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(Dy. Supdt.) NOTE: Write all answers on this very paper. According to the given instructions. Cutting, overwriting, use of lead pencil / ink remover or fluid is not allowed.

Q.No.1 Each question has four possible answers. Choose the correct the answer and encircle it. (17)
(1). Solvent extraction is an equilibrium process and is controlled by: (Faisalabad, 2005) (a). Law of mass action. (b). Amount of solvent used. (c). Distribution Law. (d). Amount of solute. (2). Which of the following substance is not used as drying agent: 2006) (a). CaCl2 (b). P2O5 (c). Silica gel. (3). Which one is used as decolourizing agent: (a). Silica gel. (b). Animal charcoal. (4). A step of crystallization is: (a). Two immiscible liquids. (b). Evaporation. (c). Asbestos. (c). Sublimation. (Dera Gazi Khan, (d). 50%NaCl. (Multan, 2006) (d). Conc. H2SO4. (d). The choice of solvent.

(5). The comparative rates at which the solutes move in paper chromatography depend on: (a). The size of paper used. (b). Rf values of solutes. (c). Temperature of the experiment. (d). Size of the chromatographic tank used. (6). A filtration process could be very time consuming if it were not aided by a gentle suction which is developed: (a). If the paper covers the funnel upto its circumference. (b). If the paper has got small sized pores in it. (c). If stem of the funnel is large so that it dips into filtrate. (d). If the paper fits tightly. (7). Solvent extraction method is a particularly useful technique for separation when the product to be separated is: (a). Non volatile or thermally unstable. (b). Volatile or thermally stable. (c). Non volatile or thermally stable. (d). Volatile or thermally unstable. (8). During the process of crystallization, the hot saturated solution: (a). Is cooled very slowly to get large sized crystals. (b). Is cooled at a moderate rate to get medium sized crystals. (c). Is evaporated to get the crystals of the product. (d). Is mixed with an immiscible liquid to get the pure crystals of the product. (9). Which cannot develop if filter does not fits tightly all around its upper circumference: (a). Filtration. (b). Splashing. (c). Pour onto. Suction. (10). The length of stem of the funnel should be: (a). A few mm. (b). Several inch. (c). A few cm. (d).

(d). Several m.

(11). Detection or identification of element in a compound is done by: (a). Analytical chemistry. (b). Chemical characterization. (c). Qualitative analysis. (d). Quantitative analysis. (12). Rates at which solutes move upward the strip depend upon their: (a). Speed. (b). Distribution co efficient. (c). State. (13). On chromatogram, solvent front should rise: (a). of its length. (b). of its length. length. (c). 1 of its length. (d). Purity. (d). Its full

(14). If spots on the chromatogram are colourless then it has to be developed by: (a). Physical method. (b). Chemical method. (c). Both physical and chemical methods. (d). Decolourization.

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Distance travelled by the component from the original spot (15). Rf (retardation factor) = Distance travelled by the solvent front from the original spot (a). It is always lesser than 1. (b). It has no unit. (c). It depends upon nature of solvent. (d). All. (16). Absolute alcohol is: (a). 100% pure. (b). 95% pure. (c). Not a solvent for crystallization. (d). Solid. (c). Filtration. (d).

(17). The mixture of sand and sodium chloride is purified by: (a). Sublimation. (b). Solvent extraction. Chromatography.

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NOTE: Attempt any Five questions from section I and any One question from section II.

SECTION # I
Q.No.2 Attempt any Five questions.
(1). Differentiate between mobile phase and stationary phase. (Lahore, 2005) (2). Give the main characteristics of the solvent used for crystallization. (Sargodha, 2005) (3). How does a Gooch Crucible increases the rate of filtration? (Gujranwala, 2005) (4). In solvent extraction technique, why repeated extraction using small portions of solvent are more efficient than using a single extraction but larger volume of solvent. (Dera Gazi Khan, 2005) (5). Define analytical chemistry. (Faisalabad, 2005) (6). Define quantitative analysis. (Gujranwala, 2006) (7). What is partition law? (Rawalpindi, 2006) (8). How the decolourization of undesired colours is carried out for freshly prepared crystalline substance? (Lahore & Multan, 2006) (9). In chromatography, what are stationary and mobile phases? (Azad Kashmir, 2006) (10). When AgNO3 solution is mixed with NaCl solution then precipitates of AgCl are formed. Give assembly of the apparatus to separate liquid from the precipitates. (11). Name the types of paper chromatography.

(5x2) = 10

SECTION # II
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Q.No.3(a) What is sublimation? Describe a method for the purification of NH4Cl. (1,3) (Gujranwala,2003) (b). Write down the main points for the folding of filter paper. (4) (Gujranwala, Old scheme, 2005) Q.No.4(a). 2005) (b). Briefly describe the process filtration. Explain with filtering apparatus. (4) (Faisalabad,

How distribution law helps to separate iodine from water by using separate funnel and organic solvent CCl4? (4) (Gujranwala, 2006)