# JEE Main & Advanced Chemistry Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Question Bank

### done Electron Affinity

• A) Atomic size

B) Nuclear charge

C) Atomic number

D) Atomic size and nuclear charge both

• A) $N<O<Cl<Al$

B) $O<N<Al<Cl$

C) $Al<N<O<Cl$

D) $Cl<N<O<Al$

• A) $O>C>N>B$

B) $B>N>C>O$

C) $O>C>B>N$

D) $O>B>C>N$

• A) N

B) Be

C) B

D) Cl

• A) Zero

B) High

C) Negative

D) Positive

• A) Weaker electron-electron repulsion in $Cl$

B) Higher atomic radius of $F$

C) Smaller electronegativity of $F$

D) More vacant P - subshell in $Cl$

• A) The ionisation potential of nitrogen is greater than that of oxygen

B) The electron affinity of fluorine is greater than that of chlorine

C) The ionisation potential of beryllium is greater than that of boron

D) The electronegativity of fluorine is greater than that of chlorine

• A) Energy absorbed when an electron is added to an isolated atom in the gaseous state

B) Energy released when an electron is added to an isolated atom in the gaseous state

C) Energy required to take out an electron from an isolated gaseous atom

D) Power of an atom to attract an electron to itself

• A) $F<Cl>Br>I$

B) $F<Cl<Br<I$

C) $F>Cl>Br>I$

D) $F<Cl>Br<I$

• A) Na

B) S

C) Mg

D) Al

• A) Oxygen

B) Carbon

C) Nitrogen

D) Boron

• A) Smaller radius of fluorine, high density

B) Smaller radius of chlorine, high density

C) Bigger radius of fluorine, less density

D) Smaller radius of chlorine, less density

• A) $Br>F$

B) $F>Cl$

C) $Br<Cl$

D) $F>I$

• A) Low electron affinity, high ionisation energy

B) High electron affinity, low ionisation energy

C) Low electron affinity, low ionisation energy

D) High electron affinity, high ionisation energy

• A) Very high

B) Very low

C) Nearly same

D) Exactly same

• A) Carbon is greater than oxygen

B) Sulphur is less than oxygen

C) Iodine is greater than bromine

D) Bromine is less than chlorine

• A) Electron capacity

B) Electron affinity

C) Ionisation potential

D) Electronegativity

• A) $F$

B) $O$

C) ${{O}^{-}}$

D) $N{{a}^{+}}$

• A) ${{F}_{2}},\,C{{l}_{2}}$ and $B{{r}_{2}}$

B) $C{{l}_{2}},\,{{F}_{2}}$ and $B{{r}_{2}}$

C) $C{{l}_{2}},\,B{{r}_{2}}$ and ${{F}_{2}}$

D) $B{{r}_{2}},\,C{{l}_{2}}$ and ${{F}_{2}}$

• A) Electron affinity decreases along a period

B) Electron affinity generally increases along a period

C) Nitrogen atom has half filled p-orbital

D) Nitrogen is a p-block element

• A) Nitrogen

B) Carbon

C) Oxygen

D) Sulphur

• A) F

B) Cl

C) Br

D) I

• A) Hydration enthalpy

B) Ionization enthalpy

C) Electron affinity

D) Bond dissociation energy

• A) Nuclear charge and electron affinity

B) Ionisation energy and electron affinity

C) Atomic radius and electron affinity

D) None of these

• A) Electron affinity

B) Ionization potential

C) Electronegativity

D) Size of atom

• A) $F<Cl>Br>I$

B) $F>Cl>Br>I$

C) $F<Cl<Br<I$

D) $F>Cl<Br>I$

• A) $O<S<F<Cl$

B) $Cl<F<S<O$

C) $S<O<Cl<F$

D) $F<Cl<O<S$