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Choose the correct alternative. Only One choice is Correct. However, questions marked with '*' may have More than One

Correct option.

1. Which of the following is not correct?

(A) During N 2 formation, one electron is removed from the bonding molecular orbitals

(B) During O 2 formation, one electron is removed from the antibonding molecular orbital

(C) During O 2 formation one electron is added to the bonding molecular orbital

(D) During CN formation one electron is added to the bonding molecular orbital

RCa 2H .

2+

2. RH2 (ion exchange resin) can replace Ca in hard water in a following way: RH 2 + Ca 2+

1 L of hard water after passing through RH2 has pH = 2. Hence, hardness in ppm of Ca2+ is :

(A) 200 (B) 100 (C) 50 (D) 125

*3. Select the correct curve (s) :

If v = Velocity of electron in Bohrs orbit [Assume n to be continuous value]

r = Radius of electron in Bohrs orbit

P.E. = Potential energy of electron in Bohrs orbit

K.E. = Kinetic energy of electron in Bohrs orbit

4. Calculate the number of waves made by a Bohr electron in one complete revolution in nth orbit of H-atom, if ratio of

de-Broglie wavelength associated with electron moving in nth orbit and 2nd orbit is 3 : 1.

Kinetic theory of gases is a generalization offered by Maxwell, Boltzman, Clausius, etc., to explain the behavior of ideal gases.

This theory assumes that ideal gas molecules neither attract nor repel each other. Average kinetic energy of a gas molecules is

directly proportional to the absolute temperature. A gas equation called kinetic gas equation was derived on the basis of kinetic

theory.

1

PV mnv 2

3

5. The average kinetic energy per molecule of an ideal gas is equal to :

(A) 0.5 kJ (B) 0.5 RT (C) 1.5 KT (D) 1.5 RT2

6. Which of the following do not pertain to the postulates of kinetic theory of gases?

(A) No loss in kinetic energy during collision (B) Speed of gas molecules are ever changing

(C) Pressure exerted by the gas is due to the collision of molecules with the walls of the container

(D) Kinetic energy of a gas is given by the sum of 273 and temperature in Celsius scale.

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7. At 400 K the root mean square (rms) speed of a gas x. (mol. wt. 40) is equal to the most probable speed of gas y at

60 K. The mol. wt. of the gas y is __________.

The shape of a molecule is determined by the number of groups of electrons around the central atom. The groups might be a

non-bonding single electron, a non-bonding or bonding pair of electrons, a double pair of bonding electrons or triple pair of

bonding electrons etc. The electron groupings minimize the repulsion to decrease potential energy of the system i.e., to make

the Q X Q angle as wide as possible. (X = central atom, Q = surrounding atom).

According to VSEPR theory repulsive interaction are summarized as lone pair lone pair > lone pair bond pair > bond

pair bond pair. So that as the lone pair other pair repulsion increases, the angle between these pairs increases, so the

Q X Q angle will be slightly reduced compared to what might be expected from the simple geometry or shape.

8. In which of the following pair both species have same Cl X Cl bond angle?

I. CCl4, SiCl4 II. POCl3, SO2Cl2 III. BCl3, AlCl3 IV. SOCl2, COCl2

(A) I, II (B) III, II, I (C) I, III (D) II, IV

9. In which of the following species presence of L.P does not affect idealized bond angle?

I. PF3 II. BrF3 III. IF5

(A) I, II, III (B) IV, V (C) II, V (D) None of these

Column 1 Column 2

(A) For the equilibrium NH 4 I s NH3 g HI g , if pressure (p) Forward shift

is increased at equilibrium

(B) For the reaction : N 2 (g) 3H 2 (g) 2NH3 (g) at equilibrium, (q) No change

volume is increased at equilibrium

(C) For the reaction : H 2O g CO g H 2 g CO2 g inert (r) Backward shift

gas is added at constant pressure at equilibrium.

(D) For the equilibrium : PCl5 (g) PCl3 (g) Cl 2 (g) , Cl2 is (s) Final pressure is more than initial

removed at equilibrium pressure

y+ x y+

The solubility product of a soluble salt AxBy is given by: Ksp = [A ]x [B ]y. As soon as the product of concentration of A and

x

B becomes more than its Ksp, the salt begins to precipitate. It may practically be noticed that AgCl is fairly soluble in water and

its solubility decreases dramatically in 0.1 M NaCl or 0.1 M AgNO3 solution. It may, therefore, be concluded that in presence of

a common ion, the solubility of salt decreases.

Read the paragraph carefully and answer the following questions :

10

11. Ksp of SrF2 in water is 8 10 . The solubility of SrF2 in 0.1 M NaF aqueous solution is :

(A) 8 1010 (B) 2 103 (C) 2.7 1010 (D) 8 108

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12. Equal volume of the following two solutions are mixed. The one in which CaSO4 (Ksp = 2.4 105) is precipitated is :

(A) 0.02 M CaCl2 + 0.0004 M Na2SO4 (B) 0.01 M CaCl2 + 0.0004 M Na2SO4

(C) 0.02 M CaCl2 + 0.0002 M Na2SO4 (D) 0.03 M CaCl2 + 0.004 M Na2SO4

11

13. The pH of a saturated solution of Mg(OH)2 is (Ksp Mg(OH)2 = 1 10

(A) 9 (B) 3.87 (C) 10.43 (D) 5

[Cu(H 2O)3 (OH)] [Al(H 2O)6 ]3 [Cu(H 2O) 4 ]2 [Al(H 2O)5 (OH)]2

(A) (B) (C) (D)

(A) (A) is an acid and (B) is a base (B) (A) is a base and (B) is an acid

(C) (C) is the conjugate acid of (A) and (D) is the conjugate base of (B)

(D) (C) is the conjugate base of (A) and (D) is the conjugate acid of (B)

15. An unknown volume and unknown concentration of weak acid HX is titrated with NaOH of unknown concentration.

3 3

After addition of 10.0 cm of NaOH solution, pH of solution is 5.7 and after the addition of 20.0 cm of NaOH solution,

the pH is 6.3. Calculate the pKa for the weak acid, HX. (Given: antilog of 0.6 4).

16. Acridine is a heterocyclic aromatic compound obtained from coal tar that is used in the synthesis of dyes. The molecular

formula of aceridine is , and its ring system is analogous to that of anthracene except that one CH group has been

replaced by N. The two most stable resonance structures of acridine are equivalent to each other and both contain a

pyridine like structural unit. Which is structral formula of acridine?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

18. A metal crystallizes into two crystal unit cells like face centered cubic (FCC) and body centre cubic (BCC) at different

temperatures. Ratio of densities of FCC and BCC crystals will be (Assuming same edge length) :

(A) 1.09 (B) 1.21 (C) 1.25 (D) 1.3

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Choose the correct alternative. Only One choice is Correct. However, questions marked with '*' may have More than One

Correct option.

1. Two identical blocks are placed on a rough horizontal ground with a small gap F

between them. A rod (not reaching the floor) is inserted between the blocks

vertically. If a horizontal force is applied to the upper end of the rod as shown, which

A B

block will move first?

(A) A (B) B

(C) Both will move simultaneously (D) None of these

2. Heat is being supplied at a constant rate to a sphere of ice which is melting at the rate of 0.1 gm sec. It melts completely

in 100 sec. The rate of rise of temperature thereafter will be : (Assume no loss of heat).

(A) 0.8 C / sec (B) 5.4C / sec (C) 3.6C / sec (D) 1.25C / sec

3. A cyclic process is shown in the figure. For the process AB which of the

following statement is correct? 2P 0 A

(A) Heat given to the system will be always ve throughout the process. P

(B) Heat given to the system will be always + ve throughout the process.

P0 C B

(C) First the heat given is +ve then ve throughout the process.

(D) None of these V0 2V 0

a platform of height H from the ground. The distance x from

the ground where a small hole is punched to get the maximum

range R is :

(A) H (B) 1.2 5 H

(C) 1.5 H (D) 2H

5. The equation for a particle in SHM with amplitude A and angular frequency considering all distances from one

extreme position and time when it is at the other extreme position is

(A) x = A + A cos t (B) x = A A cos t (C) x = 1 + A cos t (D) x = 1 A cos t

6. Three resonance frequencies of an organ pipe are at 1190, 1360 and 1530 Hz. If velocity of sound in the air is 340 m/s,

then length of the pipe is :

(A) 0.5 m (B) 1m

(C) Cant say because type of organ pipe is not given (D) None of these

*7. Two large conducting plates having surface charge densities + and , respectively, are

fixed d distance apart. A small test charge q of mass m is attached to two identical

springs as shown in the adjacent figure. The charge q is now released from rest with

springs in natural length. Then q will [neglect gravity]

2k

(A) perform SHM with angular frequency

m

q

(B) perform SHM with amplitude (C) not perform SHM, but will have a periodic motion

2 k 0

(D) remain stationary

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*8. A source of constant potential difference is connected across a conductor having irregular cross-section as shown in

figure. Then:

(B) Rate of electrons crossing per unit area of cross-section at P is less than that at Q

(C) The rate of generation of heat per unit length at P is greater than that at Q

(D) Mean kinetic energy of free electron at P is greater than that at Q

*9. If a long cylindrical conductor caries a steady current parallel to its length

(A) the electric field along the axis is zero

(B) the magnetic field along the axis is zero

(C) the magnetic field outside the conductor is zero

(D) the electric field outside the conductor is zero

*10. A train starts from rest at S = 0 and is subjected to acceleration as shown : a(m/s)2

(A) Change in velocity at the end of 10 m displacement is 50 m/s. 6

(B) Velocity of the train for S = 10 m is 10 m/s.

(C) The maximum velocity attained by train is not greater than 14 m/s

(D) The maximum velocity of the train is between 15 m/s and 16 m/s. S(m)

30

figure. Find the speed (in m/s) of block C.

(Assume that the pulleys and string are ideal)

12. An inclined plane is placed on a horizontal smooth surface. The plane is struck by an small

elastic ball whose velocity is horizontal just before the impact. The ball bounces off the

inclined plane and then lands on it again at the point of first impact. Find the ratio of the

masses of the ball and the inclined plane. (Angle = 30)

13. A rod of length R and mass M is free to rotate about a horizontal axis

passing through hinge P as shown in the figure. First it is taken aside

such that it becomes horizontal and then released. At the lowest point

M R

P

the rod hits the block B of mass m and stops. If mass of rod is 60 kg,

find mass of the block if it just complete the circle. m

14. MATCH THE FOLLOWING

Column-1 Column-2

(A) Longitudinal stress (p) Volume changes

(B) Shear stress (q) Shape changes

(C) Volume stress (r) Volume does not change

(D) Tensile stress (s) Shape does not change

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15. Heat given to process is positive, match the following option of column 1 with the corresponding option of column 2 ?

P(atm)

J

30

20 M

10 L

K

10 20 V(m3)

Column 1 Column 2

(A) JK (P) W > 0

(B) KL (Q) Q < 0

(C) LM (R) W < 0

(D) MJ (S) Q>0

1. If for real x, y, z, x 2 y x 4 z 6, y 2 z y 4 x 10 and z 2 x z 4 y 16 then x y z is equal to :

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3

2. The two adjacent sides of a cyclic quadrilateral are 2, 5 and the angle between them is 60 . If the area of the

quadrilateral is 4 3 , then the remaining two sides are :

(A) 1, 2 (B) 2, 2 (C) 2, 3 (D) None of these

3. I(1,0) is the centre of in circle of triangle ABC, the equation of BI is x 1= 0 and equation of CI is x y 1 = 0, then

angle BAC is:

2

(A) (B) (C) (D)

4 3 2 3

4. Two Circles of radius 36 and 9 touch each other externally, a third circle of radius r touches the two given circles

externally and also their common tangent, then the value of r is :

(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 17 (D) 18

5. Let f (x) be a function which satisfies f 21 x f 21 x , for all values of x If f (x) has exactly three real roots

, , then is equal to :

(A) 63 (B) 63 (C) 0 (D) 21

10 zz

6. If arg(z) < 0, then arg is equal to ____________.

2

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2

tan x 2 sin x 3 sin x 4 sin x 6 sin x 2 , x / 2

2 2

7. Define f : 0, R by f x is continuous at

k

, x / 2

x , then k is equal to :

2

(A) 1/12 (B) 1/6 (C) 1/24 (D) 1/32

8. The figure shows a right triangle with its hypotenuse OB along the y-axis and its

vertex A on the parabola y = x2. Let h represents the length of the hypotenuse which

depends on the x-coordinate of the point A. The value of Lim ( h) equals

x 0

(A) 0 (B) 1/2

(C) 1 (D) 2

9

cot k x 9

cot k x 10

cot k x 10

(A) (B) (C) (D) k cot k x

k 1 k k 1 k ! k 1 10 k 1

10. A line is drawn from A (2, 0) to intersect the curve y 2 = 4 x in P and Q in the first quadrant such that

1 1 1

+ < , then slope of the line is always :

AP AQ 4

1 1

(A) > 3 (B) < (C) > 2 (D) >

3 3

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