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JEE ( Main ) Examination–2019/Evening Session/12-01-2019

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019


(Held On Saturday 12th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 02 : 30 PM To 05 : 30 PM
CHEMISTRY
1. 8g of NaOH is dissolved in 18g of H2O. Mole 4. The correct structure of histidine in a strongly
fraction of NaOH in solution and molality (in acidic solution (pH=2) is
mol kg–1) of the solutions respectively are :
(1) 0.167, 11.11 (2) 0.2, 22.20 Å
H 3N–CH–COOH Å
(3) 0.2, 11.11 (4) 0.167,22.20 H 3N–CH–COOH
NH Å
Ans. (1) NH2
(1) (2)

8 H N
Sol. 8g NaOH, mol of NaOH = = 0.2mol
40
18 Å
18g H2O, mol of H2O = = 1mol H3N–CH–COO H3N–CH–COO
18 Å NH
NH2
0.2 (3) (4)
\ XNaOH = = 0.167 NÅ
1.2

2.
Molality =
0.2 ´ 1000
18
= 11.11 m
EN
The correct statement(s) among I to III with
Ans. (1)

Sol. Histidine is
N H

respect to potassium ions that are abundant


within the cell fluids is/are :
Å Å
I. They activate many enzymes H3N–CH–COO H3N–CH–COOH
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II. They participate in the oxidation of glucose H
N H
to produce ATP at pH=2 N
Acidic medium
III. Along with sodium ions, they are
responsible for the transmission of nerve N +
N
signals
H
(1) I, II and III (2) I and III only
A

(3) III only (4) I and II only


Zwitter ionic form
Ans. (1)
pIn = 7.59
Sol. All the three statements are correct a/c to
NCERT (s-block) 5. The compound that is NOT a common
3. The magnetic moment of an octahedral component of photochemical smog is :
homoleptic Mn(II) complex is 5.9 BM. The (1) O3 (2) CH2=CHCHO
suitable ligand for this complex is :
(1) CN– (2) NCS– (3) CF2Cl2 (4) H 3C–C–OONO 2
(3) CO (4) ethylenediamine O
Ans. (2) Ans. (3)
Sol. m = 5.9 BM \ n (no of unpaired.e-) = 5 Sol. Freons (CFC's) are not common
Cation MnII– 3d5
confn only possible for components of photo chemical smog.
relatively weak ligand.
\ NCS-

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6. The upper stratosphere consisting of the ozone Ans. (1)
layer protects us from the sun's radiation that Sol. Rate of nucleophilic Electrophilicity of
falls in the wavelength region of : µ
attack on carbonyl carbonyl group
(1) 600-750 nm
(2) 0.8-1.5 nm O O O O O
(3) 400-550 nm C2H5–C–NH2 < C2H 5–C–OCH3 < C 2H5–C–O–C–C2H5< C 2H 5–C–Cl
(4) 200-315 nm +m +m +m –I
Ans. (4)
9. The major product of the following reaction is:
Sol. Ozone protects most of the medium O
freequnecies ultravoilet light from 200 - 315
NaBH
nm wave length. ¾¾®
EtOH
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7. The major product of the following reaction is:


OH
CH2CH3 OH
NaOEt (1) (2)
H 3C C Cl ¾¾®
D
OEt
COOCH2CH3
O OH
CH2CH3 (3) (4)
(1) H 3C C

COOCH 2CH3
OCH2CH3

OCH2CH3
EN Ans. (4)
Sol. NaBH4 can not reduce C=C
but can reduce – C – into OH.
O
(2) H 3CH 2C C CO2CH2CH3
O OH
CH3 NaBH4
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EtOH
CO2CH2CH3
(3) CH3C=CHCH 3 10. Molecules of benzoic acid (C 6 H 5 COOH)
(4) CH3CH2C=CH2 dimerise in benzene. 'w' g of the acid dissolved
in 30 g of benzene shows a depression in
CO2CH2CH3
freezing point equal to 2K. If the percentage
Ans. (3) association of the acid to form dimer in the
Sol. solution is 80, then w is :
A

(Given that Kf = 5 K kg mol–1, Molar mass of


CH2–CH3 CO2CH2–CH 3
NaOEt, D
benzoic acid = 122 g mol –1)
H3C C Cl E 2 mechanism CH3–C=CH–CH3 (1) 1.8 g (2) 2.4 g (3) 1.0 g (4) 1.5 g
C O–CH –CH Saytzeff alkene Ans. (2)
O 2 3 dehydrohalogenation C6 H 6
2(C6 H 5COOH) ¾¾¾ ® (C 6 H5COOH) 2
Sol. Wg
(30g)
diner
8. The increasing order of the reactivity of the
following with LiAlH4 is : DfT = i kf m
O O w ´ 1000
2 = 0.6 × 5 ×
122 ´ 30
(A) C2H 5 NH2 (B) C2H5 OCH3 (i = l – 0.8 +0.4 = 0.6)
O w = 2.44 g
O O
11. Given :
(C) C2H 5 Cl (D) C 2H 5 O C2H5 (i) C(graphite) + O2(g) ® CO2(g);
(1) (A) < (B) < (D) < (C) DrH° = x kJ mol–1
(2) (A) < (B) < (C) < (D) 1
(3) (B) < (A) < (D) < (C) (ii) C(graphite)+ O (g) ® CO2(g);
2 2
(4) (B) < (A) < (C) < (D)
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DrH° = y kJ mol–1 = 400 S cm2 mol-1
1 1000K 1000 ´ 5 ´10-5
(iii) CO(g) + O (g) ® CO2(g); Lm = = = 50 S cm2 mol-1
2 2 M 10 -3

DrH° = z kJ mol–1 Lm 50
Based on the above thermochemical equations, a= =
L m 400 = 0.125
0
find out which one of the following algebraic
relationships is correct ? 14. The major product in the following conversion
(1) z = x + y (2) x = y – z is :
(3) x = y + z (4) y = 2z – x HBr(excess)
CH3O CH=CH–CH3 ¾¾¾¾
Heat
®?
Ans. (3)
Sol.
(1) HO CH2–CH–CH 3
C (graphite) + O 2 (g) ® CO2 (g)D r Hº = xkJ / mol ...(1)
Br
1 (2) HO CH–CH2–CH3
C(graphite) + O 2 (g) ® CO(g) D r Hº = ykJ / mol ...(2)
2 Br
1
CO(g) + O 2 (g) ® CO2 (g) D r Hº = zkJ / mol .....(3) (3) CH3O CH2–CH–CH 3
2
(1) = (2) + (3) Br
x = y + z
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12. An open vessel at 27°C is heated until two fifth
of the air (assumed as an ideal gas) in it has
escaped from the vessel. Assuming that the
volume of the vessel remains constant, the
temperature at which the vessel has been heated
Ans. (2)
Sol.
(4) CH3O CH–CH2–CH3
Br

is : H 3C–O CH=CH–CH3 HBr HO CH–CH 2–CH 3


(1) 750°C (2) 500°C Hydrolysis Electrophilic Br
(3) 750 K (4) 500 K of ether addition
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Ans. (4) acc. to markonikoff's
Rule
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Sol. air escaped from vessel, \ air remain 15. If Ksp of Ag2CO3 is 8×10–12, the molar solubility
5 5
is vessel. P, V constant of Ag2CO3 in 0.1M AgNO3 is :
n1T1 = n2T2 (1) 8×10–12 M (2) 8×10–10 M
æ3 ö (3) 8×10–11 M (4) 8×10–13 M
n1(300) = ç n1 ÷ T2 Þ T2 = 500 K
A

è5 ø Ans. (2)
13. Ù°m for NaCl, HCl and NaA are 126.4, 425.9 Sol. Ag2CO3 (s) ƒ 2Ag + (aq.) + CO3-2 (aq)
and 100.5 S cm 2mol –1 , respectively. If the (0.1+ 2S) M S M
conductivity of 0.001 M HA is 5×10–5 S cm–1, + 2
Ksp = [Ag ] [CO3-2 ]
degree of dissociation of HA is :
8 × 10–12 = (0.1 + 2S)2 (S)
(1) 0.75 (2) 0.125 (3) 0.25 (4) 0.50
S = 8 × 10–10 M
Ans. (2)
Sol.
L 0m (HA) = L 0m (HCl) + L 0m (NaA) - L m0 (NaCl)
= 425.9 + 100.5 - 126.4

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16. Among the following, the false statement is : 19. The element that does NOT show catenation is:
(1) Latex is a colloidal solution of rubber (1) Sn (2) Ge (3) Si (4) Pb
particles which are positively charged
Ans. (4)
(2) Tyndall effect can be used to distingush
Sol. Catenation is not shown by lead.
between a colloidal solution and a true
solution. 20. The combination of plots which does not
represent isothermal expansion of an ideal gas
(3) It is possible to cause artificial rain by
is:
throwing electrified sand carrying charge
opposite to the one on clouds from an
aeroplane.
P P
(4) Lyophilic sol can be coagulated by adding
(A) (B)
an electrolyte.
O 1/Vm O Vm
Ans. (1)
Sol. Colloidal solution fo rubber are negatively
charged. PV m
17. The pair that does NOT require calcination is: U

(1) ZnO and MgO


(2) Fe2O3 and CaCO3.MgCO3
(3) ZnO and Fe2O3.xH2O
EN (C)
O

(1) (A) and (C)


P
(D)
O Vm

(2) (A) and (D)

(4) ZnCO3 and CaO (3) (B) and (D) (4) (B) and (C)

Ans. (1) Ans. (3)


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Sol. ZnO & MgO both are in oxide form therefore Sol. Isothermal expansion PVm = K(Graph-C)
no change on calcination. K
P = V (Graph-A)
18. The correct order of atomic radii is : m

(1) Ce > Eu > Ho > N (2) N > Ce > Eu > Ho P U


(3) Eu > Ce > Ho > N (4) Ho > N > Eu > Ce
A

Ans. (3) Vm Vm

21. The volume strength of 1M H2O2 is:

Eu (Molar mass of H2O2 = 34 g mol–1)


size Yb
(1) 16.8 (2) 11.35
Sol.
(3) 22.4 (4) 5.6
z
Ans. (2)
Eu > Ce > Ho > N. Sol. 1L – 1M H2O2 solution will produce 11.35
L O2 gas at STP.

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22. For a reaction consider the plot of ln k versus
1/T given in the figure. If the rate constant of
this reaction at 400 K is 10–5 s–1, then the rate
constant at 500 K is : H3 C O
NH2
O
ln k slope = –4606K +
H NaNO2
H 3C O
1/T OH
(1) 2×10–4 s–1 (2) 10–4 s–1 O
(3) 10–6 s–1 (4) 4×10–4 s–1 CrO3 H
+ O
Ans. (2) H 3C O C
K E é1 1ù OH
Sol. ln 2 = a ê - ú Sol. O
K1 R ë T1 T2 û
Conc. H2SO4 D
K é 1 1 ù H 3C
2.303log -25 = 4606 ê - O
10 ë 400 500 úû
Þ K2 = 10–4 s-1 O
23. The element that shows greater ability to form
pp-pp multiple bonds, is :
(1) Si
Ans. (4)
(2) Ge (3) Sn (4) C

Sol. carbon atom have 2p orbitals able to form


EN 25.
O

The aldehydes which will not form Grignard


strongest pp - pp bonds product with one equivalent Grignard reagents
24. The major product of the following reaction is: are :
H 3C O CHO CHO
NH2
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(A) (B)
O HO2C
+
(i) NaNO2/H CHO CHO
¾¾¾¾¾¾
+
® (C) (D)
(ii) CrCO3/H H3CO HOH2C
(iii) H2SO4 (conc.),D
(1) (B), (C), (D) (2) (B), (D)
O (3) (B), (C) (4) (C), (D)
Ans. (2)
A

HO
(1) Sol. Acid-base reaction of G.R are fast.

CH3 O
CHO CHO
(2) O O O
O RMgX + R–H
C C
O
HO XMgO
(3) CH3 O
O CHO CHO
HO RMgX + R–H
(4) H 2C H 2C
O XMgO
HO
Ans. (2)

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26. The major product of the following reaction is:
H3C CH3 – CH2 – CH – CH2
CH2 HCl
¾¾®
H Br Br
Alc. KOH
CH 3
CH3
(1) Cl CH3 – CH2 – C = CH 2
H
Sol. Br
CH2–Cl
CH3 NaNH2 in liq. NH3
(2)
H CH3 – CH2 – C CH
CH3
CH2–Cl
(3) 29. If the de Broglie wavelength of the electron in
H nth Bohr orbit in a hydrogenic atom is equal to
CH3 1.5 pa0(a 0 is Bohr radius), then the value of
CH3 n/z is :
(4) (1) 1.0 (2) 0.75 (3) 0.40 (4) 1.50

Ans. (1)
Cl
H EN Ans. (2)
Sol. According to de-broglie's hypothesis

2prn = nl Þ 2p . a0 =
n2
z
= n ´ 1.5 p a 0
H Cl n
= 0.75
z
Cl
30. The two monomers for the synthesis of Nylone
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Sol.
6, 6 are :
Cl (1) HOOC(CH2)6COOH, H2N(CH2)6NH2
(2) HOOC(CH2)4COOH, H2N(CH2)4NH2
27. Chlorine on reaction with hot and concentrated (3) HOOC(CH2)6COOH, H2N(CH2)4NH2
sodium hydroxide gives : (4) HOOC(CH2)4COOH, H2N(CH2)6NH2
(1) Cl– and ClO2– (2) Cl – and ClO3– Ans. (4)
A

(3) Cl– and ClO– (4) ClO3– and ClO2– Sol. Nylon-6,6 is polymer of
Ans. (2) Hexamethylene diamine & Adipic acid
¯ ¯
Sol. 3Cl2 + 6 OH- ® 5Cl– + ClO3- + 3H2O
H2N–(CH2)6–NH2 HOOC–(CH2)4–COOH
28. The major product of the following reaction is:

CH3CH2CH–CH 2 (i) KOH alc.


¾¾¾¾®
(ii) NaNH2
Br Br in liq NH3

(1) CH 3CH2CºCH
(2) CH3CH2CH–CH2
NH2 NH2
(3) CH3CH=C=CH2
(4) CH3CH=CHCH 2NH2
Ans. (1)

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