhe initial slate i<eigbt time, tbat in tbe final ,late. The
fIOssiblovalues ofnl and n2 ore,
(a)nl ~4'''l~1 (1,)111 ~8,"l~2
(c}nl ~H.nl ,j (d)nl ~6,nl-3
n. Wh'"f1ahyili()gcn atom emil, a pbolon in Ihe tr:lnsilion n ~5to n ~ I, its r""oil 'pc<:<!
will not be equal to :
(a) 10-
4
ms-
I
(b)2~ 10-
2
m, ,.1 (cHm,'] (d)8~ Wl m,.j
24. "''hen high ,peed electron ,trike, ametal ,urf""c, whicb ofiM following arc )XIssible?
(a) The emire energy oflhe electron lI1.lIybe convened into X-ray photon
(b) Fraelion ()f energy of cleclron may beronveriM ;nlo X-my phnlrm
(cj The cntire energy of el",,!ron may be converted into hea'
(dj The electron may undergo claSlic rollision with meMI ,urface
ASSERTION. REASON T Y P f )
fll ea,'h of th~following qu~lioh>, ""0 sratrmCh" are Ki>~tI.('hoo.erh~ oorrUlCode ("1
(b). (0) y, (d) defilled 1n-18K' :
(a) Slaletl1em-1 and Slalemenl_2 ore tme, Slotement-2 is the correc1 e'planation of
SMemenl.l.
(b) St.lemen,.1 ""d Stalcmcnl_! arc true bu' Slalcment_2 i, not Ihc C"{)rTc'C1
explonation of S~'l.mell'-l,
(el SIOletl1<nl_l is true aud Stalement_2 i.fal,e,
(d) Slalemenl.1 ;, faJ "" and Siolement-! i,tm.
,.
,.
,.

,.


,.
' " .
u.
u.
B.
SllIl''''enl-] : The phOl0de<uon, produced by mOIHxhromalic light beam incident
on a metal ,urf'ce have a spread in IhcirkiIleric ene-g)'.
Sluemcnl.2: The "'"Il<fimction the "",tal varie, as the funeticn or depth from
.urface.
SIJ lemeOI_l : The angular momenlWn of an cloclron in an orbil is ~uantized_
Stll!cm""1_2 , The de Brogbe wave of eleclron remain in the same phase
Slal.mo"l-l : Energy of orbiud. in hydrogen ow", inc,eases as
is<2s=2p <3.,3p ~3d<4s _4p ~4d .4/<......
Statemcnl_l; Energy of mbilals in hydrogen alOm depend> both On principal
qu"mum Dum!>.. .n' ond azimuthal quantum numl>er (I J .
Charge
Slol.ruent_l : --- ratio of anode "'J 'S is found different for dlff.rem gasc, .
Ma
S!"lcment-2, Proton is lhe fundamental parliclc J 'TCS"nlinthe gas,,".
Slat.mcnf-i: d , orbital is ,pheric.lly ,}'mmetrica!.
,
SI1l!cmen!_2 : The ck-clron density ind , orbital i, not zero i"-')'pl.ne
,
Slalemenl_1 : Orbitills ,,'ill, <am<:value nf I and "'lore found Ie have the """'"
IlIlgulor wave fUtlClion,
Sfalemenl_2: Angular "'''I'e furn:lion does nol dep<:'tldOnlhe principal quanmm
numw".
Stalemenl_1 : I'hOlDelewic current increases" ith liteintonsity of n.diatinn
SI.lemeo!-2 : Photo cumn! implies higher numbcrof entitled elc.. 1rrns per ,ec01,d
""-' . r; h
S!alemenl_l : The orbital an~'UI""momentum of d-<l, ,,,1.1L < ,,6-
2"
Slatemeol_2 : Orbital angular tla,m''ll'''m of el"'lron i, mvr =n -"---
2"
Sla'ement-J : Inlitespectral ,tudi., <Ifhydr<'h'CO."; hIe'peclTal Ii,,,,, are observed
in n 2 5->n _ 2"'",sitiotl,
Slatemeo!_2 , Balme, series of hydrogen 'pecln'rn lies in "i,ihk regjoo.
SI'I.menl_1 : Line elnissi<ln 'rc,trum .'e observed in ca,. of molecule,.
SI.I.'men!-2: Eaeh element ha' unique ~nc CTIu;on'P"CtNm.
SI~I<m.Dl-I : Total number of eleclron' that can be a,olTm><><!.t,'diof-sub,hdl i,
"
SIl'umenl-2 : If n "nd J are princip,1 and azimuthal quaotum nwn~ respect;v.J ~'.
I,-I
thenl"tal Humber of c1c<tmn, in.ill' enOIgy lovel is L 2121. I}
, "
St.l.menl-l : The "rbilal ""gula, llI<lrneDlnmnf2<.nd ,'" ele<"mn, ;co "'me.
S'alemenl-2 : Omital angulat Ill()menlwn " fan electron may be ca' cul.ted hy Ihc
~,
rcblion ~'I (I +I) -
' "
Slal.I"'ot_J : Kineti" eneTgy of photoelc<l"'!b i, directly proporlwnal 10 the
inlonsity of Ihe inc,dent ,adim;on,
St>ltement_l , Each photon oflight causes lb. emission of only Onephotoelectron.
14. Slalomenl_l; Ph"lon has definite mnmeotum though it has 00 rest mas.
St>llemenl_2, Mom'mum of photon is due to i\> energy 8l1dthcrefor. il has
equivalent mass
15. SbtemeDl_l; Wave number fOf transition in hydrog<"J latom may be given a"
, , ,
--'--,--
1..3-->1;'J -.1 )'2--.1
Stalemenl_2: Wave number for a particular lraJ l5ition in hydrogen alorn rmy be
.akulalN using;
_ O R [ _ ' --'J
;.., .", "1
1
n ;
16. Sialen,ent_!: The spin only magndic ""'ment of Zn 2. "7.efO.
Sla'emeot_l : Zn l. has 3d104,," configuration, h has on unpaired electron.
17. Stalen,ent_!: Rutherford model of alOTUwa, discarded """.USC it Waga model of
unstable .lom.
5tatement_l :Acrording to electrostatic" a moving charged body emilS energy
continuously
OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS ON
GRAPHICAL AND DIAGRAMMATIC APTITUDE
I. For !he photoelectric ,,!feel the m""imum kinetic energy E
K
of the emilie<! photo
elec!rons is plotted agaiosllhc Irequency vof the iocidetll photons a, slloWtl iofigure.
The slope of the Curye gi,'cs :
(a) charg<' of 'heel""rron
(b) work function of the metal
(c) PI.ock', ""n,t.nt
(d) fati" of the Planck's C"nslam ,,, electronic ch.fgc
1, Which of the following b'Tophs correctly "'PICS'''''' Il'e Y"""'ion of particle
momen'um with """,ialcd de IJ roglie "''''c1Cllglh"
('}l~ O)ll~
~- ~-
")l~ ("l~
~- A_
3. According to Eill5leio'. photocleenic equation, the graph betw.e", the kinetic energy
of phol<>cleclroll5ejected and the r"'queDc)' of the incident radial;"" is :
(.J ~V (Il) ~I /
~I K~
I
4. I". piml<>ckctric eXI"',imeol, the stopping polenLi.l 1', is plene<! as,iost the
froquency v"fthe in<idcntlighl. 11,.=m1t;ng curve is !nIight lire which makes an
.ngle 0wilh thev-axi . Then ~'" 0will beequal to :
(l krc 4>=work func1ionof the ,urface)
(.jille (ble/it (c)-q,je (d)d/,;,
S. Which W"l'h show-, how the energy E of. photon of light is relaled '" ill; w"".length
",
'""
(aJ ~~ (h) ~L L
l_ '1_
lolL '''li~
'.- 1-
6. deRrogliewa"elength,of "'iO (>'lrticlesA ,ndB "rcpinned .g.;",/ ~ J I; wh..-e /' i,
\J f"
Lhe(>O'en';.1on the panicles_\Vlli.h of the folluwing ,ch"i""" i,""reet '00"1 the
rn.", of the partide,'!

(a}",~=mB (b)mA >mB
(~)m.<~ (d)~~~
: ~~1 """, '"",,~, "",, Wrr", .: : ' ~ f ; - " " " " " " , " , , " " " , ,
Inte",ity of ... Frequency of _
incident radiatioo incident radiation
"J ~~ (0) ~ ~ __
Wavelength of ... Surlace area _
incid""tradiation of ID<l1al
In following two plolS. y l is ploneJ aga;,,;t the distan"" ' r' fIOmnucleus .
Selee! the eorreet statement,
(al'A';;, fo, I., "nJ 'U' (Of 2.. (b) 'A' is fo, 2s and 'B' fo, I,
(~l 'A' is ti" 2.rand'U' for2p (d)'A' isfo,2p aod'8' fur2s
9. Select the C<J rreetplot oh.dial prohabllity I'mellon (4rJ1 R 1 )fo, 2>.omilal,
"J
I
"
t
(b) ~
"
"J
t
"
(c){
" IT
l" '
10. S,lect lhecorrecl plOlSfonhe pholoeleroic current.

Intensity oj ...
incident radiaOon
Frequency of ...
incidenl radlation
"
~t
(c) i~
"'
,
~!f--------
(d)~~
"' L -
Wa.elongU101- Frequency 01--
incidont radla!ion incident radlaoion
11. Pholoelectronemi"ion isooo.erwdror th,eedilTerenlmel.ls,t. H LndC. Thekinetic
energy of lhe fa,!.,! rholoeleClron, vmu>frequency',,' i, plollN for each metal.
II.nicb or thefollowinllllraph show. thephenomenoocorrectly?
("~ "c (OJ ~Lic
Frequency H __ Frequency (v) __
,'J ~u~_'" ~E : : : : : : : : : : : : ~~
F"'qcrency (v) -- FroqueneyM--
n. W.ve function uf an orbital ;, plollcd againsl the
di<lancefromnucleus. Thegraphi,-al representation
i,of;
(al L,
(b)2.
(cl2p
(d) 1>
13. ""'biebofthe followingcur'", Rl'resemthe'peed of
th<electron of hydrogen alom as a fun,l;on or
ptincii"'1 qu.m"", numb<...,'n"!
(al t
(bll
(e' 3
(d, 4
o
t
,f;
[4, In lhe graph ~ween J V ."d Z for the Mru;ley's X
equation, F v "a(Z -6),!he intet1;eplaXis I onF v
axis. Wha, is lhc frequency v when the atomic
numbe, Zi, 52'
(a)7.14.-
1
(b)7, -I
(c)2401.-1
(d) 2601,-I
Wh;chof Thefollowingi, theCOrreclrepr=ntalion of plOIof ",dial funclionaga;nSl
lhedistance'F' fromnucleu, (for anelectronof3s-otbital)?
15.
t
01 R
t
(d) R
".
S:lect the correct curve(sl'
("t~
(b)
tL
,
0-
-
0
(0)
,q~
I
( 0)
P.E.
_.l. ....
0
0-
whe.. "'" velocity of .kelron r"radiu, of B"h,
K E.'"kin.,ic enagy of electron P.I'.'"polential energyof elec!ron
19. In the f"Uowing two figures, ('I' I ) i. ptouoo against (r) lIlcdistance from nudeu' :
",2 ..,2
r (Dista r>ce T"Om"""Ieus) ..
-,,'.
i .'\".,.e
,
i \,:". A
: '-'<>'"

Distance !rom nueleus


('l
(b) 30lh (A) and (8) are for 2,
(d) (A) i. fur 2,and (3) is for Is
('l
(a) Both (A) and (ll) an: (,,, Is
(el (A) is for lrand (B) is for 2>
Let u.scotl'id.. following graph for
radi.1 distribution function. Which of
the following has correct malching of
curve and ort>ilal?
(a:_ A (3p) B (3d)C (3.<)
(bjA (3.<)B(3p)C (3d)
(e:. A (3<I)B (3pJC (3s)
(dl A (1,-)11 (3.1)C (3p)
.--_.._-~-
Dis!an"" fromnucleus

MATRIX MATCH TYPE)


Each question ofthi, sectiun contain, <talemc-n!Sgiven m two colull'tJ lSwhich have to
be match.d, Stat"""",!, (a, b, c, d) in Column-I ha,'. to be nmehod with statements
(p. q. r, .J in Column-II. The an,wers to the question, have to be appropriately
bubbled .$illu'!rale<! in the following example. If lhe correct matches are (a-q. fl.
(b-p, 'J . (c.,. s) and (d-q). then the wITtetly bubbled malrix will look like lhe
following:
L M'l<h the Column-I with Column-II.
C"lumu-1
(a) 4s
(b) 4p
(c) Is
(d) 3d
2. MatchtheColumn-l withCOIUnJ D-Il.
Column-j
(.) Radial functi,mR
(b) Angular fuocl;on 8
(e) Angular function <1'
(d) Quanb,ed ang~l.r momentum
3. Matchthe{:"Iumo.i withColumn-no
Culumn-!
(Ph.nom~noRrel~tcdtoeledron)
(a) Working of cleeuo~microscope
(b) Pho!oc1omic cffeo;t
(e) l)iffrac,"""
(d) Scintilla!ion
Column-II
(P) Ci,cularorbit around nudous
(q) Non_dire.. '!ion.lorbital
~
(f) AngullITmorncntum=-
"
(.) !'umber offadial uOOe- 0
Column_II
(p) I'rmoipal quantum numb""
(q) Azimuth.1 q\UUllUmnumber
(r) Magnelie quanlwn numbef
(.) Spin quantum numbef
Culumn-]1
(Chr.dcr uftbe.llnm)
(PJ W",'cn.mre
(q) Panicle n.mrc
If) I'a"ido u.ru", dominate.lhe wave
nature
(s) W",'. n.mre domin.l"" lb.
particle namrc.
4. Matchthc Colomn-I withColumn-II.
Column-I
(a) Bahnet series
(b) J amesCbadwjc~
(c) Planck's thcory
(d) Angul..- momentum
5. M.tch theColumn.1 wltl, Column_H.
Cnlumn-i
(a) Magn<ctic momeoNm
(b) Spin angular ""'m"-.,,tu," of an
electron
(c) Angular momentumof anelectron
;n an orb;t
(d) Orbital angular momentumof an
eketmn
6. AccordingtotheRydbergequation:
!~ R Z l l - ' - - , ] 0, <01
, "
1 1
MatchtbeColnmn-I withColumn-II.
Cotomn_1
(a) Hwnphrey.me.
(b) L}m.n series
(c) Balmer series
(d) Paschenseries
7. MatchtheColumn_I withColumn-II.
Column.1
,. ,
,Kin<;licclICJ gy
Potential energy
")
Potenti.l energy
)
'"
Kinet;c
eneI)'
( , '
PoteIllialenergy
Total energy
'"
~inctic e""rID'
Total e""rID'
Column.1]
(p) Neutron
(q) mvr
(r) Spectnnninvisibleregion
(.) Photon
Column_II
(P)l'(Hl)~
2 .
(q) Jo(n+2,
~. ,
(rl "j1(/+1)-
'"
0 '
(.) 2"
Column.ll
(P) 0,=1
(q) 0t =2
(r)Ot=3
(s) 0t =6
Column_1l
(p) 2
(q) _112
(rl -1
I
I

8. Match the Column_I witb Column_II.


Co'umn_]
(a) Electrons=01 eXIStin the
nucleus
(b) Microscopic panicles m mOI;on
are "'"""i.ted witll
(e) No medium IS required for
pmpag'{;Otl
(d) Concept of orbil . '''PI.oed by
mbilal
9. Match the Column-J witll Col"mn_lI.
Column_II
(P) de BrogUe w.
(q) Ele<.'ttomagnelic wave
(r) Uncenainly principle
COIUlnD_i
(a) rotal energy of eJ eclrtm
(b) Angular tnOmcnNm of eleclto"
<el Polcntialcnorgyofelectton
(d) linear momentum of electron
10. Malch lIleColumn_I w'ithColumn_II.
( , )
( V
(rl
( , )
CalullIo_1I
Proponional "'I,
:-'cgative
P'op"rlion'll0 (\in)
. ,,
i'roportl<mallO (- \.'n )
Column-l
(a) X-ra~,
(b) Determination ofalomic number
(e) Dual nature of malter
(dJ nJ ,.=MsinO
II. Match tho Column_f with Colun,n_lI.
Column_I
(a) LYIllal1serie,
(b) Baltner serie,
(e) Pfund &eli",
(d) Light .mined by >o<liumtamp
12. J .b'cb IhcColumn_I wi!hColumn_II.
Culumn_1
(OrlJ ilal)
(a) S.<
(h) 3d> <
(d4d,),
(d) 3p
COIUllIh_1I
(p) D"'i"iQn and Germe--rexperimeut
(q) Crystal 'lruclurc determination
(rl Mosley', Law
('J Bragg's Law
ColumD_1J
(p) Vi,ib!e "'"~on
(q) lJ Ilra"j"lcl regi""
(f) lnfrart"il region
(s) Line emissiOI' region
ColOllln_1i
(:-;"d~lpr"p.rti"'l
(p) ~"n,berofrndjaJ nr>de_l
(q) Number or 'ngohr n<.>de _ 0
(r) Sumof radio] and angular n<~le~3
(s) l'.'umberoffi\dialnoo.~O
I
I
I). Malch!he Column_I with Column.ll.
Columo-I
(.:. The orbital witb noangular node is
(b, The orbital wimth"", angular node

(e:, The d-orbital wim two angular


nodes
(J I The d-orbital with t,.;o nodal
surfaces
14. MaICh!he Column_1 with Column-II.
Columu-l
(I'ro~rtj .)
(al R,dial wove function R
(b) Angular wa,'c function e
(cI Angular wave function <D
(d) Qu.r.li7.cd ""gular lll<'ll"'T'mm
ColumD-1I
(P) 4[
(q) 1,
(,) d';:_1
(,) d.,
Column_II
(lkpeod"u<e on quantuln oumber)
(P) Priocipal qu'ntum number' n'
(q) Azimu!h.1 qu,ntum number'/"
(,) MagnClic quantum number 'm'
(s) Spin <juamumnumber's'

QUESTIONS WITH SINGLE;)


DIGIT ANSWER
Theall5Kw'" each que.,I;oo of 1M, UCI;oOu,.iogl, Jigit integ~r nogiugfrom 0'u 9.
1. 'Thewavclenl,<th"fa certain line in Raimer Series i, ob'..d tobe 43141 A. To whal
value of' n' doe. lhi, co""'pond? (R H ~ 109678cm-\ )
2. A single electron '1"""" has ionizalion C""'1lY 11180 Umol-
1
. Tbe numbe, of
I"olon, in !henudeus of the 'ystem will be__ .
3, Orbital angula, momentum of 3Hrrbil,l, .ill be__ .
4. A <ub,hell h" I:I, number of o,bitals in !his subshel! are
S. l1Ie numocr "f radialnooe, in .11' orbilOl are __ .
6. Numoc, of visible lin. hen an dewoll returns fmm 5!h ",ba til g,ound Slale in
J 1-<;pIrum i, __ .
7. 1bc numk"T de Broglie "'1l."''' mall<by IIohr e1eeuon in an ",bil of maximum
magnelic quanlum numb., ~i, __ .
8. Spin mul'ip:'ei1}' "f I'-,ubshell with COnflgW1ltionDIIIIJ i, __ .
9. How many lIalrue, lilles inIhe'pcclrum will be"bserved wben electron' ,erum from
71hsh.1l to 2nd ,bell"'
10. Principal qllantum nW1\bo, oflbe ,hell to whieh Iho11-sub,hellli,,1 i,e is __ .
II. Wh.n 4fk,'cl i, cumpletely filled ".ilh ckelrons. the ne" elcclmu will.nle, inl" a
su~hdl "hose (n. I) is cqLUlI10__ .
12. If the lowesl energy X.ray> ho.e w,,,,.<kng!h J ,. ~ J 055, 10-" m "_"uming thallh.
dedmn, inOl~." ,hdls "en nOinfluence. al whal (Z)would a"ons,Iion fromsecond
""'gy le".1 to lhe Ii,S! ""ult in lho ,'mission ofan X_ray,

UNKED COMPREHENSION TYPE)


PAlA(I'ApA-t:
Aadiations emitted by atoms of an element (in excited slate) consist of
definite wavelength; these radiatioos give cI1aracterislic line in the emission
spectrum. When all atomis placed in e:o;ternalmagnetic field, its spectral lines
split into (21+1)lines. This splitting of spe<:lrallines is called Zeeman effect.
If spectral line is due 10transition from 1=1 to I", 0 then in presence of
edemal magr;etic field. splitting of spectral line lakes place into 3 lines.
ITIIn .b<e1J <x "f ole-mal
L-,W m.gnet1c field
[TTT]
//'i"""
E~'cmal TIla1;IletlC
field
The lines after Zeeman splitting correspond to m, =+1, O. -1
Theory of Zeeman splitting shows thallho transitions are allowed when the
magnel>c quantum number changes by 0, :t1.
Ell!:Answer the following questions:
1. Total number of possible values of magnetic quanrurn numl>cr fOT3d level will be :
(a) I (b) 3
(e) 5 (d)7
2. The selection rule<for allowed traIl';'ion, in Zeem, mefTc<tare:
jajonlY/!, "'1 =+1 (b)oniyt!.ml =-1
(e) onlyt ! . m { =0 (d)t!.ml =0, /!, "'I=+1 and t ! . m , =-1
3. Whieh of the following transition i, not allowed ;n heman , plining?
(.)From(/=2.ml =+2)to(/=I, "'I =-+1)
(b) From (/=2. m l =-2)to(/=I, "'[ =0)
(e)Froru(I =2''''1 =0) 1<>(1=1."'( =0)
(d) From(/=2. "'I =-1) 10(/ ~1, "'I =0)
4. Howmany allowed tron, ition' will bethere berwn(I=2.1111 =+2)to 1_ 17
(a) Zero (b) One
(e) Two (d) Three
PQl4(ll~pA-2 :
Three quantum numbers viz. principal quantum number (n~azimu!l1al
quanlum number (I) and magnelic quanlum number (m) are used 10designate
atomic oroilals and Ihese are derived from $chrOdir1'gerwave equatioo. The
another quantum number called spin quantum number is aJ soused to spec~y
an electron in atombut it is not derivoo from SchrOdinger wave equation.
The spin arlgular momentum is constant and cannot change.
Spinangular momentum_)5 (5+I}!!.., i3 !!.
2" 4"
It is a vector quantity and rtcan have only two orientatioos relative \0 the
selected axis, The orientations are distinguished by the spin quantum number
m,.
m. "'+..! for clockwise spin (spin upi)
2
m. '"' _ ..! lor anticlockwise spin (spin do.vn.L)
2
SAnswer the following questions:
I. The wmponcnl' of ,pin angular momentum "ector .round the cbo<en axis "'" lim;led
to ;
(a)-;; (b):t
221t
lej J3 h (d) ~0.h
" "
2. Whatwilll>elhet{lt,1spill ofFe
l
ion'!
(.)5>~ (b)4,,~
, ,
,
(c)3~- (d)I
,
3. M"~'IleticqU./llum number "l""'ifie, :
(a)sizeoforbitals (b)shop"oforbital.
(e)orientalimlS of orbir,l, in'p.ce (d) nuclear,lJ bilily
4. Theenergyof aoelectroninanatomic"rbilal "f am,,1ticlcclwn,t"m depend,"" :
(a) lbe principal quaomm number only
(b) lbe priocipal and azimulbal qualln,m numbers only
(c) Ibe principal. .zimulhal and magnetic quanlum numbers "nly
<d) lb. principal. azimulhal. magnotic and ,pin qLlaotumnumbe",
PWA4tt~PA-J :
In 1908, W.Ritz gave a principle called Ritz combina.lion principle.
According to this principle, wave number ot any spectral line is represented by
the combination of two terms. One of lt1e two terms is conslanl and other is
variable. Wave numoor 01spectrallransition may be calculated as
_ R R
"----
x2 y2

where, x and yare variable integers for H-atom, The generalised formula
10' " y ' " , o o " ,omm,~~: : ' 1 ' ~" _ , )
). n2 n
2
, ,
R
H
=Rydberg coflStanl ~ 109768.76 cm-
1
aAnswer the following questions:
L For " ,hid of the following tran,ition. the de Broglie momentum is ma~imum?
(.)2-->1 (b)3....2
(c)4...3 (d)S-+4
2. \Vb.1 is theW" 'C number oflransition bet" ,,,,,,, thetwo level, who,e sum is 5and
differenceis I?
(al 8.2- lO-~cm-l (b}n66~ lO" " ;cm-
1
(e)3x100-4.
m
-1 (d)]0.3" 10-4" " ,-1
3. If the ,honest wavelengthof II-alom in Balmerseriesis ;'1 dlenthe longesl
" avclcngth inIlle LYIIlOll series will be:
(a)G2n] (b}Q3H
1
(e) Q4H
1
(d}fiSH
l
4. Which of the following is 'rue for ,cries limit?
(a) " I=0. (b) n2=O
(e) " 1 =00 (d) n] =00
P(>t~, , , pt.-' t:
When electron jumps from higher orbrt to lower orbrt, then energy is
radiated in the tormof electromagnetic radiation and these radiations are used
to record the emission spectrum,
En~ rgy of electron may be calC\1 latedas
E =_ 2" 2m, , z2e4
n
2
h
2
where, me =rest mass of electron.
AE =(E" , - En, ) - 1 3.6. Z2 [_' -_' _] eV per atom
n
2
n
2
, ,
This equation was also used by Rydberg to calculate the wave number of a
,," " " ',, '" ' '" " 0:O ~f ~R " Z' [ ' f _ ,~ ]m'
where.R
H
=1 .1 .1 0
7
m-
1
{Rydberg constant)

1
1 1 1
-~--.-
'" roN me
Here, roN '" mass of nucleus. me '" mass 01 electrorl.
iiiAnswer the following questions:
For Lyman, Balmer, Paschen, Brackett and Pfuoo series the value of
111~1,2. 3, 4,5 respectiVely andnz '" ",tarsalies limit. 11an electron jumps from
higher orbit n to ground state than l1\J mberof spectral line will be nez. Ritz
modified the Rydberg equation by replacing the rest mass of electron with
reduced mass ("'~
1 . The <'Iniss;oo ,pectrum oflle' inv"h'ts Iran,ili"" of electron from n; nl such thaI
n2 +nl '" 8and nl -nl '"4. 'Wh.t . ill be the tOlal number onines ir the spttl1 1 J m?
(a)10 (b)15 (el20 (d)21
1 . In which of the following region the .peettum "f He. will be ol:sc,",'ed in a!><",e
lJ atl,ilion?
(.jUltraviolet (b)Visible (0)Inmu-ed (d)Farin(""ed
3. Wh.! will b<;the value of modifiod Rydb<rg's con'tanl, if the nude"-' !la-'Iog mass
m~' and the declron h.ving roMSm, ,evol\'c around thc OC~ltreof the ma-"?
(
1 1 1 1 0 1 c III,
a)Rllx-',- (~)RII"-
m, mN
III,,'
(d)R
If
"---
III," III,
4. Th< ratio of dlCwav<l.ngdl of the fiN line t" that ohcoond lin. o:-r .",h'n ",rie, of
H_.rom is:
(d)~a_A
,
(.)256,1 75 (b)1 75:256 (e)l5:1 6 Id1 .o>.1 5
5. If the wO',c\t"llgthof seri lim;t of Lym:m's ""riC'Sof He ion i,a A, 'hen what will be
the ".",'el.ngth of serie, limit of Balnler ,ories for Li 2+ion?
(a) 9<>A (Ii) 4a A (0) SaA
, . ,
PtvruJ1ApA-r, :
were.
The Schrbdinger wave equation lor H-atom is
2 8~2m
Y'l'+ __ ( E_V)'l'''"-O
h'
" " "
,_2 I, ( (,
" ,,"---.--'--
I"x2 ,;y2 t.z2
E = Total energy and V = Potential energy
Wave function 'l' may be given as,
'l'{r.M) .. R(rl A(61 1 J '(~1
-

Ris radial wave function which is func~on 01ronty, where ris the distance
from nucleus. Band 41are angula, wave function. R
2
is known as radial
probability oonsity and 4nr
2
R
2
dr is known as radial probability function, i.e.,
the probability 01finding the electron in spherical shell of thickness dr.
Number 01radial nooo =-n ~I-l
Number of angular node = - I
For hydrogen atom, wave fullCliOil loris and 2s- orbitals are:
_ g .- z ,I ~ Q
',- - -
, na g
"
'1'20 =[-'-) [ 2_
Z
, j e - z , l a
o
2ao HO
The plot of radial probability function 4n,2
A
2 against r will be:
~~i
,- r _ _
(d) r="o
,
(aJr= la
o
The ".Iue of"rliu. 'r' for 4alomic ",bital ofH'alOm at which Ihc radial node will
nist maybegiven as;
"0
(h)r=-
,
The following gn<ph is ploue<.!for ns- <>rbitals
Answer the following questions: iii

,.
t
~

Th. value of" n' will be :


(.)1 (b)2 (0)3 (d}4
3. Who[ will be the number ofangul.T ood.fur 4lalOmic orbitals'
(a) 0 (b)I (c) 2 (d)3
4. Iflbe nodes at inflllity i,0<>1oegltt'ed. then whO!will be'he 'otal numbc..- of nod". of
5d atomic omi'al uf .iogle c1.etnm .- pecic.?
(.)3 (I2 (0)4 (d)S
5. Wha' will bethe value of radins of batomic orbital ofll.alom a! which 1100 maxima of
probabilily cu, .w;1I e,iSl'
(a)~ (b) ~ le)2u
o
(d)<lo
, ,