Azeem 10 Boards Solved Past Papers Fsc Chemistry 2nd Year

Azeem 10 Boards solved past papers of 12th Chemistry. These model papers are according to alp smart syllabus 2020-23. Azeem Academy Fsc part 2 Chemistry solved past papers MCQs.

Azeem 10 Boards Solved Past Papers:

2nd Year chemistry chapter wise MCQs with answer keys. All Multiple choice questions are according to accelerated learning program alp smart syllabus 2023.

Here is a table of content azeem 10 Boards solved past papers of 2nd year chemistry.

  • Solve Past Papers (All Punjab Board)
  • Periodic Classification of Elements and Periodicity
  • S-Block Elements’
  • Group III a and Group IV a elements
  • Group VA and Group VI a elements
  • The halogens and the noble gases
  • Transition elements   
  • Fundamental principles of organic chemistry
  • Aliphatic hydrocarbons         
  • Aromatic Hydrocarbons        
  • Alkyl Halides
  • Alcohols, phenols, and Ethers’
  • Aldehydes and Ketones
  • Carboxylic Acids
  • Macromolecules
  • Common Chemical Industries in Pakistan
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Entry Test MCQs

Azeem 2nd Year Chemistry Sample MCQs:

Which is the longest period of periodic table? (RWP-2016)
a) 4
b) 5
c) 6
d) 7

Which of the element gives acidic oxide? (RWP-2016)
a) N
b) As
c) Sb
d) Bi

Which statement is incorrect? (SGD-13), (FSD-18), (BWP-1-18), (DGK-16)
a) All metals are good conductors of Electricity
b) All metals form acidic oxides
c) All metals form positive ions
d) None

Which of the following elements has lowest ionization energy?
a) C
b) Be
c) B
d) o

Transition elements in 4. period are: (DGK-2011)
a) 18
b) 10
c) 8
d) 6.

Hydrogen can be placed at the top of VII A group in periodic table because:
a) It is electropositive
b) It can lose electron
c) It accepts an electron
d) It forms acidic oxides

The basis of modern periodic table is: (DGK-2014)
a) Electron affinity
b) Atomic mass
c) Ionization potential
d) Atomic number

Mark the correct statement. (GRW-14), (MTN-14),(LHR-15, 16),
(SAH-2017), (DGK-18, 19).
a) Na’ is smaller than the Na atom
b) Na* is larger than N an atom
c) CI. is smaller than Cl atom
d) CI” and CI are equal

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