CBSE Class 11 Chemistry Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure Worksheet Set E

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Ch#4 : Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure -04 Full Marks: 20

Instructions:

1. All questions are compulsory.

2. Please give the explanation for the answer where applicable.

Q1 - Write the differences between sigma and pi bonds. (3 Marks)

Q2 - What is dipole moment? What is its unit? What is its significance? (3 Marks)

Q3 - Draw the structure of following molecules and arrange them in decreasing order of bond angles. H2O,NH3,CH4,CO2. (5 Marks)

Q4 - Calculate the Bond order of H2 molecule. (2 Marks)

Q5 - Write the shapes of CH4 and CO2. (1 Mark)

Q6 - What is the structure of Sulphur tetrafluride? (1 Mark)

Q7 - Write the type of hybrid orbitals associated with B in BF3 and P in PCl5 (1 Mark)

Q8 - Why free rotation about a sigma bond is not possible? (1 Mark)

Q9 - Which is more stable O2 or N2 and. Why? (1 Mark)

Q10 - Why FeCl3 has greater covalent character than FeCl2? (1 Mark)

Q11 - Why ethyl alcohol is completely soluble in water? (1 Mark)

 

 

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