Chapter 4 – Structure of Molecules

Chapter 4 – Structure of Molecules

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–(Exercise: MCQ’s+Short Q+Long Q)–[Open]


 

–(Extra: MCQ’s)–[Open]


PAST PAPERS SHORT QUESTIONS

LAHORE & GUJRANWALA BOARD

  1. Explain double covalent bond with the help of an example. LHR 2014
  2. How do atoms follow octet rule?                                     LHR 2014
  3. Explain polar covalent bond with an example. LHR 2014
  4. Why noble gases are not reactive? LHR 2014
  5. Why does sodium make ionic bond with chlorine? LHR 2014
  6. Define polar covalent bond and give and example. LHR 2014
  7. Which type of covalent bond is formed in N2 gas? LHR 2014
  8. Define non-polar covalent bond and give an example. GRW 2014
  9. Why HF is a weak acid?               GRW 2014
  10. What is meant by triple covalent bond? Explain it with an example. GRW 2014
  11. Why chlorine can accept only 1 electron? GRW 2014
  12. Explain non-polar covalent bond with an example. GRW 2014
  13. What is meant by Lone Pair and Bond Pair of electron in molecule? LHR 2015
  14. Why a Covalent bond becomes polar? LHR 2015
  15. Write two properties of covalent compounds. LHR 2016
  16. Ionic compounds are solid. Explain. LHR 2016
  17. Define non-polar covalent bond and give one example. LHR 2016
  18. Define hydrogen bonding and give one example. LHR 2016
  19. Briefly describe the ionic bond. LHR 2016
  20. Differentiate between polar and non-polar convalent bond. LHR 2016
  21. Why does ice float on water? LHR 2016
  22. Write two properties of covalent compounds. LHR 2016
  23. Why are noble gases non-reactive? GRW 2016
  24. Define metallic bond. GRW 2016
  25. Write down any two properties of metals. GRW 2016
  26. Why does ice float on water? GRW 2016
  27. Which type of covalent bond is formed in nitrogen gas? GRW 2016
  28. Define metallic bond. GRW 2016
  29. Define double covalent bond and triple covalent bond. GRW 2016
  30. Dedifferentiate between “lone pair” and “bond pair” of electrons. GRW 2016

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