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Q: 50.

Correct Order of Basic Strength

Title: Q-50-Find the correct order of basic strength

Description: Q-50- Find the correct order of basic strength

Correct order of Basic strength

(1) I > II > III > IV

(2) II > III > I > IV

(3) III > II > I > IV

(4) IV > I > II > III

Ans. (2)

Solution:

Correct Order of Basic Strength

Title: Q-50 - 1-The correct order of basic strength

Description: Q-50 - 1- The correct order of basic strength

Q: 51.

Title:

Description:

Correct Order of Basic Strength

(1)

Correct Order of Basic Strength

(2)

Correct Order of Basic Strength

(3)

Correct Order of Basic Strength

(4)

Correct Order of Basic Strength

Solution:

Correct Order of Basic Strength

Q: 52. F-centre is

(1) Anion vacancy occupied by unpaired electron

(2) Anion vacancy occupied by electron

(3) Cation vacancy occupied by electron

(4) Anion present in interstitial site

Ans. (1)

Solution:

F-centre is unpaired e.

Q: 53. Wave length of particular transition for atom is . What can be wavelength of for same transition:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Ans. (2)

Solution:

For

Q: 54. Which of the following contain at least one lone pair in all of its halide

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Ans. (1)

Q: 55. One monatomic gas is expanded adiabatically from to at external pressure finds ?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Ans. (1)

Solution:

Process is adiabatic

Q: 56. Correct order of acidic strength

Order of Acidic Strength

Title: Q-56-Find the order of acidic strength

Description: Q-56- Find the order of acidic strength

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Ans. (2)

Solution:

The Acidic Nature Α-I

Title: Q-56-The acidic Nature

Description: Q-56- The acidic Nature

Q: 57. Which of the following is true for

(1) Paramagnetic

(2) Anhydride of

(3) Brown gas

(4) Exist in solid state in form of .

Ans. (4)

Solution:

in solid form exists as .

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