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JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019 (Held On Wednesday 09 th JANUARY, 2019) TIME :
TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019
(Held On Wednesday 09 th JANUARY, 2019)
TIME : 9 : 30 AM To 12 : 30 PM
CHEMISTRY
96
Which one of the following statements
regarding Henry's law not correct ?
(1) The value of K H increases with function of
the nature of the gas
;6 Two complexes [Cr(H 2 O 6 )Cl 3 ] (A) and
[Cr(NH 3 ) 6 ]Cl 3 (B) are violet and yellow
coloured, respectively. The incorrect statement
regarding them is :
(2) Higher the value of K H at a given pressure,
higher is the solubility of the gas in the
liquids.
(3) The partial of the gas in vapour phase is
proportional to the mole fraction of the gas
in the solution.
(1) D 0 value of (A) is less than that of (B).
(2) D 0 value of (A) and (B) are calculated from
the energies of violet and yellow light,
respectively
(3) Bothe absorb energies corresponding to
their complementary colors.
(4) Bothe are paramagnetic with three unpaired
electrons.
(4) Different gases have different K H (Henry's
Iv{6 0:1
[wt6 D 0 order will be compared by spectro chemical
law
constant)
values
at
the same
temperature.
Iv{6 0:1
<6
[wt6
Liquid solution
series not by energies of violet & yellow light
so D 0 order is
[Cr(H 2 O) 6 ]Cl 3 < [Cr(NH 3 ) 6 ]Cl 3
Adsorption of a gas follows Freundlich
adsorption isotherm. In the given plot, x is the
mass of the gas adsorbed on mass m of the
P gas =
K H × X gas
x
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More is K H less is solubility, lesser solubility is
at higher temperature. So more is temperature
more is K H .
The correct decreasing order for acid strength
is :-
(1) NO 2 CH 2 COOH > NCCH 2 COOH >
FCH 2 COOH > CICH 2 COOH
(2) FCH 2 COOH > NCCH 2 COOH >
NO 2 CHCOOH > CICH 2 COOH
(3) NO 2 CH 2 COOH > FCH 2 COOH >
CNCH 2 COOH > CICH 2 COOH
adsorbent at pressure p.
is proportional to
m
2 unit
x
Log
4 unit
m
Log P
1
1
(1)
(2) P 2
(3) P
(4)
P
P 4
2
Iv{6 0<1
x
1/ n
[wt6
=
K
´
P
(4)
CNCH 2 COOH > O 2 NCH 2 COOH >
FCH 2 COOH > CICH 2 COOH
m
x
1
log
=
logK
+
logP
m
n
Iv{6 091
121
[wt6
EWG increasea acidic strength
m
===
Þ n= 2
n42
NO 2 CH 2 COOH > NCCH 2 COOH >
FCH 2 COOH > CICH 2 COOH
x
1/ 2
So,
=
K
´
P
m
1

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JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019 ?6 The major product the following reaction is : =6 Correct statements
?6 The major product the following reaction is : =6 Correct statements among a to d
?6
The major product the following reaction is :
=6
Correct statements among a to d regarding
silicones are :
(i)
Br 2
(a)
They are polymers with hydrophobic
(ii) EtOH
OEt
OEt
character
OEt
(b)
They are biocompatible.
(1)
(2)
(c)
In general, they have high thermal stability
and low dielectric strenth.
Br
OEt
(d)
Usually, they are resistant to oxidation and
OEt
Br
used as greases.
(3)
(4)
(1) (a), (b) and (c) only
Iv{6 0<1
(2) (a), and (b) only
[wt6
Br
OEt
(3) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
Å
Br
Br 2
EtOH
(4) (a), (b) and (d) only
–H Å
Iv{6 0;1
@6
The alkaline earth metal nitrate that does not
crystallise with water molecules, is :
[wt6
These are properties and uses of silicones.
(1) Sr(NO 3 ) 2
(2) Mg(NO 3 ) 2
(3) Ca(NO 3 ) 2
(4) Ba(NO 3 ) 2
>6
For emission line of atomic hydrogen from
Iv{6 0<1
=
8
to
n f = the plot of wave number
n i
[wt6
Smaller in size of center atoms more water
molecules will crystallize hence Ba(NO 3 ) 2 is
æ
1
ö
(v) against
will
be
(The Ry
dberg
answer due to its largest size of '+ve' ion.
2
è ç n
ø ÷
A6
Major product of the following reaction is :
constant, R H is in wave number unit).
Cl
Cl
NH 2
(1) Linear with slope - R H
(1) Et N
+
HN
3
2
(2) Linear with intercept - R H
O
O
(2) Free radical
polymerisation
(3) Non linear
Cl
(4) Linear with sslope R H
O
n
Iv{6 0<1
(1)
NH 2
N
O
H
1
æ
11
ö
2
O
Cl
==
v
Rz
-
[wt6
ç
÷
H
2
2
l
hh
è
ø
1
2
n
(2)
HN
æ
ö
NH
1
1
2
v
R
-
ç
÷
H
2
2
O
h
8
è
ø
1
Cl
O
n
1
R
O
H
v
=
R
´-
(3)
H
2
2
HN
h
8
NH
2
Cl
1
R
n
H
v
=
R
´-
H
2
h
64
(4)
N
NH 2
O
H
m = R H
Iv{6 0<1
Linear with slope R H
2

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[wt6 9:6 0.5 moles of gas A and x moles of gas B exert a pressure
[wt6
9:6
0.5 moles of gas A and x moles of gas B exert
a pressure of 200 Pa in a a container of volume
Cl
Cl
NH 2
10 m 3 at 1000 K. given R is the gas constant
Cl
NH 2
NH
+
HN
(b)
Et N
in JK –1 mol –1 m, x is :
2
3
O
O
(a)
O
O
2R
2R
4–R
4
+
R
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
NH 2 (a) will wact as nucleophile as (b) is having
4 +12
4–R
2R
2R
delocalised lonepair.
Iv{6 0;1
[wt6
n
= (0.5 + x)
Cl
T
Cl
NH 2
n
PV = n × R × T
NH
Free Radical
¾¾¾¾¾®
O
Polymerisation
N
200 × 10 = (0.5 + x) × R × 1000
NH 2
O
O
H
2 = (0.5 + x) R
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The highest value of the calculated spin only
2
1
=
+ x
magnetic moment (in BM) among all the
R
2
transition metal complexs is :
4
-
1
=
2x
(1) 5.92
(2) 3.87
(3) 6.93
(4) 4.90
R
Iv{6 091
4
-
R
= x
2R
[wt6
m=
n(n + 2) B.M.
9;6 Consider the reversible isothermal expansion
of an ideal gas in a closed system at two
n = Number of unpaired electrons
different temperatures T 1 and T 2 (T 1 < T 2 ). The
n = Maximum number of unpaired electron =
correct graphical depiction of the dependence
of work done (w) on the final volume (V) is:
5
|W|
T 2
Ex : Mn 2+ complex.
T
1
996
20
mL of 0.1 MH 2 SO 4 solution is added to 30
mL of 0.2 M NH 4 OH solution. The pH of the
(1)
resulatant mixture is : [pk b of NH 4 OH = 4.7].
O
(1) 9.4
(2) 5.0
(3) 9.0
(4) 5.2
In V
Iv{6 0;1
|W|
T
2
[wt6
20 ml 0.1 M H 2 SO 4
Þ
h
= 4
T
+
1
H
(2)
30
ml 0.2 M NH 4 OH
Þ
h
= 6
NH OH
4
O
In V
NH 4 OH
+
H + ˆˆ† NH 4 Å
+
H 2 O
‡ˆˆ
|W|
T
2
Þ
6
4
0
0
T 1
Þ
2
0
4
4
Solution is basic buffer
(3)
O
+
NH
In V
4
pOH = pK b + log
NH OH
|W|
T
4
2
= 4.7 + log 2
T 1
= 4.7 + 0.3 = 5
(4)
pH = 14 – 5 = 9
O
In V
Iv{6 0:1
3
JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019 9?6 A water sample has ppm level concentration of V 2 -
JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019
9?6
A water sample has ppm level concentration of
V
2
- nRT ln
the following metals: Fe= 0.2; Mn = 5.0; Cu = 3.0;
[wt6
w =
V
1
Zn = 5.0. The metal that makes the water sample
unsuitable drinking is :
V
b
- nRT ln
(1) Zn
(2) Fe
(3) Mn
(4) Cu
w =
V
i
Iv{6 0;1
[wt6
(i) Zn = 0.2
(ii) Fe = 0.2
V
b
| w |
=
nRT ln
(iii) Mn = 5.0
(iv) Cu = 3.0
V
i
9@6
The increasing order of pKa of the following
amino acids in aqueous solution is :
| w | =
nRT (lnV - lnV )
b
i
Gly Asp Lys Arg
| w | = nRT
lnV
- nRT lnV
(1) Asp < Gly < Arg < Lys
b
i
Y = m x – C
(2) Arg < Lys < Gly < Asp
(3) Gly < Asp < Arg < Lys
So, slope of curve 2 is more than curve 1
(4) Asp < Gly < Lys < Arg
and intercept of curve 2 is more negative then
Iv{6 0<1
curve 1.
[wt6
Order of acidic strength :
9<6
The major product of following reaction is :
(1)AlH(i–Bu
)
HOOC–CH –CH–COOH
>
NH –CH –COOH
>
R–C º N ¾¾¾¾¾¾® ?
2
2
2
2
(2)H O
2
(1) RCHO
(2) RCOOH
NH 2
Aspartic acid
Glycine
(3) RCH 2 NH 2
(4) RCONH 2
Iv{6 091
NH
O
AlH(i-Bu )
H
O
[wt6 R–CºN ¾¾¾¾¾® R–CH=N– ¾¾¾® R–CH=O
2
2
2
2
2
9=6 In general, the properties that decrease and
H N–C–NH–CH 2 CH CH –CH–C–OH
NH 2
increase down a group in the periodic table,
Arginine
respectively, are :
(1) electronegativity and electron gain enthalpy.
So, pK a
(2) electronegativity and atomic radius.
Asp < Gly < Arg < Lys
(3) atomic radius and electronegativity.
9A6
According to molecular orbital theory, which
(4) electron gain enthalpy and electronegativity.
of the following is true with respect to
+ and
Iv{6 0:1
Li
2
[wt6 Electronegativity decreases as we go down the
-
Li
?
2
group and atomic radius increases as we go
(1) Both are unstable
down the group.
+
-
9>6
A solution of sodium sulfate contains 92 g of
(2)
Li
is unstable and
Li
is stable
2
2
Na + ions per kilogram of water. The molality
(3)
Li
+ is stable and
Li
- is unstable
of Na + ions in that solution in mol kg –1 is:
2
2
(1) 16
(2) 8
(3) 4
(4) 12
(4) Both are stabel
Iv{6 0<1
Iv{6 0<1
92
[wt6
Both
Li + and
Li
has 0.5 bond order and hence
[wt6
n
=
=
4
2
2
+
Na
23
both are stable.
So molality = 4
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JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019

1 × 10 ´ = 10 6.93 K - 2 x 1 = = ö æ
1
× 10
´
=
10
6.93
K
- 2
x
1
=
=
ö
æ
x
2
1
(1) 10
of A is :
0.20
(III)
0.10
(II)
0.10
(I)
cIe(
0qv(uwt(T 59 1(
M€xmzumv|(
:86
0.693
Br
t
Br
0.693
(2) 5
= K × (0.1)
= K × (0.1)
= K × 0.1 × (0.2)
2A + B ® Products
So r = K × (0.1) × (0.2)
kinetic studies of the reaction :
The major product of the following reaction is:
The following results were obtained during
The time (in minutes) required to consume half
and 1.386 × 10
So y = 0
:96
× 10
6.93
–3
6.93 × 10
[wt6
Iv{6 0:1
–3
1/2
–3
6.93
è ç
ø ÷
2
10
0.25
6.93
0.20
Qvq|qit(Zi|m(wn(zmik|qwv(
0qv(uwt(T ž9 (uqv ž9 1(
cJe(
0qv(uwt(T 59 1(
× 10 –3
4
2
(3) H SO / D
+
3
(2) CrO /H
(1) KOH (aqueous)
= 5
6.93
=
´
´
10
2
0.693
- 1
2
O
Br
(4)
O
O
Br
y
HO
=
=
2K
(1)
Iv{6 0:1
OH
(3)
O
y
(0.30)
x
= K × (0.2)
–2
(2)
(0.25)
x
y
(0.2)
x
(4) 1
(3) 100
0
0
× 10 –2
1.386
0.30
× 10 –3
Order of basic strength : order of basicity: (2) III > II > I (1) I
Order of basic strength :
order of basicity:
(2) III > II > I
(1) I > II > III
(4) III > I > II
(3) I > III > II
(4) CH(CN) 3
Br
Å
3
H
delocalised
(3) CHBr 3
(2) CHCI 3
position :
CH(CN) 3
Iv{6 0<1
Iv{6 0<1
Iv{6 0:1
(1) CHI 3
(2) 15.2
Br
(1) 22.8
g mol -1 )
lp of N
(3) 7.6
acid ?
sp N
sp N
KOH
(III)
[wt6
[wt6
CrO
::6
(II)
OH
(I)
H Å
Br
Br
Br
N
N
N
N
N
N
H
H
H
H
>
>
2
3
Order of basic strength : order of basicity: (2) III > II > I (1) I
1 × 10 ´ = 10 6.93 K - 2 x 1 = = ö æ

During AES Br is o/p directing and major

product will be formed on less hindrance p

Arrange the following amines in the decreasing

:;6 Which amongst the following is the strongest

[wt6 CN makes anino most stable so answer is

:<6 The anodic half-cell of lead-acid battery is

recharged unsing electricity of 0.05 Faraday.

The amount of PbSO 4 electrolyzed in g during

the process in : (Molar mass of PbSO 4 = 303

(4) 11.4

JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019 Me [wt6 (A) PbSO 4 (s) + 2OH – ¾® PbO 2
JEE (Main) Examination–2019/Morning Session/09-01-2019
Me
[wt6
(A) PbSO 4 (s) + 2OH – ¾® PbO 2 + H 2 SO 4 + 2e –
[wt6
Cl
(A) Chloroxylenol
FeCl
3
0.05/2 mole
0.05F
test
HO
Me
(C) PbSO 4 + 2e – + 2H + ¾® Pb(s) + H 2 SO 4
0.05/2 mole 0.05 F
OH
n
(PbSO ) = 0.05 mole
CºCH
T
4
(B)
Norethindrone
Bayer's
m
= 0.05´303 = 15.2 gm
test
PbSO
O
4
:=6
The one that is extensively used as a
piezoelectric material is :
(1) Quartz
SO 2
(C)
Sulphapyridine
Carbylamine
NH
N
(2) Amorphous silica
H N
test
2
(3) Mica
(4) Tridymite
Iv{6 091
NH
S
Sodium hydrogen
[wt6
Quartz (Information)
(D)
Penicllin
N
O
carbonate test
:>6 Aluminium is usually found in +3 oxidation
COOH
stagte. In contarast, thallium exists in +1 and
+3 oxidation states. This is due to :
(1) lanthanoid contraction
:@6
The ore that contains both iron and copper is:
(2) lattice effect
(3) diagonal relationship
(1) malachite
(4) inert pair effect
(2) dolomite
Iv{6 0<1
[wt6 Inert pair effect is promenent character of p-
(3) azurite
block element.
(4) copper pyrites
:?6 The correct match between Item -I and Item-
II is :
Iv{6 0<1
[wt6
Copper pyrites : CuFeS 2
Q|mu(ž(Q(
Q|mu(ž(QQ(
Malachite
: Cu(OH) 2 . CuCO 3
0lz}o1(
0|m{|1(
Azurite
Cu(OH) 2 . 2CuCO 3
0I1(
Chloroxylenol
0X1(
Carbylamine
Test
Sodium Hydrogen
carbonateTest
Ferric chloride test
Dolomite
CaCO 3 . MgCO 3
0J1(
Norethindrone
0Y1(
0K1(
Sulphapyridine
0Z1(
0L1(
Penicillin
0[1(
Bayer’s test
(1) A®Q ;
B®P ; C®S ; D®R
(2) A®R ;
B®P ; C®S ; D®Q
(3) A®R ;
B®S ; C®P ; D®Q
(4) A®Q ;
B®S ; C®P ; D®R
Iv{6 0;1
6

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:A6

The compounds A and B in the following

;86

The isotopes of hydrogen are :

reaction are, respectively:

 

(1) Tritium and protium only

 

(2) Deuterium and tritium only

 
HCHO+HCI AgCN A A (3) Protium and deuterum only

HCHO+HCI

AgCN

A
A

A

(3) Protium and deuterum only

 

(4) Protium, deuterium and tritium

(1) A = Benzyl alcohol, B = Benzyl isocyanide

Iv{6 0<1

(2) A = Benzyl alcohol, B = Benzyl cyanide

[wt6

Isotopes of hydrogen is :

(3) A = Benzyl chloride, B = Benzyl cyanide

Proteium Deuterium Tritium

(4) A = Benzyl chloride, B = Benzyl isocyanide

 

Iv{6 0<1

 

CH –Cl

2

 

CH –N==C

2

[wt6

HCHO

AgCN

 
HCI (covalent) 7

HCI

(covalent)

 

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