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1. Which quantum number gives the"

information about degenerate

orbitals?

(a) Principal quantum number

5. Sigma bonds are formed between two atoms X and Y by the overlap of

1. sp3 (X)-sp3 (Y)

2. sp3 (X)-ls(Y)

3. Is(X) - Is(Y) :

(b) Azimuthal quantum number

(e) Magnetic quantum number

What is the correct order of the energy released in the above three processes?

(d) Spin quantum number

2. What is the number of nearest neighbours of an atom in the bcc type of packing?

(a) 1> 2> 3 (b) 3' > 2 > 1

(a) 6 (b) 8 (e) 12 (d) 24

(e) 2> 1> 3

(d) 1> 3> 2

6. In which one of the following pairs of orbitals does overlapping result in hyperconjugation?

3. The electronic configuration [Ar]3d6 stands for

(a) a-a

(a) Ni 2+ (b) C03+ (e) XeD (d) Fe2+

(b) p-p

(e) cr-p (d) 1t-T[

4. In square planar complexes, the hybrid orbitals are dsp2. The atomic

orbitals which give rise to dsp2 hybrid orbitals are

7. Which one of the following best represents the three-dimensional view of H2N6?

(a)

(a) dx2_i' , s, Px and Py (b) dz2• s, Px and Py

(b)

(e) dx2_y2, s, pz and Py (d) dz2, s, Pz and Py

(d)

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1. wnro q:;~ il;i ~ if fct;"(f ~ ~ am ~~t7

(a) ~ ifiRJl ~

(b) wrnr rWA "Bwn (e) ~4i'I'!01 ~ ~ (d) ~ 1JiTZtl m§m

5. X q~ Y ~J.ir * ~ funn ~ RlOOj R1 fuI ct "Cfi~ il;i 3i R1 00!j I q 1 B ~ t :

1. sp3 (X)-sp3 (Y)

2. sp3 (X}-1s(Y)

3. ls(X)-1s(Y)

~ tr.r ~ -ij 3ffif~h1 ~ Cfi1 mft 5li1l~

2. bee ~ ~ if 1% ~ il;i ~ 5lR1~~1~1 cRt ~ ~ iRft %7

fa) 6

(b) 8

(e) 12

(d) 24

(a) 1> 2 > 3 (b) 3> 2 > 1 (e) 2> 1> 3 (d) 1> 3> 2

6. R lOOj R1 fig ct if it fenB ~ q;a;rq; - 'T"f ~ ~R104lq4 Cfi1 ~ 3iRlBWl1'1 ~?

3. f.i8RiU9d -ij B ~ ~fl4{il2t'fi ~
!Ar)3d6 ~?
fa) Ni2+
(b) Co3+
(e) Xeo
(d) Fe2+ (a) a-a

(b) p--p (e) o+p (d) rt-1t

7. R8R1f{ga ~ it thT.:r-m ~, H2N6 ~ ~~CflT~~~?

4. qsf B4dco:fl'!01 ~ t ~ q:;~ dsp2 iTIt ~ I dsp2 ~ Cfi&:1efi ~ m ~ -Cfia.1i'fi ~

(a) d 2 2. s, Px q~ Py x -y

ta) o~··,,\~H
6''''"H
(b) COD
H-N-H
00
~ H
(e) .. ,\\\\
N
Q 'H
(d) CO
H-N-H (e) dx2_y2• s, Pz q~ Py (d) dz2, s, pz -am Py

8. Square antiprism geometry of a transition metal complex belongs to point group

(a) C4lJ

(b) D4h

(e) D4d

(d) D2d

9. vNO stretching vibration (cm -1) in NO[CI041 and NO respectively occurs at which wave numbers?

(a) 2313 and 1876 (b) 2313 and 2313 (e) 1876 and 2313 (d) 1876 and 1876

10. What is the charge on the nitrogen atom in the following compound?

:0:

~

.. / """ ..

H-Q Q:

(All valence electrons are shown in the figure)

(a) +1

(b) +2

(e) -1

(d) -2

11. Which one of the following is the softest acid according to HSAB principle?

(a) Pb2+

(b) Fe2+

(e) Cu2+

(d) Cu+

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12. What are the number of protons, number of electrons and number of neutrons respectively in a molecule of heavy water?

(a) 10, 10, 10 (b) 8, 10, II

(e) 12, 10, 10 (d) 12, 10, 12

13. Which one of the following IS the most basic oxide?

(a) Ga203 (b) In20 (e) T120 (d) T1203

14. When sodium is dissolved in liquid ammonia, it will produce

(a) ammonium ion

(b) amide ion

(e) ammoniated electron

(d) sodium ion

15. At ordinary temperatures, beryllium hydride occurs as a polymeric chain. The geometry around each beryllium atom is

(a) trigonal planar

(b) tetrahedral

(c) square planar

(d) linear

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8. ~ ~ "mg ~ ~ qrf SlRlf51-sA \i4lfGRt, ~t=iR1fu1d ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~%?

(a) C4v (b) D4h (e) D4d (d) D2d

9. NO[CI041 om NO 'it vNO cr;r;r ~ (em-i)~: ~ oirT ~ 'l\ mit~?

(a) 2313 om 1876

(b) 2313 ~ 2313

(e) 1876 om 2313

(d) 1876 om 1876

10. Pi I=! R1 fuJ {1 ~ ~ ., I ~ {l ::itoi t:W1lUJ. -q'\

~w:nt?

:0: "

II N

.. / , ..

H-Q Q:

(@ft Bti'l::il<tldl ~8<tS:T"l m it ~ ~ ~) (a) + 1 "

(b) +2

(e) -1

(d) -2

11. HSAB ftr.&Rf ~ 3l¥ffi, HI=! Rif€id it it ~ -m l!,Cli ~ 3111:l %?

(a) Pb2+
(b) Fe2+
(e) Cu2+
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12. ~-~ (%eft q'fc{) ~ l!,Cli ~ ~ )I)iR, $8'*~J1 o~ ~ ~ ~ Sfilm: ~

(a) 10, io, 10

(b) 8, io, 11

[c} 12, io, 10

(d) 12, 10, 12

13. f.!t=iR1RsJa ~ ~ cF'R-m l!,Cli ~ ~ 3iT<tB l~s %?

(a) Ga203 (b) In20 (e) T120 (d) T1203

14. Blh%oq'l ~ Wf ~ it ~ ~ "CR ~~ awRCFn%?

(b) ~~

(e) 3i41f.lQ)::S ~d<t{T'1 (d) m~~'l 31TlR"

15. ~ mq "CR ~i{R1411 $1~9W; ~ ~ if; ~ it l1T<lT "fRff % I ~ ~ 4ftfM411 ~ ~ \i4lfilRt w:n ifrft?

(b) :q~(14i14 (e) Cflf B'ldctloq

(d) ~

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16. INiLs) (where L is neutral) types of compounds can have trigonal bipyramidal (tbp) and square pyramidal (sp) geometries. Which one of the following is correct about magnetic properties of these types of geometries?

(a) [NiLsl with sp geometry is paramagnetic only

(b) [NiLs) with tbp geometry is paramagnetic only

(e) [NiLs] with tbp and sp geometries is diamagnetic

(d) [NiLs) with tbp and sp geometries is paramagnetic

17. Which one of the following salts (high spin for paramagnetic samples) will have the strongest attraction to a magnetic field?

fa) MnS04

(b) CoS04

(e) CuS04

(d) ZnS04

18. The complex CuX~- has magnetic moment 1·72 BM. The complex ion can have which of the following geometries?

1. o; (HS)

2. Td(HS)

3. Square planar (HS)

4. Square planar (LS)

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Select the correct answer using the code given below :

Code:

(a) 1, 2. 3 and 4 (b) 1, 2 and 3 only (e) 2, 3 and 4 only (d) 1 and 4 only

19. In metal carbonyl complexes, as more electron density moves from the metal d-orbitals to the CO 1t «: orbitals, the CO stretching frequency

fa) increases (b) decreases

(e) remains same (d) disappears

20. Inverse spinel structure is observed in which one of the following?

(a) Mn304 (b) V20S (e) Fe203 (d) Fe304

21. Which one techniques manufacture bauxite?

of the following

is used in the

of aluminium from

(a) Reduction with magnesium (b) Reduction with coke

(e) Electrolytic reduction

(d) Reduction with iron

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16. [NiLS) (-mrm L ~ t) "5ICfiT{ ~ ~ <€t ~I~RI 1)840idiPa ffifG'l4l1 (tbp) om qrf fCI'tf?ltl [sp] m ~ t I ~ "5fCfiR <fiT 'J'tllfqRp~l ~ ilkileh1l1 Til ~ ~ R8Rif@d .q it ~~m ~ ~ t?

fa) sp 'ilUfqf(j ~ [NiLsl ~ -3'lftkil <hili men ~

(b) tbp ;;;QlfilR1 cnm [NiLs] ~ 3i ~W"'I4i)1I m<rr t

(e) tbp om sp ;r;Q1f!lRl r.:m?IT [NiLs) >I Rt~kil4i)lI ~ l

(d) tbp o'm sp 'i'!4lf11R1 CfTffi [NiL 5] 3iW cflll irnr t

17. R'"'1 Rifu.h1 ~ -« ~ ~ ( ¢iftkl<hlll ~ ~ ~ ~ ~) <llT 'jf4<h1l1 !$J ~~~~-&n?

(a) MnS04

(b) CoS04

(e) CuS04 (d) ZnS04

18. ~ CuX~- <llT tFi'ch)1I ~ 1'72 BM t I $ ~ 'i'!4lfltRt RJO"'"lRif@d -q -« ~-mmrrr?

1. o, (HS)

2. Td (HS)

3. qrf BAd~ .. 1'I1i (HS)

4. qrf BAaMlll (LS)

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fa) 1, 2, 3 3Tr: 4
(b) ~ 1,2 3lR 3
(e) ~ 2,3 am 4
(d) ~13ffi4 19. qq <:hIJif.lifl ~ it ~-~ ~€I<f{TOi ~ ~ d-Cfl~ it CO 1t *-Cfi~ ein (t"{qi 31fucfi ~~, CO <€t mfR ~

(a) ~t

(b) ~t

fe) ~ W<ft t

(d) ~m~t

20. R"'"1fC,'1ilga -q it ~ SlRt(?llA ~ ~ M'~~t?

(a) Mn304
(b) V20S
(c) Fe203
(d) Fe304 21. ~T<ml~" it %fqR44 ~ f:mivr it f.lqfflf(g(l -q it ~ 'tfcIi M~ "fiT mrr fc6<n "frnT t?

(a) ~sfl~llIq ~ m~ ~

(b) m*~~

(e) ~-~~ (d) ~~m~~

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22. The reaction between metallic silver and aqueous NaCN forming a soluble complex occurs in the presence of

(a) nitrogen (b) helium fe) argon (d) oxygen

23. What is the IUPAC name of [Ni(NH3)4(2+ [NiCI4)2-?

(a) Tetrachloronickel(II) tetraaminenickel(II}

(b) Tetraaminenickel{II) tetrachloronickel(II)

(e) Tetraaminenickel(II} tetrachloronickelate(II)

(d) Tetrachloronickel(II) tetraaminenickelate(II}

24. What is the number of isomeric

forms possible for

[Co(en)2(NH3bc12t complex?

fa) 2 (b) 3 (e) 4 (d) 5

25. Consider the following statements in respect of rCoCI6]4- complex ion:

1. It is paramagnetic.

2. It is a low-spin complex.

3. Oxidation number of Co is-4.

4. The coordination number of Co is 6.

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Which of the statements given above are correct?

fa) 1, 2, 3 and 4 (b) 3 and 4 only (e) 1 and 4 only (d) 1 and 2 only

26. What type of isomerism

present in the pair

complexes [Co(NH3) S Br]S04 [Co(NH3)sS041Br?

(a) Linkage isomerism

(b) Ligand isomerism

(e) Ionization isomerism

(d) Coordination isomerism 27. The complex

CI Br

" / /pt,

H3N Py

can be formally formed from K2[PtCI4] by which one of the following sequences of substitutions of the chloride ions?

IS

of and

(a) Py, Br-. NH3 (b) Br-. Py, NH3 (e) Br-, NH3, Py (d) NH3• Br-, Py

28. The complexes [Co(NH3)s{N02)]2+ and [Co{NH3)s(ONO))2+ are called

(a) ionization isomers

(b) linkage isomers

(e) coordination isomers

(d) geometrical isomers

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22. mm ~ q~ ~ NaCN ef?t 31f~ tt ~ ~~, f.t~R1f@d iq -a ~ ~it~t?

(a) OiI~~"'I"i
g)Rfi<!l4
(b)
(e) 3Wf;,
3ii<Rfl~H
(d) 23. [Ni(NH3}412+ [NiC1412- CfiT IUPAC ';f[l1 <fm t?

(a) tS:lq{,1I()f.tih~ (II) tS:lQ:l:il"lf.1ihl:.'1 (II) (b) t s:1 Tt41 OJ f.t i:fl (_1 (II) ls:l'kfl () f.t Ch(_1 (II) (e) l~liVfIOjPt<t(1 (II) l~I<R11UPt4:;@k (II) (d) lS:I?ft11()f.l<he1 (II) l~I~xf1 ~f.l<h8l (II)

24. [Co(en)2(NH3)2C12J+ ~ ~ ~ €l:JICI<!lril ~ ~ ~?

(a) 2 (b) 3 (e) 4 (d) 5

25. [CoC1614- ~ 3WR t ~Q it FP:4R1fuH1 q;~ 'q\ ~ ~ ::

1. ~ 3i~c€l1l t I

2. cn:~f.rq~~tl

3. Co c€t 31iCHftC1i{OI -B&n -4 t I

4. Co ef?t ~ ~ 6 t: I

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.3$ ~ it -a -m-it ~ %? (a) 1, 2, 3 3itt 4

(b) ~ 3 3ffi 4

(e) ~ 1 3ftt 4

(d) ~ 1 3itt 2

26. ~ [Co(NH3IsBr}S04 o'lfT

[Co(NH3)sS041Br it ~ ~ ef?t ~{l4Iq<!lq('11 t:?

(a) ~ BI'II"104C1dl (b) ~ €I'I Iq<!l"lOd I (e) 3Wf.R BlOIlqllq(11 (d) ~ ldQlqll"lOdl

27. K2[PtCI41 it <R.11{W; ~ ~ PP:""ll"ftl"&d ltit~~~~IDU~

CI Br

-, Pt/

/ "-

H3N Py

q;) ~q;;ilft<tld: iSf01TlIl ~ ~~? (a) Py, Br-, NH3

(b) Br-, Py, NH3

(e) Br-, NH3, Py

(d) NH3, Br-, Py

(a) ~ w41C111<;( (b) ~ €1OI1C1l(q

(e) ~ ~{I:'II'Nq (d) \i4lftlcft4 BlOIlq<!lCl

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29. If £10 and At represent crystal field splitting energies for d-orbitals for octahedral and tetrahedral geometries respectively I then for d 6 (high spin in both the cases), what are the CFSE (ignoring the pairing energy) respectively?

(a) 0.66.0 and O· 66.t

(b) 0·4Ao and O·46.t

(c) 0 AAo and O· 6At

(d) 0·6£10 and 0 A£1 t

30. Which one of the following complexes is expected to have lowest 6. 0 value?

(a) [Co(NH3l613+

(b) [CoF613-

(c) [Rh{NH3)sI3+ (d) [Ir(NH3)613+

31. Sulphur dioxide levels in the atmosphere can be reduced by using

(a) catalytic converters in industry (b) static electricity to attract it in

factory chimneys

(c) more efficient car engines (d) low-sulphur fuels

32. What does Green Chemistry in terms of environment mean?

(a) Greenhouse effect

(b) Reactions related to the depletion of ozone layer

(c) Photosynthetic reactions in plants

(d) Reduction production chemicals

in the use and

of hazardous

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33. The complexes [Ru(H2Q612+ and [RuCI6J3- have nearly same llo values, because

(a) both the complexes contain the same metal atom

(b) both the complexes have a

symmetrical octahedral

structure

(e) the presence of a weaker field ligand in one is compensated by the presence of the metal in a higher oxidation state

(d) the H20 and CI- occupy adjacent positions III the spectrochemical series

34. To satisfy the is-electron role in the complex [(cycloheptatriene) Mo(COlsl. the hapticity of the coordinated cycloheptatriene ligand must be

(a) 6 (b) 5 (c) 4 (d) 2

35. The molecule N{SiMe 3) 3 has a

(a) pyramidal shape and is a Lewis base

(b) pyramidal shape and is a Lewis acid

(c) T -shaped geometry and IS a Lewis acid

(d) trigonal planar geometry and has no Lewis base character

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29. ~ ~O (f9.fT s, Sfi1rn: 3U!lf)1:'1<hl4 "Om il UW'1:'1 chl q ,RH f?:tRl'41 t d - q:;~ cf;T ~ eb"fuw::l~~~~,-at d 6 (GT-n Mfu41 -q 3Uf ~) cfi't CFSE (W'R ~ <it ~ ~ ~) ~:~~?

(a) o· 66. 0 om O· 6.6. t (b) 0.4.6.0 (f2fl O·4~t (e) 0·4/).o"02lT O· 6~t (d) O· 6/). 0 "Om 0 -4.6. t

30. f."I'"'1ftif@d it B ~ 1% ~ q;r /).0 l1R ~m?

(a) [Co(NH3)6J3+ (b) [CoF6J3-

(el [Rh(NH31s13+ (d) [Ir(NH3}613+

31. ql~4usf1 it ~ ~3>iT<tflI~g "iflT "R'R f.1AR1fum it ~ ~ ~ ~ Cfil{ ~ ~~t?

(a) ~ it ~ qf<qcfct;

(b) :m~:>lfitCh f€!4R41 it ~ ~ ~ ~~

(e) 31'fuq, q&lm ~ CfiR ~

(d) ~ ~ ll'lm ~ ~tH

32. q1(114{01 ~ lR:~ it tmt; (IBllIf."I4Zl' qij '¥IT "(ffiq7.f ~?

(a) !ft'it\131d 1{mg

(b) ~ 11\0 31cf~ ~ ~ ~

(e) ~"it "5fCfim-~ ~

(d) <5Ict\<1ICfi \l1d14f."1Ch ~ ~ ~ ~ ~itcpft

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33. ~ [Ru(H20)6J2+ om (RuC16J3- ~ /). 0 lfR" WlWT "H4"R ~, ~

(a) GFit ~ ~ ~ WJTllJ "f!lfR ~

(b) Gf.n ~ cfit ~ ~

3H%I:'14i111 ~

(e) tzyfi ~ it ~ $ ~ <€t ~, ~ ~ it ~ cf;T ~ ZlT<NfI'll{ol ~ iJJU SlR!<flIf(d mcft

~

(d) ~ <IBllIf.1q:; ~ "it H20 "O~ cr: q)f~~t

34. ~ [(fll~'ful~~lill~"1) Mo(CO}31 -q 18- ~~<tilTp{ f.m"q CfiT ~ <fiG ~ ~ fiLl f.OCl d :e1~<.R"ll%QI{I~'i ~ cfit ~Rfuil ~ mt 1ft~?

fa) 6 (b) 5 (e) 4 (d) 2

35. 3lUJ N(SiMe 3)3 q)f/<€t

(a) 31lCfiR fq\flItl ~ am: ~ ~ ~ &Tf{q'j t

(b) ~ Mflltl t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~t

(c) \ill 1 fliRt T - 3lJqiJ{ ;::fit t 3fn: ~ ~ ~~t

(d) "*llftlRl QB4'1dl~ :e4dct111 % 6ftt ~~~~lJ'T~~

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36. An example of a closo-carborane is

(a) CB4H~(b) CB4H~(e) CB4HS (d) CB4H;-

37. Wilkinson's catalyst

(a) is coordinatively saturated

(b) does not obey the IS-electron rule

(e) is used for oxidation of alcohols

(d) is an Ir complex used in the

preparation of important

pharmaceutical products

38.

What results in when concentrated H2S04 is added to a beaker containing sugar, C12H22011?

(a) A spongy mass of elemental carbon

(b) C6H1206 (e) C24H44022

(d) Another crystalline form of sugar

39. What is the product obtained on reaction between ethylene and A12Me6?

(a) AI2Me4(n-prb (b) A12 (ethylene) 6 (e) A12 (ethylene) 3 (d) A12H6

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40. Which one of the following

statements is correct?

e

(a) CH3 CH2 S is a stronger base

and more nucleophilic than e

CH3CH20

e

(b) CH3CH2S is a stronger base

and less nucleophilic than e

CH3CH20

e

(e) CH3CH2S is a weaker base

and less nucleophilic than e

CH3CH20

. e

(d) CH3CH2 S is a weaker base

and more nucleophilic than e

CH3CH20

41.

Consider the following molecules

ED NH3

!

o

II

1Il

IV

What is the correct order of their basicity?

(a) I> III> II> IV

(b) IV> II> III> I

(e) I> III> IV> II

(d) IV> II> I> III

36. PiRR1fu1d .q B ~-m ~-~ ~ ~~~?

fa) CB4H~-

(b) CB4H~-

(e) CB4HS

(d) CB4H~-

37. ~R%'"f{1 ~

fa) (1q~4d: ~ ~

(b) 18 - ~ 8 if?: i '"i f;Frq 'fiT l:ffi1-f "'"itt <fj«fT ~

fe) ~ll5ict1 ~ 3'lT<Rft<fI{OI ~ ~

~i{~~~

(d) ~ Ir "<fIT ~ t, ftR:JCfiT :m1rr liii('Cl'flf ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~t

38. ~ ~ 'if 00 ~, C12H22011 .q ~ {'i~(<h ~ fiR1H -Q <p:n ~ ~?

fa) ~ ~ 'fiT ~ flus

(b) C6H1206 (e) C24H44022

(d) ~ <iiI 1% 31r4" fSEiflctt ~

39 .. ~ (fm A12Me6 o€t ~ -it ~ ~~~t?

fa) A12Me 4 (n-pr) 2 (b) A12(~)6 (e) A12(~)3 (d) A12H6

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e e

fa) CH3CH20 o€t ~m CH3CH2S

~~~afR~~ t

e e

(b) CH3CH20 ~ ~J;iT CH3CH2S

~~~afn:q;ll~%

e e

(e) CH3CH20 cfit a:M&TT CH3CH2S

~ ~ &ll\<fi a:fR <fil1 ~ t

e e

(d) CH3CH20 o€t ~IID CH3CH2S

~ ~ &m<fi 3ltt mtFfi ~ t

0 OJ 'I I
NyNH
N
H
I II III IV
~ ~ q;r ~ SfilJ <P-n t?
(a) I> III> II> IV
(b) IV> II> III> I
(e) 1> HI> IV> 11
fd) IV> II> J> m 13

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Isomeric hexanes

Number of monochlorinaied products

42. Consider the following bases Code:
OH- NH2" HC"""C- CH3CH2 (a) A B C D
5 4 3 2
I II III IV (b) A B C 0
What is the correct order of their 1 4 3 5
strength? (e) A 8 C D
(a) IV> II> III> I 1 3 4 5
(d) A B C 0
(b) I > III> 11 > IV 5 3 4 2
(c) IV > []J > II > I
44. Consider the following :
(d) I>II>III>JV $ e $
CH3CHCH3 CH3CHOCH3 CH3CHCOCH3
I II III 43. Match List-I with List-Il and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists:

List-I (Reaction)

List-II (Intermediate)

What is the correct order of their stability?

(a) I> II> m (b) Ill> JI> I (e) III> I> tr (d) II> I> m

45. Which of the following pairs are correctly matched?

e + 11

B. CH3CH2CH2CH-N:!!N---i> 2. Carbariion

CH3CH2CH=CH2

1. 3-methyl pentane Four
2. 2,2-dimethyl
butane Five
3. 2,3-dimethyl
butane Two D. R-~-CH2-~-OEt e

(i) OC2HS

(ii) CH3Br

R-E1:~~-OEt

4. Free radical

Select the correct answer using the code given below

Code:

(a) 1, 2 and 3 (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 1 and 3 only (d) 2 and 3 only

5. Carbocation

P.::!DTQ~-DIF/7A

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~:
(a) A B C D
5 4 3 2
(b) A B C D
1 4 3 5
(e) A B C D
1 3 4 5
(d) A B C D
5 3 4 2 I II III N

~ ~ q;'[ ~ Sfill <Fn %7

(a) IV> II> III> I (b) I> III> II> IV (e) IV > III > II > I

(d) I > II > III> IV

43. ~-l <it ~-Il it ~ ~ a:m ~ ~ ~ ~ l1l:; ~ q;'[ m <fl{ ~ ~~:

~-I ~-II
(~) (lf~)
CH2Cl
A. ~ +NaOH~ L~
~H20H
e + 6. 2. Cfl14*01141
B. CH3CH2CH2CH-N!:'SiN~
CH3CH2CH=CH2
+
N=N
C. ~ + H3P02-7>@ 3. ~
D. R-~-CH21-OEt 4. ~~
e
(i) OC2HS
(ii) CH3Br
R-E-J:~roEt
5. ~~ P-DTQ~-DIF/7A

~ ~ (fiT t® ~ <p:['J ~? fa) I> II> III

(b) III> II> I

(e) III> I> II

(d) II> I> III

'>n "'flft 41'1 CfMI '1 fid

~riiT ~

1. 3 ... itf?«.1 m -.;:m:
2. 2,2-~~~ : ..
'!(fq
3. 2,3-~~: Gl ~ ~ lTll: ~ cfi) BtiI4<H ~ mft ~ ~:

~:
(a) 1, 2 3fu 3
(b) ~IJfR2
(e) ~ lam3
(d) ~2:dR3 15

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46. Consider the following compounds :

1

111

What is the correct order of their acidity?

(a) II> I> III

(b) III> I> tt

(e) II> III> I

(d) III> II> I

47. An organic compound (A) C4HS decolourises bromine water and on treatment with CO and H2 in presence of suitable catalyst undergoes oxo-reaction to give aldehydes (B) and (C). (B) on reduction forms pentan-I-ol while (C) gives 2-methyl-butan-l-ol on reduction. What is the structure of the compound (A)?

(b) CH3 -CH=CH-CH3

(e)

(d) D.

P-BTQ-J-DIF /7 A

48. Match List-I with List-II and select
the correct answer using the code
given below the Lists ;
List-I List-II
A. CH3-COOH-7 1. (i) CH3Li
CH3Br EEl
fil) H30
B. CH3-COOH~ 2. 8r21 red P
Br-CH2 -COOH
C. CH3-COOH ---+ 3. (i) AgN03
CH3COCH3 fii) Br2 I~
4. Soda lime III
Code:
(a) A B C
3 2 4
(b) A B C
2 3 1
(c) A B C
2 3 4
(d) A B C
3 2 1 49. Which of the following statements is / are correct for a compound having molecular formula C6H140 showing three proton-NMR signals?

1. The compound is a symmetrical ether.

2. It gives iodopropane with hot HI and does not react at all with Na metal.

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

Code:

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(e) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

16

m

(a) II> I> III

(b) ill> J> II

(e) II> III> I

(d) III> II> I

47. ~ Cf)1~PICf) mm (A) C4HSJ ?hfR ~ ciT ~ ~ t {f~ ~ ~ ciit ~ .q- CO 3fR H2 it -31f~ ~ ~-~ sm ~('"il$I~'5 (B) w.n (C) ~ ~I (B) ~ ~ it ~-l-~ ~ t ~ (C) it; ~ it 2-m~$-l-~ ~ %1 ~ (A) <fit ~ <FIT t?

fa) CH3 -CH2 -CH=CH2

(b) CH3 -CH=CH-CH3

(d) 0

P-DTQ-J-DIF/7A

48. ~-I Ch1 ~-II it ~ ~ 3ffi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'fC Cfil m Cfi1; ~ '3'n1 ~:

~-I ~-11

1. (i) CH3Li (ii) H3~

2. Br21 ~ P

CH3Br B. CH3-COOH-7 Br-CH2 -COOH C. CH3-COOH-7 CH3COCH3

3. Ii) AgN03 (ii) Br216.

~~111

4.
¥:
(a) A B C
3 2 4
(b) A B C
2 3 1
(e) A B C
2 3 4
(d) A B C
3 2 1 49. C6H140 ~ ~ w.n tR itiR-NMR ~ ~ ~ <ftfTr<tl ~ ~ -it f4'""1R-t roH1 it it ~-m/it (fi2R ~ t/~?

1. ~ ~ 't"(Efi tfIifTRr ~ % I

2. "l!1! <fffl'r<tl T"j"{q HI ~ m~' ~ ~ ¢1ll1"'j:iH>iVl"i ~ t om Na mf! ~ m~ a:n~ ~ CfilJfI t I

~ ~ om: ~ ~ mFI"ill it -m.ft ~

~:

~:
(a) ~l
(b) ~2
(e) 1~2~
(d) ~ml3lR~tt2 17

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50. Which of the following pairs are correctly matched?

52. Consider the following molecule

H+~CH3 OH

HO 3 H

4

CH3

Reagent Reaction
L Na metal Wittig reaction
2. (C6HS)3 P=CR2 Wurtz reaction
3. NaOH /NH2 -NH2 Wolff-Kishner
reduction
4. ZnCl2 +HCI Lucas reagent/
reaction What are the configurations at chiral centres in the molecule shown above?

(a) 2R and 3R

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

(b) 2R and 3S

(c) 2S and 3R

Code:

(a) 1 and 2

(d) 2S and 3S

(b) 2 and 3

(c) 3 and 4

53. Consider the following compound

(d) 1 and 4

OH 6 1,#

1111"0<'

5 2

4 3

Which one of the following is the correct RS configurations of the above compound?

51. What is the dihedral angle between the hydroxyl groups in the most stable conformation of 1,2- ethanediol?

(a) 1( R), 2( R), 5( S)

(a) 1800

(b) I( S), 2( R), 5( S)

(e) 600

(e) I( RJ, 2( S), 5( R)

(d) OD

(d) l(S), 2(R), 5(R)

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50. f.l8~Rsd ~ -il ~ <tR-it ~~? 52. f.18Rifuid ~"q\ ~ ~ :
arR:t 4i 'hfl 3ri1:I [}Itt I HiOH

: ferlVT
1. Na tnQ HO 3 H
~ 4
(C6HSh P=CR2 :W CH3
2.
aTI~
NaOH jNH2 -NH2 : <ffi;q;-~ ~~31UJ-il~~t~
3. <Pn ~?
~
4. ZnC12 +HCl :~ (a) 2R 3TR 3R
~/.
~
(b) 2R 3fR 35
~ ful!. ~ ~ <'fiT ~ eg wft ;:mt:
~: (e) 2S3ft{ 3R
~:
(d) 28 am: 3S
(a) 13ffi:2
(b) 2 3fn: 3
53. Rqitlf{§{j ~ "([{ ~ ~ :
(e) 3 aiR 4 OH
6 1 .. ". ... ~
(d) 1 am: 4 11111'~'
5 2
4 3
f.lRR9if@d -il ~ ~-m r;cf> ~ ~

51. 1,2-~3lffi ~ m ~ ~ it <'fiT lItt RS ~ ~?
~1~9Jr<F:li;1 ~ if; <iffq ifi ftfc1 cm-or <fit
llR <Pn ~? (a) l(R). 2(R). 5(S)
(a) 180°
(b) 1(S). 2(R}, 5(S)
(b) 90°
(e) l(R), 2(S) , SIR)
(e) 60°
(d) 0° (d) l(S), 2(R), SIR) P-DTQ-J-DIF /7 A

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, I .

54. Which one of the following Newman projections represents a mesocompound?

H$M~ Br

(a)

H Br

Me

Me

(b) Bryf-yMe

H~Br H

Me

Me$Br

(e)

H Br

H

(d) BrhH Br~H

Me

55. Consider the following statements in respect of the following :

COOH

I

HO-C-H

I a

Hb-C-OH

I

CaOH

l. Ha and Hb have threo-
relationship.
2. Ha and Hb are homotopic.
3. Ha and Hb are diastereotopic.
4. Ha and Hb are enantiotopic. P-DTQ-J-DIF/7A

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 and 3

(e) 1 and 4

(d) 1 and 3

56. What is the maximum number of possible geometrical isomers of CH3CH=CHCH=CHCH=CHOH?

(a) 2

(b) 4

(e) 6

(d) 8

57. In 2-chlorobutane CH3

I

H3-C-CI

I

H1-C-H2

I

CH3

fa) HI and H2 are homotopic

(h) HI and H2 are diastereotopic

(e) HI and H3 are homotopic

(d) H2 and H3 are enantiotopic

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54. RtoiR1fu!d 'if "it ~-m ~ ~ >T~.1% ~ q;~ ~"it ~--ij- ~~?
~-~ <it ~ <fi\Ol~?
Me (a) laftt2
H$B'
(a) (b) 2 3ffi 3
H Br
Me
fe} 13Tn:4
Me
B'$Me (d) larn:3
(b)
H Br
H
56. CH3CH=CHCH=CHCH=CHOH il;
Me
Me$B' ~ ;;;q(f?I(1~14 e'1IC14ql e#it ~
(e) "ffi941 CflfI mrrt?
H Br
H
(a] 2
Me
B'$H (b) 4
(d)
Br H (e) 6
Me
(d) 8 55. f4toiRif@a ~ ~'q ~ f.iklR1f@a q;~ 'R ~~:

eOOH

I

HO-C-H

I a

Hb-C-OH

I

eOOH

1. Ha afR Hb ~ fi{3TI-~ ~ I

2. Ha arn: Hb ~ ~I

3. Ha a:fu: Hb sI4Rlft'41if'f4q; i I

4. Ha arn: Hb c0R41iWI<ti ~ I

P-DTQ-J-DIF /7A

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58, Which one of the following undergoes 60. In the reaction
nucleophilic substitution with 6 + C6H5MgBr~ A
NaCN at the fastest rate? H30+ :;,.B
(a) Br~
what is the product B?
(b) Br~ HCF'
(a)
(e) Br~ 0
C:6H5
(b)
(d) Br~
(e) CHS
59. In the reaction OH
Q IV. CH3~gBr/CU2Br, (d) C6CHS
X
CH3 (zi) H30 . OH
what is the product X? 6l. In the reaction
H(i3 0
~ (i) CH3Li
CH2=CH- -CH3 + ) X
fa) I (ii) H30
what is the product X?
0:H3 0
II
(b) (a) bH2-CH2-C-CH3
CH3 H3
OCH3 ~
(b) CH3-CH--c-CH3
(e) 6H3
?H
CH3
(e) CH2=CH-C-CH3
6H3
H3y\
(d) (d) CH2=CH-bH-CH3
H3 CH3 P-DTQ-J-DIF /7A

........ J

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, .

58. f.)J;jR1Rs1a it ~ ~ NaCN ~ ~ 60.~
~ SlRrfl!lIQ'1 ~ TTfu ~ m? 6 + C.H5MgBr~ A
+
B~ H30 ); B
(a)
'it '3t'11G B ~ %7
(b) <>«.-. Her
(a)
Br~
(e) 0
B~ (b) C:.HS
(d)
(e) (SHS
59. ~ OH
~H' C6HS OH
(i) CH3MgBr/Cu2Br2 ) X (d) C::
(ii) H30+
-q '3t'11G X tAl %1 61. ~
HOl' CH =CHJ-CH (i) CH3Li )X
(a) I 2 3 (ii) H30+
it '3t'11G X tAl %?
0
cXH' (a) II
(b) CH2-CH2-C-CH3
bH3
H3
0
(b) 11
CH3-CH-C-CH3
(e) &H' tH3
H3 OH
I
(e) CH2=CH-C-CH3
bH3
H3~
(d) (d) CH2=CH-CH-CH3
6CH3
H3 P-DTQ-J-DIF/7A

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62. Consider the following statements:

64. By the attack of an electrophile , which one of the following will form the most stable carbocation?

Malonic ester may be used for the synthesis of

(a) Aniline

1. substituted acetic acids

(b) Acetanilide

2. dicarboxylic acids

(e) Anisole

3. a-amino acids

(d) Dimethylaniline

Which of the above statements are correct?

65. Consider the following conversion :

(a) 1 and 2 only

(b) 1 and 3 only

(e) 2 and 3 only

What is the most appropriate reagent for the above conversion?

(d) 1, 2 and 3

(a) KMn04

63. Consider the following statements:

(b) Pb(OAcj4

Acetoacetic ester may be used for the synthesis of

(e) Se02 (d) NaI04

1. a, j3-unsaturated acids

2. j3-keto acids

3. methyl ketones

4. 3-pentanone

66. Which one of the following is obtained by diazotization of aniline in cold followed by treatment with dimethylaniline?

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) (CH3bN-@-7-@
H
(b) (CH3bN-@--@
(e) (CH3)2N-@-@-NH2
(d) (CH3hN-@-N=N-@ (a) 1, 2 and 3 only

(b) 1, 2 and 4 only

(e) 3 and 4 only

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

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~(11~ifl ~ ~ ~ it

1. ~ ~R:Cfi ~ <tlT ij~8t1ol q;{~%

2. :S1~iflliir.mft1ifi,:w:ffi onT ~~8"1al q;{ w.na %

3. o.-~ ~ Cfi1 ~:tiflqol Cfi1.: m i

64. ~d~T'1~tl t m~ 3lf~ ~ ~q~Rstd it B m-m ~, ~ ~ ~~?

(a) ~f4cl1.,

rb) U:Bl~Rf..'1I~:S

(e) Q;R(11{?1

(d)~

ra) ~ 1 3fR 2 (b) ~ 1 3fR 3

(e) ~ 2 3fR 3

~ ~qlr:(1(OI ~ ~ 3~d(jq ~ ~t?

(d) 1, 2 afR 3

(a) KMn04

(b) Pb(OAc) 4

(e) Se02

~«til~Q<'h ~ it ~ -e

1. 0., ~-~ ~ ~ B~€it101 Ofil:

~%

2. l3-ctiRJ ~ ~ tA~8qol Cli\ ~ ~

3. ~~ ~ Cfi1 {Oi:tzYlqol cg ~ %

4. 3-~ CfiT B~8qol <f1{ m ~

(d) NaI04

66. ~ ~ if; :S1~V1111ifi{OI ~ ~ ~ ~cl~f4Hl'1 ~ mw ~ 6J{l RJO"'1R1R9d -ij -e ~ -m ~ ~ mlf WIT?

(a) {CH3bN-@--Y-@

H

(a) ~ 1, 2 3TR 3

(b) ~ 1, 2 3fu: 4 (e) ~ 3 am 4 (d) 1, 2, 3 3fR 4

67. N-acetylation on sodium salt of sulphanilic acid is much easier than on its free acid form, because

(a) acetylation is hindered by steric effect exerted by large -S03H group

(b) quick desulphonation occurs prior to acetylation

(e) lone pair of electrons on nitrogen is not available in salt form

(d) lone pair of electrons on nitrogen is not available as free acid exists in dipolar ion form

68. Which one of the following has maximum resonance energy?

(a) 0 7

H

(hI 0 (e) 0

S

(d) CH2 =CH-CH=CH2

69. For converting a pentose into a

hexose, what is the required

reagent?

(a) Phenylhydrazine/Hel

(b) Phenylhydrazine/NaBH4/H20 (e) NaCN / H30+ / ~ / Na-Hg

(d) Br2 / H20, Ca(OHb. Fe + + + I H202

P-DTQ,J-DIF /7 A

70. Consider the following reactions for the synthesis of n-amino acids :

1.

(i) NH3

CICHzCOOH (ii) dil, HCt

+ H3N-CHz-COOH

2.

o

~l(+J

~l'IK + C~-CHzCOOEt~

o H30 +

A ~H3N-CH2-COOH

Which of the above reactions is/are correct?

(a) . 1 only

(b) 2 only

(e) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

71. Lysine has pKa1:: 2 ·18 and

pKa2= 8· 95. The pKa for

ionizations of the side chain is 10'53. What is the isoelectric point of lysine?

(a) 5·56

(b) 6·35

(e) 9·74

(d) 10'83

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'67. {1<4iR~q; ~ ~ ~l~;qli C1Cf1JT CfiT

N-~FeflC'flCfl{UI, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N-(tFeRcilCfl(UI <fit ~1'dT ~ ma t I ~ <f'Ql <fm:uT ~?

(a) ~ --S03H ~ ~ ~ Rl'"4Itf) >rmq ~ enRUTQfBRctlCfl(OI ~'QO

m~

(b) ~ff&dl"h{ol"B ~ ~ f4B~;ftCfl{UI 1?t~t

(e) ~ ~ .q Oi 1~<0<i1"l q.j( ~ ~<PIif{T'1 Wll ~~ 11fl irffi t

(d) ~ ~, fuwft 31(1.R' iii ~ .q "QrffT

~, W ~ '11$;£\>:11'1 CfiT ~

~er<f?(T"l ~ ~ 1tl itcrr t

68. f.h'"ifclfuH1 il it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~?

(a) 0 7

H

(b) 0 (e) 0

S

(d) CH2 =CH - CH=CH2

69. fcR:ft ~ <fi1 ~ ~ ~ iI; ~ 3ilq:t4Cfl 3lf~ q;l{l t?

fa) q,R<:1~[~tsfl"l/HCl

(b) q,Rt1~I~~0{/NaBH4 /H20 (c) NaCN / H30+ /6./ Na-Hg

(d) Br2/H20, Ca(OH)2' Fe+++ / H:2°2

P-DTQ-J-DIF /7 A

70. a-~ ~ iii ti~erqol ~ ~ f.?IQRif?9a ~,-m G"{ ~ ~ :

~ 3lf~,-m it ~ C:ffR-mj-a ~ t/~?

fa) ~ 1

(b) ~2

(e) 1 3fn: 2 Gf.n

(d) ~ m 1 3fR ~ tt 2

71. <:11$«)4 CfiT pKa. =2·18 ~

1

pKa2 '" 8·95 tl 1:ffW ~ * ~

<fiT pKa 10'53 ~ I <:1,~«t"l <fiT ~\lCf ~ <fqT t?

(a) 5'56

(b) 6'35

fe) 9·74

(d) 10·83

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72. A max of an organic compound is 74. An organic compound
219 nm. What is the most likely C6H1202{M: 116} gave four signals
structure of the compound? in its proton-Nlvlle spectrum at
~ 01· 3(6H, s), 82· 2(3H, s), 02· 9(2H, s)
and 83· 8{1R, s, exchangeable in
(a) D20). Its mass spectrum has base
peak at m] z 58. What is the most
likely structure of the compound?
01 0
(b) CH) II
(a) y-CH2-C-CH3
CH3
OH
CH
¢ (b) )cH-g--r-CH3
CH3
(e) H
CH
(e) )y-C---CH2-CH3
0 CH3 OH ~
(d) CH
(d) )c=CH4H-O-CH3
~
CH3 OH 73. How many NMR signals will you expect for 1,2,3~tribromopropane?

75. What are the number of peaks and their multiplicity In the protonNMR spectrum of

<, /H

/c=c,

H H

fa) Two signals, one a triplet and other a doublet

respectively?

(b) Three signals, two doublets and a quintet

(a) 3 peaks, all quartets (double doublets)

(e) Five signals, four doublets and a quintet

(b) 2 peaks, one doublet and one triplet

(e) 3 peaks, two doublets and one triplet

(d) Two signals, one a doublet and other a, quintet

(d) 2 peaks, both doublets

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29

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72. ~ <fII4GlCfl ~ <:fiT A max 219 nm ~ I ~ <frfTrcn CflT 00fucf; ~ ~ ~ ~?

(a) ¢

M S>

74. ~ CfllafACfi ~ C6H1202(M+ 116) ~ mtR-NMR ~ -ij 01· 3(6H, s), 02·2(3H, s], 02· 9(2H, s) am 03· 8{1H, S, 020 1l ~) '11: ~ fIDK;J ~ ~I ~ ~ ~ it 3lTm\ ~ m j z' 58 'q\ ~I ~ cfi't ~~~~"Mt?

CH ~

(a) )y-CH2-C-CH3

CH3 em

(e) ~

(d) ~ l

CH3...._

(d) ~=CH-9H-O-CH3

CH3 ()H

75.

73. 1,2,3-sJ~¢l1815i'j(~rj ~ ~ NMR fmffi fi:rWt?

~ '5iIiR- NMR ~ 1l fimm ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5fllro: <Fn mrtt?

(a) 3 fmR, "{f~ ~ (~~)

(d) 2 fmR, Gt.n ftcFi

76.

Optically pure form of 2(R)-butanol is reacted under dry conditions with Na metal and then with butyl iodide. Which one of the following statements is correct for the outcome of the reaction?

(a) The reaction results in

destruction of chirality

(b) The reaction proceeds

complete retention

configuration

with of

(c) The reaction proceeds with racemization

(d) The reaction proceeds with total inversion of configuration .

77. The extent to which a real gas departs from ideal behaviour may be depicted in terms of a function called compressibility factor (Z), which is defined as

(a) pV RT

(b)

RT pV

[c}

2pV RT

(d)

RT M

where V is molar volume

P-D:rQ-J-DIF /7A

78. NH3 gas is liquefied more easily than N 2' Which one of the following is correct?

(a) a(NH3} > a(N2l and

b(NH31> b(N2} (b) a(NH31 < a(N2} and

b(NH3) < b(N2) (e) a(NH31 > a(N21 but

b(NH3l < b(N21 (d) a(NH3) <a(N2) but

b(NH31 > b(N2)

where a and b are van der Waals' constants

79. Consider the following statements

1. The distribution of the

components of molecular

speeds is described by a Gaussian distribution.

2. The distribution of molecular speeds is given by the MaxwellBoltzmann distribution.

3. The Maxwell-Boltzmann

distribution experimentally.

Which of the statements given

is

verifiable

above are correct?

(a) 1 and 2 only (b) 2 and 3 only (c) 1 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3

80. In which case of mixing of a strong acid and a base each of 1 N concentration, the temperature increase is the highest?

(a) 20 ml acid-30 ml alkali (b) 10 ml acid-40 ml alkali (e) 25 ml acid-25 m} alkali (d) 35 ml acid-IS mi alkali

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76. 2(R)~Gl!?'1Tt1 ~ ~iflllik\: ~ ~ lit ~ ~ it ~ Na mQ "ffi'1:flHRl. ~ ~1' .. i'ISI~S it ~ ~ rml ~~ l1fturrq ~ ~ R&:01R1 mH1 it it m-m1%~~t?

(a) ~ ~ lititiBil q;r w.rrn m ~~

(e) ~ if tffp·f)if;{UI m-cn ~

(d) ~ if ~ q;r ~ ~RtZ'114'1 iRrr ~

77. f.fim cifRiRlCh fro ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ <it ~ c€t m.:rr em ~ BI4lSildl ~ (Z) ~ it O!lm <R ~ ~, ~ ~ R&:01f8fu:ld ~ it ~ aRT ~ ~~?

(a) pV RT

(b) RT pV

(e) 2pV RT

(d) RT M

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78. N2 <€t 3N!ffi NH3 fro ~ ~ it • iRft t I R'""'lR-trea if it qiR-m 1% ~t?

(a) a(NH31 > a(N2) ~

b(NH31 > b(N21

(b) a(NH31 < a(N21 am

b(NH31 < b(N2J

(e) a(NH31 > a(N2J ~

b(NH31 < b(N21

(d) a(NH3J < a(N21 ~

b(NH31> b(N21

~aafRb~mmR1~%

79. R&:01f(1f@d ~ ~ fcRm: ~ :

1. ~ 'Gffi ifi ~ 'ij)f ~ ~ fucRoT m qfUffi m-cn t I

2. ~ ~ qif ~ ~iffi~t1 csilcr{B4H ~ it nm mm t I

3. ~cmi2tt1-'ij){'"<~4H m w.itrT am B ('tllq;ft~ t I

~~~it~~it~~? (a) ~ 1 ,3'ffi 2

(b) ~ 2 ;;:ffi 3

(e) ~ 1 afR 3

(d) 1, 2 3:fn: 3

80. >IW ~ (INm;s::) om amq:; (IN"BVsi) cn1 ~ it f4~R1fuid it it ~ mq <€t ~~~?

(a) 20 ml ~-30 ml 8.1R (b) 10 ml 31l"a'-40 ml a:m (e) 25 rnl ~-25 rnl am (d) 35 ml 31l"a'~ 15 rnl 8.1R

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81. What is the standard molar enthalpy of formation of acetylene from its elements?

[Given, heat of formation of CO2 (g), H20(l) are respectively

-393·5 kJ mol-1 and

-285·8 kJ mol "!

and

2C2H2 (g) + 502 (g) ~ 4C02 (g) + 2H20 (1) A.H = -2598·8 kJ mol-I]

(a) -453·2 kJ mol-I

(b) +453·2 kJ mol-1

(c) -226·6 kJ mol-1

(d) +226· 6 kJ mol "!

82. At 300 K, 2 moles of an ideal gas expand reversibly and isothermally from 1 L to 10 L. What is the entropy change for the process?

(R;;;; 2 cal K-1 mol-1 and In 10 = 2·303)

(a) 9·2 cal K-1 mol "!

(b) 4·6 cal K-1 mol-1

(c) 2·76 cal K-1 mol-1

(d) 0

83. One mole of an ideal gas expands reversibly and isothermally from 10 L to 100 L at 400 K. What is the enthalpy change in this process?

(a) -10·2 kJ
(b) -5·1 kJ
(e) -2,5 kJ
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84. What is the molar heat capacity of water in equilibrium with ice at constant temperature?

fa) 0

(b) 3·73 J K-1 mol "!

(d) Infinity

85. Which of the following thermodynamical relations are correct for one mole of an ideal gas?

1. (au) = 0

av T

2. (iJH) = 0

av T

3. (iJCv) > 0 av T

4. (~~)v = 0

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

Code:

(a) 1 and 4

(b) 1 and 2

(c) 2 and 3

(d) 3 and 4

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81. Q:tORctl4 ~ ~ mql "B" ~ *t ~ mml!?Wqmt?

(~ ~ : CO2 (g), H2O(1) ~ ~ ~ $film: -393· 510 mol-l 3-itt

-285·8kJmol-1 ~o2TI

2C2H2(g) + 502(g) ~ 4C02{g) +2H2°(l) IlH = -2598·8 kJ mol":'l 1

84. ~ or:r ~ ~ ~ ~ c€t ('i1R1iClfl!l1 <fr ~~~~?

(a) 0

(b) 3·73JK-1 mol "!

(c) 37·3 J K-1 mol-1

(a) -453·2kJmol-1 (b) +453·2 kJ mol "! (c) -226·6 kJ mol-1

(d) 3r.Rf

(d) +226·6kJmol-1

85. 1J;<fI o:ih1 ~ fm ~ ~ f.l'"'"lf~f(g(f it -a ~ --B 3ibG11iRtCh ~~ ~ ~?

82. 300 K ~ 2 t:fK1 ~ frn" 3fS6tioftlld: ~ eti~Wfl4d: 1 L il 10 Lit )[B"R ~ t I ~~it~~~itITT?

(R = 2 cal K-1 mol "! 3fI\ In 10 = 2· 303)

(a) 9·2 cal K-1 mol "!

3. (acv) > 0 av T

(b) 4·6 cal K-1 mol "!

4. (ap) = 0

aT v

(d) 0

83. 400 K ~ 1:% ~ ~ 1te" dtihli°ft""l(j: ~ ('ilictlQ;(!<1: 10 L -B" 100 L it ~ ~ tl ~ ~ it ~ ~ ~ m-rn?

~:

(a) 1 3fR 4

(a) -10·2 kJ (b) -5'1 10 (e) -2·5 kJ (d) 0

(b) 1 a:ffi 2

(e) 2 3fR 3

(d) 3 3fR 4

86. Water is heated to boiling under a pressure of 1 atm. When an electric current of 1 A from a 12 V supply is passed for 5 minutes through a resistance in thermal contact with it, it is found that 1 g of water is vapourized. What is the molar internal energy change at the boiling point of water? (R:::::: 8,314 J K-1 mol-I)

[a] +61· 7 kJ mol-1
(b) +64 . 8 kJ mol "!
(e) -61·7 kd mol "!
fd) -64 . 8 kJ mol "!
87. Consider the following :
1. 1 mole of H20(I) at 15°C and
1 atm pressure
2. 1 mole of H2O(s) at O°C and
1 atm pressure
3. 1 mole of H2O(I) at O°C and
1 atm pressure What is the correct increasing entropy?

[a} 2 < 1 < 3

(b) 2 < 3 < 1

(e) 1 < 3 < 2

(d) 1 < 2 < 3

order

of

88. For the equilibrium

Fe (s) + H20(g)~ FeO(s) + H2 (g) what are the number of components, phases and degrees of freedom respectively?

(a) 3,2,3
(b) 2,3,3
(e) 3,3,2
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89, n simple molecules of solute A associate in solution as nA;:=: (AI n . The degree of association is x. What is the num ber of particles at equilibrium?

(a) 1 + x + (x In) (b) 1 - x + (x In) (c} 1+(2xln)

fd) None of the above

90. 4·0 x 10-5 kg of acetic acid when dissolved in 100 ern 3 distilled water

of density 1 g em -3 is found to dissociate up to 33%. What is the depression in freezing point of water approximately? '(Given, K r of water = 1· 86 K kg-1 mol-l)

fa) 0-04

(b) 0·02

(e) 0·001

(d) 0'008

91.

~AB

t

log(S)

(l/TJ~

The plot given above shows the relation between (liT) and 10g(S), where S is the solubility of an electrolyte AB and T is the temperature in Kelvin. What conclusion can be drawn from the plot?

(a) Dissolution of AB is exothermic (b) Dissolution of AB is endo-

thermic

(e) Solubility of AB increases with temperature

(d) Nothing can be predicted

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86. ~ ~ 1 cll9)40st1 GR 11\ ~ (fiji lfm ~ Tfml ~ ~ ~ ~ -ij ~ mwttlCfi ii -B ~ 12 V ~ it 1 A ~ mu 5 f41l Wfi ~ -cRt 'ft, mIg ~ Cfil ClIs:f1ifl{UI g31T1 ~ ~ ~ lR ~ ~~iiqm~mrrr?

(R= 8·314 JK-I mol-I)

(a) +61·7kJmol-1

(b) +64·8 kJ mol-1

(e) -61· 7 kJ mol -1

(d) -64·8 kJ mol-1

87. R'"'1R1f{ga"If{ ~ ~ :

1. 15°C 3fR 1 ClI~lO{O:S(1 ~ 11\ 1 ~ H20(1)

2. 0 °C 3ffi 1 ClI!!lO{OsC'1 GTi{ T.R 1 ~ H20(s)

3. 0 °C 3ft!: 1 i:i1$)40st1 ~ 11\ 1 ~

H20(l)

~ ~ ~ enr ~ ~ "<PiT ~? (a) 2 < 1 < 3

(b) 2 < 3 < 1

(c) 1 < 3 < 2

(d) 1 < 2 < 3

Fe (s) + H20(g1 ~ FeO(s] + H2 (g)

if! ~ iRJ.fi1 -cRt M, ~ ofR ~ <itfZ ~: "<PiT ~?

(a) 3,2,3
(b) 2,3,3
(c) 3,3,2
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89. ~ A ~ n mtm:UT ~, ~ ii nA#(Aln ~ -q ~ im ~I ~ ~ x ~ 1 tlll=4l<H:.wr 111: CfiUii -cRt ~ "<PiT mrtt?

(a) 1 + x + (x / n) (b) 1 - x + (x In) (e) 1 + (2x In)

(d) ~ it it <'h1f 11ft

90. ~ 4·0 x 10-5 kg ~R2h ~ "2h1 Igcm-3 ~~ 100cm3 ~~

it ~ rp;n, or dWfi1 ~ lil'"H 33% (f<fj tWIT <mT I ~ q;J ~ ~ WT'l1T ~ ~?

(~t : ~ qlf Kf = 1· 86 K kg-1 moL-I) (a) 0·04

(b) 0'02

(e) 0'001

(d) 0·008

91.

t ~AB

log(S)

(1fT)---+-

~ 3lfug (liT] ~ log(S) "$ 'GUl1{ ~ Cfll ~ Cfimt t, ~ S ~-~ AB <fiT Rl0~dl t 3ffi T ~ it ON ~I ~ ~ CRn ~ ~ 'lIT lfCf)"ffi ~?

(a) AB Cfil ~ "3iU1f~ t (b) AB q)[ ~ £GI"lFtntfl t

(e) (TItJ ~ m~ AB rfi't Pc!8<!1dI ~ t (d) CfiTf ~ t,Clijt1 H ~ f<fim 'lIT w.mrr t

..

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92. What is the molar concentration of solute particles in human blood, if the osmotic pressure is 7'3899 atm at body temperature of 27°C?

(R;;;;: 8·206 x 10-2 L atm K-1 mol-i)

(a) 0'003 M (b) 0·03 M (e) 0'3 M (d) 0'6 M

93. In an acid-base titration using a pHmeter, the dissociation constant of a weak acid can be obtained by extracting which one of the following information from the study?

(a) The

time

required

for

neutralization

(b) The volume of base required for neutralization

(e) The pH at the neutralization point

(d) The number of protons in the weak acid

94. What is the pH of a buffer solution . containing 0·1 M acetic acid (pKa =4·745) and 0-01 M sodium acetate?

(a) 5'745

(b) 4-745 (e) 3-745 (d) 2-745

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95. If flGo is zero for a reaction, then which one of the following IS correct?

(a) flH = 0

(b) AS;;;;: 0

(e) Equilibrium constant is 1

(d) Rate constant is 1

96. It is desired to yield 2'3 g of sodium by the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride. If the current efficiency is 50% and the potential drop across the cell is 2'5 V. how much energy will be consumed in this process?

(a) 482-5 kJ

(b) 120'6 kJ

(e) 12·1 kJ

(d) 48'2 kJ

97. Saturated calomel electrode is given by which one of the following?

fa) KCl(sat) I Hg2Cl2 (s) I Hg(l)

(b) Ag(s) I AgCl{s} I HCl(aqj, NaCl(aq)

(e) Hg2C12 (s) I Hg(l) I KCI(sat)

(d) None of the above

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92. ~ 27 °C ~ 'ffil1 ~ tromoT ~ 7'3899 ill ~4Wkl it, m lfHCi Ufi 'ii ~ CfiUTI <fit ~ ~ <flIT mIft?

(R = 8·206x 10-2 L atm K-1 mol-I)

(a) 0-003 M

(b) 0'03 M

(c) 0·3 M

(d) 0·6 M·

93. pH-~ sm ~-a.m ~ ~ ·fcfiBT ~ ~ * Fcili);jH ~ <it R"4R1R9o it ~ ~ 1:% ~ am mtf f.ncrr QfT l1cii(f( ~?

(b) ,;Sim:fl=ft6fl(OI ~ ~ 31I''H46fl ~ qil 3W«R

94. O· 1 M ~41RCfi an:R (pK a = 4 . 745) am:

O· 01 M Wf%4ii ~ <iil ~ -?t GR ~ ~ qil pH <pn itm?

(a) 5'745

(b) 4·745

(c) 3'745

(d) 2·745

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95. ~~~~~~Go~~,m f.l"1R1R9d if it ~-m ~ ~ t?

(a) I1H = 0

(b) ~S= 0

(c) ~~1~

(d) ~ R4di"fl 1 t

96. ~ W~411 Ck1'(I~G * ~-~ WU 2·3 g «11%411 iR'Rl t I ~ mu G~ 50% t 3fR m-r Cf}l ~ 2·5 V~, m ~ mfil1 if ~ ~ <flI'T M?

(a) 482·5 kJ

(b) 120·6 kJ

(c) 12'1 kJ

(d) 48'2 kJ

97. Pt"4R1f@a it "B ~-m l:%, ~ ~dI~t1 ~8ct{1:s ~?

(a) KCI(~ I Hg2C12 (s) I Hg(l)

(b) Ag(s) I AgCl{sll HCl(~, NaCl(~

(c) Hg 2C12 (s) I Hg(l) I KCI{~)

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98. Which one of the following represents the shape of potentiometric titration curve for redox reaction?

e.m.f.

fa)

(b)

e.m·f.~L

,

vol.

Jr. e.m.r./

(c)

v~l.

J e.m.f.

A

(d)

/ V vol.

99. The rate constant for a reaction A~B is 3·84xlO-2 min-I. If the

initial concentration of A is 1 M, what will be the rate of reaction after 1 hour?

(a) 3· 84 x 10-2 mol L-1 min "!

(b) 3·84 X 10-3 mol L"'l min-1

(e) 1·92x10-3 molL-imin-1

100. The rate of a reaction depends on

(a) enthalpy of reaction only

(b) entropy and temperature of reaction only

(e) enthalpy and temperature of reaction only

(d) enthalpy, entropy and

temperature of reaction

101. The rate of reaction at fixed temperature will certainly increase, if

fa) only enthalpy of activation decreases

(b) enthalpy increases

of

activation

(e) enthalpy of activation

decreases and entropy of activation increases

(d) both enthalpy and entropy of activation decrease

102. The rate constant for the reaction

2N205 ~4N02 +02

is 3·0 x 10-5 s-1. If the rate is 2 ·40 X 10-5 mol L-1s-1, then what is the concentration of N20S?

(a) 1-4 mol L"!

(b) 1·2 mol VI

(e) O· 8 mol L -1

(d) 0-4 mol L-1

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Il ~"i. _ .. ~~, ..

98. f.l~R1ftgd it ~ qit;r-m ~ ~q:q41q:qll ~)31f~~~~ qSf) ~ 3TICfiR q;) ~ ~ t?

fa) eomor:'f

(a) ~~<fit~~~

(b) ~~3fR~W111{ (e) ~ ~ am ~ O'(t[ 11{ (d) ~,~~~O'(t[~

fb) eomoe: _/ L

e.m.f.

(e)

..

v~l.

(e) fI&ljUI ~ ~ t am BfsfiliOI ~~t

~

e.m.f.

(d) e fihll 01 ~rW am ef?Mul ~, iRTtt~~

(d)

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102. ~

99. ~ A ~ B <fiT ~ RlidiCh

3·84 x 10-2 min"! ~I ~ A ~

~ ~ 1 M m, m 1 ~ ifIG ~ ~ Cfl.IT mTft?

<8 ~ ~lIctiq) 3·0xl0-5s-1 ~I ~ ~ ~ 2.40x 10-5 mol L-1s-1 m, m N20S <fit ~ ~ mrtt?

fa) 1· 4 mol L-1

(h) 3·84 x 10-3 mol L -1 min-1

(b) 1·2 mol L-1

(e) 1- 92 x 10-3 mol L-1 min-1

(e) 0·8molL-1

(d) 0 -4 mol, L-1 r

103. At 400 K, the rate constant of a reaction is 10 times more than the rate constant at 200 K. What is the activation energy of the reaction?

(a) 230'3R (b) 9212R (e) 92'12R (d) 921'2R

104. In a reaction, the order with respect to OH- ion is -1. The species acts as a/an

(a) catalyst

(b) neutralizing agent

(e) promoter

(d).. inhibitor

105. The rates of reaction starting

with initial concentrations

4 x 10-3 M and 2 x 10-3 M are

2·8x 10-4 M s-1 and

0·7xlO-4 Ms-1

respectively. What is the order of the reaction with respect to reactant?

(a) 2 (b) 1

(e) 0

(d) Nothing can be said from the given data

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106. Which one of the following shows maximum osmotic pressure in water?

fa) (b) 1 M MgCl2

1 M (NH4)3P04

1 M NaCI

(e) (d) 1 M Na 2804

107. For a second-order reaction with single reactant having the rate equal to k(AI2, the plot of Ij[Alt versus t is linear with

(a) negative slope with zero intercept

(b) positive slope with non-zero intercept

(e) positive slope with zero

intercept

(d) negative slope with non-zero intercept

lOS. In the following sequence of reactions, the energy-poor molecule A'" in the ensuing collision is ro b bed off enough energy to be deactivated as

A+A~A+A* k..2

k

A*--4B + C

What is the steady-state

concentration [A*l equal to?

{a} . k2[Al

k2[A) + kl

k2[A]2

(b) k_2(A] + kl

k2(A] + kl k2 [A) 2

(e)

(d) None of the above

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103. 400 K ~ ~ ~ CfiT ~. R4di<fl ~ 200 K iR Wr R~di'h ~ 10 1,fIT ~ ~ 1 ~ <€t (1fSt;;qol ~ 'FrI t?

(a) 230'3R

(b) 9212R

(e) 92'12R

(d) 921-2R

104. ~ an~ if, OH- 3WH ~ ~ ~ citfZ -1 %1 7.{Q WI!i~\5l ~ ~ ~ qmft %?

(e) q~~~

(d) ~ (fu)~) cfit ~

105. ~ ~ 4x10-3 M ~

2x 10-3 M ~ ~ ~ ~ ~: 2- 8x 10-4 M 8-1 am 0·7xlO-4 Ms-1 ~I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ <itR <Rrr t?

(a) 2

(b) 1

(e) 0

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106. Ry~fuid it B ~-m ~, ~ it ~ ~~~cwrrt?

(a) 1 M NaCl

(b) 1 M MgCl2

(e) 1 M (NH4h P04 (d) 1 M Na2S04

107. ~-~ CJRft ~-citR: 3lNfW.n cRt ~ k[A)2 %1 ~ anm-t ~ ~ If[A)t ~ t CfiT 3lit& ~ %1 ~ bID RI01 RiR9d # -B fiRi ~ c€r irrft?

fa) 3ttU"r'"lq:; mrrrnr ~ me{ ~ 3r.:a:~

(b) ~ ~ ~ m?i ~ ~:~

(e) ~ '5[q1JffiT t m21 ~ ~:~ (d) '*°llr'"lCf) ~ ~ m'4 ~ ::3Mf: '@US

108. Ryfuifiiild ~ ~ if ~-~ 31Uj A;' 3WTTtft ~ it ~ ~ it crm ~ f.lfG1flld mor ~ :

A+A~A+A* k..2

k} .

A*~B+C

~ Gm m;mn [A*] f.P:""lfBfutd it it ~~-mt?

fa) k2[A)

k2(A)+kl

k2[A]2 (b)

k_2[AJ + kl

(e) k2(A] + kl k2{AJ2

(d) ~ if it ~ -;ffif

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109. A monochromatic radiation IS incident on a solution of 0-05 molar concentration of an absorbing substance. If the intensity of radiation is reduced to one-tenth of the initial value after passing through 10 ern length of the solution, then what' is the molar extinction coefficient of the substance?

(d) None of the above

110. Fluorescence emission is normally observed from

(a) the first excited singlet state

(b) the higher excited singlet state

(e) the triplet state above the singlet state

(d) the triplet state below the singlet state

111. Aqueous solution of sodium

thiosulphate on chlorination gives which one of the following?

(e) NaCl

(d) NaHS04

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112. What would be the quantum yield of fluorescence, if a molecule surviving in an excited state for 3 x 10-10 s fluoresces at the rate

109 s-1?

fa) 0·3 (b) 0'15 (e) 0·03 (d) 0·003

113. Which of the following statements are correct about the characteristics of catalysts?

1. Presence of catalyst does not affect the position of equilibrium in a reversible reaction.

2. A catalyst can initiate a reaction.

3. The efficiency of a catalyst is uniform at all ranges of temperature.

4. The action of a catalyst IS

specific.

Select the correct answer using the code given below

Code:

fa) 1 and 2 (b) 2 and 3 (e) 3 and 4 (d) 1 and 4

114. In the coagulation of negatively charged sol, the coagulating power of Na + Ba 2+ A13+ and Th4+

, ,

is in the order of

fa) Th 4+ < A13+ < Ba 2+ < Na + (b) Na+ <Ba2+ <AI3+<Th4+ (e) A13+ < Na + < Th 4+ < Ba 2+ (d) Na + < A13+ < Ba 2+ < Th4+

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109. ~ ~ ~fCh{o[ feI;m ~ tfGl'lf ~ 0·05 ~ ~ qffi ~ lR ~ mm%I~~~lOcm~~ ~ ~ ~ fufif;(or-~ ~ 31tf.t ~ liH it ~ !Ff Cfili m \lfRfT t <'IT ~<m~~~<Fn~?

111. (11 f?;~A ~ 141 tlc:%2 CfiT ~ ~,

{ .. «liD ;fi<h{OI IDU pp.:<1 ~ ftit't it it cnT.r-"fIT l%~~?

(e) NaCl

(d) NaHS04

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112. ~ v;<tl ~ ~ ~ .q

3 x 10-10 s (f'<tl 3f1(;:ftRid ~ 109 s-1

c& ~ it ~ mm ~! m 51R141m *t ~~<FntWft?

(a) 0,3

(b) 0'15

(e) 0·03

(d) 0'003

113. ~ it> 3"ff\Ba:rm ~ ~ -ij f4qR1R9ct it it CfiI;r -it Cfi~ "frtfi %?

1. 3i'.ilAUn(l ~ it ~ cfu ~ "ffiP:r tt ~ qj) ~ ~ Cfi«ft t 1

2. ~ ~ <m ~ Cfi{ "WiiOT tl

3. B'4t ON -'lfu:ra it ~ *t G:amT

l!!'flW1H ~ % I

4. ~ otT nmr fufm ~ il

~ ~ ~ ~ CfiT -wWT OR Btt ~ ~:

¥:
(a) 1aITt2
(b) 2 am: 3
(e) 3 afR 4
(d) 13TR4 114. *,UiI~~ld ma it> ~ -ij Na +, Ba 2+ , A1 3 + ({'4T Th 4 + <€I" ~ - m CfiT Sfll"f q:m ~?

{a) Th4+ <A13+ <Ba2+ <Na+ (b) Na+ <Ba2+ <A13+ < Th4+ (e) A13+ <Na+ <Th4+<Ba2+ (d) Na + < A13+ < Ba 2+ < Th 4+

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115. Micelles will normally like to remain away from each other, since

(a) one will dissolve the other

(b) the surfaces are hydrophilic

(e) the surfaces are hydrophobic

(d) they are zwitterionic in nature

Directions :

The following five (5) items consist of two statements, one labelled as 'Assertion (A)' and the other as 'Reason (R)'. You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the answers to these items using the code given below.

Code:

fa) Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A

(b) Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A

(c) A is true but R is false

(d) A is false but R is true

116. Assertion (A) :

In BF 3' the 8-F bonds are considerably shorter than typical .8-F single bonds.

Reason (R) :

The hybridization of B is sp2.

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117. Assertion (A) :

3-penten':'2-one and 4-penten-2- one can be distinguished by W spectroscopy.

Reason (R) :

Amax of the compound does not depend on the length of conjugation.

118. Assertion (AI :

I-propanol and 2-propanol can be distinguished by I2 I NaOH.

Reason (R) :

°

-CX3 of CX3J-R lS good

leaving group for nucleophilic substitution reaction.

119. Assertion (A) : cis-1,3-dimethylcyc1ohexane is 1'8 kcal mol-1 less stable than its trans-isomer.

Reason (R) : cis-1,3-dimethylcyclohexane exists in di-equatorial form whereas trans-isomer exists in axialequatorial conformation.

120. Assertion (Al :

Na3 V04 is

compound .

a

colourless

Reason (R) :

V does not contain any unpaired electron in its 3d-orbital.

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115. BI41;:q(1: ~ ~-~ ~ ~ w;n ~ %, ~

(a) ~~~W'~ (b) 1H~~

(e) ~ ~(,1W{Jlft ~

(d) ~~mq3~~i

Pi '""'i ft'l f{g (1 'tffi:r (5) ~ il Gl CfifiOI:r %, ~ <fiT '~ (A)' (f~ ~ q;) 'CflRUT (R)' Cfim Tp:rr ~ I ~ ~ ~ Cfl1 -mqtll;fl '{ Jq:; trtt8,1Ul Cfl{ "f1 mm ~ ~~~SQ:~cfit~it~1

~:

(a) A 3fR R ;iR1 ~ t 3fR R, A qif trt.ft f41f1 Cfi(O I ~

(b) A 3fR R ~ -mft t ~ R, A <nr ~ fl"IilCfi(OI ~ ~

(e) A ~ t ~ R TIC1ci ~

(d) A m9(f t, ~ R "B"tt i

116. ~ (AI:

BF3 ~, B-F ~q ~ B-F ~ ~it~~:~%1

P-DTQ~-DIF/7A

117. Cfi~ (A) :

3-~-2-~ 3fu 4-?r.iR-2-3ir-f if UV ~~flP:€1 it fcr~ qj{ ~ ~ I

CflRUT (R) :

~ Cfl1 Amax ~ c€t ~ tR f:N(~%1

118. ~ (A):

1-snQ"iTi;.1 3:fn: 2-si'lQ'11i;.1 it 121 NaOH &Rl fciite: CR ~ ~ I

CfiR1JI (R) :

':llf~ ~ ~ ~ ~, o

CX3-~-R CfiT -CX3 ~ ~ ~

~tl

119. ~ (A) :

BTfq8:T - 1 ,3 - ~ C1 e I ~<tct1g;:ffi"i 31If.t

fcr:l~-B41'*"lq cfi1 ~&lT

1· 8 kcal mol-1 Cfj"q ~ ~ I

CfmUT (R) :

wrq~-lJ3-~~.·Hll~ctC11%<R\<t :m-~ m it WOT t, ~ fWf~B41'::j(!q ~a:iFI"-~ m it ~ t I

120. Cfi~ (A) :

N a 3 VO 4 ~ ·i1rm-;nfrtl'rCfi t I

<iiRUT (R) :

V ~ 3d-Cfi!flCfi it ~ \ft ~ ~8~T"l ""l1ff ma t,

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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