JAM Question Paper 2006 CY ( Chemistry)

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 I. The decreasing order of the ionic nature of the following compounds is
(A) Li! > NaBr> KC1> CsF
(B) Lil > KC1 > NaBr> CsF
(C) CsF > NaBr > KC1 > Lil
(D) CsF> KC1 > NaBr> Lil

 The atornicity and the total number of bonds in the elemental white phosphorus molecule
are, respectively.
(A) 4and6
(B) 6and4
(C) 4and4
(D) 6and6

The octahedral ciystal field splitting (z\) of d orbital energies of the following metal ions decreases in the order
(A) Co2 > Co3 >
(B) Co> Co2
(C) Co2> Co3
(D) Co3 > Cop> 3+

 The half-life of a radioactive nuclide is 20 years. If a sample of this nucide has an activity of 6400 disintegrations per minute (dis/min) today, its activity (dis/min) after 100 years would be
(A) 850
(B) 1600
(C) 200
(D) 400
. The average value of C-C bond order in graphite is
(B) 3/2
(C) 3/4
(D) 4/3

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