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SECTION – I Straight Objective Type
This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.


Which of the following is incorrect statement M (A) eq. wt. of MnO4 in acidic medium is ( MnO4 5 M (B) eq. wt. of MnO4 in neutral medium is ( MnO4 1 M (C) eq. wt. of MnO4 in basic medium is ( MnO4 3 M (D) eq. wt. of MnO4 in neutral medium is ( MnO4 2 Which of the following is incorrect 2 (A) The shape of CO3 and SO3 is triangular planar (B) The shape of BF4 and CH4 is tetrahedral (C) The shape of I 3 and XeF2 is T-shaped (D) The shape of XeF4 is square planar

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In a hydrogen atom, an electron jump from K-shell to N-shell, which of the following is correct statement? (A) PE decrease (B) KE decreases (C) Total energy decreases (D) KE increases What is potential energy of electron in L-shell for hydrogen atom ? (A) 13.6 eV (B) 6.8 eV (C) 3.4 eV (D) 3.51 eV A vessel contains 1 mole of O2 at 270C and 1 atm. pressure. A certain amount of the gas was withdrawn and the vessel was heated to 3270C to maintain the pressure of 1 atm. The amount of gas removed was: (A) 0.2 mole (B) 0.5 mole (C) 0.25 mole (D) 0.1 mole In van der waal‟s equation of state for a non-ideal gas, the term that accounts for intermolecular forces is (A) V – b (B) RT a (C) P + 2 (D) (RT)-1 V




STATEMENT-1: SF4 has lone pair of electrons at equatorial position in preference to axial position in overall trigonal bipyramidal geometry.6 eV SECTION – III Reasoning Type This section contains 4 reasoning type questions. (C) and (D).E. (C) and (D).E. (D) ClO4 . 55. Each question has 4 choices (A). CO3 54.E. Code (A) STATEMENT–1 is True. STATEMENT–2 is NOT a correct explanation for STATEMENT–1 (C) STATEMENT–1 is True. of Li2+ in the first excited state is 30. of Be3+ in the first excited state is 54.E. STATEMENT–2 is a correct explanation for STATEMENT–1 (B) STATEMENT–1 is True. out of which ONLY ONE is correct. STATEMENT – 1: The far end of H-spectrum is continuous. the successive energy gap of the adjacent higher orbits decreases 58. STATEMENT–2 is True. STATEMENT–2 is False (D) STATEMENT–1 is False. SO2 4 56.6 ev (B) I.6eV (C) I. STATEMENT–2 is True 57. Which of the following molecules species has/have paramagnetic characteristic (A) O2 (B) O2 2+ (C) O2 (D) O2+ Which of following statement(s) is/are true ? (A) HF is more polar than HBr (B) CuCl is more covalent than NaCl (C) HF is less polar than HBr (D) Chemical bond formation takes place when forces of attraction overcome the forces of repulsion.4 eV (D) I. . for hydrogen atom = 13. Which of the following pair (s) is/are isostructural? 2 (A) NO3 . Correct statements are (A) I. of Li2+ in the first excited state in 10. Each question has 4 choices (A). STATEMENT – 2: As the orbit number increases. NO3 2 (C) ClO3 . (B). STATEMENT–2 is True.SECTION – II Multiple Correct Answer Type This section contains 4 multiple correct answer(s) type questions. (B). 53. CO3 (B) SO3. out of which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.

Paragraph for Questions Nos. 3 multiple choice questions have to be answered. (C) and (D). The energy of bonding molecular orbital is lower than that of the pure atomic orbital by an amount . out of which ONLY ONE is correct. T. Number of atomic orbitals overlapping together is equal to the molecular orbital formed. two atomic orbitals overlap resulting in the formation of molecular orbitals. more is the covalent nature. The two atomic orbital thus formed by the overlapping of atomic orbital or by LCAO (linear combination of atomic orbital) in the same phase or in the different phase are known as bonding and antibonding molecular orbitals respectively. This is known as the stabilization energy. (MOT) According to MOT. STATEMENT-2: Rate of diffusion 1 at constant P. STATEMENT-1: Rate of diffusion of 1 mole CO and 2 mole N2 in a container are same. 60. On the basic of quantum mechanical treatment theory. there are two types of covalent bond formation. (i) valence bond energy (ii) molecular orbital theory. 61 to 63 An atomic orbital is nothing but. it is one electron wave function ( ) which defines the distribution of electron density ( 2) in the space.because STATEMENT-2: If lone pair is at equatorial position then only repulsion is minimum. Based upon each paragraph. The energy of antibonding molecular orbital is increased by ‟ (destabilization energy) and assuming that ‟. M SECTION – IV Linked Comprehension Type This section contains 3 paragraphs. 59. (B). Each question has 4 choices (A). STATEMENT-1 : The covalent character follows the order NaCl MgCl2 AlCl3 SiCl4 because STATEMENT-2 : Higher the polarizing power of cation. .

.O. higher is the bond dissociation energy and lower is the bond length. When atomic orbitals undergo LCAO to form bonding and antibonding molecular orbital. which corresponds to bond energy. Which of the following statements is true about molecular orbital theory? (A) Higher the bond order lesser the bond length (B) Higher the bond order greater the bond length (C) Higher the bond order lesser the bond energy (D) Higher the bond order lesser the number of bonds.. This stabilizes the system (molecule or ion) thereby forming a bond. is very unique tool to decide the bond length. one from 1s–atomic orbital of A and another from the 1s-atomic orbital of B. the electron density between two nuclei becomes zero.T. Since. the both electrons occupy. This results in saving of energy of 2 . In antibonding molecular orbital. bond order = Nb Na 2 where Nb = no. 61. The bond order of N2 is equal to that of (A) O2 (C) O2+ (B) O2+2 (D) None 62. In case of H-atoms combining. the bonding molecule orbital ( ).O. bond dissociation energy and stability of the molecule. Since S. there are 2 electrons to be considered. In bonding molecular orbital. Two act like tow dogs and the electron density as “bone” between the two nuclei due to which the stability of bonding molecular orbital increases.T. the electron density increases between the nuclei which binds the two nuclei. higher the bond order. of electrons in antibonding molecular orbital. of electrons in bonding molecular orbital Na = no. According to M.Atomic orbitals Energy Molecular orbital ψ* = ψ A -ψ B Atomic orbitals ψA Atomic (A) 1s-orbitals ψB atomic B orbitals ψ = ψ A +ψ B Atomic orbital may hold upto two electrons (provided that they have opposite spin) and the same occupies to molecular orbital.

Example: PCl5 sp3d2 hybridization : In this one „s‟ three „p‟ and two „d‟ orbitals mix to form six sp 3d2 hybridized orbitals. The new orbitals formed are called hybrid orbitals. PCl3 (B) BF4 . (B) Al(OH)-4 has a regular tetrahedral geometry (C) sp2-hybridized orbitals have equal s-and p-character. sp3 hybridization: one-s and three-p orbitals mixes to form four sp3 hybridized orbitals. . (D) Hybridized orbitals always from -bonds. 65. PCl3 (C) SF4. These orient themselves towards the corners of a regular octahedran example : SF6 64. For example CH 4 H H C H H sp2 hybridization : In this one-s and two-p orbitals mixes to form three sp2 hybridized orbitals. Which of the following statements is not correct ? (A) NH 2 shows sp2-hybridisation whereas NH 2 shows sp3-hybridisation. These orbitals orient themselves towards the corners of an equilateral triangle example: BF3 F B F F sp hybridization : sp3d hybridization : In this one „s‟ and one „p‟ orbital mixes to form two sp hybridized orbitals. 64 to 66 Hybridization is the process of intermixing of atomic orbitals having almost similar energies followed by redistribution of energies to form new orbitals of identical energies and size. (D) XeF4. Example BeCl2. BF4A hydrazine molecule is split in NH 2 and NH 2 ions. of hybrid orbitals formed is always equal to the no. The no.63. These orbitals orient themselves towards the corners of a regular tetrahedron. Which of the following compound has sp2 hybridization (A) SO2 (B) BeCl2 (C) CO2 (D) XeF2 Which of the following pair of compounds have similar shape (A) ClO2 . In this one „s‟ three „p‟ and one „d‟ orbital mixes to give five sp3d hybridized orbitals. IF4+ 66. Which of the following order regarding bond order is correct? (A) O2 O2 O2 (B) O2 O2 O2 (C) O2 O2 O2 (D) O2 O2 O2 Paragraph for Questions Nos. of orbitals which get hybridized.

This called distortion of the anion by the cation. . the cation also tends to repel. 67 to 69 The rule governing the transition from ionic to covalent bonding. By this rule. the degree of covalency of a molecules are known. smaller the cation with larger cationic charge. Effective nuclear charge of pseudo noble gas configuration is higher than that of noble gas configuration. one called Fajan‟s rule. The combined effect of these two forces is that the electron symmetrical. Which of the following is the increasing order of covalent character of the compound ? (A) KCl < NaCl < MgO < AlN (B) AlN < MgO < NaCl < KCl (C) MgO < AlN > KCl < NaCl (D) KCl > NaCl > MgO > AlN Which of the following compound is most covalent in character ? (A) LiI (B) LIF (C) NaF (D) NaI Which of the following anion has the highest polarisability ? (A) I (B) Br (C) Cl (D) F 68. but also by the charge on cation. As we know that larger the anion. 69.Paragraph for Questions Nos. which one based on deformation of interacting ions in the bond When an anion and cation each approach each other. the positively charged nucleus of anions. larger will be extent of deformation and higher will be the covalent character. then the electron colud of anion is not only attracted by the nucleus. Cationic charge cationic radius The ability of anion to get deformed is known as polarisability of anion. 67. but is elongated towards the cation. At the same time. This ability of cation to polarize anion is known polarization of power of cation ( ).