# NUST NET SAMPLE CHEMISTRY QUESTIONS

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## SAMPLE CHEMISTRY QUESTIONS

TOPIC:

Basics of Chemistry

QUESTION:

How many number of molecules are present in 9.8 g of ice?

OPTIONS:

• 02 * 1022
• 02 * 1023
• 01 * 1023
• 01 * 1022

3.01 * 1023

EXPLANATION:

Number of molecules of water = (Mass of water in gram / Molar mass of water in g/mol) * Avagadro’s no,

= (9.8/18) * 6.02 * 1023 = 3.01 * 1023

TOPIC:

Chemical Bonding

QUESTION:

If the 2nd ionization energy of an element is 1200 and the 3rd ionization energy of the same element is 5000. What will be the valency of this element?

OPTIONS:

• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4

2

EXPLANATION:

The gaps in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and higher ionization energies helps to guess the valency of an element. If there is sufficient gap between the first I.E and 2nd I.E, then the element shows valency of one. But in this case, there is a sufficient gap between 2nd and 3rd ionization energies so the valency will be two.

TOPIC:

Reaction Kinetics

QUESTION:

For any reaction A———-> B, which of the following statement is correct regarding the rate of reaction?

OPTIONS:

• d[A]/dt = d[B]/dt
• -d[A]/dt ≠d[B]/dt
• d[A]/dt = -d[B]/dt
• -d[A]/dt = d[B]/dt