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10 TH SCIENCE

ONE MARK QUESTION

BY
S.MANIVEL .M.SC ., B.Ed .
9. SOLUTION

1. A true solution is a homogeneous mixture of solute and solvent. Chalk powder in water
is a heterogenous mixture. Is it a true solution?

2. A solution that contains water as the solvent is called an aqueous solution. If carbon
disulphide is a solvent in a given solution, then the solution is called ______.
( aqueous solution, non- aqueous solution)

3. The solubility of common salt in 100g of water is 36g. If 20g of salt is dissolved in it,
how much more is required to attain saturation?

4. If two liquids are mutually soluble, they are called _______ liquids. (miscible, immiscible)
5. When sunlight passes through the window of a classroom, its path is visible. This is
due to _______of light. (reflection, scattering)

6. The particles in various forms are visible only under an ultra-microscope. A solution
containing such particles is called __________. (true solution, colloidal solution)

7. The number of components in a binary solution are/is _______ ( one / two)

8. The mixture of gases used by deep-sea divers is _______(helium-oxygen, oxygen-nitrogen)

9. Soil cannot store more nitrogen than it can hold. Hence soil is said to be in a state of
_________.(saturation, unsaturation)

10. In an endothermic process, solubility increases with _________ in temperature.


(increase, decrease)

11. Aquatic species are more comfortable in cold water because __________
i). as the temperature decreases, the solubility of dissolved oxygen increases.
ii) as the temperature increases, the solubility of dissolved oxygen increases.
iii) as the temperature increases, the solubility of dissolved oxygen decreases.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS

12. When sunlight passes through the window of your house, the dust articles scatter the light
making the path of the light visible. This phenomenon is called as
(Brownian motion, tyndall effect, Raman effect, uniform motion)
13. The solubility of Sodium Nitrate in water is (92g, 184g, 95g, 36g)
14. Which of the following is a true solution (Milk, Salt in carbon di sulphide, Blood, Sugar solution)
15. If carbon disulphide is a solvent in a given solution, then the solution is …………….. Solution
(Aqueous, Non-aqueous , Standard, True)
16. The value of Avogadro Number is
(6.023x1022, 6.023x1023, 6.023x10-24, 6.023x1024)
17. Salt solution - common salt dissolved in water is an example for (binary solution , Homogeneous )
18. Dispersed phase + Dispersion medium → ? (Colloidal solution , true solution )
19. an example for colloidal solution ----------- ( (Fat, Vitamin, Protein, milk ) , (sugar , water) )
20. chalk powder in water is an example for ---------- ( suspension , true solution )
21. Particle size of true solution is
a. 1Ao to 10Ao b . 10Ao to 2000Ao c. 10Ao to 100Ao d . more than 2000 A0
22. Particle size of colloidal solution is
a. 1Ao to 10Ao b . 10Ao to 2000Ao c. 10Ao to 100Ao d . more than 2000 A0
23. Particle size of suspension solution is
a. 1Ao to 10Ao b . 10Ao to 2000Ao c. 10Ao to 100Ao d . more than 2000 A0
24. the Appearance true solution is ----------- (Transparent , Translucent , Opaque )
25. the Appearance colloidal solution is ----------- (Transparent , Translucent , Opaque )
26. the Appearance suspension solution is ----------- (Transparent , Translucent , Opaque )
27. which of the solution particle is Visible under ultra-microscope ----------( true , colloidal , suspension )
28. which of the solution particle is Visible to the naked eye ------------- ( true , colloidal , suspension )
29. in which of the following particle Diffuses slowly ---------
a. true solution b. colloidal c. suspension d. none
30. which of the following particle scatters light ---------
a. sugar in water b . milk powder in water c. chalk powder in water d. all the above
31. If water is a solvent in a given solution, then the solution is …………….. Solution
a. Aqueous b. Non-aqueous c. Standard d. True)
32. If Benzene is a solvent in a given solution, then the solution is …………….. Solution
(Aqueous, Non-aqueous , Standard, True)
33. If ether is a solvent in a given solution, then the solution is …………….. Solution
(Aqueous, Non-aqueous , Standard, True)
34. In which solution the diffusion of particles does not occur? ( Suspension , true solution )
35. which of the following is a true solution ?
a. sugar in water b . milk powder in water c. chalk powder in water d. all the above
36. which of the following is a colloidal solution ?
a. sugar in water b . milk powder in water c. chalk powder in water d. all the above
37. which of the following is a suspension solution ?
a. sugar in water b . milk powder in water c. chalk powder in water d. all the above
38. which is non- aqueous solution ?
a. sugar in water b . common salt in water c. sulphur in CO2 d. all the above
39. non- aqueous solvent is / are
a. benzene b. ether c. CS2 d. all the above
40. in which of the following solutions , both solute and solvent are solids?
a. Cork b. cheese c. alloys d. smoke

41. in which of the following solutions containing liquid solute in gas solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. soda water d. smoke
42. in which of the following solutions containing liquid solute in liquid solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. soda water d. milk
43. in which of the following solutions containing liquid solute in solid solvent are solids?
Cork b. cheese c. soda water d. smoke
44. in which of the following solutions containing solid solute in liquid solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. sugar solution d. smoke
45. in which of the following solutions containing solid solute in gas solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. soda water d. smoke
46. in which of the following solutions containing gas solute in solid solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. soda water d. smoke
47. in which of the following solutions containing gas solute in liquid solvent are solids?
Cork b. cloud c. soda water d. smoke
48. scattering of light by colloidal particle is known as-----
a. tyndall effect b. Brownian motion c. Zeeman effect d. none
49. Robert brown observed the motion of the particle in
a. solution of sugar in water b. solution of salt in water c. suspension of pollen grains in water
d suspension of chalk powder in water
50. which of the following is a saturated solution ?
a. 5 g NaCl in 100 g water b. 10 g NaCl in 100 g water
c. 20 g NaCl in 100 g water d. 36 g NaCl in 100 g water
51. which of the following is a unsaturated solution ?
a. 5 g NaCl in 100 g water b. 10 g NaCl in 100 g water
c. 20 g NaCl in 100 g water d. all the above
52. which of the following factors affect solubility ?
a. temperature b. pressure c. nature of solute and solvent d. all the above
53. solubility of KNO3 ---------- with the increase in temperature
a. increases b . decreases c. remains constant d. none of these
54. solubility of CaO -------- with the increase in temperature
a. increases b . decreases c. remains constant d. none of these
55. solubility of CO2 gas in water ---------- with the increase in pressure
a. increases b . decreases c. remains constant d. none of these
56. at 200 C the solubility of CuSO4 in water ( 100 g) is
a. 36 g b. 20.7 g c. 10 g d. 92 g
57. at 250 C the solubility of NaCl in water ( 100 g) is
a. 36 g b. 20.7 g c. 10 g d. 92 g
58. at 200 C the solubility of NaBr in water ( 100 g) is
a. 36 g b. 20.7 g c. 95 g d. 92 g
59. . at 200 C the solubility of NaI in water ( 100 g) is
a. 184 g b. 20.7 g c. 10 g d. 92g
60. which of the following is a dehydrating agent ( absorbs moisture ) ?
a. sodium hydroxide b.anhydrous calcium chloride c. suger d. none of these
61. an increase in pressure ---------- the solubility of a gas in liquid. ( increase , decrease )
11. CHEMICAL REACTIONS

1. Zn + 2HCl → ZnCl2 + H2 ↑
The above reaction is an example of ______ .
a. Combination reaction ii) Double displacement reaction
b. Displacement reaction iv) Decomposition reaction.

2. A reddish brown coloured element ‘X’ on heating in air, becomes a black coloured
compound ‘Y’. X and Y are______ and ________(Cu, CuO / Pb, PbO).

3. A student tests the pH of pure water using a pH paper. It shows green colour. If a
pH paper is used after addg lemon juice to water, what colour will he observe?
(Green / Red / Yellow)

4. Chemical volcano is an example of _________ .


(combination reaction / decomposition reaction)

5. When crystals of lead nitrate on heating strongly produces _________ gas and the
colour of the gas is _________.

6. When aqueous solution of silver nitrate and sodium chloride are mixed, _______
precipitate is immediately formed (white / yellow / red).

7. Aluminium can displace Zinc metal from aqueous solution of Zinc sulphate because______
(zinc is more reactive than aluminium / aluminium is more reactive than zinc).

8. To protect tooth decay, we are advised to brush our teeth regularly. The nature of the
tooth paste commonly used is ______ in nature.

9. Vinegar is present in acetic acid. Curd contains _____ acid.


(Lactic acid / Tartaric acid).

10. pH = - log10 [H+]. The pH of a solution containing hydrogen ion concentration of 0.001M
Solution is _____ ( 3 / 11 / 14)

ADDITIONAL QUESTION

11. On heating the green colour copper carbonate changes into ----- colour resulting in the
Formation of copper oxide? ( black / white )

12. pH + pOH = 14. If the value of pOH of a substance is 3, its pH is (11 /5 /3/ 4)
13. pH = - log10 [H+]. The pH of a solution containing hydrogen ion concentration of 1.0 x 10-9M
solution is _____ ( 3 / 9 / 14)
14. pOH = - log10 [OH-]. The pH of a solution containing hydroxide ion concentration of 0.001M
solution is _____ ( 3 / 11 / 14)
15. pOH = - log10 [OH-]. The pH of a solution containing hydroxide ion concentration of 1.0 x 10-9M
solution is _____ ( 5 / 9 / 14)
16. pOH = - log10 [OH-]. The pH of a solution containing hydroxide ion concentration of 1.0 x 10-8M
solution is _____ ( 5 / 6 / 14)
17. Any metal mixed with mercury is called ________ (Alloy, Solution, Amalgam, Salt )

18. The percentage of purity of Gold is calculated for making ornaments. (22 / 24 x 100 , 24 / 22 x 100 )

19. 2 KClO3 → 2 KCl + 3 O2 . In this chemical reaction MnO2 acts as (catalyst / reagent )
20. the lustrous white colour of the silver anklet slowly changes into slightly black colour. This is called
tarnishing of silver. this due to the formation of
a. silver sulphide (Ag2S) b. silver oxide (Ag2O) c. silver carbonate d. silver nitrate
21. tranishing of silver is due the reaction between silver and
a. oxygen b. hydrogen sulphide c. carbon dioxide d. nitrogen
22. quick lime is
a.calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2 b. sodium hydroxide c. calcium oxide CaO d. sodium carbonate
23. slaked lime is
a.calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2 b. sodium hydroxide c. calcium oxide CaO d. sodium carbonate
24. when dilute hydrochloric acid is added to calcium carbonate, brisk effervescence is produced. This is
due to the evolution of ------- gas
a. CO2 b. O2 c. H2 d. Cl2
25. which of the following is used for white washing?
a. sodium hydroxide b. calcium hydroxide c. calcium oxide d. sodium chloride
26. chemical formula for marble is
a. CaCO3 b. CaO c. Na2CO3 d. Ca(OH)2
27. when copper carbonate is heated , colour is changed from
a. blue to white b. green to black c. green to red d. blue to black
28. Which is less reactive ?
a. Fe b. Zn c. Pb d. Cu
29. Which of the following reaction does not occur?
a. Fe + CuSO4 → FeSO4 + Cu b. Pb + CuCl2 → PbCl2 + Cu
c. Zn + CuSO4 → ZnSO4 + Cu d. Cu + ZnSO4 → CuSO4 + Zn
30. The catalyst used in the decomposition of potassium chlorate is
a. Manganese dioxide b. magnesium oxide c. nitrogen dioxide d. none
31. 2 Mg + O2 → 2MgO. This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Combination b. decomposition c. oxidation d. both a & b
32. C + O2 → CO2. This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Combination b. decomposition c. displacement d. elimination
33. CuCO3 → CuO + CO2.This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Combination b. decomposition c. displacement d. elimination
34. 2 Pb(NO3)2 → 2 PbO + 4 NO2 + O2 . This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Combination b. decomposition c. displacement d. elimination
35. CaCO3 → CaO + CO2.This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. combination b. decomposition c. displacement d. elimination
36. (NH4)Cr2O7 → Cr2O3 + N2 + 4H2O.This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Combination b. decomposition c. displacement d. elimination
37. Na2SO4 + BaCl2 → BaSO4 + 2 NaCl . This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. decomposition b. double decomposition c. displacement d. combination
38. CuSO4 + H2S → CuS + H2SO4 . This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Double decomposition b. displacement c. decomposition d. elimination
39. Fe + CuSO4 → FeSO4 + Cu . This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Double decomposition b. composition c. displacement d. decomposition
40. CuO + H2 → Cu + H2O . This is an example for ----------- reaction
a. Decomposition b. decomposition c. reduction d. elimination
41. Our body metabolism is carried out by means of ------ secreted in our stomach
a. Hydrochloric acid b. sulphuric acid c. nitric acid d. formic acid
42. Substances with “ sour taste” are
a. Acid b. bases c. salts d. none of these
43. Which of the following is weak acid ?
a. HCl b.HNO3 c. H2SO4 d. CH3COOH
44. Formic acid (HCOOH) is
a. Mineral acid b. strong acid c. weak acid d. dibasic acid
45. The acid present in grape is
a. Acetic acid b. malic acid c. tartaric acid lactic acid
46. The acid present in apple is
a. Acetic acid b. malic acid c. tartaric acid d. lactic acid
47. The acid present in lemon is
a. Acetic acid b. citric acid c. oxalic acid d. lactic acid
48. The acid present in tomato is
a. Acetic acid b. citric acid c. lactic acid d. oxalic acid
49. The acid present in vinegar is
a. Acetic acid b. citric acid c. lactic acid d. oxalic acid
50. The acid present in curd is
a. Acetic acid b. lactic acid c. citric acid d. oxalic acid
51. -------- Gas burns with a „pop‟ ing sound
a. Hydrogen b. oxygen c. nitrogen d. chlorine
52. Tribasic acid is
a. H2SO4 b. CH3COOH c. H3PO4 d. H3PO3
53. Monobasic acid is
a. HCl b. HNO3 c. CH3COOH d. all the above
54. Dibasic acid is
a. H2SO4 b. H2CO3 c. CH3COOH d. both a & b
55. Which of the following does not liberate hydrogen gas on reaction with acids ?
a. Zn b. Mg c. Ag , Cu d. all the above
56. Lime stone , chalk and marble are different physical forms of
a. Calcium carbonate b. sodium carbonate c. potassium carbonate d. none of these
57. Washing soda is
a. Na2CO3 b. NaHCO3 c. CaO d. CaCO3
58. Baking soda is
a. Na2CO3 b. NaHCO3 c. CaO d. CaCO3
59. The gas which turns lime water milky is
a. H2S b. O2 c. SO2 d. CO2
60. Metal carbonates, metal bicarbonates and metal oxides are
a. Acidic b. basic c. neutral d. none of these
61. King of chemicals is
a. Sulphuric acid b. nitric acid c. hydrochloric acid d. tartaric acid
62. Which is used as a cleansing agent in toilet ?
a. Sulphuric acid b. nitric acid c. hydrochloric acid d. tartaric acid
63. Which is used as a car battery ?
a. Sulphuric acid b. nitric acid c. hydrochloric acid d. tartaric acid
64. Which is used as a production of ammonium nitrate ?
a. Sulpuric acid b. nitric acid c. hydrochloric acid d. tartaric acid
65. Which is used as a constituent of baking powder ?
a. Sulphuric acid b. nitric acid c. carbonic acid d. tartaric acid
66. Which is used as a aerated drinks ?
a. Nitric acid b. sulpuric acid c. carbonic acid d. tartaric acid
67. Which is used as a food preservation ?
a. Nitric acid b. carbonic acid c. tartaric acid d. sodium benzoate
68. The atmosphere of vems is made up of thick white and yellowish clouds of -------
a. Sulphuric acid b. nitric acid c. hydrochloric acid d. tartaric acid
69. Caustic soda is
a. NaOH b. KOH c. Ca(OH)2 d. H2SO4
70. Caustic potash is
a. NaOH b. KOH c. Ca(OH)2 d. H2SO4
71. Which of the following is a weak base ?
a. NaOH b. KOH c. NH4OH d. all the above
72. Which of the following is a strong base ?
a. NaOH b. KOH c. NH4OH d. doth a & b
73. Monoacidic base is
a. NaOH b. KOH c. Cu(OH)2 d. both a & b
74. Diacidic base is
a. Ca(OH)2 b. Mg(OH)2 c. KOH d. both a & b
75. Triacidic base is
a. Al(OH)3 b. Fe(OH)3 c. Ca(OH)3 d. both a & b
76. Which of the following does not react with NaOH ?
a. Ag b. Cr c. Cu d. all of these
77. Which of the following react with NaOH ?
a. Al b. Zn c. Cu d. both a & b
78. Which is used as a medicine for stomach troubles ?
a. NaOH b. Ca(OH)2 c. Al(OH)3 d. Mg(OH)2
79. Which is used as a manufacture of soap ?
a. NaOH b. KOH c. Cu(OH)2 d . none

80. Which is used as a white washing the buildings ?


a. NaOH b. Ca(OH)2 c. Al(OH)3 d. none
81. Which is used to remove grease stains fromclothes ?
a. NaOH b. Ca(OH)2 c. Al(OH)3 d. all the above
82. PH scale was introduced by
a. S.P.L. Sorenson b. J.J. Thomson c. kelvin d.Rutherford
83. PH of an acidic solution is
a. < 7 b. >7 c. = 7 d. 14
H
84. P of an basic solution is
a. <7 b. > 7 c. = 7 d. 14
85. PH of an neutral solution is
a. < 7 b. > 7 c. = 7 d. 14
86. P of a solution is 10 . what is the POH ?
H

a. 10 b. 7 c. 0 d. 4
H OH
87. P + P =
a. 14 b. 7 c. 0 d. 5
H
88. P of lemon juice is
a. 4.1 b. 2.2 – 2.4 c. 6.5 – 7.5 d. 4.4 – 5.5
H
89. P of tomato juice is
a. 4.1 b. 2.2 – 2.4 c. 12 d. 6.5 – 7.5
90. PH of coffee is
a. 4.1 b. 2.2 c. 4.4 – 5.5 d. 12
H
91. P of human saliva is
a. 6.5 – 7.5 b. 4.2 c. 2.1 d. 12
92. PH of house hold ammonia is
a. 4.1 b. 2.2 c. 12.0 d. 4.4
93. Human body becomes prone to viral infections like colds, cough and flu at a PH of
a. 14 b. 0 c. 9.6 d. 6.9
94. Cancer cells thrive inside the body at a PH of
a. 14 b. 0 c. 9.6 d. 5.5
95. The PH of a normal, healthy human skin is
a. 4.5 – 6 b. 6.6 – 7.7 c. 2.4 d. 7
H
96. P of stomach fluid is approximately
a. 0 b. 7 c. 2 d. 10
97. Human blood PH range is
a. 7.35 – 7.45 b. 4.35 – 4.45 c. 8.35 – 8.45 d. 2.35 – 2.45
98. The ideal PH for blood is
a. 7.4 b. 2.4 c. 7 d. 14
99. White enamel coating in our teeth is
a. Calcium phosphate b. calcium chloride c. calcium carbonate d. calcium oxide
100. PH of rain water is approximately
a. 0 b.14 c. 7 d. 5
101. Rain water is
a. Acidic b. basic c. neutral d. alkaline
102. If rain water is polluted by --------- acid rain occurs
a. SO2 and NO2 b. CO2 and CO c. CaO and Na2O d. none of these
103. Which is normal salt ?
a. NaCl b. NaHSO4 c. Pb(OH)Cl d. potash alum
104. Which is acid salt ?
a. NaCl b. NaHSO4 c. Pb(OH)Cl d. none
105. Which is basic salt ?
a. NaCl b. NaHSO4 c. Pb(OH)Cl d. none
106. Which of the following is used in softening hard water ?
a. NaHCO3 b. Na2CO3 c. CaCO3 d. K2CO3
107. Which is used in softening hard water ?
a. Na2CO3 b. NaHCO3 c. CaOCl2 d. NaCl
108. Which is used to cleaning agent for domestic purposes ?
a. Na2CO3 b. NaCl c. KOH d. none
109. Which is used in making baking powder ?
a. NaCl b. Na2CO3 c. NaHCO3 d. CaOCl2
110. Which is used in disinfecting drinking water ?
a. CaOCl2 b. NaCl c. NaOH d. NaHCO3
111. Which is used to bleaching cotton and linen in the textile industry
a. CaOCl2 b. NaOH c. NaHCO3 d.Na2CO3
112. Which is plaster pairs ?
a. CaSO4.1/2H2O b. CaOCl2 c.Na2CO3 d. none
113. Which is used for plastering fractured bones ?
a. CaSO4.1/2H2O b. Na2CO3 c. NaOH d. NaCl
114. Which is used in making casts for statues ?
a. CaSO4.1/2H2O b.Na2CO3 c. NaCl d. NaOH
12. PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS
1. In the modern periodic table, periods and groups are given. Periods and Groups
indicate_________ i) Rows and Columns ii) Columns and Rows

2. The third period contains elements. Out of these elements, how many elements are
non-metals? (8,5)

3. An element which is an essential constituent of all organic compounds belongs to the


_________ group. (14th group / 15th group)

4. Ore is used for the extraction of metals profitably. Bauxite is used to extract aluminium,
it can be termed as ________. (ore / mineral)

5. Gold does not occur in the combined form. It does not react with air or water. It is in the
______ state. (native / combined)

ADDITION QUESTION

6. Assertion: A greenish layer appears on copper vessels, if left uncleaned.


Reason: It is due to the formation of a layer of basic copper carbonate
Give the correct option:
a. Assertion and reason are correct and relevant to each other.
b. Assertion is true but reason is not relevant to the assertion.

7. A process employed for the concentration of sulphide ore is __________.


(froth floatation / gravity separation)

8. Coating the surface of iron with other metal prevents it from rusting. If it is coated with
a thin layer of zinc, it is called _______ . (galvanization / painting / cathodic protection)

9. Any metal mixed with mercury is called an amalgam. The amalgam used for dental
filling is _________. (Ag – Sn amalgam / Cu – Sn amalgam)

10. Assertion: In thermite welding, aluminium powder and Fe2O3 are used.
Reason: Aluminium powder is a strong reducing agent. Does the reason satisfy the
assertion?
11. Elements of Group 3 to 12 in the long form of periodic table are called.
(transition elements)

12. Atomic number of Iron is 26. Its electronic configuration is ( 2,8,14,2 / 2,8,10,4)

13. To design the body of the aircraft ________ alloys are used.( Aluminium / cobalt / iron )
14. Modern periodic law states that the physical and chemical properties of elements
are the periodic function of their ( atomic number / atomic mass)
15. Second group element are called -----( alkaline earth metals / alkali metal)
16. Number of groups in modern periodic table is ________ (7, 17, 18, 8)

17. Bauxite is used to extract aluminium it can be termed as


(Ore, Mineral, flux, Slag)

18. Any metal mixed with mercury is called _________


(Alloy, Solution, Amalgam, Salt)
19. An amalgam is an alloy of metal with ------------ (carbon, mercury, hydrogen, gold)

20. Elements of Group 3 to 12 in the long form of periodic table are called.
( representative elements, transition elements, Inner transition elements, Inert gases )
21. The modern periodic table is divided into four blocks known as -----
( s,p,d,and f blocks / K,L,M and N blocks )
22. The elements present in a ----- have the same valence ( group / period )
23. Atomic size of the elements in a period ------ from left to the right. (decreases / increases )
24. Atomic size of the elements in a group ------ from left to the right. (decreases / increases )
25. The atomic radii of the elements present in a group ------- downwards (decreases / increases )
26. Modern periodic table is based on ------------ ( atomic number / atomic weight )
27. Oxide ores are concentrated by ------ process ( froth – floatation / gravity separation )
28. Haematite ores (Fe2O3 ) are concentrated by ------ process ( froth – floatation / gravity separation )
29. Copper pyrite ores ( CuFeS2 ) are concentrated by ------ process ( froth – floatation / gravity separation )
30. Bauxite is converted into alumina by ---------- process ( baeyer‟s / hall‟s )
31. Aluminium is produced by the electrolytic reduction of fused alumina by ------ process
( baeyer‟s / hall‟s )
32. In the production of aluminium by the electrolytic reduction of fused alumina by hall‟s process,-------- is
Used to lower the fusion temperature of electrolyte. ( fluorspar / cryolite )
33. Matte is ---------- ( Cu2S + FeS / Cu2O + FeO )
34. In the extraction of copper --------- is formed as slag. ( iron silicate FeSiO3 / calcium silicate CaSiO3 )
35. Blister copper contains ------
( 95 % pure copper and 5 % impurities / 98 % pure copper and 2 % impurities )
36. In the extraction of iron --------- is formed as slag. ( iron silicate FeSiO3 / calcium silicate CaSiO3 )
37. Formula for rust is ------- ( Al2O3xH2O / Fe2O3xH2O )
38. Smelting process involves ------------ ( oxidation / reduction )

39. Moseley suggested that ------ should be the basis of the classification of the element.
a. Atomic number b. atomic mass c. mass number d. oxidation number
40. Modern periodic law was given by
a. Mendeleev b. Newland c. Doberiner d. Moseley
41. Number of periods in modern periodic table is
a. 18 b. 6 c. 7 d. 8
42. Number of groups in modern periodic table is
a. 6 b. 18 c. 7 d. 8
43. Number of elements present in the second period of modern periodic table is
a. 2 b. 8 c. 18 d. 32
44. Number of elements present in the 3rd period of modern periodic table is
a. 2 b. 4 c.8 d. 15
45. Number of elements present in the 4th period of modern periodic table is
a. 18 b. 8 c. 12 d. 32
46. Number of elements present in the 5th period of modern periodic table is
a. 12 b. 18 c. 2 d. 32
47. Number of elements present in the 6th period of modern periodic table is
a. 23 b. 18 c. 32 d. 8
48. Number of elements present in the 7th period of modern periodic table is
a. 2 b. 8 c. 18 d. 32
49. Number of transition elements present in the 5th period of modern periodic table is
a. 2 b. 8 c. 10 d. 32
50. Number of transition elements present in the 6th period of modern periodic table is
a. 10 b. 8 c. 5 d.32
51. Group 16 elements are called chalcogen family except -------
a. Sulphur b. oxygen c. polonium d. tellurium
52. Group 17 elements are called -------
a. Chalcogen b. halogen c. noble gases d. none
53. Group 18 elements are called -------
a. Chalcogen b. inert gases c. noble gases d. both a & b
54. First group elements are called ------
a. Alkali metals b. alkaline metals c. transition metals d. none
55. Second group elements are called ------
a. Alkali metals b. alkaline earth metals c. transition metals d. none
56. Group 16 elements are called ----------
a. Chalcogen b. inert gases c. halogen d. all the above
57. The lanthanides and actinides which form part of the group 3 are called -----
a. Transition element b. inner transition elements c. halogen d. chalcogen
58. -------- was the first metal to be used making utensils , weapons and for other words
a. Copper b. silver c. aluminium d. nickel
59. Nuclear energy is obtained from --------- metal
a. Uranium b. aluminium c. zirconium d. chromium
60. Pure gold is ------ carat gold
a. 22 b. 18 c. 24 d.20
61. Which of the following metals are found in a free state or in native state ?
a. Gold b. silver c. platinum d. all the above
62. --------- is the most abundant metal in the earth’s crust.
a. Sodium b. calcium c. aluminium d. iron
63. The chief ore of aluminium is
a. Bauxite b. cryolite c. corundum d. clay
64. ----------- is used in thermite welding
a. Mg + Cr2O3 b. Fe + Al2O3 c. Al + Fe2O3 d. Al2O3 + Fe2O3
65. The chief ore of copper is
a. Copper pyrite b. ruby copper c. cuprite d. copper sulphate

66. ------- is the second most abundant metal after aluminium


a. Copper b. iron c. silver d. platium
67. Corrosion can be prevented by coating the meta surface with
a. Paint b. oil c. grease d. all the above
68. ------------ can be magnetized
a. Aluminium b. copper c. iron d. all of these
69. ----------- is a magnetic oxide
a. Fe3O4 b. Al2O3 c. Cu2O d. CuO
70. Which of the following is a sulphide ore ?
a. Iron pyrite b. galena c. zinc blende d. all the above
71. Which of the following is a halide ore ?
a. Cryolite b. fluorspar c. rock salt d. all the above
72. Which of the following is a carbonate ore ?
a. Marble b. magnesite c. siderite d. all the above
73. Which of the following is a oxides ore ?
a. Bauxite b. cuprite c. haematite d. all the above
74. The bauxite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
75. The cuprite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b.Cu2O c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
76. The haematite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
77. The marble is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
78. The siderite is
a.MgCO3 b. CaCO3 c. FeCO3 d. Na3AlF6
79. The cryolite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
80. The fluorspar is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. CaF2 d. Na3AlF6
81. The rock salt is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. NaCl
82. The galena is
a.PbS b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
83. The iron pyrite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. CaCO3 c. FeS2 d. Na3AlF6
84. The zinc blende is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. ZnS c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
85. ----------- reacts with alkalis
a. Aluminium b. copper c. iron d. all of these
86. ----------- is used in making springs, anchors and electromagnets
a. Pig iron b. steel c. wrought iron d. none of these
87. Rusting of iron requires
a. Air b. water c. both air and water d. none of these

88. Copper is not attacked by


a. Cl2 b. conc.H2SO4 c. alkalis d. conc.HNO3
89. Group 13 elements is -------- family
a. Boron b. carbon c. nitrogen d. halogen
90. Group 14 elements is -------- family
a. Boron b. carbon c. nitrogen d. chalcogen
91. Group 15 elements is -------- family
a. Boron b. carbon c. nitrogen d. halogen
92. The last element authenticated by IUPAC is
a. Cn112(copernicium) b. actinium c.lanthanide d. potassium
93. Which of the followings are called coinage metals ?
a. Copper b. silver c. gold d. all the above
94. Which of the followings are called strategic metals ?
a. Titanium ,chromium b. manganese c. zirconium d. all the above
95. The rocky impurity, associated with the ore is called
a. Gangue b. matrix c. flux d. both a & b
96. The example for flux
a. Calcium oxide b. silica c. calcium carbonate d. both a & b
97. The slag is
a. Gangue b. flux + mining c. flux + gangue d. flux
98. The zincite is
a.Al2O3.2H2O b. ZnO c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
99. The calamine is
a.ZnO b. ZnCo3 c. CaCO3 d. HgS
100. The homsilver is
a.AgCl b. CaCO3 c. Fe2O3 d. Na3AlF6
101. The cinnabar is
a. ZnS b. ZnO c. ZnCO3 d. HgS
102. Aluminium is not attacked by
a. Conc.H2SO4 b. dil.HNO3 c. cocn.HNO3 d. both b & c
103. Pig iron with carbon content of
a. 2 – 4.5 % b. < 0.25 % c. > 0.25 % d. 0.25 – 2 %
104. Wrought iron with carbon content of
a. 2 % b. 0.25 % c. < 0.25 % d. > 0. 25 %
105. Steel iron with carbon content of
a. 2 – 4.5 % b. 0.25 % c. < 0. 25 % d. 0.25 – 2 %
106. The brass alloy are
a. Cu,Zn b. Cu,Sn c. Zn,Cr d. none
107. The bronze alloy are
a. Cu,Zn b. Cu,Sn c. Zn, Cu d.none
108. The duralumin alloy are
a. Al,Mg b. Mn,Cu c.Zn,Cu d. both a & b
109. The magnalium alloy are
a. Al,Mg b. Mn,Cu c. Cu,Sn d.Cu,Zn

110. The stainless steel alloy are


a. Fe,C b. Ni,Cr c. Al,Mg d. both a & b
111. The nickel steel alloy are
a. Fe,C,Ni b. Cr,C,Ni c. Zn,C,Ni d. none
112. The elements present in a ------- have identical chemical properties. ( period / group )
113. ------- a constituent of blood pigment ( haemoglobin )
a. Mg b. Fe c. Co d. Ca
114. ------- a constituent of bone and teeth
a. Mg b. Fe c. Co d. Ca
115. ------- a constituent of vitamin B-12
a. Mg b. Fe c. Co d. Ca
116. ------- a constituent of chlorophyll
a.Mg b. Fe c. Co d. Ca
117. Atomic number of aluminium is 13. Iits electronic configuration is
a. 2,8,2 b.2,8,3 c. 2,8,14,2 d. 2,8,14,4
118. Atomic number of copper is 29. Iits electronic configuration is
a. 2,8,8,1 b. 2,8,8,2 c. 2,8,14,3 d. 2,8,14,4
13. CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS
1. Assertion: Chemical bonds in organic compounds are covalent in nature.
Reason: Covalent bond is formed by the sharing of electrons in the bonding atoms.
Does the reason satisfy the given assertion?

2. Assertion: Diamond is the hardest crystalline form of carbon.


Reason: Carbon atoms in diamond are tetrahedral in nature (Verify the suitability of
reason to the given Assertion mentioned above)

3. Assertion: Due to catenation a large number of carbon compounds are formed.


Reason: Carbon compounds show the property of allotropy.
Does the reason hold good for the given Assertion?

4. Buckminster fullerene is the allotropic form of _______ .(Nitrogen / Carbon / Sulphur)

5. Even though it is a non-metal, graphite conducts electricity. It is due to the


presence of ___________ . (free electrons / bonded electrons)

6. The formula of methane is CH4 and its succeeding member ethane is expressed as
C2H6. The common difference of succession between them is _______ .(CH2 / C2 H2)

7. IUPAC name of the first member of alkyne is ___________ . (ethene / ethyne)

8. Out of ketonic and aldehydic group, which is the terminal functional group?

9. Acetic acid is heated with Na2CO3 in a test tube. A colourless and odourless gas (X) is
evolved. The gas turns lime water milky. Identify X

10. Assertion: Denaturation of ethyl alcohol makes it unfit for drinking purpose.
Reason: Denaturation of ethyl alcohol is carried out by pyridine.
Check whether the reason is correct for assertion.

ADDITION QUESTION

11. Ethanol on oxidation in the presence of alkaline potassium permaganate or acidified


potassium dichromate gives the following acid. ( Ethanoic acid or Acetic acid / methanoic acid )

12. The saturated hydrocarbons form homologous series with the general
formula CnH2n+2. The formula of the second member in this series is (C2H6 / C3H6 )
13. Ethanol on oxidation in the presence of alkaline potassium permanganate or acidified
potassium dichromate gives …………….. Acid.
(Propanoic, Butanoic, Methanoic, Ethanoic)
14. Buckminster fullerence is the allotropic form of
(Nitrogen, Carbon, Sulphur, Phosphorous)
15. The functional group of carboxylic acid is _________
(-OH, -CHO, -C=O, -COOH)
16. The organic compound synthesized by wohler from inorganic compound ( ammonium cyanate ) is
a. Methane b.urea c. sucrose d. acetic acid
17. Kohinoor diamond is a
a. 105 carat diamond b. 24 carat diamond c. 100 carat diamond d. 18 carat diamond
18. Valency of carbon is
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
19. Ground state electronic configuration of carbon is
a. 1s2 2s2 2p1 b. 1s2 2s2 2p3 c. 1s2 2s2 2p2 d. 1s2 2s2 2p6
20. Which is the hardest substance ?
a. Graphite b. diamond c. coke d. charcoal
21. Which of the following is the conductor of electricity ?
a. Graphite b. diamond c. coke d. charcoal
22. Free electrons are present in
a. Graphite b. diamond c. coke d. charcoal
23. Ethyl alcohol is isomeric with
a. Dimethyl ether b. diethyl ether c. ethylmethyl ether d. ethanal
24. Methane undergoes -------- reaction in the presence of sunlight
a. Addition b. substitution c. decarboxylation d. dehydration
25. Unsaturated carbon compounds undergo ------ reaction with hydrogen in the presence of palladium or
nickel catalyst.
a. Addition b. substitution c. decarboxylation d. dehydration
26. Successive members of a homologous series differ by a
a. CH3 group b. CH4 group c. CH group d. CH2 group
27. Successive members of a homologous series differ in molecular mass by
a. 12 amu b. 13 amu c, 14 amu d. 16 amu
28. General molecular formula of alkanes is
a. CnH2n +2 b. CnH2n c. CnH2n - 2 d. CnHn +2
29. General molecular formula of alkenes is
a. CnH2n +2 b. CnH2n c. CnH2n - 2 d. CnHn +2
30. General molecular formula of alkynes is
a. CnH2n +2 b. CnH2n - 2 c. CnH2n +2 d. CnHn +2
31. Ethanol is used as
a. An anti-freeze in automobile radiators b. a preservative for biological specimen
c.an antiseptic to sterilize wounds d. all the above
32. ----------- is used in cough and digestive syrups
a. Methanol b. ethanol c. methanol d. ethanoic acid
33. Fruity smelling compound is
a. Methanol b. vinegar c. ethyl ethanoate (ester ) d. ethyl alcohol
34. Ethanol reacts with sodium metal to liberate -------- gas
a. Hydrogen b. carbon dioxide c. oxygen d. carbon monoxide
35. Sour taste of fruits is due to the presence of
a. Ethyl alcohol b. methyl alcohol c. formaldehyde d. acetic acid

36. Ethanoic acid is a


a. Weak acid b. strong acid c. weak base d. strong base
37. Which of the following turns blue litmus to red ?
a. Ethanol b. sodium hydroxide c. ethanoic acid d. ethanol
38. Which is used for making vinegar ?
a. Ethanol b. ethanoic acid c. formaldehyde d. methanol
39. Which is used as a preservative in food and fruit juices ?
a. Ethanol b. vinegar c. methanol d. formaldehyde
40. Which is used for coagulating rubber from latex ?
a. Ethanol b. ethanoic acid c. methanol d. methanal
41. Removal of CO2 is known as
a. Carboxylation b. decarboxylation c. dehydration d. esterification
42. Intake of ----------- in very small quantities can cause death
a. Methanol b. ethanol c. ethanoic acid d. vinegar
43. Soda lime is the solid mixture of
a. 1 part of NaOH and 3 part of CaO b. 3 part of NaOH and 1 part of CaO
c. 1 part of NaCl and 3 part of CaO d. 3 part of NaCl and 1 part of CaO
44. Diamond and graphite are --------- form of carbon . ( crystalline / amorphous )
45. Coke and charcoal are --------- form of carbon . ( crystalline / amorphous )
46. Buck minster fullerene consists of ------ carbon
a. 50 b. 90 c. 12 d. 60
47. Carbon compounds have low melting and boiling points because of their ------- nature
a. Ionic b. covalent c. coordination d. both a & b
48. Alkaline potassium permanganate and acidified potassium dichromate are ------ agents
a. Oxidation b. reduction c. elimination d. none
49. In the manufacture of ethanol from molasses, ammonium sulphate and ammonium phosphate act as
a. Catalyst b. food for yeast c. reduction d. none
50. Molasses contain ---------
a. 30 % sucrose b. 90 % sucrose c. 50 % sucrose d. 1 % sucrose
51. ------------ causes the protoplasm to get coagulated ( ethanoic acid / methanol )
52. ------------ affects the optic nerve , causing blindness ( methanol / acetic acid )
53. Methylated spirit contain ---------
a. Mixture of 95 % ethanol and 5 % methanol b. Mixture of 95 % ethanol and 4.5 % methanol
c.mixture of petrol and ethanol d. mixture of ethanol and pyridine
54. Rectified spirit contain ---------
a. Mixture of 95 % ethanol and 5 % methanol b. mixture of 95 % ethanol and 4.5 5 methanol
c.mixture of ethanol and pyridine d. 100 % pure ethanol
55. Power alcohol contain ---------
a. Mixture of ethanol and pyridine b. 100 % pure ethanol
c.mixture of 95 % ethanol and 5 % methanol d. mixture of petrol and ethanol
56. Denatured spirit contain -------
a. 100 % pure ethanol b. mixture of ethanol and pyridine
b. Mixture of petrol and ethanol d. mixture of 95 % ethanol and 5 % methanol
57. Absolute alcohol contain ---------
a. Mixture of ethanol and pyridine b. mixture of 95 % ethanol and 5 % methanol
c.mixture of petrol and ethanol d. 100 % pure ethanol
58. IUPAC name of first member of alkane is
( methane, methyne, ethene, ethyne )
59. IUPAC name of first member of alkene is
( methane, methyne, ethene, ethyne )
60. IUPAC name of first member of aldehyde is
(methanal, methanol, ethene, propanone )
61. IUPAC name of CH3-CH2-CH=CH2 is
a. But-1-ene b. but-2-ene c. but-1-yne d. butylene
62. IUPAC name of CH3CH2CH2-OH is
a. 1-propanol b. 2-propanol c. 3-propanol d. none
63. IUPAC name of CH3CH(OH)CH3 is
a. 1-propanol b. 2-propanol c. 3-propanol d. all the above
64. IUPAC name of CH3CH2CH2-CHO is
a. Propanal b. butanal c. 2-butanal d.butanol
65. IUPAC name of CH3COOH is
a. Methanoic acid b. ethanoic acid c. propanoic acid d.formic acid
66. IUPAC name of H-COOH is
a. Formic acid b. acetic acid c. methanoic acid d. ethanoic acid
67. IUPAC name of CH3CH2COOH is
a. Acetic acid b. propionic acid c. ethanoic acid d. propanoic acid
68. IUPAC name of CH3CH2CH2COOH is
a. Propionic acid b. n-butyric acid c. butanoic acid d. propanoic acid
69. The functional group of aldehyde is _________
(-OH, -CHO, -C=O, -COOH)
70. The functional group of ketone is _________
(-OH, -CHO, -C=O, -COOH)
71. The enzyme which converts glucose into alcohol is ----------- ( NaOH / zymase )
72. The reaction of alcohol with carboxylic acid in the presence of H2SO4 is known as -----
a.oxidation b. reduction c. esterification d. none
73. Pure alcohol is called as ----- (Power alcohol / absolute alcohol )
Answer key 38. c. sulphur in CO2 12. 11
13. 9
9.SOLUTION 39. d. all the above
14. 11
40. c. alloys
1. No , it is a suspension 15. 5
41. b. cloud
2. Non – aqueous solution 16. 6
3. 16 gram 42. d. milk 17. Amalgam
4. Miscible 43. b. cheese 18. 22 / 24 x 100
5. Scattering 44. c. sugar solution 19. Catalyst
6. Colloidal solution 45. d. smoke 20. a. silver sulphide (Ag2S)
7. Two 46. a. Cork 21. b. hydrogen sulphide
8. Helium – oxygen 47. c. soda water 22. c. calcium oxide CaO
9. Saturation 48. a. tyndall effect 23. a.calcium hydroxide
10. Increase Ca(OH)2
49. c. suspension of pollen 24. a. CO2
11. i) As the temperature
grains in water 25. b. calcium hydroxide
decreases, the solubility of
50. d. 36 g NaCl in 100 g water 26. a. CaCO3
dissolved oxygen increases.
51. d. all the above 27. b. green to black
12. Tyndall effect 52. d. all the above 28. d. Cu
13. 92 g 53. a. increases
14. Sugar solution 29. d. Cu + ZnSO4 → CuSO4
54. b . decreases
15. Non – aqueous solution + Zn
55. a. increases
16. 6.023x1023 30. a. Manganese dioxide
56. b. 20.7 g
17. Binary solution 31. a. Combination
57. a. 36 g
18. Colloidal solution 32. a. Combination
58. c. 95 g
19. (Fat, Vitamin, Protein, milk 33. b. decomposition
59. a. 184 g
) 34. b. decomposition
60. b.anhydrous calcium chloride
20. Suspension 35. b. decomposition
61. increase
21. a. 1Ao to 10Ao 36. b. decomposition
22. b . 10Ao to 2000Ao 11. CHEMICAL 37. b. double decomposition
REACTIONS 38. a. double decomposition
23. d . more than 2000 A0 39. c. displacement
24. Transparent 1. c. Displacement reaction 40. c. reduction
25. Translucent 2. Cu, CuO 41. a. Hydrochloric acid
26. Opaque 3. Red 42. a. Acid
27. Colloidal 4. decomposition reaction 43. d. CH3COOH
28. Suspension 5. nitrogen dioxide (NO2) , 44. c. weak acid
29. Colloidal reddish brown 45. c. tartaric acid
30. Milk powder in water 6. white 46. b. malic acid
31. Aqueous 7. aluminium is more reactive 47. b. citric acid
32. Non – aqueous than zinc 48. d. oxalic acid
33. Non – aqueous 8. basic 49. a. Acetic acid
34. Suspension 9. Lactic acid 50. b. lactic acid
35. a. sugar in water 10. 3 51. a. Hydrogen
36. b . milk powder in water 11. Black 52. c. H3PO4
37. c. chalk powder in water
53. d. all the above 96. c. 2 19. Mercury
54. d. both a & b 97. a. 7.35 – 7.45 20. transition elements
55. c. Ag , Cu 98. a. 7.4 21. s,p,d,and f blocks
56. a. Calcium carbonate 99. a. Calcium phosphate 22. group
57. a. Na2CO3 100. c. 7 23. decreases
58. b. NaHCO3 101. c. neutral 24. increases
59. d. CO2 102. a. SO2 and NO2 25. Increases
60. b. basic 103. a. NaCl 26. Atomic number
61. a. Sulphuric acid 104. b. NaHSO4 27. gravity separation
62. c. hydrochloric acid 105. c. Pb(OH)Cl 28. gravity separation
63. a. Sulphuric acid 106. b. Na2CO3 29. froth – floatation
64. b. nitric acid 107. a. Na2CO3 30. baeyer‟s
65. d. tartaric acid 108. c. NaHCO3 31. hall‟s
66. c. carbonic acid 109. a. CaOCl2 32. fluorspar
67. d. sodium benzoate 110. a. CaOCl2 33. Cu2S + FeS
68. a. Sulphuric acid 111. a. CaSO4.1/2H2O 34. iron silicate FeSiO3
69. a. NaOH 112. a. CaSO4.1/2H2O 35. 98 % pure copper and 2 %
70. b. KOH 113. a. CaSO4.1/2H2O impurities
71. c. NH4OH 36. calcium silicate CaSiO3
72. d. doth a & b 12. PERIODIC 37. Al2O3xH2O
73. d. doth a & b CLASSIFICATION OF 38. Reduction
74. d. doth a & b ELEMENTS 39. Atomic number
75. d. doth a & b 1. i) Rows and Columns 40. d. Moseley
76. d. all of these 2. 5 41. c. 7
77. d. both a & b 3. 14th group 42. b.18
78. d. Mg(OH)2 4. Ore 43. b.8
79. a. NaOH 5. Native 44. c.8
80. b. Ca(OH)2 6. A. Assertion and reason are 45. a.18
81. c. Al(OH)3 correct and relevant to 46. b.18
82. a. S.P.L. Sorenson each other. 47. c.32
83. a. < 7 7. froth floatation 48. d.32
84. b. > 7 8. galvanization 49. c.10
85. c. = 7 9. Ag – Sn amalgam 50. a.10
86. d. 4 10. Yes , the reason satisfies the 51. c. polonium
87. a. 14 assertion 52. b. halogen
88. b. 2.2 – 2.4 11. transition elements 53. d. both a & b
89. a. 4.1 12. 2,8,14,2 54. a.alkali metal
90. c. 4.4 – 5.5 13. Aluminium 55. b. alkaline earth metals
91. a. 6.5 – 7.5 14. Atomic number 56. a. Chalcogen
92. c. 12.0 15. alkaline earth metals 57. b. inner transition elements
93. d. 6.9 16. 18 58. a. copper
94. d. 5.5 17. Ore 59. a. uranium
95. a. 4.5 – 6 18. Amalgam 60. c. 24
61. d. all the above 104. c. < 0.25 % 17. a. 105 carat diamond
62. c. aluminium 105. d. 0.25 – 2 % 18. d. 4
63. a. Bauxite 106. a. Cu,Zn 19. c. 1s2 2s2 2p2
64. c. Al + Fe2O3 107. b. Cu,Sn 20. b. diamond
65. a. Copper pyrite 108. d. both a & b 21. a. Graphite
66. b. iron 109. a. Al,Mg 22. a. Graphite
67. d. all the above 110. d. both a & b 23. a. Dimethyl ether
68. c. iron 111. Fe,C,Ni 24. b. substitution
69. a. Fe3O4 112. Group 25. a. Addition
70. d. all the above 113. B. Fe 26. d. CH2 group
71. d. all the above 114. C.Ca 27. c. 14 amu
72. d. all the above 115. C. Co 28. a. CnH2n +2
73. d. all the above 116. A.Mg 29. b. CnH2n
74. a.Al2O3.2H2O 117. b.2,8,3 30. b. CnH2n - 2
75. b.Cu2O 118. a. 2,8,8,1 31. d. all the above
76. c. Fe2O3 32. b. ethanol
77. b. CaCO3 13 CARBON AND ITS 33. c. ethyl ethanoate (ester )
78. c. FeCO3 COMPOUNDS 34. a. Hydrogen
79. d. Na3AlF6 35. d. acetic acid
80. c. CaF2 1. Yes, the reason satisfy the 36. a. Weak acid
81. d. NaCl given assertion 37. c. ethanoic acid
82. a.PbS 2. Yes, the reason satisfy the 38. b. ethanoic acid
83. c. FeS2 given assertion 39. b. vinegar
84. b. ZnS 3. No . The stability of carbon 40. b. ethanoic acid
85. a. Aluminium compounds is the reason 41. b. decarboxylation
86. c. wrought iron 4. Carbon 42. a. Methanol
87. c. both air and water 5. Free electrons 43. b. 3 part of NaOH and 1
88. c. alkalis 6. CH2 part of CaO
89. a. boron 7. Ethyne 44. crystalline
90. b. carbon 8. Ketonic group = -CO- 45. amorphous
91. c. nitrogen Aldehyde group = -CHO 46. d. 60
92. a. Cn112(copernicium) Aldehyde group is a 47. a. Ionic
93. d. all the above terminal functional group. 48. a. Oxidation
94. d. all the above 9. X - carbon dioxide ( CO2) 49. b. food for yeast
95. d. both a & b 10. Yes , the reason is correct 50. a. 30 % sucrose
96. d. both a & b for assertion. 51. methanol
97. c. flux + gangue 11. Ethanoic acid or Acetic 52. methanol
98. b. ZnO acid 53. a. Mixture of 95 % ethanol
99. b. ZnCo3 12. C2H6 and 5 % methanol
100. a.AgCl 13. Ethanoic 54. b. mixture of 95 % ethanol
101. d. HgS 14. Carbon and 4.5 5 methanol
102. d. both b & c 15. –COOH 55. d. mixture of petrol and
103. a. 2 – 4.5 % 16. b.urea ethanol
56. b. mixture of ethanol and
pyridine
57. d. 100 % pure ethanol
58. methane
59. ethene
60. methanal
61. a. But-1-ene
62. a. 1-propanol
63. b. 2-propanol
64. b. butanal
65. b. ethanoic acid
66. c. methanoic acid
67. d. propanoic acid
68. c. butanoic acid
69. -CHO
70. -C=O
71. Zymase
72. c. esterification
73. absolute alcohol