Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy

Sri Sarvani Educational Society

COMMON CENTRAL OFFICE_MADHAPUR_HYD
Jr.IPLCO
Time : 3:00

JEE MAIN
2011 Model

Dt:12-07-14
Marks : 360

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
1. There are three parts in the question paper A, B, C consisting of Physics,
Maths and Chemistry having 30 questions in each part of equal weightage.
Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for each correct response.
2. Candidates will be awarded marks as stated above in instruction for correct
response of each question. 1/4 (one fourth) marks will be deducted for
indicating incorrect response of each question. No deduction from the total
score will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet.
3. There is only one correct response for each question. Filling up more than one
response in each question will be treated as wrong response and marks for
wrong response will be deducted accordingly as per instruction

12-07-14_Jr. IPLCO_JEE-MAIN_SYLLABUS
Physics:
Circular

Motion(Excluding

verticle

circle):

Kinematics,Dynamics(centripetal

force,centrifugal force),banking,Angle of banking and problems on these topics (100%)

Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy
WTM-10

12-07-14_Jr.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011)

Mathematics:
Section formula, area of triangle , locus, transformations of axes
Chemistry:
Dissociation of polyprotic acids, Salt hydrolysis, Buffer solutions, Theory of indicators,
Solubility of sparingly soluble salts and solubility product (100 %)

Jr.IPLCO

Space for Rough Work

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(a. G2 A4 is divided in the ratio 1: 3 at G3 and so on until all the points are exhausted.  l mk lmk   1)    2.0).0) and (0.  is the mid point of 8 8   PQ=QR=RS= ST.. y  such that  5a  3b 5 x  3 y . 2) QR 3) RS 4) ST The orthocenter. A2 .IPLCO 2) y=x 3) y=2x Space for Rough Work 4) y=3x Page 3 . circumcenter... ÷ n ø è n å 4) ç ç æ xi å yi ö ÷ . yn  .  xn . Then the coordinates of the final point so obtained is  lx1  mx2  kx3 ly1  my2  ky3 .  x3 . y1  . A3 . y3  . A1 .. y2  . An are n points whose coordinates are  x1 . G1 A3 is divided in the ratio 1:2 at G2 .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.  x2 .R and S are the points on line joining the points P  a... A1 A2 is bisected at G1 . centroid and incentre of the triangle formed by (0.  x .. then  1) PQ 3. ÷ è 2n 2n ø i P.  y   i  i  i 3)  å 2) ç ç æ xi å yi ö ÷ ..Q. x  and T  b.a) lie on 1) x 2  y 2  1 Jr.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) MATHEMATICS 1.

b are in H.b.2c/5. k  P  1. 2 The mid points of the sides AB and AC of a triangle ABC are  3.5 .c 2) for no values of a. 3 then the length of the side BC is 1) 40 8. y  such that AM:MB = b:a then x cos 1) -1 6. 4) 1: 2 2) 0      y sin  2 2 3) 1 4) 2 Let A  h. c  are collinear 1) for all values of a.3a   3b. b sin   and B  a cos  . 2b  and  c.c 3) iff a. If the area of the triangle is 1 then the set of values of K can taken is given by 1)  1. 2)  0. a sin   is produced to the point M  x. 2) 3) 2 : 3 2 :1 Line joining A  b cos  .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 4.P 4) iff a.1 C  2.c/5.  3.3 7.1 be the vertices of a right angle triangle with AC as its hypotenuse.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 4 . 2 3)  1.P Jr.3 4)  3. 12-07-14_Jr. b are in H.b.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) A string of length 12 is bent first into a square PQRS and then into an isosceles triangle PQT by keeping the side PQ of the squares as base then area of the square PQRS: Area of the triangle PQT = 1) 3 : 2 5. 2) 20 3) 30 4) 18 The points with coordinates  2a.

y1).B(4. where   R . Locus of it’s orthocenter is 1) x 2  y 2  6 x  8 y  25  0 2) x 2  y 2  6 x  8 y  25  0 3) x 2  y 2  6 x  8 y  25  0 4) x 2  y 2  6 x  8 y  25  0 Jr.0) 4) (1.0) 3) (4. locus of P is 1) xy  ax  by 2) xy  ab 3) xy  bx  ay 4) x  y  xy 13.5sin   and  5sin  . 12-07-14_Jr.0) 10. 5cos   . If the line through MN passes through fixed point(a. ÷ 6 6 è ø D çç 1) inside triangle ABC 2) outside triangle ABC but inside ÐBAC 3) outside triangle ABC but inside ÐABC 4) outside triangle ABC but inside ÐACB 11. 4  .22 y2 +27 y3 ö ÷then D lies . From a variable point P perpendiculars PM.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 2) (3.y3) are the vertices of a triangle ABC and æx1 . The locus of point of intersection of the lines y  mx  a 2 m 2  b 2 and my  x  a 2  b 2 m 2 is ( m Î R) 1 1 1) x 2  y 2  2  2 a b 3) x 2  y 2  a 2  b 2 2) x 2  y 2  a 2  b 2 4) 1 1  2  a 2  b2 2 x y 12.PN are drawn to x and y axes respectively. If A(1.1) and P be a point on x-axis such that PA+PB is minimum then P= 1) (2.2).b).22 x2 +27 x3 y1 .  5cos  .IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 5 . B(x2.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 9.0) If A(x1. Vertices of a variable triangle are  3.y2) and C(x3.

If A   4.  37 / 5.0  .6 / 2  . then the locus of foot of perpendicular from origin on PQ is 2 2 1)  x  y   x  y   axy 2 2 2)  x  y   x  y   axy 2 2 3)  x  y   x  y   a  x  y  16. if A   1.0  are any two points and PA  PB  4 . ( 37 / 5. 3) ( 37 / 5.4) Page 6 . 2  . 2 2 4)  x  y   x  y   axy A straight line segment AB of length ‘a’ moves with its ends on the axes.1) Jr. The locus of P is 1) 3x 2  y 2  12 18.IPLCO 2) (2. the possible positions of C are 1)  37 / 5.0)(0.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) ABC is right angled at C. .14 / 5  P and Q are two variable points on the axes of x and y respectively such that OP +OQ =a .34 / 5) 15. 4) 9 x 2  9 y 2  4a 2 2) 3x 2  y 2  12 3) 3x 2  3 y 2  9 4) 3x 2  y 2  8 If (2. B  4.14 / 5) .2) 3) (0. The locus of the point P which divides the ends A and B of the segment AB in the ratio 1:2 internally is 2 2 2 2) 9  x  4 y   4a 1) 9 x 2  4 y 2  a 2 2 2 2 3) 9  x  4 y   8a 17. ( 37 / 5.length AC is 8 units.  37 / 5. 2  circumcentre of triangle ABC is at  6.34 / 5) 4)  37 / 5.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 14.0) Space for Rough Work 4) (4. 24 / 5  2) ( 37 / 5.2) are the midpoints of the sides of the triangle ABC then the circumcentre of triangle ABC is 1) (1.2)(2.34 / 5  .14 / 5) . 12-07-14_Jr.

Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. 11 and the locus of C is 9 x  7 y  4  0 then the locus of the centroid of ABC is 1) 27 x  21 y  8  0 2) 3x  4 y  2  0 3) 24 x  22 y  6  0 4) 5 x  3 y  7  0 21.1) then the number of points P in the plane such that APB = and area of 22. triangle APB is 6. A   2. 6 .B(-3.2a) are collinear then a = p 2 1) 1 23. CA& AB of triangle ABC respectively then area of ΔABC=4 (area of ΔDEF ) 1) Both A and R are true and R is correct explanation of A 2) Both A and R are true and R is not correct explanation of A 3) A is true and R is false Jr.4 .B(4. B(3.a.E and F are the midpoints of the sides BC.25 square units is 1) 0 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 The points ( a. If A(7. B  4. If A(1.3). 2) 3 2 3) -1 2 4) 1 2 Assertion(A): If G is the centroid of triangle ABC. ( 1 .5)& C(5. where A(5. 2a) and ( .a.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 19.2a) .IPLCO 4) A is false and R is true Space for Rough Work Page 7 . then the area of triangle ABG is 5/2 square units Reason(R): If D.1). then PA= 1) 2 5 2) 5 10 3) 5 5 4) 5 20. 2 .4).5  .2) and C(7.-1).-1) and P be a point in the plane such that PA=PB=PC.

4  are vertices of a quadrilateral such that ABD  2ACD . 2÷ ÷ è3 ø AP l = . the point  4. 2  . 12-07-14_Jr. 3  3)  3. Transformed as 2 x 2  y 2  8 x  8 y  18  0 . p 3 p 6 3) p 2 4) p 4 If A   3. C   5.B(5. 27. 4  .6÷ ÷or AB 3 è3 ø æ17 ö ç ç .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 24.-2). B   1. Under the rotation q .5  When the origin is shifted to a suitable point. then x = 1) 6 2) 9 3) 69 4) 96 o If the axes are rotated through an angle 30 in the clockwise direction. the equation 2 x 2  y 2  4 x  4 y  0 . then C =ç ç .IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 8 .IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) Assertion (A): If A(7.4) and C is a point on the line through AB such that æ25 ö AC 2 = . D   x. . 2) in the new system is  2) 2. then P divides AB PB m Reason (R) : If P is a point on the line through AB such that in the ratio l:m internally only 1) Both A and R are true and R is correct explanation of A 2) Both A and R are true and R is not correct explanation of A 3) A is true and R is false 4) A is false and R is true 25.The point to which origin was shifted is Jr. if 7 x 2 + 7 y 2 + 2 xy = 1 reduces to 8 x 2 + 6 y 2 = 1 then q equals 1) 26.3 28. 2  4)  3. 2 3  1)  2.6  .

2  3)  1. x  ii) f 2  x. B  2. 12-07-14_Jr. then a equals 1) 1 Jr. y    y. C  2. If the equation y .8 x .4 y +12 = 0 is transformed to y2 = 4ax. 2  4)  1.0  . y    x  3 y.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 1)  1.2). y   x  y x  y . 2  undergoes the following three transformations successively: i) f1  x.IPLCO 2) 2 3) –2 Space for Rough Work 4) –1 Page 9 .  then the final figure ABCD is 2   2 iii) f3  x. 2  and D  0.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 2)  1. y    1) square 2) parallelogram 3) rhombus 4) rectangle 2 30.0  . 2  If the square ABCD where A  0. when the origin is shifted to (1. 2  29.

A projectile  u.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.8 m/s 33. The spot of light P moves along the wall at a distance of 3m. The string breaks. 2) 0.  is launched from horizontal plane.9 m/s 3) 0. g u cos  2) g 2u cos  3) g sin  u 4) g 2u sin  A spotlight S rotates in a horizontal plane with a constant angular velocity of 0.0 m above level ground. and the stone files off horizontally and strikes the Jr.5 m and at height 2.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 10 . The speed of the   spot P when   45o is ____ m/sec S 3m P 1) 0.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) PHYSICS 31.4 m/s A boy whirls a stone in a horizontal circle of radius 1.1 rad/sec. find angular velocity as observed from the point of projection at the time of landing 1) 32.6 m/s 4) 0.

of radius 25 cm.0s to complete one round. T2 Page 11 .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. find the normal reaction by the side wall of the groove 1) 0. 1) 80 2m 35. 2) 125 m / s 2 3) 120 m / s 2 ) 4) 166.5 N 3) 1 N 4) 2 N Two different masses are connected to two light and inextensible strings as shown in the figure. Find the ratio of tensions Jr.6 m / s 2 A projectile is launched horizontally with 20 ms 1 from some height. Find radius of curvature of path at t = 2 sec. 2) 0. with vertical side walls.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) ground after travelling a horizontal distance of 10 m. 2) 40 2m 3) 160 2m 4) 20 2m A small block of mass 100 g moves with uniform speed in a horizontal circular groove. Both masses rotate about a central fixed point with constant angular speed of 10 rad s-1 on a smooth horizontal plane.25 N 36. What is the magnitude of the ( 2 centripetal acceleration of the stone while in circular motion? g =10 m / s 1) 90m / s 2 34.IPLCO Space for Rough Work T1 in the strings. If the block takes 2.

5 . 9 8 2  1) 1  3) 1 2  4) 3  A small coin of mass 40 g is placed on the horizontal surface of a rotating disc. 1) 39. The magnitude of the resultant force exerted by the disc on the coin just before it starts slipping is Jr.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 2M TM 1M T 1R 1R . The coin placed at a distance r = 1 m from the centre of the disc. The coefficient of static friction between the coin and the disc is  s  3 / 4 and coefficient of kinetic friction is k  0. Find the time when the magnitude of centripetal acceleration will be equal to the magnitude of tangential acceleration. The disc starts from rest and is given a constant angular acceleration   2rad / s 2 .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 12 .25kg 10 cm 22R 2121 1) 37. 38. 2) 5 4 3) 3 4 4) 3 8 The angular acceleration of a particle moving along a circular path with uniform speed is 1) uniform but non-zero 2) zero 3) variable 4) such as cannot be predicted from the given information A particle is revolving with a constant angular acceleration  in a circular path of radius r.

4 N 4) 0. A car of mass m attempts to go on the circular road. the force by the road on the car is greater the mg as well as greater then mv 2 / r 41.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) vertical r 40.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. Then the angular velocity  of disc is Jr. it will slip up the slope 3) if the car runs at the correct speed of 40 km/hr. 1) 0. The string is making an angle 30o with the rod.5 N A circular road of radius R is banked for speed v = 40 km/hr.2 N 2) 0.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 13 . A disc of radius R has a light pole fixed perpendicular to the disc at the circumference which in turn has a pendulum of length R attached to its other end as shown in fig.3 N 3) 0. the friction co-efficient between the tyre & road is negligible 1) The car cannot make a turn without skidding 2) if the car runs at a speed less that 40 km/hr. the force by the road on the car is equal to mv 2 / r 4) if the car runs at the correct speed of 40 km/hr. the disc is rotated with a constant angular velocity  .

Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. The total number of revolutions of the fan before it come to rest is: Rev/min 2400 600 8 16 24 t(s) 43.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011)  30oR R  1)   42.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 14 . 3g  R 1/2  3 g 2)   2 R   1/2  3)   g   3R 1/2  2g  4)    3 3R 1/2 A table fan rotating at a speed of 2400 rpm is switched off and the resulting variation of the rpm with time is shown in the figure. 1) 420 2) 280 3) 190 4) 16800 The average acceleration vector for a particle having a uniform circular motion in one complete revolution v2 1) a constant vector of magnitude r Jr.

1990 is zero 2) the average acceleration during the above period is 60km / s 2 3) the average speed from 1st jan. 1) the average velocity of the earth from 1st Jan. 1990to 30th june. If there is friction force between road and tyres of the car and the car moves without slipping.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) v2 2) in magnitude and perpendicular to the plane of circle r 44.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 15 . For a particle in a uniformly accelerated (speed increasing uniformly) circular motion. A curved section of a road is banked. 45. 3) equal to the instantaneous acceleration vector at the start of the motion 4) a null vector Assume that the earth goes round the sun in a circular orbit with a constant speed of 30km/s. 1) velocity is radial and acceleration is tangential only 2) velocity is tangential and acceleration is radial only 3) velocity is radial and acceleration has both radial and tangential components 4) velocity is tangential and acceleration has both radial and tangential components 46. 1990 is zero 4) the instantaneous acceleration of the earth points towards the sun. 1990 to 31st dec. then 1) horizontal component of normal reaction alone is the centripetal force 2) horizontal component of friction alone is the centripetal force 3) horizontal component of the net force by the road is the centripetal force 4) vertical component of normal reaction balances the weight of car Jr.

At the initial moment t =0 the speed of the particle equals vo .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 47.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 16 .IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) ur A person applies a constant force F on a particle of mass m and finds that the particle moves in a circle of radius r with a uniform speed v as seen from an inertial frame of reference. Then speed of the particle. 2) 1/2 rad/s 3) 1/3 rad/s 4) 1/4 rad/s A particle A moves along a circle of radius of R = 50 cm so that its radius vector r relative to the point O rotates with the constant angular velocity w =0. 1) this is not possible 2) there are other forces on the particle mv 2 3) the resultant of the other forces is towards the center r ur mv 2 4) F = is compulsory r 48. then: I) The speed of the particle as a function of the distance covered s will be 1) v  voe  s / R 49.40 rad/s. and the modulus of its total acceleration will be Jr. 2) v  vo e s / R 3) v  voe  R / s 4) v  voe R / s The angular velocity of a stone projected at a speed 20 m/s at an angle 60 0 with horizontal when the stone is moving horizontally about the point of projection is 1) 1 rad/s 50. A particle moves with deceleration along the circle of radius R so that at any moment of time its tangential and normal acceleration are equal in moduli. 12-07-14_Jr.

 s 2 2) 2as  1  2 R  1/2 3) 2 as 4) 2a R2 s A car of mass m is moving horizontally on a circular path of radius r. w =0. The magnitude of total force acting on the particle is s2 1) 2a R 52.4m / s .4m / s .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.4 m / s 2 2) v =0. w  0.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 17 .IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) A r w R O 51.32 m / s 2 3) v =0. w =0.2m / s . At an instant its speed is v and is increasing at a rate a 1) the acceleration of the car is towards the center of the path 2) the magnitude of the frictional force on the car is than mv 2 r 3) the friction coefficient between the ground and the car is not less than a/g Jr.t time The kinetic energy K of a particle moving along a circle of radius R depends on the distance covered s as K = as 2 where a is a constant.08 m / s 2 4) changing for both v and w w. 1) v  0.r.

Speed of its end point and magnitude of difference of velocities at two perpendicular positions will be 1) 6.28 & 8.88 & 6. 2) F1  F2 4) 4 2m / s 2 3) F1  F2 4) The information is insufficient to find the relation between F1and F2 . The second’s hand of a watch has length 6cm.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 18 .44 mm/s 3) 8. At an instant speed of the particle is 2 m/s. 2) 4m / s 2 4) 6. is rotating at a rate w in horizontal circular path. v2 rg Let a particle moving in a circle of radius 2 m with its speed increasing at a rate 2 m / s 2 . 3) 6m / s 2 A train A runs from east to west and another train B of the same mass runs from west to east at the same speed along the equator. then its net acceleration will be 1) 2 2m / s 2 54.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 1 4) the friction coefficient between the ground and the car is   tan 53. A presses the track with a force F1 in magnitude and B presses the track with a force F2 in magnitude.28 & 0 mm/s 2) 8.28 mm/s 56. Then.88 mm/s When a conical pendulum of length l having a bob of mass m.88 & 4. then 1) the tension in the string is m g 2 +( lw2 ) 2 2) the tension in the string is m g 2 +lw2 Jr. 1) F1  F2 55.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.

IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) æg ö2 3) the height of point of suspension above the center of circular path is l . The maximum and minimum angular speeds of the particle. are respectively Jr.25m is making 300rpm about an axis through its center perpendicular to its plane.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. about a point in plane of the circle at a distance 3R from the centre. At the given instant angular velocity of rod AB about hinge A is 1 rad / s and AC  CB instantaneous angular velocity of rod CD about hinge C is 1) 1 rad / s 59.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 19 . while rod CD passes through ring. 2) 1 rad / s 2 3) 3 rad / s 2 4) 3 rad / s 2 A particle moves in a circle of radius R at constant angular speed w. The tension (in N) developed in the ring is 1) 50 2) 100 3) 175 4) 250 In the figure shown a smooth ring is connected to rod AB. 58.çç 2 ÷ ÷ èw ø g 4) the height of point of suspension above the center of circular path is 2 w 2 57. A ring of mass 2 kg and of radius 0.

5 Calculate hydrogen ion concentration in solution  Kb  2 10  1) 102 62. 1) 7.5 1018 M 3) 1. 2 4 2) 12-07-14_Jr.25 1017 M For pure water at 25oC and 50oC the correct statement is 1) Jr. An aqueous solution contains 10% ammonia by mass and has density of 0.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 1) 60. the concentration of Ag+ is 63.26  1010 4) 7. w 4 4) w . If a solution is 0.5 1016 M 2) 7. 2) 9. 3 4 3) w.4 106   19 For the reaction [ Ag (CN )2 ] ‡ˆ ˆ† ˆ ˆ Ag  2CN .IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) ww .25 1016 M 4) 1.0 2 The magnitude of rate of change of acceleration in a uniform circular motion of angular frequency w and radius R is 1) 0 2) Rw3 3) 2Rw3 4) Rw2 CHEMISTRY 61.99 g/cc. ww .03 M in AgNO 3 originally at equilibrium.26  1013 3) 9.1 M in KCN and 0.IPLCO 2) 3) Space for Rough Work 4) Page 20 . the equilibrium constant at 25°C is 4 10 .

5 M NaCl with 105 M AgNO3 solution 3) 103 M AgNO3 with 108 M NaCl solution 4) 103 M NaCl with 108 M AgNO3 solution 67. 65.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 21 .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 64.0 2) 6. 12-07-14_Jr. What would be the pH of the solution obtained by mixing equal volumes of two buffers? ( KHA=1 105 ) 1) 5.The acid form of the indicator is red & the  basic form is blue. 2) In the acid – base titration involving strong base and weak acid. Both the buffers are 0.8 1010 ) 1) 105 M AgNO3 with 104 M NaCl solution 2) 10.0 & 6. On mixing equal volumes of each of the following solutions.5M in HA. methyl red can be used as an indicator Jr. The change in  H  required to change the indicator form 75% red to 75% blue is 1) 8 105 M 2) 9 105 M 3) 1105 M 4) 3 104 M 66.30 3) 5.the pH at the half equivalence point is pKa.70 4) 4.0 respectively are prepared from adding weak acid HA & its salt NaA.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) Two buffers  X  and  Y  of pH 4. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct regarding titrations? 1) In a titration of weak acid with strong base.30 5  3  10 An acid–base indicator has KHIn . the precipitation of AgCl will take place in case of (Ksp for AgCl = 1.

it will form acid buffer (For weak base. In 300 mL buffer. the volume of benzoic acid is : 1) 200 ml 69.20) and 1 M sodium benzoate is 4.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. Which of the following curve is correct regarding to above titrations 1) Jr. 2) 150 ml 3) 100 ml 4) 50 ml For preparing a buffer solution of pH=6 by mixing sodium acetate and acetic acid.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 3) The ionization constants of weak diprotic acid are in the order of Ka1 >> Ka2 4) At half equivalence point. weak acid titration) at its maximum capacity where [acid] = [salt] 68.IPLCO 2) Space for Rough Work Page 22 . 70.5. pH of a mixture of 1 M benzoic acid (pKa = 4. the ratio of concentration of salt and acid should be 1) 1:10 2) 10:1 3) 10:1 4) 1:100 One student makes a curve of a titration of a weak diprotic acid by NaOH of equivalent strength.

IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 4) None of these 3) 71. If the dissociation constant of third acid HC is 102 .54 .IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 23 . pH before and after dilution are : (pKa = 4. The order of acidic strengths of three acids will be 1) HA HB HC 2) HB HA HC 3) HC HA HB 4) HA = HB = HC 72.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.1 4) 0.02 M CH3COONa. 4. 2) 0. 1. 2) 4. A weak acid HX has the dissociation constant 1105 it forms a salt NaX on reaction with alkali.04.08 3) 1.01 M CH 3COOH and 200 mL of 0.08 .01 3) 0.34.8 and the pKb of a weak these BOH is Jr. The percentage hydrolysis of 0.04 74.54 4) 5.1 M solution of NaX is 1) 0. 5.0001 73. 5. 200 mL of water is added.34 The pK a of weak acid HA is 4. Hydrolysis constant of two salts of weak acids HA and HB with strong base are 108 and 106 .15 A buffer solution contains 100 mL of 0.74) 1) 5.

2M NaOH 4) 500 ml of 0.8´ 10.1M CH 3COOH  500 ml of 0.1M NaOH 2) 500 ml of 0. Phenolphthalein does not act as an indicator for the titration between : 1) KOH and H2SO4 2) Ba(OH)2 and HCl 3) NaOH and acetic acid 4) oxalic acid and KMnO4 If S1 . Two solubility products of Al ( OH ) 3 and Zn ( OH ) 2 are 8.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 4.14 respectively.01M NaCl & in 0.05M AgNO3 respectively at certain temperature.22 75. S3 & S4 are the solubilites of AgCl in H 2O .1M CH 3COOH  500 ml of 0.5´ 10. then substance precipitated first is 1) Al ( OH ) 3 Jr.78. S2 . 0. 2) 8.23 and 1.IPLCO 2) Zn ( OH ) 2 3) both simultaneously Space for Rough Work 4) None of these Page 24 .2M CH 3COOH  500 ml of 0. The pH of an aqueous solution of corresponding salt BA will be : 1) 9. in 0.79 Which of the following is a buffer solution 1) 500 ml of 0.73 3) 7.1M NaOH 3) 500 ml of 0.If NH 4OH is added to a solution containing Al 3+ and Zn 2+ ions.1M HCl 76.1M CH 3COOH  500 ml of 0.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.01 4) 4.01M CaCl2 . 77. the correct order of sdubilities is (1) S1  S2  S3  S 4 (2) S1  S3  S2  S4 (3) S1  S2  S3  S4 (4) S1  S3  S4  S 2 78.

12-07-14_Jr. 82.02M NH 4OH buffer ( pK a of NH 4+ =9.01M ZnCl2 and saturated with 0.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 25 . Jr. the volume of the acid required at the equivalence point is twice that of the acid required using phenolphthalein indicator.74+ log 1 4) 9.1M H2S? (Given: KSp  1021 . pH  1 2  pKa1  pKa2  (3) Before the first equivalent point the titrating solution act as a buffer solution of HCO3 & CO32 and between the first and second equivalent point the titrating solution act as a buffer solution of H 2CO3 & HCO3 (4) In this titration. (1) At the start of titration.26+ log 1 Regarding titration of Na2CO3 & HCl which of the following statements is wrong .74+ log 2 2) 4.74 – log 2 3) 4.01M ( NH 4 ) 2 SO4 and 0. using methyl orange indicator.26 ) is 1) 4. 81. pH of 0.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 79.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) What is the minimum pH required to prevent the precipitation of ZnS in a solution that is 0. hydrolysis of CO32 not takes place (2) At the first equivalent point amphiprotic ion. Ka1  Ka2  1020 ) (1) 8 80. (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 4 The pH of a solution is increased from 3 to 6. its H + ion concentration will be 1) reduced to half 2) doubled 3) reduced by 1000 times 4) increased by 1000 times.

4 10 .IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 26 .5 ml of 12-07-14_Jr.To this solution formate is added so as to adjust the conc. 2. K a of CH 3COOH  K b of NH 3  1. The concentration of H  ion at equivalence point is K w  1 10 1) 3.2M solution of HCOOH is 6.2 102 M  4) 2. In which case the pH of resulting solution K a will be average pH value of two solutions of HCN  1010 .25 4) 7 Equal volume of following solutions are mixed.75  1) 10.4  103 .8 85. What will be the 4 PH of solution  K a for HCOOH  2.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) 2 2 12 M weak mono acidic base  Kb  110  is titrated with M HCl in water at 5 15  14 25o C .7 102 M  The  H  in 0. 2) 4.2 107 M 3) 3.8 105  1) HCl  pH  2  and NaOH  pH  12  2) HCl  pH  2  and pH  pH  4  NaOH 3) HCN  pH  2  and NaOH  pH  12  4) CH 3COOH ( PH =5) and NH 3( aq) ( pH =10) Jr.19 3) 6. 2) 3.7 1013 M 84.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 83. of HCOONa to one mole per liter.  of HCOONa  0.

7 ii. 4 – 9.0 10 M Fe2  SO4  3 K sp  Fe  OH  3  2. Which indicator is most suitable in this titration? Acid 87.5 104 HCO3 2.5 The Ka of HNO2 is 4. will precipitate when 80 mL of 1.3 (4) Alizarin yellow PK In  12.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) Amount of NaHCO3 in an antacid tablet is to be determined by dissolving the tablet in water and titrating the resulting solution with HCl. H 2CO3 2.0 104 .4 108 (1) Methyl orange PK In  3.7 (2) Bromothymol blue PK In  7 (3) Phenolphthalein PK In  9.46 – 10.0  105 M Ba  OH  2 is 5 added to 20 mL of 1.5 – 4 which of the above pH range represent titration of Jr. Ka 2)6 3)4 4)2 What compound.6 1039 . 7. K sp  BaSO4  1. The pH of 0.04MNaNO2 solution is 1)8 88.Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 86.0 iii.1 1010 1) Fe  OH  3 89. 6. if any.IPLCO Space for Rough Work Page 27 . 12-07-14_Jr. 2) BaSO4 3)BOTH 4) Fe  OH  2 The following pH range where the indicator shows change in colour are given i.

weak base/strong acid  WA / S A  90.IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) I.1 M solution is found to be 10 %.  i   III 3.  i   I .  ii   II .  ii   II .  i   III 4)  i   I .  ii   III The percentage degree of hydrolysis of a salt of weak acid (HA) and weak base (BOH) in its 0. Weak acid/ strong base  WA / S B  III.  iii   II . the percentage hydrolysis of the salt should be : 1) 5% Jr. II. Strong acid/strong base  S A / S B  . If the molarity of the solution is 0. 1.  iii   III 2)  iii   I .IPLCO 2) 10% ` 3) 20% Space for Rough Work ` 4) None of these Page 28 .05 M.  iii   II .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr.  ii   I .

IPLCO_(JEE-Main 2011) Paper Setters Names: HYD/KPDS Maths Mr. K BABU RAO Ph : 9295034455 Physics Mr.IPLCO Maths Mr. BHASKAR REDDY 8499034313 Chemistry Mr. A GIRI BABU 9177217567 Physics Mr. SVS Ph : 9440285626 Space for Rough Work Page 29 .Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy WTM-10 12-07-14_Jr. G NARESH 9949247148 Paper Verifiers Names: VIJ-VEDAVYAS Jr. AMARANATH Ph : 8096637372 Chemistry Mr.