MCQs of Chapter 5 Chemistry Class 11

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Atomic Laws and Applications.

MCQs of Chapter 5 Chemistry Class 11




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#1. The e/m value for the positive rays in maximum for the gas :

#2. Positive rays were discovered by :

#3. The unit millibar is commonly used by:

#4. The velocity of Photon is

#5. Name the electron is given by:

#6. Cathode rays strike alumina and produce a colour :

#7. The charge on proton is :

#8. Ruther ford model of atom failed because:

#9. When one Beta particle is emitted from the nucleus of an atom its:

#10. Splitting of spectal lines when atoms are subject to strong electrical field is called :

#11. Orbitals having same energy are called :

#12. Lyman series lies in spectral region:

#13. The carbon atom in C2H4 uses following orbitals for making covalent bonds :

#14. Bohr's model of atom is contradicted by:

#15. The nature of positive rays depends on :

#16. The limiting line of Balmer series lies in:


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