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FIITJEE House, 29-A, Kalu Sarai, Sarvapriya Vihar, New Delhi - 110016. Ph: 46106000/10/13/15 Fax : 26513942.

FACULTY RECRUITMENT TEST

CATEGORY-A

APT & SAT-II

(CHEMISTRY)
PAPER – II


Time: 60 Minutes. Maximum Marks: 40

Name:....................................................................................................
Subject: ................................................................................................

Marks:


Instructions:
 Attempt all questions.
 This question paper has two Parts, I and II. Each question of Part I carries 2 marks and of
Part II carries 5 marks.
 Calculators and log tables are not permitted

PART – I
1. An element crystallizes into a structure which may be described by a cubic type of unit cell having one
atom in each corner of the cube and two atoms on one of its face diagonals. If the volume of this unit
cell is 24 x 10
-24
cm
3
and density of the element is 7.20gm/cm
3
, calculate no. of atoms present in
200gm of the element.

2. A hydrogenation reaction is carried at 500K. If the same reaction is carried out in presence of the
catalyst at the same rate, the temperature required is 400K. If the threshold energy of the reactant is
120 kJ mol
–1
and the normal energy of the reactant is 20 kJ mol
–1
, calculate the magnitude of
activation barrier (in kJ mol
–1
) that is lowered by the catalyst.

3. (a)Arrange o-nitro, p-nitro, m-nitro benzoic acids in increasing acid strength.
(b) Arrange the following in correct order of acidity

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(I)
OH OH
CH
3

OH
NO
2

OH
NO
2

(II) (III)
(IV)


4. What will be the Ag
+
ion concentration in a solution of 0.2 M solution of ( )
(
¸ ¸
+
3
2
Ag NH ?
( ) ;
+
+ -8
3 3 dis
2
Ag NH Ag +2NH K = 6.8×10

5. (a) The atomic radius decreases along the period but inert gases have maximum atomic radius in a
period, explain?
(b) Arrange the following in decreasing order of hydrated ion size, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Li.

6. Compare the basic strength of the following
NH
3
, CH
3
NH
2
(CH
3
)
2
NH (CF
3
)
3
N
7. Why allylic free radical CH
2
= CH –
2
H C
-
is more stable than CH
3
– CH
2

2
H C
-
while both are
primary free radicals.

8. A solution of ferric chloride acidified with HCl is unaffected when hydrogen is bubbled through it, but
gets reduced when Zn is added to same acidified solution - why?

9. Explain the following:
(a) Ice is lighter than water.
(b) PH
5
is not possible whereas PF
5
is possible.

10. Acetic acid (CH
3
COOH) associates in benzene to form double molecules. 1.65 g of acetic acid when
dissolved in 100g of benzene raised the boiling point by 0.36°C. Calculate the Van't Hoff Factor and the
degree of association of acetic acid in benzene (Molal elevation constant of benzene is 2.57).


PART – II

1. At 353 K, the vapor pressure of pure ethylene bromide and propylene bromide are 22.93 and 16.93 k
N m
–2
respectively and these compounds from nearly ideal solution. 3 mole of ethylene bromide and 2
mole of propylene bromide are equilibrated at 353 K and at a total pressure of 20.4 k N m
–2
.
(a) What is the composition of the liquid phase?
(b) How many moles of each compound are present in the vapour phase?

2. The half-life of first order decomposition of nitramide is 2.1 hours at 15°C.
NH
2
NO
2
(aq) ÷÷ N
2
O(g) + H
2
O(l)
If 6.2 g of NH
2
NO
2
is allowed to decompose calculate (I) time taken for NH
2
NO
2
to decompose 99%
and (ii) the volume of dry N
2
O produced at this point, measured at STP.

3. Alkenes (A) and (B) yield the same alcohol (C) on hydration. On vigorous oxidation with KMnO
4
(A)
gives a carbonyl compound (D) and an acid (E) each containing four carbon atoms. On the other
hand (B) gives an acid (E) and a carbonyl compound (G). In (G) no two identical groups are attached
to the same carbon atom. Give the structures if (A) to (G).

4. During the discharge of lead storage battery, the density of sulphuric acid fell from 1.294 to 1.139
gm/ml. Sulphuric acid of density 1.294 gm/ml is 39% H
2
SO
4
by weight and that of density 1.139 gm/ml

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is 20% by weight. The battery holds 3.5 litres of acid and volume remained practically constant during
the discharge. Calculate the ampere hour for which the battery must have been used. The charging
and discharging reactions are
Pb + SO
4
2–
÷÷ PbSO
4
+ 2e (charging)
PbO
2
+ 4H
+
+ SO
4
2–
+ 2e ÷÷ PbSO
4
+ 2H
2
O (discharging)

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CATEGORY-A
IIT-JEE
(CHEMISTRY)
PAPER – II

Time: 60 Minutes. Maximum Marks: 40

Name:....................................................................................................
Subject: ................................................................................................

Marks:



Instructions:
 Attempt all questions.
 This question paper has two Parts, I and II. Each question of Part I carries 2 marks and of
Part II carries 5 marks.
 Calculators and log tables are not permitted

PART – I
1. Write the chemical reaction associated with the ‘brown ring test. What is oxidation state of Fe in
brown ring test. Explain with proper reason.
2. The boiling point of an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile solute is 100.15°C. What is the freezing
point of an aqueous solution obtained by diluting the above solution with an equal volume of water?
The value of
b
K and
f
K for water are 0.512°C and 1.86°C
-1
molality respectively.
3. Account for the following
(a) out of [FeF
6
]
4–
and [Fe(CN)
6
]
4–
, which is paramagnetic and why?
[At. No. of Fe = 26]
(b) Out of NaCl and AgCl, which one is having higher melting point and why?

4. Identify the compounds in the following sequence of reaction

i) O LiAlH H
3 4
ii) H O/ Zn
2
(A) (B) (C), (C) 2 Pr opanol


    
C H
3
OH
CH
3
(ii) H
2
O
2
/O
-
H
(D) (Optically active)
(i) B
2
H
6
Dil.NaOH
E

5. How will you synthesise?
(i) Acetamide from acetone (ii) Iodoform from acetic acid
6. What happens when?
(a) Sulphur is boiled with caustic soda solution forms two compounds A and B, A liberates I
2
gas from
KI. What are A and B write equations.
(b) Aluminium forms [AlF
6
]
3–
but boron does not form [BF
6
]
3–
.

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7. Write down the hybridisation state of the central atom and indicate the shape.
(i) XeOF
2
(ii) PBr
3
Cl
2
(iii) XeF
6
(iv)

2
ICl

8. Glucose and fructose consists of aldehydic and ketonic functional groups respectively, yet Fehlings
reagent cannot be used to distinguish them. Why?

9. K
C
for N
2
O
4(g)


2NO
2(g)
is 0.00466 at 298 K. If a one litre container initially contained 0.8 mole of
N
2
O
4
, what would be the concentrations of N
2
O
4
and NO
2
at equilibrium? Also calculate equilibrium
concentration of N
2
O
4
and NO
2
if the volume is halved at the same temperature.
10. Fill in the blanks the missing products (one principal organic product in one blank)
(a)
- +
Anhy. AlCl i) OH i) H
3
ii) SOCl
2 ii) ClCH COO
2

  
OH

(b)
D / Ni
2


O
N H O 


PART – II

1. Three compounds A,B and C, all have the formula C
6
H
10
. All three compounds rapidly decolourise Br
2

in CCl
4
. Compound A gives a precipitate when treated with silver nitrate in ammonia, but compound B
and C do not. A and B both yield n-hexane when they are treated with excess hydrogen in presence
of palladium catalyst. Under these conditions C absorbs only one molar equivalent of H
2
and gives a
product with formula C
6
H
12
. When A is oxidised with hot basic KMnO
4
and the resulting solution
acidified, the only organic product that can be isolated is n-pentanoic acid. Similar oxidation of B
gives only propionic acid and similar treatment of C gives only adipic acid. Find A,B and C and give
the reactions involved.

2.
2 2 7
K Cr O solution being primary standard, a standard solution of it was prepared by dissolving 0.588g
of it in water whose volume was made to 500 mL by further dilution. 20 mL of this dichromate solution
was added to 200 mL sample of water containing
2
Fe

ions and the solution was made acidic by
adding sufficient dil.
2 4
H SO . The excess dichromate was back titrated with 4.5 mL 0.02 M oxalate ion
solution in acid medium. Calculate amount in ppm of iron in the sample assuming that entire iron is
present as
2
Fe

ion.
[MW of
2 2 7
K Cr O 294 and Fe= 56] 

3. In order to prepare a linear saturated secondary alcohol having five carbon atoms an organic chemist
treated acetaldehyde and acetone in a dilute basic solution and got a compound (A). When he
analysed the product (A), he identified the alcoholic group to be present along with a carbonyl group.
In order to get rid of the carbonyl group he treated (A) with Zn amalgam and excess conc. HCl and
got (B). But, for his greatest astonishment, (B) decolourised Br
2
/H
2
O. Without being dis-heartened he
treated (B) with acidified water and got the product he wanted. Write a sample report involving all the
mechanisms and concepts in his reaction sequence.


4. At 25°C, the emf of the cell
Pb | PbCl
2
.HCl (0.5 M) || HCl (0.5 M) | AgCl
(s)
| Ag is 0.49 volts and its temperature coefficient
4
dE
1.8 10 volt / degree
dT

   . Calculate
(a) the entropy change when 1 gm mol of silver is deposited and
(b) the heat of formation of AgCl, if the heat of formation of lead chloride is – 86000 cal.


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CATEGORY-A

INTENATIONAL OLYMPIADS (SENIOR)

(CHEMISTRY)

PAPER – II

Time: 60 Minutes. Maximum Marks: 40

Name:....................................................................................................
Subject: ................................................................................................

Marks:



Instructions:
 Attempt all questions.
 This question paper has two Parts, I and II. Each question of Part I carries 2 marks and of
Part II carries 5 marks.
 Calculators and log tables are not permitted

PART – I
1. Give chemical equations of the chemical reactions involved in the blast furnace for the extraction of
pig iron from roasted haematite.

2. A decapeptide (Mol. Wt. 796) on complete hydrolysis gives glycine (Mol. Wt. 75), alanine and
phenylalanine. Glycine contributes 47.0% to the total weight of the hydrolysed products. The number
of glycine units present in the decapeptide is

3. In 1 L saturated solution of AgCl [K
sp
(AgCl) = 1.6 × 10
÷10
], 0.1 mol of CuCl [K
sp
(CuCl) = 1.0 × 10
÷6
] is
added. The resultant concentration of Ag
+
in the solution is 1.6 × 10
÷x
. The value of “x” is
4. An organic compound (A) of molecular formula C
5
H
8
when treated with sodium in liquid ammonia
followed by reaction with n÷propyl bromide yields (B), C
8
H
14
. A gives a ketone (C), C
5
H
10
O when
treated with dilute H
2
SO
4
and HgSO
4
. (B) on oxidation with alkaline KMnO
4
gives two isomeric
acids (D) and (E) C
4
H
8
O
2
. Give structures of compound (A) to (E) with proper reasoning.
5. At 37 C, G° ° A for the following reaction at constant volume was found to be 15.7 kJ
1
mol
÷


+
4
Glutamate + NH Glutamine
Another biological reaction is hydrolysis of ATP into ADP and Phosphate (P).
ATP ADP P +

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for which the G A ° value may be taken as ÷31.0 kJ
1
mol
÷
. Both these reaction are coupled by an
enzyme.

+
4
Glutamate+NH ATP Glutamine ADP P + + +
Calculate
(a) Equilibrium constant for first reaction
(b) Equilibrium constant for combined reaction
[Antilog ÷2.64 =
3
2.268 10
÷
× , Antilog 2.57 = 378.14]
6. Calculate the charge on mercury ion and its magnetic moment. Given that the EMF of the cell.

( ) ( )
3
3
Pt, Hg | 0.01M Mercury nitrate solution|| 0 .1M Mercury |Hg , Pt
nitrate solution in 0.1 M HNO
in 0.1M HNO

is 0.0295V at 25°C
7. Write balanced chemical equation for the following
(i) Lunar caustic is heated at 450°C.
(ii) Blue vitriol is treated with KI solution.
8. The radioactive disintegration of
239
94
Pu
, an emitter, o ÷ is accompanied by the loss of 5.24
MeV/dis. If
1/ 2
t of
239
94
Pu is
4
2.44 10 year, × calculate the energy released per year from 1.0g
sample of
239
94
Pu in kJ.
9. The rate of disappearance of A at two different temperature of the equilibrium
A Bis given by

2 3
d[A]
2 10 [A] 4 10 [B] at 300K
dt
÷ ÷
÷ = × ÷ ×


2 4
d[A]
4 10 [A] 8 10 [B] at 400K
dt
÷ ÷
÷ = × ÷ ×
Calculate heat of reaction ( H) A assuming constancy of the same within the temperature range
considered.
10. Give reasons for the following
(a) Bond energy of F
2
is much less than Cl
2

(c) Trisilylamine (H
3
Si)
3
N is much weaker base than (CH
3
)
3
N

PART – II
1. The dissociation constant of acid is 1.8 × 10
–5
, indicator constant of phenolphthalein (a week acid) is
10
–10
the colour of phenolphthalein becomes pink (under usual conditions) when 10 percent of the
indicator has converted into its coloured form. Calculate the hydrogen ion concentration of a mixture
of 200 cc of NH
4
Cl and 50 cc of 0.1 M NH
4
OH and hence deduce whether or not a small quantity of
phenolphthalein in this solution would show pink colour.

2. The electrowinning of sodium is often accomplished by the Down Process. Molten sodium chloride is
electrolysed between a graphite anode and an iron cathode. Draw the diagram with associated
equations to illustrate the essential features of the process and write a sentence or two to explain:
(i) Why the salt has to be molten?
(ii) Why the anode cannot be iron?
(iii) Why aqueous sodium chloride solution cannot be used?
(iv) Why is sodium produced by electrochemical reduction rather than by the use of chemical
reducing agents similar to those used in the blast furnace>

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3. Unlike carbon, tin can increase its coordination number beyond four. Like carbon, tin forms a chloride,
SnCl
4
.
(a) Draw two alternative geometries for SnCl
4
.
Lewis acids such as SnCl
4
react with Lewis bases such as chloride ion or amines. In the case of
chloride the following two reactions are observed.

2
4 5 4 6
SnCl Cl SnCl and SnCl 2Cl SnCl
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
+ ÷ + ÷
(b) Draw three alternative geometries for
2
5
SnCl
÷
.
(c) Use VSEPR theory to predict which geometry is likely to be preferred for
2
5
SnCl
÷
.
(d) Draw three alternative geometries for
2
6
SnCl
÷
.
4. Predict the major product of the following reactions. If two products are formed in equal amounts
show both. Unless otherwise indicated, assume all reagents are used in excess.
(a)
Cl CH
3
4 2
3
SO H
HNO
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷

(b)
3
NaOCH ) ii
h , NBS ) i
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
v
C H
3
CH
3
C H
3
CH
3

(c)
4 2
3
SO H
SO
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
CH
3
NO
2
OCH
3

(d)
3
AlCl
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
O
O
2
N
C H
3
Cl
O

(e)
OH O
CH
3
( )
( )
3
3
i Na, NH t BuOH
ii H O
+
÷
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