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Here are some sample questions of Chemistry for ETEA Medical test preparation:
TOPIC: Gases, Liquids & Solids
If dipole-dipole forces of X are stronger than Y. then which of the following is not true?
Answer A: X has higher melting point than Y
Answer B: X has higher boiling point than Y
Answer C: Y has lower heat of vaporization than X
Answer D: Y has greater heat of sublimation than X
Greater the strength of dipole-dipole forces, greater the values of thermodynamic parameters like melting point, boiling point, heat of vaporization and heat of sublimation. Hence D is wrong.
TOPIC: Atomic Structure
Which subshell can by occupied by a maximum of 10 electrons?
Answer A: S-subshell
Answer B: P-subshell
Answer C: D-subshell
Answer D: F-subshell
D-subshell can occupied by a maximum of 10 electrons. The formula for calculating the number of electrons in a subshell is given as: 2(2l+1) where as in case of d-subshell the value of l=2. Thus the number of electrons in d-shell = 2(2l+1) = 2(5) = 10 electrons.
TOPIC: Chemical Bonding
The shape of SnCl2 according to VSEPR theory is:
Answer A: Tetrahedral
Answer B: Linear
Answer C: Trigonal Pyramidal
Answer D: Bent or Angular
The lone pair of electrons presents on Sn produces stronger repulsion and changes the shape of SnCl2 from linear to bent or angular.
10 grams of glucose are dissolved in water to make 100cm3 of its solution, its molarity is,
Answer A: 0.55
Answer B: 0.1
Answer C: 10
Answer D: 1
Moles of glucose in 10g = 0.055
Volume 10 cm3 = 0.01L
Molarity = 0.055-0.01 = 0.55