(Paper) MP PET 2009 Model Paper For Chemistry

Paper : MP PET 2009 Model Paper For Physics

1.The Scientist responsible for the addition of zero group to Mendeleev's original periodic table was

a) Planck  b) Bohv     c) Rutherford         d) Ramsay

 

2.The two places left empty by Mendeleev in the periodic table were later filled by the elements

a) Al and Si           b) Ar and Sb          c) Sb and Bi          d) Ga and Ge

 

3.An atom which atomic number 29 belongs to

a) 3rd period and 4th group b) 4th group and 2nd period            c) 4th period and 11th group    d) 11th group and 3rd period

 

4.The first electron affinity of halogens vary in the order

a) F>Cl>Br>I         b) Cl>Br>F>I         c) I>Br>Cl>F         d) Cl>F>Br>I

 

5.The successive ionization energies of a metal M are 100.5 and 1124.5 k Cal respectively. The possible formula of its chloride will be

a) MCl4     b) MCl3     c) MCl2     d) MCl

 

6.The correct order of atomic size of C, N, P and S follows the order

a) N<C<P<S         b) C<N<P<S         c) N<C<S<P         d) C<N<S<P

 

7.The element with very high ionization potential but zero electron affinity is

a) H          b) He        c) Na        d) Be

 

8.The sizes of A, A,A2 and A decrease in the order

a) A2>A>A>A       b) A>A2>A>A       c) A>A>A>A2       d) A>A>A>A2

 

9.The strongest base among the following is

a) LiOH     b) NaOH   c) KOH     d) CsOH

 

10.The correct order of ionization energy is given by

a) B<N<C<O         b) B<C<N<O         c) B= C<O<N        d) B<C<O<N

 

11.Elements belonging to the same group have the same

a) atomic size       b) atomic mass     c) Covalent radii     d) Valence electrons

 

12.In which of the following pairs, the second atom is larger than the first

a) N, P      b) Br, Cl    c) Ba, Sr   d) Mg, Al

 

13.Which of the following has the largest atomic size

a) 1S2, 2S2, 2P6, 3S2       b) 1S2, 2S2, 2P6, 3S2, 3P1           c) 1S2, 2S2, 2P6, 3S2,3P3            d) 1S2,2S2,2P6, 3S2, 3P5

 

14.In the periodic table metallic character shows which of the following trends

a) decreases down a group and increases along a period      b) increases down a group and increases along a period c) increases down a group and decreases along a period      d) decreases down a group and doesnt change along a period

 

15.Which one of the following ions has the smaller radius?

a) el          b) S2        c) K          d) Ca2

 

16.Heating of pyrates in air for oxidation of sulphur is called

a) roasting b) smelting            c) calcination         d) stagging

 

17.Which of the following metals cannot be extracted by carbon reduction process?

a) Pb        b) Al         c) Hg        d) Zn

 

18.Which of the following metal is obtained by leaching its ore with dilute cyanide solution

a) silver     b) titanium c) vanadium           d) zinc

 

19.One of the following metals forms a volatile compound and this property is taken advantage for its extraction. This metal is

a) Iron       b) Nickel   c) cobalt   d) Tungsten

 

20.Which one of the following metals is extracted by thermal reduction process?

a) copper  b) iron       c) aluminium         d) magnesium

 

21.In the forth floatation process for the purification of ores, the ore particles float because

a) they are light     b) their surface is hydrophobic i.e, not easily wetted by water            c) they bear electrostatic charge     d) they are insoluble

 

22.Zone refining is a method to obtain

a) very high temperature     b) ultra pure Al       c) ultra pure metals            d) ultra pure oxides

 

23.Which one of the following beneficiation processes is used for the mineral, Al2O3.2H2O?

a) froth floatation    b) leaching            c) liquation            d) magnetic seperation

 

24.In blast furnace, maximum temperature is in

a) zone of fusion    b) zone of combustion        c) zone of slag combustion d) zone of reduction

 

25.In elctrorefining of copper some gold is deposited as

a) anode mud        b) cathode mud     c) cathode d) electrolyte

 

26.The process of zone refining is used in the purification of

a) Si         b) Al         c) Ag        d) Cu

 

27.A basic lining is given to a furnace by using

a) calcinied dolomite          b) lime stone         c) haemalite          d) silica

 

28.The most abundant metal on the surface of the earth is

a) Fe        b) Al         c) Ca        d) Na

 

29.In the commercial electrochemical process for aluminium extraction the electrolyte used is

a) AlOH3in NaOH solution  b) An aqueous solution of Al2SO43 c) A molten mixture of Al2O3and Na3AlF6        d) A molten mixture of Al2O3and AlOH3

 

30.Cassiterite is an ore of

a) Mn        b) Ni         c) Sb        d) Sn

 

31.The number of spherical nodes in 3p orbitals are

a) one       b) three     c) none     d) two

 

32.The energy of hydrogen atom in its ground state is -13.6 eV. The energy of the level corresponding to the quantum number n =5 is

a) -0.54eV b) -5.40eV c) -0.85eV d) -2.72eV

 

33.An electron has a spin quantum number 12 and a magnetic quantum number -1. It can not be present in

a) d-orbital b) f-orbital  c) p-orbital d) s-orbital

 

34.The number of electrons in 3d shell for element with atomic number 26 is

a) 4          b) 6          c) 8          d) 10

 

35.Which one of the following pairs of atoms/atom-ion have identical ground state configuration?

a) Li and He          b) Cl and Ar           c) Na and K           d) Fe and Ne

 

36.The set of quantum numbers not applicable to an electron is

a) 1,1,1,12            b) 1,0,0,12            c) 1,0,0,12            d) 2,0,0,12

 

37.Splitting of spectral lines under the influence of magnetic field is called

a) Stark effect        b) Zeeman effect    c) Photoelectric effect        d) none of these

 

38.Azimuthal quantum number determines the

a) size      b) spin      c) orientation         d) angular momentum of orbitals

 

39.The radius of the atom is of the order of

a) 1010     b) 1013     c) 1015     d) 108

 

40.The configuration 1s22s22p53s1 shows

a) ground state of fluorine   b) excited state of fluorine   c) excited state of neon atom            d) excited state of O2ion

 

41.Which of the following is the electronic configuration of Cu2Z29?

a) Ar4s13d8          b) Ar4s23d104p1   c) Ar4s13d10         d) Ar 3d9

 

42.Wave nature of electron was demonstrated by

a) Schrodinger       b) De-Brogile         c) Davisson           d) Heisenberg

 

43.If the radius of first Bohr orbit be a0, then the radius of third Bohr orbit would be

a) 3a0       b) 6a0       c) 9a0       d) 19a0

 

44.The first emission line in the atomic spectrum of hydrogen in the Balmer series appears at

a) 9R400cm1         b) 7R144cm1         c) 3R4cm1            d) 5R36cm1

 

45.The four quantum numbers of the valency electron of potassium are

a) 4,1,1,1/2           b) 4,0,0,1/2           c) 4,1,0,1/2           d) 4,4,0,1/2

 

46.Which of the following has more unpaired d-electrons?

a) Zn         b) Fe2       c) Ni3       d) Cu

 

47.The De- Broglie wavelength of a particle with mass 1g and velocity 100m/s is

a) 6.631033m        b) 6.631034m        c) 6.631035m        d) 6.651035m

 

48.The energy of a photon is given as, Eatom3.031019Jatom then, the wavelength () of the photon is

a) 65.6 nm            b) 656 nm c) 0.656 nm           d) 6.56 nm

 

49.According to Bohr's theory, the energy required for the transition of H atom from n=6 to n = 8 state is

a) equal to energy required for the transition from n = 5 to n = 7 state b) larger than in (A)            c)    less than in (A)  d) equal to energy for the transition from n = 7 to n = 9 state

 

50.An electron has kinetic energy of 2.141022J. Its de-Brogile wavelength will be nearly (me9.11031kg)

a) 9.28104m          b) 9.28107m          c) 9.28108m          d) 9.281010m