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

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019


(Held On Wednesday 09th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 2 : 30 PM To 05 : 30 PM
CHEMISTRY
1. lood reducing nature of H3PO2 ttributed to the 5. The major product of the following reaction is:
presence of: O OH
(1) One P-OH bond (2) One P-H bond CH3
(3) Two P-H bonds (4) Two P-OH bonds O
+ AlCl3,D
Ans. (3)
Sol. H3PO2 is good reducing agent due to presence OH
H 3C

of two P–H bonds. (1) O

2. The complex thai has highest cry splitting


energy (D), is : OH
(1) K3[Co(CN)6] CH3
(2) [Co(NH3)5(H2O)]Cl3

Ans.
Sol.
(3) K2[CoCl4]
(4) [Co(NH3)5Cl]Cl 2
(1)
EN
As complex K 3[Co(CN) 6 ] have CN – ligand
(2)
O

OH
which is strongfield ligand amongst the given CH3
ligands in other complexes.
3. The metal that forms nitride by reacting directly (3)
with N2 of air, is : O
LL
(1) K (2) Cs (3) Li (4) Rb
Ans. (3) OH
Sol. Only Li react directly with N 2 out of alkali HC3
metals
6Li + N2 ® 2Li3N
(4)
4. In which of the following processes, the bond
A

order has increased and paramagnetic character O


has changed to diamagnetic ? Ans. (4)
(1) N2 ® N2+ (2) NO ® NO+ Sol.
(3) O2 ® O2 2– (4) O2 ® O2+ OH
Ans. (2) CH3 OH
O O
CH3
Sol. O AlCl3 O–AlCl3
Change in
Bond Order OH
Pr ocess magnetic
Change O
nature
N 2 ® N2+ Dia ® para 3 ® 2.5
+ OH
NO ® NO Para ® Dia 2.5 ® 3 CH3
O 2 ® O 2-2 Para ® Dia 2 ®1
O2 ® O2+ Para ® Para 2 ® 2.5
O

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6. The transition element that has lowest enthalpy Compound 'X' is:
of atomisation, is :
NH2 OH
(1) Zn
(2) Cu CH3
(3) V (1)
(4) Fc
Ans. (2)
Sol. Since Zn is not a transition element so transition H3C CH3
element having lowest atomisation energy out N
of Cu, V, Fe is Cu. COCH3
(2)
7. Which of the following combination of
statements is true regarding the interpretation
of the atomic orbitals ?
(a) An electron in an orbital of high angular NH2
momentum stays away from the nucleus
than an electron in the orbital of lower CHO
(3)
angular momentum.
(b) For a given value of the principal quantum
number, the size of the orbit is inversely
EN H 3C CH3
proportional to the azimuthal quantum N
number.
(c) According to wave mechanics, the ground (4) CHO
h
state angular momentum is h equal to .
2p
(d) The plot of y Vs r for various azimuthal Ans. (2)
quantum numbers, shows peak shifting Sol. ® 2,4 – DNP test is given by aldehyde on
LL
towards higher r value. ketone
(1) (b), (c) (2) (a), (d) (3) (a), (b) (4) (a), (c) ® Iodoform test is given by compound having
Ans. (4) CH3 – C – group.
Sol. Refer Theory
O
8. The tests performed on compound X and their
inferences are: 9. The major product formed in the following
Test Inference reaction is:
A

(a) 2,4 - DNP test Coloured precipitate O CH2


(b) Iodoform test Yellow precipitate O
(c) Azo-dye test No dye formation dil.NaOH
H3C H+

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x y
OH Sol. r = K[A] [B]
O
Þ8=2 =2
3 x+y

(1) HC
3 Þ x + y = 3 ...(1)
Þ2=2
x

Þ x = 1, y = 2
O OH Order w.r.t. A = 1
Order w.r.t. B = 2
(2) H3 C
11. The correct sequence of amino acids present
in the tripeptide given below is :

OH O Me Me
H
O Me OH
H3 C N
(3) H2N N OH
C
O OH H
O
O OH (1) Leu - Ser - Thr (2) Thr - Ser- Leu
H (3) Thr - Ser - Val (4) Val - Ser - Thr
(4) H3C
Ans. (4)

Ans. (1)
EN
Sol. Aldehyde reacts at a faster rate than keton
Sol. Leusine CH–COOH
NH 2
during aldol and stericall less hindered anion
will be a better nucleophile so sefl aldol at NO– CH2– CH – COOH
Serine
O NH2
CH 3 – C – H will be the major product. H 3C–CH – CH–COOH
LL
Thrconine
10. For the reaction, 2A + B ® products, when the OH NH 2
concentrations of A and B both wrere doubled, 12. The correct statement regarding the given
the rate of the reaction increased from 0.3 mol Ellingham diagram is:
L–1s–1 to 2.4 mol L–l s–1. When the concentration
of A alone is doubled, the rate increased from
2 Cu 2O
0.3 mol L–1s–1 to0.6 mol L–1s–1 O2 ®
A

4 Cu+
Which one of the following statements is
correct ?
–300
(1) Order of the reaction with respect to Bis2
DG°(kJ/mol)

(2) Order of the reaction with respect to Ais2 2C


+ O®
nO 2
2CO
(3) Total order of the reaction is 4 –600 +O ®2Z
2Zn
2

(4) Order of the reaction with respect to B is 1


2 O3
Ans. (1) — Al 2
4 Al+ O 2® 3
–1050 —
3

500°C Temp.(°C) 2000°C

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(1) At 800°C, Cu can be used for the extraction 15. The increasing basicity order of the following
of Zn from ZnO compounds is :
(2) At 500 C, coke can be used for the extraction (A) CH 3CH2NH2
of Zn from ZnO CH2CH3
(3) Coke cannot be used for the extraction of (B)
CH3CH2NH
Cu from Ca2O.
CH3
(4) At 1400°C, Al can be used for the extraction (C)
of Zn from ZnO H3C–N–CH3
Ans. (4) CH3
(D)
Sol. According to the given diagram Al can reduce Ph–N–H
ZnO. (1) (D)<(C)<(A)<(B) (2) (A)<(B)<(D)<(C)
3ZnO+2Al®3Zn+Al2O3 (3) (A)<(B)<(C)< (D) (4) (D)<(C)<(B)<(A)
13. For the following reaction, the mass of water Ans. (1)
produced from 445 g of C 57H110O6 is : Sol.
2C57H110O6(s) + 163O2(g) ® 114CO2(g) + 110 H2OP(1)
CH3 CH3 CH2–CH3
(1) 495 g (2) 490 g (3) 890 g (4) 445 g
Ph – N – H < CH3 – N – CH3 < CH3–CH2–NH < CH3–CH2 –NH2
Ans. (1)

Sol. moles of C57H110O6(s) =


445
890
= 0.5 moles
EN
2C57H110O6(s) + 163 O2(g) ® 114 CO2(g) + 110 H2O(l)
lone pair
delocalized
more steric
hinderence
less solutions
energy

16. For coagulation of arscnious sulphide sol,


110 55
n H2 O = = which one of the following salt solution will be
4 2
most effective ?
LL
55 (1) AlCl3 (2) NaCl
m H2 O = ´ 18 (3) BaCl2 (4) Na3PO4
2
Ans. (1)
= 495gm
Sol. Sulphide is –ve charged colloid so cation with
14. The correct match between Item I and Item II
maximum charge will be most effective for
is :
coagulation.
Item I Item II
Al3+ > Ba2+ > Na+ coagulating power.
A

(A) Benzaldehyde (P) Mobile phase


17. At 100°C, copper (Cu) has FCC unit cell
(B) Alumina (Q) Adsorbent
structure with cell edge length of x Å. What is
(C) Acetonitrile (R) Adsorbate
the approximate density of Cu (in g cm–3) at this
(1) (A) ® (Q);(B) ® (R);(C) ® (P)
temperature ?
(2) (A) ® (P); (B) ® (R); (C) ® (Q)
[Atomic Mass of Cu = 63.55u]
(3) (A) ® (Q); (B) ® (P); (C) ® (R)
(4) (A) ® (R); (B) ® (Q); (C) ® (P) 105 211 205 422
(1) 3 (2) 3 (3) 3 (4)
Ans. (4) x x x x3
Sol. Ans. (4)

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Sol. FCC unit cell Z = 4 19. Which of the following conditions in drinking
water causes methemoglobinemia ?
63.5 ´ 4
d= g/cm3 (1) > 50ppm of load
6 ´ 1023 ´ x 3 ´ 10-24
(2) > 100 ppm of sulphate
63.5 ´ 4 ´ 10 (3) > 50 ppm of chloride
d= g/cm3 (4) > 50 ppm of nitrate
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Ans. (4)
423.33 æ 422 ö Sol. Concentration of nitrate >50 ppm in drinking
d= ;ç 3 ÷
x3 è x ø water causes methemoglobinemia
18. The major product obtained in the following 20. Homoleptic octahedral complexes of a metal
reaction is : ion 'M3+' with three monodentate ligands and
L 1, L2, L3 absorb wavelengths in the region of
OH green, blue and red respectively. The increasing
(CH 3CO)2O/pyridine(1eqv.)
order of the ligand strength is :
room temp (1) L2 < L1 < L3 (2) L3 < L2 < L1
NH2
(3) L3 < L1 <L2 (4) L1 < L2 < L3
Ans. (3)
COCH3 Sol. Order of labs - L3>L1>L2
OH
EN 1
So DO order will be L2 > L1 > L3 (as D O µ l )
(1) abs
NH2 So order of ligand strength will be L 2>L1>L3
21. The product formed in the reaction of cumene with
O2 followed by treatment with dil. HCl are :
OCOCH3
OH
OH
(2)
NH2 (1)
and
LL
H3C CH3
O CH3
OH
(2)
(3) and CH3 – OH
NHCOCH3
OH
O
A

(3)
and
H3 C CH3
(4)
NHCOCH3 O
(4) and
Ans. (3) H3 C CH3
OH Ans. (3)

Sol. CH3 – C – O – C – CH3


NH 2 O O

OH

NH–C–CH 3
O
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Sol. Cummene hydroperoxide reaction 24. The pH of rain water, is approximately :
(1) 6.5 (2) 7.5 (3) 5.6 (4) 7.0
O – OH Ans. (3)
O2
Sol. pH of rain water is approximate 5.6
25. If the standard electrode potential for a cell is
HCl 2 V at 300 K, the equilibrium constant (K) for
the reaction
OH
ˆˆ† Zn2+(aq) + Cu(s)
Zn(s) + Cu2+(aq) ‡ˆˆ
+ CH3–C–CH3 at 300 K is approximately.
(R = 8 JK–1 mol–1 , F = 96000 C mol–1)
O
(1) e160 (2) e320
22. The temporary hardness of water is due to :-
(3) e–160 (4) e–80
(1) Ca(HCO3)2 (2) NaCl
Ans. (1)
(3) Na2SO4 (4) CaCl2
Sol. DG° = – RT lnk = – nFE°cell
Ans. (1)
Sol. Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 is reponsible for temporary n ´ F ´ Eo 2 ´ 96000 ´ 2
lnk = =
hardness of water R ´T 8 ´ 300
23. The entropy change associated with the lnk = 160
conversion of 1 kg of ice at 273 K to water EN k = e160
vapours at 383 K is : 26. A solution containing 62 g ethylene glycol in
(Specific heat of water liquid and water vapour are 250 g water is cooled to –10°C. If Kf for water
4.2 kJ K–1 kg–1 and 2.0 kJ K–1 kg–1 ; heat of liquid is 1.86 K kg mol–1, the amount of water (in g)
fusion and vapourisation of water are separated as ice is :
344 kJ kg–1 and 2491 kJ kg –1, respectively). (1) 32 (2) 48 (3) 16 (4) 64
(log 273 = 2.436, log 373 = 2.572, log 383 = 2.583) Ans. (4)
(1) 7.90 kJ kg–1 K–1 (2) 2.64 kJ kg–1 K–1 Sol. DTf = Kf . m
LL
(3) 8.49 kJ kg–1 K–1 (4) 4.26 kJ kg–1 K–1 62 / 62
Ans. (4) 10 = 1.86 × Wkg
Sol. H2O(s) H2O(l) H2O(l) W = 0.186 kg
DS1 DS2
273K 273K 373K DW = (250 – 186) = 64 gm
DS3 27. When the first electron gain enthalpy (DegH) of
oxygen is –141 kJ/mol, its second electron gain
A

H2O(g) H2O(g) enthalpy is :


DS4 (1) almost the same as that of the first
373K 383K
(2) negative , but less negative than the first
DH fusion 334 (3) a positive value
DS1 = = = 1.22
273 273 (4) a more negative value than the first
æ 363 ö Ans. (3)
DS2 = 4.2 lN ç ÷ = 1.31 Sol. Second electron gain enthalpy is always
è 273 ø
DH vap positive for every element.
2491
DS3 = = = 6.67 O–(g)+ e– ®O¯2(g) ; DH = positive
373 373

æ 383 ö
DS4 = 2.0 ln ç ÷ = 0.05
è 373 ø
DStotal = 9.26 kJ kg–1 K–1

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28. The major product of the following reaction is :
O Sol.
Å
C Do not have (4n + 2) p electron It has 4n p
NH2 (i) Br 2/hn
electrons
CH2–CH3 (ii) KOH (dil)
So it is Anti aromatic.
NH NH 30. Consider the following reversible chemical
(1) (2) reactions :
CH3
ˆˆˆ †
K
O A2(g) + Br2(g) ‡ˆˆ
1
ˆ 2AB(g) .....(1)
O
ˆˆˆ †
K2
NH NH 6AB(g) ‡ˆˆ ˆ 3A2(g) + 3B2(g) .....(2)
(3) (4)
The relation between K1 and K2 is :
CH3 (1) K2 = K13 (2) K2 = K1–3
Ans. (3) 1
O (3) K1K2 = 3 (4) K1K2 =
O 3
C
NH2
Ans. (2)
Sol. (i) Br2/hn
NH k
(ii) KOH (dil)
CH2–CH3 ˆˆˆ

Sol. A2(g) + B2(g) ‡ˆˆˆ 2AB ...(1)
CH3
EN Þ eq. (1) × 3
O O
C – NH2 C – NH
ˆˆ† 3A2(g) + 3B2(g)
6 AB(g) ‡ˆˆ
KOH 3
æ 1ö
CH–CH 3 CH–CH3 Þ ç ÷ = k 2 Þ k2 = (k1)–3
Br Br
è k1 ø
29. Which of the following compounds is not
aromatic ?
LL
(1) (2) (3) (4) N
1 N Å H
Ans. (3)
A

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