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The Quality Parameters

Complexity Level Should not be too direct and simple, should be well-
thought, hence can be used for IIT entrance
Repetitive Using some information and compose several questions
based on those information, without any logical variation
Subject Matter and Language The subject matter should be crystal clear and easy to
understand. The Language should not lead to different
interpretation. Should be concise and to the point. Word
selection and cohesiveness of the paragraph should be
focused on.
Explanation This part is incorporated to give the student an
opportunity to understand the concept, logic, and
subject matter in a better way.
Adherence to the Format of Question It is a must that Composer should bear the format of the
Questions in mind while forming questions. Other wise
such Questions will be termed null and void.

Types of Question

 Matrix

 Paragraph Based

 Single digit

 Single Answer Type

The radial distribution function [P(r)] is used to determine the most probable radius which is used to find the

electron in a given orbital. for 1s-orbital of hydrogen like atom having atomic number ‘Z’ is

then which of the following statements is/are correct?

(A) At the point of maximum value of radial distribution function = zero, one antinode is present.

(D) Most probable radius of hydrogen ion (H+) is ao pm.

Here more than one options are correct, hence for this question. Let’s say a,c or b,d or c,a,d etc.

Matrix

List I List II

(C) Na3PO4 if α = 0.9 3. i = 3.8

(D) K4[Fe(CN)6] if α = 0.7 4. i = 3.7

Paragraph Based

Paragraph for Question Nos.11 to 13

The total pressure exerted in ideal binary solution is given by P = PAoXAo + PBoXBo where PAo & PBo are the respective

vapour pressure of pure components and XA & XB are their mole fraction in liquid phase. And composition of the

vapour phase is determined with the help of Dalton’s law of partial pressure:

YA =

11. The value of PAo is:

(A) 40 mm of Hg (B) 30 mm of Hg

(C) 60 mm of Hg (D) 90 mm of Hg

(A) liquid A

(B) liquid B

Single Digit

⇒ 2CO (g) + O2 (g) = 2 CO2 (9) + 136 Kcal

⇒ CO (g) + ½ (g) = CO2 (g) + 68 kcal

Which of the following is true for

(a) K is independent of T

Solution:-

This reaction is endothermic. Therefore according to le-chateliers principle, high

temperature favors forward reaction. Hence k increases as T increases.

(a) Misconception

(b) Misconception

(c) Correct option

(d) Misconception.