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Carbon and compounds


Hots question

1. Name two allotropes of carbon.


2. Why covalent compounds have low melting and boiling points?

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3. Give two properties of ethanol.
4. What are heteroatoms?
5. Define catalyst.

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6. Name the peculiar/specific chemical property exclusive in case of saturated hydrocarbons and unsaturated
hydrocarbons.
7. Why does carbon forms large number of compounds?
8. Write the structural formula for bromopentane and ethanoic acid.
9. How does ethanoic acid react with carbonates and hydrogen carbonates? Show it with the equation.
10. Draw the structures of two isomers of butane.
11. Differentiate between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Give one example for each.

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12. Diamond and graphite show different physical properties although they are made up of carbon and shows
same chemical properties. What is the property called?
13. What is denatured alcohol?
14. What is esterification and give its uses?
15. Give difference between soap and detergent.

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Carbon and compounds
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Hots question

1. Name two allotropes of carbon.


2. Why covalent compounds have low melting and boiling points?
3. Give two properties of ethanol.
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4. What are heteroatoms?


5. Define catalyst.
6. Name the peculiar/specific chemical property exclusive in case of saturated hydrocarbons and unsaturated
hydrocarbons.
7. Why does carbon forms large number of compounds?
8. Write the structural formula for bromopentane and ethanoic acid.
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9. How does ethanoic acid react with carbonates and hydrogen carbonates? Show it with the equation.
10. Draw the structures of two isomers of butane.
11. Differentiate between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Give one example for each.
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12. Diamond and graphite show different physical properties although they are made up of carbon and shows
same chemical properties. What is the property called?
13. What is denatured alcohol?
14. What is esterification and give its uses?
15. Give difference between soap and detergent.

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Carbon and compounds
Sampel paper

1. (a) Complete the following equations:

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(b) Write the name of the following:
(i) CH3CH2COOH (ii) CH3CH2Br
(c) Draw the electron dot structure of ethene (C2H4).
(CBSE 2008 C)
2. (a) Name the compound CH3CH2OH and identify its functional group.

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(b) Give a chemical test to distinguish between ethanol and ethanoic acid.
(c) Name the product formed when an organic acid reacts with an alcohol in presence of an
acid catalyst. What is the name assigned to this type of reaction?
(AI CBSE 2008 C)
3. (a) Name the compound CH3COOH and identify its functional group.
(b) Give a chemical test to identify this compound.
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(c) Name the gas evolved when this compound acts on solid sodium carbonate. How would
you identify this gas?
4. (a) Give a chemical test to distinguish between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
(b) (i) Name the products formed when ethanol burns in air.
(ii) What two forms of energy are liberated on burning alcohol?
(c) Why is the reaction between methane and chlorine considered a substitution reaction?
(AI CBSE 2008 C)
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5. Give reason for the following observations:


(a) The element carbon forms a very large number of compounds.
(b) Air holes of a gas burner have to be adjusted when the heated vessels get blackened by
the flame.
(c) Use of synthetic detergents causes pollution of water. (CBSE 2009)
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6. (a) What is vinegar?


(b) Describe with a chemical equation, what happens when sodium hydrogen carbonate
reacts with ethanoic acid.
7. (a) Write the names of the functional groups in:
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(b) Describe a chemical test to distinguish between ethanol and ethanoic acid.
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(c) Write a chemical equation to represent what happens when hydrogen gas is passed
through an unsaturated hydrocarbons in the presence of nickel as a catalyst.
(CBSE 2009 F)
8. (a) Why does carbon form compounds mainly by covalent bonding?
(b) List any two reasons for carbon forming a very large number of compounds.

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(c) An organic acid ‘X’ is a liquid which often freezes during winter time in cold countries,
has the molecular formula, C2H4O2. On warming it with ethanol in the presence of a few drops
of concentrated sulphuric acid, a compound ‘Y’ with a sweet smell is formed.
(i) Identify ‘X’ and ‘Y’.
(ii) Write a chemical equation for the reaction involved. (CBSE 2008)

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9. (a) What is homologous series of compounds? List any two characteristics of a homologous
series.
(b) (i) What would be observed on adding 5% solution of alkaline potassium permanganate

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solution drop by drop to some warm ethanol taken in a test tube?
(ii) Write the name of the compound formed during the chemical reaction.
(c) How would you distinguish experimentally between an alcohol and a carboxylic acid on
the basis of a chemical property?
(CBSE 2008)
10. (a) What is a functional group in a carbon compound? Identify the functional group present

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in CH3COOH and C2H5OH.
(b) State the principle on which the cleansing action of soap is based.
(CBSE 2008)
11. (a) What is homologous series? Give one example.
(b) What will happens if ethanoic acid reacts with ethanol in the presence of an acid as a
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Name the reaction. Write the chemical reaction for this reaction.
(c) Why are soaps ineffective in hard water?
(CBSE 2008 C)
12. (a) Distinguish between esterification and saponification reactions of organic compounds.
(b) With a labelled diagram describe an activity to show the formation of an ester.
(AI CBSE 2009)
13. (a) The structural formula of an ester is
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Write the structural formula of the corresponding alcohol and the acid.
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(b) (i) Mention the experimental conditions involved in obtaining ethene from ethanol.
(ii) Write the chemical equation for the above reaction.
(c) Explain the cleansing action of soap.
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Carbon and compounds
Test paper

Total Time: 25 mins

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Total Mark: 15
1. Give the electron dot structure of CO2.
(2 Marks)
2. What is hydrogenation? What is its industrial application?

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(2 Marks)
3. What is functional group? Identify the functional group present in CH3COOH and C2H5OH.
(3 Marks)
4. Explain the mechanism of cleaning action of soaps.
(3 Marks)
5. (a) What are hydrocarbons?
(b) Give difference between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.

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(c) Why does carbon form large number of compounds?
(5 Marks)

Carbon and compounds


Test paper
Total Time: 25 mins AC Total Mark: 15
1. Give the electron dot structure of CO2.
(2 Marks)
2. What is hydrogenation? What is its industrial application?
(2 Marks)
3. What is functional group? Identify the functional group present in CH3COOH and C2H5OH.
(3 Marks)
4. Explain the mechanism of cleaning action of soaps.
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(3 Marks)
5. (a) What are hydrocarbons?
(b) Give difference between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
(c) Why does carbon form large number of compounds?
(5 Marks)
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Carbon and compounds


Test paper
Total Time: 25 mins
Total Mark: 15
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1. Give the electron dot structure of CO2.


(2 Marks)
2. What is hydrogenation? What is its industrial application?
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3. What is funcational group? Identify the functional group present in CH3COOH and C2H5OH.
(3 Marks)
4. Explain the mechanism of cleaning action of soaps.
(3 Marks)
5. (a) What are hydrocarbons?
(b) Give difference between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
(c) Why does carbon form large number of compounds?
(5 Marks)

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Chemical reactions Hots question
1. What is a redox reaction?
2. What is corrosion? Explain its advantage and disadvantage.
3. What is rancidity? How can we reduce the problem of rancidity?
4. How is corrosion different from rusting?

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5. What is meant by endothermic and exothermic reactions? Give suitable example for each.
6. Define different types of chemical reaction and give examples for each.
7. Why is photosynthesis considered as an endothermic reaction?

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8. In electrolysis of water, why is the volume of gas collected over one electrode double that of the other
electrode?
9. What happens when water is added to solid calcium oxide taken in a container? Write a chemical formula
for the same.
10. Give one use of quick lime.
11. Give three types of decomposition reaction.
12. Name the compound used for testing CO2 gas.

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Chemical reactions Hots question
1. What is a redox reaction?
2. What is corrosion? Explain its advantage and disadvantage.
3. What is rancidity? How can we reduce the problem of rancidity?
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4. How is corrosion different from rusting?
5. What is meant by endothermic and exothermic reactions? Give suitable example for each.
6. Define different types of chemical reaction and give examples for each.
7. Why is photosynthesis considered as an endothermic reaction?
8. In electrolysis of water, why is the volume of gas collected over one electrode double that of the other
electrode?
9. What happens when water is added to solid calcium oxide taken in a container? Write a chemical formula
for the same.
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10. Give one use of quick lime.


11. Give three types of decomposition reaction.
12. Name the compound used for testing CO2 gas.

Chemical reactions Hots question


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1. What is a redox reaction?


2. What is corrosion? Explain its advantage and disadvantage.
3. What is rancidity? How can we reduce the problem of rancidity?
4. How is corrosion different from rusting?
5. What is meant by endothermic and exothermic reactions? Give suitable example for each.
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6. Define different types of chemical reaction and give examples for each.
7. Why is photosynthesis considered as an endothermic reaction?
8. In electrolysis of water, why is the volume of gas collected over one electrode double that of the other
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electrode?
9. What happens when water is added to solid calcium oxide taken in a container? Write a chemical formula
for the same.
10. Give one use of quick lime.
11. Give three types of decomposition reaction.
12. Name the compound used for testing CO2 gas.

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Chemical reactions
Sample paper

Q1. What happens chemically when quick lime is added to water?

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Q2. How will you test for the gas which is liberated when HCL reacts with an active metal?
Q3. What is an oxidation reaction? Is it exothermic or endothermic? Give one example of
oxidation Reaction.

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Q4. Give an example of photochemical reaction.
Q5. Give an example of a decomposition reaction. Describe any activity to illustrate such a
reaction by heating.
Q6. Why is respiration considered as exothermic process?
Q7. Balance the following chemical equation.
Fe(s) +H2O(g) = Fe3O4 + H2(g)

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MnO2 + HCL = MnCl2 + Cl2 + H2O
HNO3 + Ca(OH)2 = Ca(NO3)2 + H2O
Q8. On what basis is a chemical equation balanced?
Q9. State any two observations in an activity suggesting the occurrence of a chemical reaction.
Q10. Name a reducing agent which may be used to obtain manganese from manganese dioxide.
Q11. What change in colour is observed when silver chloride is left exposed to sunlight? Also
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mention the type of chemical reaction.
Q12. Define a combination reaction. Give one example of an exothermic combination reaction.
Q13. What is observed when a solution of potassium iodide is added to lead nitrate solution?
What type of reaction is this? Write a balanced chemical equation for this reaction.
Q14. Distinguish between an exothermic and an endothermic reaction.
Q15. Distinguish between a displacement and a double displacement reaction.
Q16. Identify the type of reaction in the following:
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Fe + CuSO4(aq) = FeSO4(aq) + Cu(s)


2H2 + O2 = 2H2O
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Chemical reactions Test paper
Maximum marks- 30
Maximum time- 45 minutes
1. Explain the process of corrosion and rusting. (2 marks)
2. How is exothermic reaction different from an endothermic reaction? (3 marks)

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3. Explain four different types of chemical reaction with suitable examples. (8 marks)
4. How do we balance a chemical equation? (4 marks)
5. Why are oil and fat containing food items flushed with nitrogen? (3 marks)

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6. What is the difference between displacement and double displacement reaction? Give suitable chemical
equations for the same. (3 marks)
7. Give two uses of quick lime. (2 marks)
8. What is electrolytic decomposition? (2 marks)
9. Identify the following type of reactions:-
▪ Na2SO4 + BaCL2 = BaSO4 + 2NaCL
▪ CaCO3 = CaO + CO2

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▪ Fe + CuSO4 = FeSO4 + Cu (3 marks)

Chemical reactions Test paper

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1. Explain the process of corrosion and rusting. (2 marks)
2. How is exothermic reaction different from an endothermic reaction? (3 marks)
3. Explain four different types of chemical reaction with suitable examples. (8 marks)
4. How do we balance a chemical equation? (4 marks)
5. Why are oil and fat containing food items flushed with nitrogen? (3 marks)
6. What is the difference between displacement and double displacement reaction? Give suitable chemical
equations for the same. (3 marks)
7. Give two uses of quick lime. (2 marks)
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8. What is electrolytic decomposition? (2 marks)


9. Identify the following type of reactions:-
▪ Na2SO4 + BaCL2 = BaSO4 + 2NaCL
▪ CaCO3 = CaO + CO2
▪ Fe + CuSO4 = FeSO4 + Cu (3 marks)
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Chemical reactions Test paper


Maximum marks- 30
Maximum time- 45 minutes
1. Explain the process of corrosion and rusting. (2 marks)
2. How is exothermic reaction different from an endothermic reaction? (3 marks)
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3. Explain four different types of chemical reaction with suitable examples. (8 marks)
4. How do we balance a chemical equation? (4 marks)
5. Why are oil and fat containing food items flushed with nitrogen? (3 marks)
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6. What is the difference between displacement and double displacement reaction? Give suitable chemical
equations for the same. (3 marks)
7. Give two uses of quick lime. (2 marks)
8. What is electrolytic decomposition? (2 marks)
9. Identify the following type of reactions:-
▪ Na2SO4 + BaCL2 = BaSO4 + 2NaCL
▪ CaCO3 = CaO + CO2
▪ Fe + CuSO4 = FeSO4 + Cu (3 mark

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Metal and non-metal
Hots question

1. A metal ‘X’ loses two electrons and a non-metal ‘Y’ gains one electron. Show the electron dot structure of
compound formed between them. Is ionic or covalent? Does it have high melting point or low? Will it conduct

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electricity in solid state or in aqueous solution and why? Will it be soluble in water?
2. A student was given Mn, Zn, Fe and Cu metals. Identify which of them
(a) will not displace H2 from dil. HCl.

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(b) will react only with steam to give H2(g).
(c) Will give H2 with 5% HNO3.
Write the chemical reactions involved.
3. Compound X and aluminium are used to join railway tracks.
(a) Identify the compound X.
(b) Name the reaction.
(c) Write down its reaction.

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4. Samples of five metals ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ and ‘E’ were taken and added to the following solution one
by one. The results obtained have been tabulated as follows.
Metal FeSO4 CuSO4 ZnSO4 AgNO3 Al2(SO4)3 MgSO4
A No reaction, Displacement, No reaction ,Displacement, No reaction ,No reaction
B Displacement ,Displacement ,No reaction ,Displacement, No reaction ,No reaction
C No reaction ,No reaction, No reaction ,Displacement ,No reaction, No reaction
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D No reaction ,No reaction ,No reaction ,No reaction No reaction, No reaction
E Displacement ,Displacement, Displacement ,Displacement, No reaction, No reaction
Use the above table to answer the following questions about the given metals.
(a) Which of them is most reactive and why?
(b) What would you observe if ‘B’ is added to CuSO4?
(c) Arrange ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ and ‘E’ in the increasing order of reactivity.
(d) Container of which metal can store zinc sulphate and silver nitrate solution?
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(e) Which of the above solution(s) can be stored in a container made of any of these metals and
why?

5. A metal A, which is used in thermite process, when heated with oxygen gives an oxide B, which is
amphoteric in nature? Identify A and B. Write down the reactions of oxide B with HC1 and NaOH.
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6. A non-metal A is an important constituent of our food and forms two oxides B and C. Oxide B is
toxic whereas C causes global warming.
(a) Identify A, B and C.
(b) To which group of periodic table does A belong?
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7. An element A reacts with water to form a compound B which is used in white washing. The compound
B on heating forms an oxide which on treatment with water gives back B. Identify A, B and C and
give the reactions involved.
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8. A non-metal A which is the largest constituent of air, when heated with H2 in 1 : 3 ratio in the presence of
catalyst (Fe) gives a gas B. On heating with O2, it gives an oxide C. If this oxide is passed into water in the
presence of air, it gives and acid D which act as a strong oxidising agent.
(a) Identify A, B, C and D.
(b) To which group of periodic table does this non-metal belong?
9. An element A burns with golden flame in air. It reacts with another element B, atomic number 17 to
give a product C. An aqueous solution of product C on electrolysis gives a compound D and
liberates hydrogen. Identify A, B, C and D. Also write down the equations for the reactions involved.

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Periodic table
Hots question

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1. On what basis did Mendeleev classified the element?
2. Define ‘groups and period’?

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3. What is common among all the elements present in one period?
4. Name two alkali metals present in Group 1.
5. An element X belongs to II group and 2nd period. Write atomic number and name of element.
6. The electronic configuration of an atom is 2,8,7. Give its atomic number, nature of oxide.
7. Why are noble gases placed in a separate group?
8. Lithium, sodium potassium belong to same group called alkali metals. Why?
9. Give characteristics of period.
10. State three points of difference between Mendeleev’s Periodic Table and Modern Periodic Table.

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Periodic table
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1. On what basis did Mendeleev classified the element?
2. Define ‘groups and period’?
3. What is common among all the elements present in one period?
4. Name two alkali metals present in Group 1.
5. An element X belongs to II group and 2nd period. Write atomic number and name of element.
6. The electronic configuration of an atom is 2,8,7. Give its atomic number, nature of oxide.
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7. Why are noble gases placed in a separate group?


8. Lithium, sodium potassium belong to same group called alkali metals. Why?
9. Give characteristics of period.
10. State three points of difference between Mendeleev’s Periodic Table and Modern Periodic Table.
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Periodic table
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Hots question

1. On what basis did Mendeleev classified the element?


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2. Define ‘groups and period’?


3. What is common among all the elements present in one period?
4. Name two alkali metals present in Group 1.
5. An element X belongs to II group and 2nd period. Write atomic number and name of element.
6. The electronic configuration of an atom is 2,8,7. Give its atomic number, nature of oxide.
7. Why are noble gases placed in a separate group?
8. Lithium, sodium potassium belong to same group called alkali metals. Why?
9. Give characteristics of period.
10. State three points of difference between Mendeleev’s Periodic Table and Modern Periodic Table.

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Periodic table
Sample paper

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1. How many groups and periods are there in the modern periodic table? How do the atomic size and metallic

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character of elements vary as we move:
(a) down a group and

(b) from left to right in a period (CBSE 2015)


2. How many vertical columns are there in the modern periodic table and what are they called? (CBSE 2013)

3. Given below are some elements of the modern periodic table:

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4Be, 9Fe,14Si, 19K, 20Ca

(i)Select the element that has one electron in the outermost shell and write its electronic configuration.
(ii)Select two elements that belong to the same group. Give reason for you answer.
(iii)Select two elements that belong to the same period. Which one of the two has bigger atomic size?
(CBSE 2013)
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4. Write the number of periods the modern periodic table has. How do the valency and metallic character of
elements vary on moving from left to right in a period? How do the valency and atomic size of elements vary
down a group? (CBSE 2013)

5. An element has atomic number 12.

(a)Write its electronic configuration.


(b)State the group to which it belongs.
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(c)Is it a metal or a non-metal.


(d)Write the formula of its chloride. (CBSE 2012)

7. What physical and chemical properties of elements were used by Mendeleev in creating his Periodic
Table? List two observations which posed a challenge to Mendeleevïs Periodic Law. (CBSE 2008 F)
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8. State any two limitations to Mendeleevis classification.


How does electronic configuration of atoms change in period with increase in atomic number?
(CBSE 2009)

9. (i) How do you calculate the possible valency of an element from the electronic configuration of its atoms?
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(ii) Calculate the valency of element X whose atomic number is 9 (CBSE 2011)

10. On the basis of electronic configuration, how will you identify the first and the last element of a period?
(CBSE 2011)
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Periodic table Test paper

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1. An element X belongs to group 1 and 3 period.
a. Give its electronic configuration
b. Formula when it combines with oxygen
c. State its nature (3)

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2. An element to 3rd period and 17th group of the periodic table, find out
a. The electronic configuration of element on its left and right
b. Its valence electrons
c. Its size with in composition with neighboring elements (3)

3. State some characteristics of periodic table. (2)

4. Define atomic size? (1)


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5. Name two isotopes of carbon. (1)

6. Name any two alkali present in group1. (1)

7. An element X belongs to II group and 2nd period. Write the atomic number and name of element. (2)
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8. The atomic number of X is 17, predict its


a. Valency
b. Formula of its halide
c. Type of ion formed
d. Reactivity with respect to the other of same group (4)
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9. What happens to the valence electrons and valency as we move to left to right in a period and top to bottom
in a period? (2)

10. Name the following elements


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a. Two shells both of which are completely filled


b. Three shells with 2 valence electrons
c. Metals with valency 3, group number 13 and period 3. (3)
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11. An element X from group 1 combines with an element Y from group 17 to form a compound. Both X and
Y belongs to period II.
a. Give the formula of the compound formed
b. Will the compound be ionic or covalent
c. Give its electrons dot structure. (3)

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Acid Base and Salt
Hots question

1. Why is Plaster of Paris stored in a moisture proof container?


2. What do you mean by neutralization reaction? Give two examples.

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3. Mention two uses of baking soda and washing soda.
4. Why does a milkman add a small amount of baking soda to fresh milk to shift the pH of fresh milk from 6
to slightly alkaline?

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5. Why do acids not show acidic behavior in the absence of water?
6. Rain water conducts electricity but distilled water does not. Why?
7. Why don’t we keep sour substances in brass and copper vessels?
8. What is the common name of CaOCl2?
9. Name the compound used for softening hard water.
10. What happens when baking soda is heated?
11. Give the properties and uses of bleaching powder.

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12. Give a few uses of acids, bases and salts respectively.

Acid Base and Salt


Hots question
1. Why is Plaster of Paris stored in a moisture proof container?
2. What do you mean by neutralization reaction? Give two examples.
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3. Mention two uses of baking soda and washing soda.
4. Why does a milkman add a small amount of baking soda to fresh milk to shift the pH of fresh milk from 6
to slightly alkaline?
5. Why do acids not show acidic behavior in the absence of water?
6. Rain water conducts electricity but distilled water does not. Why?
7. Why don’t we keep sour substances in brass and copper vessels?
8. What is the common name of CaOCl2?
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9. Name the compound used for softening hard water.


10. What happens when baking soda is heated?
11. Give the properties and uses of bleaching powder.
12. Give a few uses of acids, bases and salts respectively.
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Acid Base and Salt


Hots question
1. Why is Plaster of Paris stored in a moisture proof container?
2. What do you mean by neutralization reaction? Give two examples.
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3. Mention two uses of baking soda and washing soda.


4. Why does a milkman add a small amount of baking soda to fresh milk to shift the pH of fresh milk from 6
to slightly alkaline?
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5. Why do acids not show acidic behavior in the absence of water?


6. Rain water conducts electricity but distilled water does not. Why?
7. Why don’t we keep sour substances in brass and copper vessels?
8. What is the common name of CaOCl2?
9. Name the compound used for softening hard water.
10. What happens when baking soda is heated?
11. Give the properties and uses of bleaching powder.
12. Give a few uses of acids, bases and salts respectively

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Acid Base and Salt
sample paper

1. How will you test for a gas which is liberated when HCL reacts with an active metal? (CBSE 2008)

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2. What is baking powder? How does it make the cake soft and spongy? (CBSE 2008)

3. When fresh milk is changed into curd will its pH value increase or decrease? Why?

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4. Give Arrhenius definition of an acid and a base. (CBSE 2009)

5. What happens chemically when quick lime is added to water? (CBSE 2008)

6. Name the gas evolved when dilute HCL reacts with Sodium hydrogen carbonate. How is it
recognized? (CBSE 2008)

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7. How does the flow of acid rain water into a river make the survival of aquatic life in the river
difficult? (CBSE 2008)

8. How is the pH of a solution of an acid influenced when it is diluted? (CBSE 2008 F)

9. How does the pH of the solution change when a solution of base is diluted?
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10. Arrange these in increasing order of their pH values- NaOH, blood, lemon juice. (CBSE 2008 F)

11. Two solutions of A and B have pH values of 5 and 8. Which solution will be basic in nature? (CBSE
2008 C)

12. Why does tooth decay start when pH of mouth is lower than 5.5? (CBSE 2009)
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13. What would be the colour of litmus in a solution of sodium carbonate? (CBSE 2009)

14. Name the products obtained when sodium hydrogen carbonate is heated. Write the chemical equation for
the same. (AI CBSE 2009)
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15. Write the chemical formula of washing soda and baking soda. Which one of these two is an ingredient of
antacids? How does it provide relief in stomachache? (CBSE 2008 F)

16. What do you mean by water of crystallization of a substance? Describe an activity to show that blue
copper sulphate crystals contain water of crystallization. (CBSE 2009 F)
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17. How can washing soda be obtained from baking soda? Name an industrial use of washing soda other than
washing clothes. (AI CBSE 2008)
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18. Why does 1 M HCL solutions have a higher concentration of H ions than 1M CH3COOH solution? (AI
CBSE 2009)

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Acid Base and Salt
TEST PAPER
MM: 20
Time: 25 mins
1. Name two constituents of baking power. (1 mark)

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2. What is universal indicator? (1 mark)
3. Name the chemicals that can be made of common salt (1 mark)
4. Why does cake become fluffy after adding baking soda? (1 mark)

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5. Write the pH value, after which teeth start decaying? (1 mark)
6. State some uses of baking soda? (2 marks)
7. How is the concentration of hydroxide ions (OH-) affected when excess base is dissolved in a solution of
sodium hydroxide? (2 mark)
8. Name the gas evolved when dilute sulphuric acid acts on sodium carbonate.Write the chemical equation for
the reaction involved. (2 mark)
9. What are the properties and uses of bleaching powder?(3 marks)

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10. Write a chemical formula to represent the action of atmospheric CO2 gas on bleaching powder when left
exposed in open. (2 marks)
11. What happens when quick lime is added to water? (2 marks)
12. Write any two properties of acids. (2 marks)

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Acid Base and Salt


TEST PAPER
MM: 20
Time: 25 mins
1. Name two constituents of baking power. (1 mark)
2. What is universal indicator? (1 mark)
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3. Name the chemicals that can be made of common salt (1 mark)


4. Why does cake become fluffy after adding baking soda? (1 mark)
5. Write the pH value, after which teeth start decaying? (1 mark)
6. State some uses of baking soda? (2 marks)
7. How is the concentration of hydroxide ions (OH-) affected when excess base is dissolved in a solution of
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sodium hydroxide? (2 mark)


8. Name the gas evolved when dilute sulphuric acid acts on sodium carbonate.Write the chemical equation for
the reaction involved. (2 mark)
9. What are the properties and uses of bleaching powder?(3 marks)
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10. Write a chemical formula to represent the action of atmospheric CO2 gas on bleaching powder when left
exposed in open. (2 marks)
11. What happens when quick lime is added to water? (2 marks)
12. Write any two properties of acids. (2 marks)

Erudite Academy,near saini public school,chanarthal road


contact-8950444252,9728431484,9992863195
ERUDITE ACADEMY
Acid Base and Salt
TEST PAPER
MM: 20
Time: 25 mins
1. Name two constituents of baking power. (1 mark)

Y
2. What is universal indicator? (1 mark)
3. Name the chemicals that can be made of common salt (1 mark)
4. Why does cake become fluffy after adding baking soda? (1 mark)

EM
5. Write the pH value, after which teeth start decaying? (1 mark)
6. State some uses of baking soda? (2 marks)
7. How is the concentration of hydroxide ions (OH-) affected when excess base is dissolved in a solution of
sodium hydroxide? (2 mark)
8. Name the gas evolved when dilute sulphuric acid acts on sodium carbonate.Write the chemical equation for
the reaction involved. (2 mark)
9. What are the properties and uses of bleaching powder?(3 marks)

AD
10. Write a chemical formula to represent the action of atmospheric CO2 gas on bleaching powder when left
exposed in open. (2 marks)
11. What happens when quick lime is added to water? (2 marks)
12. Write any two properties of acids. (2 marks)

AC
Acid Base and Salt
TEST PAPER
MM: 20
Time: 25 mins
TE

1. Name two constituents of baking power. (1 mark)


2. What is universal indicator? (1 mark)
3. Name the chemicals that can be made of common salt (1 mark)
4. Why does cake become fluffy after adding baking soda? (1 mark)
5. Write the pH value, after which teeth start decaying? (1 mark)
6. State some uses of baking soda? (2 marks)
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7. How is the concentration of hydroxide ions (OH-) affected when excess base is dissolved in a solution of
sodium hydroxide? (2 mark)
8. Name the gas evolved when dilute sulphuric acid acts on sodium carbonate.Write the chemical equation for
the reaction involved. (2 mark)
9. What are the properties and uses of bleaching powder?(3 marks)
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10. Write a chemical formula to represent the action of atmospheric CO2 gas on bleaching powder when left
exposed in open. (2 marks)
11. What happens when quick lime is added to water? (2 marks)
12. Write any two properties of acids. (2 marks)
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Erudite Academy,near saini public school,chanarthal road


contact-8950444252,9728431484,9992863195