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Question number: 1

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Choose the correct options -

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For other canonical conjugates of motion, the equation for Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle may give which is - (for energy and time)

b.

The maximum number of an electron in any energy level is 2n2

c.

The maximum number of electrons placed in a subshell is given by 2 (2ℓ + 1)

d.

Both b. and c. are correct

Question number: 2

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Jahn-Teller effect is not observed in high spin complexes of

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Question number: 3

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Two elements X and Y have following electronic configuration-

Table of electronic configuration of elements

Table of electronic configuration of elements

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Electronic configuration

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Y

The expected compound formed by combination of will be expressed as-

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Question number: 4

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Which follows octet rule?

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