12th Chemistry Revision Exam Question - Answers


12th Chemistry  Revision Exam Question - Answers

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12TH STANDARD                                      CHEMISTRY

TIME: 3HRS                                                                                                       MARKS: 70

PART-I

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER:                                                                 15 × 1 = 15

1.  𝑆𝑐(𝑍 = 21) is a transition element but 𝑍𝑛(𝑍 = 30) is not because,

a)  Both 𝑆𝑐3+ and 𝑍𝑛2+ ions are colourless and form white compounds.

b)  In case of 𝑆𝑐, 3𝑑- orbital are partially filled but in 𝑍𝑛 these are completely filled.

c)  Last electron as assumed to be added to 4𝑠 level in case of 𝑍𝑛

d)  Both 𝑆𝑐 and 𝑍𝑛 do not exhibit variable oxidation states

Answer: b)  In case of ð‘†ð‘, 3𝑑- orbital are partially filled but in ð‘ð‘› these are completely filled.

2.  The stability of +1 oxidation state increases in the sequence,

a) ðī𝑙 < 𝐚𝑎 < 𝐞𝑛 < 𝑇𝑙                        b) 𝑇𝑙 < 𝐞𝑛 < 𝐚𝑎 < ðī𝑙

c) 𝐞𝑛 < 𝑇𝑙 < 𝐚𝑎 < ðī𝑙                        d) 𝐚𝑎 < 𝐞𝑛 < ðī𝑙 < 𝑇𝑙

Answer:a) ðī𝑙 < ðšð‘Ž < ðžð‘› < ð‘‡ð‘™  

3.  Solid ðķ𝑜2 is an example of,

a)  Covalent solid          b) Metallic solid          c) Molecular solid       d) Ionic solid

4.  Match items in column-I with the items of column-II and assign the correct code. Column-I                                                Column-II

A)    Cyanide process                    (i) Ultrapure Ge

B)    Froth floatation process        (ii) Extraction of Al

C)    Electrolytic reduction           (iii) Dressing of ZnS

D)    Zone refining                        (iv) Extraction of Au code     A   B          C         D

a)                  i           ii          iii         iv

b)                  iii         iv         ii          i

c)                  iv         iii         ii          i

d)                 ii          iii         i           iv

5.  𝛞 − 𝐷(+) glucose and ð›― 𝐷(+) glucose are,

a)  Epimers                   b) Anomers                 c) Enantiomers            d) Conformational isomers

6.  The product formed, when glycol treated with conc ðŧ2𝑆𝑜4 is,

a)  1,4 –dioxane           b) 1,2 –epoxy ethane c) Ethene                     d) Ethanal

7.  Which of these is not likely to act as Lewis base?

a) ðĩðđ3                         b) 𝑃ðđ3                         c) ðķ𝑂                           d) ðđ

8.  The 𝑃ðŧ of 10−5 𝑀 ðū𝑂ðŧ solution will be,

a) 9                              b) 5                              c) 19                            d) 14

9.  Which one of the following is the strongest acid?

a)  2-nitrophenol          b) 4-chlorophenol        c) 4-nitrophenol           d) 3-nitrophenol

10.  Williamson synthesis of preparing dimethyl ether is a/an,

a)  𝑆𝑁1 reaction                                               b) 𝑆𝑁2 reaction

c) electrophilic addition                                 d) electrophilic substitution

11.  Acid hydrolysis of inulin produces,

a)  Fructose                 b) Glucose                   c) Maltose                   d) Sucrose

12.  In Froth floatation process, sodium cyanide act as,

a)  Frothing agent       b) Collector                 c) Depressing agent     d) Flux


13.  Which of the following metals has the largest abundance in the earth’s crust?


a)  Aluminium             b) Calcium                   c) Magnesium              d) Sodium


14.  Assertion: ðķ𝑒4+ is used as an oxidizing agent in volumetric

analysis Reason: ðķ𝑒4+ has the tendency of attaining +3 oxidation state

a)  Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion

b)  Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion

c)  Assertion is true but reason is false

d)  Both assertion and reason are false


15.  The number of carbon atoms per unit cell of diamond is,

a) 8                            b) 5                              c) 1                              d) 4

       

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