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AIEEE-2009
MODEL PAPER - 2
(CHEMISTRY)
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1) The IUPAC name of the product formed during the alkaline hydrolysis of the following
compound is

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H3C

O
Cl

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Cl

1) 1-[3-carboxycyclopentyl]-4-methylbenzene

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2) 1-[3-(formyl)cyclopentyl]-4-methylbenzene
3) 3-(4-methylphenyl)cyclopentanecarbaldehyde
4) 3-(4-methylphenyl)cyclopentanecarboxylic acid
CH D
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2) Graphite is considered as the ultimate of fused benzene rings. On the same lines, which of the
following can be considered as the ultimate of fused ‘inorganic benzene’ rings?
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1) boran carbide 2) borazole 3) boron nitride 4) carborundum


3) If either α-D-Glucose([ ]D = +111o ) or β-D-Glucose([ ]D = +19.2o ) is dissolved separately in
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water and allowed to stand, their specific rotations, [ ]D , gradually change and reach to a
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specific constant value +52.5o. Which of the following equilibrium best represents this
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mutarotation?
OH OH
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H OH HO OH
H
OH H H H H
1)
HO OH H OH
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H OH OH OH

OH OH

H OH HO O OH
H
2) HO OH H H H H
OH H H
H OH OH OH
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OH OH
OH
H O OH O OH
H OH H
3) OH H
HO H H H
H OH H OH

OH OH

H OH H O OH
H H
4) HO OH H OH H
OH HO H
H OH H OH

4) Following sequence of reactions occur during Mac Arthur Forrest process of extraction of
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silver from argentite ore.
NaCN
Ag 2 S 
O2
 A  Na2 SO4
Zn
A   B  Ag 
Consider the following statements about ‘A’ and ‘B’.
a) The geometries of the complexes ‘A’ and ‘B’ are respectively linear and square planar.
b) The central metal ions in ‘A’ and ‘B’ exhibit ‘sp’ and ‘sp3’ hybridisations respectively.
c) The IUPAC name of ‘A’ is Sodium dicyanoargentate(I) and that of ‘B’ is Sodium
tetracyanozincate(II).
d) Both ‘A’ and ‘B’ are paramagnetic and colorless substances.

Choose the INCORRECT statment(s)

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1) a & c 2) a, c & d 3) b & c 4) a & d

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5) When 2.0 mol O2(g) is heated at a constant pressure of 4.25 atm, its temperature increases

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from 260 K to 285 K. Given that the isobaric molar heat capacity of O2 is 29.4 J.K-1 mol-1, the

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change in the internal energy during the process will be
1) 1054 J.K-1 mol-1 2) 416 J.K-1 mol-1 3) 1470 J.K-1 mol-1 4) 1887 J.K-1 mol-1

6)
CH D
In the following reaction sequence,
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CH3 1) O3 conc. NaOD


A products
2) H2O, Zn, 
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the product mixture contains,


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CH3 CH3
COO- COO-
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1) both and
OH D
D HO
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CH3
CH3
COO- COO-
2) both and
H H
HO HO
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CH3 CH3
COO- COO-
3) both and
OH H
H HO

CH3
COO-
4) only
OH
H
7) Consider the following reactions and their differential rate expressions.
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dx
X 
 products ; -  k1[ X ]
dt
dy
Y 
 products ; -  k2
dt
These reactions are started with the 2 M solutions of ‘X’ and ‘Y’ each. It is found that their
initial concentrations are halved in 5 minutes. The respective concentrations of ‘X’ and ‘Y’
after 10 minutes will be

1) 0.5 M & 0.5 M 2) 0.5 M & 0.0 M


3) 0.5 M & 0.25 M 4) 0.125 M & 0.5 M

M
8) The correct increasing order of the acidic strength of the following compounds is

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a) 3-Nitrophenol, b) 2-Nitrophenol, c) water, d) Ethyl alcohol, e) 2-Propanol, f) para cresol

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1) e < d < f < a < b < c 2) c < e < d < f < a < b

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3) e < d < c < f < b < a 4) e < d < c < f < a < b

9) A beaker contains 100 mL of 0.02 M aqueous solution of methylamine. In first step, 50 mL of


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0.02 M HCl solution is added to this and the pH of the resulting solution is found to be 10.6. In
the next step, 50 mL of the 0.01 M H2SO4 solution is added to the beaker. The pH of final
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solution will be
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1) 4.3 2) 9.7 3) 2.7 4) 11.3

10) As shown below, a graph of log x/m against log P values are plotted for adsorption of hydrogen
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gas over 2 gr of finely powdered nickel. ( where x = amount of adsorbate adsorbed, m = weight
of adsorbent and P = equilibrium pressure). What is the amount of hydrogen adsorbed over
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nickel at 2 atm pressure?


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1) 2 gr 2) 4 gr 3) 0.25 gr 4) 0.27 g

11) Which among a) PHBV, b) Buna-S, c) Dacron, d) Neoprene, e) Nylon-6, are the condensation
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copolymers?
1) b,d & e 2) a,c & e 3) a & c 4) b,c & e

12) A 0.2 molar KCl solution is found to be isotonic with 3% glucose solution. The van’t Hoff
factor of KCl solution is (the density of glucose solution is 1 g cm-3)
1) 1.334 2) 0.33 4 3) 1.667 4) 0.667

13) The reaction that occurs at anode of lead storage battery during its charging by external supply
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of electric current is
1) PbSO 4 (s) + 2e- 
 Pb(s) + SO 4 2- (aq)
2) 2PbSO 4 (s) + 2H 2O(l) 
 Pb(s) + PbO 2 (s) + 2H 2SO 4 (aq)
 PbO 2 (s) + SO 4 2- (aq) + 4H + (aq) + 2e-
3) PbSO 4 (s) + 2H 2 O (l ) 
4) Pb(s) + SO 4 2- (aq) 
 PbSO 4 (s) + 2e -

14) The major product formed during the following reaction is


Br
KOH

M
Alcohol, 
CH3

O
OH

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1) 2)

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CH3 CH3

CH D OH
3) 4)
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CH3 CH3
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15) Choose the incorrect order for the given property.


1) NH3 < HF < CH3OH < H2O - Boiling points
2) H2O > H2S > H2Se > H2Te - Bond angle
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3) Se2- < Br- < Rb+ < Sr2+ - Ionic radius


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4) P < S < Ar < K - second ionization energy


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16) Choose the incorrect statement about van der Waals’ equation of state,
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 an 2 
 P   V  nb   nRT
 V2 
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1) The units of ‘a’ and ‘b’ are respectively, atm mol-2 lit2 and lit mol-1.
2) Higher is the value of ‘a’ for a given gas, easier is the liquifaction.
 an 2 
3)  P  
 V 2  is the experimentally determined pressure exerted by a real gas under given
conditions.
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4) V  nb  is the actual volume available to ‘n’ moles of the gas.


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17) The reaction H 2 ( g )  O2 ( g ) 
 H 2O (l ) is used in fuel cells to produce an electric
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current. Given the thermodynamic data:
Molar entropies in J mol-1 K-1 for O2(g) =205; for H2(g)=130.6; for H2O(l) =70
and  f H o of H2O(l) = –285.9 kJ mol–1.
What is the amount of electrical work the same reaction can perform in the fuel cell when
carried out reversibly at 298 K.
1) -237.2 kJ mol-1 2) +285.9 kJ mol-1 3) +237.2 kJ mol-1 1) +2.859 kJ mol-1
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18) The number of S=S bonds in ‘X’ formed in the following reaction is
2 Na2 S2 O3  I 2 
 X  2 NaI
1) 2 2) 4 3) 0 4) 3

19) The orbital which belongs to principal quantum level, n = 5 is

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O
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CH D
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20) Aniline is heated with fuming sulfuric acid at 453-473 K and the final compound obtained is
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subjected to Lassaigne’s test. The coloration observed when the sodium extract obtained is
tested with ferric chloride is
1) Prussian blue 2) Blood red 3) Purple 4) Yellow
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21) Which of the compounds formed in the following reaction sequence gives positive iodoform
test?
1)CH 3 MgBr KMnO4 1) CH 3 MgBr
Ethanal 
2) H O 
 A   B 
2) H O 
C
3 3

1) A and B 2) Only A 3) B and C 4) Only B


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22) The paramagnetic species with bond order 2.5 and containing one odd electron in the anti
bonding orbital is
1) CN 2) NO 3) CO+ 4) C2-

23) The radii of Ca2+ and F- ions respectively are 100 pm and 131 pm. The edge length of the
unit cell in CaF2 is
1) 231 pm 2) 533.5 pm 3) 462 pm 4) 362.5 pm

24) 20 moles of HI containing 25% of I2 as impurity by moles is passed over hot gold catalyst. At
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equilibrium, 40% of HI is found to be dissociated. The Kp value for the following reaction is

 H 2  I2
2HI 

1) 0.815 2) 0.445 3) 2.4 4) 0.732

25) The major mono substituted product expected in the nitration of following compound is
CH 3

H 3C CH 3

Cl

CH 3

M
CH 3 CH 3 CH 3
H 3C CH3 H 3C CH 3
H 3C CH 3 H 3C CH3

O
NO 2 O 2N
1) 2) 3) 4)

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Cl O 2N Cl Cl Cl
NO 2

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26) A metal ‘X’ is dissolved in conc.HCl and liberated hydrogen gas. The solution when diluted
with excess of water, gives a white precipitate (Y). This precipitate (Y) dissolves in excess of
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alkali by giving (Z). The metal ‘X’ can also be dissoved in conc.NaOH by giving (Z) and
liberating hydrogen gas. The metal cannot show oxidation number greater than +2. The metal
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may be
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1) Al 2) Sn 3) Zn 4) All of the above.

27) Assertion(A): Europium can form stable Eu2+ ion besides Eu3+ ion.
Reason(R): Oxidation states of lanthanoids with empty f-orbitals are also quite stable.
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1) Both ‘A’ & ‘R’ are correct ; and ‘R’ is the correct explanation of ‘A’
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2) Both ‘A’ & ‘R’ are correct ; but ‘R’ is not the correct explanation of ‘A’.
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3) ‘A’ is correct but ‘R’ is incorrect


4) ‘A’ is incorrect but ‘R’ is correct.
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28) Two complexes ‘A’ and ‘B’ have the same formula CoCl3.3NH3. Aqueous solutions of both
of them do not give any precipitate with AgNO3 solution. They have different melting points.
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Then ‘A’ and ‘B’ are


1) cis and trans isomers 2) Enantiomers
3) Diastereomers 4) meridional and facial isomers

29) 1 L of a gaseous hydrocarbon burns completely in excess of oxygen and thus by giving 4 L
each of carbondioxide and water vapour. (2R,3S)-Butane-2,3-diol is obtained when this
hydrocarbon is treated with cold and alkaline KMnO4. The hydrocarbon is
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1) 2-Methylprop-1-ene 2) But-1-ene
3) (2Z)-But-2-ene 4) (2E)-But-2-ene

Directions: Question No. 30 and 31 are based on the following paragraph.


The standard reduction potentials of F2, Cl2, Br2 & I2 for the single electrode Pt,X2(1 atm)/X-
(1 M) are respectively +2.87 V, +1.36 V, +1.065 V & +0.536 V. The halogen with higher
reduction potential is stronger oxidising agent. Reduction potential of chlorine is less than that
of fluorine eventhough its electron affinity is greater than that of fluorine.

30) An aqueous solution contains a mixture of fluoride, chloride and iodide salts of potassium.
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The ions observed immediately after excess of chlorine gas is bubbled through this solution
under cold conditions are
1) K+, H+, F-, Cl- & ClO3- 2) K+, H+, F- & OI-
3) K+, H+, F-, OCl- & Cl- 4) K+, H+, OCl- & F-

31) Reduction potential of chlorine is less than that of fluorine. The best explanation for this
observation is
1) Chlorine has less electronegativity than fluorine.
2) Enthalpy of hydration of choride ion is higher than that of fluoride ion.
3) Enthalpy of hydration of fluoride ion is higher than that of choride ion.
4) Bond enthalpy of chlorine is smaller than that of fluorine.

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32) The number of isomers, with the formula C4H8, which can decolorize bromine/CCl4 in dark is
1) 5 2) 4 3) 3 4) 2

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33) A solution of two liquids behaves ideally when

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1) Hmixture  0 2) Smixture  0 3) Vmixture  0 4) Hmixture  0
34) Commonly used antiseptic, dettol is a mixture of
1) Furacine and Soframycin
CH D 2) Terpineol and Chloroxylenol
2) Saccharin and Bithionol 3) Sucrolose and Alitame
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35) The major product formed in the following reaction is
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H2
COCl
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Pd, BaSO4
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CHO
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1)
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CH2OH
2)
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3)

CHO

4)
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CH2OH

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