MCQ on Coordination Compounds

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Which of the following ligands is INCORRECTLY matched?

(A) Hydroxylamine: Neutral molecule

(B) Hydrazinium: Neutral molecule

(C) Nitrate: Negative ion

(D) Carbonate: Negative ion

Option b – Hydrazinium: Neutral molecule

The CORRECT order of ligands according to their decreasing field strength is ………

(A) CN > EDTA > HO > OH > CH

(B) CN >H2O > EDTA > OH > CF

(C) H2O >CN > OH > EDTA > CI

(D) CN > EDTA > OH > H₂O > CF

Option a – CN > EDTA > HO > OH > CH

Which of the following is CORRECT regarding Werner’s theory of coordination compounds?

(A) The outer sphere corresponds to the coordination sphere.

(B) Primary valences are non-rigid and non-directional.

(C) The groups present in the coordination sphere are loosely bound to the metal ion.

(D) The secondary valence corresponds to the oxidation state of the metal ion.

Option b – Primary valences are non-rigid and non-directional.

The spin-only magnetic moment of an octahedral homoleptic Mn(III) complex is 4.90 B.M. The suitable ligand for this complex is ……..

(A) en

(B) CN

(C) CO

(D) CI

Option d – Cl

The two isomers X and Y with the formula Cr(H₂O)5CIBr2 were taken for an experiment on depression in the freezing point. It was found that one mole of X gave depression corresponding to 2 moles of particles and one mole of Y gave depression due to 3 moles of particles. The structural formulae of X and Y respectively are ……..

(A) [Cr(H₂O)5CI]Br2, [Cr(H₂O)3CIBr₂].2H₂O

(B) [Cr(H₂O)5Br]BrCI.[Cr(H₂O)4 CIBr]Br.H₂O

(C) [Cr(H₂O)5Cl]Br2, [Cr(H₂O)4CIBr]Br.H₂O

(D) [Cr(H₂O)4Br₂]CI.H₂O, [Cr(H₂O)5CI]Br2

Option d – [Cr(H₂O)4Br₂]CI.H₂O, [Cr(H₂O)5CI]Br2

The energy difference between t2g and eg level in a tetrahedral crystal field is ………

(A) 4Dq

(B) 6Dq

(C) 10Dq

(D) 12Dq

Option c – 10Dq

Triethylenetetramine is an example of ………. ligand.

(A) monodentate

(B) bidentate

(C) tridentate

(D) tetradentate

Option d – tetradentate

Tollens’ reagent contains a silver-ammonia complex. The oxidation number and coordination number of silver in Tollens’ reagent respectively are ……….

(A) +1, 1

(B) +2, 1

(C) +2, 2

(D) +1,2

Option d – +1,2

Which of the following is a coordination compound of iron?

(A) Chlorophyll

(B) Wilkinson catalyst

(C) cis-Platin

(D) Haemoglobin

Option d – Haemoglobin

In the SCN ligand, if S is attached to a central metal atom, the name of the ligand is ………

(A) thiocyanato-N

(B) cyanato-N

(C) thiocyanato-S

(D) cyanato-S

Option c – thiocyanato-S

When 0.01 mole of a cobalt complex (P) is treated with excess silver nitrate solution, 4.305 g silver chloride is precipitated. The formula of the complex (P) is Atomic mass: Cl = 35.5, Co= 58.9, Ag = 108

(A) Co(NH3)3Cl3

(B) [Co(NH3)5CI]Cl₂

(C) [Co(NH3)6]Cl3

(D) [Co(NH3)4Cl2]NO3

Option c – [Co(NH3)6]Cl3

How many moles of ions are produced from one mole of potassium ferrocyanide in solution? Assume complete ionization

(A) 4 mol

(B) 5 mol

(C) 10 mol

(D) 11 mol

Option b – 5 mol

Mn2(CO)10 is ………

(A) mononuclear

(B) dinuclear

(C) trinuclear

(D) tetranuclear

Option b – dinuclear

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