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In hydrogen itomic spectrum, a senes limit is found at 12186.3 cm* Then it belongs to
(A) Lyman series (B) Balmer series (C) Paschen series
(D) Brackett series (E) Pfund series
The number of significant figures in 10.3106 g is
(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 4 (E) 6
The molecule which has the highest bond order is
(A) C2 (B) N2 (C) B2 (D) 02 (E) F2
The molecular geometry of BF3 is
(A) tetrahedral (B) pyramidal (C) square planar
(D) trigonal planar (F) linear
The number of atoms per unit cell of bec structure is
(B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 6 (E) 8
Which onc of thc following forms a molecular solid vhen solidified?
(A) Silicon carhidc (B) Calcium fluoride (C) Rock salt
(D) Silica (E) Methane
The solid product formed on heating AgNO strongly to 980 K is
(A) Silver carbonatc (R) Silver nitride (C) Silver oxidc
(D) Silver metal (E) Silver nitrite
The maximum oxidation state shown by Mn in its compounds is
(A)+4 (I3l—5 (C)+6 ([))+7