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

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019


(Held On Thrusday 10th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 02 : 30 PM To 05 : 30 PM
CHEMISTRY
1. An ideal gas undergoes isothermal 5. Among the following reactions of hydrogen
compression from 5 m 3 against a constant with halogens, the one that requires a catalyst
external pressure of 4 Nm–2. Heat released in is :
this process is used to increase the temperature
of 1 mole of Al. If molar heat capacity of Al (1) H2 + I2 ® 2HI (2) H2 + F2 ® 2HF
is 24 J mol –1 K –1 , the temperature of Al (3) H2 + Cl2 ® 2HCI (4) H2 + Br2 ® 2HBr
increases by : Ans. (1)
3 2 6. Sodium metal on dissolution in liquid ammonia
(1) K (2) K (3) 1 K (4) 2 K gives a deep blue solution due to the formation
2 3
Ans. (2) of:
Sol. Work done on isothermal irreversible for ideal (1) sodium ion-ammonia complex
gas (2) sodamide
= –P ext (V2 – V1)
(3) sodium-ammonia complex
= –4 N/m2 (1m3 – 5m3)
= 16 Nm
Isothermal process for ideal gas
DU = 0
q = –w
= –16 Nm
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(4) ammoniated electrons
Ans. (4)
What will be the major product in the following
mononitation reaction ?
= – 16 J
O
Heat used to increase temperature of Al
q = n Cm DT N HNO3
H Conc. H2SO4
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J
16 J = 1 × 24 ´ DT
mol.K
2 O NO2
DT = K
3 N
(1)
2. The 71 st electron of an element X with an H
atomic number of 71 enters into the orbital :
(1) 4f (2) 6p (3) 6s (4) 5d
A

Ans. (1) O
3. The number of 2-centre-2-electron and 3-
centre-2-electron bonds in B2H6, respectively, (2) O 2N N
are : H
(1) 2 and 4 (2) 2 and 1
(3) 2 and 2 (4) 4 and 2
O 2N
Ans. (4) O
4. The amount of sugar (C12H22O11) required to
prepare 2 L of its 0.1 M aqueous solution is : (3) N
(1) 68.4 g (2) 17.1 g (3) 34.2 g (4)136.8 g H
Ans. (1)
(n)solute O
Sol. Molarity =
Vsolution (in lit)
N
(4) H
wt./342
0.1= O2N
2
wt (C 12H22O11) = 68.4 gram
Ans. (3)
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8. In the cell Pt(s)|H2(g, 1bar|HCl(aq)|Ag(s)|Pt(s) 10. The pair that contains two P–H bonds in each
of the oxoacids is :
the cell potential is 0.92 when a 10–6 molal HCl (1) H3PO2 nad H4P 2O5
solution is used. THe standard electrode (2) H4P 2O5 and H4P 2O6
potential of (AgCl/Ag,Cl–) electrode is : (3) H3PO3 and H3PO2
(4) H4P 2O5 nad H3PO3
ì 2.303RT ü
ígiven, = 0.06Vat298K ý Ans. (1)
î F þ 11. The major product of the following reaction is:
(1) 0.20 V (2) 0.76 V (3) 0.40 V (4) 0.94 V CH3
Ans. (1) OH
(i) aq. NaOH
Pt(s) H 2 (g, 1bar) HCl(aq) AgCl(s) Ag(s) |Pt(s) (ii) CH3I
Sol.
10-6 m CH3
CH 3
Anode: H2 ¾® 2H + 2e × 1 +
OH OH
Cathode : e– + AgCl(s) ¾® Ag(s) + Cl–(aq) (1) (2)
×2
CH3 CH 3
H 2 (g)l + AgCl(s) ¾® 2H + +
2Ag(s) + 2Cl –(aq) CH 3

E cell =

.925 = E 0 (
0
E cell -
0.06

H2 / H +
2
log10 ( (H + )2 ×(Cl - )2 )

+ E0
AgCl / Ag, Cl -
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) – 0.06 log
10
(3)
CH 3
OH

(4)
CH3
OCH3

2 Ans. (4)
( (10 -6 2 –6 2
) (10 ) ) 12. The difference in the number of unpaired
electrons of a metal ion in its high-spin and
.92 = 0 + E 0AgCl / Ag,Cl - – 0.03 log10(10–6) 4 low-spin octahedral complexes is two. The
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metal ion is :
E 0AgCl / Ag, Cl - = .92 + .03 × –24 = 0.2 V (1) Fe2+ (2) Co2+ (3) Mn2+ (4) Ni2+
Ans. (2)
9. The major product of the following recation is: 13. A compound of formula A 2 B 3 has the hcp
O lattice. Which atom forms the hcp lattice and
CH3N NaBH 4 what fraction of tetrahedral voids is occupied
A

by the other atoms :


OH
(1) CH3N 2
(1) hcp lattice-A, Tetrachedral voids-B
3
OH 1
(2) CH3N (2) hcp lattice-B, Tetrachedral voids-A
3
OH 2
(3) CH3N (3) hcp lattice-B, Tetrachedral voids-A
3
OH 1
(4) CH3N (4) hcp lattice-A Tetrachedral voids-B
3
Ans. (2)
Ans. (3)

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Sol. A2B3 has HCP lattice 16. The major product of the following reaction is:
O CH3
th
3 (i) dil. HCl/D
If A form HCP, then of THV must O
4 CH3O (ii) (COOH)2/
OH
occupied by B to form A2B3 Polymerisation
O
th
1 O O
If B form HCP, then of THV must occupied n
3 (1) O
by A to form A2B3 OCOCH 3
O
14. The reaction that is NOT involved in the ozone
O O
layer depletion mechanism is the stratosphere n
is: (2) O

OCH3
· ·
hu
(1) HOCl(g) ¾¾ ® O H(g) + Cl(g) O
O O
n
(2) CF2Cl2(g) ¾¾
uv
· ·
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® Cl(g) + C F2 Cl(g)

(3) CH 4 + 2O3 ® 3CH2 = O + 3H2OP


(3)

O
OH

O
O

(4) n
· · O
(4) ClO(g) + O(g) ® Cl(g) + O 2 (g) OH
Ans. (3)
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Ans. (3)
17. A reaction of cobalt(III) chloride and
15. The process with negative entropy change is : ethylenediamine in a 1 : 2 mole ratio generates
two isomeric products A (violet coloured) B
(1) Dissolution of iodine in water
(green coloured). A can show optial actively,
(2) Synthesis of ammonia from N2 and H2
A

B is optically inactive. What type of isomers

(3) Dissolution of CaSO 4(s) to CaO(s) and does A and B represent ?


SO3(g) (1) Geometrical isomers

(4) Subimation of dry ice (2) Ionisation isomers]

(3) Coordination isomers


Ans. (2)
(4) Linkage isomers
Sol. N2(g) + 3H2(g) ƒ 2NH3(g) ; Dng < 0
Ans. (1)

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18. The major product obtained in the following 22. The correct match between item 'I' and item 'II' is :
reaction is : Item 'I' Item 'II'
CO2Et (compound) (reagent)
NaOEt/D (A) Lysine (P) 1-naphthol
O (B) Furfural (Q) ninhydrin
O (C) Benzyl alcohol (R) KMnO4
O (D) Styrene (S) Ceric ammonium
nitrate
(1) CO2Et (1) (A)®(Q), (B)®(P), (C)®(S), (D)®(R)
(2) (A)®(Q), (B)®(R), (C)®(S), (D)®(P)
O
(3) (A)®(Q), (B)®(P), (C)®(R), (D)®(S)
(4) (A)®(R), (B)®(P), (C)®(Q), (D)®(S)
(2) Ans. (1)
CO2Et 23. In the reaction of oxalate with permaganate in acidic
medium, the number of electrons involved in
O
producing one molecule of CO2 is :
(1) 10 (2) 2 (3) 1 (4) 5
(3)
Ans. (3)
CO2Et

(4)

Ans. (4)
O
CO2Et
EN Sol.
+7
2 M nO4 + 5C 2O2–


+
® 2 M n 2+
4 + 16H ¾¾
+2

+ 10CO2 + 8H 2O
10 e trans for 10 molecules of CO 2 so per
molecule of CO2 transfer of e– is '1'
19. Which of the following tests cannot be used for 24. 5.1g NH4SH is introduced in 3.0 L evacuated
identifying amino acids ? flask at 327°C. 30% of the solid NH 4 SH
(1) Biuret test (2) Xanthoproteic test decomposed to NH3 and H2S as gases. The Kp
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(3) Barfoed test (4) Ninhydrin test of the reaction at 327°C is (R = 0.082 L atm
Ans. (3) mol–1K–1, Molar mass of S = 32 g mol/01, molar
20. What is the IUPAC name of the following mass of N = 14g mol–1)
(1) 1 × 10–4 atm2 (2) 4.9 × 10–3 atm2
compound ? 2
(3) 0.242 atm (4) 0.242 × 10–4 atm 2
CH3 CH3
Ans. (3)
H
A

ˆˆ† NH 3 (g) + H 2S(g)


NH 4 SH(s) ‡ˆˆ
H
CH3 Br
5.1
(1) 3-Bromo-1, 2-dimethylbut-1-ene] Sol. n= = .1mole 0 0
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(2) 4-Bromo-3-methylpent-2-ene
.1(–1– a) .1a .1a
(3) 2-Bromo-3-methylpent-3-ene
(4) 3-Bromo-3-methyl-1, 2-dimethylprop-1-ene a = 30% = .3
so number of moles at equilibrium
Ans. (2) .1 (1 – .3) .1 × .3 .1 × .3
21. Which is the most suitable reagent for the = .07 =.03 =.03
following transformation ? Now use PV = nRT at equilibrium
OH Ptotal × 3 lit = (.03 + .03) × .082 × 600
Ptotal = .984 atm
CH3–CH=CH–CH2–CH–CH3 ¾¾® At equilibrium
CH3–CH=CH–CH2CO2H Ptotal
PNH
3 =
PH2S = = .492
(1) alkaline KMnO4 (2) I2/NaOH 2
(3) Tollen's reagent (4) CrO2/CS2 So kp = PNH3 × PH 2S = (.492) (.492)
Ans. (2) kp = .242 atm2
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25. The electrolytes usually used in the electroplating 28. The ground state energy of hydrogen atom is
of gold and silver, respectively, are : –13.6 eV. The energy of second excited state
(1) [Au(OH)4]– and [Ag(OH)2]– He+ ion in eV is :
(2) [Au(CN)2]– and [Ag CI2]– (1) –6.04 (2) –27.2 (3) –54.4 (4) –3.4
(3) [Au(NH3)2]+ and [Ag(CN)2]–
Ans. (1)
(4) [Au(CN)2]– and [Ag(CN)2]–
2
( E ) n th = ( E GND ) × Z
Ans. (4)
26. Elevation in the boiling point for 1 molal Sol. H
n2
solution of glucose is 2 K. The depression in
the freezing point of 2 molal solutions of
+ 22
rd (He ) = ( -13.6eV) × = – 6.04 eV
glucose in the same solvent is 2 K. The relation E
between Kb and Kf is: 3 32
(1) Kb = 0.5 Kf (2) Kb = 2 Kf
29. For an elementary chemical reaction,
(3) Kb = 1.5 Kf (4) Kb = Kf
ˆˆˆ † d[A]
A2 ‡ˆˆ ˆ
k1
Ans. (2) 2A, the expression for is :
k –1
dt
Sol. Ans.(2)
(1) 2k1[A2]–k–1[A]2 (2) k1[A2]–k –1[A]2
DTb i.m ´ k b (3) 2k1[A2]–2k–1[A]2 (4) k1[A2]+k –1[A]2
=
DTf i ´ m ´ k f Ans. (3)

2 1 ´ 1 ´ kb
=
2 1 ´ 2 ´ kf

kb = 2kf
EN Sol. Ans.(3)

ˆˆˆˆ
1 †
A 2 ‡ˆˆˆ
K
ˆ 2A
K –1

d[A]
= 2k1[A 2 ] - 2k –1[A]2
27. An aromatic compound 'A' having molecular dt
formula C 7H 6 O 2 on treating with aqueous
ammonia and heating forms compound 'B'. The
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30. Haemoglobin and gold sol are examples of :
compound 'B' on reaction with molecular (1) negatively charged sols
bromine and potassium hydroxide provides (2) positively charged sols]
compound 'C' having molecular formula (3) negatively and positively charged sols,
C6H7N. The structure of 'A' is :
respectively
(4) positively and negatively charged sols,
A

(1) respectively
O CH=CH–CHO Ans. (4)
Sol. Ans.(4)
CHO
Haemoglobin ¾® positive sol
(2) Ag – sol ¾® negative sol
OH

COOH
(3)

OHC

(4)
OH
Ans. (3)

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