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1) Consider the following pairs: I. CH4, C2 H6 a) I, II II. CO, CO2 b) I, II, III III. NO, NO2 c) I, III, IV IV.

H2O, H2O2 d) I, II, III, IV In which cases, law of multiple proportion is followed?

2) In which case purity of the substance is 100%? a) 1 mol of CaCO3 gave 11.2 L CO2 (at STP) b) 1 mol of MgCO3 gave 40.0 g MgO. c) 1 mol of NaHCO3 gave 4g H2O d) 1 mol of Ca(HCO3)2 gave 1 mol CO2 3)
35 17

Cl and

37 17

Cl are two isotopes of chlorine. If average atomic mass is 35.5 then ratio of

these two isotopes is: a) 35:37 a) 10 Ionic mass of M2+ is: a) 70 b) 60 c) 68 d) 64 c) Z- < X+ < Y2+ 6) X+ , Y2+ and Z- are isoelectronic of CO2. Increasing order of protons in X+, Y2+, and Z- is : a) X+ = y2+ = Zd) Y2+ < X+ < Z7) Which has maximum number of H-atoms per gram of the substance? a) CH4 a) 22.4L atom of H would be a) 1 amu a) CH4 a) 20g Mg b) 1x1010 amu b) C6H6 b) 1.6 g CH4 c) C3H8 c) 1.8 G H2O c) 6 amu d) CH2 d) 1.7g NH3 d) 6x1013 amu 10) A hydrocarbon has 3 g carbon per gram of hydrogen, hence, simplest formula is 11) Number of atoms in 20g Ca is equal to number of atoms in 12) Rest mass of an electron is 9.11 x 10-31 Kg. Molar mass of the electron is b) CuSO4 . 5H2O b) 11.2L c) H2O2 c) 5.6L d) H2O d) 44.8L 8) If each O-atom has two equivalents, volume of one equivalent of O2 gas at STP is 9) If Avogadros number would have been 1 x 10-10, instead of 6.02 x 1023 then mass of one b) X+ < Y2+ < Zb) 13 b) 1: 3 c) 7 c) 3 : 1 d) 17 d) 2:1 4) Ionic mass of X3- is 17. If it has 10 electrons, then number of neutrons are: 5) M2+ ion is isoelectronic of SO2 and has (Z+2) neutrons (Z is atomic number of M). Thus,

a) 1.50 x 10-31 Kg mol-1 c) 5.5 x 10-7 Kg mol-1 13) Which is / are correct about 4.25 g NH3? a) It contains 0.25 mol of NH3

a) 9.11 x 10-31 Kg mol-1 d) 6.02 x 1023 Kg mol-1 b) It contains 0.7 mol of H-atoms d) It contains 1.5x1023 molecules of NH3

c) It contains total of 1.0 mol of N and H atoms mol of Fe present approximately is a) 10 species? a) NO, CN-, N2, O 2
c) N2, C 2 2 , CO, NO

14) A spherical ball of radius 7 cm contains 56% iron. If density is 1.4g / cm3 , number of b) 15 c) 20 d) 25

15) Among the following groupings which respondents the collection of isoelectronic
b) NO+, C 2 2 , O 2 , CO b) CO, NO+, CN-, C 2 2

16) X- is isoelectronic of CO and has (Z+2) neutrons (Z=atomic number of X-). Thus, a) Ionic mass of X- is 28 c) atomic number of X- is 13 b) Ionic mass of X- is 30 d) atomic number of X- is 14

17) 10L of hard water with temporary hardness [of Ca(HCO3)2] required 0.56 g of lime: Ca(HCO3)2 + CaO a) 56 18) 2KCLO3 of KClO3 is: a) 49% a) 14.35 g BaCl2 + CaCO3 a) CaCO3 21) In the following reaction. MnO2 + 4HCl is: MnCl2 + 2H2O + Cl2 2 mol MnO2 reacts with 4 mol of HCl to form 11.2 L Cl2 at STP. Thus, per cent yield of Cl2 b) 50% c) 95% b) 0.1435 g c) 1.435 g d) 98% d) 5.85 g 19) 1.70g AgNO3 (aq) reacts with 5.85 g NaCl (aq) to form AgCl (white ppt): 20) When 10g CaCO3 reacts with 20 g BaCl2 BaCO3 + CaCl2 b) BaCl2 c) CaCl2 d) None of these then limiting reactant is: b) 1/2 2CaCO3 + H2O c) 100 d) 200 Temporary hardness in terms of ppm of CaCO3 is: 2KCl + 3O2 . 5.0g of KClO3 gave 0.03 mol of O2. Hence, percentage purity

a) 25% yield of CO2 is: a) 25% 7.3g HCl per litre) react as:

b) 50%

c) 100%

d) 75%

22) Mixture of 1 mol of Na2 CO3 and 2 mol of NaHCO3 forms 1 mol of CO2. Thus per cent b) 50% c) 75% d) 100%

23) 100mL solution of NaOH (containing 4 g NaOH per litre) and 50mL of HCl (containing NaOH(aq) + HCl (aq) a) 0.058 g 2KClO3 4Al + 3O2 b) 3.66 g 2KCl + 3O2 2Al2O3 NaCl(aq) + H2O (l) c) 10.8g d) 0.63g

0.5 g of NaCl of formed. Thus, unreacted NaOH is 24) Al and KClO3 react together to form Al2O3 according to

4 mol of KClO3 (50% pure) on reaction with excess of Al forms Al2O3. 25) Mole of fraction of ethanol (C2H5OH) in ethanol-water system is 0.25. Thus, it has a) 25% ethanol by weight of solution. b) 75% water by weight of solution a) 2 mol a) atomic mass of X is 32 c) X is an electropositive metal a) it is 10% aqueous solution d) solution contains 24g atoms. 28) A solution of solute X contains 40% X by weight of solution. 800g of this solution was cooled when 100g of solute is precipitated. Thus, percentage composition of the remaining solution is: a) 31.4% Limiting a) K2PtCl4 b) NH3 c) Exact molar ratio d) Would be decided by the quantity of the product formed b) 20.0% Excess NH3 K2PtCl4 c) 23.0% d) 24.0% 29) Which reactant is limiting and which is in excess? b) 4 mol c) 6 mol d) 8 mol 26) A certain compound has the molecular formula X4O6 having 57.2% X. thus: b) X may contain five valence electrons d) X can be a non-metal. b) its density is 0.1g mL-1

27) An aqueous solution of glucose (C6H12O6) contains 1 mol glucose in 1.8L solution. Thus. c) Solution contains 3.33 x 1020 glucose molecules per mL.

30) Number of moles of K2PtCl6 consumed is a) 0.048 a) 0.048 a) 0.012 a) 0.024 Codes: a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. b) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A c) A is true but R is false d) A is false but R is true 1) Assertion (A) : In the following reaction: SO2 + 2H2S non-volatile residue. CaCO3 3S + 2H2O 2) Assertion (A) : 20 g of 50% pure CaCO3 on heating gave 2.24 L CO2 at STP and 15.6 g

b) 0.024 b) 0.024 b) 0.024 b) 0.34 c) 0.54

c) 0.012 c) 0.096 c) 0.048 d) 0.56

d) 0.096 d) 0.192 d) 0.192

31) Number of moles of NH3 consumed is 32) Number of moles of cis-platin formed is 33) Number of moles of excess reactant which remains unreacted is A. Assertion / Reason Type Questions

CaO + CO2 2H2O.

3) Assertion (A) : H2 + O2 N2 + 3H2 2KClO3 2NH3

2g H2 react with 1 g O2 to form 2 g H2 O.

2KCL + 3O2 CHAPTER IV

1 mol SO2 and 1 mol H2S form 3 mol sulphur. Reaction (R) : 1 mol SO2 and 2 mol H2S form 3 mol sulphur and 2 mol H2O. Reaction (R) : Pure CaCO3 is 10 g which gave 4.4 g CO2 (=0.1 mol = 2.24 Lat STP ) and 15.6 g residue is left. Reaction (R) : 2 mol N2 react with 1 mol O2 to form 2 mol H2O. 4) Assertion (A) : 2 mol N2 react with 3 mol H2 to form 2 mol NH3. 1 mol SO2 and 1 mol H2S form 3 mol sulphur. Reaction (R) : N2 is excess and H2 is the limiting reactant.

5) Assertion (A) : 4 mol of KClO3 (50% pure) gave 3 mol of O2 on heating strongly and thus yield is 100% Type-I. 4.Which has maximum number of millimoles of Cl- ion? (a) 0.208 g Bacl2 (c) 0.745 g of CaCl2 solution is: (a) 0.1 M (c) 0.01 M (a) 2 x 10-3 M (c) 2 x 10-2 M (a) 0.1 (c) 27.78 x 10-3 (b) 1.0 M (d) 0.001 M (b) 1 x 10-3 M (d) 2 x 10-4 M (b) 3.6 x 10-5 (d) 0.035 (b) 100 ml. M Bacl2 (d) Equal

5. 100 ml. of solution of CaCl2 is evaporated to dryness; residue obtained is 0.111 g. Molarity

6. Hardness in water is 200 ppm CaCO3. Molarity of CaCO3 is:

7. Mole fraction of CaCO3 in hard water having hardness 200 ppm CaCO3 is:

15. 2.86 g of Na2CO3. xH2O in 100 ml. solution is 0.2 N. Hence, x is: (a) 5 (d) 20 (b) 10 (d) 2

16. Urea solution is one molal. Urea present in one Kg solution is: (a) 60 g (c) 10.60 g (b) 56.6 g (d) 10.0 g

17. H2SO4 is 98% by weight of solution. Hence it is: (a) 1 molal (c) 50 molal (b) 10 molal (d) 500 molal

Chapter 3 1) Formal charge on the middle oxygen in O3 is a) -1

.. :O ..

O O .. b) +1

..

..

c) 0

d) -3

7) Oxidation numbers of Cl atoms in CaOCl2 (bleaching powder) are Ca a) zero on each b) -1 on Cl* and +1 on Cl** c) +1 on Cl* and -1 on Cl** d) 1 on each 8) In which case oxidation number of Cr has been affected?
+ a) 2CrO 2 4 +2H 2 b) Cr2O 7 + 2OH2 Cr2O 7 + H2O 2CrO 2 + H2O 4

Cl* ClO**

c) (NH4)2Cr2O7 d) CrO2Cl2 + 2OH-

N2 + Cr2O3 + 4H2O
CrO 2 + 2HCl 4

11) Which is intramolecular oxidation reduction reaction? a) (NH4)2Cr2O7 b) NH4NO3 c) 2KClO3 N2 + Cr2O3 + H2O N2O + 2H2O 2KCl + 3O2

d) All of the above 12) Which is not the disproportionation reaction? a) 3H3PO2 b) HCHO + OHc) NH4NO3 d) 3Cl2 + 6OHa) to O2 and H2 c) to OH15) In the reaction Cu + H2SO4 a) H+ is the oxidizing agen
b) SO 2 is the oxidizing agent 4

2H3PO3 + PH3 HCOO- + CH3OH H2O + 2H2O 5Cl- 3H2O b) to OHd) to O2 CuSO4 + H2O + SO2:

13) Upto what products can water be oxidised?

c) both are correct d) none is correct 16) In the following redox reaction,
2 Cr2O 7 + Fe2+

Fe3+ + Cr3+

2 1 mol of Cr2O 7 oxidizes.

a) 1 mol of Fe2+ c) 4 mol of Fe2+

b) 3 mol of Fe2+ b) 6 mol of Fe2+

17) One mol of ferrous oxalare is oxidized by x mol of MnO 4 in acidic medium. x is. a) 0.6 pBr2 + qOHpqrst a) 3 6 1 5 3 c) 3 6 5 1 3 19) Cr2O 7
2

b) 0.1

c) 0.3

d) 1.0

18) Values of p, q, r, s and t are in the following redox reaction. rBr- sBrO 3 + tH2O pqrst b) 3 6 5 3 1 d) 3 5 1 6 3 I2 + 2Cr3+ 7H2O which are not in balanced position? (b) Cr2O72- and Cr3+ (d) All are balanced 4 OH - + 3O2

+ 2I - + 14H+

(a) H+ and H2O (c) I- and I2


x 4O 2 + 2H2O

22) If the following is balanced reaction.

then x is and O2x- is: (a) -1 and species is superoxide (b) -2 and species is peroxide (c) -4 and species is oxide (d) -1 and species is peroxide 23) O3 is estimated by I- in iodometric method. Balanced reaction is: (a) 2H+ + O3 + 2I(b) 2I- + O3 + H2O (c) both (a) and (b) (d) none of the above 24) I- reduces IO 3

I2 + O2 + H2O I2 + 2OH-

to I2 and itself oxidized to I2 in acidic medium. Final reaction is: I2 + 3H2O I2 + O 3

(a) I- + IO 3 + 6H+

(b) I- + IO 3

(c) SI- + IO 3 + 6H+ (a) 0.05 mol of NaOH (c) 0.05 mol of POH(OH)2 27) N2 + 3H2 (a) 4.67 (c) 14

3I2 + 3H2O

26) 0.05 mol of Ca(OH)2 can neutralise H2SO4. This H2SO4 can be neutralised by: (b) 0.10 mol of NaOH (d) none is correct (b) 28 (d) 2.33

2NH3. In this reaction equivalent weight of N2 is:

28) 0.05 equivalent of H3PO4 is neutralised by: (a) 0.05 equivalent of NaOH (b) 0.05 mol of Al(OH)3 (c) both are correct (d) none is correct 29) H3PO4 can be neutralised by NaOH, Ca(OH)2 and Al(OH)3, 1 equivalent of H3PO4 will require mol of each in the ratio: (a) 1 : 1 : 1 (c) 1: 2 : 3 dibasic acid (mol-1) is: (a) 15.75 g (c) 63 g (b) 25 g (d) 126 g (b) 1 : 0.5 : 0.33 (d) 2 : 3 : 6

30) 1.575 g of a dibasic and required 0.025 equivalent of NaOH. Hence, molar mass of

31) NaHC2O4 is neutralized by NaOH and can also be oxidized by KMnO4 (in acidic medium). Equivalent weight is related to molecular weight (M) of NaHC2O4 in these two reactions as: (a) M,M (c) M/2,M (a) M (c) m/3 (b) 2M,2M (d) M, M/2 (b) M/2 (d) 2M/3

32) Cl2 changes to Cl- and ClO- in cold NaOH. Equivalent weight of Cl2 will be:

33) Equivalent weight of KMnO4 in acidic medium, neutral medium and concentrated alkaline medium respectively are M/5, M/1, M/3. Reduced products can be:
2+ (a) MnO2, MnO 2 4 , Mn (c) Mn2+, MnO 2 4 , MnO2 (b) MnO2, Mn2+, MnO 2 4 (d) Mn2+, MnO2, MNO 2 4

36)Which of the following changes requires a reducing agent?

(a) CrO 2 4
(b) BrO 3

Cr2O 7 BrO-

(c) H3AsO3 (d) Al(OH)3

HAsO 2 4

Al(OH) 4

37) For the reaction between MnO4- + C2O 2 in basic solution, the unbalanced equation is: 4 MnO4- + C2O 2 4

MnO2(s) + CO 3 (b) 4 on the right (d) 2 on the left

In balanced equation, the number of OH- ions is: (a) 0 (c) 4 on the left

3. 0.1 mol of MnO 4 (in acidic medium) can oxidise: (a) 0.5 mol of Fe2+ 0.6 mol of Cr2O 7
2

(b) III>II>I (d) III>I>II

4. Which of the following represent redox reactions?


2 (a) Cr2O 7 + 2OH-

2CrO 2 + H2O 4

(b) 2CrO 2 + 2H+ 4

Cr2O 7

+ H2O

2MnO + 3Mn2 + 4OH4 (d) 2Cu+ statements: Cu + Cu2+

5MnO2 + 2H2O

7. Consider following reaction H3PO + Ca(OH)2 (a) Eqivalent weight of H3PO4 is 49

CaHPO4 + 2H2O and selectg true

(b) Resulting mixture is neutralised by 1 mol of KOH CaHPO4 is an acid salt (d) 1 mol of H3PO4 Can be completely neutralised by 1.5 mol of Ca(OH)2 10. A compound contains atoms of three elements A,B and C with following oxidation number A = +2 B = +5 C = -2 Possible formula of the compound is: (a) A2(BC3)2 (c) A3(B4C)2 (b) A3(BC4)2 (d) ABC2

Aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite (NaOCI) is a household belach and is a strong oxidising agent that reacts with chromite ion [Cr(OH) 4 ] in basic solution to yield chromate
(CrO 2 4 ) and chloride ion.

Q.I. Select correct statement(s): (a) OCI- has been oxidised and Cr(OH) 4 has been reduced (b) OCI- has been reduced and Cr(OH) 4 has been oxidised.] (c) It is simply a neutralization reaction. (d) It is simply a displacement reaction. Q.II. Complete balanced equation (only redox species) (a) CIO- + Cr(OH) 4 (b) 3 CIO- + Cr(OH) 4 (c) 3CIO- +2 Cr(OH) 4 (d) CIO- + 2Cr(OH) 4 (a) 2 (c) 4
CrO 2 + Cl4 CrO 2 + 3Cl4 2CrO 2 + 3Cl4 2CrO 2 + Cl4

Q.III. Equivalents of CIO- used in this reaction are: (b) 3 (d) 6

Q.IV. Equivalents of Cr(OH) used in this reaction are: 4 (a) 1 (c) 6 (b) 4 (d) 8

Q.V. Number of moles of NaOCl required by 1 mol of Cr(OH) 4 is (a) 1 (c) 2.0 (b) 1.5 (d) 2.5

Chapter IV 4) Which has maximum number of millimoles of Cl- ion? a) 0.208 g BaCl2 c) 0.745 g KCl Molarity of CaCl2 solution is: a) 0.1M a) 2 x 10-3 M a) 0.1 a) 0.46 b) 1.0 M b) 1 x 10-3 M b) 3.6 x 10-5 b) 0.54 c) 0.75 c) 0.01 M c) 2x10-2 M c) 27.78 x 10-3 d) 0.25 b) Volume per cent d) Molarity c) 212 d) 63 c) 5.6 L d) 2 c) 10.60g d) 10.0g d) 44.8L d) 0.001 M d) 2x10-4 M d) 0.035 6) Hardness in water is 200 ppm CaCO3. Molarity of CaCO3 is 7) Mole fraction of CaCO3 in hard water having hardness 200 ppm CaCO3 is 8) Ethyl alcohol is 46% by weight of solution. Hence, mole fraction of ethyl alcohol is 9) Which is temperature independent? a) mass per cent c) Mass/volume per cent a) 1x10-3 a) 22.4L a) 5 a) 60g a) 1 molal c) 50 molal a) 18, 32.4 H3PO3 is a) 0.1 M b) 0.2M c) 0.267 M d) 0.133 M b) 10 b) 56.6g b) 10 molal d) 500 molal b) 98, 32.4 c) 98, 500 d) 98, 18 b) 100 b) 11.2L c) 20 b) 100 mL of 0.1M BaCl2 d) equal

5) 100 mL of solution of CaCl2 is evaporated to dryness; residue obtained is 0.111 g.

10) HNO3 is 0.001 M. Hence, concentration in ppm is 12) Volume of oxygen gas occupied by 1 equivalent at STP is 15) 2.86 g of Na2CO3. xH2O in 100 mL solution is 0.2N. Hence, x is: 16) Urea solution is one molal. Urea present in one Kg solution 17) H2SO4 is 98% by weight of solution. Hence, it is:

19) H3PO4 (d=1.8g/mL) is 18M. Hence, mass percentage and molality are 22) Resultant molarity of H+ ion in a mixture of 100 mL of 0.1 m H2SO4 and 200mL of 0.1 M

23) 1.575 g of a dibasic acid is neutralized by 25 ML of 1 M NaOH solution. Hence, molar mass of dibasic acid is: a) 126 g mol-1 by: a) 10 mL of 0.1 N HCl b) 10 mL of 0.1 M H3PO4 c) 20 mL of 0.1 M H2SO4 d) 20 mL of 0.1 M HCl 25) 100 mL of 1 M BaF2 solution is mixed with 100 mL of 2 M H2SO4. Resulting mixture contains: a) 0.1 mol of BaSO4 correct 28) 0.31 g of N-containing compound on reaction with NaOH gave NH3 which required 100 mL of 0.1 N HCl. Hence, of N is: a) 45.16% H2SO4. Unused acid is: a) 50 mL b) 25 mL c) 100 mL d) 150 mL 31) 1g of X % H2O2 required x mL of KMnO4 solution in acidic medium. Thus, molarity of KMnO4 solution is a) 0.12 M b) 0.60 M c) 0.024 M d) none of these b) 90.32% c) 22.58% d) 11.29% b) 2 M H+ c) both are correct d) none of b) 63 g Mol-1 c) 12.6 g mol-1 d) none of these 24) 1.06 g Na2CO3 is dissolved in 100 mL solution. 10mL of this solution can be neutralized

29) 0.6g NH2 CONH2 is treated with NaOH and NH3 formed is passed into 300 mL of 0.1 N

2 33) 50 mL of FeSO4 . 7H2O solution required 20 mL of 0.1 M Cr2O 7 solution in acidic

medium. Hence, FeSO4. 7H2O is a) 0.24 M b) 0.24 N c) 66.72 g L-1 d) all correct

34) In a titration H2O2 is oxidized to O2 by MnO 4 . 24 mL of 0.1 M H2O2 require(s) 16 mL


of 0.1 M MnO 4 solution. Hence MnO 4 changes to: a) MnO 2 4

b) MnO2

c) MnO 2 4

d) Mn2 O7

37) In iodometric titration, hypo is oxidised to: a) S4O 6


2

b) SO 3

c) SO 2 4

d) SO2

38) Iodometric method can be used to estimate:


2 a) MnO2, Cr2I 7 , H2O2, CuSO4, Cl2

b) CaOCl2 , MnO2, CuSO4, Cl2


2 c) Cr2O 7 , CaOCl2, H2O2

d) all are correct sets 43) In hot alkaline solution Br2 disproportionates to Br- and BrO 3 2 Br2 + 6OHM 6 M 5

5Br- + 3H2O
3M 5 5M 3

hence, equivalent weight of Br2 is (molecular weight = M) a) b) c) d)

47) 2H2O2 (l)

2H2O(l) + O2 (g)

100 mL of X molar H2O2 gives 3 L of O2 under the condition when 1 mol occupies 1 mol occupies 24 L, value of X is: a) 2.5 b) 1.0 c) 0.5 d) 0.25 55) In the following reaction O3 + 6I- + 6H+ 3I2 + 3H2O Equivalent weight of O3 (with molecular weight M) is a) Type II 1) 1g equivalent of a substance is the weight of that amount of a substance which is equivalent to a) 0.25 mol O2 Type IV Example 1: Following experiment is designed to determine calcium content in the blood. Read the experiment and answer the questions at the end of it. Calcium oxalate (CaC2O4) is insoluble in water. For this reason it can be used to determine the amount of Ca2+ ions in fluids such as blood. The calcium oxalate isolated from blood is dissolved in acid and titrated against a standardized KMnO4 solution. b) 8g O2 c) 16g O2 d) 0.50 mol O2
M 2 M 4 M 24 M 6

b)

c)

d)

Q1) In one test it is found that the calcium oxalate isolated from a 10.0 mL sample of blood requires 25 mL of 1 x 10-3 M KMnO4 for titration. Calculate the number of milligrams of calcium per mL of blood: a) 0.50 a) 0.125 a) 250 a) H2SO4 a) phenolphthalein d) KMnO4 (Self-indicator) 2) Match the half-reaction (in List I) with equivalent mass (molar mass =M) (in List II). List I A. B. C. D. HC2O Cr2O
2 3

b) 10.0 b) 0.025 b) 200 b) HCl

c) 0.25

d) 5.0 c) 0.250 d) 0.050

Q.II. Milliequivalents of KMnO2 used were Q.III. Calcium content expressed in ppm is c) 150 c) CH3COOH b) methylene blue d) 100 d) HCOOH c) methyl orange Q.IV. Above titration takes place in acidic medium. Acid chosen is: Q.V. Indicator in the above titration is

List II Cr
3+

1 2 3

M M/2 M/6 M/3

C2O 2 4

CO2

MnO 4 MnO2
4 2 4

C2O