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Physical Chemistry MCQs deal with The Orbital With N = 3 And A = 2 Is, The Maximum Number Of Electrons That Can Be Accommodated In F-Subshell Is, The Value Of Azimuthal Quantum Number For Last Electron Of N-Atom Is, The Number Of Unpaired Electrons In Chromium Atom (Z = 24) Is, The Sum Of All Quantum Numbers Of The Last Electron In Lithium Atom Is, The Subshell, Which Does Not Exist, Has The Quantum Numbers, Two Electrons Occupying The Same Orbital Have Different, Electron Affinity Is Expressed In, One Faraday Will Oxidize …… Mole(S) Of Cu To Cu2+ Ions, The Units Of Specific Conductance Are, The Units Of Equivalent Conductance Are, With Rise In Temperature The Conductance Of A Solution Of An Electrolyte Generally, One Faraday Is Equal To, When A Strong Acid Is Titrated Against A Strong Base The End Point Is The Point Of, For Strong Electrolytes-The Degree Of Dissociation Is, The Total Values Of Magnetic Quantum Number For A Given Value Of Azimuthal Quantum Number Is, The Principal Quantum Number Is Related To The, The Px-Py And Pz Orbitals Are Called Degenerate Orbitals As They Have,  An Orbital Is The Space Around The Nucleus Where The Probability Of Finding Electron Is:

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The orbital with n = 3 and A = 2 is?

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The maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated in f-subshell is?

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The value of azimuthal quantum number for last electron of N-atom is?

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The number of unpaired electrons in chromium atom (Z = 24) is?

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The sum of all quantum numbers of the last electron in lithium atom is?

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The subshell, which does not exist, has the quantum numbers?

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Two electrons occupying the same orbital have different .......?

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Electron affinity is expressed in?

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One faraday will oxidize ...... mole(s) of Cu to Cu2+ ions?

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The units of specific conductance are?

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The units of equivalent conductance are?

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With rise in temperature the conductance of a solution of an electrolyte generally?

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One Faraday is equal to?

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When a strong acid is titrated against a strong base the end point is the point of?

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For strong electrolytes, the degree of dissociation is?

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The total values of magnetic quantum number for a given value of azimuthal quantum number is?

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The Principal quantum number is related to the?

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The px, py and pz orbitals are called degenerate orbitals as they have?

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An orbital is the space around the nucleus where the probability of finding electron is?

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Which of the following postulates of Debye-Huckel theory is/are true?

A. the strong electrolyte is completely ionised at all dilutions
B. the oppositely charged ions are completely distributed in the solution but the cations tend to be found in the vicinity of anions and vice-versa
C. decrease in equivalent conductance with increase in concentration is due to fall in mobilities of ions due to inter-ionic effect
D. all of the above
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D. all of the above

One Faraday is equal to

A. 96.500 coulombs
B. 9650 coulombs
C. 965.00 coulombs
D. 96500 coulombs
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D. 96500 coulombs

The conductivity of an electrolyte is due to the

A. presence of ions in the electrolyte
B. free movement of ions in the solution
C. reunion of ions in the solution
D. release of heat energy due to ionisation
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B. free movement of ions in the solution