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Question number: 307

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 16 » Allotropic Forms of Sulphur

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A black sulphide when treated with ozone becomes white, the white compound is?

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d.

Question number: 308

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 17 » Introduction

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Which halogen that is most readily reduced is?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

iodine

b.

bromine

c.

fluorine

d.

chlorine

Question number: 309

» Classification of Elements & Periodicity » Oxidation States

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Given that the O. S. of Sulphur is -2, calculate the gram equivalent wt. of Sulphur.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

32

b.

16

c.

8

d.

64

Question number: 310

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 18 » Structures of Fluorides

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The hybridization of xenon in XeF2 is?

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d.

Question number: 311

» Atomic Structure » Shapes of S, P and D - Orbitals

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P-orbital’s shape is-

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pear shape

b.

Sphere shape

c.

Triangle shape

d.

Complex shape

Question number: 312

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 18 » Noble Gases

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Which of the following noble gas is used in signal illuminations?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Argon

b.

Helium

c.

Neon

d.

All of the above

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Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follows :

The oxidation state of the elements in the pure state = 0. The equivalent wt. of the element

E = where x = valency

The equivalent wt. of any compound = sum of the equivalent wt. of component elements or ions.

By using this relation we can calculate the equivalent wt. of any acidic and basic oxide.

Question number: 313 (1 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

» Basic Concepts in Chemistry » Empirical and Molecular Formulae

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Equiv. wt. of is -

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Choice (4)Response

a.

26.5

b.

33

c.

46.34

d.

38.3

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» Basic Concepts in Chemistry » Empirical and Molecular Formulae

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Equiv. wt. of is -

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Choice (4)Response

a.

33

b.

46.34

c.

26.5

d.

38.3

Question number: 315

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 17 » Hydrochloric Acid

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Which of the following acid can be used to prepare hydrochloric acid on heating?

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Question number: 316

» P-Block Elements Group 13 to 18 » Group 17 » Interhalogen Compounds

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Which one of the following inter halogen compound is thermally more stable?

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d.

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