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13. Arrange the elements with the following electronic configurations in the
increasing order of electron affinity (i) IS 2 2S2 2P3 (ii) IS2 2S2 2P4 (iii) IS2 2S2
2P3 (iv) IS2 2S2 2Pb 3S23P4
a) i < ii < iii < iv b) iv < iii < ii < i c) iii < ii < iv < i d) ii < iii < i < iv
14. Ratio of frequency of revolution of electron in the 2 nd excited state of He+ and
2nd state of hydrogen is:
32 27
a) b) c) 1/54 d) 27/2
27 32
O
15. A photon with a wavelength of 4000 A is used to break the iodine molecule,
then the % of energy converted to the K.E. of iodine atoms if bond
dissociation energy of I 2 molecule is 246.5 kJ/mol
a) 8% b) 12% c) 17% d) 25%
16. When lithium is irradiated with light, one finds a stopping potential of 1.83V
o o
for l = 3000 A and 0.80V for l = 4000 A . With the known charge on the electron,
the work function of lithium is
a) 4.6eV b) 10.2 eV c) 2.3 eV d) 1.2 eV
17. Maximum number of total nodes is present in
a) 5s b) 5p
c) 5d d) all have same number of nodes
18. The mass to charge ratio (m/e) for a unipossitive cation is 1.5 108 kg / c . What
is the mass of this cation
a) 2.4 1019 g b) 2.4 1027 g c) 2.4 1024 g d) 2.4 1021 g
19. An electron in an atom jumps in a such a way that its K.E changes from x to
x
. The change in P.E will be
4
3 3 3 3
a) x b) x c) + x d) x
2 8 4 4
20. Find the value of wave number ( u) in terms of Rydbergs constant, when
trasition of electron takesplace between 2 levels of He + ion whose sum is 4
and difference is 2
8R H 32R H 3R H 5R H
a) b) c) d)
9 9 4 36
21. No of revolutions made by the electron in one sec in 2nd orbit of Be3+
a) 1.311016 b) 2.13 1016 c) 1.23 1015 d) 2.68 1014
22. An electron is revolving in the 2 nd orbit of He+ ion. To this if 12.1 eV of energy
supplied. Then to which orbit it will be excited.
a) 6 b) 8 c) 4 d) 2
23. Angular momentum of an orbit of a H like species in which the electron
revolving is 4.2197 1034 JS . The number of waves made by the electron in that
orbit.
a) 6 b) 4 c) 8 d) 2
24. Consider that azimuthal quantum number (l) is having (n + 1) values instead
of 0 to (n 1) value for any value of principle quantum number n. If all the
laws of electronic configuration are applicable then what will be the spin only
magnetic moment of Fe2+ ion.
(A) 2.82 BM (B) 4.89 BM
(C) 3.87 BM (D) 1.73 BM
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25. If l1 and l 2 denote the deBroglie wavelength of two particles with same
masses but charges in the ratio of 1 : 2 after they are accelerated from rest
through the same potential difference, then
(A) l1 = l 2 (B) l1 < l 2
(C) l1 > l 2 (D) none of these
26. Suppose a particle has four quantum numbers such that the permitted
values are those as given below :
n : 1, 2, 3.
l : ( n  1) , ( n  3 ) , ( n  5 ) ..... but no negative number
1 1
l+
J: l  if
or the latter is not negative
2 2
m : J in integral steps to +J
Thus how many particles could be fitted into the n = 2 shell ?
(A) 4 (B) 6
(C) 8 (D) 12
27. Consider the following plots for 2sorbital :
x y
r r
(I) (II)
r
(III)
x, y and z are respectively,
(A) y, y 2 and 4pr 2 R 2 (B) y 2 , y and 4pr 2 y 2
(C) 4pr 2y 2 ,y 2 and y (D) y 2 , 4pr 2 y 2 and y
28. If the lowest energy Xrays have l = 4.0 108 m, estimating the minimum
difference in energy between two Bohr orbit, where an electronic transition
would correspond to the emission of an Xray, at what minimum Z (atomic
number) would a transition from the second energy level to the first result in
the emission of an Xray?
(A) Z = 2 (B) Z = 3
(C) Z = 4 (D) Z = 5
29. If a0 be the radius of first Bohr's orbit of Hatom, the deBroglie's wavelength
of an electron revolving in the third Bohr's orbit will be
(A) 6pa0 (B) 4pa0
(C) 2pa0 (D) pa0
30. Choose the incorrect statement regarding spin quantum no.
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(A)the spin of an electron is an intrinsic angular momentum which cannot
spontaneously changed or eliminated.
(B)spin is not a quantum mechanical phenomenon
(C)two type of spins can be distinguished by spin magnetic quantum number.
(D)spin quantum number describes the electron not the orbital.
31. When an excited state of Hatom emits a photon of wavelength l and returns
to the ground state, the principal quantum number of excited state is given
by
(A)
( lR  1) (B) lR ( lR  1)
lR
lR
(C) (D) lR ( lR + 1)
( lR  1)
32. If a certain metal was irradiated by using two different light radiations of
frequency x and 2x the kinetic energy of the ejected electrons are y and 3y
respectively. The threshold frequency of the metal will be
(A) x/3 (B) x/2
(C) 3x/2 (D) 2x/3
33. How many times does the e go round the first Bohrs orbit of H in one

second.
A) 9.67 1015 B) 8.06 1015 C) 6.57 1015 D) 4.34 1015
34. Two particles A and B are in motion. If the wavelength associated with
particle A is 8 107 m , calculate the wavelength associated with particle B if its
momentum is 1 4 of A.
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39. Alveoli are tiny sacs in the lungs whole average diameter is 5 1010 m ; an
oxygen molecule is trapped in a sac the uncertainty in the velocity of oxygen
molecule within a sac is:
A) 2.0m / sec B) 3.0m / sec C) 1.0m / sec D) 4.0m / sec
40. How many elements would be lie in the third period of periodic table if the
spin quantum no has the values 1 2 , 0 , +1 2 ?
A) 12 B) 8 C) 27 D) 24
42. In an oil drop experiment, the following charges ( in arbitrary units) were
found on a series of oil droplets:
2.30 1015 , 6.90 1015 ,1.38 1014 ,5.75 1015 ,3.45 1015 ,1.96 1014 .
The experimental value suggests the magnitude of the charge on the electron
is ( in the same arbitrary unit)
1) 2.30 1015 2) 1.38 1014 3) 6.90 1015 4) 1.15 1015
43. The pH of 0.2 M NaHCO3 solutions at 250C is 9.2. A 22 mL 2.0 M solution of
H 2CO3 when treated with 80 mL 0.5 M NaOH results into formation of
H 2CO3  NaHCO3 buffer with pH of 8.6. Hence, pK a of H 2CO3 is
2
46.
In hybridization the orbitals involved are
A) B)
and and
C) and D)
and
47.
Probability of finding an electron of s orbital doesnt depend upon.
A) Distance from nucleus B) Energy of s orbital
C) Principal quantum number D) Azimutal quantum number
48.
An electron is accelerated from rest and it has wavelength of by how
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much amount potential should be dropped so that wavelength associated with
electron becomes .
A) 25 V B) 50 V C) 75 V D) 12.5 V
49. Let be the frequency of the series limit of Lyman series, be the frequency of
first line of Lyman series and be the frequency of series limit of Balmer series
then :
A) B) C) D)
none of these
50. For which of the following orbital, the radial, and the angular nodes as
well as number of nodal planes have all the same value ?
(a) 3px (b) 4py (c) 3s (d) 4d xy
51. A proton and an particle are accelerated through the same potential
difference. The ratio of the deBroglie wave length of proton and particle is
1
(A) 2 (B)
2
(C) 2 2 (D) 2
52. 3h 3 h
The orbit and orbital angular momentum of an electron are 2p
and .
2 p
respectively. The number of radial and angular nodes for the orbital in which
the electron is present are respectively
A) 0, 2 B) 2, 0 C) 1, 2 D) 2, 2
54. What is the most probable distance of 1s electron in a He+ ion. If wave function
Z 3  zr / a0
for 1s orbital is given by y =
p a03
.e ( a0 = 52.9 Pm )
A) 52.9 pm B) 105.8 pm C) 26.45 pm D) 13.225 pm
56. Radius of 3rd orbit of Li2+ ion is x cm then de Broglie wavelength of electrons
in the first orbit is (in cm)
2px
(A) 6px (B)
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2px 8px
(C) (D)
3 3
57. In an oil drop experiment, the following charges ( in arbitrary units) were
found on a series of oil droplets:
2.30 1015 , 6.90 1015 ,1.38 1014 ,5.75 1015 ,3.45 1015 ,1.96 1014 .
The experimental value suggests the magnitude of the charge on the electron
is ( in the same arbitrary unit)
A) 2.30 1015 B) 1.38 1014 C) 6.90 1015 D) 1.15 1015
58.
59.
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE  SOLUTIONS
Single solutions
1. D
2. Total number of nodes = n1
3. C
4. A
5. B
6. D
7. A
8. D
9. B
10. C
11. C
12. C
13. C
14. A
12400
15. Energy of one photon =
4000
= 3.1 eV
Energy supplied by one mole photon in KJ/mole =
3.11.6 1019 1023 103 = 297 kJ mol 1
297  246.5
\ % of energy converted to K .E = = 17%
297
hC
16. = W0 + KE1
l1
lC
= W0 + KE2
l2
\ W0 = 2.3 eV
17. Total number of nodes = n1
m
8 19
18. Mass = e = 1.5 10 kg / c 1.6 10 c
e
= 2.4 1027 kg = 2.4 1024 g
x 3x
19. Change in KE =  x =
4 4

3x
3x
Change in PE = 2 =
4 2
n1 + n 2 = 4
20.
n1  n 2 = 2
2n1 = 6
n1 = 3
n2 = 1
1 1
32R H
u =  R H ( 2 ) =
2
1 9
9
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22
21. f = 65.5 1014 3
n
f = 13110 .1.311016
14
22. Conceptual
h
23. n = 4.2197 1034
2p
On solving n = 4
24. Since l is having (n + 1) values \ Electronic configuration of Fe will be
Fe = 1s2 1p6, 2s2 2p6 3s2 2d8
\ Fe2+ ion = 1s2 1p6 2s2 2p6 2d8
\ spin only = n(n + 2) = 2(4) = 8 BM
h
25. l= KE = eV
2mKE
l1 KE1
same mass =
l2 KE1
26. n 2
=
l= 1
J = 1 1
2
m= 1 1 1 1 1 1
 1 ,  , + , +1  ,+
2 2 2 2 2 2
Total  6
27. Plot I : x = R 2
Plot II : y = R
Plot III : z = 4pr 2 R 2
hc ( 6.63 10 ) ( 3 10 )
34 8
28. E= = = 5 1018 J
l 4.0 1018
3
DE H = ( 2.178 10 18 J ) = 1.63 1818 J
4
DE = DE H .z 2
DE 5.0 1018
or z = = = 3.06
2
DE n 1.63 1018
z=2
nh
29. mvrn = .(i)
2p
h
deBroglie equation = P = = mv (ii)
l
placing the value of mv from (ii) and (i) for 3 rd orbit
h 3h
r3 =
l 2p
l 2p
=
hr3 3h
2pr3
l=
3
or r3 = n 2 a 0 = 9a 0
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2p.9a 0
so l= = 6pa 0
3
30. spin is purely a quantum mechanical phenomenon.
1
1 1
31. = R  2
l 1 n2
Rl
n 22 =
Rl  1
Rl
n2 =
Rl  1
K.E1 v1  v0
32. =
K.E 2 v 2  v 0
y x  v0
=
3y 2x  v 0
2x  v 0 = 3 ( x  v 0 )
x
v0 =
2
33. C
v1
Hints: Number of rounds by e in first orbit = 2p r
1
34. A
hA hB 1
Hints: lA = lB = pB = pA
pA pB 4
8 107 1
= lB = 32 10 7 m
lB 4
35. B
3
1 1 2r a0
Hints: y2 = e
p a0
3 3
1 1 1
At nucleus r = 0 and in 1 orbit r = a0 y = e0 at a = a0
st 2
p a0 a0
3
1 1 2 y n2
y n2 = e ; = e2
p a0 y O2
36. B
Hints: E = 5 4.18 = 20.9 J
nhc x 6.626 1034 3 108
E= 20.9 =
l 420 109
x 4.42 1019 photons
37. A
430.53 103
Hints: EH  H ( B.D.E ) = J = 7.15 10 19 J
6.023 1023
6.626 1034 3 108
E photon = 9
= 7.83 1019 J
253.7 10
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Energy converted into K.E = Energy left after dissociation of bond
= ( 7.83  7.15 ) 10 19 J
= 0.68 1019 J
0.68 1019
% of energy converted into K .E 100 8.68%
7.83 1019
38. D
1 1 n2  22 1 22
Hints: = = 1 2
l C2 2
n C2 n2
22 1 1
= 2  2
C2 2 n2
22
RH = C2 = 4 / RH
C2
39. A
Hints: Uncertainty in position = diameter = 5 1010 m
h
Dx.DV
4p m
6.626 1034
DV = 2.0m / sec
32 103 10
4 3.14 5 10
6.023 10 23
40. C
Hints: 1 ,0, +1
n = 3, l = 0, m = 0 3
2 2
1,+==
l m 1,0, 1 3 3 9
2,++==
l m 2, 1,0, 1, 2 5 3 =15 27
41.
42.
Ans: D
1.15 1015 , which is the largest number which divides all the given
experimental values of the charge.
The smallest charge noted is 2.30 1015 , but this charge doesnt seem as unit
charge, doesnt divide others into even number of times.
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Actually, it represents the charges of 2 electrons.
43.
Ans: A
HCO3 is amphirprotic anion.
pK a1 + pK a2
pH of HCO3 solution =
2
1
Thus, 9.2 ( given) = =
2
(pK a1 + pK a2 )
Second half of question provides information to calculate pK a with the help of
1
HendersonHallbasch equation.
pH = pK a + log
[ Salt ]
[ Acid ]
H 2CO3 + NaOH NaHCO3 + H 2O
initial m mole 22 2 80 0.5 0
=44 =40
After reaction 4 0 40
40
Thus, 8.6 = pK a + log
4
pK a = 7.6
Hence, from above
1
9.2 =
2
(
7.6 + pK a2 )
pK a2 = 10.8
44. Conceptual
45. Conceptual
46. dx 2  y 2 and dz 2 are along the axis
47. Azimutal gives shape of orbital.
48.
and
Hence potential should be dropped by 25 V.
49. Conceptual
50. SOL: (A) Radial nodes = n l 1
For 3p it is = 1
Angular nodes = nodal planes = l
For 3p it is = 1
h
51. l=
2qVm
h
l =
2 2 V m
h
l =
2 2 V 4
h
lp =
2
1 V m p
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h
lp =
2
1 V 1
lP 16
=
l 2
lP
=2 2
l
52.
Orbit angular momentum,
54.
For ; we get
1 1
55. 2.55 = 13.6 1 2  2
nA nB
nA = 2, nB = 4
\ no of photons emitted
4 3
= = 6.
2
n2
r
Z
56.
r1 n12 1 1
= = =
r3 n22 32 9
x
r1 = \ r = x
9 3
\ 2pr = nl
x
\ 2p = 1l
9
2px
l =
9
57.
Ans: D
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1.15 1015 , which is the largest number which divides all the given
experimental values of the charge.
The smallest charge noted is 2.30 1015 , but this charge doesnt seem as unit
charge, doesnt divide others into even number of times.
Actually, it represents the charges of 2 electrons.
58.
59.
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