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Question number: 1
» States of Matter » Solid State » Unit Cell and Lattices
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The formula for the calculation of heat evolved in water calorimeter?
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Question number: 2
» States of Matter » Solid State » Unit Cell and Lattices
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Which one of the following can be determined by using BornHaber cycle?
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a.  Internal energy 

b.  Enthalpy 

c.  Lattice energy 

d.  Heat capacity 

Question number: 3
» States of Matter » Solid State » Packing in Solids (Fcc, Bcc and Hcp Lattices)
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The density of KCl is 1.9893g/cm^{3} and the length of a side of unit cell is 6.2908 A° as determined by Xray diffraction. Calculate the value of Avogadro’s number?
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Question number: 4
» States of Matter » Solid State » Packing in Solids (Fcc, Bcc and Hcp Lattices)
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How many elements of symmetry will be possessed by a cubic crystal?
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a.  34 

b.  23 

c.  16 

d.  21 

Question number: 5
» States of Matter » Solid State » Packing in Solids (Fcc, Bcc and Hcp Lattices)
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The packing fraction of the element that crystallizes in simple cubic arrangement is?
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a.  π/6 

b.  π/2 

c.  π/3 

d.  π/4 

Question number: 6
» States of Matter » Solid State » Calculations Involving Unit Cell Parameters
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An element ‘A’ has face centered cubic structure with edge length equal to 361 pm. The apparent radius of atom ‘A’ is?
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a.  160.5 pm 

b.  180.2 pm 

c.  127.6 pm 

d.  64 pm 

Question number: 7
» States of Matter » Solid State » Packing in Solids (Fcc, Bcc and Hcp Lattices)
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How many init cells are present in 39 grams of potassium that crystallizes in bodycentered cubic structure?
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c.  0.75 

d.  0.5 
