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1. Several factors (steric, electronic, orbital interactions etc.) can affect the inversion barrier of an amine. In the given pair which data is correctly placed ? i – Pr Me
i – Pr +
G = 0.2 D kcal/mol D kcal/mol G = 7.9 Me Cl | | vs N N Me Me (c) (d*) All of these Cl Cl
N Me Me G = 7.0 D kcal/mol D kcal/mol G = 20.5
+ D kcal/mol D kcal/mol G = 7.9 G = 22.9 Circle represent most acidic hydrogens in these molecules. Which of the following is correct representation ? O OH MeO2C
S (c) 3. (d*) All of these F The pH at which maximum hydrate is present in an solution of oxaloacetic acid, is : | | | | | | H -- 2 -O -- C C C CH O H pK a = 2.2 (a*) pH = 0 pK a = 3.98 (b) pH = 12 (c) pH = 4 (d) pH = 6
Compound (C) is : ¾ ¾ ¾ ® heat HO- OH (B) O O (a*) 14 C — CH3 (b) O (c) O O (d) C label OTs no label 6. Product ¾ ¾ ¾ of above reaction is : ® OCOR (b) (d) None of these RCO2 H OCOR (a) (c*) both a and b CH3O OCH3 CN 7. Compound A and B. . Which of the following isomeric hydrocarbons is most acidic ? (a) (b*) (c) Get Ready for IIT-JEE (d) 5. both were treated with NaOH. O O CH3 + OH (A) CH3 C.2 4. ¾+ ¾® ¾B) ¾¾ ¾ ® 2 ¾ ( A) ( ¾ ¾ ¾ CH3O (C) CCH3 150° C H C = CN = CH — Compound (B) reacts acrylonitrile to give (C). structure of compound (A) is : CH2 OCH3 (a) (b*) (c) CH2 (d) . producing a single compound C.
Column-I Reaction Column-II Nature of product formed Column. Increasing order of rate of reaction with HNO3 H2 SO4 is : O O (i) O O O O O O O (ii) O O O 3 (iii) (a) iii < ii< i (c) i < iii < ii (b) ii < iii < i (d*) i < ii < iii 9.IIII Number of chiral center present in product.Get Ready for IIT-JEE 8. (Consider only one isomer in case of racemic mixture or Diastereomer) (a) CH3 H 2 ¾ ¾ ¾ ® CCl 4 (p) Br Racemic mixture (w) 0 (b) CH3 H 2 ¾ ¾ ¾ ® CCl 4 (q) Br Meso (x) 1 (c) CH3 CH 3 Br2 ¾ (r) ¾ ¾ ® CCl 4 Diastereomer (y) 2 H C= =C CH3 (d) H Br2 CCl4 (s) Vicinal dihalide (z) 3 . Match the columns I. II and III (Matrix).
B. Find 10 8 (a) 1.4 H3C H OH H Get Ready for IIT-JEE 10. D.34 ´ cm 10 - . E.5 kg (b) 60. In the preparation of iron from haematite (Fe 2O 3 ) by the reaction with carbon Fe 2O 3 + C ¾ 2 ® Fe + CO How much 80% pure iron could be produced from 120 kg of 90% pure Fe 2O 3 ? (a*) 94. A. C. How many sp 3 hybridised carbon atoms are present in compound (1)? (a) 8 2 (b) 9 (b) 5 (c) 10 (c) 6 (d) 11 (e) 12 (d) 7 (e) 8 (e) 10 How many sp hybridised carbon atoms are present in compound (1) ? (a) 4 How many sp hybridised carbon atoms are present in compound (1) ? (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 6 (d) 8 Which of the following functional group is contained in compound (1) ? (a) A ketone (b) An alcohol (c) A carboxylic acid (d) An ester How many asymmetric (stereogenic) centres are present in compound (1) ? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 1. H HO Ethynylestradiol (1) H The synthetic steroid ethynylestradiol (1) is a compound used in the birth control pill. 1 van der Waals constant b of helium is 24 mL mol .48 kg (c) 116.335 ´ cm (b) 1.335 ´ cm 10 10 8 (c*) 2.67 ´ cm 10 8 (d) 4. .66 kg (d) 120 kg 2.molecular diameter of helium.
0. (II) (v) (d) (I) (iv).303 æP ö (c*) k = log ç ¥ ÷ t 3(P Pt ) è¥ ø (d) none of these 8. what fraction of edge is not covered by atoms? (a) 0. A ¾ ® 2B + C If the total pressure after time t was Pt and after long time (t ® then k in terms of ¥ ) was P¥ and t Pt .72 K (b) 1.54 V 5.aqueous medium.01 M ).2 M AgNO 3 are mixed in 3 : 1 volume ratio.1 bar )|H +10 –3 M )||MnO – ( aq. and 4 ion in The possible equilibrium states are shown in figure as thick line. H ( aq. 9. Now.5 J (b) 1281. 0. 7.86 K ]: (a) 3.93 K (d*) 0.51 V (b*) 1.84 V (d) none of these (a) 1. 5 There exist an equilibrium between solid SrSO 4 and Sr 2+SO 2. (II) (v) 4.268 In an atomic bcc.86 K (c) 0.303 2.Get Ready for IIT-JEE 3. (d) Gold number is the index for extent of gold plating done For a first order homogeneous gaseous reaction.303 æ ö æ ö (a) k = log ç (b) k = log ç ¥ ÷ ÷ t P¥ Pt ø t P¥ Pt ø èè2 2.48 V (c) 1. if equilibrium is disturbed by addition of (a) Sr(NO 3 ) 2 and (b) K 2SO 4 and dotted line represent approach of system toward’s equilibrium.1 M ).32 (b) 0. The depression of freezing point 1 of the resulting solution will be [ K f ( H 2O) = kg mol 1.63 L sealed rigid vessel at 1 atm is heated from -to 27° 73° C C. The charge likely to develop on colloidal particle is positive. Fixed mass of an ideal gas contained in a 24. 0.1 M KI and 0. Calculate change in Gibb’s energy if entropy of gas is a function of temperature as S = 0.279 K (d) 0. Determine the potential of the following cell : Pt|H 2 ( g . Select the correct statement(s) : (a*) A solution is prepared by addition of excess of AgNO 3 solution in KI solution. Match the columns given below : (iii) Sr2+ (iv) 2– SO4 Sr2+ (v) 2– SO4 Sr2+ (vi) 2– SO4 Sr2+ 2– SO4 (I) addition of Sr(NO3 ) 2 (II) addition of K 2SO 4 (a) (I) (iii). 0.(II) (v) (c) (I) (vi).01 M )|Pt Given : E° – MnO4| Mn 2+ = 1.1 kJ) 2 + T (J/K): (Use 1 atm L = 10 2 (a) 1231.5 J (d) 0 . P¥ is : P¥ 2P 2.16 (c*) 0.134 6. 0. (II) (iv) (b*) (I)(iv). 4 2+ + Mn ( aq. ( aq. (b*) The effects of pressure on physical adsorption is high if temperature is low (c) Ultracentrifugation process is used for preparation of lyophobic colloids.5 J (c*) 781.
Column-I Get Ready for IIT-JEE Column-II (A) Orbital angular momentum of an electron (B) Angular momentum of an electron in an orbit (C) Spin angular momentum of an electron (D) Magnetic moment of atom (P) (Q) h s( s + 1) 2p n( n + 2) (R) nh 2p (S) h l( l + 1) 2p * Answer : A – S.48Å 13. (b*) 1. B – R.48Å (c) 1. Which is the correct order of ionization energies? (a) F – > F > Cl – > Cl (b*) F > Cl > Cl – > F – (c) F – > Cl – > Cl > F 12. 1. In the isoelectronic series of metal carbonyl.6 10. the CO bond strength is expected to increase in the order : (a) [Mn(CO) 6 ]+ (b*) < 6 ] < 6 ][Cr(CO) [V(CO) [V(CO)6 ]< 6 ] <[Mn(CO)6 ]+ [Cr(CO) (c) [V(CO) 6 ]<[Mn(CO) 6 ]+ < 6] [Cr(CO) (d) [Cr(CO) 6 ] <[Mn(CO) 6 ]+ < 6 ][V(CO) . 1. (d) F – > Cl – > F – > Cl Ionization energy of an element is : (a*) Equal in magnitude but opposite in sign to the electron gain enthalpy of the cation of the element (b) Same as electron affinity of the element (c*) Energy required to remove one valence electron from an isolated gaseous atom in its ground state (d) Equal in magnitude but opposite in sign to the electron gain enthalpy of the anion of the element O 2 F2 is an unstable yellow orange solid and H 2O 2 is a colourless liquid. 1. both have O—O bond and O—O bond length in H 2O 2 and O 2 F2 respectively is : (a) 1. Which of the following equilibria would have highest and lowest value of K p at a common temperature.22 Å (d) 1.48Å.48 Å.22Å. which of the following statement is/are correct? (a*) Two C—H bonds are in the same plane of axial S—F bonds (b) Two C—H bonds are in the same plane of equatorial S—F bonds (c*) Total six atoms are in the same plane (d) Equatorial S—F plane is perpendicular to plane of p -bond 15. 16.22Å. (a*) BeCO 3 (b) CaCO 3 BeO + CO 2 CaO + CO 2 (c) SrCO 3 (d*) BaCO 3 SrO + CO 2 BaO + CO 2 In the structure of H 2CSF4 . 1. C – P D – Q .22Å 14. 11.
Selectcorrectstatement(s): (I) When excess FeCl 3 solution is added to K 4[Fe(CN) 6 ] solution. C – P Q. S. number of d-electrons 7 Which of the following statements is true ? (a) In [PtCl 2 (NH 3 ) 2 ]2+ the cis form is optically inactive while trans form is optically active (b*) In [Fe(C 2O 4 )3 ] 3 – .salt solution . Fe 2+ 21. H 2O 2 /H+ . II 22. optical isomerism cannot be observed 19. (b) geometry. Cu 2+ salt solution (b*) H 2O 2 / H+ . H 2O 2 /OH . (b) III. III II Fe [Fe (CN) 6 ] is also formed due to side redox reaction (III) Fe III [Fe II (CN) 6 ]is paramagnetic while Fe II [Fe III (CN) 6 ]is diamagnetic (IV) Fe III [Fe II (CN) 6 ]is diamagnetic while Fe II [Fe III (CN) 6 ]is paramagnetic (a*) I. Fe (c) H 2O 2 /OH -O 2 /H + salt solution . R. The D 4 ]2– will be : for [CoCl (a) 18000 cm –1 (b) 16000 cm –1 B Yellow solution Y (c*) 8000 cm –1 C Deep blue solution (d) 2000 cm –1 20. .[Fe III (CN) 6 ]. H2 . B – Q. colour 18. R. S. magnetic moment (c*) magnetic moment. in addition to Fe II [Fe III (CN) 6 ]. [Fe(H 2O) 6 ]2+ and [Fe(CN) 6 ]4– differ in : (a) geometry. IV (c) both (a) and (b) (d) None of these Column-I (Pair of com plexes) Column-II (Property which is similar in given pair) (A) [Fe(CN) 6 ]3– and [Co(NH 3 ) 6 ]2+ (B) [Fe(H 2O) 6 ]2+ and [Fe(CN) 6 ]4– (C) [Ni(CN) 4 ]4– and [Ni(CO) 4 ] (D) [Ni(H 2O) 6 ]2+ and [NiCl 4 ]2– (P) Magnetic moment (Q) Geometry (R) Hybridisation (S) Number of d-electrons * Answer : A – P Q. hybridization (d) hybridization. H 2O 2 / OH -3+ salt solution . square planar complexes show both optical as well as geometrical isomerism (d) In Mabcd tetrahedral complex. . Co 2+ (d) H 2O 2 /neutral medium. Fe II (II) When FeCl 2 is added to K 3[Fe(CN) 6 ] solution. in addition to is also Fe III [Fe II (CN) 6 ]. A Pale yellow solution X A Regenerated Z The sequential unknown reagents is/are: (a) H 2O 2 /neutral medium. The CFSE for [(CoCl) 6 ]4– complex is 18000 cm –1 . .Get Ready for IIT-JEE 17. geometrical isomerism does not exist while optical isomerism exists (c) In Mabcd.formed due to side redox reaction . D – P S .
When dilute hydrochloric acid is gradually added to the solution. a precipitate is formed which dissolves with further addition of the acid. BaCl 2 . –1 b. Na 2SO 4 (c*) Na 2CO 3 . Which of the following combination of compounds is soluble in water? (a) BaCl 2 and AgNO 3 (b) AgNO 3 and NaOH (c) BaCl 2 and Na 2SO 4 (d*) ZnSO 4 and excess NaOH The aqueous solution of mixture gives white precipitate with dil. ZnSO 4 and NaOH. It confirms: (a) BaCl 2 + (b) Na 2SO 4 + NaOH NaOH (c*) ZnSO 4 + (d) AgNO 3 + NaOH NaOH The white precipitate is: (a) ZnSO 4 (c*) Zn(OH)2 (b) Na 2ZnO 2 (d) ZnCl 2 b. All hypervalent molecules must have dp -pp but the molecules having back bonding bonding need not to have always dp -pp -bonding.8 Get Ready for IIT-JEE PASSAGE PASSAGE H 2O CO2 1 SO2 Na 2S/ I 2 Ag + / salt Na ¾ B ¾ ¾ ¾plex) ® A ¾ C ¾¾ ® ®®® ¾¾ D E (com D a. HCl which dissolves in excess of dil. 2 The molecule in which an atom is associated with more than 8 electrons is known as hypervalent molecule and less than 8 electrons is known as hypovalent molecule. 0 (c*) +6. HCl. . Na 2SO 4 . Na 2SO 3 The compound D is : (a) Na 2SO 4 (b) Na 2S 4O 6 (b) NaHCO 3 . AgNO 3 . b. a. c. +2 (b) +4. c. Oxidation number of each ‘S’ atom in compound D : (a) +2. c. –2 PASSAGE PASSAGE a. The mixture is completely soluble in water and solution gives pink colour with phenolphthalein. Na 2SO 4 (d) None of these (c) Na 2S 2O 5 (d*) Na 2S 2O 3 (d) +5. Which of the molecule is not hypovalent but completes its octet : (a) AlCl 3 (b) AlBr2 (c*) AlF3 Which of the following molecule is having complete octet : (a) BeCl 2 (dimer) (b) BeH 2 (dimer) (c) BeH 2 (s) Which of the following molecule is not having dp -pp : -bonding (a) SO 2 (b) P4O10 (c) PF3 (d) BF3 (d*) BeCl 2 (s) (d*) B 3 N 3 H 6 PASSAGE PASSAGE 3 An unknown mixture contains one or two of the following : CaCO 3 . The compound B and C are : (a) Na 2CO 3 .
4.21 ( 2m)( 2υ υ m 0 0)Sol.Get Ready for IIT-JEE 9 Mechanics for IIT-JEE Vol. At initial instant ® ® ® v A CM =-g = v A g v CM υ 0i ® ® ® v B CM =-g =i v B g v CM 2υ 0 At maximum stretch Initial state υ0 υ0 2υ B/CM = A/CM = 0 υ m 2m 0 υ 0 l0+ xm CM frame CM frame (b) Fig. (iii) Minimum velocity of block A and B in ground (a) frame.21 υ 0 From work energy equation in CM frame We get w spring = D CM KE system 1 2 1 ( 2m)( m) 2 . Fig.= kX m 0 ( 3υ 0) 2 2 ( 2m + m) 1 2 1æ 2 ç ( 3υ kX m = ö ) 2 m÷ 0 2 2è 3 ø or 6m Xm = 0 υ k . 1 By : Er. 4. υ = υ CM = 0 3m 1. Now we have to calculate the : (i) Maximum stretch in spring B A 2υ υ 0 0 (ii) Maximum velocity of block A and B in ground m 2m frame. Anurag Mishra Initially blocks A and B are given impulse in opposite directions as shown in figure.
Thus | v Amin | = 0 ® ® Minimum velocity of B is attained at the instant B is moving toward left (opposite v CM ) and velocity magnitude is υ figure) 0 (see Thus | v Bmin | = 0 ® . 4. 4. ® ® v A ground is maximum when v A CM has maximum magnitude and is in same direction as vector frame frame ® v CM ground .10 Blocks return to relaxed state Get Ready for IIT-JEE Block diagrams representing situation when block returns to relaxed state ì í î m m (c) Fig.21 υ 2υ B/CM = 0 υυ A/CM = 0 2m υ 0 What appears in CM frame υ 0 A/g = 3υ υ B/g = 0 2m What appears in ground frame When spring again regains its natural length in CM frame. Most Important Concept ® ®® v A ground = v A CM + ground v CM frame frame frame similarly ® ®® v B ground = v B CM + ground v CM frame frame frame Note that velocity of any block in ground frame is superposition of two velocity vectors.22 υ ® 0 |vA/CM| = 2 A υ 0 ® ® ®® | v A max | = | v A CM |+ ground | = | v CM 2υ 0 frame frame Similarly ® ® ® v B max | = | v B CM | + ground | = | v CM 3υ 0 frame frame Minimum velocity of A is attained when block is at equilibrium ® ® position (spring is relaxed) and v A CM and v CM g are opposite to each other. frame Similarly v A ground is minimum when v A CM frame ® ® frame and v CM ground vectors are in opposite direction. velocity of block in CM frame and velocity of CM with respect to ground. frame ® |vB/CM| = υ 0 B CM frame Fig.
= ç ö ÷ + = +υ è 5ø 5 5 5 5 υ when spring is at maximum extension. B and spring Sol. υ2m A Fig. Two blocks A and B of masses 2m & 3m placed on smooth horizontal surface are connected with a light spring.= left υ è 5ø 5 υ 4 4 B == υ υ υ to right .υ 3m υ = CM = 5m 5 Step 2: In COM frame Initial velocity of Initial velocity of υ6υ ç ÷ A=æ ö to . 4E. 5 Velocity variation A in ground frame from Thus minimum velocity of A is .Get Ready for IIT-JEE 2. The two blocks are given velocities as shown when spring is at natural length.= 5 5 5 Blocks are executing SHM in CM frame with initial position as equilibrium position Step III: Velocity variation of B in ground frame.30 K 3m B 11 υ Column-I (A) minimum magnitude of velocity of A ( υduring motion Amin ) (P) Column-II υ υ 5 0 7υ 5 (B) maximum magnitude of velocity of A ( υ during motion (Q) Amax ) (C) maximum magnitude of velocity of B ( υ Bmax )during motion (R) (D) velocity of centre of mass ( υ the system comprised of (S) CM ) of blocks A. Step I: ( 3mυ υ ). considering right as +ve form so 4υ υυ 3 æ υto 4υ ç ö ÷ +υ + = = è 5ø 5 5 5 5 & |υ 0 |υ υmin |= Bmax | = B 6υ 7 υυ 6 υ æ υ to .
5 ´ 50N from t =t = 0 to 4 sec F= 2st 0£ t£ 4 = 40N 4< t£ 7 Block begins to move at t = after that 2 sec. The 10 kg block is resting on the horizontal surface when the force 'F' is applied to it for 7 second. 2E. ..12 3.60 F or.60 .e.50. dυ .60 7 t(s) N µN mg (b) Fig. Total time interval for which block moves t = to t = 2 sec. mdυ Fm N= dt dυ 25t 50 = 10 dt υ 4 Get Ready for IIT-JEE F(N) 100 10 kg F 40 Sol. Calculate the maximum velocity reached by the block and the total time 't' during which the block is in motion. 3 sec. block retards due to greater friction force Velocity of block at t = 7 sec (i. The variation of 'F' with time is shown. 7. υ5m/s initial = F = 40N µkN = 5 0 N (c) Fig. 4 (a) Fig. 5. after force becomes 40 N) υ1 ´ = 3 5= 2m s At t = force F is now only friction acts 7 sec. Block begins to move when F= m N =100 = 0. 2E.5 5)dt (2 ò=t ò 0 2 2 .9 sec i. The coefficient of static and kinetic friction are both 0. 2E.4 sec. 5t 2 υ = 5t 2 2 4 = 5m s After t = 4 sec.e..a sυ = 10 a =2 5m s 0 =) ´ 2(s t t = 4 sec.
25 (0 8) = 2 a 5 or. When horizontal component force is reversed. Concept Kinetic friction is opposite to relative velocity it opposes relative motion. 2E.+7 ´ ´ ( 20 ´ .ma m k 4 20 ´ 25 ´´ .Get Ready for IIT-JEE 4. a = s2 9m 2 0 =2as.61 Fsin37° N Fcos37° µkN mg=20N (b) Fig. block continues along original direction. 2E.8= 0. Stage 1: Motion till force reverses its direction N = F sin 37 ° mg 3 = ´ 20 20 5 = 8N F cos 37°N = . After the block has moved a distance of 8m to the right the direction of horizontal component of the force F is reversed in direction. A force of 20 N is applied to a block at rest as shown in figure. Fsin37° Fcos37° Stage 2: µk N ¾ m s ® υ = 112 is reversed.61 Sol. Find the velocity with which block arrives at its starting point. but due to retardetion created F cos 37° by m F cos 37° travels till it stops.25 m=2kg (a) Fig. υ 2 υ s= 2 a (112) 56 == m 2 ´9 9 Displacement of block in this phase . relative velocity is not changed therefore. block N and k -37 °N ) ma ( F cos += m k 4 . direction of kinetic friction does not change. 2 a 5 a =2 7m s Velocity of block after displacement of 8 m υ ´= s = ´12 m 2 7 8 13 37° µ=0.
mg m k a =2 7m s Velocity of block when it returns to original position 2 υas = 2 Get Ready for IIT-JEE Fsin37° Fcos37° N mg (c) Fig. It slides till end of the carriage (The friction between the body and the slope and also friction between carriage and horizontal floor is negligible) Coefficient of friction between block and carriage is mminimum h in the given terms.14 Stage 3: Which block returns its a acceleration is: F cos 37°N = .ö a m gæ 1 è ø M Relative velocity of block when block moves through distance x with respect to carriage 2 2 υυ arel x rel = 2 rel + m when x = = Þ m ö l. 2E.102 Sol. motion of block as seen from carriage u rel = 2gh υ 0 = m arel = 2 = + a1 -. velocity of block.61 µk N æ56÷ ç = + 2´ 7´ ö 8 è9 ø 16 7 υ m s = 3 5. use relative motion equations of kinematics. υ0 2gh = + 2 gæ l 1 rel è ø M Þ æm h= ö m l 1+ è ø M . A carriage of mass M and length l is joined to the end of a slope as shown in the figure. Find Mö æ l æm ÷ ç ç l (a) m ÷ (b) 2 m ö 1+ 1+ èm ø è ø M mö mö æ l æ l ç ç (c) m ÷ (d) m ÷ 2+ 1+ èM ø è ø M m h M smooth Fig. . A block of mass m is released from the slope from height h. Concept: Block slips relative to carriage. 2E. 2E.102 M considering this moment as t = 0. just before reaching carriage υ2gh 0 = Now acceleration of block N A a1 N A mg µmg a2 µmg µmg m mg a1 = -= m g mg m (b) m mg acceleration of carriage a2 = Fig.
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