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1. A square loop and an electric dipole are fixed on a light plastic plate. The loop carries a current i
as shown in the figure. A dipole is at the centre of the loop in the direction shown. Electric and
magnetic fields exist in the region such that there is no net torque on the plate due to them. If
the magnetic field is in the plane of the plate as shown in the figure the electric field must be
(a) Along negative y direction
(b) Along positive y direction
(c) Along negative z direction
(d) Along positive z direction
2. Positive electric charge is distributed uniformly on the surface of a thin spherical shell made of a
non conducting material. The sphere is cut into two hemispheres and the top hemisphere is
removed. P is a point that lies in the plane of the rim of the bottom hemisphere, while O is the
centre of the rim. If is the electric field at P, then
(a) is normal to the plane of the rim, pointing
downwards
(b) is directed along
(c)
(d) is normal to the plane of the rim, pointing upwards
3. Two equal positive charges A and B are kept fixed at the positions shown in the figure. A negative
charge is released from the origin. When u is equal to a certain angle u
1
, the negative charge
starts moving along the Xaxis, whereas when u is equal to another angle u
2
, it starts moving
along the positive Yaxis. The value of u
1
and u
2
are,
. .
P O
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4. An electric charge +q is located at each of the points on the x
axis, and a charge –q is located at each of the points on the
same axis. Here s is a constant >1. The electrostatic potential at the origin due to the array of
charges is
5. An electron (magnitude of charge e, mass m) is moving in a circular orbit in a magnetic field of
magnitude B. If the orbit contains an integer number n of de Broglie wavelength, the energy of
the electron is (h = Planck’s constant)
(a) (b)
(c) (d)
u
B
15 cm
10 cm
A
Y
X
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6. A source emits sound having a range of frequencies, the distribution of intensity I(ν) sketched in
the figure.
An observer moves with a speed u towards the source. Which of the following represents the
intensity distribution as determined by the observer?
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7. An equilateral prism ABC is made of a material of
refractive index . A narrow parallel beam of
monochromatic light falls on the face AB. The beam
coming out from the face AC has minimum deviation
from the original path. A part of the beam also comes
out of the face BC after undergoing one reflection at
AC. The angle between the beams coming out from
these two surfaces is
(a) 150° (b) 90°
(c ) 135° (d) 120°
8. An ideal gas undergoes two successive processes A and B. In the process A, the values of the
increase ∆U in internal energy and the work W done by the gas are ∆U= 72J and W=72J,
respectively. For the process B, ∆U=0.
(a) Process A is adiabatic, process B is isochoric
(b) Process A is adiabatic, process B is isothermal
(c) Process A is isothermal, process B is adiabatic
(d) Process A is isobaric, process B is adiabatic
9. A thermally conducting piston can move
freely in a thermally insulated cylindrical
vessel, separating two compartments.
Compartment 1 contains 14mg of N
2
gas
and compartment 2 contains 20mg of He
gas. When the piston attains its
equilibrium position, the length of
compartment 1 becomes L
1
and that of
compartment 2 becomes L
2
(see figure). The molecular weight of nitrogen is 28 and that of
helium is 4. Then the ratio is
(a) 10/1 c) 49/10
(b) 1/10 d) 10/49
B
A
N
2
He
1 2
Piston
C
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10. A solid rectangular parallelepiped has sides of lengths x, y and z, respectively. The solid is
pulled along the z – direction which produces an extension ∆z in this direction. The relative
lateral contractions in the x and y directions are given by = = , where v is a
constant. The relative change in the volume of the solid is given by
(a)
(b)
(c )
(d)
Comprehensive: Question no.11  13
Newton’s law, f=ma, for a particle of mass m is applicable only in inertial frames. If a frame moves
linearly with an acceleration a
0
with respect to the earth (assumed to be an inertial frame), the
acceleration of the particle is given by ma . The term (m ) is known as
the pseudoforce acting on the particle in this frame.
Now consider the situation shown in the adjacent figure. A rectangular box ABCD( as shown below
in the picture) of mass M is made to fall vertically with an acceleration of 2g, as seen from the
ground. The sides AB and CD remain horizontal. The sides AD and BC are of length H. A robot firmly
attached to the box holds an object of mass m at the center of the box.
11. The pseudoforce on the object as seen from the box frame is
(a) 2mg upwards
(b) 2mg downwards
(c) 2Mg downwards
(d) 2Mg upwards
H
2g
C
D
A
B
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12. The net force (pseudoforce + all real forces) on the object as seen from the box frame is
(a) mg downwards
(b) 2mg downwards
(c) 0
(d) mg upwards
13. Now the robot releases the object. It will hit
(a) CD in time square root of 2H/g
(b) AB in time square root of H/g
(c) AB in time square root of 2H/g
(d) CD in time square root of H/g
14. The species with metal ion having d
5
configuration is
(a) K
4
[Fe(CN)
6
]
(b) [Co(NH
3
)
6
]PO
4
(c) K
4
[Mn(CN)
6
]
(d) [Co(NH
3
)
5
(SO
4
)]NO
3
15. The monobasic acid among the following is
(a) H
3
PO
3
(b) H
2
S
2
O
7
(c) H
3
PO
2
(d) H
4
P
2
O
7
16. The best explosive among the following is
N
N
N
N
Me
N
N
N
N
NH
N
N
N
N
N N
N
N
N
N
N
Me
Me
(a) (b) (c)
(d)
Cl

17. An organic compound on treatment with chromic acid/H
2
SO
4
gave a clear orange solution
which turned greenish and opaque immediately. The compound is
OH
COOH
O
OH
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
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18. Among the following, the homo polymer is
HN CH
2
C
O
NH CH
2
C
O
NH (CH
2
)
6
NH C
O
(CH
2
)
4
C
O
CH
2
CH CH CH
2
CH
2
H
C O CH
CH
3
CH
2
C
O
O CH
CH
2
CH
3
CH
2
C
O
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
5
n
n
n
19. The correct IUPAC nomenclature of the given compound is
H
2
N CH
2
CH
CH
2
CH
OH
COOC
2
H
5
CH
2
CN
(a) ethyl 3aminomethyl5cyano2hydroxypentanoate
(b) 4aminomethyl5ethoxycarbonyl5hydroxypentanenitrile
(c) 2aminomethyl4cyano1ethoxycarbonylbutanol
(d) Ethyl 4amino3cyanoethyl2hydroxybutanoate
20. Standard molar enthalpies of several substances are summarised pictorially below. The correct
representation is
21. The observed rate of a chemical reaction is substantially lower than the collision frequency. One
or more of the following statements is/are true to account for this fact.
A. the reactants do not have the required energy
B. the partners do not collide in the proper orientation
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C. collision complex exists for a very short time
D. collision frequency overestimates the number of effective collisions
(a) A, B & C
(b) A, B & D
(c) B, C & D
(d) A, C & D
22. The correct statement(s) for alkali halides is/are
A. metal excess defects make NaCl yellow
B. metal excess defects make LiCl, NaCl and KCl coloured
C. metal excess defects make NaCl yellow but has no effect on LiCl
D. metal excess defects make both NaCl and KCl coloured
(a) A & B
(b) A & C
(c) A, B & D
(d) A
23. For the cell reaction, Mg(s) + 2 Ag
+
(aq) Mg
2+
(aq) + 2 Ag(s), E
o
(cell)
is 3.17 V at 298 K. The values of
E
(cell)
, ∆G
o
and Q at Ag
+
and Mg
2+
concentrations of 0.001 and 0.02 M, respectively are
(a) 3.04 V, 605.8 kJ mol
1
, 20000
(b) 3.04 V, 611.8 kJ mol
1
, 20000
(c) 3.13 V, 604.0 kJ mol
1
, 20
(d) 3.04 V, 611.8 kJ mol
1
, 20000
24. Amongst the following, the most thermally stable polymer is
(a) Polyethylene
(b) polypropylene
(c) polystyrene
(d) poly α methylstyrene
25. Pick the group which does not contain a neutral oxide
(a) NO
2
, P
4
O
10
, Al
2
O
3
, NO
(b) MgO, N
2
O
5
, SO
3
, N
2
O
(c) CO
2
, SO
3
, CaO, XeO
3
(d) CO, SiO
2
, SnO
2
, Na
2
O
3
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26. The three porbitals, of a pblock element E, combine to form p
3
hybrid orbitals in compound
EX
3
. The XEX bond angle in EX
3
is
(a) 109
o
(b) 120
o
(c) 134
o
(d) 90
o
27. Let
2
0
( ) 3 ( ) 1
x
f x t f t dt = +
}
, [0, ). xe · Then (1) f
is
a) 1
b) e
c)
2
e
d)
6
e
28. The general solution of the differential equation
2
( 4) 0 ydx x dy ÷ ÷ = satisfies
a)
4
2
2
x
y c
x
÷
=
+
b)
4
2
2
x
y c
x
+
=
÷
c)
2
2
2
x
y c
x
÷
=
+
d)
2
2
2
x
y c
x
+
=
÷
29. If ( ) [ ] f x x = denotes the greatest integer function, then
1.5
2 2
0
([ ] [ ] ) x x dx ÷
}
is
a)
3
2
2
÷
b) 135/64
c)
3
2
2
+
d) 0
30. The value of
1/
lim( )
x x
x
e x
÷·
+
is
a) 0
b) 1
c) e
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d) ·
31. Let
1 2 3
, , z z z be complex numbers of modulus1 satisfying
2 2
1 2 1 3
    4 z z z z ÷ + ÷ = . Then,
a)
1 2
0 z z + =
b)
2 3
0 z z + =
c)
1 3
2 0 z z + =
d)
1 2 3
0 z z z + + =
32. The number of ways in which 7 balls can be put in 7 bags such that atmost 5 bags are empty is
a)
7
7
b)
7
7 7 ÷
c)
7
7 5 ÷
d)
7
7 2 ÷
33.
1 1
2 1
tan 2tan
11 7
÷ ÷
+
is
a)
1
36
tan
77
÷
b)
1
1
tan
2
÷
c)
1
tan
7
1
÷
d)
1
36
tan
73
÷
34. A traffic police reports that 20 percent of the vehicles passing through a check point are from
outside the state. Then the probability that more than 8 of the next 10 vehicles are from the
state is
a)
9
14 4
1
5 5
( ) ÷
b)
9
41 1
5 5
( )
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c)
9
14 4
5 5
( )
d)
9
41 1
1
5 5
( ) ÷
35. Let a,b,c be three nonzero vectors such that c is not orthogonal to b. If r=xi + yj+zk (i,j,k
are unit vectors) satisfies r x b = a x b and r.c =0 then r x a is
a) (a.c / b.c) (axb)
b) (a.c / b.c) (bxc)
c) (a.c / b.c) (cxa)
d) (a.c / b.c) (bxa)
36. Let an object be placed at some height h cm and let P and Qbe two points of observation
which are at a distance 10 cmapart on a line inclined at an angle 15
°
to the horizontal. If the
angles of elevation of the object from P and Qare 30
°
and60
°
, respectively, then h is
a) 5 2
b) 5/ 2
c) 5 6
d) 5 3
37. An unbiased die is rolled until two consecutive trials result in even numbered faces. The
probability that exactly six trials are required to get two consecutive even numbered faces is
(a)
6
1
5
2
( ) (b)
6
1
6( )
2
(c )
6
1
4( )
2
(d)
6
1
6( )
6
38. A student is allowed to select at most n
books from a collection of 2 1 n+
books. If the
total number of ways in which a student can select atleast one book is 63, then n
is
a) 9
b) 3
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c) 8
d) 4
39. The sum of the series 1 (3/2) + (5/4) – (7/8) +……
is
a) 0
b) 2/9
c) 2/3
d) e
40. A group of 47 students received 27 medals in football, 26 medals in basket ball and 28 medals in
cricket, out of which 8 students got medals in all the three events. Then the number of students
who received medals in exactly two of the events is
a) 42
b) 34
c) 26
d) 18
End of questions
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An equilateral prism ABC is made of a material of refractive index . A part of the beam also comes out of the face BC after undergoing one reflection at AC. process B is isochoric (b) Process A is adiabatic. process B is adiabatic (d) Process A is isobaric. separating two compartments. the length of compartment 1 becomes compartment 2 becomes 1 N2 2 He L1 and that of L2 (see figure). CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 7. process B is isothermal (c) Process A is isothermal. An ideal gas undergoes two successive processes A and B. Then the ratio (a) 10/1 (b) 1/10 c) 49/10 d) 10/49 ISAT 2010 – Paper II 4 SETB .B A ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. The molecular is weight of nitrogen is 28 and that of helium is 4. In the process A. A narrow parallel beam of monochromatic light falls on the face AB. process B is adiabatic Piston 9. respectively. the values of the increase ∆U in internal energy and the work W done by the gas are ∆U= 72J and W=72J. Compartment 1 contains 14mg of N2 gas and compartment 2 contains 20mg of He gas. The beam coming out from the face AC has minimum deviation from the original path. When the piston attains its equilibrium position. For the process B.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4 OF 12 SET . The angle between the beams coming out from these two surfaces is B C (a) 150° (c ) 135° (b) 90° (d) 120° 8. A thermally conducting piston can move freely in a thermally insulated cylindrical vessel. ∆U=0. (a) Process A is adiabatic.
The pseudoforce on the object as seen from the box frame is (a) (b) (c) (d) 2mg upwards 2mg downwards 2Mg downwards 2Mg upwards ISAT 2010 – Paper II 5 SETB .B ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. y and z. A rectangular box ABCD( as shown below in the picture) of mass M is made to fall vertically with an acceleration of 2g. The term (m ) is known as the pseudoforce acting on the particle in this frame. D C H A 2g B 11. The sides AD and BC are of length H. as seen from the ground. CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 10.11 .Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 5 OF 12 SET . Now consider the situation shown in the adjacent figure. A solid rectangular parallelepiped has sides of lengths x. The solid is pulled along the z – direction which produces an extension ∆z in this direction.13 Newton’s law. A robot firmly attached to the box holds an object of mass m at the center of the box. where is a constant. The relative lateral contractions in the x and y directions are given by = = . The relative change in the volume of the solid is given by (a) (b) (c ) (d) Comprehensive: Question no. f=ma. for a particle of mass m is applicable only in inertial frames. respectively. If a frame moves linearly with an acceleration a0 with respect to the earth (assumed to be an inertial frame). the acceleration of the particle is given by ma . The sides AB and CD remain horizontal.
It will hit (a) CD in time square root of 2H/g (b) AB in time square root of H/g (c) AB in time square root of 2H/g (d) CD in time square root of H/g 14. (b) (c) (d) An organic compound on treatment with chromic acid/H2SO4 gave a clear orange solution which turned greenish and opaque immediately. The net force (pseudoforce + all real forces) on the object as seen from the box frame is (a) (b) (c) (d) mg downwards 2mg downwards 0 mg upwards 13. Now the robot releases the object.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 6 OF 12 SET . CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 12.B ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. The species with metal ion having d5 configuration is (a) K4[Fe(CN)6] (b) [Co(NH3)6]PO4 (c) K4[Mn(CN)6] (d) [Co(NH3)5(SO4)]NO3 15. The compound is OH COOH O OH (a) ISAT 2010 – Paper II (b) 6 (c) (d) SETB . The best explosive among the following is N N N N N N NH N N N N Me N N N Me Cl N N N N N N Me (a) 17. The monobasic acid among the following is (a) H3PO3 (b) H2S2O7 (c) H3PO2 (d) H4P2O7 16.
Standard molar enthalpies of several substances are summarised pictorially below. The correct representation is 21. the partners do not collide in the proper orientation ISAT 2010 – Paper II 7 SETB . The correct IUPAC nomenclature of the given compound is OH CH CH COOC2H5 CH2 CH2 CN H2N CH2 (a) (b) (c) (d) ethyl 3aminomethyl5cyano2hydroxypentanoate 4aminomethyl5ethoxycarbonyl5hydroxypentanenitrile 2aminomethyl4cyano1ethoxycarbonylbutanol Ethyl 4amino3cyanoethyl2hydroxybutanoate 20. A.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 7 OF 12 SET . the reactants do not have the required energy B. One or more of the following statements is/are true to account for this fact. the homo polymer is (a) O HN CH2 C NH CH2 5 O C n O O (b) NH (CH2)6 NH C (CH2)4 C n (c) H CH2 CH CH CH2 CH2 C n (d) O CH CH2 CH3 O O C O CH CH2 C CH2CH3 19. CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 18.B ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. The observed rate of a chemical reaction is substantially lower than the collision frequency. Among the following.
13 V. NaCl and KCl coloured C. metal excess defects make LiCl. SiO2. metal excess defects make NaCl yellow but has no effect on LiCl D. N2O (c) CO2. C & D (d) A. The values of E(cell). metal excess defects make both NaCl and KCl coloured (a) A & B (b) A & C (c) A.04 V. XeO3 (d) CO. CaO.8 kJ mol1. collision frequency overestimates the number of effective collisions (a) A. Al2O3. Eo(cell) is 3. 20 (d) 3. N2O5.8 kJ mol1. B & D (c) B.04 V. 611.17 V at 298 K.methylstyrene 25. NO (b) MgO. The correct statement(s) for alkali halides is/are A. Amongst the following. B & C (b) A. C & D 22. collision complex exists for a very short time D.02 M. 605. respectively are (a) 3. P4O10. Na2O3 ISAT 2010 – Paper II 8 SETB . 20000 (c) 3. 20000 24. CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS C. B & D (d) A 23. Mg(s) + 2 Ag+(aq) Mg2+(aq) + 2 Ag(s).Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 8 OF 12 SET . the most thermally stable polymer is (a) Polyethylene (b) polypropylene (c) polystyrene (d) poly α. SO3.04 V.001 and 0. SnO2.0 kJ mol1. 20000 (b) 3. metal excess defects make NaCl yellow B. 604. For the cell reaction.B ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. ∆Go and Q at Ag+ and Mg2+ concentrations of 0. SO3. Pick the group which does not contain a neutral oxide (a) NO2. 611.8 kJ mol1.
x [0. Let f ( x) 3 t 2 f (t )dt 1 . CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 26.B ISAT 2010 PAPER II – PHYSICS. The XEX bond angle in EX3 is (a) (b) (c) (d) 109o 120o 134o 90o 27.5 ([ x ] [ x] )dx 2 2 0 is 3 2 2 b) 135/64 3 2 c) 2 d) 0 a) 30. The value of lim(e x x)1/ x is x a) 0 b) 1 c) e ISAT 2010 – Paper II 9 SETB . of a pblock element E.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 9 OF 12 SET . The three porbitals. The general solution of the differential equation ydx ( x 4)dy 0 satisfies x2 x2 x2 b) y 4 c x2 x2 c) y 2 c x2 x2 d) y 2 c x2 a) y 4 c 29. combine to form p3 hybrid orbitals in compound EX3. Then f (1) is 0 x a) b) c) d) 1 e e2 e6 2 28. then 1. ). If f ( x) [ x] denotes the greatest integer function.
CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 31. A traffic police reports that 20 percent of the vehicles passing through a check point are from outside the state.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 10 OF 12 SET .B ISAT 2010 d) PAPER II – PHYSICS. Then. 2 1 2 tan 1 11 7 is 36 77 1 b) tan 1 2 1 c) tan 1 7 36 d) tan 1 73 a) tan 1 34. a) z1 z2 0 b) z2 z3 0 c) z1 2 z3 0 d) z1 z2 z3 0 32. Then the probability that more than 8 of the next 10 vehicles are from the state is 14 4 9 ( ) 5 5 41 1 9 () b) 5 5 a) 1 ISAT 2010 – Paper II 10 SETB . Let z1 . z3 be complex numbers of modulus 1 satisfying  z1 z2 2  z1 z3 2 4 . z2 . The number of ways in which 7 balls can be put in 7 bags such that atmost 5 bags are empty is a) 7 7 b) 77 7 c) 77 5 d) 77 2 tan 1 33.
c / b. CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 14 4 9 ( ) 5 5 41 1 d) 1 ( )9 5 5 35.c) (axb) (a. Let an object be placed at some height h cm and let P and Q be two points of observation which are at a distance 10 cm apart on a line inclined at an angle 15 to the horizontal. Let a.b.c) (bxa) 36. If the angles of elevation of the object from P and Q are 30 and 60 . The probability that exactly six trials are required to get two consecutive even numbered faces is 1 6 ) 2 1 (c ) 4( )6 2 (a) 5( 1 (b) 6( ) 6 2 1 6 (d) 6( ) 6 38.c / b.j.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 11 OF 12 SET .k are unit vectors) satisfies r x b = a x b and r. then h is a) 5 2 b) 5 / 2 c) 5 6 d) 5 3 37. If the total number of ways in which a student can select atleast one book is 63.c) (bxc) (a.c be three nonzero vectors such that c is not orthogonal to b. An unbiased die is rolled until two consecutive trials result in even numbered faces. A student is allowed to select at most n books from a collection of 2n 1 books.c / b. If r=xi + yj+zk (i.c) (cxa) (a.c / b.B ISAT 2010 c) PAPER II – PHYSICS. then n is a) 9 b) 3 ISAT 2010 – Paper II 11 SETB .c =0 then r x a is a) b) c) d) (a. respectively.
CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS 39. out of which 8 students got medals in all the three events.B ISAT 2010 c) 8 d) 4 PAPER II – PHYSICS.(3/2) + (5/4) – (7/8) +…… is a) 0 b) 2/9 c) 2/3 d) e 40. 26 medals in basket ball and 28 medals in cricket.Page: ISAT 2010 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 12 OF 12 SET . A group of 47 students received 27 medals in football. Then the number of students who received medals in exactly two of the events is a) b) c) d) 42 34 26 18 End of questions ISAT 2010 – Paper II 12 SETB . The sum of the series 1.
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