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(b) 18M

(c) 9M

(d) 6M

Amount of K2Cr2O7 (aq. wt. 49.04) required to prepare 100 ml of its 0.05 N solution is
(a) 2.9424 g

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The molarity of a solution made by mixing 50ml of conc. H2SO4 (36N) with 50 ml. o0f water is
(a) 36 M

2.

(b) 0.4904 g

(c) 1.4712 g

(d)0.2452 g

A solution of Al2 (SO4)3 {d=1.253 gm/ml} contain 22% salt by weight. The molarity, normality
and molality of the solution is
(a) 0.805M,4.83N,0.825M (b) 0.825M,48.3N,0.805M

4.

(b)19.8 N

(c) 39.6 N

(d) 98 N

Volume of water needed to mix with 10 ml 10N HNO3 to get 0.1 N HNO3
(a) 1000 ml

6.

(d) None

conc. H2SO4 has a density of 1.98 gm/ml and is 98% H2SO4 by weight. Its normality is
(a) 2 N

5.

(c) 4.83M,4.83N,4.83M

(b) 990 ml

(c) 1010 ml

(d) 10 ml

To neutralise completely 20 mL of 0.1 M aqueous solution of phosphorous acid (H3PO3), the


volume of 0.1 M aqueous KOH solution required is
(a) 40 mL

(b) 20 mL

(c) 10 mL

(d) 60 mL.

A solution has a 1:4 mole ratio of pentane to hexane. The vapour pressure of the pure
hydrocarbons at 20oC are 440 mmHg for pentane and 120 mmHg for hexane. The mole fraction
of pentane in the vapour phase would be
(a) 0.549

(b) 0.200

(c) 0.786

(d) 0.478

The vapour pressure of benzene at a certain temperature is 640mm of Hg. A non-volatile and
non-electrolyte solid weighing 2.175g is added to 39.08g of benzene. The vapour pressure of the
solution is 600mm of Hg. What is the molecular weight of solid substance
(a) 49.50

9.

(b) 59.6

(c) 69.5

(d) 79.8

A solution boils at 90 C at 760 mm pressure. At this temperature if the partial V.P. of solute is
th of that of solvent the partial V.P. of the solvent is
a) 608 mm

b) 760 mm

c) 540 mm

d) 152 mm

10. A metal has bcc structure and the edge length of its unit cell is
in

cm 3

If

NaCl

(a)
12

The volume of the unit cell

will be

(a)
11

3 .04 .

1 . 6 10 21 cm 3

is doped with
1 10 3 mol %

(b)

2 . 81 10 23 cm 3

10 3 mol % SrCl 2 ,

(b)

(c) 6 .02 10 23 cm 3

(d)

then the concentration of cation vacancies will be

2 10 3 mol %

(c) 3 10 3 mol %

The edge length of face centred unit cubic cell is

508 pm .

(d)

285 pm

(b)

398 pm

(c) 144

pm

4 10 3 mol %

If the radius of the cation is

radius of the anion is


(a)

6 . 6 10 24 cm 3

(d)

618 pm

110 pm ,

the

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13. Which has no rotation of symmetry


(a) Hexagonal

(b) Orthorhombic

(c)Cubic (d)

2 .165 10 3 kg m 3

14. The pyknometric density of sodium chloride crystal is


2 .178 10 3 kg m 3 .

(a)
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Triclinic
while its X-rays density is

The fraction of unoccupied sites in sodium chloride crystal is

5 . 96 10 3

(b)

In a catalytic conversion of

N2

(c) 5 .96 10 2

5 .96

to

NH 3

5 . 96 10 1

(d)

by Haber's process, the rate of reaction was expressed as


40 10 3 mol litre1 s 1

change in the concentration of ammonia per time is

reaction, the rate of the reaction as expressed in terms of hydrogen is


(a)
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60 10 3

(b)

20 10 3

(c)1.200

(in mol

litre1 s 1 )

10 . 3 10 3

(d)

The temperature coefficient of a reaction is


(a) Specific reaction rate at

25 o C

(b)Rate of the reaction at

(c) Ratio of the rate constants at temperatures

35 o C

and

The decomposition of

N 2 O5

minutes the volume of

O2

100 o C

25 o C

(d) Ratio of the rate constants at two temperatures differing by


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. If there are no side

1o C

is a first order reaction represented by

produced is

9 ml

N 2 O5 N 2 O4

and at the end of the reaction

35 ml

1
O2 .
2

After 15

. The rate constant

is equal to
(a)
18

1
35
ln
15 44

(b)

For the reaction system

1
44
ln
15 26

(c)

2 NO (g) O 2 (g) 2 NO 2 (g)

1
44
ln
15 35

(d)

1
35
ln
15 26

volume is suddenly produced to half its value by

increasing the pressure on it. If the reaction is of first order with respect to O 2 and second order
with respect to

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NO

, the rate of reaction will

(a) Diminish to one fourth of its initial value

(b)

Diminish to one eighth of its initial value

(c) Increase to eight times of its initial value

(d)

Increase to four times of its initial value

75% of a first order reaction was completed in 32 minutes when was 50% of the reaction
completed
(a) 16 min.

20

t1

(b) 24 min.

(c) 8 min. (d)

4 min.

can be taken as the time taken for the concentration of a reactant to drop to

value. If the rate constant for a first order reaction is

, the

t1

can be written as]

(a)

0 .10 / K

(b)

0 .29 / K

(c)

0 .69 / K

(d)

0 .75 / K

3
4

of its initial

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For a reaction, activation energy

(Ea ) 0

and rate constant

(K ) 3 . 2 10 6 s 1 at

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300 K. What is the

value of the rate constant at 310 K


(a)

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3 . 2 10 12 s 1

The rate constant

(b)

(K)

3 . 2 10 6 s 1

(c) 6 .4 10 12 s 1

6 . 4 10 6 s 1

(d)

of one reaction is double of the rate constant

(K )

of another reaction. Then

the relationship between the corresponding activation energies of the two reactions ( Ea and

Ea

will be
(a)
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Ea Ea

(b)

(b) 41010

(d)

Ea 4 Ea

(c) 4105

How many Faradays are required to reduce 1 mol of


(a) 3

25

(c) E a Ea

How many moles of Zn2+ carry a charge of 2105 C


(a) 1104

24

Ea Ea

(b) 5

BrO 3

(d) 11010

to Br

(c) 6

(d) 4

During electrolysis of fused aluminium chloride 0.9 gm of aluminium was deposited on the
cathode. The volume of chlorine liberated at the anode will be
(a) 2.24 litres

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(b) 11.2 litres

(c) 1.12 litres

Chromium metal can be plated out from an acidic solution containing


following equation (atomic weight of

Cr = 52).

(d) 5.6 litres


CrO 3

CrO 3 (g) 6 H 6 e Cr (s) 3 H 2 O

according to the

, How many grams

of chromium will be plated by 22400 C


(a) 2.96
27

28

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(c) 21.6

(d) 23.2

Which of the following is arranged in order of increasing ionic conductance


(a)

NH 4 Ag Na Li

(b)

Na NH 4 Ag Li

(c)

Li Na Ag NH 4

(d)

Ag Li Na NH 4

(c)

[Cr ( NH 3 )5 Cl ]Cl 2

Which has maximum conductivity


(a)

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(b) 2.16

[Cr ( NH 3 )3 Cl 3 ]

The reaction

(b)

[Cr ( NH 3 )4 Cl 2 ]Cl

1
H 2 (g) AgCl (s) H (aq ) Cl (aq ) Ag (s)
2

(d)

[Cr ( NH 3 )6 ]Cl 3

occurs in the Galvanic cell

(a)

Ag / AgCl (s)KCl (soln)|| AgNO 3 (soln) / Ag

(b)

Pt / H 2 (g) HCl (soln)|| AgNO 3 (soln) / Ag

(c)

Pt / H 2 (g) HCl (soln)|| AgCl (s) / Ag

(d)

Pt / H 2 (g) KCl (soln)|| AgCl (s) / Ag

Which of the following reactions occurs at the cathode during the charging of a lead storage
battery
(a)

Pb 2 2 e Pb

(b)

Pb 2 SO 42 PbSO 4

(c)

Pb Pb 2 2 e

(d)

PbSO 4 2 H 2 O 2 PbO 2 4 SO 42 2 e

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The cell formed by the two-redox couple

and

ox 1 / red 1

ox 2 / red 2

may be denoted by

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red 1 , ox 1 || red 2 , ox 2

The cell reaction is


(a)
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red 1 ox 1 red 2 ox 2

(b)

red 2 ox 2 red 1 ox 1

(c)

red 1 ox 2 ox 1 red 2 (d) red 1 red 2 ox 1 ox 2

The relationship between standard reduction potential of cell and equilibrium constant is shown
by
(a)

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0
Ecell

n
log K c
0 . 059

(b)

0
Ecell

0 . 059
log K c
n

(c)

0
Ecell
0 . 059 n log K c

(d)

0
Ecell

log K c
n

Electrode potentials of five elements A, B, C, D and E are respectively 1.36, 0.32, 0, 1.26 and
0.42. The reactivity order of these elements are in the order of
(a) A, D, E, B and C

(b) C, B, E, D and A

(c) B, D, E, A and C

(d) C, A, E, D

and B
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For a cell reaction involving a two-electron change, the standard emf of the cell is found to be
0.295 V at
(a)

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25 o C .

The equilibrium constant of the reaction at

1 10 10

(b)

29 . 5 10 2

25 o C

will be

(c) 10

(d)

1 10 10

The technique of protecting a metal from corrosion by connecting it to a second metal (that is
more easily oxidised) is called
(a) Cathodic protection

(b) Anodic protection

(c) Galvanisation

(d) Annealing