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Universal Science College B.Sc. Biochemistry Second Term Examination - 2007

Semester: First Subject: Chem 113

Name: ………………………….

Roll No. ………….

F.M.: 100 Time: 3 hrs Date: 10 th Feb 2007

1.

Nature of alkali metals is

 

a.

+ ve

b.

-ve

c.

Neutral

d.

None

2.

Alkali metals are

 

a.

Most reactive

b.

More reactive

c.

Less reactive

d.

Non reactive

3.

Alkali metals are extracted by

 

a.

Carbon reduction process

 

b.

Alumino thermite process

 

c.

Electrolytic process

d.

None

4.

Chilli salt petre is

 

a.

Na 2 CO 3

b.

Na 2 SO 4

c.

Na NO 3

d.

NaCl

5.

Cohesive energy is equal in magnitude of

 

a.

Heat of atomization

b.

Heat of ionization

c.

Heat of neutralization

d.

Heat of dissociation

6.

Cohesive energy affects the

 

a.

Size of atom

b.

I.E.

c.

Electronegativity

d.

M.P. & B.P.

7.

Ionic bond is formed when electronegative difference between atoms is

 

a.

More than 1.7 ev

b.

Less than 1.7 ev

c.

Equal to 1.7 ev

d.

None of these

8.

Li – shows

 

a.

Ionic character

b.

Covalent character

c.

Neutral character

d.

None

9.

The stability of Sodium chloride is ……………than sodium iodide

 

a.

Less

b.

More

c.

Equal

d.

None

10.

The solubility of Potassium iodide is ……………

than potassium chloride

 

a.

More

b.

Less

c.

Same

d.

None

11.

Density of sodium is less than water because it is

 

a.

High + ve in nature

b.

High –ve in nature

c.

Neutral in nature

d.

Large in size

12.

I.P. of Li in its own group is

 

a.

Highest

b.

Lowest

c.

Both a and b

d.

None

13.

Super conductivity is due to

 

a.

Paired electron

b.

Unpaired electron

c.

Both-paired or unpaired elecron

d.

None

14. Critical temperature is that temperature where metal becomes

a.

Super conductor

b.

Good conductor

c.

Poor conductor

d.

None

15. Substitutional alloys are formed when metallic radii difference is nearly

a.

14 – 15%

b.

20 – 22 %

c.

10 – 12 %

d.

8 – 10 %

16. In interstitial alloy invading atom is present in

 

a.

Inter molecular space

b.

Molecular space

 

c.

Atomic space

d.

Interstitial space

17. Superoxide of alkali metal is formed by

 

a.

Li

b.

Na

c.

K

d.

None

18. Colorful compounds of alkali metals are due to the presence of

 

a.

Anions containing oxygen

 

b.

Anions containing sulphur

c.

Anions containing transition elements

d.

Anions containing nitrogen

19. Lithium resembles to

 

a.

Ca

b.

Mg

c.

Al

d.

Si

20. Most stable compound among these is

 

a.

K – R

b.

Na – R

c.

Li – R

d.

Rb – R

21. Crown has the structure

 

a.

Spherical

b.

Dunb – bell

c.

Puckered

d.

None

22. Na + & Li + ion prefer to form

 

a.

Crown – 5

b.

Crown – 6

c.

Crown – 7

d.

Crown – 8

23. Cryptates are

 

a.

Monocyclic

b.

Dicyclic

c.

Tricyclic

d.

Polycyclic

24. Coordination number of cryptates is

 

a.

8

b.

6

c.

4

d.

10

25. Metals are required to balance the electrical charge in the living cell with

a.

Negative charge macro organic molecule

b.

Positive charge organic molecule

c.

Neutral charge organic molecule

d.

None of these

26. In biological functions the metal which expel out of cells is

a.

Li +

b.

Na +

c.

K +

d.

Rb +

27. Different ratio of Na + to K + inside & outside of cells are essential for the functioning of

a.

Nerve and blood

b.

Blood and muscle

c.

Bone & nerve

d.

Nerve & muscle

28. Be and Mg has a structure

 

a.

B.C.C.

b.

H.C.P.

c.

C.C.P.

d.

none

29. Cohesive energy of 2nd group elements is greater than that of

a.

III rd group elements

b.

1st group element

c.

4th group elements

d.

None

30. Conduction in metals is due to the presence of

 

a.

Empty conduction band

b.

Filled conduction band

c.

Partially filled conduction band

d.

None

31.

CO molecule has bonds

 

a.

1 - σ bond & 2 - π bonds

 

b.

2 - σ bonds and 1 - π bonds

c.

1 - σ bond and 1 - π bond

d.

2 - π bonds – 2 - σ bonds

32.

For σ bonding molecular orbital, along the internuclear line electron density is

 

a.

Maximum

b.

Minimum

c.

Zero

d.

None

33.

For π bonding molecular orbital, along the internuclear line electron density is

 

a.

Maximum

b.

Minimum

c.

Zero

d.

None

34.

P y – P y orbital giving the molecular orbital

 

a.

π bonding M.O.

b.

σ bonding M.O.

c.

σ and π bonding M.O.

d.

None

35.

When there is no overall change in energy, situation is termed as

 

a.

σ bonding

b.

π bonding

c.

Non bonding

d.

None

36.

Pentagonal bipyramidal have hybridization

 

a.

SP 3 d

b.

SP 3 d 2

c.

SP 3 d 3

d.

SP 3

37

For combination of atoms during formation of molecule, they must have

 

a.

More energy

b.

Highest energy

c.

Lower energy

d.

Same energy

38.

Oxygen is

 

a.

Paramagnetic

b.

Diamagnetic

c.

Ferromagnetic

d.

None

39.

Bond order in O - 2 ion is

 

a.

1

b.

2

c.

3

d.

None

40.

The force between atoms in metallic lattice is

 

a.

Van der waal force

b.

Electrostatic force

c.

Cohesive force

d.

None

41.

Structure of alkali metals is

 

a.

C.C.P.

b.

B.C.C

c.

H.C.P.

d.

None

42.

Band theory explains

 

a.

Properties of metals

b.

Properties of non metals

 

c.

Properties of metalloids

 

d.

None

43.

Conductivity of metals …………

with increase in temperature

 

a.

Decreases

b.

Increases

c.

Remains same

d.

None

44.

Conductivity of semiconductors …………

with increase in temperature

 

a.

Decreases

b.

Increases

c.

Remains same

d.

None

45.

The bonding energy of metals depends on the average number of unpaired

 

a.

Electrons

b.

Protons

c.

Neutrons

d.

Mesons

46.

Crystal structure adopted by metal depends on the number of

 

a.

S & P orbitals

b.

SP & d orbitals

c.

S, P, & f orbitals

d.

P & d orbitals

47.

Cohesive force increases from

 

a.

Left to right in period

b.

Right to left in period

c.

Moving down a group

d.

Ascending up a group

48.

Lustre of metal is due to

 

a.

Bonding electrons

b.

Free electronsc.

No electrons

d.

None

49. Which molecule does not exist?

a. He

2

b.

li 2

c.

H 2

50. C.N. of pentagonal bipyramidal molecule is

a. 4

b.

5

c.

6

d.

d.

N 2

7

51. d-block elements form colored ions, because they absorb some energy for

a.

d – s transition

b.

p – d transition

c.

d – d transition

d.

None of them

52. Paramagnetic property is the property of

 

a.

Paired electrons

b.

Unpaired electrons

c.

Completely vacant electric sub-shell

d.

Completely filled electronic sub-shell

53. Electronic configuration of platinum is

 

a.

……… 4d 10 5 s 0

b.

……… 5d 9 b s 1

c.

……… 5d 10 6 s 0

d.

……… 5d 8 6 s 2

54. In 3d - transition series, with the increase in nuclear charge, the screening effect

a.

First increases & then decreases

c.

Dirst decreases & then increases

b.

d.

Decrease

Increases

55. The maximum oxidation state of Mn is

a. +6

b.

+5

c.

+7

d.

+8

56. Covalent character of a given metal increases with

a.

Decrease in the oxidation state

c.

Decrease in the ionization energy

b

d.

Increase in the oxidation state None of them

57. Energy associated with a wave length is given by

a.

c.

10

5

83.7

×

10

λ

(

8

A

0

)

83.7

×

λ A

(

)

KJ mol

1

KJ mol

1

b.

d.

58. Which one of the following ligands is π bonding ligand ?

a.

Cl -

b.

NH 3

c.

59. Which one of the oxides of V is acidic in nature?

a.

VO

b.

V 2 O 3

c.

60. Zegler – Natta catalyst is used for the manufacture of

a.

Nylon 6

b.

c.

Polythene

d.

61. B.M (Bohr magneton) is the unit of

a.

Density

b.

c.

Magnetic moment

d.

62. Paramagnetism is the property of

a.

Paired electron

b.

c.

Completely filled electronic sub-shell

d.

10

6

83.7

×

λ

(

A

0

)

KJ mol

1

None

H 2 O

d.

CO

VO 2

d.

V 2 O 5

TNT None of these

Volume

Wave length

Unpaired electrons Completely vacant electronic sub-shell

63. 1 st I.E. of Hg is higher than that of Cd, due to the presence of 4f orbitals which brings

a.

Repulsion

b. Attraction

c.

Poor – shielding effect

d. Perfect shielding effect

64. Which of the following has Frankel defect?

Cs Cl

a.

NaCl

b.

c.

K Br

d.

None

65. The electromagnetic value of A & B is 0.7 & 3 respectively. Predict the nature of bond

a.

Co-valent bond

b.

Ionic bond

c.

Co-ordinate covalent bond

d.

Metallic bond

66. With the increase in the value of lattice energy, stability of an ionic solid

a.

Decreases

b.

Remains same

c.

Increases

d.

None

67. Born exponent "n" can be measured by the

 

a.

Expansion measurement

b.

Compressibility measurement

c.

Cryoscopic measurement

d.

All of them

68. Lattice energy becomes stronger when inter – ionic distance

a.

Increases

b.

Decreases

c.

Remains constant

d.

None of them

69. If the limiting radius value is 0.732 – 0.999 for a compound them the coordination number is

a. 3

b.

4

c.

6

d.

8

70. The inter metallic compound Li Ag crystallizes into cubic lattice in which both lithium and silver have coordination number of light. The crystal class is

a.

Simple cubic

b.

Face centered cubic

c.

Body centered cubic

d.

None of them

71. An ion occupying a tetrahedral hole has co-ordination number

a.

3

b.

4

c.

6

d.

8

72. If the coordination number for a certain ionic compound is 6 : 3, then the structure is

a.

Linear

b.

Tri-angular

c.

Rectile

d.

Fluorite

73. F – centered defects are associated with

 

a.

Structure

b.

Color

c.

Density

d.

All of them

74. Promoted iron is used as catalyst to prepare

 

a.

Halogens

b.

HNO 3

c.

H 2 SO 4

d.

NH 3

75. Boron and aluminium are

 

a.

s – block elements

b.

p- block elements

c.

d – block elements

d.

f – block element

76. Which one of the following elements shows the most stable +1 oxidation state?

 

a.

Al

b.

Ga

c.

In

d.

Tl

77. Inert pair effect is exhibited by

 

a.

B

b.

Al

c.

C

d.

None

78. Aluminium chloride exist as

 

a.

Momomer

b.

Dimer

c.

Polymer

d.

None

79. BF 3 is

a.

Lewis base

b.

Lewis acid

c.

Amphoteric

d.

Proton acceptor

80. Icosahedron is a regular shape with

 

a.

20 corners and 12 face

 

b.

14 corners and 20 faces

 

c.

12 corners & 20 face

d.

16 corners and 20 face

81. Born Lande equation is used to determine the

a.

Ionization energy

b.

Hydration energy

c.

Lattice energy

d.

Solvation energy

82. Which one of the following ions gives colored compound?

 

a.

T1 4+

b.

Ti 3+

c.

Sc 3+

d.

All of them

83. The color of [Ti (H 2 O) 6 ] 3+ ion is due to

 

a.

Presence of water molecules

b.

Intra – atomic transfer of electrons

c.

Excitation of electrons from t 2g to e g orbital

d.

None

84. Which of the following compound is not colored?

 

a.

Na 2 [Cu Cl 4 ]

b.

Na 2 [Cd Cl 4 ]

c.

K 4 [Fe (CN) 6 ]

d.

K 3 [Fe (CN) 6 ]

85. The no. of unpaired electron is the [Co (NH 3 ) 6 ] 3+ ion

a.

5

b.

6

c.

4

d.

3

86. The correct electronic configuration of Mo

 

a.

4d 6 5s 0

b.

4d 3 5s 2

c.

4d 4 5S 2

d.

None

87. Compounds of the transition elements containing highest oxidation state shows

a.

Ionic nature

b.

Covalent nature

c.

Co-ordinate co-valent

d.

All of them

88. The element with the highest density is

 

a.

Y

b.

Tl

c.

Pd

d.

Os

89. Which of the oxides of Cr is amphoteric in nature?

 

a.

CrO

b.

Cr O 3

c.

Cr O 5

d.

None

90. Transition elements have greater tendency to form complexes because

a.

They have two electrons in their outer most shell

b.

They have large size

c.

They have vacant d- orbitals

d.

They have fully filled d – orbitals

91. The polarization effect produces

a.

Electrovalence

b.

Co- valence

c.

Co-ordinate co-valence

d.

All of them

92. NaCl is more ionic them cuprous chloride because

 

a.

Cu + has less polarizing power

b.

Cu + has greater polarizing power

c.

Cu + has ionizing power

d.

Na + has greater polarizing power

93. BCl 3 is

a.

Ionic compound

b.

Lewis base

c.

Electron deficient compound

d.

Electron donor

94. Melting point of boron is exceptionally high, the reason is

a.

It being an ionic substrate

b.

Due to its simple structure

c.

Due to its unusual structure

d.

None of them

95. Due to Frankel defect, the density of ionic solids

 

a.

Increases

b.

Decreases

c.

Does not change

d.

Changes

96. Schottky defect in crystals is observed when

a. An ion leaves its normal site & occupies an interstitial site

b. Density of the crystals is increased

c. Unequal number of cations and anions are missing from the lattice

97. The lanthanide contraction is responsible for the fact that

a.

Zr & Y have about the same radius

b.

Zr & Zn have similar oxidation state

c.

Zr & Hf have about the same radius

d.

None of them

98. Cluster compounds in transition elements contain

 

a.

Non – metal to metal bonding

b.

Metal to metal bonding

c.

Metal to hydrogen bonding

d.

Metal to oxygen bonding

99. Titanium shows magnetic moment of 1.73 BH in its compound. What is the oxidation number of Ti in the compound?

a.

+ 2

b.

+3

c.

+4

d.

None of above

100. Which one is most electronegative?

 

a.

F

b.

Cl

c.

Br

d.

I

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