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Appendix B

Mock Test 1

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Paper 1
Section A: Single Option Correct Type Questions

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1. In a certain polluted atmosphere containing O3 at a steady concentration of 2.0 108 mol/L, the hourly production
of O3 by all sources was estimated as 7.2 1015 mol/L. The rate constant for the destruction reaction, 2O3 3O2 is

(a) 1.3 103 L/mol/s
(b) 5 103 L/mol/s
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(c) 1.9 10 L/mol/s
(d) 3.6 1015 L/mol/s
2. A solution of 0.4 mole of KI (100% dissociated) in 1000 g water freezes at T1C. Now to this solution, 0.2 mole
HgI2 is added and the resulting solution freezes at T2C. Which of the following is correct?

(a) T1 = T2
(b) T1 < T2
(c) T1 > T2
(d) Cannot be predicted
3. Which of the pair of orbitals have electronic density along the axis?

(a) dxy, dxz
(b) dx2 y2, dz2
(c) dxz, dyz
(d) dxy, dz2
4. There is a mixture of Cu(II) chloride and F(II) sulphate. The best way to separate the metal ions from this mixture
in qualitative analysis is by treating it with

(a) hydrogen sulphide in mild acidic medium, where only Cu(II) sulphide will be precipitated.

(b) ammonium hydroxide buffer, where only Fe(II) hydroxide will be precipitated.

(c) hydrogen sulphide in mild acidic medium, where only Fe(II) sulphide will be precipitated.

(d) ammonium hydroxide buffer, where only Cu(II) hydroxide will be precipitated.
5. The anhydride of nitric acid is

(a) Nitric oxide
(b) Nitrous oxide
(c) Dinitrogen trioxide (d) Dinitorgen pentoxide
Product

(+) R form

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() S form

(b)

O
Optically inactive

(c)


() R form

(d) O
(+) S form

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7. In aqueous solution, molecules remain in equilibrium with open chain structure:


O
OCH3

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CH3O

CH3O

The open chain structure is:
CHO
H
OH
H
H
CH3O
CH3O
H
OCH3 (b)
H

(a)
H
OCH3
H
CH2OCH3

OH
OCH3
CHO
OCH3
H
OCH3
OH
CH2OCH3

H
CH3O
H
(c)
H

CH2OH
OCH3
H
H
CH3O
OCH3 (d)
H
OCH3
H
CH2OH

CH2OCH3
OCH3
H
OCH3
OH
CHO

8. Tryptophan [-COOH; pK
+

= 2.4] does not migrate towards any pole, when it is placed in electrified solution of pH

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(a) 2.4
(b) 5.9

(c) 9.4
(d) 3.5
9. At 20C and 1.00 atm partial pressure of hydrogen, 18 mL of hydrogen measured at STP, dissolves in 1 L of water. If
water at 20C is exposed to a gaseous mixture having a total pressure of 1400 torr (excluding the vapour pressure of
water) and containing 68.5% H2 by volume, what volume of H2, measured at STP, will dissolve in 1 L of water?

(a) 18 mL
(b) 12 mL

(c) 23 mL
(d) 121 mL

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A and B are, respectively,


(a) A = conc. H2SO4, 140C, B = conc. H2SO4, 120C
(b) A = conc. H2SO4, 140C, B = Al2O3, pyridine, 350C
(c) A = Al2O3, pyridine, 350C, B = conc. H2SO4, 140C
(d) A = Al2O3, pyridine, 350C, B = Al2O3, 350

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10. CH3 CH CH == CH CH3
CH3 CH CH 2 CH CH3 A
CH3 C == CH CH 2 CH3
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Section B: More Than One Correct Option

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If 0.53 is Bohrs radius for the first orbit. It suggests in the light of the wave mechanical model that
(a) The product of Y2 and 4r 2dr remains constant till it reaches at the distance of 0.53 .
(b) Only Y2 goes on increasing, 4r 2dr remains constant till it reaches at the distance of 0.53 .
(c) Y2 goes on increasing, 4r 2dr goes on decreasing till it reaches at the distance of 0.53 .
(d) Only 4 2dr goes on increasing, Y2 remains constant till it reaches at the distance of 0.53 .

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12. M (alkali metal solution ) + (x + y ) NH3 [M (NH3 ) x ]+ + [e (NH3 ) y ]-

Ammoniated electron

Mark out the correct statement/s about the solution.


(a) Solution has high electrical conductivity due to ammoniated electron.
(b) Solution imparts blue colour due to greater polarization of metal ion.
(c) Solution is quite stable, which is considered as a dilute metal.
(d) On the addition of substance like iron oxide, solution decomposes and releases H2 gas.
The rate of reaction is greatly influenced by change in solvent and its polarikty. Which of the following combination/s
(SN2 reaction reactantseffect on rate) is/are correct, when solvent polarity is increased?

L = leaving group, Nu = nucleophile

(a) R L + Nu small decrease in rate
(b) R L + Nu large decrease in rate

(c) R L+ + Nu large decrease in rate
(b) R L+ + Nu small decrease in rate

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Ammoniated
metal cation

H + + H 2 PO -4 ; K a1

H 2 PO 4

H + + HPO 24-; K a2

HPO 24-

H + + PO34-; K a3

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(b) pH (H 2 PO -4 ) =

(a) Ka1 > Ka2 > Ka3

(c)

HPO42

is more acidic than

H2PO4.

Section C: Integer Type Questions

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(a) Conformation I and II both are equivalent in stability.
(b) Conformation stability: II > I
(c) Conformation II possesses pitzer strain.
(d) Conformation I possesses trans-annular strain.

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HPO42

pK a1 + pK a2
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NaOH
16. In the reaction, HOCH2CHO dil.

how many distinct products (saturated) are possible?


17. How many dichloro products (including stereoisomers) will be formed when R-2-chloropentane reacts with Cl2 in
presence of UV radiation?
18. Vant Hoff factor, i for 100% ionized K2HgI4 solution in water is

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15 B.M. Find out the number of unpaired electrons in it.

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20. The number of moles of NaNH2 required to convert CH3 CH CH 2 to CH3 C C H in liquid NH3 are.

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1. Which of the following will give a yellow precipitate with iodine and alkali?

(a) 2-hydroxy butane
(b) C6H5 CO CH2 CH3
O

(c) C6H5 CH2 CO CH3

2. Which of the following molecules has an OO bond?



(a) H2S2O8

(c) H2SO5
3. 1 mole of Ba(OH)2 will exactly neutralize

(a) 0.5 mole HCl

(c) 1 mole of H3PO3

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(d) C6 H5 NH C CH3
(b) H2S2O7
(d) H2S2O6
(b) 1 mole of H2SO4
(d) 2 mole of H3PO2

4. Which one is/are correct among the followings?


Given, the half cell emfs

+1

ECu
= 0.337, ECu
= 0.521
+2
+1
|Cu
|Cu

RT
[Cl- ]
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F
K sp

(d) ECl
= EAg
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|AgCl|Ag
|Ag

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(a) Cu disproportionates

(b) Cu and Cu2+ comproportionates (reverse of dislproportionation into Cu+).


(c) ECu|Cu +2 + ECu +1 |Cu is positive

(d) All of these
5. Phenol and benzoic acid may be distinguished by their reaction with

(a) Aqueous NaOH
(b) Aqueous NaHCO3
(c) Neutral FeCl3
(d) Aqueous NH3.
6. [Co(NH3)5NO2]SO4 shows

(a) Ionisation isomerism
(b) Coordination isomerism

(c) Linkage isomerism
(d) Position isomerism
7. The standard electrode potential of a metalmetal ion (Ag|Ag+) and metal-sparingly soluble salt anion (Ag|AgCl|Cl)
are related as
RT
RT


(a) EAg
= ECl
+
In K sp
(b) ECl
= EAg
+
In K sp
+
+
|Ag
|AgCl|Ag
|AgCl|Ag
|Ag
F
F
K sp
RT
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[Cl- ]

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(a) CH3 C CH 2 I

(b) CH3 CH CH3


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8. Which of the following compounds will give haloform test?

(d) CH3CH2Br

Section B: Comprehension-Based Questions

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Comprehension I
A and B are two ores of copper.
A undergoes calcinations on to form solid, CO2(g) and H2O B undergo roasting to form solid and gas C which turns acidified orange K2Cr2O7 to green solution.
B also reacts with dil. HCl to form solid and gas D which turns lead acetate solution black and also reacts with C to form
colloidal in the presence of moisture.
Choose the correct answer.
9. The copper ores and B are, respectively,

(a) Carbonate and hydroxide
(b) Carbonate and oxide

(c) Carbonate and sulphide
(d) Sulphide and carboante
10. The gas (C) acts as

(a) Oxidising agent
(b) Reducing agent
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Fluxing agent
Comprehension II
Titration is nothing but a process through which we determine the unknown strength of a solution by means of standard
solution, i.e., solution of known strength by using suitable indicators. During the titration, a stage of reaction comes where
the equivalents of externally added acid (or base) in the basic (or acidic) solution become equal and undergo complete
reaction and completely converts into salt, known as equivalence point of the reaction. During the course of the reaction or
titration, not only pH of the solution, but also the amount of externally added acid (base) is calculated at pre-equivalence
point, equivalence point and post-equivalence point.

[salt]
[acid]

For basic buffer, pH = pKa + log

[salt]
[base]

Hydrolysis of CH3COONa gives [OH - ] = hC = K h C

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where h is the degree of hydrolysis,


Kh is the hydrolysis constant and C is the concentration of salt in the solution.
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If CH3COOH is titrated with standard NaOH solution, then at different equivalence points, its pH can be calculated
by different ways.
At pre-equivalence point, i.e., 1/3rd, 1/4th, half equivalence point, its pH can be calculated by buffer solution. At equivalence points its pH is calculated by salt hydrolysis. At post-equivalence point, its pH is calculated by remaining [OH].
Similarly, when a basic solution is titrated with standard acid solution, then three equivalence points, i.e., pre-equivalence
point, equivalence point and post-equivalence point are achieved. pH at different equivalence points is determined.

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Two chemistry (Hons.) students perform two different sets of experiments I and II as under :
Experiment I: One students takes 100 ml (M/10) CH3COOH (pH = 3) into a conical flask and he titrates it with M/40
NaOH solution at different equivalence points. At half-equivalence point, he forms solution X and at equivalence point
he forms solution Y. In solution Y, he adds 400 ml of same NaOH solution and he dilutes it by adding 100 ml H2O to
convert into solution Z. All reactions of experiments I and II occur at 25C.
Experiment II: Another student takes a certain amount of weak base BOH in a conical flask. Then he titrates it by 10
ml of HCl taken in burette and he finds a solution A whose pH is 9. Now he adds 10 ml of HCl in solution A to convert
it into solution B as well. He finds that the pH of solution B changes by 1 unit. He prepares solution C at the equivalence
point.
11. What is the total volume of solution X?

(a) 200 ml
(b) 100 ml
(c) 300 ml
(d) 500 ml.
12. What is the pH of the solution X?

(a) 5
(b) 6.5
(c) 4.5
(d) 7.
Comprehension III: E2 reaction Elimination bimolecular
In the general mechanism of the E2 reaction, a strong base abstracts a proton on a carbon atom adjacent to the one of the
leaving group. As it abstracts a proton, a double bond forms and the leaving group leaves.

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13. Identify the rate of reaction of given compounds in E2 reaction.



(a) A > B > C > D
(b) A > C > B > D
(c) B > A > C > D
14. In given pairs, which compound is more reactive toward E2 reaction.

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(a) P , Q , R V, S VII
(b) P , Q , R VI, S VI

(c) P , Q , R V, S V
(d) P , Q I, R V, S V
Comprehension-IV
Tin and lead form divalent Sn(II) and lead (II) and tetravalent i.e., Tin (IV) and lead (IV) compounds. Tetravalent and
dioxides of lead and Tin are amphoteric in nature. Lead tetra fluorite is ionic solid where as PbCl4 is covalent. PbI4 does
not exist lead (II) halide are white where as PbI2 is yellow in colour
15. Reaction of SnO with NaOH gives

(a) Na2SnO2
(b) H2SnO2
(c) Na3SnO3
(d) SnO2
16. PbI4 does not exist due to

(a) Inert pair effect
(b) High reducing power of I


(c) High oxidizing power of I
(d) High electronegativity of I

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17. Match the following

Column II

The ratio of velocity of electron in 5th and 3rd exicted level for a H+ atom is

(a)

4
1

(q)

The ratio of wavelength of series limit of Balmer to Lyman series for a H-atom is

(b)

2
3

(r)

The ratio of wavelength of photon corresponding to -line of Lyman series and -line of
Paschen series for a H-atom is

(c)

1
4

(s)

The ratio of energy difference between 3rd and 1st orbit of H-atom and He+ ion is

(d)

3
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Column I

18. Match the following columns.


Column II

(a)

Benzoin condensation

(q)

(b)

Bayer-Villiger oxidation

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(d)

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S N1

(b)

S N2

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Column I
D

Column II

(p)

NaNO3

(a)

O2

(q)

Ag(NO3)2

(b)

NO2

(r)

Mg(NO3)2

(c)

SO2

(s)

FeSO4. 7H2O

(d)

SO3

Reformatsky reaction

Mock Test 2

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Section A: Single Option Correct Type Questions

(a)

(b)

(c)

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KOH
2. E-1-chloro-2-methyl cyclohexane alc.

Product
E


H O+

(b)
H , Ni

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3. A
Adiponitrile D
B
D
, pressure

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Predominant product is

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A + B D
Polymer
Polymer is:
(a) Polyacrylonitrile
(b) Nylon-6
(c) Nylon-66
(d) Buna-N
The formal charge on oxygen atom of ozone is
(a) Zero, for all the three atoms
(b) 0, +1, 1, respectively, on 1st, 2nd and 3rd O-atom
(c) 2, 1, 1, respectively, on 1st, 2nd and 3rd O-atom
(d) 2, +1, +1, respectively, on 1st, 2nd and 3rd O-atom
At 0C, the density of a gaseous oxide at 2 bar is same as that of nitrogen at 5 bar. The molecular mass of the oxide is
(a) 70
(b) 140
(c) 28
(d) 60
A hydrogen electrode is placed in a buffer solution of CH3COONa and CH3COOH in the ratio of x : y and y : x.
which has electrode potential E1 and E2 volts, respectively, at 298 K (E1 and E2 are reduction potentials). Mark out
the correct expression for pKa of CH3COOH.
E + E2
E - E1
E - E2
E + E2

(a) pK a = - 1

(b) pK a = 2

(c) pK a = 1

(d) pK a = 1
0.118
0.118
0.118
0.118
7. A pale yellow precipitate and a gas with pungent odour are formed on warming dilute hydrochloric acid with an
aqueous solution containing

(a) Sulphate ion
(b) Sulphide ion

(c) Thiosulphate ion
(d) Sulphite ion
8. Chloroplatinic acid is

(a) Monobasic
(b) Dibasic

(c) Tribasic
(d) Tetrabasic
9. Borax structure contains

(a) Two BO4 groups and two BO3 groups
(b) Four BO4 groups only

(c) Four BO3 groups only
(d) Three BO4 and one BO3 groups



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E-2-pentene I
A
10. B
In the reaction, A and B are diastereomers. Moreover A undergoes oxidative cleavage while B is comparatively
stable on treatment with HIO4. Which of the following set of reagents are true for I and II?

(a) I = HCO3H, II = KMnO4,

(b) I = alkaline H2O2, II = SeO2

(c) I = OsO4, pyridine; Na2SO3, H2O, II = PdCl2, H2O

1
O 2 ; H2O, II = OsO4, pyridine; Na2SO4, H2O
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11. Methanol, a liquid fuel, can be prepared from water gas and additional H2 at high temperature and pressure in the
presence of suitable catalyst
CH3OH(g), DH = - 92.2 kJ

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(a) If pressure of the system is increased, availability of CH3OH is increased.
(b) If the temperature is increased, availability of CH3OH is increased.
(c) Addition of extra amount of catalyst increases the availability of CH3OH.
(d) Increase in temperature increases DH.
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2H 2 (g) + CO(g)

A + C6 H5SO 2Cl OH

KOH

Clear solution H Substance is soluble in acidic medium


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Insoluble substance in H + /OH -

C + C6 H5SO 2Cl OH

Insoluble in base, but soluble in H + H Clear solution


A, B and C are amines, respectively

(a) 1, 2 and 3
(b) 1, 3 and 2

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(a) A and B both are same optically active retention products.
(b) A and B both are optically inactive.
(c) A is optically active product and B is optically inactive product.
(d) A is retention product and B is racemic mixture product.
Which of the following sequences of reagents is/are a good means to furnish the conversion?
RCH2OH RCH2NH2
(a) KMnO4; SOCl2; NH3; OBr
(b) PBr3; NaCN; H2/Ni
(c) Collins reagent; NH3, H2/Ni
(d) All of these
Which of the following half cell reaction is/are concerned to reference electrode?
(a) 2H2(g) + 4OH(aq) 4H2O(l) + 4e
(b) H2(g) 2H+(aq) + 2e

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(d) 1, 2 and aniline

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(c) 1, aniline, 2

(c) 2H2O(l) + 2e H2(g) + 2OH(aq)

(d)

1
Hg2Cl2(s) + e Hg(l) + Cl(aq)
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Section C: Integral Type Questions

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16. An intimate mixture of Fe2O3 and Al is used in solid fuel rocket. DH of Al2O3 and Fe2O3 are 399 kcal and 199 kcal,
respectively. Calculate the fuel value in kcal/g of mixture.
17. The temperature of 1 mole helium gas is increased by 1C. Find the increase in internal energy.
18. 3.150 g of oxalic acid [(COOH)2.xH2O] is dissolved in water and volume is made up to 500 mL. On titration,
28 mL of this solution required 35 mL of 0.08 N NaOH solution for complete neutralization. Find the value of x.
19. On acidic hydrolysis, CH3CH2NC will give a carboxylic acid that may contain _____ number of carbons in it.
20. In the given reaction,
Products (major)

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How many carbon atoms will be present in the ring?

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(c)

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1. Which of the following is/are correct statements?



(a) Hardy Schulz rule is related to coagulation.

(b) Brownian movement and Tyndall effect are shown by colloids.

(c) When liquid is dispersed in liquid, it is called gel.

(d) Gold number is a measure of protective power of lyophillic colloid.
2. Which of the following compounds on hydrolysis yields a carboxylic acid?

(b)

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P4 can react with O2 to form P4O6 and P4O10 according to the following reactions
P4 + 3O2 P4O6
P4 + 5O2 P4O10
If each option is written in an order like (x, y, z, p) where x represents moles of P4 taken, y represents moles of O2
taken, z represents moles of P4O6 formed and p represents mole of P4O10 formed, which options are correct?

(a) 1, 4, 0.5, 0.5
(b) 1, 3, 1, 0
(c) 0.5, 2.5, 0.5, 0
(d) 2, 5, 2, 3
4. Which of the following option is/are correct?

(a) The vapour phase of XeF6 is covalent and hybridisation is sp3d3.

(b) The solid phase of XeF6 is ionic and hybridisation is sp3d2.

(c) XeF2 is linear in shape.

(d) XeO2F2 follows bent rule and structure is see-saw.
5. Which one of the following statement is correct in relation to ionisation enthalpy?

(a) Ionisation enthalpy increases for each successive valence shell electron.

(b) The greatest increase in ionization enthalpy is experienced on removal of electron from core of noble gas
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(c) The end of valence electrons is marked by a big jump in ionization enthalpy.

(d) The removal of electron from orbitals bearing lower n value is easier than from orbit having higher n value.
6. If the rms velocity of nitrogen and oxygen molecule are same at two different temperature and same pressure, then

(a) Average speed of molecules is also same.

(b) Density (gm/lt) of nitrogen and oxygen is also equal.

(c) Number of moles of each gas is also equal.

(d) Most probable velocity of molecules is also equal.
7. Which of the following contain oxygen?

(a) Bauxite
(b) Chalcopyrite

(c) Haematite
(d) Calamine
8. Which of the following statements are true about formic acid?

(a) It is a stronger acid than acetic acid.

(b) It forms formyl chloride with PCl5.

(c) It gives CO and H2O on heating with conc H2SO4.

(d) It reduces Tollens reagent.

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Comprehension-I
RNH2 reacts with HNO2 (nitrous acid from NaNO2 and dil. HCl) forming alcohols. Chemist A wanted to prepare 2-propanol
and thus he worked out the synthesis from 2-aminopropane. Chemist B also wanted to prepare 2-propanol but she could
not arrange 2-aminopropane but instead she tried the synthesis from 1-aminopropane.
Choose the correct answer.
9. What was the major product of chemist B?

(a) 1-Propanol
(b) 2-Propanol

(c) Propene
(d) Cyclopropane
10. What are the most stable intermediates of chemists A and B?

A
B

(a) CH3CH 2 C H 2

(b) CH3 C HCH3

(c) CH3 C HCH3

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Comprehension-II
The equivalent weight of a species if acts as oxidant or reduction should be derived by :
Mol. wt. of oxidant or reductant
Eq. weight of oxidant or reductant =
Number of electrons lost or gained or reductant

During chemical reactions, equal equivalents of one species react with the same number of equivalents of other species
giving same number of equivalent of products. However, this is not true for reactants if they react in terms of moles. Also,
molarity can be converted to normality by multiplying the molarity with valence or n factor.
11. Equivalent weight of Fe2O3 in term of its mol. weight in the change Fe3O4 Fe2O3 is

(a) M
(b) M/2
(c) M/3
(d) 3M/2
12. Equivalent weight of N2 and NH3 in the change N2 NH3, respectively, is

(a) 4.67, 12.4
(b) 9.3, 12.4
(c) 4.67, 5.34
(d) 5.34, 4.67

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Comprehension-III
Hydrogen atom in its ground state is excited by means of monochromatic radiations of wavelength 970.6 . The ionization
energy for hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV. (h = 6.63 1034 J s)
Choose the correct answer
13. How many lines are possible in the resulting emission spectrum?

(a) 6
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4
14. How many of these lines are in the visible region of the spectrum?

(a) 3
(b) 2
(c) 4
(d) 5

Na + + e - Na

At anode OH -

1
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H 2O + O 2 + e 2
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Sodium metal can be extracted by either Castners process or Downs process.
Castners process
Electrolyte fused NaOH
Cathode and anode are made up of a steel rod and Ni cylinder, respectively. The reaction takes place as follows At cathode

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Electrolyte fused NaCl and CaCl2
Cathode and anode are ring shaped iron metal and graphite respectively. The takes place as follows:

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Na + + e - Na

1
Cl2 + e 2
15. In Castners process, some sodium metal is lost due to

(a) Reaction with dissolved O2 is molten NaOH

(b) Its high reactivity, it attacks other substance present in the system

(c) High temperature at which some of it vapourizes

(d) All of these
16. CaCl2 is used along with NaCl due to

(a) Increase in electrical conductivity on NaCl

(b) Lowering in m.pt in the mixture compared to pure NaCl

(c) CaCl2 protects the Na from getting vapourized

(d) Viscosity of the mixture of NaCl or CaCl2 is lower than pure NaCl.
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17. Match the following


Column-I
Atomic masses

Column-II
% composition of lighter isotope

Isotope-I

Isotope-II

Average

(p)

(a + 4)

(a 1)

(a)

66.67% by moles

(q)

5a

2a

(b)

50% by moles

(r)

(a + 3)

(a + 1)

(a + 2)

(c)

% by mass independent of a

(s)

(a + 2)

(a 1)

(d)

80% by moles

18. Match the following columns

(a)

(q)

(b)

(r)

(c)

(s)

(d)

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19. Match the following

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Column II

Diffusion of gas

(a)

High when molecular mass is low

(q)

Compressibility of gas (Z) < 1

(b)

Negative deviation

(r)

Vrms

(c)

Increases with increase in temperature

When a gas is liquefied of gas

(d)

Attractive force dominates

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Column II

(p)

(a)

All molecule/ions are polar in nature

(q)

Cl F3 ,BrF2+ , ICl-4

(b)

All molecules/ions have same number of lone


pair(s) and same shape

(r)

XeF2 , ICl2- , I3-

(c)

All molecules/ions have same oxidation state of


central atoms

(s)

ClOF3 , ClF4+ , IO 2 F2-

(d)

All molecules/ions have same hybridization of


central atoms

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Column I

ClF5 , BrF4+ , IF6-

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Section A: Single Option Correct Type Questions

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1. Mark out the correct decreasing order of entropy.



I. 1 mole of H2O(l) at 4C and 1 mtm pressure
II. 1 mole of H2O(s) at 0C and 1 atm pressure

III. 1 mole of H2O(g) at 100C and 1 atm pressure IV. 1 mole of H2O(l) at 0C and 1 atm pressure

(a) II > I > IV > III
(b) II > IV > I > III

(c) III > IV > I > II
(d) III > I > IV > II
2. A is an organic compound which can reduce Tollens reagent, reduces mercuric chloride giving black precipitate,
decolourises acidified KMnO4 and can reduce Fehling solution also. Compound A is

(a) HCOOH
(b) CH = CH

(c) CH3CHO
(d) CH2 = CH2

Predominant product is
(a)

(b)

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(d)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Predominant product is:


(a) Polyacrylate
(b) Polymethylmethacrylate
(c) Latex
(d) Perspex
The correct increasing order of extent of hydrolysis in the following is
(a) CCl4 < MgCl2 < AlCl3 < SiCl4 < PCl5
(b) CCl4 < AlCl3 < MgCl2 < PCl5 < SiCl4
(c) AlCl3 < MgCl2 < CCl4 < PCl5 < SiCl4
(d) SiCl4 < MgCl2 < AlCl3 < PCl5 < CCl4
Auto-oxidation of bleaching powder gives
(a) Only calcium chlorate
(b) Only calcium chloride
(c) Only calcium hypochlorite
(d) Both (a) and (b)

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When AgNO3 is treated with excess of KI, AgI precipitates out, which forms colloidal solution with
(a) Positive charge
(b) Negative charge
(c) Charge neutralization occurs, not charge acquisition
(d) First positive, later negative
The correct name for the complex ion [Co(en)2Cl(ONO]+ is
(a) Cobalt diethylenediaminechloronitrate
(b) Chlorodiethyldiaminenitrito cobalt (III)
(c) Chloronitritodiethyldiamine cobaltate (III)
(d) Chlorobis (ethylenediamine) nitrite cobalt (III)
For the reaction, 3BrO BrO3 + 2Br , in alkaline solution, the value of the second order (in BrO) rate
constant at 80C in the rate law for D[BrO]/Dt was found to be 0.056 L/mol/s. Then D[BrO3]/Dt is
(a) 0.019 L/mol/s
(b) 0.112 L/mol/s
(c) 0.168 L/mol/s
(d) 0.056 L/mol/s

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9.


10.

Section B: More than One Correct Option

(d) NH4F

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(a) BaI2
(b) [(CH3)3NH]Cl
(c) Cr(NO3)3
12. Following the graph (Fig. B.1), which of the statement/(s) is/(are) correct?

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(a) The absolute conversion of N2O4 into NO2 (N2O4 2NO2) is spontaneous.
(b) The dynamic conversion (N2O4 2NO 2) at equilibrium point is spontaneous.
(c) Formation of N2O4 is more spontaneous than dissociation.
(d) Both process dissociation as well as formation are equally spontaneous.
Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct?
(a) Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is powerful oxidizing agent but bleaching action is lower than Cl2.
(b) ClO2 in alkaline solution undergoes disproportionanation.
(c) ClO2 is diamagnetic in nature.
(d) ClO2 is a yellow gas but deep red liquid.
Which of the following pairs show co-ordination isomerism?
(a) [Co(NH3)6] [Cr(CN)6] and [Cr(NH3)6][Co(CN)6]
(b) [Co(NH3)3(H2O)2]Br2 and [Co(NH3)3(H2O)Cl.Br]Br.H2O
(c) [Pt(NH3)4Cl2]Br2 and [Pt(NH3)3Br2]Cl2
(d) [Co(NH3)6][C2O4)3] and [Cr(NH3)6][Co(C2O4)3]

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14.



2+

1. Hg
16. CH CH + 2CH3COOH 2.
Products. Product/s is/are
D , 300-400C

(a) CH3CHO

(c)

(b) CH3 CH(OCOCH3)2


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15. Some alkanes may be prepared by adding an alkyl iodide (iodoalkane) dropwise to sodium in a suitable inert solvent,
e.g.,

2CH3I + 2Na C2H6 + 2NaI
If a mixture of iodomethane and 2-iodopropane is used as starting material, the product will contain

(a) 2-methyl propane
(b) Methane, propene and propane

(c) Ethane and 2, 3-dimethyl butane
(d) Methane and propane only

(d)

Section C: Integral Type Questions

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18. How many structures for [F] are possible?

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19. When chlorine reacts with hot and conc. NaOH, what will be the oxidation state of chlorine in oxidised form?
20. For a reaction dx/dt = k[H+]n, if the pH of reaction medium changes from two to one, the rate becomes 100 times of
the value of at pH = 2. What is the order of reaction?
21. For the first order reaction, the rate constant is 7.7 102 s1. Calculate the time required for the initial concentration
1.5 mole of the reactant to be reduced to 0.75 mole.

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1. Which of the following is/are correct ?



(a) DH = DU + D(PV) when P and V both changes

(b) DH = DU + PDV when pressure is constant

(c) DH = DU + VDP when volume is constant

(d) DH = DU + PDV + VDP when P and V both changes
2. Consider the reaction 2CO(g)+O2(g)
2CO2(g) + Heat. Under what conditions shift is undeterminable?

(a) Addition of O2 and decrease in volume

(b) Addition of CO and removal of CO2 at constant volume

(c) Increase in temperature and decrease in volume

(d) Addition of CO and increase in temperature at constant volume

3. The ether

(a)

(c)

when treated with HI produces:



(b)
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(a) A plot of log KP versus 1/T is linear.

(b) A plot of log [X] versus time is linear for a first order reaction, X A.

(c) A plot of log P versus 1/T is linear at constant volume.

(d) A plot of P versus 1/V is linear at constant temperature.
5. Which of the following is/are correct statements regarding these molecules (I, II and III)?

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(a) I and II are diastereomers
(b) I and II are enantiomers

(c) II and III are diastereomers
(d) II and III are enantiomers
6. Which of the following is correct statement(s)?

(a) CH3 F is more reactive than CH3 I in SN2 reaction.

(b) DMF is polar aprotic solvent.

(c) CH3 F is less reactive than CH3 I in SN2 reaction.

(d) DMF is polar protic solvent.
7. In 0.1 M solution, Ka for dissociation of H2S is 4.0 103. Select the correct statements.

(a) Concentration of H+ is 0.018 M.
(b) The degree of dissociation of H2S is 18%.

(c) pH of solution is 1.7447.
(d) Concentration of [H+] is 0.18 M.
8. What is the degeneracy of the level of the hydrogen atom that has the energy
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(c) 7

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(d) 9

Section B: Comprehension Based Questions

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Comprehension-I
If the boundary of system moves by an infinitesimal amount, the work involved is given by dw = Pext dV.
For irreversible process, w = Pext V (where V = Vf Vi)
For reversible process, Pext = Pint dP = Pint
So for reversible isothermal process, w = nRT in Vf /Vi
Two moles of an ideal gas undergoe isothermal comprehension along three different paths:
(i) reversible comprehension from Pi = 2 bar and Vi = 8 L to Pf = 20 bar
(ii) a single stage comprehension against a constant external pressure of 20 bat, and
(iii) a two-stage compression consisting initially of compression against a constant external pressure of 10 bar until
Pgas = Pext, followed by compression against a constant pressure of 20 bar until Pgas = Pext.
9. Work done (in bar-L) on the gas in reversible isothermal compression is:

(a) 9.212
(b) 36.848
(c) 18.424
(d) none of these

10. Work done on the gas in single stage compression is:



(a) 36
(b) 72

(c) 144

(d) none of these

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Pseudo halides are anions having resemblance with halide ions. Group I metals can form salts with pseudo halogens can
act as ligands and form co-ordinate complexes. Their hydrides are weakly acidic and can be prepared in analogous way
as halogen hydrides are prepared. Azides, cyanides, selonocyanides are example of pseudo halides.
11. Cyanide, CN is a pseudo halide. When cyanogen is heated with alkali solution, the products are

(a) HCN, H2O
(b) NH3, (NH4)2CO3

(c) NaCN, NaOCN
(d) HCOONa, NH3
12. When NaCN reacts with H2SO4, the products are

(a) HCN and Na2SO4
(b) HCN and NaHSO4

(c) (CN)2 and Na2SO4H2O
(d) None of these

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Electrophilic addition in this mechanism a positive species approaches the double or triple bond and in the first step forms
a bond by converting then -pair of electrons into a pairs

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In the reaction X need not actually be a positive ion but can be the positive end of a dipole or an induced dipole, with the
negative part breaking off either during the first step or shortly after.
Not all electrophilic additions follow the simple mechanism. In many cases, if (1) forms, it very rapidly cyclises giving
cyclic intermediate (2)

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Whether intermediate is (1) or (2), the mechanism is called electrophilic addition bimolecular.
Stability of intermediate (1) or the formation of (2) controls the stereochemistry of the reaction. As the stability of (1)
increases rotation along C C is possible, reaction may be non-stereospecific.

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2 , CCl4
13. CH3 CH = CH CH3 X
Product (X2 = Cl2, Br2, I2). In the reaction , which X is having maximum
tendency to form intermediate like (2)?

(a) Cl
(b) Br

(c) I
(d) Cl = Br = I

14.
W2 is an electrophilic reagent. The addition of W2 to the alkene A proceeds through intermediate like (2). Which
of the following is correct about the reaction?

(a) Reaction is non-steoreospecific


(c) Products are threo dl pairs

(b) Products are meso compounds


(d) Products are erythro dl pairs

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The most problematic part in stoichiometry is to establish the molar ratio of reactant and the product. In order to solve,
these problems, n-factor, is an important tool, which is defined according to the kinds of reaction. In order to calculate
n-factor, first of all we categories the reactions in two parts : (i) acid-base reaction and (ii) redox reaction.
For acid and base reactions, it is the number of moles of H+ and OH replaced per mole of acid and base respectively.
For salt, n-factor is nothing but it is no. of moles of cation charge replaced per mole of the salt. So, n-factor of acids, bases
and salt depend upon the nature of the reactions. For redox reactions, n-factor is nothing but it is the number o moles of
electrons lost or gained in a given number of moles of active element in 1-moles of reducing agent or oxidizing agent
respectively. For redox reaction, n-factor may be a fractional quantity, but the no. of electron will not be a fractional quantity. Thereby the n-factor of a redox reaction is not the number of electron lost or gained. The molar ratio of the reacting
species, a problematic part, is determine by the help of n-factor.
The reciprocal of n-factors ratio of the reacting species is the molar ratio of the reacting species, and similarly for the
product. Through the n-factor, we calculate equivalent weight as under:

(a)

M

2

(b) M

(c)

M

3

(d)

M
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15. For the reaction,



H3PO4 + NaOH NaH2PO4 + H2O,
What will be the equivalent wt. of H3PO4 (H 1, P 31, O 16)?

(a) 96
(b) 49
(c) 32.66
(d) 98
16. For the reaction
Zn + K4[Fe(CN)6] K2Zn3[Fe(CN)6]2, what will be the equivalent weight of K4[Fe(CN)6] if the molecular wt.
of K4[Fe(CN)6] is M?

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17. Match the following.

Column-I
(a)

Only one type of product

(q)

(b)

CH3COCOCH3

(r)

(c)

Product gives Tollens test

(d)

Product gives iodoform test

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Column-II

(s)

CH3CCCH3

18. Match the following columns.


Column I

Column II

Pt|H2(1 atm)|H (1M)

(a)

Wrong representation

(q)

Pt|Cl|Cl2

(b)

Concentration cell

(r)

Pt|H2(1 atm)|H+(C1)||H+(C2)|H2(1 atm)|Pt

(c)

Standard hydrogen electrode

(s)

Pt|H2(p1 atm)|H+(1M)||H+(1M)|H2(p2 atm)|Pt

(d)

E = 0

19. Match the following.

Column (II)

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Molecule

Property

(a)

(q)

(b)

Chiral centers containing compound

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(c)

Optically active compound

(d)

Compound containing plane of symmetry

(a)

3.91

(b)

3.27

(r)

(c)

2.94

(s)

(d)

4.94

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20. Match the following columns.

Substituent in benzoic acid

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Section A

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1. Ans (a): At the steady state, the rate of destruction of O3 must be equal to the rate of its formation, 7.2 1015 mol/L/h

2O3 3O2
- D[O3 ]
Rate of destruction of O3 =
= k [O3 ]2
Dt
- D [O3 ]
1
7.2 10-15 mol/L/h
1

=
= 5 103 L/mol/s

Dt
[O3 ]2
3600 s/h
(2.0 10-8 mol/L) 2

2. Ans (b): 2KI + HgI 2 K 2 [HgI 4 ]


0.2

0.2

0.4

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Initial number of moles of total ions = 0.8


Total number of ions after addition of HgI2 = 0.6 [2K+[HgI4]2]
As the final number of mole is less, that is why the magnitude of colligative property will be less. Hence, depression
in freezing point will be less.
\
T2 > T1
3. Ans (b): dx2 y2, dz2

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[CuS = Ksp = 1 1044].
5. Ans (d):

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6. Ans (d):


7. Ans (b):

959 torr
= 1.26 atm
760

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pK a1 + pK a2

pI =
2
2.4 + pK a2

5.9 =
2

pKa2 = 9.4
9. Ans (c):

According to Henrys law,


V2 P2

=
V1 P1

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10. Ans (b):

1.26 atm
V2
=
18 mL 1.00 atm

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Same path is followed in the presence of Al2O3, 350C, but, if pyridine is taken, then following rearrangement
does not take place, because instead of double bond (-bond) it is the pyridine which will combine with Lewis acid
Al2O3.

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11. Ans (a): Y2, the probability of finding 1s electron, is maximum near nucleus. On moving farther to nucleus close
to 0.53 (Bohrs radius), Y2 decreases. 4r 2dr, volume element, on moving farther to nucleus increases.
The product Y2.4r 2dr on moving farther to nucleus increases till it reaches at Bohrs radius and then starts to
decrease.
12. Ans (a, c, d): The solution consists of [M(NH3)x]+ and [e(NH3)y].
It imparts blue colour not due to polarization but due to the excitation of free electrons to higher energy levels by
the absorption of light in visible region. On the addition of iron oxide, solution decomposes:

Fe O


13. Ans (a, c):

2 3
2Na + 2NH3
2NaNH 2 + H 2

R L + Nu

Nu - - - R - - - L

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Substrate

Nucleophile

Transition state

R - L+ + Nu Q Nu - - - R - - - L

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rate decreases. In (c), more stabilization causes large decrease in rate.
14. Ans (b, d):

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15. Ans (c, d):


HPO 24H + + PO34 Unit positive charge experiences attraction severly with trinegative PO34 . Hence, equilibrium must be in the favour
of association and higher concentration of HPO 24 and thus lowest Ka3.

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Ans (4)
Ans (7)
Ans (3)
Ans (3): Because magnetic moment =

n(n + 2) BM

(where n is unpaired electron)

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17.
18.
19.


20. Ans (3):

15 = n(n + 2) n = 3

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Br
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NaNH 2
NaNH 2
NaNH 2
CH3 C == CH
CH3 C C H
CH3 C C:- Na + + NH3
CH3 CH CH 2
|
H
Terminal alkynes are acidic in nature and as their formation will start, they will react with NaNH2 according to
the above reaction. Hence, NaNH2 will also be consumed in the acid base reaction of terminal alkynes. Therefore,
complete conversion will require 3 moles of NaNH2.

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2. Ans (a, c)
3. Ans (b, c, d)
4. Ans (a, c):
Cu + Cu+2

2Cu+1
+1
2Cu

2Cu + 2e
Cu+2

Cu 2e
2Cu +1
Cu +2 +Cu
E =

2 0.521 + 2(0.337)
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5. Ans (b, c): Aqueous NaHCO3 evolves CO2 from benzoic acid and not from phenol. Similarly, neutral FeCl3 gives
violet colouration with phenol and not with benzoic acid.
6. Ans (a, c)
7. Ans (b, c)
8. Ans (a, c)

Section B

Ans (c)
Ans (c)
Ans (c): At half equivalence point,
Half of meq of CH3COOH = meq of NaOH

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10.
11.

1
M
M
100 ml = V ml
2
10
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where V is the volume of NaOH consumed.



V = 200 ml
Therefore, Vtotal of solution X will be = 100 + 200 = 300 ml
12. Ans (a): Solution X is a buffer solution and at half equivalence point.

[Acid] = [Salt]
\
pH = pKa = log 105 = 5
13. Ans (a)
14. Ans (c)
15. Ans (a)
16. Ans (b)

Section C
17. (p b); (q a); (r d); (s c)
Z

(p) V
n

V6 4 2
= =
V4 6 3

1
1
1
(q) = R 2 - 2
2
B

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1
1
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(r) -line (second line)

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L
1
9
3
-line (third line)

( E3 - E1 ) H
1
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( E3 - E1 ) He+ 4

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(1/ P ) = R /12 = 9 R = 3 R
(1/ )C 8R / 9 96 32

(s) E -

27 R 3R R
=
=
324 36 12

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1 62 - 32
1
1
= R 2 - 2 = 2
P
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6 6 32

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18. (p b); (q d); (r c); (s a)


19. (p b); (q d); (r a); (s c)
20. (p a); (q a, b); (r a, b); (s c, d)

Solutions of Mock Test 2


Paper 1

Section A

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1. Ans (c):


In this molecule, the plane of symmetry is present and the plane bisects two hydrogen atoms in the same plane
extending it to the third carbon containing one H (back) one side and one H-atom (front) on another side.
If two diffderent atoms or groups will be present there, then the molecule is optically active.
For example,

(d)

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(a) Optically active

(b) No centre of symmetry, optically active
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There are two b-hydrogen atoms. As elimination proceeds through E2 (anti-elimination) H and Cl must be
present at the dihedral angle of 180.
Thus, b-hydrogen is abstracted and the elimination of HCl occurs.
3. Ans (c):

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no. of electrons in lone pair] 1/2[Total no. of shared electrons, bonding electrons]
Formal charge on:
1
1st O-atom = 6 - 4 - (4) = 0
2
1
(6) = +1
2
1
3rd O-atom = 6 - 6 - (2) = -1
2
m
5. Ans (a):
PV = nRT =
RT
M
m RT dRT

P=
=
V M
M

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2nd O-atom = 6 - 2 -

PM
RT
At same temperature, as densities are equal for both, therefore,
P1M 1 = P2 M 2

d=

2 M1 = 28 5
M1 = 70

Gaseous oxide

Nitrogen

6. Ans (a):
CH3COOH

CH3COO - Na +
CH3COO - Na +

H 2O

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CH3COO - + H +

H + + OH -

Following eq. (i),


[H + ][CH3COO - ]
[CH3COOH]

[H + ] = K a

[CH3COOH]
[CH3COO - ]

Hydrogen electrode: H + + e -

1
H2
2

For 2nd case,

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For 1st case


0.059
1
log +
E1 = 1
[H ]
= 0.059 log [H+]
y
= 0.059 log K a
x

In

Pv
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Ka =

E2 = 0.059 log K a

x
y

y
x
E1 + E2 = 0.059 log K a + log K a = 0.059 log Ka2 = 0.118 log Ka
x
y

or

- log K a = -

pK a = -

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E1 + E2
0.118

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E1 + E2
0.118

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7. Ans (c): Sulphide and sulphite ions both react with dil. HCl on warming their aqueous solutions giving H2S and
SO2 gases, respectively, but no yellow ppt. is formed. Sulphate ion does not react. The only ion left is thiosulphate
which gives SO2 gas with a pungent odour, and pale yellow ppt. of colloidal sulphur is formed.
S2O32- + 2H + D

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SO 2
Gas pungent odour

Colloidal sulphur

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8. Ans (b): Chloroplatinic acid is H2[PtCl6], which is dibasic.


9. Ans (a): Borax Na2B4O7.10H2O

{Na2[B4O5(OH)4].8H2O}

+ H 2O

Pv
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10. Ans (d): E-2-pentene

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Section B

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In

11. Ans (a): According to Le-Chateliers principle, the external change (increase in pressure) must be neutralized by
the system of equilibrium.
Increase in pressure increases the number of moles per unit volume. Resultantly, equilibrium will shift in the direction
which produces lesser number of moles. Hence, favours forward direction increasing concentration of CH3OH.
12. Ans (a): C2H5SO2Cl Hinsberg reagent

R 2 NH + C6 H5SO 2Cl OH

R 2 NSO 2 C6 H5

2 amine

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Insoluble in H+ due to stable lone pair of element at nitrogen


insoluble in OH due to absence of H

R 2N
3 amine

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13. Ans (c, d):

+ C6 H5SO 2Cl OH

No reaction takes place. That is why it is R3N


which is insoluble in base and soluble in H+

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14. Ans (c):

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(a)

PBr

H , Ni

3
2
R CH 2 Br NaCN
R CH 2 CN
R CH 2CH 2 NH 2
(b) R CH 2 OH

Collins reagent

NH3

(one extra C-atom)

H 2 , Ni

15. Ans (b, d):


H 2 (g) 2H + (aq.) + 2e -

Standard hydrogen electrode

1
Hg 2Cl2 (s) + e - Hg(l) + ClQ (aq.) Calomel electrode
2

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(c) R CH 2 OH
R CHO
R CH== NH R CH 2 NH 2

Section C

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16. Ans (1): 2Al + Fe2O3 Al2O3 + 2Fe; DH = ?


3
Given, 2Al + O 2
Al2O3 ; DH = 399 kcal
2
3
and 2Fe + O 2
Fe 2O3 ; DH = 199 kcal
2
Subtracting Eq. (2) from eq. (1),

2Al + Fe 2O3 2Fe + Al2O3 ; DH = - 200 kcal


Fuel mixture

Mol. wt. of fuel mixture = 2 27 + 2 56 + 48 = 214 g


Therefore, 214 g mixture produce = 200 kcal heat
200
Therefore, 1 g mixture produces =
= 0.9346 1 kcal g -1
214

(1)
(2)

17. Ans (3):

DU
CV =
DT V

U = CV T
3
Therefore, CV = R for monoatomic gas and T = 1
2
3
3
\
U = R = 2 = 3 cal
2
2
18. Ans (2): Meq. of oxalic acid in 28 mL = Meq. of NaOH

= 0.08 35
500
Therefore, meq. of oxalic acid in 500 mL =
35 0.08 = 50
28
3.150
\
1000 = 50 m = 126
m/2
\
H2C2O4 xH2O = 90 + 18x = 126
or
x=2

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Section A

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1. Ans (a, b, d)
2. Ans (a, b, c, d)
3. Ans (a, b):
P4 + O2 P4O6 + P4O10

(a) P4 + 3O2 P4O6
1
4
0
0
1
1
P4O6 + 2O2 P4O10
1
1
0.5
0
0.5
\ Remaining (0.5 mole P4O6, 0.5 mole P4O10)

Pv
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a

In

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/H 2O
R NC H
R NH 2 + HCOOH

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19. Ans (1):


20. Ans (6):

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P4 + 3O2 P4O6
1
3
0
0
1
\ Remaining (1 mole P4O6, 0 mole P4O10)
P4 + 3O2 P4O6
0.5
2.5
0
1.0
0.5
\ Remaining (0.5 mole P4O6, 1 mole O2)
P4 + 3O2 P4O6
1
5
1
5


0
3
3
\ Remaining (5/3) mole P4O6, 1/3 mole P4)
4. Ans (a, b, c, d)
5. Ans (a, b, c): Orbital bearing lower value of n will be more closer to the nucleus and thus electron will experience
greater attraction from nucleus and so its removal will be difficult not easier.
6. Ans (a, b, d):

(Vrms ) N 2 = (Vrms )O2
=

M N2

3RTO2 TN 2
M O2

M N2

Then Vav and Vmps is also same.


PN 2 M N 2
TRN 2

TO2

M O2

PO2 M N 2

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d N2 =

ng

3RTN 2

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(b)




(c)




(d)

; d O2 =

RTO2

if PN 2 = PO2 , then d N 2 = d O2

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7. Ans (a, c, d)
8. Ans (a, c, d): All the three statements are correct.

Section B
9. Ans (b):

HNO

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2-hydride transfer
2
CH3CH 2CH 2 NH 2
CH3CH 2CH 2 N2
CH3CH 2CH 2 1,
CH3 C HCH3

2[Fe +8/ 3 ]3
3[Fe3+ ]2 + 2e

E Fe2O3 =

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10. Ans (c):


11. Ans (d):

12. Ans (c):



\
13. Ans (a):

stable(2 > 1)

(2 carbocation)

M
2/3

6e + (N0)2 2(N3)
EN 2 = 28 / 6; ENH3 = 17 / 3
= 970.6 = 970.6 10 10 m
hc 6.63 10- 34 3.0 108
2.049 10-18
= 12.81 eV
E=
=
= 2.049 10-18 J =
-10
970.6 10
1.6 10-19

Energy of an electron in nth orbit of hydrogen atom is E =

-13.6
eV
n2

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In ground state, n = 1
\
E1 = 13.6 eV
Total energy of electron after absorbing 12.81 eV energy corresponding to given wavelength

E2 = 13.6 + 12.81 = 0.79 eV
The value of n corresponds to 4.
-13.6

n2 =
= 17.21
-0.79
This means that the electron is excited to n = 4 state.
n(n - 1) 4 (4 - 1)
=
=6
2
2

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Total number of lines obtained =

ng

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14. Ans (b): Out of six lines, only two are in the visible region of the spectrum (n = 4 to n = 2 and n = 3 to n = 2).
15. Ans (c)
16. Ans (b)

Section C

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17. (p d), (q c), (r b), (s a)


Sol. % Mole
a - ( a + 4)
4
% of (a 1) =
100 = 100 = 80%
(a + 4)(a - 1)
5
=

( 2 a - 5a )
3a
100 =
100 = 75%
(5a - a)
4a

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% of a

(a + 2) - (a + 3)
1
100 = 100 = 50%
(a + 3) - (a + 1)
2

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% of (a + 1) =
% of (a 1) =

a - ( a + 2)
2
100 = 100 = 66.67%
(a + 2) - ( a - 1)
3

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% Mass
80 (a - 1) 80a - 80

(p)

=
a+2
a

(r)

50 (a + 1) 5a + 50

=
a+2
a+2

18. (p b); (q a); (r d); (s c)


19. (p a, c); (q b, d); (r a, c); (s b, d)
20. (p a, c); (q c); (r b, d); (s a, b, c, d)

(q)

75 a 75a
=
2a
2a

(z)

66.67 (a - 1) 66.67 a - 66.67


=
a
a

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(r) XeF2 = +2; ICI 2 = +1; I 3 = +1

In

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All have one lone pair of electrons each; but different shapes; 0, so polar.

(q) ClF3 , BrF2+ , ICl-4 ; all have same oxidation state (+3).

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(p) Cl F5 , BrF4+ , IF6- ; all have same oxidation state (+5).

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Al have three lone pairs each and same shape but different oxidation states. In all, = 0. So non-polar.

(s) ClOF3 , ClF4+ , IO 2 F2- ; all have same oxidation number (+5).

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In all 0, so all polar

Solutions of Mock Test 3


Paper 1

Section A
1. Ans (c): Entropy, which is the magnitude of randomness is maximum for H2O in gaseous phase and minimum for
H2O in solid state. As H2O density is found maximum at 4C, that is why randomness will be less there.

2. Ans (a):
HCOOH +
HCOOH +

Ag 2O

warm

CO 2 + H 2O +

2CuO

D
CO 2 + H 2O + Cu 2O

Tollens reagent

Fehling solution

2Ag

Silver mirror

Red ppt.

HCOOH + 2HgCl2
CO 2 + 2HCl + Hg 2Cl-2


3. Ans (c):

2KMnO4 + 3H2SO4 + 5HCOOH K2SO4 + 2MnSO4 + 8H2O + 5CO2

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5. Ans (b):

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4. Ans (b):


6. Ans (a): CCl4 is non-polar compound. That is why it does not undergo hydrolysis. For Si and P, hydrolysis is coming up favourable as hydroxides are more stable due to p-d back bonding.
Hence, order is: CCl4 < MgCl2 < AlCl3 < SiCl4 < PCl5

Auto
7. Ans (d): 6CaOCl2 oxidation

Ca(ClO3 ) 2 + 5CaCl2

AgI + KNO3
8. Ans (b): AgNO3 + KI

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excess

1 D[BrO - ] 1
= 0.056 = 0.019
3
Dt
3

Hence,

D[BrO3- ] 1
= 0.056 = 0.019
Dt
3

Pv
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Out of excess KI, I which is the common constituent to solution gets adsorbed over AgI and imparts
negative charge.
9. Ans (d): The correct name is: Chloro bis-(ethylenediamine) nitrite cobalt (III)
1
10. Ans (a):
rate of disappearance of BrO = rate of appearance of BrO3
3

Strong acid

Strong base

In

11. Ans (b, c, d):


BaI 2 + 2H 2O Ba(OH)2 + 2HI

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Section B

[(CH3 )3 NH]Cl + H 2O (CH3 )3 NHOH + HCl

Cr(NO3 )3 + 3H 2O Cr(OH)3 + 3HNO3

NH 4 F + H 2O NH 4OH +

Weak base

Strong acid

HF } If K a > K b, then only

Weak acid

ar
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Weak base

Strong acid

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Weak base

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12. Ans (b, c): As DG for N2O4 2NO2 is +5.0 kJ mol1 (positive), that is why direct conversion is non-spontaneous.
But at equilibrium point B, N2O4 is dissociated upto equilibrium point (dissociation of that extent) spontaneous as

DG = 5.40 + (0.84) = 6.24 kJ
Hence, dynamic conversion N2O4 into equilibrium mixture and 2NO2 into equilibrium mixture both are spontaneous.
But, as for the reverse process, DG is 6.24 kJ (more than forward), that is why more favourable.
13. Ans (b, d): ClO2 is a powerful oxidizing agent and also a strong chlorinating agent. Its bleaching power is almost
30 times stronger than Cl2.
In alkaline, solution undergoes disproportionation

2ClO2 + 2NaOH NaClO + NaClO3 + H2O

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unpaired electron that is why paramagnetic.
14. Ans (a, d): Co-ordination isomerism occurs when both cation and anion are complex. It is caused due to the interchange of ligands between two complex ions of the same complex.
15. Ans (a, b, c):
2CH3I + 2CH3 - CH - I Na
Products
|
CH3

+

2Na
2Na + 2e

CH3I + 2e - CH3- + I -

CH3I + CH3- CH3 - CH3 + I -

2Na + 2I 2NaI
CH3- + CH3 - CH - I CH3 - CH - CH3 + I
|
|
CH3
CH3

[CH3 acts as nucleophile]

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CH3- + CH3 - CH - I
CH 4 + CH 2 =CH - CH3

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CH3

[CH3 acts as base]

CH3 - CH - + CH3 - CH - I CH3 - CH - CH - CH3


|
|
|
|

CH3
CH3
CH3 CH3

+ CH3 - CH 2 + CH 2 = CH
|
|
CH3
CH3

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CH3 - CH - I + 2e - CH3 - CH - + I |
|
CH3
CH3

Pv
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Isopropyl iodide can also accept electron.

(nucleophilic action)

(basic action)

ng

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The reaction is called Wurtz reaction. It is successful for only 1 and symmetrical molecule, otherwise gives a
mixture of products.
16. Ans (b, d):
O
||
2+
CH CH + CH3COOH Hg

CH 2 = CH - O - C = CH3

Vinyl acetate

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O
||
2+

CH3 - CH( - OCOCH3 ) 2


CH 2 = CH - O - C - CH3 + CH3COOH Hg

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Section C

17.

18.
19.
20.

Ans (5): Na2O2, KO2, CaO, BaO and RbO2 are basic oxides.
BeO is amphoteric and CO2 is an acidic oxide.
Ans (3)
+5
Ans (5): 3Cl2 + 6NaOH 5NaCl + Na ClO3 + 3H2O
Ans (2):
r = K[H+]n and pH = 2

ethylidene diacetate

\
[H+] = 10 2

r0 = K[10 2]n
+
At pH = 1, [H ] = 10 1
\
r1 = K[10 1]n
r1

= 100 = [10]n n = 2
r0

2.303
7.7 10

2.303
log 2 = 9
7.7 10-2

log

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[A ]
2.303
log 0
[ A]
K

1.5
0.75

t=

(2)

Paper 2

In

Section A

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21. Ans (9):

(1)

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1. Ans (a, b, c): DH = DU + P.DV + V.DP + DP.DV


is the correct relation.
2. Ans (c, d): Le Chateliers principle is not quantitative. If both stress would cause the same direction of shift, the
shift is determinable. If the two stress would cause shifts in opposite direction, no deduction is possible.
3. Ans (a, d)
4. Ans (a, b, d)
5. Ans (b, c):

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I, II Enantiomers


II, III Diastereomers
6. Ans (b, c):

(a) is incorrect because CH3 F is less reactive than CH3 I because F is poor leaving group.

(b) is correct because DMF is

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(c) is correct because I is better leaving group than F

(d) is incorrect answer.
7. Ans (a, b, c):

H 2S
H + + HS0
0
1
C
C
C (1 - )
C 2
( C = 0.1 M)
(1 - )

4.0 103 =

0.1 2
(1 - )

ng

For hydrogen atom, Z = 1


- RH .12 - RH
=
\
En =
(given)
9
n2

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= 0.18 = 18%
Now, [H+] = C. = 0.1 0.18 = 0.018 M

pH = log [H+] = log 1.8 102 = 1.7447
8. Ans (d):
Energy of an electron of the atom (atomic no. Z) in the nth orbit is
- RH . Z 2

En =
n2

Pv
t

K a1 =

Section B

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PV = nRT 2 8 = 2 0.080 T
T = 100 K
P
Wrev = 2.303 n R T log 1
P2

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9. Ans (b):

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Thus n = 3
When n = 3, can be

= 0 and m = 0 (one 3p orbital)

= 1 and m = 1, 0, + 1 (three 3p orbitals)

= 2 and m = 2, 1, 0, + 1, + 2
There are 1 + 3 + 5 = 9 states and therefore degeneracy is nine.

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1

= 2.303 2 0.08 100 log
10

= 36.848 bar-L
10. Ans (c):

wirr = Pext (V2 V1)
nRT nRT
= 20
P
P
2

= 144 bar-L
11. Ans (c)
12. Ans (a)
13. Ans (c): I2 is more polarisable.

(five 3d orbitals)

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14. Ans (d):

15. Ans (d):


n-factor of H3PO4 is 1

Eq. wt. =

16. Ans (c):


n-factor of K4 [Fe(CN)6] = 3.

Pv
t

mol. wt.
.
1

Section C

In

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(p a, c, d); (q b, c, d); (r a, c); (s a , b, d)


(p c, d); (q a); (r b, d); (s b, d)
(p b, c); (q b, d); (r a, b, c); (s b, d)
(p b); (q c); (r d); (s a)
Ortho effect and polar nature of the group determine the acidic strength.

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17.
18.
19.
20.