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Physics and

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

particle nature of electron

particle nature of light

wave nature of light

ANSWER : : wave nature of light

dependent on its source

equal to cube of its amplitude

independent of its wavelength

ANSWER : : independent of its wavelength

equal to that of d-electron

less than that of s-electron

more than that of s-electron

ANSWER : : more than that of s-electron

4.The exchange of particles considered responsible for keeping the nucleons together are

meson

electron

positron

neutron

ANSWER : : meson

5.The element with maximum number of electrons in the valence shell has atomic number

15

3

9

2

ANSWER : : 2

de Broglie relationship

Uncertainty principle

Plancks hypothesis

Hunds rule

ANSWER : : Uncertainty principle

7.The statement that the electron occupies available orbital singly before pairing occurs is called

Einstein principle

Rutherford hypothesis

Paulis exclusion principle

Hunds rule

ANSWER : : Hunds rule

48 gram of ethyl alcohol

36 gram of water

14 gram of carbon dioxide

ANSWER : : 36 gram of water

He ion

neutron

proton

cyclotron

ANSWER : : cyclotron

magnetic quantum number

azimuthal quantum number

principal quantum number

spin quantum number

ANSWER : : spin quantum number

Following IIT JEE Entrance Multiple choice objective type questions and answers will help you in Maths, Physics and

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

its sublimation to give yellow vapours

its low ionisation energy

its photosensitivity

ANSWER : : the emission of excess of energy in the visible region

H

Li

Be

B

ANSWER : : B

K energy level

M energy level

N energy level

L energy level

ANSWER : : K energy level

directly proportional to velocity of radiation

directly proportional to wavelength of radiation

a constant quantity

ANSWER : : inversely proportional to wavelength of radiation

15.The photoelectric emission of electron from metal surface starts only when the incident light has a certain

minimum

wavelength

velocity

frequency

acceleration

ANSWER : : frequency

J.J. Thomson

Mirchoff

Ohm

M. Planck

ANSWER : : J.J. Thomson

ampere-second

one

faraday

curie

ANSWER : : faraday

remains constant with velocity

decreases with an increasing velocity

increases with an decreasing velocity

ANSWER : : decreases with an increasing velocity

19.No two electrons in an atom can have the same values of all four quantum numbers according to

Hunds rules

Flemming rule

Paulis exclusion principle

Bohr theory

ANSWER : : Paulis exclusion principle

4

2

1

0

ANSWER : : 1

Following IIT JEE Entrance Multiple choice objective type questions and answers will help you in Maths, Physics and

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

0

1

4

5

ANSWER : : 0

22.According to de-Broglie

a moving electron possesses wave character

light possess particle character

all moving particles possess wave character

ANSWER : : all moving particles possess wave character

?�rays

cathode rays

continuous spectra

absorption spectra

ANSWER : : absorption spectra

proton

meson

electron

neutron

ANSWER : : electron

two mesons

two electrons

helium atoms

ANSWER : : two protons and two neutrons

26.How many electrons can fit into the sub-shell for which n = 3 and l = 1?

16

5

24

6

ANSWER : : 6

27.In the case of atomic spectrum of hydrogen which series of lines lie in the visible region?

Balmer

Paschen

Pfund

None of these

ANSWER : : Paschen

28.The application of quantum mechanics to atomic structure is based largely on the work done by

Einstein

Germer

Schrodinger

Davison

ANSWER : : Schrodinger

ultra violet

radiowaves

X-rays

infrared

ANSWER : : ultra violet

Following IIT JEE Entrance Multiple choice objective type questions and answers will help you in Maths, Physics and

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

1.The filling of electrons in different orbitals of an atom in increasing order of their energy is called

Aufbau principle

Joules statement

Uncertainty principle

Paulis exclusion principle

ANSWER : : Aufbau principle

Rutherford

Joule

de Broglie

Einstein

ANSWER : : Einstein

3.The relationship between energy of a radiation and its frequency was given by

Planck

Rutherford

Einstein

Joule

ANSWER : : Einstein

s

d

f

p

ANSWER : : f

5.The atomic mass of an element is 16.4. It consists of two isotopes having mass number 16 and 18. The ratio

of isotopes in the element is:

2:1

1:2

1:4

4:1

ANSWER : : 4:1

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

6.The line spectrum observed when electron jumps from higher level into L level is known as

Balmer series

Pfund series

Brackett series

Hydrogen series

ANSWER : : Balmer series

n

n and l

n, l and m

n, l, m and s.

ANSWER : : n

8

6

5

7.

ANSWER : : 5

9.In an atom of hydrogen, which of the following orbitals has the lowest energy for an electron present in it?

3r

2p

4p

2s

ANSWER : : 2p

He

B

Be

Li.

ANSWER : : B

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

3f

4d

3s

4g.

ANSWER : : 4g.

12.The number of neutrons in the deuterium atom is

16

3

1

0

ANSWER : : 1

13.The total number of neutrons in dipositive zinc ion with mass number 70 is

40

48

33

16

ANSWER : : 40

1

6

7

2

ANSWER : : 6

It has a dual nature

It gives out energy while moving in orbits

Its motion is affected by electric field

ANSWER : : It gives out energy while moving in orbits

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

ߖrays

continuous

absorption

emission

ANSWER : : absorption

17.The atomic mass of an element is 19. The second shell of its atom contains 7 electrons. The number of

protons in its nucleus is

13

9

11

8

ANSWER : : 9

1

6

9

3

ANSWER : : 6

10

8

6

2.

ANSWER : : 2.

20.Nucleons are

electrons and mesons

protons, electrons and neutrons

protons and neutrons

ANSWER : : protons and neutrons

Following IIT JEE Entrance Multiple choice objective type questions and answers will help you in Maths, Physics and

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

21.The quantum number predicting the size as well as the energy of the atomic orbital is:

azimuthal quantum number

magnetic quantum number

spin quantum number

ANSWER : : principal quantum number

22.The nitrogen atom has 7 protons and 7 electrons. The nitride ion will have

4 protons and 10 electrons

10 protons and 7 electrons

10 electrons and 7 protons

ANSWER : : 10 electrons and 7 protons

n and s

l and m

l and s

n and l.

ANSWER : : n and l.

1.5g

3.0g

7.0g

4.0g

ANSWER : : 4.0g

J.J. Thomson

H.G..J. Moseley

R. Milikan `

Rutherford.

ANSWER : : H.G..J. Moseley

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

26.The maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated by an atom in g�sub-energy level are

20

25

18

12

ANSWER : : 18

Three

Two

One

Zero.

ANSWER : : One

2

7

8

3

ANSWER : : 7

-1, +1

0 to 2

-2 and +1

0

ANSWER : : 0

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

1.The energy of an electron in the first Bohr orbit of H atom is- 13.6 eV. The possible value of the excited state

for electron in Bohr orbits of hydrogen is

- 1.51 eV

- 4.21 eV

- 6.8 eV

+ 6.8 eV.

ANSWER : : - 1.51 eV

1:1

1837:1

1:1837

2:1.

ANSWER : : 1837:1

momentum

Electrons have particle as well wave character

Atomic spectrum of an element should contain only five lines

All the above statements are incorrect.

ANSWER : : Electron in an atom of hydrogen can have only certain values of angular momentum

2

6

10

14.

ANSWER : : 2

5.Which combinations of quantum number n, l, m, s for the electron in an atom does not provide a permissible

solution of the wave equation?

3, 2, -2, 1/2

3, 3, 1, -1/2

3, 2, 1, 1/2

3, 1, 1,-1/2.

ANSWER : : 3, 3, 1, -1/2

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

Stability of the electron orbit

Stability of the atom

Line spectra of light elements.

ANSWER : : Scattering of alpha particles by metal foils

7.How many electrons in an atom can have quantum numbers n = 3, l = 2, m = +2, s = +1/2?

5

3

1

9.

ANSWER : : 1

8.When an atom is in a magnetic field, the possible number of orientations for an orbital of azimuthal quantum

number 3 is

Three

One

Five

Seven.

ANSWER : : Seven.

6

8

10

12.

ANSWER : : 8

10.According to Aufbau principle, the 19th electron in an atom goes into the

4s-orbital

3d-orbital

4p-orbital

3p-orbital.

ANSWER : : 4s-orbital

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

11.The hydrogen atoms are excited to the stationary state designated by the principal quantum number, n =

3. The spectral lines emitted by hydrogen atoms, as explained by Bohrs theory will be

1

2

3

4.

ANSWER : : 3

12.In a multi-electron atom the energy of the electron in a particular orbital is determined by

n only

l only

n and l

n, l and m.

ANSWER : : n and l

13.The ionization energy of hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV. The third ionization energy of lithium would be

13.6 eV

27.2 eV

40.8 eV

122.4 eV.

ANSWER : : 122.4 eV.

14.An atom has 35 nucleons and has atomic number equal to 17. The number of electrons with n = 2, m = 0 in

it is

2

4

6

3.

ANSWER : : 4

4

16

32

9.

ANSWER : : 16

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

16.The charge to mass ratio of ?-particles is approximately��. The charge to mass ratio of protons

twice

half

four times

six times

ANSWER : : half

100 m

300 m

100 nm

300 nm.

ANSWER : : 100 m

18.The maximum number of electrons with clockwise spin that can be accommodated in a �-subshell its

14

7

5

10.

ANSWER : : 7

19.The energy of hydrogen atom in its ground state is - 13.6 eV. The energy of the level corresponding to the

quantum number n = 5 is

- 0.54 eV

- 5.40 eV

- 0.85 eV

- 2.72 eV.

ANSWER : : - 0.54 eV

20.The ratio of the mass of the proton to the mass of the electron is nearly

2000

4801

1840

8140.

ANSWER : : 1840

Chemistry 2014 examinations :

21.The maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated in fifth energy level is

10

25

50

32

ANSWER : : 50

14

15

7

12

ANSWER : : 15

23.The first use of quantum theory to explain the structure of atom was made by

Heisenberg

Bohr

Planck

de Broglie.

ANSWER : : Bohr

Gold

Platinum

Chromium

Caesium.

ANSWER : : Caesium.

25.The wavelength of a spectral line for electron transition in an atom is inversely proportional to

Velocity of electron

Number of electrons undergoing transition

The difference of energy between energy levels involved in the transition

None of the above is correct.

ANSWER : : The difference of energy between energy levels involved in the transition

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Chemistry 2014 examinations :

26.The number of subshells in the fifth energy level is

4

11

9

5.

ANSWER : : 5.

It causes ZnS to fluoresce

Deflected by electric and magnetic field

Have wavelength shorter than ultra-violet rays.

ANSWER : : Deflected by electric and magnetic field

J.J. Thomson

Rutherford

James Chadwick

G.T. Seabery.

ANSWER : : James Chadwick

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