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NEET-II (2016

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NEET–II (2016) TEST PAPER WITH ANSWER & SOLUTIONS
(HELD ON SUNDAY 24th JULY, 2016)
136.

Hot concentrated sulphuric acid is a moderately
strong oxidizing agent. Which of the following
reactions does not show oxidizing behaviour ?

140.

(1) Br– > CN – > NH 3 > C 6 H 5 –

(1) C + 2H 2 SO 4 CO 2 + 2SO 2 + 2H 2 O

(2) CN– > Br – > C 6 H 5– >NH 3

(2) CaF 2 + H 2 SO 4  CaSO 4 + 2HF

(3) NH 3 > CN – > Br– > C 6 H 5–

(3) Cu + 2H 2 SO 4  CuSO 4 + SO 2 + 2H 2 O

(4) CN– > C 6 H 5– > Br – > NH 3
Ans. (4)

(4) 3S + 2H 2 SO 4  3SO 2 + 2H 2 O
Ans. (2)
Sol. CaF 2 + H 2 SO 4 CaSO 4 + 2HF
In this reaction, oxidation number of none of the
atom is not changed. Hence H 2 SO 4 is not acting as
oxidising agent.
137. Which of the following pairs of d-orbitals will have
electron density along the axes ?
(2) d xy ,d x 2 y2

(3) d z2 ,d xz

(4) d xz ,d yz

Ans. (1)
Sol. dz2 and dx 2 –y2 has electron density concentrated on
the axis.
138. The correct geometry and hybridization for XeF
are :

(3) octahedral, sp 3 d2

(4) trigonal bipyramidal, sp 3 d
Ans. (3)
XeF 4 , AB 4 L2  sp 3d 2

 geometry  octahedral
 shape  square planar
Among the following which one is a wrong
statement?

139.

(1) SeF 4 and CH 4 have same shape

(2) I3+ has bent geometry
(3) PH 5 and BiCl 5 do not exist
(4) p-d bonds are present in SO 2
Ans. (1)
Sol. (1) SeF 4 –sp 3 d, lp = 1, shape = see-saw
CH 4 –sp 3 , lp = 0, shape =tetrahedral
(2) I3 –sp 3 , lp =2, shape = bent/angular

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Trans effect order –

CN  C 6H 5 Br  NH 3

141.

Which one of the followng statements related to
lanthanons is incorrect ?
(1) All the lanthanons are much more reactive than
aluminium
(2) Ce(+4) solutions are widely used as oxidizing
agent in volumetric analysis
(3) Europium shows +2 oxidation state.
(4) The basicity decreases as the ionic radius
decreases from Pr to Lu.
Ans. (1)
Sol. (1) Lanthanon's are less reactive than aluminium due
to high IP (Lanthenoid contraction)
(2) Ce +4 is good oxidising agent and easily converted
into Ce +3
(3) Eu(63) = 4f 7 5d 0 6s 2 , Eu +2 = 4f 7
(4) In lanthenoids series 'Ce' to Lu ionic radius regular
decreases and covalent character increase, basic
character of hydroxide decrease
142. Jahn-Teller effect not observed in high spin
complexes of :(1) d4
(2) d9
(3) d7
(4) d8
Ans. (4)
Sol. John Teller effect explain axial distortion in perfect
octahedral geometry. It is present in d 4 high spin,
d7 low spin and d 9 configuations which have odd
number of electrons in eg set.
A weak John Teller effect in also present in d 7 high
spin complex which has odd number of electrons
in the set.
143. Which of the following can be used as the halide
component for Friedel-Crafts reaction ?
(1) Chloroethene
(2) Isopropyl chloride
(3) Chlorobenzene
(4) Bromobenzene
Ans. (2)

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

(2) square planar, sp 3 d2

Sol.

Sol.



(1) d z2 ,d x 2  y 2

(1) Planar triangle, sp 3 d3

The correct increasing order of trans-effect of the
following species is :

(3) PH 5 = d-orbital contraction absent
BiCl 5 = due to inert pair effect
(Bi +5 act as OA, Cl – act as RA)
(4) SO 2 : O=S=O
P -d, P –P both type bonds are present

CH 3

Sol.

+ CH

C
H CH 3

Anhy AlCl 3
CH Cl 

CH 3

cumene

But in chlorobenzene, Bromobenzene, chloroethene
lone pair of halogen are delocalised with  bonds,
so attain double bond character.

(3) 3 4 H H H . all atoms are coplanar ? (1) CH 3 CH 3 CN C=C CN 146..6 polymer ? H2 H2 C H C C C + N  Sol. All carbons are sp 2 hybridised Which one of the following structures represents nylon 6.  NH 2 (2) H2 H2 C H C H C C 6 + N Maximum electron density at (2) and (5) as resonating structures III & IV are more stable than (II) & (V) so are major contributor.. N1 2 H The electron density is maximum on :- (3) (4) (1) 2 and 4 (2) 2 and 5 (3) 2 and 3 (4) 3 and 4 Ans. In which of the following molecules.CODE-YY 144. (2) Sol. + N H Br H Br Elimination O Br H2C C H 3 C CH CH 2 OH H 3C C E lim ination CH 3 –CH 2 –CH 2 –Br   CH 3 –CH=CH Br 2 9 . (2) Ans. HOOC + N (1) H 2 C=C=O 6  (3) CH 3 147. In pyrrole 4 –— (2) 5 3 . N 5 H 2 1 H H H H H H 145. (I) H (1) O Cl COOH H2 H (CH2)6 –NH C ( C) N 2C C H2 O H2 H2 C H C H C C NH 2 (4) CH 3 H2 H2 C H C H C C NH 2 NH 2 (CH2 )4 H (III) (IV) (II) (V) Which of the following compounds shall not produced propene by reaction with HBr followed by elimination of direct only elimination reaction ? H2 (4) H 3C–C–CH 2OH Ans. H 2 C CH 2 C H2 (CH2 )6 NH 2 Hexamethylene diamine CH 2 =C=O O C NH (CH 2 )6 NH H Br CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 n Elimination H 3 C CH CH 2 Br CH 3 —CH 2 —CH 2 —OH Polymerisation (CH2 )4 H 66 Adipic acid C H H 2C—CH 2 C (3) H2 66 COOH + H 2 N O H H2 (2) H C–C–CH 3 2Br n Ans. (1) Sol.

(1) OH H CH 2OH CH 2OH respectively. (1) 3°-Nitro compound does not react with HNO because of absence of –H 149. is :(1) L-erythrose. Which one of the following nitro-compounds does not react with nitrous acid ? CHO H 3C (1) H 3C–C–NO 2 H 3C Sol. H 3C O (4) H 3C H 3C H 3C H OH H CH 2 OH HO HO CHO H H H HO CH 151. D-threose. D-erythrose. L-erythrose. H OH HO H OH H CH 2OH CHO HO H H HO H HO F (3) H (4) OH CH 2OH CHO Ans. The correct corresponding order names of four aldoses with configuration given below CHO CHO  Sol. D-threose (2) D-erythrose. L-threose. L-erythrose Ans. L-threose (3) L-erythrose. +  Carbocation (HF) H +  ESR (alkylation) [Friedel Craft reaction] . L-erythrose. L-threose. D-erythrose. (1) Transcription Translation DNA   RNA   Protein 150. (2) 10 F H Sol. L-threose. D-threose (4) D-threose. OH CH 2 OH L-Erythrose H2 C OH D-Threose CH 2 OH NO 2 H CH 2 OH CHO NO 2 H2 C C H2 HO HF    P 0 C  (3) C H OH D-Erythrose CH 3 (2) CHO H 2 the product P is :-  (2) DNA  RNA Carbohydrates (3) Amino acids Proteins DNA (1) (2) (4) DNA  Carbohydrates  Proteins Ans.NEET-II (2016) 148. NO 2 Ans. The central dogma of molecular genetics states that the genetic information flows from :(1) DNA  RNA Proteins H L-Threose In the given reaction + Sol.

(3)  NO 2 O  Which among the given molecules can exhibit tautomerism ? This reaction will be the fastest in  O (1) N.N'-dimethylformamide (DMF) Ph Ph O (2) water O I II III (3) ethanol (1) Both I and II (4) methanol (3) III only Ans. CH 3 –CH 2 –CH 2 Br + NaCN CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 CN+ N O 2 path. 1 atmosphere) CONH 2 (1) A is :- Pd/carbon. H Keto form OH H Enol form 11 . The structure of compound A is :CN 154.CODE-YY 152. N N OH (4) Ans. (4) OH NH 2 N 2· Cl HNO 2 Sn+HCl Reduction (A) Aniline (B) Benzene Diazonium chloride Sol. which is favoured by polar aprotic solvents like DMF. DMF (Dimethyl formamide) H C N Me O Me (4) Both I and III Ans. (1) Sol. B.Ethanol Sol. followed by HNO 2 to give an unstable compound B. DMSO. CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 Br + NaCN CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 CN + NaBr O H 2 gas. A given nitrogen-containing aromatic compound A reacts with Sn/HCl. The correct structure of the product A formed in the reaction O H 2(gas. (1 atmosphere)   Pd /Carbon. (4) O Ph—OH Consider the reaction 155.  p-Hydroxy azo benzene (red colour dye) 153. forms a beatiful coloured compound C with the molecular formula C 12 H 10 N2 O. (3) NaBr This reaction follows by S (2) Both II and III Sol. etc. ethanol (2) NH 2 OH NO 2 (3) (4) OH  (2) (1) Ans. on treatment with phenol.

(1) Cellulose (4) HCN 2 S3 given below : presence of intramolecular hydrogen bond ? Sol.NEET-II (2016) 156. the order is III > II > I .5 mol / dm  = 5. acids COOH COOH I (1) 0. It is because the  Sol.76 × 10 T = 298 K Ans. (3) Sol. COOH –3 3 S cm –1   1000 5.5 mol/dm 3 solution of AgNO 3 with electrolytic conductivity of 5.086 S cm COOH II (3) 2. (1) In acetic acid. The compound that will react most readily with gaseous bromine has the formula (3) C3 H 6 Ans. (3) rate is proportional to the surface coverage order of their coagulating power is (1) III > II > I (2) III > I > II (3) I > II > III (4) II > I > III Ans.76 × 10 –3 S cm –1 at 298 K is (+I) (1) rate is independent of the surface coverage (2) rate of decomposition is very slow 157.52 S cm is 2 /mol Ans. (NaCl) = 52.22 The correct (2) Concentrated acetic acid (3) H2O2 Ans. 2 /mol (2) 28. The coagulation values in millimoles per litre of the Gaseous Bromine reacts with alkene to give allylic  CH 3 –CH=CH 2   H2C C H Br Br2  gas  CH 2 electrolytes used for the coagulation of As Which one of the following compounds shows the III.52 Scm 2 /mol The decomposition of phosphine (PH 3 ) on tungsten at low pressure is a first-order reaction. H 2 O 2 and HCN inter molecular hydrogen bo nd present but in cellulose intramolecular hydrogen bond present. C = 0. (4) (1) III > II > I (2) II > I > III (3) I > II > III (4) II > III > I Sol. Coagulation power  1 coagulation value So. 12 are II.8 S cm 2 /mol O O The molar conductivity of a 0. (BaCl 2 ) = 0.5 3  11.69. I. (MgSO4 ) = 0.88 S cm 2 /mol III (4) 11. 161. (2) C2 H 4  (1) C4 H 10 (4) C2 H 2 Sol.76 10   M 0. The decomposition of PH 3 on tungsten at low pressure is a first order reaction because rate is proportional to the surface coverage. The correct order of strengths of the carboxylic 159. (3) substituted product by free radical mechanism 158. (4) m  Acidic Strength COOH COOH O more(—I) O > > less (—I) 160. (1) Sol. (4) rate is inversely proportional to the surface coverage Ans.

of the strong electrolyte barium hydroxide is gas using a current of 3 amperes is (1) 2 (2) 3 (1) 220 minutes (2) 330 minutes (3) 0 (4) 1 (3) 55 minutes (4) 110 minutes Ans.013% 167.7 10 0. (4) Total 2 electron can fit in the orbital of 3p 164.1 71  Ba(OH)2 is strong electrolyte. (3) (4) 6 (1) 0.30 10 Ans. In CaF 2 .7 × 10 Sol. the coordination numbers for calcium ion (Ca 2+ ) and fluoride ion (F –) are S  nC pm n Tf P nR n i Ti Pf For isothermal T i = T f. l =1 3p 5 H 5 N) pyridinium ion (C5 H 5 N H) in a 0. The van't Hoff factor (i) for a dilute aqueous solution the time required to produce 0. (2) Sol.10 mol of chlorine Ans. the coordination numbers for Ca +2 = 8 F  4 13 . to p f.   1. In calcium fluoride.1 9 change is given by  pi  (2) S = RT ln    pf    pf  (1) S = nRT ln    pi   pf  (3) S = nR ln    pi   pi  (4) S = nR ln    pf  4 100 %  0.5 3 t(sec) 96500 t (s) = 6433. so its 100% dissociation occurs in solution 2Cl   Cl 2 g   2e  E W  it 96500 163. The percentage of pyridine (C + How many electrons can fit in the orbital for which (1) 10 aq  2OH aq   solution i =3 35.013% i is Pyridine (C 5 H 5 H 5 N) is a weak base Kb = C 2 For a sample of perfect gas when its pressure is changed isothermally from p –9 ) Ans. n=3.6% (3) 0. 165. having the fluorite structure.  110 min. the entropy  1. (4) Sol.10 M aqueous  Sol.CODE-YY 162.33 sec t(min) = 107. that forms pyridine solution (K b for C 5 H 5 N = 1.77% (2) 1. (4) Sol.30 10 Pi Pf (1) 8 and 4 (2) 4 and 8 (3) 4 and 2 (4) 6 and 6 Ans.22 min 2 Van't Hoff factor = total number of ions present in  0. During the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride. n = 3 and l = 1 ? (2) 14 (3) 2 Ans. (1) Sol. ln1 = 0 S  nR n 4 %  1. Ba OH 2 Ba 166.0060% (4) 0.

6 × 10 –10 = S × 0.  G 0  2.(1) n x3 y2  0. NaCl aq   0. S is neglected with respect to 0.6 × 10 (3) 6 × 10 –10 (1) 1. A y = 30 Incorrect answer.t = n..1 AgCl  s  Ans. (1) and (2) Ax = 40.26 × 10 (4) 1. (4) 14 (2) 30. is G mix =0 The solubility of AgCl(s) with solubility product (1) 3.6 × 10 –10 = [Ag + ] [Cl–] = S (0. K eq >1 correct Sol. 40 Let atomic weight of x is A n xy2  0.NEET-II (2016) 168.60 × 10 –19 C)  G mix  0 170. If the E°cell for a given reaction has a negative value.05 mole of X 3 Y2 weighs 9 g..1 S = 1. When 0.75 × 10 1.303RT log K eq  K eq  1 Which one of the following is incorrect for ideal (1) P = Pobs – P calculated by Raoult's law =0 Sol.. –5 20 Q = ne i. 20 The number of electrons delivered at the cathode during electrolysis by a current of 1 ampere in 60 seconds is (charge on electron = 1.1M       Ag aq   Cl aq  0 0 S S 0.6 × 10 –9 M  G 0  nF E 0cell 169. G° and K eq ? a a S  E0cell  ve 171.  (2) G mix = 0 (3) H mix = 0 (4) U mix = 0 H mix  0  For an ideal solution U mix  0 S mix  0 According to G mix  H mix  T S mix 172.6 10 19 20 electrons 23 . (3) solution ? Sol.. K eq <1 (3) G° > 0. (3) 40.05  9 3A x  2A y 3A x + 2A y = 180 .1  x and y is A y 10 A x  2A y A x  2A y  100 . (3) Sol.1 M 1. Na (aq 0 0.(2) on solving eq.1M 0 –9 M M 23 (2) 7. the atomic weights of X and Y are  G 0  ve  G  0 Ans. 30 Ans.e n 1  60  3. (2)  Cl  aq 0 0. K eq <1 (4) G° > 0.1 S Ksp = 1. K eq >1 (2) G° < 0. 30 (4) 60.6 × 10 in 0.1 M NaCl solution would be M –11 (2) zero (3) 1.  Suppose the elements X and Y combine to form two compounds XY 2 and X 3 Y2 . which of the following gives the relationships for the values of (1) G° < 0.6 × 10 Ans.48 × 10 (4) 6 × 10 20 Ans.1+S) Ksp is small.1 mole of XY2 weighs 10 g and 0. (1) 20.75 10 1. (1) Sol.

which one of the following statements is incorrect ? (3) limewater (1) Its salts rarely hydrolyze. Aqueous solution of slaked lime Suspension solution of slaked lime  lime water  milk of lime (4) it forms Be 2 C. (1) Ans. (2) In SO 23 . so iron cannot be coated on zinc. (3) It is rendered passive by nitric acid. Be salts are covalent nature. (1) Sol. to the formation of (1) AlH3 (2) K[AlF3 H] (3) K3 [AlF3 H 3 ] (4) K3 [AlF6 ] 178. No. so easily hyrolysed. (2) The hybridizations of atomic orbitals of nitrogen in Zinc has higher negative electrode potential than Sol. CO 32  Ans.ClO 3 . (1) sp. It is because Linear NO 3  sp 2 Trigonal planar NH 4  sp 3 Tetrahedral Which of the following fluoro-compounds is most likely to behave as a Lewis base ? (2) SiF4 (3) BF3 (4) PF 3 Sol. of electrons = 32 The suspension of slaked lime in water is known as (1) milk of lime Shape : trigonal planar (2) aqueous solution of slaked lime 180. Boric acid is an acid because its molecule (1) accepts OH – 177. NO 3 (2) ClO 3. sp and sp 3 (3) sp. (3) In CO 3 2. Which of the following pairs of ions is isoelectronic and isostructural ?  iron (1) CF4 Ans. In context with beryllium. It is due Sol.NO 3 . 15 . SO 32  (3) CO 23 . Ans. of electrons = 42. 179.CODE-YY 173. AlF3 + 3KF  K3 [AlF6 ] 175. NO 3 (4) ClO 3. (1) Sol. (2 & 3)  Sol. PF 3 act as Lewis base due to present of lone pair on P atom. (1) Sol. (4) (3) zinc is lighter than iron (4) zinc has lower melting point than iron (1) SO 23 . Zinc can be coated on iron to produce galvanized iron but the reverse is not possible. AlF3 is soluble in HF only in presence of KF. B(OH)3 + H 2 O  [B(OH)4 ]– + H + 174. 176. sp2 and sp (4) sp 2 . Sol. sp 3 and sp Ans. No. Shape : Pyramidal iron. NO 3 and NH 4 respectively are from water releasing proton (2) combines with proton from water molecule + (3) contains replaceable H ion (4) gives up a proton 3 (2) sp 2 . (4) quicklime (2) Its hydride is electron-deficient and polymeric. NO 2. Ans. (4) (1) zinc has lower negative electrode potential than (2) zinc has higher negative electrode potential than iron NO 2  sp  Ans. sp 3 and sp 2 Ans.