Chemistry – Important Question Bank for Gujarat Board (GSEB) HSC 2016 Examination

Chemistry – Important Question Bank for Gujarat Board (GSEB) HSC 2016 Examination

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1    Define extensive properties with two examples.

2. Write the equations for solubility products of CaF2 and PbS

3. What is meant by entropy ?

4. Calculate the weight of CH3COOH in 500 ml of a solution of the acid which has pH = 3.8

5. The +3 state of Cr is stable where as the +4 & +5 state of Cr are not stable.

6. Cr2O3 is paramagnetic, where as CrO3 is diamagnetic

7. Explain the reactivity of nitrogen.

8. State the inert gas elements do not form convalent and ionic compounds.

9. Explain special characteristics of position of inert gases in the periodic table.

10. Explain the geometry and magnetic properties of four and six co-ordinated complexes giving illustrations.

11. Write balanced chemical equations for the following reactions :

(a) Reaction of potassium dichromate with nitrous acid in acidic medium

(b) Reaction of acidic ferrous sulphate with nitric acid

12. The ionization of the transition elements decreases as atomic number increases. Give reasons.

13.  Explain :

(i) Bonding capacity of nitrogen group

(ii) Reactivity of the elements of nitrogen family

14. Write a short note on positive and negative oxidation states of transition elements.

15. State the main points of Werner’s theory.

16. Write short notes on complexes occurring in nature.

17. Discuss the magnetic properties of the M+2 ions of the elements of the first transition series.

18. Write electronic configuration of the elements of zero group.

19. Write the characteristics of nitrogen molecule. Explain chemical

20. Write the formula of the following complex –

(I) Hexaammine Cobalt

(II) and give the hybridisation of central metal ion in this complex.

21. Give preparation of Nitric acid. Also give two equations showing properties as oxidising agent.

22. Discuss oxyacids of Arsenic

23. Explain why K4[Fe(CN)6] is dimagnetic while [Fe(H2O)6]Cl3 is paramagnetic ?

24. Strength of Ligands and its order. Indicate the central metal atom, Ligands, co- ordination number and oxidation state of central metal atom in the complex;  [Cr(H2O)2(NO2)2I2]

25.  The oxidation states of the elements at the two ends of the transition elements series are lowest where as those for the elements in the centre are highest. Why ?

26. Write names, molecular formula and oxidation states of the different oxides of nitrogen.

27. What are interstitial compounds. Give information about stoichiometric & non-stoichiometric compounds of the transition elements and explain giving appropriate example.

28. Why is Nitrogen different from other elements of its group ?

29. How is black phosphorous prepared ? Give its characteristics.

30. Give the molecular formula of the substance obtained by the reduction of aqueous copper sulphate with sodium hypo-phosphide. Also indicate its colour.

31.  Give preparation of arsenic acid, molecular formula and name its sodium salts.

32. Give equations in which nitrous acid acts as oxidising agent

33. Give name, formula, oxidation state, Basicity and structure of phosphorus acid.

34. Yellow phospherous has to be kept under water why ?

35. Why do metals form different types of compleres ?

36. Complete the reactions and balance.

(i) KI + HNO3

(ii) P4 + NaOH + H2O →

(iii) K2Cr2O7 + H2SO4 + HNO2 →

37. Explain the geomeiry and magnetic property of [Co(NH3)6]2+ by hybridization theory.

38. Give IUPAC names of

(a) K[Cr(NH3)2(CO3)2]

(b) [Fe(CO)6]SO4

39. Magnetic moment value of an ion of iron is 5.92 B.M. Find the no. of unpaired electrons in it and give its electronic configuration.

40. What happens when nitrous acid is boiled in presence of air.

41. What are the methods to isolate inert gases from air.

42.  Give names and fomulae of two complexes in which the oxidation state of Ni metal is zero.

43. Give the properties of transition elements which bear a direct relation with the oxidation state.

44. What is Vanadates ?

45. What is d-d transition ?

46. Give the structure of

(a) pyrophosphoric acid

(b) Pyrophosphorous acid.

47. Explain the electron configuration of Chromium and Copper. Write structural formula of the following.

i) Chloric acid

ii) Chlorine heptoxide

iii) Metaphosphorus acid

iv) Hypophosphorus acid

48. Give the oxidation number of the transition metal ions in the following complex compounds.

(i) [V(H2O)6]Cl2

(ii) [Cr(NH3)4 CO3] NO3

49. Nitrogen molecule is very stable. Why ?

50. Explain

(1) Importance of Chlorophyll

(2)Inert gases occupy zero-group also known as VIIIth A group in periodic table

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