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1.

2.

3.

4.

Which of the following electronic configurations in the 1.

UU U s

outermost shell is characteristic of alkali metals -

U-

(1) (n 1)s2p6ns2np1

(1) (n 1)s2p6ns2np1

(2) (n 1)s2p6d10ns1

(2) (n 1)s2p6d10ns1

(3) (n 1)s2p6ns1

(3) (n 1)s2p6ns1

(4) ns2np6(n 1)d10

(4) ns2np6(n 1)d10

Decreasing order of size of ions is -

2.

U U U U-

(1) Br > S2 > Cl > N3

(1) Br > S2 > Cl > N3

(2) N3 > S2 > Cl > Br

(2) N3 > S2 > Cl > Br

(3) Br > Cl > S2 > N3

(3) Br > Cl > S2 > N3

(4) N3 > Cl > S2 > Br

(4) N3 > Cl > S2 > Br

After the filling of np-orbitals next orbital filled will be -

3.

np-

U U UU U U-

(1) ns

(1) ns

(2) nd

(2) nd

(3) (n 1)d

(3) (n 1)d

(4) (n + 1)s

(4) (n + 1)s

Select correct systematic diagrams which is related to IInd 4.

Mg, Al

Si IE2 U M U-

I.E. of Mg, Al, Si.

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

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5.

Which systematic diagram represents the correct sequence 5.


of physical properties?

6.

No.

Property

1.

Electronegativity

2.

Metallic property

3.

Atomic radius

S U U
U U?
..

1.
l
2.

3.
U

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

Find total number of d-electron(s) in metal ion of complex 6.


[M(NH3)4]2+, (EAN of metal = 35).

d-UU U [M(NH3)4]2+, ( EAN = 35).

(1) 5

(1) 5

(2) 8

(2) 8

(3) 9

(3) 9

(4) None of these

(4) UUQ

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U U

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7.

[Co(NH3)4(NO2)2]Cl exhibits :

7.

(1) Linkage isomerism, geometrical isomerism and optical


isomerism
(2) Linkage isomerism, ionization isomerism and optical

[Co(NH3)4(NO2)2]Cl U(1) ,

(2) ,

isomerism
(3) Linkage isomerism, ionization isomerism and

(3) ,

geometrical isomerism

have minimum electrical conductance in aqueous solution-

l
U-

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

(4) Ionization isomerism, geometrical isomerism and


optical isomerism
8.

Which of the following complexes (Werner presentation) 8.

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(4)

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9.

As compared to CO, CN ligand is a -

9.

(1) Strong -donar, weak -acceptor


(2) Weak -donar, strong -acceptor
(3) Strong -donar, strong -acceptor
(4) Weak -donar, weak -acceptor
10. Select correct matching for (a) and (b) and select your 10.

CN U (1) -, -U
(2) -, - U
(3) -, - U
(4) -, - U
CO

answer from given options:


Column-I

Column-II

S-I

(a) [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]

(P) All isomers are polar

(a) [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]

(b) [Co(NH3)3Cl2]

(Q) One isomer is polar

(b) [Co(NH3)3Cl2]

(R) All isomers are chiral


(S) None isomer is chiral
(T) One isomer is chiral

S-II
(P) U
(Q) U
(R) U U
(S) U U U U
(T) U U

(1) (a) P, R, (b) P, S

(1) (a) P, R, (b) P, S

(2) (a) Q, S, (b) P, T

(2) (a) Q, S, (b) P, T

(3) (a) Q, S, (b) P, S

(3) (a) Q, S, (b) P, S

(4) (a) Q, R, (b) Q, T

(4) (a) Q, R, (b) Q, T

11. A complex (X) with empirical formula PtCl2.2NH3 observe 11.


to show the conductivity but does not produce AgCl when
treated with AgNO3(aq.). There is no geometrical isomer
for (X). Select the correct for (X).
(1) It is paramagnetic
(2) Formula of (X) is [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]0
(3) Complex have O.N. of Pt = +4 which is [Pt(NH3)4Cl2]Cl2
(4) Name of complex is tetraammineplatinum(II)
tetrachloridoplatinate(II)
12. What is the order of spin only magnetic moment of the 12.
following system (I) Mn2+ in presence of weak field ligand in octahedral
field
(II) Ni 2+ in presence of strong field ligand in octahedral
field
(III) Cr 3+ in presence of CN ligand in octahedral field
(IV) Sc 3+ in presence of weak field ligand in octahedral
field

(X) PtCl2.2NH3 U U
U, U AgNO3
U U AgCl U (X) U
U U (X) U(1) U U
(2) (X) [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]0 U
(3) [Pt(NH3)4Cl2]Cl2 U U Pt U 4 U
(4)
tetraammineplatinum(II)
tetrachloridoplatinate(II) U
U
U(I) DU U US Mn2+

(II) DU U US Ni2+

(III) DU CN U US Cr3+

(IV) DU U US Sc3+

(1) I > II > III > IV

(2) I > III > II > IV

(1) I > II > III > IV

(2) I > III > II > IV

(3) I > III > IV > II

(4) I > IV > III > II

(3) I > III > IV > II

(4) I > IV > III > II

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13. In Zeise's salt central metal act as -

13.

(1) -donar, -acceptor


(2) -donar, -acceptor
(3) -donar, -acceptor
(4) -donar, -acceptor
14. Select incorrect match for (M(H 2O)6]2+ complex.
Metal ions
(1) Mn2+
(2) V

2+

(3) Ni

2+

(4) Ti

2+

14.

U (Zeise's salt) U(1) -, -U


(2) -, -U
(3) -, -U
(4) -, - U
(M(H2O)6]2+ UU
CFSE

Electronic configuration

CFSE

t32g e2g

0 0

(1) Mn2+

1.2 0

(2) V

1.6 0

(3) Ni

2+

0.8 0

(4) Ti

2+

t32g e 0g
t62g e2g
t22g e 2g

15. Select correct IUPAC name of the complex


K2

15.

2+

t32g e2g

00

t32g e0g
t62g e2g
t22g e 2g

1.20
1.60

U IUPAC UK2

0.80

(1) Potassium bis(dioxalato-S, S')nickelate(II)

(1) Potassium bis(dioxalato-S, S')nickelate(II)

(2) Potassium bis(dithiooxalato-S, S')nickelate(II

(2) Potassium bis(dithiooxalato-S, S')nickelate(II

(3) Potassium bis(dioxalate-S, S')nickelate(II)

(3) Potassium bis(dioxalate-S, S')nickelate(II)

(4) Potassium bis(dithiooxalato-S, S')nickel(II)

(4) Potassium bis(dithiooxalato-S, S')nickel(II)

16. Which of the following orbitals interacts strongly with ligand 16.
in an octahedral field -

CU SU U
U-

(1)

(2)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(3)

(4)

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bond when bonded with metal -

U UU U U
U-

(1) EDTA4

(1) EDTA4

(2) en

(2) en

17. Which of the following ligands does not form metal-nitrogen 17.

(3) Gly

(3) Gly1

(4) acac 1

(4) acac1

the step -

U UU U U U
U-

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

18. In which diagram magnetic behaviour is not changed in all 18.

19. The number of isomers possible for complex 19.

K2[PtClBr 2SCN] -

K2[PtClBr2SCN] -

(1) 2

(1) 2

(2) 3

(2) 3

(3) 4

(3) 4

(4) 6

(4) 6

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20.

20. Match the matrix.


Column-I

Column-II

Column-I

Column-II

(1) [Ni(NH 3)4]2+, [Ni(en)2]2+ (P) EAN is same

(1) [Ni(NH3)4]2+, [Ni(en)2]2+ (P) EAN

(2) [Ni(CN) 4]2, [Ni(CO)4]0 (Q) Donor atom is different

(2) [Ni(CN)4]2 , [Ni(CO)4]0

(Q)

(3) [Ni(CN) 4]2, [NiCl4]2

(R) Magnetic nature is same

(3) [Ni(CN)4]2, [NiCl4]2

(R)

(4) [NiCl 4]2, [Ni(CO)4]0

(S) Hybridisation is same

(4) [NiCl4]2, [Ni(CO)4]0

21. Which of the following geometrical isomers are identical 21.

(S)

U U
U

U U

[M(NH3)2(py)2(NO2)2]
M U-

for [M(NH3)2(py)2(NO2)2]?

(I)

(II)

(I)

(II)

(III)

(IV)

(III)

(IV)

(V)

(V)

(1) II, V

(1) II, V

(2) I, III

(2) I, III

(3) II, IV

(3) II, IV

(4) III, IV

(4) III, IV

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22. Match the column-

22.

Column-I

Column-II

(P) [ZnCl4]2

(i) Tetrahedral

(ii) Sq. planar

(iii) One unpaired electron

(Q) [CuCl4]

(R) [MnCl 4]

(S) [PtCl 4]2

(iv) Five unpaired electrons

Code:

(1)
(2)

ii
i

i
ii

iv
iv

ii
iii

(3)

iii

(4)

iii

iv

S S-I
S-II
2
(P) [ZnCl4]
(i) c
2
(Q) [CuCl4]
(ii) U
2
(R) [MnCl4]
(iii) UU
(S) [PtCl4]2
(iv) UU
U:
P

(1)
(2)

ii
i

i
ii

iv
iv

ii
iii

ii

(3)

iii

ii

ii

(4)

iii

iv

ii

23. Which of the following changes is not observed when ore 23.

S U U U U U-

is heated for calcination (1) PbSO 4 PbO

(3) PbS PbSO4

(2) PbCO3 PbO

(1) PbSO4 PbO


(3) PbS PbSO 4

(4) Fe2O3.3H2O Fe2O3

(1) Cu2S

(2) FeO

(1) Cu2S

(3) SO2

(4) CuSO4

(1) Parke's process

(2) Pattinson process

(3) Cupellation

(4) Addition of Zn in molten silver

25. Pb which is present as impurity in silver is removed by -

26. Slag is formed by the reaction of -

(4) Fe 2O3.3H2O Fe2O3

U U
U U U-

24. Which of the following is not formed during partial roasting 24. CuFeS2
of CuFeS2 -

(2) PbCO3 PbO

25.

26.

(1) Acidic flux + acidic impurity


(2) Basic flux + basic impurity
(3) Acidic flux + basic impurity
(4) All of these
27. In the cyanide process for extraction of gold and silver 27.
from ores, the cyanide solution acts as a (1) Reducing agent to reduce the gold and silver compounds
present in the ores into the metallic states
(2) Leaching agent to bring gold and silver into solution as
cyanide complexes and thus separate these metal from
ores
(3) Leaching agent to dissolve all other constituents of ores
leaving gold and silver as metals
(4) Leaching agent to bring ore completely into solution
28. Which of the following conversions involves the calcination 28.

(3) SO2

(2) FeO
(4) CuSO 4

U US U hU U(1)
(2) U
(3) U
(4) Ag Zn U
U U(1) + hU
(2) U + U hU
(3) + U hU
(4) UU
Ag Au c U UUU
UUU U(1) UU U U S US
Ag Au U U U
(2) UU U U S US
Ag Au UUU U,

(3) U U S UUS
UU U U U
(4) U U
S U U-

and carbon reduction?


(1) ZnCO2 Zn

(2) PbSO 4 PbO


(3) Cu2S Cu
(4) CaCO 3 Ca

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(1) ZnCO2 Zn

(2) PbSO4 PbO


(3) Cu2S Cu
(4) CaCO3 Ca

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29. Which of the following diagrams is correctly related to the 29. Ag-Pb
Parke's process for the extraction of Ag from Pb-Ag alloy?

U-

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

Passage:

Passage:

U U U

Consider the following ellingham diagram.

30. Select the incorrect option -

30.

(1) Below 400C oxide of P should decompose into metal


and O2
(2) Extraction of A is possible by reduction of its oxide by T
and U
(3) At 500C reduction of oxide of P, Q is possible by R
(4) Reduction of T 2O3 to T is possible by R below 1000C
31

Ag c U U

At 1000C; 2A + O2 2AO
2R + O2 2RO

G = 350 kJ
G = 460 kJ

Select correct at this temperature (1) Reduction of "AO" is not possible by R


(2) Reduction of "AO" is possible by R and metals is obtained
in vapour state
(3) G = +50 kJ for AO + R A + RO reduction

31

(1) 400C P UU O2 U U
U
(2) A U UU mUU T U UU
c U
(3) 500C U P, Q UU R
mUU U
(4) T2O 3 T R mUU 1000C U U
At 1000C; 2A + O2 2AO
2R + O2 2RO

G = 350 kJ
G = 460 kJ

U U U(1) "AO" R mUU U


(2) "AO" R mUU U c S
U U
(3) AO + R A + RO
G = +50 kJ

(4) Metal "A" has more affinity for oxygen as compared to


"R"

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"A" "R"

(4)

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32. In the electronic structure of alkali metals -

32.

(1) All have one electron in outermost shell


(2) Eight electrons in penultimate shell
(3) Two electrons in K shell
(4) All are correct
33. When Mg burns in air, it produces -

33.

U UU U (1) UU U U
(2) U U UU U
(3) K UU U
(4) UU
Mg U U-

(1) MgO2, MgO2

(2) MgO, Mg3N2, MgO2

(1) MgO2, MgO2

(2) MgO, Mg3N2, MgO2

(3) Mg 3N2 only

(4) Mg3N2 and MgO

(3) Mg3N2 only

(4) Mg3N2 and MgO

34. Ultra pure dihydrogen is obtained from -

34.

(1) Electrolysis of H2O


(2) Byproduct in the manufacture of sodium hydroxide
(3) Electrolysis of warm aqueous barium hydroxide solution
(4) By the action of zinc with concentrate sulphuric acid
35. H2O is a -

35.

(1) Electron defficient covalent hydride


(2) Electron rich covalent hydride
(3) Electron precise covalent hydride
(4) Interstitial hydride
36. Which of the following statement is incorrect -

36.

(1) Water has the ability to act as an acid as well as a base


(2) The auto-protolysis (self-ionization) of water is not

hU UUU U(1) H2O l U


(2) NaOH U U U M
(3) Ba(OH) 2 l U
(4) Zn H2SO4 mUU
H2O (1) UU UUUUU
(2) UU UUUUU
(3) UU U UUUUU
(4) U UUUUU
A U(1) U U U
(2) S U U

possible
(3) UU

(3) Hard water forms scum/precipitate with soap


(4) None of these
37. In Calgons method hardness is removed by -

37.

(1) Na 2SO4
(2) Sodium hexametaphosphate (Na6P6O18)
(3) Hydrated sodium aluminium silicate
(4) Permutit/zeolite
38. Hydrogen peroxide is prepared from -

38.

(1) Electrolysis of H2SO4


(2) Barium peroxide
(3) Auto-oxidation of 2-ethylanthraquinol
(4) All of these
39. Which of the following statements is incorrect abour Borax- 39.
(1) It is a white crystalline solid of formula Na2B4O710H2O
(2) It contains the tetranuclear units [B4O5(OH)4]2

(3) When it is heated in a Bunsen burner flame with CoO


on a loop of platinum wire, a blue coloured Co(BO2)2 bead

U
(4) U U U
UU U(1) Na2SO4
(2) U UUSU (Na6P6O18)
(3) U U
(4) UU
UUU UUU U(1) H2SO4 l U
(2) U UUU
(3) 2-UU S U
(4) UU
U U(1) U SU U
U, Na2B4O710H2O U U
(2) U c UU [B4O5(OH)4]2 U
(3) U U U U CoO
U, U Co(BO2)2 U

is formed
(4) The hyberdisation of boron is sp 2

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(4) U

U sp2 U U

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40. Which of the followin statement is incorrect about Diborane- 40.
(1) Diborane undergoes cleavage reactions with Lewis

UUU U(1) U U US U U

bases

The oxides formed are ______.

UUU U U U H U B
U U U
(3) U UU UU LiAlH4 BF3 U
U
(4) U U U
U U(1) UU US l mUU
U U U U
(2) U U S 26 S
12 U U
(3) U S U S UU
U, S S UU
U
(4) UU
UUUUSU mU
U(1) 3 mU; 12
(2) 6 mU; 6
(3) 3 mU; 15
(4) mU; 12
U UUU U U UU U UU
U, UU U-

(1) N 2O, PbO

(2) NO2, PbO

(1) N2O, PbO

(2) NO2, PbO

(3) NO, PbO

(4) NO, PbO2

(3) NO, PbO

(4) NO, PbO 2

(2) In the structure of diborane the four terminal hydrogen

(2)

atoms and the two boron atoms lie in one plane


(3) It is prepared from by treating boron trifluoride with
LiAlH4 in diethyl ether.
(4) None of these
41. Correct statement about Fullerenes -

41.

(1) Fullerenes are made by the heating of graphite in an


electric arc in the presence of inert gases
(2) It contains twenty six 6 membered rings and twelve
five membered rings
(3) A six membered ring is fused with six or five membered
rings but a five membered ring can only fuse with five
membered rings
(4) All of these
42. In a cyclotrimetaphosphoric acid molecule, how many 42.
single and double bonds are present?
(1) 3 double bonds; 12 single bonds
(2) 6 double bonds; 6 single bonds
(3) 3 double bonds; 15 single bonds
(4) Zero double bonds; 12 single bonds
43. On heating lead nitrate forms oxides of nitrogen and lead. 43.

44. Which of the following are peroxoacids of sulphur?

44.

(1) H 2SO5 and H2S2O8


(2) H 2SO5 and H2S2O7
(3) H 2S2O7 and H 2S2O8
(4) H 2S2O6 and H 2S2O7
45. In solid state PCl 5 is a _________.

45.

(1) covalent solid


(2) octahedral structure
(3) ionic solid with [PCl6]+ octahedral and [PCl4] tetrahedra
(4) ionic solid with [PCl4]+ tetrahedral and [PCl6] octahedra

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U U U(1) H 2SO5 H2S2O8


(2) H 2SO5 H2S2O7
(3) H 2S2O7 H2S2O8
(4) H 2S2O6 H2S2O7
U S PCl5 (1) U U
(2) CU U
(3) [PCl6]+ CU [PCl4] c U

(4) c [PCl 4] CU [PCl6] UU


U

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46. Match the items of Columns I and II and mark the correct 46.
option.
Column I

Column II

(A) Its partial hydrolysis does not

(1) He

change oxidation state of central atom


(B) ns2 Configuration

(2) XeF6

(C) It is used to provide inert

(3) XeF4

atmosphere for filling electrical bulbs


(D) Its central atom is in sp 3d2

(4) Ar

-I -II SS-II
(A) U U U
(1) He
U U S
U UU U
(B) ns2
(2) XeF 6
(C) l U U (3) XeF 4
U
(D) U U sp3d2
(4) Ar

hybridisation
(1) A (1) B (4) C (2) D (3) (2) A (1) B (2) C (3) D (4)

(1) A (1) B (4) C (2) D (3) (2) A (1) B (2) C (3) D (4)

(3) A (2) B (1) C (4) D (3) (4) A (1) B (3) C (2) D (4)

(3) A (2) B (1) C (4) D (3) (4) A (1) B (3) C (2) D (4)

47. Which statement is wrong for the transition elements :- 47.


(1) Transition elements are placed from 3

rd

th

to 6 period.

(2) Last electron enters in ( n 1)d orbital


(3) Exhibits variable valency
(4) General electronic configuration is (n-1)d110 ns1-2
48. The electronic configuration of elements X and Z are 1s2 48.
2s2 2p6 3s2 3p5 and 1s2 2s2 2p5 respectively. What is the
position of element X with respect to position of Z in the

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(2) vfUre bySDVku (n1)d d{kd esa izos'k djrk gS
(3) ifjorZu 'khy la;kstdrk n'kkZrs gSa
(4) lkekU; bySDVkWfud foU;kl gS (n1)d 110 ns12
rRo X vkSj Z dk bySDVkWfud foU;kl e'k% 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p5
o 1s2 2s2 2p 5 gSA X dh fLFkfr Z dh fLFkfr ds lanHkZ esa vkorZ
lkj.kh esa gksxh

periodic table (1) Just below element Z (2) Just above Z


(3) Left to the Z

(4) right to the Z

49. Following graph shows variation of I.P. with atomic number 49.
in second period (Li Ne). Value of I.P. of Na (11) will

. . .
. .
. .

(I.P.)

Be

uhps
(2) Z ds ij
(3) Z ds ck;h vksj
(4) Z ds nk;h vksj
nd
fuEu xzkQ II vkorZ ds rRo Li ls Ne dk vk;uu foHko o
ijek.kq ekad ds e/; ifjoZru dks n'kkZrk gS] rks Na(11) vk;uu
foHko gksxk

Ne

Li

(1) Above Ne
(3) Below Li

7
8
Z

Ne

. . .
. .
. .
Be

(I.P.)

be :-

(1) Z ds

Li

10 11

(2) Below Ne but above O

(4) Between N and O

50. The electronic configuration of some neutral atoms are 50.

(1) Ne

7
8
Z

10 11

ls vf/kd
(2) N o O ds e/;
(3) Li ls de
(4) Ne ls de ijUrq O ls
dqN mnklhu ijek.kqvksa dk bysDVkWfud foU;kl fuEu gS

given below :
(A) 1s2 2s1

(B) 1s2 2s2 2p3

(A) 1s2 2s1

(B) 1s2 2s2 2p3

(C) 1s 2 2s2 2p5

(D) 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s1

(C) 1s2 2s2 2p5

(D) 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s1

In which of these electronic configuration would you expect


to have highest :
(i) IE1
(1) C, A

/+1

(ii) IE2
(2) B, A

(3) C, B

(4) B, D

fuEu esa ls fdl bysDVkWfud foU;kl ds fy;s mPpre


ds eku lEHko gksxsa %&
(1) C, A

(2) B, A

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(3) C, B

IE1 o IE2

(4) B, D

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