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Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 1 INJSO Answer key PART B Ans 61. Mumbai . y n n y n Ans 62. a) Without catalyst or With catalyst Threshold energy = 260 KJmol-1 Threshold energy = 220 KJmol-1 Energy of reactants = 160 KJmol-1 Energy of reactants = 160 KJmol-1 Ea (forward) = Et . 2.Er = 260 – 160 = 100 KJmol-1 Ea (forward) = Et . Each part carries 1 mark 1.Er = 220 – 160 = 60 KJmol-1 Energy of products = 200 KJmol-1 Energy of products = 200 KJmol-1 Ea (backward) = Et – Ep = 260 – 200 = 60 KJmol-1 Ea (backward) = Et – Ep = 220 – 200 = 20 KJmol-1 b) Energy of reactants A2 and B2 = 160 KJmol-1 Energy of products AB = 200 KJmol-1 ΔH = Ep . 4. 3. c) In the presence of catalyst threshold energy becomes 220 KJmol-1 E’a (forward) = 220 – 160 = 60 KJmol-1 Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.Er = 200 – 160 = 40 KJmol-1 Hence the reaction is endothermic. 5.

OR Method II : Ea (in absence of catalyst) = 260 – 160 = 100 KJmol-1 E’a (in presence of catalyst) = 220 – 160 = 60 KJmol-1 Lowering in activation energy = Ea . e) If temperature is raised by 10°C the rate of reaction will become double.E’a = 100 – 60 = 40 KJmol-1 OR Method III : Energy of activation in absence of catalyst is 260 KJmol-1 Energy of activation in presence of catalyst is 220 KJmol-1 Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Mumbai .Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 2 E’a (backward) = 220 – 200 = 20 KJmol-1 Hence. f) Method I : In the presence of catalyst threshold energy becomes 220 KJmol-1 E’a (forward) = 220 – 160 = 60 KJmol-1 E’a (backward) = 220 – 200 = 20 KJmol-1 Ea (forward) - without catalyst Ea (backward) - without catalyst E’a (forward) = 100 – 60 = 40 KJmol-1 with catalyst E’a (backward) = 60 – 20 = 40 KJmol-1 with catalyst Position of equilibrium will remain same because activation energy for the forward reaction and the backward reaction have decreased equally. Lowering in activation energy = 60 – 20 = 40 KJmol-1 d) As the reaction does not involve any change in number of moles of gaseous species hence increased pressure does not have any effect on equilibrium.

v = a × t = 2 × 5 = 10 m/s => s2 = 150 m 3.5 m/s xu – xs = 12 m Usha catches up with Shiney after time t xu = vu × t xs = 0.t2 vu t – 0. s3 = 17. Lowering in activation energy is 260 – 220 = 40 KJmol-1 Ans 63. a = -v2 = -1 × 102 = -2.75 t2 = 12 t = 4 sec vu = at = 6 m/s Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.78 m/s2 2s 2 18 It is negative 4.98 ≈ 18 m b) vu = const as = 1.Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 Hence. vu = vs = 1.75 t2 = 12 at time t.5 as.60 sec 2 Also. a = 2m/s2 => s1 = 25 m 2. a) 1.5 t2 – 0. a = 2s = 2(2s) = 2m/s2 t (5)2 Now.5 t (since Usha is over taking Shiney) 1. Mumbai 3 .75 t2 -12 = 0 0.78 × t2 => t = 3. 18 = 1 × 2.

1 Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. 4 a) 3 × (3 3)x+1 + (3 3) × 3 3x 3 × 3 3x+2 . Mumbai .1/3 × 3 3x+3 = 3 3x+3 ( 3 + 1) 3 3x+3 (1-1/3) = 4 = 6 2/3 b) a+b + a–b a–b a+b = = a+b + a–b a+b a–b 1 a+b a–b +1 = 2a a+b a–b = a–b × 2a 1 – tan x × = 2 cos x cos 2x a+b = 2 cos x cos2x .(1/3)(3 3)x+1 = 3 × 3 3x+3 + 3 3 × 3 3x 3 3x+3 .Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 Ans 64.sin2x 1 + tan x = 2 cos x 2cos2x .

Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 Ans 65. Mumbai 5 . a) b) X ≡ HgCl2 Y ≡ NH4+ Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

a) b) a)False b)False a) c) Ans 68.5 mv2 = q (2-0) v = 8. of ice to 0oC = 20 ×0. 5.25gm Ans. 2. Mumbai 6 .3 and 8.0 Å Æ 8.8 x 105 m/s b) Heat required to raise the temp.3 Å Æ 8.Indian National Junior Science Olympiad 30/01/2010 Ans 66. 67 1. 4.5 Å Æ8. 3.4 × 105 m/s (8. a) 0.25 gm Total water amount at end = 111. a) 2n – 615 is positive n =12 b) a) 11 b) 2n + 1 Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.5 ×10 = 100 cal Heat supplied by water coming to 0oC = 100 ×1 ×10 = 1000 cal Remaining heat to melt ice = 900 cal Amount of ice that will melt = 900 / 80 = 11.5 × 105 m/s (8.

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