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ADVANCED PATTERN CUMULATIVE TEST-3 (ACT-3)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN+ADVANCED) 2017

PAPER-1 COURSE : VIJAY (01JR)

Date : 18-12-2016 Time: 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 240

Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.

GENERAL %

1. The sealed booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the seal till you are instructed to do so.

2. The question paper CODE is printed on the right hand top corner of this sheet and the right hand top corner of the back cover of

this booklet.

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4. Blank spaces are provided within this booklet for rough work.

5. Write your Name and Roll Number in the space provided on the below cover.

6. After the open booklet, verify that the booklet contains all the 57 questions along with the options are legible.

7. The question paper has three parts : Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Each part has three sections.

8. Each section as detailed in the following table :

Category-wise Marks for Each Question Maximum

Number of

Section Question Type Marks of the

Questions Negative

Full Marks Partial Marks Zero Marks Section

Marks

+1

+4 0

Comprehension For darkening a bubble 2

If only the bubble(s) If none of

1 (One or More Correct 8 corresponding to each correct In all other 32

corresponding to all the correct the bubbles

Option(s)) option, provided NO incorrect cases

option(s) is(are) darkened is darkened

option is darkened

+4

0 1

If only the bubbles

2 Single digit Integer (0-9) 10 if not In all other 40

corresponding to the correct

attempted cases

answer is darkened

For each entry in Column-I

+2 0 1

3 Match the Column 1 If only the bubble(s) if not In all other 8

corresponding to all the correct attempted cases

match(es) is(are) darkened

9. Darken the appropriate bubbles on the original by applying sufficient pressure.

10. The original is machine-gradable and will be collected by the invigilator at the end of the examination.

11. Do not tamper with or mutilate the ORS.

12. Write your name, roll number and the name of the examination centre and sign with pen in the space provided for this purpose on

the original. Do not write any of these details anywhere else. Darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of your roll

number.

13. Use a BLACK BALL POINT to darken the bubbles in the upper sheet.

14. Darken the bubble COMPLETELY.

15. Darken the bubble ONLY if you are sure of the answer.

16. The correct way of darkening a bubble is as shown here :

17. There is NO way to erase or "un-darkened bubble.

18. The marking scheme given at the beginning of each section gives details of how darkened and not darkened bubbles are

evaluated.

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MATHEMATICS

PART : I MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS

SECTION 1 : (Maximum Marks : 32)

This section contains FOUR paragraphs

Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

For each question, marks will be awarded in one of the following categories :

Full Marks : +4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are)

darkened.

Partial Marks : +1 For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct option, provided

NO incorrect option is darkened.

Zero Marks : 0 If none of the bubbles is darkened.

Negative Marks : 2 In all other cases.

For example, if (A), (C) and (D) are all the correct options for a question, darkening all these three

will result in +4 marks ; darkening only (A) and (D) will result in +2 marks and darkening (A) and

(B) will result in 2 marks, as a wrong option is also darkened.

x

If f(x) is a differential function such that f(x) = (1 2x f(t))dt & f(1) = e, then

0

(A) f(x) is an even function (B) f(x) is an odd function

(C) f(x) is always increasing function (D) f(x) is always decreasing function

1

2. f(x)dx =

0

e 1 e 1

(A) (B) is less than 1 (C) (D) is greater than 1

2 2

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 3 to 4

MATHEMATICS

If f(x) is a differentiable function wherever it is continuous and f(c1) = f(c2) = 0, f(c1) f(c2) < 0,

f(c1) = 5, f(c2) = 0 and (c1 < c2)

Now answer the following questions (1 to 2)

3. If f(x) is continuous in [c1,c2] & f(c1) f(c2) < 0, then minimum number of roots of f(x) = 0 in

[c1 1, c2 + 1] is

(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

4. If f(x) is continuous in [c1, c2] & f(c1) f(c2) > 0, then minimum number of solutions of f(x) = 0 in

[c1 1, c2 + 1] is

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

1

Let f(x) be a 4 degree polynomial satisfying f(r) = for r = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 then

r

5. Value of f(6) is

1 1

(A) 6 (B) (C) (D) f(3)

6 3

(A) f(x) is always increasing (B) f(x) 0 has no negative root

(C) f(0) 0 (D) f '(x) 0 for atleast one x (3, 6) .

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 7 to 8

MATHEMATICS

1

1

Consider f : R {0} R defined by f(x) = 1 e x

(C) f(x) is an odd function (D) f(x) is neither even nor odd function

8. f(x) is a/an

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MATHEMATICS

This section contains TEN questions

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For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

2

9. Number of solutions of the equation sec1 + cos x = 0

1 x

x

11. The tangent to y = ax2 + bx + c at (1, 2) is parallel to the normal at the point (2, 2) on the same

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12. A triangle is formed by the lines whose combined equation is given by (x + y 9) (xy 2y x + 2) = 0

MATHEMATICS

if the circumcentre of triangle is (h, k), then value of |h k| is

13. The number n for which number of dissimilar terms in the expansion of (1 x x 2 x 3 )n is equal to

2

14. If f(x) = x + sinx, then find . f 1(x) sin x dx

2

n

15. If f(n,) = 1 tan

r 1

2

lim f(n, ) , (where [x] represent the greatest

0

n

integer function) is

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16. A five digits number divisible by 3 is to be formed using the numbers 0,1,2,3,4 and 5, without

MATHEMATICS

repetition. The total number of such numbers are m3, then m is equal to

17. If and are roots of the equation x2 3x + 1 = 0 and an n n 1, then find the value of

a5 a1

.

a3 a1

S2 S3 S4 Sn

18. Let Sn = 1 + 2 + 3 +....+ n and Pn = . . ......... , where n N (n 2).

S 2 1 S3 1 S 4 1 Sn 1

lim Pn is equal to

n

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This section contains ONE question

Question contains two columns, Column I and Column II

Column I has four entries (A),(B), (C) and (D)

Column II has four entries (P),(Q), (R) and (S)

Match the entries in Column I with the entries in Column II

One or more entries in Column I may match with one or more entries in Column II

The ORS contains a 4 4 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

For each entry in Column I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column Imatches with entries (P),(Q) and (R), then darken these three bubbles in the

ORS. Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column I

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0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

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19. Match Column I with Column II

MATHEMATICS

(where [.] and {.} represent greatest integer function and fractional part function respectively)

Column - I Column - II

sin1 1 x x 2 + 32 x2 + 16x = 0 is

log 1

(a2 3a + 3) > 0, x > 0, is equal to

x

x

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PHYSICS

PART - II : PHYSICS

PHYSICS

SECTION 1 : (Maximum Marks : 32)

This section contains FOUR paragraphs

Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

For each question, marks will be awarded in one of the following categories :

Full Marks : +4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are)

darkened.

Partial Marks : +1 For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct option, provided

NO incorrect option is darkened.

Zero Marks : 0 If none of the bubbles is darkened.

Negative Marks : 2 In all other cases.

For example, if (A), (C) and (D) are all the correct options for a question, darkening all these three

will result in +4 marks ; darkening only (A) and (D) will result in +2 marks and darkening (A) and

(B) will result in 2 marks, as a wrong option is also darkened.

A wedge B of mass 2m is placed on a rough horizontal surface. The coefficient of friction between

wedge and the horizontal surface is 1. A block of mass m is placed on wedge as shown in the

figure. The coefficient of friction between block and wedge is 2. The block and wedge are

released from rest.

A

B

1

Space for Rough Work

20. Suppose the inclined surface of the wedge is at = 37 angle from horizontal and 2 = 0.9 then the

wedge :

(A) will remain in equilibrium if 1 = 0.5 (B) will accelerate towards left if 1 = 0

(C) will acceleration toward left if 1 = 0.25 (D) will remain in equilibrium if 1 = 0.3

21. Suppose the inclined surface of the wedge is at = 37 from angle from horizontal and 2 = 0 the

wedge will remain in equilibrium if :

(A) 1 = 0.1 (B)1 = 0.2 (C)1 = 0.3 (D)1 = 0.4

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 22 to 23

PHYSICS

We have a fixed conductor having a cavity inside. There is a point charge q1 kept inside the cavity.

Charge appearing at the inner surface of the cavity is q2. Charge appearing at outer surface of

conductor is q3 and there lies another point charge q4 out side the conductor. Whole situation is

shown in figure.

q3

B

q2

Cavity q4

q1

A

conductor

C

q4 is held stationary by applying an external force F0 on it. Three points A, B and C are shown.

Answer the following two questions.

22. If keeping the magnitude and nature of q1 fixed, position of q1 is changed inside the cavity, then

choose the correct option(s)

(A) External force required to keep q4 stationary remains unchanged.

(B) Intensity of electric field at point C remains unchanged

(C) Intensity of electric field at point B remains unchanged

(D) Intensity of electric field at point B only due to q2 remains unchanged.

23. If keeping the nature and position of q1 fixed, magnitude of q1 is changed, then choose the

INCORRECT option(s).

(A) External force required to keep q4 stationary remains unchanged.

(B) Intensity of electric field at point C remains unchanged

(C) Intensity of electric field at point B remains unchanged

(D) Intensity of electric field at point B only due to q2 remains unchanged.

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 24 to 25

PHYSICS

A string fixed at both the ends of length 2 m, vibrating in its 7th overtone. Equation of the standing

wave is given by y = A sin kx cos (t + /3), All the symbols have their usual meaning. Mass per

unit length of the string is 0.5 gm/cm. Given that A = 1 cm and = 100 rad/sec. Answer the

1 1 3 11

(A) sec. (B) sec. (C) sec. (D) sec.

150 60 100 300

1 5 19 25

(A) sec. (B) sec. (C) sec. (D) sec.

600 600 600 600

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Paragraph for Questions 26 and 27

PHYSICS

A true balance is one whose pans are of equal masses and arms are of equal lengths. When this

happens, the net moment of forces about point of suspension is zero and beam remains horizontal

without any weight i.e., for the true balance P1 = P2 and 1 = 2 also P1 1 P2 2 (mass of beam is

negligible).

1 2

P1 P2

Mass of pan

A shopkeeper uses a false balance to weigh articles. Both arms and pans of this false balance are

different, but beam become horizontal without any weight. P1 P2 and 1 2 but P1 1 P2 2 .

(A) If mass of pan P2 is less than mass of pan P1 and Shopkeeper puts weight W on P1, and article

2 1

on the pan P2. In this weight gain to the shopkeeper is W .

2

(B) If mass of pan P2 is less than mass of pan P1 and Shopkeeper puts weight W on P1, and article

2 1

on the pan P2. In this weight loss to the shopkeeper is W .

2

(C) If mass of pan P2 is less than mass of pan P1 and Shopkeeper puts weight W on P2, and article

1

on the pan P1. In this weight loss to the shopkeeper is W 2 .

1

(D) If mass of pan P2 is less than mass of pan P1 and Shopkeeper puts weight W on P2, and article

1

on the pan P1. In this weight gainSpace

to the shopkeeper

for Rough is W 2 .

Work 1

27. Shopkeeper use a weight W to weigh an article by false balance. In two weighing, by using

alternating pans, let W 1 and W 2 are the weights of the article given to the customer i.e., customer

gets (W 1 + W 2) weight of article. Loss or gain to the shopkeeper is :

( 2 1 ) 2 ( 2 1 ) 2

(A) W gain (B) W loss

1 2 1 2

(C) No gain, no loss (D) Data insufficient

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This section contains TEN questions

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For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

28. A lamina is made by removing a small disc of diameter 2R from a bigger disc of uniform mass

density and radius 2R, as shown in figure. A second similar disc is made but instead of hole a disc

of triple the density as of first it filled in the hole. Centre of mass is calculated in both the cases and

2r2

was found at a distance r1 & r2 from centre O respectively. Find the ratio .

r1

29. Given system is in equilibrium. All surfaces are smooth. Spring is ideal and blocks are sticked at the ends

of spring. Now F0 is removed. Average normal contact force between wall and mass m1 upto the time

spring attains its natural length for the first time in Newton is : (Given that F0 = 2 Newton)

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30. A uniform solid sphere of mass M and radius R is rotating with respect to its diameter, with a

PHYSICS

constant angular velocity in free space (i.e. there is no one to exert any force on sphere).

Consider an hemispherical part of the sphere (Such that axis of rotation lies in the plane dividing

the sphere in two hemispheres), net force on this hemisphere due to another hemisphere is

nM 2R

. Here n is an integer. Find n.

16

31. 32 capacitors are connected in a circuit as shown in the figure. The capacitance of each capacitor

is 3F. Find equivalent capacitance across AB in F.

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P0

32. Maximum power transfer to external circuit by the battery in watt is P0. Find . (EMF of the

PHYSICS

10

battery is E = 10V and its internal resistance is r = 0.5 )

B 3 3 3

0.5

4 4 4

R 6 6 6

E, r

B

5 5 5

33. A tunnel is dug inside the earth across one of its diameters . Radius of earth is R and its mass is

2GM

M. A particle is projected inside the tunnel with velocity from one of its ends then

R

nGM

maximum velocity attained by the particle in the subsequent motion is (assuming tunnel to

R

be frictionless). Find n.

34. An object kept on the principle axis is moving in the same directions as that of mirror as shown in

figure. Speed of object and mirror is 10m/s and 40/13 m/s. Radius of the curvature of the mirror is

20 cm. If the distance of object from the mirror at this instant is 5x cm, velocity of image at this

instant is found to be zero. Find x.

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35. A particle performs simple harmonic motion with amplitude A. Its speed is double at the instant

PHYSICS

A 33A

when it is at distance from equilibrium position . The new amplitude of the motion is .

3

Find .

36. A uniform string of length 10m is suspended from a rigid support .A short wave pulse is introduced

at its lowest end, it starts moving up the string, the time taken (in sec) to reach the support is :

2

(take g =10m/sec )

37. A wave is travelling in string in +x direction with 2 cm/s, particle at x =0 oscillates according to

equation y (in mm) = 2 sin t . Slope of the wave at x = 3cm and t = 1s is . Find

3 20

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PHYSICS

This section contains ONE question

Question contains two columns, Column I and Column II

Column I has four entries (A),(B), (C) and (D)

Column II has four entries (P),(Q), (R) and (S)

Match the entries in Column I with the entries in Column II

One or more entries in Column I may match with one or more entries in Column II

The ORS contains a 4 4 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

For each entry in Column I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column Imatches with entries (P),(Q) and (R), then darken these three bubbles in the

ORS. Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column I

+2 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct match(es) is (are) darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

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38. Identical capacitors A and B, each plate area S and separation between the plates d, are

PHYSICS

connected in parallel. Charge Q is given to each capacitor. Whole arrangement is shown in figure.

Now Keeping one plate of capacitor B fixed another plate is moved towards the first plate with very

small constant velocity V from t = 0 and keeping one plate of A fixed another plate is moved away

from the first plate with small constant velocity V from t = 0.

Match the proper entries from column- to column- for above described system.

Column- Column-

(d Vt)Q

(A) Charge on capacitor A as function of time (P)

d

(d Vt)Q

(B) Charge on capacitor B as function of time (Q)

d

(C) Current in the circuit as function of time (R) decreases

QV

(D) Ratio of electrostatic potential energy (S)

d

Stored between the plates of capacitor

A and between the plates of capacitor B

as function of time.

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PART : III CHEMISTRY

Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,

CHEMISTRY

P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,

Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

For each question, marks will be awarded in one of the following categories :

Full Marks : +4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are)

darkened.

Partial Marks : +1 For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct option, provided

NO incorrect option is darkened.

Zero Marks : 0 If none of the bubbles is darkened.

Negative Marks : 2 In all other cases.

For example, if (A), (C) and (D) are all the correct options for a question, darkening all these three

will result in +4 marks ; darkening only (A) and (D) will result in +2 marks and darkening (A) and

(B) will result in 2 marks, as a wrong option is also darkened.

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 39 to 40

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Copper is the most noble of the first row transition metals and occurs in small deposits in several

countries. Ores of copper include chalcanthite (CuSO4.5H2O), atacamite (Cu2Cl(OH)3), cuprite

(Cu2O), copper glance (Cu2S) and malachite (Cu2(OH)2CO3). However 80% of the world copper

production comes from the ore chalcopyrites (CuFeS2). The extraction of copper from

chalcopyrites involves partial roasting, removal of iron and self reduction.

(A) FeSiO3 (B) Fe2O3 (C) Cu2S (D) CuO

Select the correct option for blank.

+ 2 2

(A) Cu (B) O (C) S (D) SiO2

When the initial concentration of R' is 0.5 M, the half life of the reaction is 20 minute. When the

initial concentration is increased to 1.3 M, the half life decreases to 7.69 minute.

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41. What is the order of the reaction?

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

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42. What is the rate constant of the reaction ?

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

(A) 0.1 M min (B) 0.6 M min (C) 0.3 M min (D) 1.0 M min

H

+ EtOH

Ot

43. The electrophile in first step is

(A) CH3 CH2 (B) H (C) CH3 CH2 CH CH3 (D) CH3CH2CH2 CH2

(A) CH3 CH2 (B) H (C) CH3 CHCH2CH 3 (D) CH3 CH2CH2 CH2

Benzene is an unsaturated hydrocarbon but does not give addition reactions under normal

conditions. It undergoes electrophilic substitution reactions mainly. In substituted derivatives of

benzene, orientation of further substitution is decided by resonance effect, steric factors, etc. On

the basis of this, answer the following :

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45. In which of the following the given product is the major product

NO2 NO2

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Br Br

NO2 NO2 Br

(A) sulphonation (B)

Br

2

Fe

CN CN

SO3H

COCH3

Cl

Cl ,FeCl CH3CO O

(C)

2 (D)

2

AlCl3

46. Which of the following reagents used for alkylation of benzene by electrophilic substitution

CH3

(A) CH3CHCH2Cl in presence of anhy.AlCl3 (B) (CH3)3 COH in presence of H2SO4

CH3

(C) (CH3)2 CH-CH2-OH in presence of H2SO4 (D) CH3CCH2OH in presence of H2SO4.

CH3

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This section contains TEN questions

The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive

For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

47. Find total number of process which has positive value of standard electrode potential.

0 0

EFe|Fe 2 , E

Cu|Cu2

, E0Zn2 |Zn , EMg

0

2

|Mg

, E0Sn|Sn2 , E0Cr |Cr 3 , E0Ag|Ag

PbSO 4 s 2e Pb s SO 4 2 aq E 0.36 V

PbO2 s 4H aq SO 4 aq 2e PbSO 4 s 2H2O I E 1.69 V

2

Calculate the overall potential for the cell in discharging reaction, Ecell. Give answer in nearest

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49. A B (zero order reaction)

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If first order reaction gets 75% completed in 40 min and zero order reaction gets 75% completed in

Z=

Half life period of zero order reaction

50. How many of the following can dissolve in aqueous HCl as well as in NaOH solution to liberate H2?

51. A vessel of 250 L was filled with 0.01 mole of Sb2S3 and 0.01 mole of H2 to attain the equilibrium at

0

440 C as

Sb 2S3 s 3H 2 g 2Sb s 3H 2S g

After equilibrium, the H2S formed was analysed by dissolving it in water and treating with excess of

2+ 0

Pb to give 1.19g of PbS as precipitate. The value of Kc at 440 C is: (Pb = 206)

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52. Consider the following set of reactions :

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X + H2O Y + H2

X + O2 B2O3 + H2O

Then calculate the total number of boron atoms in one molecule each of compounds X, Y and Z.

53. Observe the following reaction and mention the number which show slowest and rate determine

step.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

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54. How many alkene/s react faster than propene with dil.H2SO4?

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Ph

(a) (b)

Ph

CH3 O

(c) (d)

Ph

O

(e) (f)

(g) (h) Cl

55. The number of optically inactive stereoisomers possible for tartaric acid.

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This section contains ONE question

Question contains two columns, Column I and Column II

Column I has four entries (A),(B), (C) and (D)

Column II has four entries (P),(Q), (R) and (S)

Match the entries in Column I with the entries in Column II

One or more entries in Column I may match with one or more entries in Column II

The ORS contains a 4 4 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

For each entry in Column I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column Imatches with entries (P),(Q) and (R), then darken these three bubbles in the

ORS. Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column I

+2 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct match(es) is (are) darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

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57. Match the following :

Column I Column II

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(A) CO2 (P) gives a black precipitate with lead acetate solution

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