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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

DAILY PRACTICE PROBLEMS


Target JEE MAIN 2018
CLASS :XIII (LEGEND) Mole Concept DPP. NO.-1

Q.1 The molar density of N2(g) at N.T.P. is given as :


 28   22.4 
(1)   g/ml (2)   g/ml
 22.4   28 
 28 
(3)   g/l (4) Both (1) and (2)
 22.4 

Q.2 The vapour density of a ideal gas molecule is.


Mass
(1) Temperature dependent (2)
volume
(3) Weight of gas (4) Temperature independent

Q.3 The volume of 1 mol of H2O at 4ºC is.


(1) 22.4  (2) 22.7  (3) 1  (4) 0.018 

Q.4 The number of carbon atoms present in a signature, if a signature written by carbon pencil weights 1.2 ×
10–3 g is
(1) 12.04 × 1020 (2) 6.02 × 1019 (3) 3.01 × 1019 (4) 6.02 × 1020

Q.5 0.078 gms of hydrocarbon occupy 22.4 ml of volume at 1 atm and 0°C. The empirical formula of the
hydrocarbon is CH. The molecular formula is
(1) C2H2 (2) C4H4 (3) C6H6 (4) C8H8

Q.6 13.5 gm of aluminium when changes toAl3+ ion in solution, will lose.
(1) 1.8 × 1022 electrons (2) 6.0 × 1023 electrons
(3) 3.0 × 1023 electrons (4) 9.0 × 1023 electrons

Q.7 1 mol of CH4 contains.


(1) 6.0 × 1023 atoms of H (2) 4 g-atoms of hydrogen
(3) 1.8 × 1023 molecules of CH4 (4) 3.0 gm of carbon

Q.8 1.4 gm of hydrocarbon on combustion gave 1.8 gm water. The empirical formula of hydrocarbon is
(1) CH (2) CH2 (3) CH3 (4) CH4

Q.9 Two elements 'A' and 'B' form two compounds 'X' and 'Y'. For the fixed mass of 'A', the masses of 'B'
combined in 'X' and 'Y' are in 2 : 3 ratio. If in 'X', 20 gm of 'A' combines with 5 gm of 'B', then how many
gram of 'B' will combine with 40 gm of 'A' in compound 'Y' ?
(1) 5 gm (2) 7.5 gm (3) 15 gm (4) 30 gm

Q.10 Which of the following contains largest number of atoms ?


(1) 14 gm nitrogen (2) 14 gm iron (3) 12 gm neon (4) 8 gm carbon
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
DAILY PRACTICE PROBLEMS
Target JEE MAIN 2018
CLASS :XIII (LEGEND) Mole Concept DPP. NO.-2

Q.1 2 moles of N2 and 3 moles of H2 are taken in 3 L vessel at certain temperature. Find out the maximum
weight of NH3 which can be obtained from the given mixture if % yield is 50 %
(1) 34 g (2) 17 g (3) 8.5 g (4) 64 g

Q.2 16 gm of a gaseous hydrocarbon is burnt completely by which 44 gm carbondioxide and 36 gm water is


formed. The mass of oxygen used in combustion is :
(1) 32 gm (2) 64 gm (3) 40 gm (4) 60 gm

Q.3 A gaseous mixture containe SO2 and SO3 gases in 4 : 5 mass ratio. The average molecular mas of the
mixture is :
(1) 72 (2) 72.89 (3) 71.11 (4) 32

Q.4 Equal masses of N2 and H2 gases are allowed to react to form NH3 gas as a single product. Which of
the following is correct ?
(1) Mass of NH3 gas formed is equal to the mass of N2 gas taken.
(2) Mass of NH3 gas formed is equal to the sum of masses of N2 and H2 gases taken
(3) Mass of NH3 gas formed is equal to the mass of N2 gas reacted.
(4) Some H2 gas will be left unreacted at the end of reaction.

Q.5 How many gm C2H6 gas should be burnt completely to get the same amount of CO2 as produced from
strong heating of 14.6 gm Mg(HCO3)2 for a very long time ?
(1) 3.0 gm (2) 1.5 gm (3) 6.0 gm (4) 12.0 gm

Q.6 The average atomic mass of a mixture containing 79 mole % of 24Mg and remaining 21 mole % of 25Mg
and 26Mg , is 24.31. % mole of 26Mg is
(1) 5 (2) 20 (3) 10 (4) 15

Q.7 Molarity of aqueous solution of NaOH having mole fraction 0.2 and density 1 gm / ml.
(1) 13.8 (2) 8.9 (3) 12.2 (4) 10.1

Q.8 For the reaction : 3A + 4B + 5C  4D


If 15 moles of A, 24 moles of B and 20 moles of C are taken initially, then number of moles of A
remaining after the reaction gets completed will be
(1) 0 (2) 3 moles (3) 1 mole (4) 2 mole

Q.9 How many grams of KCl would have to be dissolved in 60g H2O to give 20% by weight of solution?
(1) 15g (2) 1.5g (3) 11.5g (4) 31.5g

Q.10 The approximate molecular mass of haemoglobin is 67200 g mol–1 and contains 0.33% iron by weight
(At. wt. = 56). The number of Fe-atom per molecule of haemoglobin is :
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 4 (4) 6