Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Paper – Maharashtra 2016 − 17 Part – 3

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Q: 21. In the given square P, Q, R, S with atomic number is written are metalloids. About this the 4 statements are given below. Select the correct option of the true statements:

Q 21 Find the select correct Statements

Q 21 Find the Select Correct Statements

Q 21 Find the select correct Statements

(a) Element after square P is a non – metal

(b) Square R represents metalloid

(c) Element just before square R is a metalloid

(d) Element just before square S is a non-metal

(1) (a), (b) and (c)

(2) (a), (b) and (d)

(3) (b) and (c)

(4) (a), (b), (c) and (d)

Q: 22 In the following structural formulae one IUPAC name is incorrect. Identify it:

(1)

Q 22 1 Find the IUPAC name

Q 22 1 Find the IUPAC Name

Q 22 1 Find the IUPAC name

(2)

Q 22 2 Find the IUPAC name

Q 22 2 Find the IUPAC Name

Q 22 2 Find the IUPAC name

(3)

Q 22 3 Find the IUPAC name

Q 22 3 Find the IUPAC Name

Q 22 3 Find the IUPAC name

(4)

Q 22 4 Find the IUPAC name

Q 22 4 Find the IUPAC Name

Q 22 4 Find the IUPAC name

Q: 23 Select a compound which gives effervescence with solution :

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Q: 24. What is the IUPAC name of the following compounds?

Q 24 Find the IUPAS name

Q 24 Find the IUPAS Name

Q 24 Find the IUPAS name

(1) 4-Ethyl-3, 3-dichlore heptane

(2) 4-Ethyl-3, 3-dichloro hexane

(3) 4-Ethyl-3-chlorohexane

(4) 3, 3-dichloro-4-butyl heptane

Q: 25. X and are the two atomic species;

Q 25 Find the select correct Statements

Q 25 Find the Select Correct Statements

Q 25 Find the select correct Statements

Select the correct statement about X and Y:

(1) X and Y are isobars

(2) X and Y have different chemical properties

(3) X and Y have different physical properties

(4) X and Y are the atoms of different elements

Q: 26 How many electrons are present in M-shell of an element with Atomic number 20 ?

(1) 8

(2) 6

(3) 18

(4) 2

Q: 27 Which of the following harmful products is not produced in the biochemical reactions of the cell of living organisms?

(1) Urea

(2) Uric acid

(3) Ammonia

(4) Lymph

Q: 28 Match the following components of Column ‘A’ with the components of Column ‘B’ :

Q_28_Find the Components of Column a and B
Q_28_Find the Components of Column A and B

Column ‘A’

Column ‘B’

(1)

Venus flytrap

(A)

A trap which looks and smells like a flower to catch insects

(2)

Balsam

(B)

Flower Opens in the morning

(3)

Drosera

(c)

Fruit bursts open to scatter the seeds

(4)

Lotus

(D)

Tentacles on the leaves to trap the insects

(1) (

(2)

(3)

(4)

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