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Class: 2nd year Half Book Test Marks: 17 Time: 20 min

Subject: Chemistry Syllabus: Chapter 1-6 & 16

(Objective Type)

Q1: Encircle the correct option. (1 x 17 = 17)

1. The oxides of beryllium are:

(a). Acidic (b). Basic (c). Amphoteric (d). Neutral.

2. Mark the correct statement:

(a).Na+ is smaller than Na atom. (b). Na+ is larger than Na atom.

(c). Cl – is smaller than Cl atom. (d). Cl – and Cl atom are equal in size.

3. CaCl2 is added to NaCl in Down’s cell to:

(a). Decrease solubility (b). Decrease dissociation

(c). Decrease melting point (d). Decrease conductivity

4. Chile saltpeter has chemical formula:

(a). NaNO3 (b). KNO2 (c). Na2B4O7 (d). Na2CO3.H2O

5. Chemical composition of Colemanite is:

(a). Ca2B6O11.5H2O (b). CaNaB5O9.8H2O (c). CaB4H7.4H2O (d). Na2B4O7.5H2O.

6. Valence shell electronic configuration of the element of group IIIA is:

(a). ns1,np2 (b). ns2,np3 (c). ns0,np2 (d). ns2,np1

7. Laughing gas is:

(a). Nitrogen dioxide. (b). Dinitrogen oxide. (c). Nitrogen oxide (d). Dinitrogen tetraoxide.
8. Which specie has maximum number of unpaired electrons?

(a). O2 (b). O2+ (c). O2 – (d). O22 –

9. Gold dissolves in aqua regia to form:

(a). AuCl3 (b). AuI3 (c). AuI2 (d). Au2(SO4)3

10. When chlorine is reacted with NaOH at high temperature, the products formed are:

(a). NaCl + NaClO (b). NaCl + NaClO3 (c). NaClO + NaClO3 (d). NaCl + NaClO4.

11. Goiter is caused due to the deficiency of

(a). fluorine (b). bromine (c). chlorine (d). iodine

12. Which halogen is used as insecticide?

(a). Br2 (b). I2 (c). Cl2 (d). F2

13. Coordination number of Fe in [Fe(CN)6]4 – ion is:

(a). 4 (b). 2 (c). 6 (d). – 4

14. f – block elements are also called :

(a). non – typical transition elements (b). outer transition elements

(c). inner transition elements (d). none of these

15. Coinage metals are present in the periodic table in group:

(a). I – A (b). I – B (c). II – A (d). II – B

16. Atmosphere contains carbon dioxide:

(a). 0.01% (b). 0.02% (c). 0.03% (d). 0.04%.

17. Ozone is present in which layer of atmosphere?

(a). Troposphere (b). Mesosphere (c). Thermosphere (d). Stratosphere.
Class: 2nd year Half Book Test Marks: 68 Time: 2 hr 10 min

Subject: Chemistry Syllabus: Chapter 1-6 & 16

(Subjective Type)

Q2: Write answers of any eight (8) questions (2 x 8 = 16)

1. Why second electron affinity value of an electron has positive value?

2. Justify that BeO is an amphoteric oxide.
3. Why ionic radius of anion is always bigger than parent atom? Give reason.
4. What is a lanthanide contraction and how it controls the atomic sizes of the elements of 6 th and 7th period?
5. Why PbCl2 is mainly ionic, but PbCl4 fairly covalent?
6. Why Na2O is basic but P2O5 is acidic in character inspite of the fact that both sodium and phosphorus are
present in the same period.
7. What happens when CO2 gas is passed through lime water?
8. Why 2% gypsum is added in the cement?
9. Give formulas of the mineral (a)Halite (b) Natron
10. How is lime mortar is prepared?
11. How Plaster of Paris is formed? Give its two uses.
Q3: Write answers of any eight (8) questions (2 x 8 = 16)
1. Why CO2 is a gas, while SiO2 is a solid at room temperature?
2. Give uses of silicones.
3. What is the formula of white lead? Give its uses.
4. Why aluminium is not found in free in nature?
5. What is chemical garden?
6. Give uses of lead suboxide.
7. Complete and balance the following equations:
8. (a). Cu + HNO3 (dil) (b). Zn + HNO3 (dil)
9. Define dehydrating agent and write a chemical equation in which H2SO4 acts as dehydrating agent.
10. P2O5 is a powerful dehydrating agent. Prove it by giving example.
11. Why is SO3 dissolved in H2SO4 and not in water?
12. What is meant by fuming nitric acid?
Q4: Write answers of any six (6) questions (2 x 6 = 12)

1. How chlorine heptaoxide is prepared? Give equation also

2. Why fluorine and chlorine act as decolourizing agents?
3. How are the halogen acids ionized in water? Also give it chemical equation.
4. How is the activity of bleaching powder measured?
5. How will purify water by Aeration?
6. What is ‘Acid Rain’?
7. How detergents are threat to aquaqtic animal life?
8. Name the different components of environment.
9. What is chemical oxygen demand (COD)?
Write answers of any three (3) question. (3 x 8 = 24)

Q5: (a) Discuss the position of hydrogen with alkali metals and halogens.

(b) How caustic soda is prepared by ‘Diaphragm cell’?

Q6: (a) Give systematic names of following complexes:

(i). [Cr(OH)3(H2O)3] (ii). K2[Pt(Cl)6] (iii). [Pt(OH)2(NH3)4 ]SO4 (iv). K2[Cu(CN)4]

(b) What is ozone? How ozone in the atmosphere is measured? What is ozone hole?

Q7: (a) Explain open – hearth process for the manufacture of steel.

(b) Define acid rain. Write the reactions involved. Give its effects.

Q8: (a) Justify the position of hydrogen at the top of group IA and IVA of the periodic table.

(b) Write eight point of differences of lithium from its other family members.

Subject Teacher: Prof. Haroon Ejaz