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AtomicNo. H=1,B=5,C=6,N=7,O=8,F=9,Al=13,P=15,S=16,Cl=17,
Br=35,Xe=54,Ce=58,
Atomicmasses: H=1,Li=7,B=11,C=12,N=14,O=16,F=19,Na=23,Mg=24,
Al=27,P=31,S=32,Cl=35.5,Ca=40,Fe=56,Br=80,I=127,
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SECTIONI
(i) Single Correct Answer Type
This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. An optical fibre of refractive index n is surrounded by air.A light ray enters the end of the fibre as shown
in figure. The largest value of  permitted, if the ray in the fibre is incident on the wall at critical angle for
the fibreair interface is given by
Air

/2
(A)
( )
1/ 2
2
sin n 1
2
  
=

\ .
(B) ( )
1/ 2
2
cos n 1
2
  
=

\ .
(C)
1/ 2
2
1
sin 1
2 n
    
=
 
\ . \ .
(D)
1/ 2
2
1
cos 1
2 n
    
=
 
\ . \ .
2. Two identical isosceles thin prisms of prism angle A and refractive index are placed with their bases
touching each other. This system acts as a converging lens. What is the focal length of this system for
parallel rays at a distance h from the base of the prism ?
A
h
h
(A)
( )
2h
1 A
(B)
( )
h
1 A
(C)
( )
h
2 1 A
(D) None of these
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3. The flow of charge through switch S when it is closed is :
+
2F
+
6F
q
+
3F
q
q
(A) Zero (B) q/4 (C) 2q/3 (D) q/3
4. Consider the arrangement of three plates X, Y and Z each of the area A and separation d. The energy stored
when the plates are fully charged is :
X
Y
Z
d
d
V
(A)
2
0
AV
2d
c
(B)
2
0
AV
d
c
(C)
2
0
2 AV
d
c
(D)
2
0
3 AV
2d
c
5. A ray of light makes normal incidence on the diagonal face of a rightangled prism as shown in figure such
that the ray strikes the surface AB of the prism after entering the prism. If u = 37 then the angle of de
viation is (sin 37 = 3/5) :
90
AIR
AIR
90
= 5/3
u
A
B C
(A) 53 (B) 127 (C) 106 (D) 90
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6. q number of identical equilateral prisms are kept in contact as shown in figure. If deviation through a single
prism is o then consider the following statements (m is an integer) :
1
2
3
4
5 q
(i) if (q = 2m) deviation through q prisms is zero
(ii) if (q = 2m + 1) deviation through system of q prisms is o
(iii) if q = 2m deviation through system of q prisms is o
(iv) if q = 2m + 1 deviation through system of q prisms is zero
(A) Statements (i) & (iii) are true (B) Statements (i) and (ii) are true
(C) Statements (i) and (iv) are true (D) Statements (iii) and (iv) are true
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(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
7. In the figure shown the radius of curvature of the left & right surface of the concave lens are
10 cm & 15 cm respectively. The radius of curvature of the mirror is 15 cm
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
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\
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\
\
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\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\
\ Glass
(n=3/2)
water
(n=4/3)
air
(A) modulus of equivalent focal length of the combination is 18 cm
(B) modulus of equivalent focal length of the combination is 36 cm
(C) the system behaves like a concave mirror
(D) the system behaves like a convex mirror
8. An equilateral prism ABC is placed in air with its base side BC lying horizontally along Xaxis as
shown in the figure. A ray given by
3
z + x = 10 is incident at a point P on face AB of prism :
60
P
A
C
B
(0,0,0,)
x
y
z
(A) For =
2
3
the ray grazes the face AC.
(B) For =
3
2
finally refracted ray is parallel to zaxis.
(C) For =
2
3
the ray emerges perpendicular to the face AC.
(D) For =
3
2
finally refracted ray is parallel to xaxis.
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9. An electrical circuit is shown in the given figure. The resistance of each voltmeter is infinite and each
ammeter is 100O. The charge on the capacitor of 100 F in steady state is 4 mC. Choose correct
statements (s) regarding above circuit :
V
2
200O
[ideal
cell]
A
1
A
2
V
1 C
900O
100O
(A) Reading of voltmeter V
2
is 16 V
(B) Reading of Ammeter A
1
is 0A and A
2
is 1/25 A.
(C) Reading of voltmeter V
1
is 40V
(D) EMF of the ideal cell is 66 V.
10. Inside a parallel plate capacitor of capacitance C (without dielectrics) dielectrics are filled which have
dielectric constant k
1
and k
2
such that k
1
> k
2
. The capacitor is now connected to a battery of voltage V
then :
K
1
K
2
A/2 A/2
(A) New capacitance of the capacitor will be
1 2
k k
C
2
+  

\ .
(B) Field in dielectric 1 will be more than the field in dielectric 2
(C) Surface charge density on the capacitor plates will be uniform
(D) Field in both the dielectric regions will be the same.
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This section contains 3 multiple choice questions relating to one paragraph with three questions
on paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is
correct.
Paragraph for Questions 11 to 13
A ray of light travelling in air is incident at an angle of incidence i ~ 90 on a long rectangular slab of a
transparent medium of thickness y
0
. The medium has a variable refractive index of (x) =
+
2x / a
1 e
> x 0 , where 'a' is a positive constant.
y
y
0
i = 90
Air
Medium
( = 1)
Air ( = 1)
x
11. In the above situation if y
0
= a/2, the coordinates of the point where the ray intersects the upper surface
of the slabair boundary are :
(A)
(
(
2
a
ae ,
2
(B)
(
(
a
a n2,
2
(C)
(
(
a a
n2,
2 2
(D)
(
(
a
2a,
2
12. In the previous question, the angle made by light ray with +ve xaxis at the upper surface of slab air
boundary, inside the medium is :
(A) t/4 (B) t/3 (C) tan
1
(2) (D) tan
1
 

\ .
1
2
13. If y
0
= a, the light ray will :
(A) Emerge out from the upper surface of slabair boundary
(B) Emerge out from the lower surface of slabair boundary
(C) Never emerge out of the slab
(D) Move in a close loop inside the slab
SECTION II & SECTION III
Matrix Match Type Integer Answer Type
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This section contains 7 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9.
1. Two identical conducting spheres of radius r separated far apart are joined through resistor R & a switch
S. Initially switch is open and one of the spheres is provided with a charge +Q
0
. If switch S is closed at
t = 0 then. If charge on sphere B at time
65rR
t
26k
=
is given by
n
Q a 1 e
(
=
(where a & n are constant),
find the value of n.
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
++
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
r
S
R
A B
2. An equiconvex lens of focal length 10 cm (at t = 0) and refractive index (
g
= 1.5) is placed in a liquid
whose refractive index varies with time as (t) = 1.0 +
1
10
t. If the lens was placed in the liquid at
t = 0 after what time (in sec) lens will act as concave lens of focal length 20 cm.
3. For the circuit shown in the figure. Find the emf (in V) of the unknown battery E. The ammeter repre
sented by the symbol A can be considered perfect (i.e. no resistance) and it reads the current in the wire
to be
7
A
11
in the direction shown.
4V
6O 4O
12V
2O
E
A
7
11
A
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4. In the figure shown, O is a point object placed above the lens L of focal length 10 cm. The distance
between the object O and its image formed in the plane mirror is n 20 cm find n.
O
15cm
1m
Water n=4/3
Plane mirror
L
15cm
5. Four wire of equal length 2m are arranged as shown in the figure. Wires 2, 3 and 4 are of equal cross
sectional area and wire 1 is of half the cross section of these wires. The distance (in m) pointer at point
5 must be moved to get null point is given by o. Fill 12o in OMR sheet.
G
5
3
1
6
2 4
7
8
x
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6. Find out the net emf of the three batteries between A & B when the point P is the null point, measured
by the potentiometer arrangement shown in the figure.
r
1
c
a b
A
4V 6.5O
2V
6V
1O
1O
B
G
P
r
2
7. A thin biconvex lens of refractive index 3/2 and radius of curvature 50 cm is placed on a reflecting convex
surface of radius of curvature 100 cm. A point object is placed on the principle axis of the system such
that its final image coincides with itself. Now few drops of a transparent liquid is placed between the mirror
and lens such that final image of the object is at infinity. The refractive index of the liquid used is given
by . Fi l l 6 i n OMR sheet.
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SECTIONI
(i) Single Correct Answer Type
This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. Which of the graph is correct representation for the elementary reaction of type A + 2B C
(A) c
o
n
c
.
time
A
B
C
(B) c
o
n
c
.
time
A
B
C
(C) c
o
n
c
.
time
A
B
C
(D) c
o
n
c
.
time
A
B
C
2. 50 ml of 0.1 M KI solution is completely oxidized by atmospheric oxygen according to the following
equation
4H
+
+ 4I
+ O
2
2l
2
+ 2H
2
O
I
2
formed then quickly reacts with I
to form I
3
I
2
+ I
I
3
in the solution 
(A) 0.025 (B) 0.033 (C) 0.01 M (D) 0.066 M
3. Degree of hardness for aqueous 10
4
M Ca(HCO
3
)
2
solution will be 
(A) 10 ppm (B) 20 ppm (C) 16.2 ppm (D) 8.1 ppm
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4. Find the element having highest 1
st
ionisation energy 
(A) Tl (B) Al (C) In (D) Ga
5. Choose the correct option regarding the
(C) I
3
(D) [AsF
4
]
9. Which of the following properties are showing the correct order in the given option 
(A) SiH
4
< GeH
4
< PbH
4
: Boiling point order
(B) Li
2
CO
3
< K
2
CO
3
< Cs
2
CO
3
: Solubility order in water
(C) He > Ar > Xe : Solubility order in water
(D) SiCl
4
35
< SiCl
4
37
: Boiling point order
10. Find out incorrect stability order in the following carbocations
(I)
(II)
(III)
(IV)
OH
(A) IV > I > III > II (B) IV > III > I > II (C) I > IV > III > II (D) I > III > IV > II
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on paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is
correct.
Paragraph for Questions 11 to 13
From the following data answer the question :
Reaction A + B P
[A] M [B] M
at 300 K at 400 K
2.5 10
4
3.0 10
5
5.0 10
4
2.0 10
3
5.0 10
4
6.0 10
5
4.0 10
3
1.0 10
3
6.0 10
5
1.6 10
2
Initial rate (M sec
1
)
11. The order with respect to A is 
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 0
12. The value of rate constant at 300 K is (M
2
sec
1
)
(A) 2.667 10
8
(B) 2.667 10
5
(C) 2.667 10
4
(D) 2.667 10
9
13. The energy of activation for reaction (kcal/mol) is (log 2 = 0.3)
(A) 1.68 (B) 3.36 (C) 6.72 (D) 1.12
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Matrix Match Type Integer Answer Type
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SECTIONIV
Integer Answer Type
This section contains 7 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9.
1. A gaseous mixture of N
2
& O
2
containing 60% by mole N
2
is allowed to react with each other according
to the following equaion.
N
2
+ O
2
NO
2
If 92 gm of NO
2
is formed, find the mole of N
2
present in the mixture.
2. Find the number of dblock elements from the following
La, Th, Ac, Pd, Pb, Pm , Pt
3. Find the number of SS linkage in hexathionate ion.
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4.
14
14
Na
Na
D O
2
Product(s)
+
1
2
H
2
= =
<
, then
5
8
dy
dx
t
is 
(A) 2 (B) 0 (C) 2 (D) Not defined
2. If ( )( ) (x) x 1 2 x = + , then the domain of ([x] x
2
+ 4), is
(where [.] denotes the greatest integer function) 
(A) 5, 1 3, 7
( (
(B) 3, 1 3, 7
( (
(C) 3, 1 3, 5
( (
(D) 5, 1 5, 7
( (
3. If (x) is differentiable and '(x) is continuous with '(2) = 14, then
x 0
(2 sin x) (2 x cos x)
lim
x sin x
+ +
is
equal to
(A) 14 (B) 7 (C) 28 (D) 56
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4.
4 4
dx
x 1
}
is equal to
(A)
2 4
1
log x x 1 C
2
+
(B)
4 4 4
1
4
1 x x 1 1 x 1
n tan C
4 2 x
x x 1
 
+ + 

+
\ .
(C)
2 4
1
log x x 1 C
2
+
(D)
4 4 4
1
4
1 x x 1 1 x 1
n tan C
4 2 x
x x 1
 
+
+ 

\ .
5. Possible value of a
2
, for which equation
2 2 2
2
a sin x a 2
1 tan x cos 2x
+
=
 
= +

\ .
}
, where (x) is a
differentiable function, then (x) is
(A) (x
2
+ x 1)e
x
(B) (2x + 1)e
x
(C) (2x 1)e
x
(D) (x
2
+ x 1)e
x
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(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
7. If
2
1
(x)
x 1
=
8. If x and y are independent variables and ( )
1
2 2
0
(x) 1 x y x (y)dy = + +
}
be a continuous and differentiable
function, then identify the correct option(s)
(A) ( )
164
' 0
57
=
(B) ( )
25
' 0
19
=
(C)
1
0
164
(x)dx
57
=
} (D)
1
0
25
(x)dx
19
=
}
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9. Let
( )
/ 3
sin x
/ 3
I cos x dx
t
t
=
}
, then I is greater than 
(A)
2
t
(B)
2
3
t
(C)
4
3
t
(D) 2t
10. Let
: , a ( , b]
2
t  (
(
\
be an invertible function with longest domain defined as
(x) = tanx + cotx2 then 
(A) Ordered pair (a,b) is
( )
4 2 3
,
3 3
 
+
t


\ .
(B) Ordered pair (a,b) is
, 4
4
t  

\ .
(C)
2
1 1
x 2 x 4x
(x) tan
2
 
+ + +
= 

\ .
(D)
2
1 1
x 2 x 4x
(x) tan
2
 
+ +
= 

\ .
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Let
{ }
n 2
2n
n
 x 1 x
lim 6 x 0
 x  x (x)
sin x 0 x 6
+ +
s <
+ =
s <
 
o =

\ .
&
1
1 4 2
sin sin
2 9
 
 =


\ .
, then the value of
3 2
1
4 3 o o o +
is
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5. If ( ) ( )
xy 2 2 2
n e 1 e x x y + = + , then
( ) 1,0
dy
dx
 

\ .
is equal to
6. Let (x) = min(tan
1
x, cot
1
x) & h(x) = (x + 2) t/3. Let x
1
,x
2
(where x
1
< x
2
) be the integers in the
range of h(x), then the value of (cos
1
(cosx
1
) + sin
1
(sin x
2
)) is equal to
7. Let : A
1
, 0
2
(
(
is such that
3
(x) 3x(x) + x
3
+ 1 = 0 and (x) is an invertible function, then
number of solution(s) of the equation (((x)))
2
=
3
2
1
(x) + 1 is
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