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JEE ( Main ) Examination–2019/Morning Session/10-01-2019

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019


(Held On Thursday 10th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 9 : 30 AM To 12 : 30 PM
CHEMISTRY
1. Two pi and half sigma bonds are present in:
Sol. Adipic acid CO2H–(CH2)4–CO2H ¾¾¾¾¾ ®
dehydrating
agent
(1) N2+ (2) N2 (3) O2+ (4) O2
7 membered cyclic anhydride (Very unstable)
Ans. (1) 4. Which premitive unit cell has unequal edge
Sol. lenghs (a ¹ b ¹ c) and all axial angles differetn
from 90° ?
é 1ù
N2Å Þ BO = 2.5 Þ ê p - Bond = 2 & s - Bond = ú
ë 2û (1) Tetragonal (2) Hexagonal
N2 Þ B.O. = 3.0 Þ [p-Bond = 2 & s-Bond = 1] (3) Monoclinic (4) Triclinic
O2Å = B.O. Þ 2.5 Þ [p-Bond = 1.5 & s-Bond = 1] Ans. (4)
O2 Þ B.O. Þ 2 Þ [p-Bond Þ 1 & s-Bond = 1] Sol. In Triclinic unit cell
2. The chemical nature of hydrogen preoxide is :- a ¹ b ¹ c & a ¹ b ¹ g ¹ 90°
(1) Oxidising and reducing agent in acidic 5. Wilkinson catalyst is :

and basic medium


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medium, but not in basic medium.
(2) Oxidising and reducing agent in both acidic

(3) Reducing agent in basic medium, but not


in acidic medium
(1) [(Ph3P)3RhCl]
(2) [Et3P)3IrCl]
(3) [Et3P)3RhCl]
(4) [Ph3P)3IrCl]
(Et = C2H5)

(4) Oxidising agent in acidic medium, but not Ans. (1)


in basic medium. Sol. Wilkinsion catalyst is [(ph3P)3RhCl]
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Ans. (2) 6. The total number of isotopes of hydrogen and
Sol. H2O2 act as oxidising agent and reducing agent number of radioactive isotopes among them,
in acidic medium as well as basic medium. respectively, are :
H2O2 Act as oxidant :- (1) 2 and 0 (2) 3 and 2
H2O2 + 2HÅ + 2e1 ® 2H2O (In acidic medium) (3) 3 and 1 (4) 2 and 1
H2O + 2e1 ® 2OH1 (In basic medium) Ans. (3)
H2O2 Act as reductant :-
A

Sol. Total number of isotopes of hydrogen is 3


H2O2 ® 2H+ + O2 + 2e1 (In acidic medium)
H2O2 + 2OH1 ® 2H2O + O2 + 2e1 (In basic medium) Þ 1
1 H, 12 H or 12 D, 13 H or 13 T
3. Which dicarboxylic acid in presence of a and only 13 H or 13 T is an Radioactive element.
dehydrating agent is least reactive to give an
anhydride : 7. The major product of the following reaction is

O Br
KOH alc (excess)
C OH D
COOH CH2 Ph
(1) (2) CH2
Br
OH
COOH C
O
(1) (2)
CH2 Ph Ph
COOH CH2 OH
(3) (4) CH OH
COOH 2 (3) (4)
CH2 Ph Ph
Ans. (4) Ans. (3)
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Sol. Example of E 2 elimination and conjugated Sol. N2(g) + O2(g) ƒ 2NO(g)
diene is formed with phenyl ring in conjugation
which makes it very stable. kp Dn g
= (RT) = (RT)0 = 1
8. The total number of isomers for a square planar kc
complex [M(F)(Cl)(SCN)(NO2)] is :
N2O4(g) ƒ 2NO2(g)
(1) 12 (2) 8 (3) 16 (4) 4
Ans. (1) kp
= (RT)1 = 24.62
Sol. The total number of isomers for a square planar kc
complex [M(F)(Cl)(SCN)(NO2)] is 12.
F SCN F NCS N2(g) + 3H2(g) ƒ 2NH3(g)
M M
Cl NO2/SCN/Cl Cl NO2/NCS/Cl kp 1
= (RT) –2 = = 1.65 ´ 10 -3
(3) (3) kc (RT) 2
F SCN F NCS
M M 11. If dichloromethane (DCM) and water (H2O) are
Cl ONO/SCN/Cl Cl ONO/NCS/Cl used for differential extraction, which one of
(3) (3) the following statements is correct ?
9. Hall-Heroult's process is given by " (1) DCM and H2O would stay as lower and
(1) Cr2O3 + 2Al ® Al2O3 + 2Cr

(3) ZnO + C ¾¾¾¾


Coke,1673K
¾® Zn + CO
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(2) Cu 2+ (aq.) + H2(g) ® Cu(s) + 2H+ (aq)
upper layer respectively in the S.F.
(2) DCM and H2O will be miscible clearly
(3) DCM and H2O would stay as upper and
lower layer respectively in the separating
(4) 2Al2O3 + 3C ® 4Al + 3CO2 funnel (S.F.)
Ans. (4) (4) DCM and H2O will make trubid/colloidal
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Sol. In Hall-Heroult's process is given by mixture
2Al2O3 + 3C ¾® 4Al + 3CO2
Ans. (1)
2Al2O3(l) ƒ 4Al3+(l) + 6O21(l)
12. The type of hybridisation and number of lone
At cathode :- 4Al3(l+) + 12e1 ® 4Al(l)
pair(s) of electrons of Xe in XeOF 4 ,
At Anode : 6O2(l1) ® 3O2(g) + 12e1 respectively, are :
3C + 3O2 ® 3CO 2 (­) (1) sp3d and 1
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10. The value of Kp/KC for the following reactions


(2) sp3d and 2
at 300K are, respectively :
(At 300K, RT = 24.62 dm3atm mol–1) (3) sp3d2 and 1
ˆˆ† 2NO(g)
N2(g) + O2(g) ‡ˆˆ (4) sp3d2 and 2
ˆˆ† 2NO2(g)
N2O4(g) ‡ˆˆ Ans. (3)
ˆˆ† 2NH3(g)
N2(g) + 3H2(g) ‡ˆˆ O
F F
(1) 1, 24.62 dm3atm mol–1 , Sol. Xe sp3d2 Þ [5s-bond +1 l.p.]
F F
606.0 dm6atm2mol–2
(2) 1, 4.1 × 10–2 dm–3atm–1 mol–1, 13. The metal used for making X-ray tube window
606.0 dm6 atm2 mol–2 is :
(3) 606.0 dm6atm2mol–2, (1) Mg (2) Na (3) Ca (4) Be
1.65 × 10–3 dm3atm–2 mol–1
Ans. (4)
(4) 1, 24.62 dm3atm mol–1,
Sol. "Be" Metal is used in x-ray window is due to
1.65 × 10–3 dm–6atm–2 mol2
transparent to x-rays.
Ans. (4)

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14. Consider the given plots for a reaction obeying 17. Liquids A and B form an ideal solution in the
Arrhenius equation (0°C < T < 300°C) : (k and entire composition range. At 350 K, the vapor
E a are rate constant and activation energy, pressures of pure A and pure B are 7 × 103 Pa
respectively) and 12 × 103 Pa, respectively. The composition
of the vapor in equilibrium with a solution
containing 40 mole percent of A at this
k k temperature is :

(1) xA = 0.37; x B = 0.63


Ea T(°C)
I II (2) xA = 0.28; x B = 0.72
Choose the correct option :
(3) xA = 0.76; x B = 0.24
(1) Both I and II are wrong
(2) I is wrong but II is right (4) xA = 0.4; x B = 0.6
(3) Both I and II are correct Ans. (2)
(4) I is right but II is wrong
Ans. (4) PA Po x
Sol. yA = = o A Ao
Sol. On increasing Ea, K decreases PTotal PA x A ´ p B x B

statement regarding them, is :


(1) A is more polluted than B
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15. Water filled in two glasses A and B have BOD
values of 10 and 20, respectively. The correct
=
7 ´ 103 ´ 0.4
7 ´ 10 ´ 0.4 + 12 ´ 103 ´ 0.6
3

(2) A is suitable for drinking, whereas B is not


(3) B is more polluted than A 2.8
(4) Both A and B are suitable for drinking = = 0.28
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Ans. (3)
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Sol. Two glasses "A" and "B" have BOD values 10 yB = 0.72
and "20", respectively.
18. Consider the following reduction processes :
Hence glasses "B" is more polluted than glasses "A".
16. The increasing order of the pKa values of the Zn2+ + 2e– ® Zn(s); E° = – 0.76 V
following compounds is :
Ca2+ + 2e– ® Ca(s); E° = – 2.87 V
OH OH OH OH
A

Mg2+ + 2e– ® Mg(s); E° = – 2.36 V

NO2 Ni2+ + 2e– ® Ni(s); E° = – 0.25 V


NO2 OMe
The reducing power of the metals increases in
A B C D the order :
(1) D < A < C < B (2) B < C < D < A
(3) C < B < A < D (4) B < C < A < D (1) Ca < Zn < Mg < Ni

Ans. (4) (2) Ni < Zn < Mg < Ca


Sol. Acidic strength is inversely proportional to pka. (3) Zn < Mg < Ni < Ca
OH OH OH OH
(4) Ca < Mg < Zn < Ni
> > > Ans. (2)
NO2
Sol. Higher the oxidation potential better will be
OMe NO2 reducing power.

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19. The major product of the following reaction is: 21. The decreasing order of ease of alkaline
hydrolysis for the following esters is :
CH3O
CH2Cl ¾¾¾¾¾¾
(i) AlCl3 (anhyd.)
®
(ii) H O2 COOC2H5
I
CH3O
(1) Cl COOC2H5
CH3
CH3O II

(2)
O 2N COOC2H5

III
CH3O
(3) CH3O COOC2H5

IV
CH 3O

(4)

Ans. (2)
CH3 EN (1) IV > II > III > I
(2) III > II > I > IV
(3) III > II > IV > I
CH3O (4) II > III > I > IV
CH2Cl
Sol. ¾¾¾¾¾¾
®
(i)AlCl3 (H2 O)
Ans. (2)
Sol. More is the electrophilic character of carbonyl
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CH3O +
CH2 group of ester faster is the alkaline hydrolysis.
22. A process has DH = 200 Jmol–1 and

CH3O DS = 40 JK–1mol–1. Out of the values given


- + CH2 below, choose the minimum temperature above
¾¾¾¾¾
1,2shift of H
®
which the process will be spontaneous :
A

(1) 5 K
¾¾¾¾¾
int ra F.C.A.
® (2) 4 K
20. The electronegativity of aluminium is similar (3) 20 K
to : (4) 12 K
(1) Boron (2) Carbon
Ans. (1)
(3) Lithium (4) Beryllium
Ans. (4) Sol. DG = DH – TDS
Sol. E.N. of Al = (1.5) » Be (1.5) DH 200
T= = = 5K
DS 40

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23. Which of the graphs shown below does not Sol. Then is no catalyst is required for combustion
represent the relationship between incident light of coal.
and the electron ejected form metal surface ?
25. The effect of lanthanoid contraction in the
(1)
number lanthanoid series of elements by and large
of e–s means :

(1) decrease in both atomic and ionic radii

0 (2) increase in atomic radii and decrease in


Frequency of
light ionic radii

(2) (3) increase in both atomic and ionic radii


K.E. of
e– s (4) decrease in atomic radii and increase in
ionic radii

Ans. (1)
0
Intensity of
light Sol. Due to Lanthanoid contraction both atomic

(3)
K.E. of
e– s
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radii and ionic radii decreases gradually in the
lanthanoid series.

The major product formed in the reaction given


below will be :

0
Frequency of NH2
light ¾¾¾¾¾
NaNO 2
Aq.HCl,0 -5° C
®
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(4)
K.E. of
e– s NO2
(1)

0
energy of OH
A

light (2)
Ans. (3)
1
Sol. E = W + mv2
2 NH2
(3)
K.E. = hn – 4n0
K.E. = hn + (–hn0)
y = mx + C
24. Which of the following is not and example of (4)
NO2
heterogeneous catalytic reaction ?
(1) Ostwald's process
Ans. (Bonus)
(2) Haber's process
(3) Combustion of coal OH
(4) Hydrogenation of vegetable oils Sol. Answer should be
Ans. (3)

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27. The correct structure of product 'P' in the O
following reaction is :
NH 2
Asn-Ser + (CH 3CO)2 O ¾¾¾
NEt 3
® P O O
H
(excess) N
H3 C N OH
O O
O NH2 OCOCH 3
H O
N N 28. Which hydrogen in compound (E) is easily
(1) H 3C OH
H O replaceable during bromination reaction in
OCOCH3 presence of light :
O C H3 - C H2 - C H = C H2
d g b a
O NHCOCH3
H O (1) b – hydrogen
(2) H3C N N
H OH (2) g – hydrogen
O
(3) d – hydrogen
OCOCH 3 (4) a – hydrogen
OCOCH 3 Ans. (2)
O
(3) H 3C N
H O
H
N
O

O
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OH
NHCOCH 3
29. The major product 'X' formed in the following
reaction is :

O O
CH2–C–OCH3
¾¾¾
NaBH 4
®X
MeOH
OCOCH 3
O
H O OH
(4) H3C N N
CH2CH2OH
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H OH
O (1)
NH2
O
O O
Ans. (1)
Sol. Asn–Ser is dipeptide having following CH2–C–H
(2)
structure
A

O CH2OH OH
NH2 – C – C – NH – CH – CO2H CH2CH2OH
(3)
CH2
CONH2
OH O
CH2–C–OCH3
Asn - Ser + (CH3 CO)2 O ¾¾¾
NEt3
®P (4)
excess

P is
Ans. (4)

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30. A mixture of 100 m mol of Ca(OH)2 and 2g of
sodium sulphate was dissolved in water and the
volume was made up to 100 mL. The mass of
calcium sulphate formed and the concentration
of OH– in resulting solution, respectively, are
: (Molar mass of Ca(OH)2, Na2SO4 and CaSO4
are 74, 143 and 136 g mol–1, respectively; Ksp
of Ca(OH)2 is 5.5 × 10–6)
(1) 1.9 g, 0.14 mol L–1
(2) 13.6 g, 0.14 mol L–1
(3) 1.9 g, 0.28 mol L–1
(4) 13.6 g, 0.28 mol L–1
Ans. (3)
Sol. Ca(OH)2 + Na2SO4 ¾® CaSO4 + 2NaOH
100 m mol 14 m mol
— —
— —
14 m mol 28 m mol
w CaSO4 = 14 ´ 10 –3 ´ 136 = 1.9gm
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28
[OH–] = = 0.28M
100
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A

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