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Inter (Part-l) Lahore Board 2006

Chemistry Time Allowed: 20 Minutes

Paper I (Objective Type) Max. Marks: I7

Note: Write answers to the questions on the objective answer sheet provided. Four possible answers A, B,

C and D to each, question are given. Which answer you consider correct, fill the
C and D to each, question are given. Which answer you consider correct, fill the circle in front of A, B, C or
D with Marker or Pen ink to each question on the answer sheet provided.
1. One mole of SO 2 contains oxygen atoms:
(A)
6.02x10 23
(B) 12.04x10 23
(C) 1 mole
(D) 3 mole
2. Which gas has highest diffusion rate:
(A)
SO 2
(B) CO 2
(C) NH 3
(D) Cl 2
3. Which of the following is the pseudo solid:
(A)
CaF 2
(B) Glass
(C) NaCl
(D) All
4. Quantum number values for 2P orbitals are:
(A)
n = 2, l = 1
(B) n = 1, l = 2
(C) l = 0, n = 2
(D) n = 2, l = 0
5. Which of the HX has highest %age of ionic character:
(A)
HB
(B) HCl
(C) HI
(D) HF
6. H + + OH -
H 2 O the change in enthalpy for reaction is called:
(A)
Heat of reaction
(B) Heat of formation (C) Heat of neutralization
(D) Heat of combustion
7. Molarity of a pure water is:
(A)
1
(B) 18
(C) 55.5
(D) 6
8. The molal boiling point constant is the ratio of the elevation in boiling point to:
(A)
Milarity
(B) Molality
(C) Mole fraction of solvent (D) Mole fraction of solute
9. In the reaction 2Fe + 3Cl 2
2FeCl 3 :
(A)
Fe is reduced
(B) Fe is oxidized
(C) Cl 2 is oxidized
(D) None
10. Decomposition of nitrogen penta oxide has order of reaction:
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3

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Inter (Part-l) Lahore Board 2006

(SECTION l)

Chemistry Time Allowed: 2.40 Hours Paper I (Essay Type) Max. Marks: 68 Note: Out of
Chemistry
Time Allowed: 2.40 Hours
Paper I (Essay Type)
Max. Marks: 68
Note: Out of Q. No. I, 2, 3 and 4 write any Twenty-Two (22) short answers. While writing answer write
question No and its part carefully. Each part carries two marks.
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1. (i)
23g of sodium and 238g of uranium have equal number of atoms in them. Justify?
(ii)
180g of glucose and 234g of sucrose have the same number of molecules but different
number of atoms present in them give reason.
(iii)
How the decolorization of undesired colours is carried out from freshly prepared crystalline
substance?
(iv)
Define absolute zero?
(v)
Explain with reason evaporation cause cooling.
(vi)
State Moseley s law.
(vii)
Pi bond is more diffused than sigma bond. Justify it.
(viii)
Is it true that H and E have the same values for the reactions taking place in the solution
state? Explain it.
(ix)
What is ionic product of water? Define pH?
(x)
The concentration in term of molality is independent of temperature but molarity depends
upon temperature. Explain with reason.
(xi)
What is meant by standard hydrogen electrode?
(xii)
Define energy activation?
(SECTION ll)

Note: Attempt any THREE questions

2.

(a)

Give a method for the determination of % of C and H in the given organic compound.

(b)

Write down the main four characteristics of an ideal solvent.

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(a)

3. Give the classification of solids on the bases of chemical bond and give characteristic of ionic solids.

(b)

(c)

Explain dual nature of matter.

Calculate mass of an electron when e/m = 1.7588x10 11 coulombs/kg

(a)

4. Define molarity and molality. Differentiate between hydration and hydrolysis giving examples.

(b) Hydrazine burns in oxygen to give N 2 and H 2 O as follow:
(b)
Hydrazine burns in oxygen to give N 2 and H 2 O as follow:
N 2 H 4 + O 2
N 2 + 2H 2 O
1.00g of N 2 H 4 is burned in a bomb calorimeter. An increase of temperature 3.51 o C is noted.
The heat capacity of calorimeter is 5.5kj -1 . Calculate the amount of heat evolved.
5. (a)
What is electrode potential? Give three applications of electrochemical series.
(b)
Explain energy of activation.
(c)
Write a note on colligative properties.
6. (a)
Write the rules for balancing redox reduction by oxidation number method.
(b)
Explain the terms:
(i) Half life.
(ii) Order of reaction.

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Inter (Part-l) Lahore Board 2005

Chemistry Time Allowed: 20 Minutes

Paper I (Objective Type) Max. Marks: I7

1. Which of the following compound has the highest % of oxygen by weight: (A)
1. Which of the following compound has the highest % of oxygen by weight:
(A)
CH 3 OH
(B) C 2 H 5 OH
(C) HCOOH
(D) H 2 O
2. The ideal gas constant R when expressed in dm3 atm/k units have a value of:
(A)
0.0821
(B) 1.0821
(C) 82.21
(D) 82.1
3. Which of the following is pseduo solid:
(A)
CaF 2
(B) Glass
(C) NaCl
(D) Diamond
4. Maximum number of electrons in a subshell is given by:
(A)
2l+1
(B) 2l-1
(C) 2(2l+1)
(D) 2(2l-1)
5. Which of the following molecules has a coordinate covalent bond:
(A)
NaCl
(B) HCl
(C) NH 4 Cl
(D) AlCl 3
6. Spontaneous reaction are:
(A)
14
(B) 7
(C) 1x10 -14
(D) 1x10 14
7. The value of ph and poh of pure water at 25 o C is approximately:
(A)
1
(B) 18
(C) 55.5
(D) 6
8. Depression in the freezing points is directly proportional to:
(A)
Molarity of solution
9. Reduction always takes place:
(A)
At anode
(B) At cathode
(C) Both electrodes
(D) None
10.
Larger the surface area of the reactant molecules:
(A)
(B)
(C)
Lower will be the rate of reaction
Higher will be the rate of reaction
The rate of reaction will remain unaffected
of reaction The rate of reaction will remain unaffected Note: Write answers to the questions on

Note: Write answers to the questions on the objective answer sheet provided. Four possible answers A, B,

C and D to each, question are given. Which answer you consider correct, fill the circle in front of A, B, C or

D with Marker or Pen ink to each question on the answer sheet provided.

(B) Molarity of solvent (C) Molality of solvent (D) Molality of solution

(D) The rate may increase or decrease

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Inter (Part-l) Lahore Board 2005

(SECTION l) Chemistry Time Allowed: 2.40 Hours Paper I (Essay Type) Max. Marks: 68 Note:
(SECTION l)
Chemistry
Time Allowed: 2.40 Hours
Paper I (Essay Type)
Max. Marks: 68
Note: Out of Q. No. I, 2, 3 and 4 write any Twenty-Two (22) short answers. While writing answer write
question No and its part carefully. Each part carries two marks.
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1. (i)
Concept of limiting reactant is not applicable to the reversible reactions. Explain it.
(ii)
Molecular formula is multiple of empirical formula. Give an example.
(iii)
A gas occupies 100 dm 3 at 283 K. What will be it volume at -273 o C at constant pressure?
(iv)
Evaporation of liquid cause cooling, why?
(v)
Define Hund s rulw?
(vi)
Differentiate between mobile phase and stationary phase?
(vii)
Why sigma bind is more stronger than pi bond?
(viii)
What do you mean by:
(1) System
(2) Enthalpy
(ix)
Define Le-Chatelier s principle?
(x)
Explain why CuSO 4 give acidic solution when put in H 2 O.
(xi)
How the power is generated by using fuel cell?
(xii)
Define order of reaction with example?
(SECTION ll)
Note: Attempt any THREE questions
2.
(a)
What is limiting reactant? How does it control the quantity of product formed? Explain with
3 examples.

(b) Write down the main four characteristics of solvent selected for crystallization of a compound.

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(a)

3. Write down the properties of metallic crystals.

(b)

Derive the equation of radius of revolving electron in nth orbit.

(a)

4. State and explain Raoult s law in three different forms.

(b)

10.16 g of graphite is burnt in a bomb calorimeter and the temperature rise recorded in 3.87 K. Calculate the enthalpy of combustion of graphite if the specific heat capacity of the calorimeter (bomb, water etc) is 86.02 KJ/K/mol.

5. (a) Define energy of activation? Hoe the potential energy of the exothermic and Endothermic
5. (a)
Define energy of activation? Hoe the potential energy of the exothermic and Endothermic
reactions can be explained on its basis?
(b)
Give Lowry Bronsted acid base concept and explain with suitable examples.
(c)
Give applications of equilibrium constant.
6. (a)
Explain VESPER theory. Discuss the structure of BF 3 and NH 3 with reference to this theory.
(b)
Explain the difference between electrolytic and voltaic cell with example.