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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
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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.
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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

 Multiple Answer

 Matrix

 Paragraph Based

 Single digit

 Single Answer Type

Multiple Answer

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.

(B) Most probable radius of Li2+ is pm.

(C) Most probable radius of He+ is pm.

(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

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.

List I List II

(A) AlCl3 if α = 0.8 1. i = 3.4

(B) BaCl2 if α = 0.9 2. i = 2.8

(C) Na3PO4 if α = 0.9 3. i = 3.8


(D) K4[Fe(CN)6] if α = 0.7 4. i = 3.7

(A) a-3,b-2,c-1,d-4 (C) a-1,b-2,c-3,d-4

(B) a-4,b-1,c-2,d-3 (D) a-3,b-1,c-4,d-2


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 =

If total pressure exerted in an ideal binary solution is given by P = mm of Hg.

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

12. The more volatile liquid is:

(A) liquid A

(B) liquid B

(C) both are same

(D) it depends on the amount of A and B

13. If the value of YA = 0.4 then the value of XB is:

(A) 0.6 (B) 0.25

(C) 0.4 (D) 0.5

Single Digit

For the given heat of reaction

(i) C (s) + O2 (g) = CO2 (g) + 97 k cal

(ii) CO2 (g) + C(s) = 2 CO (g) – 39 k cal

The heat of combustion of CO (g) is  Kcal.

Solution: - Subtracting equation (ii) from equation (i) we get

C(s) + O2 (g) = CO2 (g) + 97 kcal

CO2 (g) + C(s) = 2 CO (g) – 39 kcal

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

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


⇒ CO (g) + ½ (g) = CO2 (g) + 68 kcal

Required value = 68 kcal

To be marked a bubble sheet.

Single Answer Type

For the gas phase reaction

Which of the following is true for

(a) K is independent of T

(b) K decreases as T increases

(c) K increases as T increases

(d) K varies with addition of NO

Answer :- (c) is correct

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.