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ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-2010

VERSION – A1

1. Ans: Time 2u2 sin θ cos θ

∴R=

g

L

Sol: RC both time constant. 1 2

R 2u2 × 2

= 5 5 = 4u

2. Ans: 4 g 5 g

25.5 m s−

1

3. Ans: 7. Ans: 30 rad/s

2

Sol: T = mrω

2 2 2 2

u +v 20 + 30 ω =

2 T

= 900 ⇒ ω = 30 rad/s

Sol: =

2 2 mr

400 + 900

= = 650 8. Ans: 4 m s− along x-direction.

1

2

≅ 25.5 m s−

1

→

Sol: r = 2t 2 î + 3t ĵ + 4k̂

4. Ans: 190.5 km/h dr

v= = 4 t + î + 3 ĵ

dt

Sol:

5 hrs dv

= 4 î ⇒ 4 m/s in the x-direction.

2

a=

dt

10 hrs 2 hrs

Sol: Theoretical.

Sol: T = m(g + a)

total distan ce = 16 × 12

Average speed =

total time = 192 N

4000

=

21 11. Ans: Magnetic force

= 190.5 km/h

12. Ans: 4W

5. Ans: Uniform acceleration

→ →

Sol: P= F.v = 4W

Sol: Theoretical.

10−

20

13. Ans: J

2

4u

6. Ans:

5 g Sol: Assuming hydrogen bond is broken

energy required will be 10− J

20

R 1

Sol: . 4 cotθ ⇒ cotθ = 14. Ans: Work done by friction over a closed path

H 2

is zero.

tanθ = 2

5

1

2

15. Ans: (11/12)L mgR

20. Ans:

12

Sol:

Sol: Energy required = Final energy −

initial energy

GMm GMm

= − − −

2(3 R ) 2(2 R )

x3

• GMm 1 1

x2 • = −

• 2 R 2 3

GMm gR2 m

x1 = =

12 R 12 R

5L

x3 = mgR

4 =

12

x2 = L

L

x1 = 21. Ans: 24 cc

2

m1x1 + m2 x 2 + m3 x 3

∴ XCM = Sol: B=

1

=

PV

3m compressibility dV

11 L

= 1 4 × 107 × 1

12 =

6 × 10 −10 dV

dV = 24 × 10− litres

3

16. Ans: 2s

= 24 cc

Sol: τ = Ια

22. Ans: Carburetor of automobile

3 × 102 × 4.6

6.9 × 10 =

2

t 23. Ans: Shearing stress there is change in

volume.

3 2

17. Ans: MR solving t = 2 s 24. Ans: Reynold’s number

2

25. Ans: 4800 K

Sol:

Ιt

3 RTH 3 RT0

Sol: =

2

MR /2

MH M0

TH T

= 0

MR 2 3 MH M0

Ιt = + MR 2 = MR 2

2 2 300 T0

=

2 32

2.16 × 10

26

18. Ans: kg

T0 = 16 × 300 = 4800 K

Sol: .3

RP Re molecules per unit volume

MP M

=9 e 1

RP Re Sol: λ=

2 πnd2

MP M

=9 e n = number of molecules / unit volume

4 Re Re d = diameter of the molecule

∴ MP = 36 Me = 36 × 6 × 10

24

= 2.16 × 10 kg

26

27. Ans: 150 J

Sol: =

3 θ1 − θ2

GMm

Sol: P.E = − θ2

r =

200 − θ2

GMm

T.E = − ∴ θ2 = 50

2r

∴ W = 200 − 50 = 150 J

28. Ans: 3R Sol: Potential is same

Q Q

Sol: Heat capacity per mole of water = CV ∴ k 1 =k 2

R1 R2

f 36

R= R=3R 4πR12σ1 4πR22σ2

2 2 =

R1 R2

29. Ans: 75 σ1 R2

∴ =

σ2 R1

Sol: No. of beats in 1 s = 1.25

∴ in 1 minute = 1.25 × 60 = 75

37. Ans: 2V

30. Ans: Damped oscillator.

Sol: 2 µF 3 µF

31. Ans: 20 • •B

1 2 2 µF

Sol: kA = 4

2 A•

8 1

=

2

A =

800 100

1

A= = 0.1 m 5

10

Charge across the combination of 2 µF

amax = ω A

2

and 3 µF = charge across 3 µF

k

= .A 2× 3

m ∴ µF × 5 = 3 µF × V1

2+3

800

= × 0.1 = 20 m/s

2

∴ V1 = 2 V

4

38. Ans: m

21

33. Ans: 320 Hz

Sol:

Sol: Fundamental frequency x1 P x2

v 320

f0 = = = 80 Hz • • •Q

4 L 4 ×1 5 µC

−2 µC

So it can resonate with f0, 3f0, 5f0, 7f0------

∴ cannot resonate with 320 Hz.

Then solving for x1

v + vL K ×5 2

Sol: f’ = ×f =

v x1 (1 − x1)

330 + 30

= × 220 ∴ x1 =

5

330 7

= 240 Hz K×5 K×2

Similarly, =

5/3 1+ x2 x2

35. Ans: n :1

2

1/3 ∴ x2 =

Sol: Capacitance of big drop = C’ = n C 3

2/3

Potential of big drop V’2 = n V 2 2

1 Separation PQ = 1 − +

∴ Energy of big drop = C’V’

2

7 3

2

20

1 1/3 2/3 2 =

= n C(n V) 21

2

5/3 1 2 39. Ans: 10

12

=n CV

2

∴ Ratio = n : 1

5/3

Sol: qE = mg

n × 1.6 × 10− × 100

19

R2 −6

36. Ans: = 1.6 × 10 × 10

R1 12

n = 10

40. Ans: 4V 157.08 × 10 −1

=

2r

E 12 1

Ι= = = A

157.08 × 10 −1

Sol:

Reff 24 2 r=

1 2 × 6.28

∴E= ×8=4V = 1.25 m

2

10

V 2 20000 Sol: Ιg = mA = 0.99 mA ~ 1 mA

Sol: 500 = = 10.1

R R

Ι

R = 20 Ω S= × 100

Ι − Ιg

Ι R = 500

2

1

Ι=5A = × 100

200 1 − 1× 10 −3

∴ =5

(20 + R1) =

100

≅

100

= 0.1 Ω

1000 − 1 1000

Solving, R1 = 20 Ω

49. Ans: µ0

42. Ans: 0V

Sol:

+3 V 0.2 MΩ

•

1 MΩ −15 V

Sol:

∫ B.dλ = µ Ι 0 enclosed

P = µ0[3 − 2]

= µ0

18

Ι= 50. Ans: 20 V, 20 V and 10 V

1.2 × 10 −6

18 Sol: When resistance is halved current will be

V across 1 MΩ = −6

× 1× 106 = 15 V

1.2 × 10 doubled.

∴ Potential at P = 0 V VR = 2 Ι ×

R

= 10 V

2

43. Ans: Nichrome VL = 2Ι × XL = 20 V

VC = 2Ι × XC = 20 V

1

44. Ans: A

3 51. Ans: 30π V

E1r2 + E2r1 dφ d

Sol: Eeff = =2V Sol: ES = = MΙ0 sinωt

r1 + r2 dt dt

Ι=

Eeff

=

2 2 1

= = A = MΙ0ω cosωt

Reff 5 + 1 6 3 ES is maximum when cosωt = 1

∴ ES = MΙ0ω

2.5 × 10 A/m = 150 × 10− × 2 × 2π × 30

5 3

45. Ans:

= 30π V

Sol: Ι = χH

= (µr − 1) × nΙ 52. Ans: 91%

= 499 × 500 × 1

= 2.495 × 10

5 Sol: Pin = 220 × 0.5 = 110 W

≅ 2.5 × 10 A/m

5 Pout = 100 W

P 100

Efficiency = out = = 90.9%

46. Ans: The resultant magnetic moment in an Pin 110

atom of a diamagnetic substance is zero.

≅ 91%

47. Ans: 1.25 m

53. Ans: Its impedance is purely resistive.

µ Ι µ qf

Sol: B= 0 = 0 54. Ans: 5.8 V/m

2r 2r

4π × 10 −7 × 2 × 10 −6 × 6.25 × 1012 Sol: Energy transmitted per unit area / unit time

6.28 =

2r = poynting’s vector

1 → → c 2 mE 2m

S= × E× B = =c

µ0 E E

When power becomes four times both

2 3 3 3 197 198

→ → 62. Ans:(1H , 1H ), (2He , 1H ) and (79Au , 80Hg )

E and B will double. Hence 5.8 V/m

63. Ans: 2:1

U

55. Ans: 8 / TX

c 1 1

Sol: For X =

16 2

Sol: Theoretical 8

4= ---- (1)

TX

L D

56. Ans: 1 1

8 / TY

f0 f For Y =

e

256 2

8

0 ⇒8= ---- (2)

57. Ans: 5000 A TY

∆λ v

(1) TX =

2

Sol:

λ

=

C

(2) TY 1

= 64. Ans: 1.17 MeV and 1.33 MeV in sucession

λ 3 × 108

2 × 10 /m

9 3

0 65. Ans:

⇒ λ = 5000 A

2

Sol: ni = ne nh

58. Ans: 30 cm and 6 cm

(10 ) = ne × 5 × 10

16 2 22

Solving ne = 2 × 10 /m

9 3

f0

Sol: =5

fe

66. Ans: 0.05 mA

f0 + fe = 36

Solving fe = 6 cm Sol: ΙC RC = 0.6 V

and f0 = 36 cm 0 .6

ΙC = = 1 mA

600

59. Ans: Concave only Ι

∴β= C

ΙB

x (µ1 + µ2 )

60. Ans: ΙC

2µ1µ2 ΙB = = 0.05 mA

β

x 1 1 67. Ans:

Sol: +

2 µ1 µ2

x (µ1 + µ2 )

=

2 µ1µ2

2m

61. Ans: c O

E t

hc

Sol: E=

λP Sol: Due to filter circuit.

hc

λP = ----(1) 68. Ans: 1.5 A

E

h h

λe = = ----(2)

P 2 mE

hc

(1) ⇒ λP = E

(2) λ e h

2 mE

Sol: 1 1

λ= = cm

D3 5Ω RH 109678

Ι2

–6

= 9.117 × 10 cm

Ι1 20 Ω 0

= 911.7 A

5Ω

76. Ans: Acetylene molecule has three pi bonds

D2 and three sigma bonds.

and three sigma bonds.

10

Ι1 = = 0.5 A

20

77. Ans: N2+ becomes diamagnetic

10

Ι2 = =1A

10

∴ total current = 1.5 A Sol: N2+ is paramagnetic

Sol: m= = = 0.05 hence dipole moment is zero.

Ec 10

band frequency = 1 MHz ± 0.01 Mh 79. Ans: 6, 4

= 1 ± 0.01 MHz

Sol: nN2 = 2 nO2 = 3

70. Ans: 2 Rhr + 2 RhR 3

PO2 = × 10 = 6 atm

5

71. Ans: 3.7 to 4.2 MHz PN2 = 4 atm

80. Ans: 1.673

73. Ans: 16 O2 −

8 6.023 × 1023

Sol: Time required = hrs

16 O2 − , 1020 × 60 × 60

Sol: For the species, 8 = 1.673

No. of electrons = 8 + 2 = 10

No. of protons = 8 81. Ans: II and V

No. of neutrons = 8

21

Sol: I & II are alkali metals

74. Ans: 1 × 10 II is more reactive.

V is an inert gas, hence the least

hc reactive non–metal.

Sol: Energy of a photon, E =

λ

82. Ans: I2

6.626 × 10 −34 (Js) × 3 × 108 (ms −1)

=

331.3 × 10 −9 (m) Sol: H2O2 in alkaline medium

= 6 × 10 J

–19 reduces Ι2 to Ι−

No. of photons emitted per second

83. Ans: Cu2O

600(J) 21

= = 10

−19

6 × 10 (J) Sol: C – CO curve is below Cu – Cu2O

curve at lower temperatures.

0

75. Ans: 911.7 A 84. Ans: Rb

− 1

Sol: υ = RH − test.

n2 n2

1 2

85. Ans: F

n1 = 1 and n2 = α

− Sol: Oxidation state of fluorine in all its

∴ υ = RH compounds is –1.

86. Ans: H3PO3 Sol: Mole ratio of Al, Cu and Na deposited

1 1

Sol: H3PO3 is a dibasic acid. by 1 Faraday = : :1=2:3:6

3 2

87. Ans: 1 and 5 97. Ans: 2 × 0.693

Sol: Mn exhibits +7 oxidation state. Sol: For first order reaction,

Zn exhibits +2 oxidation state.

0.693

Rate = k A '0 = . A0

88. Ans: +7 t1

2

Sol: Maximum oxidation state of +7 is exhibited For zero order reaction,

A0

by Np and Pu Rate = k A 00 =

2t 1

89. Ans: –130 2

Ratio in rates = 2 × 0.693

H –1

98. Ans: –110 kJ mol

O O

Sol: H – H + O = O →H

∆H = Ea f − Ear = –110 kJ mol

–1

Sol:

∆H = 438 + 498 – (2 × 464 + 138)

= 936 – 1066

–1 99. Ans: Gas and liquid

= –130 kJ mol

90. Ans: qrev + wrev Sol: Soap lather is a gas in liquid system.

∆U is a state function.

Sol: ZSM–5 (type of zeolite) used to convert

91. Ans: CH3COONH4 alcohols directly into gasoline.

weak base.

Sol: [Co(NH3)6] [Cr(CN)6] is an ionic

92. Ans: 1.0 × 10

–5 compound. Both cation and anion carry

3 unit charges. It exhibits co–ordination

1 isomerism.

× K 2 = 1 × 10

–5

Sol: K3 =

K1 102. Ans: Thiocyanato

–

93. Ans: 60 g Sol: Thiocyanate (CNS ) is an ambidentate

ligand.

P0 − P w M

Sol: × 100 = 2 × 1 × 100 = 10 103. Ans: to decompose Na2S and NaCN, if

0

P M w1 present

2

w2 18

× × 100 = 10 Sol: Na2S and NaCN are decomposed by

60 180 nitric acid to volatile H2S and HCN.

w2 = 60 g

104. Ans: 1, 3–butadiene

94. Ans: 0.1428 M

Sol: CH2 = CH – CH = CH2 (1, 3–butadiene)

Sol: 500 ml 0.2 M is diluted to 700 mL

0 .2 105. Ans: (III) > (IV) > (II) > (I)

∴ Final molarity = = 0.1428

1 .4

Sol: Order of decreasing acidity is

95. Ans: ClO

– ethyne > propyne > ethene > ethane

Sol:

–

In ClO , chlorine is in +1 oxidation state, 106. Ans: 2–Butene

which is an intermediate one and hence

an increase or decrease in oxidation state Sol: 2–butene is a symmetrical alkene.

is possible.

107. Ans: tert–butyl

96. Ans: 2 : 3 : 6

CH3 114. Ans: 1, 2 and 4

CH3 C O

Sol:

CH3 Sol: Compounds containing CH 3 C or

CH3 – CHOH – group give positive

t-butyl carbocation iodoform test.

It can have 9 hyperconjugative

structures. 115. Ans: aniline

108. Ans: (CH3)2CH – COOH nucleophilic substitution reaction readily

with potassium phthalimide, aniline

Sol: Presence of electron donating groups cannot be prepared by Gabriel’s

decreases the acid strength of carboxylic phthalimide synthesis.

acids.

116. Ans: Aniline

109. Ans: Geometrical isomerism

Sol: Geometrical isomerism is due to Sol: Aniline is less basic than other given

restricted bond rotation. amines because of the delocalisation of

the lone pair of electrons on nitrogen with

110. Ans: 2, 8–Dimethyl 4, 6–decadiene the benzene ring.

Sol: 117. Ans: Uracil

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CH 3 CH CH 2 CH= CH CH = CH CH CH3

Sol: Uracil is present in RNA, not in DNA.

CH3 CH 2 CH 3

9 10 118. Ans: β–D–galactose and β–D–glucose

111. Ans: Aromatic electrophilic substitution

Sol: Lactose is composed of β–D–galactose

Sol: Chlorination of benzene in presence of and β–D–glucose

halogen carrier is an example of

aromatic electrophilic substitution. 119. Ans: Sucrolose

sucrose.

Sol: Aryl halides are less reactive towards

nucleophilic substitution because of the 120. Ans: Cationic detergent

partial double bond character of

carbon–halogen bonds. It is also partly CH3

due to repulsion between the electron Sol:

+

cloud of the benzene ring and the

CH3 (CH2)15 N CH3 Br

nucleophile.

CH3

113. Ans: 2, 3 and 5 only

cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide

Sol: Aldol condensation is not given by

aldehydes and ketones which do not

contain α–hydrogen atoms.

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