CBSE Class 11 Chemistry The S Block Elements Worksheet Set B

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J.E.E./A.I.P.M.T.Foundation - XI Chemistry Worksheet

Time: 30 min Ch#10: The s-Block Elements-01

Full Marks: 20


1. All questions are compulsory.

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

Q1 - What is the general electronic configuration of the outermost shell of alkali metals? (1 Mark)

Q2 - What are the main sources of lithium? (1 Mark)

Q3 - Which alkaline earth metal forms covalent compound? (1 Mark)

Q4 - Alkali metals and their salts give characteristic colour of the flame. Explain? (2 Marks)

Q5 - A piece of burning magnesium ribbon continues to burn in SO2.why? (2 Marks)

Q6 - Beryllium and Magnesium do not give colour to the flame why? (2 Marks)

Q7 - When an alkali metal dissolves in liquid ammonia, the solution acquires different colours. Explain? (3 Marks)

Q8 - Comment on the following:

i) KO2 is paramagnetic.

ii) BeO is insoluble but BeSO4 is soluble in water.

iii) Lithium is the only alkali metal which forms nitride directly. (3 Marks)

Q9 - Discuss the position of alkali metals in the periodic table. Also discuss the trends in some important atomic and physical properties in the group. (5 Marks)


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