Bsc 2nd Year Inorganic Chemistry Imp Questions 2024

Today in this post Bsc 2nd year inorganic chemistry important questions are given for 2024. 

These questions have been given as common questions. 

These questions have been asked many times in the question papers of previous exams. 

Due to frequently asked questions and being hot questions for the exam, these have been adjusted in this practice set. 

You should use these questions keeping the upcoming exam in mind. 

It is not that these same questions will be asked in the examination. 

These can also be asked by twisting them. 

Therefore, it would be better if you study your textbook thoroughly first. 

After that, match the syllabus issued by your university with these questions and make sure whether they are relevant to you or not. 


In making this practice set, many BSC 2nd year chemistry question papers have been used as the basis and an attempt has been made to cover all the inorganic chemistry topics in it. 

Therefore take these questions seriously.

These will help you score good marks in the inorganic section of chemistry second year. 

The more you practice, the more your confidence level will increase. 

When you get the question paper in the examination hall, first of all, read the instructions given on the first page. 

Try to write the answers in as many words as you have been asked to. 

With this, you will be able to give equal time to all the questions. 

Let us make excellent notes for ourselves by solving the questions given on inorganic chemistry important topics.


Important Questions For BSc 2nd Year Chemistry (Inorganic)

  • Explain the meaning of coordinate number
  • Write the definition of stereochemistry
  • What is the stereoscopic effect?
  • What is standard electrode potential and how is it created
  • What is a reference electrode?
  • What is an electro-chemical series and explain its applications, uses
  • What is Warner's principle?
  • What do you understand by ionic radius?
  • How to find ionic radius?
  • What is the correct order of ionic radius?
  • Which has the largest ionic radius?
  • Define oxidation state, ionization potential, and complex compound
  • What is magnetic property? and how many types are there
  • What are coordination compounds and state the valence bond theory
  • Explain the electronic structure and state what will be the electron dot structure of methane?
  • How to get out of Electronic Configuration?
  • How do electrons form dot structures?
  • What is the electronic orientation of Na+?
  • Write the electronic structure of CH_(4) and CO_(2)
  • Explain ion exchange methods
  • What are Arrhenius's Concept and Brownstone-Lowery's Concept
  • Explain the concept of Lux flood and Lewis acid and base
  • Write short notes on the following properties of 1st series of transition elements - (a) Catalytic Property (b) Stability of oxidation states 
  • Explain the second and third series of transition elements - (a) Spectral Properties (b) Magnetic Behaviour
  • Describe in brief - (a) Werner's coordination theory (b) Geometrical isomers (c) Chelates (b) Back Bonding (c) Cobalt (||) complex are easily oxidized to cobalt (|||) complex (on the basis of V.B.T).
  • (a) Write the name of three transuranic elements (b) Give examples of oxocations of U, Np, and Pu. (c) Super-heavy elements
  • What are pourbaix diagrams and what is their utility? Explain with an example.
  • Explain the following - (a) the Ellighan diagram useful in the extraction of metal from its oxide (b) the Frost diagram (c) the Latimer diagram.

B.sc Second Year Inorganic Chemistry Questions PDF Download


Questions related to the exam have been given in this post. 

You can use the notes given here to answer these questions. 

In these notes, an attempt has been made to answer the questions given above as per the topic. 

By using these notes for the upcoming exam, you can know the answers to many questions. 

You can download these notes and give them to your friends or share them.


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FAQ

Question - What are the passing marks in B.Sc chemistry?

Answer - Passing marks may vary from university to university. Like - Fergusson College, Pune - [ Paper I: Semester I & II: Physical and Inorganic Chemistry (Internal 20 + External 80 = 100 Marks) (Annual), Paper II: Semester I & II: Organic and Inorganic Chemistry (Internal 20 + External 80 = 100 Marks) (Annual), Paper III: Semester I & II: Practical 100 Marks (Internal 20 + External 80 = 100 Marks) (Annual) - Passing Marks 40% in each course.

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