Chapter 7 p-Block Elements MCQs for Class 12 Chemistry

Chapter 7 p-Block Elements MCQs for Class 12 Chemistry

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Q 1.: Acidity of diprotic acids in aqueous solution increases in the order :

(A) H2S < H2Se < H2Te

(B) H2Se < H2S < H2Te

(C) H2Te < H2S < H2Se 

(D) H2Se < H2Te < H2

Option – A

Q 2.: The statement that is not correct is ;

(A) Hypophosphorous acid reduces silver nitrate to silver

(B) In solid state PCl5 exists as [PCl4]+ , [PCl6]

(C) Pure phosphine is non-inflammable 

(D) Phosphorous acid on heating disproportionate to give metaphosphoric acid and phosphine

Option – C

Q 3.: The species that is not hydrolysed in water is __________

(A) P4O10  

(B) BaO2

(C) Mg3N2 

(D) CaC2 

Option – A

Q 4.: The correct arrangement of following acids of phosphorus in the increasing order of oxidation state of phosphorus is ;

(A) Hypophosphorus acid < Orthophosphoric acid < Pyrophosphoric acid

(B) Hypophosphorus acid < Pyrophosphoric acid < Orthophosphoric acid

(C) Pyrophosphoric acid < Hypophosphorus acid < Orthophosphoric acid

(D) Pyrophosphoric acid < Orthophosphoric acid < Hypophosphorus acid

Option – B

Q 5.: Which among the following group-16 elements exists in more than two allotropic states ?

 (A) Polonium

(B) Tellurium

(C) Selenium

(D) Oxygen

Option – C

Q 6.: The mixture of concentrated HCl and HNO3 made in 3 : 1 ratio contains ;

(A) NOCl 

(B) NCl3

(C) ClO2

(D) N2O4

Option – A

Q 7.: A hydride of nitrogen which is acidic ;

(A) NH3   

(B) N2H2   

(C) N2H4 

(D) N3H

Option – D

Q 8.: When conc. H2SO4 is heated with P2O5, the acid is converted to :

(A) Sulphur dioxide

(B) Sulphur trioxide

(C) Sulphur

(D) Mixture of Sulphur dioxide and Sulphur trioxide

Option – B

Q 9.: Aqueous solutions of hydrogen sulphide and sulphur dioxide when mixed together, yield ;

(A) Sulphur trioxide and water

(B) Hydrogen and sulphurous acid

(C) Sulphur and water

(D) Hydrogen peroxide and sulphur

Option – C

Q 10.: Which of the following statements is not valid for oxoacids of phosphorus ?

(A) Orthophosphoric acid is used in the manufacture of triple super phosphate

(B) Hypophosphorous acid is a diprotic acid

(C) All oxoacids contain tetrahedral four coordinated phosphorus

(D) All oxoacids contain at least one P=O unit and one P—OH bond oh age group

Option – B

Q 11.: Ammonia, on reaction with excess of chlorine, gives

(A) N4 and NH4Cl

(B) NCl3 and NH4Cl

(C) N2 and HCl

(D) NCl3 and HCl

Option – D

Q 12.: Which one of the following compound is a peroxide ?

(A) NO2 

(B) KO2 

(C) MnO2 

(D) BaO2 

Option – D

Q 13.: In pyrophosphoric acid the number of hydroxyl groups are ;

(A) Four

(B) Three

(C) Two

(D) One

Option – A

Q 14.: The oxidation number of phosphorous in cyclotrimetaphosphoric acid is ____

(A) +3

(B) +5 

(C) −3

(D) +2

Option – B

Q 15.: Which is not the correct statement ?

(A) The S8 ring is not planar

(B) Oxygen is more electronegative than sulphur 

(C) SF4 exists but OF4 does not exist

(D) SO3 and SO32- both have trigonal planar geometry

Option – D

Q 16.: If the supply of oxygen is limited, H2S reacts with O2 to form ________

(A) H2O + S   

(B) H2O + SO3   

(C) H2O + SO2 

(D) H2SO4 + S

Option – A

Q 17.: Bromine water reacts with SO2 to form

(A) HBr and S   

(B) H2O and HBr     

(C) H2SO4 and HBr

(D) S and H2

Option – C

Q 18.: The number of P—O bonds in P4O10 is

(A) 8

(B) 12 

(C) 16

(D) 18

Option – C

Q 19.: Sulphuric acid reacts with PCl5 to give

(A)  Thionyl chloride

(B) Sulphuryl chloride 

(C) Sulphur monochloride

(D) Sulphur tetrachloride 

Option – B

Q 20.: P4O10 is the anhydride of _____

(A) H3PO2

(B) H3PO3

(C) H4P2O7

(D) H3PO4

Option – D

Q 21.: Ozone can be tested by

(A) Ag 

(B) Hg 

(C) Zn 

(D) Au 

Option – B

Q 22.: Caro’s acid is _________

(A) H2S2O3  

(B) H2SO5    

(C) H2S2O8   

(D) H2SO3

Option – B

Q 23.: Which of the following statements regarding ozone is not correct ?

(A) The ozone molecule is angular in shape

(B) The ozone is a resonance hybrid of two structures

(C) The oxygen-oxygen bond length in ozone is identical with that of molecular oxygen

(D) Ozone is used as germicide and disinfectant for the purification of air. 

Option – C

Q 24.: Gaseous product obtained on thermal decomposition of (NH4)2Cr2O7 is

(A) N2

(B) NH3

(C) O2

(D) NO

Option – A

Q 25.: For H3PO3, the correct choice is

(A) Dibasic and Reducing

(B) Dibasic and non-reducing

(C) Tribasic and Reducing 

(D) Tribasic and non-reducing

Option – A

Q 26.: Phosphorus pentoxide is widely used as

(A) Bleaching agent 

(B) Oxidising agent

(C)  Reducing agent 

(D) Dehydrating agent

Option – D

Q 27.: Which of the following is not correct ? White phosphorus (P4) has

(A) Four lone pair of electrons

(B) PPP angle is 60°

(C) Four P—P single bond 

(D) Six P—P single bond 

Option – C

Q 28.: KMnO4 is a strong oxidising agent in acidic medium. To provide acidic medium H2SO4 is used instead of HCl. This is because ;

(A) H2SO4 is a stronger acid than HCl 

(B) HCl is oxidised by KMnO4 to Cl2

(C) H2SO4 is a dibasic acid 

(D) Only H2SO4 is completely ionised

Option – B

Q 29.: Bleaching action of SO3 is due to its _____

(A) Oxidising property

(B) Acidic property

(C) Basic property

(D) Reducing property

Option – D

Q 30.: Thermodynamically, most stable form of phosphorous is _____

(A) Red P

(B) White P

(C) Black P

(D) Yellow P

Option – C

Q 31.: Which of the following salt would give SO2 with hot and dilute H2SO4 and also decolourises Br2 water ?

(A) Na2SO3  

(B) NaHSO4  

(C) Na2SO4  

(D) Na2S

Option – A

Q 32.: Of the following compounds, the most acidic is ;

(A) As2O3

(B) Bi2O3

(C) Sb2O3

(D) P2O5

Option – D

Q 33.: Carbogen is a mixture of ________

(A) CO2 + N2    

(B) CO + O2    

(C) CO2 + O2    

(D) CO + O2 + N2

Option – C

Q 34.: CaCN2 + C is called as :

(A) Nitrolim 

(B) Thomas slag 

(C) Seyferth-Gilbert reagent

(D) Koser’s reagent

Option – A

Q 35.: A colourless gas with the smell of rotten fish is ______

(A) NH3 

(B) PH3 

(C) SO2

(D) H2S

Option – B

Q 36.: Which of the following has the highest proton affinity ?

(A) Arsine (AsH3)

(B) Stibine (SbH3)

(C) Phosphine (PH3)

(D) Ammonia (NH3)

Option – D

Q 37.: Which phosphorous react with KOH solution to produce phosphene gas ?

(A) White P

(B) Red P

(C) Black P

(D) Both ‘A’ and ‘C’

Option – A

Q 38.: Which of the following oxide of nitrogen is most thermally stable ?

(A) N2O5

(B) N2O

(C) NO

(D) N2O3

Option – C

Q 39.: The molecular formula of dithionic acid is _______

(A) H2S2O4    

(B) H2S2O6    

(C) H2S2O5  

(D) H2S2O7   

Option – B

Q 40.: When PbO2 reacts with concentrated HNO3, the gas evolved is :

(A) NO2

(B) O2

(C) N2

(D) N2O

Option – B

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