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IIT JEE 2006 Paper : CHEMISTRY Section V - Matching Questions

Each question contains 4 entries in Column I namely A, B, C and D which are to be matched with all the correct entries in Column II namely p, q, r and s. One entry in Column I may match with one or more than one entry in Column II. You will be awarded 6 marks if all the 4 entries in column I have been correctly and completely matched. You will be awarded 0 marks in all other cases.
For example, if the correct matching is :     (A) to (q),   (B) to (p) (s),   (C) to (r),   (D) to (p) (r) (s)  
then simply type in the input box :               q,ps,r,prs
Your input should not contain any blank spaces; the matching entries for (A),(B),(C) and (D) should be lower case letters in alphabetical order separated only by commas.

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Let Vn, Kn and En respectively represent potential energy, kinetic energy and total energy of an electron in the n th Bohr orbit (radius = rn) of a hydrogen like species (atomic no. = Z). Match the entries in the Column I with those in Column II.

Column IColumn II
(A) Vn / Kn   =(p)  2
(B) rn ∝ (En) x. Then x = (q) −1
(C) Vn / En   =(r) −2
(D) (1 / rn) ∝ Z y. Then y =(s)  1


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