UPSEE 2016 Sample Paper Chemistry

Here You will find Sample Paper for UPSEE 2016. We are Providing only 20 Questions of UPSEE level try to solve these questions in stipulated time of 20 minutes.

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UPSEE Sample Paper Chemistry

1. The element has the greatest tendency to lose electrons is
(1) F                      (2) Cs                     (3) S                         (4) Be

Ans: (2)

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2. Maximum number of bonds of identical bond length in PF3Cl2 is

(1) 3                      (2) 5                       (3) 4                           (4) 2

Ans: (4)

3. sp2 hybridized orbital is poor overlapper than
(1) sp hydridized orbital
(2) sp3 hydridized orbital
(3) sp3d hydridized orbital
(4) sp3d2 hydridized orbital

Ans: (1)

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4. Sigma bond can be formed by overlap of
(1) s-s orbitals             (2) s-p orbitals
(3) p-p orbitals             (4) All of these

Ans: (4)

5. Among the following paramagnetic compound is
(1) Na2O2             (2) O3                      (3) N2O                      (4) KO2

Ans: (4)

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6. According to MOT, the total number of antibonding electrons in the N22– is
(1) 2              (2) 8                       (3) 6                           (4) 4

Ans: (3)

7. The slope of graph between logP and logV at constant temperature for a given mass of a gas is
(1) +1            (2) –1                      (3)   1/T                            (4) 1/n

Ans: (2)

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8. To what temperature should an open vessel be heated to expel two-fifth of air,if initial temperature is 27°C

(1) 400 K       (2) 450 K                 (3) 500 K                          (4) 550 K

Ans: (3)

9. When the temperature of an ideal gas is increased from 27°C to 927°C, the kinetic energy will be
(1) The same
(2) Eight times
(3) Four times
(4) Twice

Ans: (3)

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10. Which among the following is not an extensive property?
(1) Volume
(2) Melting point
(3) Total mass
(4) Internal energy

Ans: (2)
11. If temperature of a system remains constant during the course of change, the change is
(1) Isochoric (2) Adiabatic
(3) Isothermal (4) Isobaric

Ans: (3)

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12. Mathematical form of first law of thermodynamics when q is the heat supplied and w is the work done by the system is
(1) DU = q + w
(2) DU = q – w
(3) DU = w – q
(4) DU = – q – w

Ans: (2)

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13. The change in enthalpy of  NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O is called
(1) Enthalpy of neutralisation
(2) Enthalpy of reaction
(3) Enthalpy of hydration
(4) Enthalpy of solution

Ans: (1)

14. Heat required to raise the temperature of 1 mole of a substance by 1°C is called
(1) Specific heat
(2) Molar heat capacity
(3) Water equivalent
(4) Specific gravity

Ans: (2)

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15. The enthalpy change of a reaction does not depend on
(1) Physical state of reactants and products
(2) Temperature of a reaction
(3) Path of a reaction
(4) Enthalpy of formation of reactants and products

Ans: (3)

16. When water is boiled
(1) Disorderedness is decreased
(2) DS is zero
(3) Disorderedness is increased
(4) No change

Ans: (3)

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17. The conjugate base of H2O is
(1) OH–                         (2) H3O+                                      (3) H–                               (4) O2

Ans: (1)

18. Which of the following statement is true for catalyst?
(1) It changes equilibrium constant value
(2) It alter the state of equilibrium
(3) It increase the rate of forward reaction higher w.r.t. backward reaction
(4) It does not disturb the equilibrium concentrations

Ans: (4)

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19. Which is incorrect about the dilution of solution of weak acid?

(1) Degree of dissociation increases
(2) Number of moles of H+ increases
(3) pH of solution decreases
(4) Ka remain constant

Ans: (3)

20. At 95°C, pure water has Kw = 10–13. Find the pH of pure water at 95°C
(1) 7                 (2) 6                     (3) 6.5                    (4) 4.5

Ans: (3)

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