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Xray diffraction can be used to determine the inner structure of crystals, as the wavelengths of Xrays are roughtly
equal to the interatomic spacing in crystalline matter, on the order of 10
10
m. Xrays, upon entering the highly ordered
lattice structure of a crystal, will diffract off of the different atoms. Analysis of the wave interference effects of the X
rays as they leave the crystal alows for precise calculation of the distance between layers of atoms. This type of
wave phenomena is called Bragg diffraction.
Students can study the effects of Bragg diffraction without being exposed to potentially harmful Xrays. By scaling
the wavelength of the incoming radiation up from 1
10
m to 10
2
m, relatively harmless microwaves can be beamed into
periodic layers of steel balls, each separated by a small number of centimeters.
Figure 1 is a schematic showing two microwaves bouncing off of consecutive layers of the lattice. The angle of
incidence (and reflection), θ , is varied as the experiment is carried out. Because the space between layrs is d, the
difference in path length between the two rays is 2d, sin θ . The experimenter can use a microwave detector to locate
the angles at which constructive interference occurs. As the difference in path length between two waves undergoing
constructive interference is a interger multiple of the wavelength, the following equation can be used to determine d
for the lattice.
... 3 , 2 , 1 n , sin d 2 n − θ · λ
1. What is the spacing between the planes of steel balls if 3cm microwaves generate constructive interference 19
0
?
(sin 19
0
= 0.33)
a) 1.5 cm b) 2.0 cm c) 3.0 cm d) 4.5 cm
2. The detector is moved to a fixed angle, θ , where an maxima of reflected microwave intensity occurs. How does the
intensity of the reflected signal change if the consecutive layers of steel balls are moved apart?
a) The intensity falls b) The intensity rises
c) The intensity rises, then falls d) The intensity falls, and then rises.
3. A decrease in the intensity of the incoming microwaves would?
a) increase the values of the angles at which constructive interference occurs.
b) decrease the values of the angles at which constructive interference occurs.
c) have no effect on the results of the experiment.
d) decrease the distance between the layers of steel balls.
4. Which of the following is the equation that describes the angles at which microwaves reflecting off of consecutive
layers of steel ball undergo destructive interference?
a)
θ · λ sin d n
b)
θ · λ 2 sin d 2 n
c) θ · λ + sin d ) 1 n ( d) θ · λ + sin d ) 2 / 1 n (
5. Which of the following is an example of the frequency of oscillation of microwaves?
a) 3.3 x 10
12
Hz b) 1.0 x 10
2
Hz c) 3.0 x 10
6
Hz d) 3.0 x 10
10
Hz
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Questions 6 to 45 are independent Question
6. The number of possible overtones of air column in a closed pipe of length 83.2cm and of a diameter 6cm whose
frequencies lie below 1000 Hz will be — (velocity of sound = 340m/s)
a) 5 b) 2 c) 6 d) 3
7. A bar of mass M=5 kg is held between four disks, each of mass, m=2 kg and radius r. If the normal forces exerted on
the disks are sufficient to prevent slipping, then the acceleration of the bar immediately after it has been released from
rest is —
M
a)
3
7
g
b)
4
9
g
c)
5
11
g
d)
5
9
g
8. A uniform circular disc of mass m and radius ‘a’ rotates freely is a vertical plane about its centre. Initially the disc is
rotating with angular velocity W
0
and is reduced to rest in a time T by a constant force ‘F’ applied tangentially at rim.
The F will be equal to —
a)
0
4
maW
T
b)
0
2
maW
T
c)
0
2maW
T
d)
0
3
4
maW
T
9. A sound wave is represented by sin(1000 3 ) y a t x · π − . The distance between two points having a phase
difference of
3
π
is —
a)
2
9
π
b)
18
π
c)
9
π
d)
5
18
π
10. A hollow cone floats with its axis vertical upto
1
3
of its height in a liquid of density d
1
with its apex submerged. When
a liquid of density d
2
is filled in it, it floats with
1
2
of its height submerged. The ratio
2
1
d
d
·
—
h
a) 57 : 147 b) 47 : 349 c) 57 : 648 d) 2 : 3
11. A thermally insulated vessel containing a diatonic gas whose molar mass is M moves with a velocity v. The
temperature rise in the gas resulting from the sudden stoppage of vessel would appropriately be :
a)
2
2
5
mv
R
b)
2
5
mv R
c)
2
2
5
mv R
d)
2
5
mv
R
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12. Three moles of an ideal gas (monoatomic) perform a cycle as shown. The temperatures in different states are,
1
400 T K · ,
2
800 T K · ,
3
2400 T K · and
4
1200 T K · . The work done during the cycle is nearly ———K
.Joules
P
T
1
2
3
4
a)
3
10
b)
2
1.5 10 ×
c) 20 d) 10
13. A cyclic process ABCA is shown in V – T diagram as shown. The same process on the P – V diagram is —
V
T
A
B
C
I)
P
V
A
B
C
II)
P
V
A
B
C
III)
P
V
A
B
C
IV)
P
V
A
B
C
a) I b) II c) III d) IV
14. A parallel plate an capacitor is charged to a certain potential difference. A dielectric bar is put into the capacitor. The
charge on the plates is needed to be increased three times to restore the former potential difference. The relative
permittivity of the bar is —
a) 0.333 b) 3 c) 0.166 d) 6
15. A parallel plate air capacitor is charged by a battery so that the plates of the capacitor acquire a potential difference
equal to the emf of the battery. The ratio of the work done by the battery and the energy stored in the capacitor —
a) 1 : 1 b) 1 : 2 c) 2 : 1 d) 1 : 4
16. The potential difference between A and B is 23V. The potential difference across 3 F µ capacitor is —— volts.
+ + +
2ì F
3ì F
4ì F
A
B
8V 5V
a) 7 b) 8 c) 23 d) 4
17. The flux through a loop varies with time according to the relation
2
0.1( 6 ) t t φ · − . Tesla – m
2
where t is in seconds.
The induced emf in the loop varies in the time according to the graph —
a)
E
t
b)
E
t
c)
E
t
d)
E
t
18. Two coils are wound on the common core. The inductance of the first coil is 0.2H, and that of the second is 0.8H. The
resistance of second coil is 600 Ω. The current that will flow through the second coil if the current of 0.3A in the first
coil is switched off during 0.001 sec ——.
a) 1A b) 0.4A c) 0.2A d) 0.1A
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19. A coil of inductance 0.25µ and negligible resistance is connected to a source of supply whose voltage is given by
2
2 3 V t t · +
. If the voltage is applied, when t = 0 and switched off at t = 2 sec., the energy stored in the inductor
will be ——
a) 125 J b) 250 J c) 288 J d) 144 J
20. A current of 2 Amp flows in a pure inductance of 4µ. The coil is suddenly disconnected from the source and almost
simultaneously connected across a 10 Ω resistance. The initial rate of change of current is ——— Amp/sec
a) 0.25 b) 0.50 c) 0.75 d) 1.0
21. A current of 2 Amp flows through a square frame ‘x’ of wire 2m long. The same amount of current also flows through
a circular coil ‘y’ of perimeter 2m. The ratio of the magnetic fields at the centres of y and x is ——
a)
2
16
π
b)
16
π
c)
2
8
π
d)
8
π
22. Two cells, each of emg ‘E’ and internal resistance ‘r’ are connected in parallel across a resistance R. The power
delivered to the resistance will be maximum, if R = ——
a) 4r b) 2r c) r d)
2
r
23. Sixteen thin convex lenses of focal lengths , 2 , 4 , 8 , .......... f f f f are placed in contact with each other. The
combination will behave as a convex lens of focal length (approximately) ——
a) 136 f b) 39 f c) 2 f d)
2
f
24. A U–tube of uniform cross sectional area containing a liquid is mounted on a horizontal turn table notating with an
angular speed ω about the axis shown. Then h = ?
h
L
a)
2
2
L
g
ω
b)
2 2
2
L
g
ω +
c)
2 2
2
L
g
ω
d)
2 2
2
L
g
ω −
25. In the arrangement shown in figure, mass of block B and A is 2m and m respectively. Surface between B and floor is
smooth. The block B is connected to the block C by means of a pulley system. If the whole system is released. Find
the minimum value of mass of the block C so that the block A remains stationary with respect to the block B.
Coefficient of friction between A and B is µ.
C
B
A
a)
m
µ
b)
2
1
m
µ +
c)
3
1
m
µ −
d)
6
2 1
m
µ −
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26. A prism of refractive index µ and angle A is placed in the minimum deviation position. If the angle of minimum
deviation is equal to A, then the value of A is ——
a)
1
Sin
2
−
µ
b)
1
2Sin ( 1) / 2
−
µ− c)
1
2cos
2
−
µ
d)
1
2sin
2
−
µ
27. A quarter cylinder of radius R and refracture index µ is placed on a table at a distance mR from a point P. The value
of m for which a ray from P will converge at a point Q distant R from curved surface is —
P Q
R
mR R
a)
2
( 2) µ µ −
b)
1
( 2) µ µ −
c)
1
µ
µ +
d)
2
2
1
3
µ −
µ +
28. In Youngs expermient the wavelength of red light is 7800 Aº and that of blue light is 5200Aº. The value of n for which
the (n+1)
th
blue bright band coincides with the n
th
red band is ——
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
29. The plot of the number (N) of left over atoms versus activity (A) of a radio active substance is —
I)
N
A
II)
N
A
III)
N
A
IV)
N
A
a) I b) II c) III d) IV
30. An electron, in a hydrogen like atom, has total energy –3.4eV. Its kinetic energy is ——
a) –3.4 eV b) +3.4 eV c) –1.7 eV d) +1.7 eV
31. Use the diagram below to answer the question. 40 spheres of equal mass make two rings of 20 spheres each. The
ring on the right has a radius twice as large as the ring on the left.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z z z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z z
A B
D
C
0
r 2r
1 2 3 4
If the position of the spheres approximates two uniformly dense rings, which of the following is true concerning a
mass placed at position D?
a) The net gravitational force due to the spheres of the larger ring would be zero.
b) The net gravitational force due to the spheres of the smaller ring would be zero.
c) The net gravitational force due to the spheres of both rings would be zero.
d) If the smaller ring were removed, the mass would move toward the center of the larger ring.
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32. The bottoms of two vertical cylinders of different cross sections are connected by a thin pipe. Each cylinder contains
gas at constant temperature and is covered by a movable piston. The mass of one piston is m
1
=1.0kg. the other
m
2
=2.0kg. Initially, the pistons are at the same height h=0.40m. What would be the difference in the heights of the
pistons (H) if an extra load of m=1.0kg is placed on the lighter piston? Assume the entire arrangement is placed in
vaccum.
a) 1.5 m b) .90 m c) .60 m d) No difference
33. Consider a cone, with a light bulb at the vertex, cut by a plane making an angle of 30º with base. The area of the plane
inside the cone has an image of area s on the base. If the area of the base is A and the average light intensity at the
base is I, what is the average light intensity on the inclined plane?
A S
a)
2
IA
s
b)
2
I
As
c)
3
2
IA
s
d)
IA
s
34. Which of the following is NOT true for a converging lens in optics?
a) A ray parallel to the optic axis passes through the focus.
b) A ray originating at the focus is bent parallel to the optic axis.
c) A ray through the center of the lens is bent parallel to the optic axis.
d) An object placed at the focus has image at infinity.
35. A photon strikes a free electron at rest and is scattered straight backward. If the speed of electron after collision is
c α , where 1 α<< then,
a) electron’s kinetic energy is a fraction α of photon’s initial energy.
b) electron’s kinetic energy is a fraction
1
α
of photon’s initial energy.
c) electron’s kinetic energy is a fraction
2
α
of photon’s initial energy.
d) electron’s kinetic energy is a fraction
2
1
α
of photon’s initial energy.
36. When a monochromatic point source of light is at a distance of 0.2m from a photoelectric cell, the cutoff voltage and
the saturation current are respectively 0.6V and 18.0 mA. If the same source is placed 0.6m away from the
photoelectric cell, then
1) the stoping potential will be 0.2V 2) the stopping potential will be 0.6V
3) the saturation current will be 6.0 mA 4) the saturation will be –1 mA
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) 2, 4 b) 1, 4 c) 3, 4 d) 2, 3
37. A stationary 10 kg box is lifted and placed at rest on top of a 10 m shelf. The move takes 2 s. A student argues that
the minimum average power is greater than 500W. The student is :
a) right because the box must have a change in kinetic energy in addition to the change in potential energy.
b) right because the box had to be accelerated which requires a force greater than mg.
c) wrong because the box can be moved at an infinitely slow constant velocity, and thus the work done is equal to
the weight times the distance.
d) wrong because the force on the box could be twice the weight for the first half of the trip, and zero for the second
half of the trip.
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38. Direction : Refer to the below diagram an ideal fluid with a specific gravity of 1.0 flows through the pipe in the
direction from c to a. The pipe has the same diameter at a and c. The vertical pipes are vacuum sealed at the top. The
height of the fluid at h
1
, h
2
and h
3
are measured from the center of the pipe, and are not drawn to scale.
floor
Heights h , h and h not drawn to scale
1 2 3
a
b
c
h
1
h
2
h
3
If a second ideal fluid with a specific gravity of 2.0 were passed through the pipe at the same volume flow rate, the
height h
1
would;
a) decrease by a factor of 2.
b) remain the same.
c) increase by a factor of 2.
d) more information is required to predict the change in h
1
.
39. Direction : Refer to the diagram below a sphere with mass m is placed at the surface of a very shallow pool (depth h)
of a fluid with density ρ and oscillated a distance y every t seconds. Waves with a frequency f and amplitude A are
generated on the fluid surface and propagate away from the sphere with a velocity v. The distance between the wave
crests is given by x.
h
y
m
x
If the wave generating apparatus were placed on the moon, and y remained the same, which of the following would
occur?
a)
ρ
would decrease b) f would increase c) x would increase d) v would decrease
40. A metallic chain of length L and mass M is vertically hung above a surface with one end in contact withit. The chain
is then released to fall freely. If x is the distance covered by the end of the chain, how much force (exerted by the
bottom surface) will the chain experience at any instance during the process?
X
X
L
a) '' N Mg Mx · − b) 3 N Mg · c) 2 '' N Mg Mx · − d) (3 / ) N M L gx ·
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41. A movable heavy piston is supported by a spring inside a vertical cylindrical container as shown. When all air is
pumped out of the container, the piston is in equilibrium as shown in Diagram1, with only a tiny gap between the
pistorn and the bottom of the container. When a portion of gas at temperature T is introduced under the piston, the
latter rises to a height h as shown in Diagram 2.
What would be the height of the piston above the bottom of the container if the gas is then heated to temperature 2T?
Assume that the piston moves without friction and that the spring obeys Hooke’s law.
h
Diagram 1 Diagram 2
a)
1
2
h b)
h
c) 2 h d)
2h
42. Direction : Refere the digram below E is the electric field created by q
1
. V is the voltage at a given point in the field
E. Assume that the electric field created by q
2
is negligible compared to E. k is Coulomb’s Law constant, m
1
is the
mass of q
1
and m
2
is the mass of q
2
.
d
q
2
q
1
2r
r
If q
1
is positive, then when q
2
is mvoed from its present location to a distance r from q
1
, the magnitude of the voltage
experienced by q
2
due to E:
a) decreases by a factor of 4. b) remains the same
c) increases by a factor of 2. d) increases by a factor of 4.
43. Two cylinders are rapidly spinning in the opposite directions as shown. The axes of the cylinders are a distance d
apart. A uniform board of mass M is placed horizontally on the cylinders as shown. The coefficient of kinetic friction
between the board and the cylinders is
s
µ
. Which of the following statements correctly describe the subsequent
motion of the board.
I) The center of the board will oscillate with period
2
2
kg
d
T · π
µ
, so the board will begin the oscillation moving
to the left.
II) The center of the board will oscillate with period
2
2
kg
d
T · π
µ
, so the board will begin the oscillation moving
to the right.
a) only I is correct
b) only II is correct
c) both are wrong
d) cannot describe the motion with the given information
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44. Recall the equation for a series RLC circuit. Compare this to the parallel resonant circuit shown and find R
p
if a series
RLC circuit and the parallel RLC circuit are to have the same equations for the potential of capacitor while they both
have the same L, C and Q.
C L
I
1
I
2
R
p
a)
p
R R ·
b)
p
R L ·
c)
1/
p
R C ·
d)
/
p
R L RC ·
45. Direction : Refer to the diagram below. A conducting bar is slid at a constant velocity v along two conducting rods.
The rods are separted by a distance l and connected across a resistor R. The entire apparatus is placed in an external
magnetic field B directed into the page.
R
v
B in
l
How will the current in the apparatus shown above be generated?
a) sinusoidally
b) clockwise
c) counterclockwise
d) There is not enough information to determine the direction of the current
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Questions 46  50 are based on the following passage
Magnetic resonabce, first discovered in 1946, has found its way into many scientific arenas as a diagnostic tool. Its
usefulness lies in its ability to create images of the interior of structures without the use of ionizing radiation like x
rays. The two main drawbacks of using xrays are their highenergy bound breaking potential, as well as their reliance
on the presence of contrast enhancing material.
Modern day MRI machines used in clinical imaging create a standing magnetic field aligned with the patient from
head to toe. These machines use the proton of a hydrogen atom as their target, due to its abundance in the human
body. When the field is applied, the magnetic moment of the protons exposed to the field will dynamically align with
or against the field, according to the equation.
NN
+
=
E/kT
(Equation 1)
Where N
+
is the number of protons in the lower energy level, N

is the number of protons in the higher energy level,
E is the energy difference between the two states, k is Boltzmann’s constant (1.38 x10
23
j/K), and T is the temperature
in Kelvins.
In the presence of such a large magnetic field, a proton will precess, or wobble, about the axis through its magnetic
moment, at a specific frequency called the Larmor frequency.
' 0 0
B f γ · (Equation  2)
Where B
0
is the strength of the magnetic field in Tesla, and
γ
is the gyromagnetic ratio, a constant unique to every
atom (
γ
for 1 H is 42.56 MHz/Tesla)
Once aligned, an electromagnetic radio frequency (RF) pulse is applied at the specific Larmor frequency for the target
proton, causing the protons to become excited to the higher energy state Various measurements can then taken as
the RF pulse is removed and the protons release the absorbed energy. (Note : planck’s constant h =6.6 x10
34
j.s.)
46. How much power is required to excite a single proton exposed in a 1.5T field by a 2 second RF pulse?
a) 4. 22 x 10
26
W b) 1. 44 x 10
24
W
c) 6.36 x10
38
W d) 2.11 x 10
26
W
47. All ofr the following will affect the ratio of protons given in Equation 1 EXCEPT:
a) Increasing the magnetic field
b) Decreasing the temperature.
c) Targeting other elemental protons other than
1
H
d) Increasing the wavelength of the RF pulse.
48. If the magnetic field strength were doubled, how would the energy required to excite a proton from the lower energy
to the higher energy spin change?
a) It would double b) There would be no change
c) It would decrease by onehalf d) It would increase by onehalf.
49. A uniform magnetic field, B, runs at a height h parallel to the ground. A free electron (mass m
e
) is placed in the field,
initially moving at speed v in the opposite direction to the field. Neglecting air resistance, what is the magnitude of
the net force on the electron?
a) m
e
g + evB b) m
e
g  evB c) m
e
g d)
2 2
e
) evB ( ) g m ( +
50. How many times greater is the energy of a 10
19
Hz Xray photon than the energy of the RF photon used in the MRI
described in the passage, when the applied field is 1.5T?
a) 6. 39 x 10
6
b) 1.57 x 10
17
c) 2.35 x 10
11
d) 3.52 x 10
11
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Questions 51  54 are based on the following passage
Consider a series of the form
1 1 1
3 1 2
1 2 3
( ) ( ) ( )
.............
( ) ( ) ( )
f x f x f x
f x f x f x
+ + +
the sum of such a series can be obtained in the following way;
Step1: Obtain the product
1 2
( ) ( )......... ( ) ( )
n
f x f x f x g x · (say)
Step2: Take log of both the sides, then
1 2
log ( ) log ( ) ............. log ( ) log ( )
n
f x f x f x g x + + + ·
Step3: Differentiate bothe sides w.r to x,
1 1 1 1
1 2
1 2
( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
.............
( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
n
n
f x f x f x g x
f x f x f x g x
+ + + ·
The above method can be extended for the sum of infinite returns of the series provided the series is convergent.
51. The sum of n terms of the series
3 7
2 4 8
1 2 4 8
.....
1 1 1 1
x x x
x x x x
+ + + +
+ + + +
is
a)
1
2
2
1 2
1
1
n
n
n x
x
x
−
−
−
−
b)
1
2
2
1 2
1
1
n
n
n x
x
x
−
+
−
+
c)
1
2
2
1 2
1
1
n
n
n
x
x
x
−
− −
−
−
d)
1
2
2 2
1 1
2
1 1
n
n n
n
x
x x
− ]
− +
]
− + ]
52. If 1 x < then the sum to infinite terms of the series given in above question is
a)
1
1 x −
b)
1
1 x +
c)
1
1 x −
d) 1
53. If
1 2 3
sin sin sin ...........sin ( )
n
f θ θ θ θ · θ then
1 2 3
cot cot cot ..........cot
n
θ + θ + θ + θ ·
a) 1
( )
( )
f
f
θ
θ
b)
1
( )
( )
f
f
− θ
θ
c)
1
log ( )
( )
f
f
θ
θ
d)
1
( )
( )
f
f
θ
θ
54. The value of the product
1
2 4 8 2
(1 ) (1 ) (1 ) (1 ) ....... (1 )
n
x x x x x
−
+ + + + +
is
a)
2
1
1
n
x
x
−
−
b)
2
1
1
n
x
x
+
−
c)
2
(1 ) (1 )
n
x x − −
d)
2
2
1
1
n
n
x
x
−
+
Questions 55  95 are independent questions
55. f(x) = ax
2
+ bx + C, where
0 a ≠
. If f(1) < + 1, f(1) > 1 and f(3) <  4, the
a) b + 1 > 0 b) 8a + 1 < 0 c) a is negative d) b is positive
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56. In a class tournament, where the participants have to play each one game with another, two players fell ill after
playing three games each. If the total number of games played is 84, the number of players at the beginning was
a) 12 b) 10 c) 15 d) 18
57. If the tangents at Z
1
and Z
2
on the circle
3
Z r meet at P(Z ), · then Z
3
is
a)
2 1
2 1
Z Z
Z Z
+
b)
1 2
1 2
Z Z
Z Z
+
c)
2 1
2 1
Z Z
Z 2Z
+
d)
2 1
2 1
Z 2Z
Z Z +
58. If A = cor 84
o
cot 48
o
and B = tan 24
o
tan 12
o
, then
a) A = B b) 2A = B c) 2B = A d) A = B
59. The line y = m
1
x, y = m
2
x and y = m
3
x meet the line x + y = 1 at A, B, C respectively. If AB = BC, then 1 + m
1
, 1+ m
2
, 1+
m
3
are
a) in A.P. b) in G.P.
c) in H.P. d) not the terms of a progression
60. In ∆ABC, a coordinates of A are (4, 6),
π
BAC=
3
and AB= 12. The middle point of AC is (4, 12). Then the radius
of the incircle of the ABC ∆ is
a)
3 3
b)
2 3
c)
4 3
d)
3
61. A point of contact of a tangent of slope 1 to the ellipse
2 2
1
576 49
x y
+ ·
is
a)
576 49
,
25 25
 `
−
. ,
b)
576 7
,
25 25
 `
−
. ,
c)
576 7
,
25 25
 `
− −
. ,
d)
24 7
,
25 25
 `
−
. ,
62. The points with position vectors
, , and , a b a b a k b + − +
are collinear
a) for a finite number of real values of k b) for no real value of k
c) for all real values of k d) for infinite number of real values of k
63. If the position vectors of A, B, C, D on a plane are
, , , d a b c
and if ( 2d). ( ) b c b c + − −
( 2d) . ( ) 0 c a c a · + − − · then D is
a) circumcentre of
∆ABC
b) incentre of
∆ABC
c) orthocentre of
∆ABC
d) centroid of
∆ABC
64. The position vectors of P, Q, R with respect to O are 3i  2 j + k, i + 3 j+ 4 k
G G G G G G
and 2i + j  2 k
G G G
respectively.
Then the distance of P from the plane OQR is
a) 2 b)
11
3
c) 1 d) 4
65. An ordinary die is rolled n times. The probability of getting an odd number 2 times is equal to the probability of
getting an even number 3 times. Then the probability of getting an odd number, odd number of times is equal to
a)
1
16
b)
1
32
c)
3
16
d)
1
2
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66. The domain of definition of y given by
2 1
x cos y π
−
− · is
a)
 2π, π π, 2π
] ]
∪
] ]
b) [ 2 , ] [ , 2 ] π π π π − − ∪
c)
2 2
, ,
2 2 2 2
π π π π
] ]
− − ∪
] ]
] ]
d)
4 , , 4
4 4
π π
π π
] ]
− − ∪
] ]
] ]
67. If f(x) = Max {1, cos x + sin x, sin x  cos x}
5
0 ,
4
x
π
≤ ≤
then
a) f(x) is not differentiable at x =
6
π
b) f(x) is not differentiable at
5
x =
6
π
c) f(x) is continuous for
5
x 0,
4
π ]
∈
]
]
d) None of these
68. ( )
2
2 2
cos
tan 1
sin 2cos
d
θ
θ
θ θ
−
+
∫ is equal to
a)
2 2
log tan 1 tan 2 c θ θ
]
− + + +
]
b)
2 2
log tan 1 tan 2 c θ θ
]
− − + +
]
c)
1 2
tan (tan 2) θ
−
+ d)
1 2
cot (tan 2) θ
−
+
69. The value of
2
1 (3 4 )
n
n
n
Lt
r r n
→∞
+
∑
a)
1
14
b) 2 c)
1
2
d)
3
2
70.
3
1
cot
π
π
−
−
∫
cot x dx is equal to
a)
2
2π
b)
2
3π
c)
2
9π
d)
2
16π
71. The differential equation of all those lines which are at a unit distance from the origin is
a)
2 2
1
dy dy
y x
dx dx
 `  `
− · −
. , . ,
b)
2
1
dy dy
y x
dx dx
 `
+ · +
. ,
c)
2 2
1
dy dy
y x
dx dx
 `  `
− · +
. , . ,
d)
2 2
1
dy dy
y x
dx dx
 `  `
− · −
. , . ,
72. If
2cos 2 1, 4 2 cos 2
3 6, 3
θ θ − −
are the first three terms of an A.P, then the common difference of A.P is
a) 2 b) 3 c) 1 d) 4
73. The number of ways in which 18 dice can be thrown so that each face is displayed exactly thrice is
a)
3
6
b)
( )
6
3 c)
( )
6
3
18
d)
( )
6
18
3
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74. The number of terms with rational coefficients in the expansion of
( )
6
3
2 3 x y z + + is
a) 6 b) 7 c) 5 d) 8
75. The last two digits of the number
400
3
are
a) 81 b) 43 c) 29 d) 01
76. If [.] denotes the greatest integer function and if 1 0, 0 1,1 2, x y z − ≤ < ≤ < ≤ < then the
[ 1] [ ] [ ]
[ ] ( 1] [ ]
[ ] [ ] [ 1]
x y z
volue of x y z
x y z
+
+
+
is
a) [ x ] b) [ y ] c) [ z ] d) 0
77. The number of points in the complex plane satisfying the conditions 2 2 (1 ) (1 ) 4 Z and Z i Z i − · − + + ·
is
a) 1 b) 2 c) 0 d) more than 2
78. If x sec tan α = y sec tan y y a α β β + + · then sec sec α β ·
a)
2 2
2 2
a y
x y
+
+
b)
2 2
2 2
a y
x y
+
−
c)
2 2
2 2
x y
a y
+
+
d)
2 2
2 2
x y
a y
−
−
79. If the two circles
2 2
2 2 0 x y gx fy + + + · and
2 2
2 ' 2 ' 0 x y g x f y + + + · touch each other, then
a) ff' = gg' b) f'g = fg' c)
2 2 2 2
f g = f' g d) fg' + f'g = 0
80. A B C is a triangle formed by the common tangents to the circles
2 2
x 6 0 y x + − · and
2 2
2 0. x y x + + · Then
a) the centroid of the
∆ABC
is (1, 0) b) circumradius of the
∆ABC
is
4
3
c) area of the
∆
is
2 3
d) the angle BAC is 90
o
81. If
2 2
2 2
1,
x y
a b
+ · (a > b) and
2 2 2
x y c − · cut at right angles, then
a)
2 2 2
2 a b c · ·
b)
2 2 2
2 b a c − ·
c)
2 2 2
2 a b c − ·
d)
2 2 2
2 a b c ·
82. The period, if it exists, of f, defined by ( 2) ( 6)( ) f x f x x R + · − + ∀ ∈ is
a) 2 b) 8 c) 4 d) period does not exist
83. The set of values of ‘a’ for which
{ } { }
( ) sin cos
x x
f x
a a
 `  `  `
· +
. , . , . ,
is maximum is ({x} denotes the fractional
part of x)
a) (0, ) ∞ b)
,
4
π  `
∞
. ,
c)
1
0,
π
 `
. ,
d)
4
0,
π
 `
. ,
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84. The chord joining the points where x = P and x = q on the curve
2
y ax bx c · + + is parallel to the tangent at the
point on the curve whose abscissa is
a)
1
( )
2
p q +
b)
1
( )
2
p q −
c)
2
pq
d)
1
( )
2
q p −
85. The tangents at P and Q on the parabola x
2
= 4y meet at T. If S is the focus, then
a) ST
2
= SP . SQ b) ST
2
= 2SP . SQ c) St = SP . SQ d) 2ST
2
= SP . SQ
86. The function R x , x c b ax f(x) ∈ + − · (where (a, b, c > 0) assume its minimum value at x = 0, if
a)
b a ≠
b)
c b ≠
c) a c ≠ d) a c >
87. If
/ 2
( 2) ( 3) ( 13) ,
x x x
+ · then the number of values of x is :
a) 2 b) 4 c) 1 d) none of these
88. Let ( ) , .
x x
f x e e x R
−
· + ∈ . Then
a) ( ) 2 . f x x R > ∀ ∈ b) ( ) y f x · represents a hyperbola
c)
2
( ) 4 y f x · + represents a parabola d) none of these
89. The area of the region bounded by the curve
4 2 5
(2 ) a y a x x · − is to that of the circle whose radius is a, is
given by the ratio
a) 4 : 5 b) 5 : 8 c) 2 : 3 d) 3 : 2
90.
2 2
sin sin
0
1
a a
t t
x
y x y
Lt e dt e dt is
x
→
+
¹ ¹
¹ ¹
−
' '
¹ ¹
¹ ¹
∫ ∫ (Here, a is a constant)
a) 0 b)
2
sin y
e
c)
2
sin
sin 2
y
y e
d) none of these
91. If f is a continuous function such that (0) (1) 0, f f · · '(1) 2 f · and
( )
( ) ( )
x f x
y x f e e · then '(0) y is
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) None of these
92. There are three piles of identical red, blue and green balls and each pile contains at least 10 balls. The number of
ways of selecting 10 balls if twice as many red balls as green balls are to selected is
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
93. The straight line
3 2 1
3 1 0
x y z − − −
· ·
is
a) parallel to xaxis b) parallel to yaxis
c) parallel to zaxis d) perpendicular to Zaxis
94. The equation of the sphere inscribed in a tetrahedron whose faces are x = 0, y = 0 and 2x  y + 2z = 4 is
a)
2 2 2
4 4 4 8 0 x y z x y z + + − + − + · b)
2 2 2
4 4 4 8 0 x y z x y z + + − − − + ·
c)
2 2 2
4 4 4 8 0 x y z x y z + + + − + + · d)
2 2 2
4 4 4 8 0 x y z x y z + + − − + + ·
95. If 1
2
+ + x x is a factor of
,
2 3
d cx bx ax + + +
then the real root of
0
2 3
· + + + d cx bx ax
is
a)
a
d
−
b)
a
c
c)
a
b
d) none of these
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The graph of derivative of a function ( ) f x is given (i.e.
1
( ) y f x · ) Analyse the graph in the given domain and
answer the following questions if it is given that (0) 0 f · .
y
a a
x
0
96. The function
1
( ) f x is
a) even b) odd c) indefinite d) neithr even nor odd
97. The graph of ( ) y f x · has
a) no inflexion point b) one point of inflexion
c) one extreme point d) two extreme points
98. The value of the integral
( )
a
a
f x dx
−
∫
is
(a) 0 b) a c) 2a d)
0
2 ( )
a
f x dx
∫
99. The function ( ) f x for
a x a − ≤ ≤
is
a) always decreasing
b) always increasing
c) increasing for ( , 0) a − & decreasing for (0, ) a
d) increasing for (0, ) a & decreasing for ( , 0) a −
100. The function ( ) f x is
a) even b) odd
c) neither even nor odd d) indefinite
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Questions 101 to 105 are based on the following passage
Just prior to World War I,the German chemist Fritz Haber developed a method for the largescale production of
ammonia from atmospheric nitrogen and hydrogen. Reaction 1 shows the equilibrium that is established between
nitrogen, hydrogen, and ammonia gases.
) g ( 2NH ) g ( H 3 ) g ( N
3 2 2
+ (Reaction 1)
At 298 K, the quilibrium constant for this reaction is about
5
10 6 ∞
. The reaction however proceeds very slowly.
From the kinetic aspect, the solution to this problem was to raise the temperature at which the reaction is carried out.
However, raising the temperature favours the formation of the reactants. the van’t Hoff equation provides a way of
estimating the dependence of the equilibrium constant on the temperature.
,
`
.

−
∆
− ·
1 2
0
1
2
T
1
T
1
R
H
K
K
In
(Equation 1)
Where K
1
and K
2
are the equilibrium constants at T
1
and T
2
respectively,
0
H ∆
is the standard change in enthalpy
of the reaction, presumed to be temperatureindependent, and R is the universal gas constant. Using this equation
with T
1
=298 K, the ratio of the equilibrium constant at 800 K to that 298 K is
11
298
800
10 7
K
K
−
× ·
(Equation 2)
The Haber process makes use of a catalyst composed of partially oxidized iron with a small amount of aluminum
added. As gaseous nitrogen and oxygen are circulated over (and adsorb onto) the catalytic surface, ammonia is
condensed out of the misture. Because the iron oxide catalyst is in a different phase than the reactant species, this
process is an example of heterogeneous catalysis.
101. Which of the following is the most likely role of the catalytic iron oxide surface in the Haber process?
a) It facilitates the desorption of gaseous ammonia from the surface
b) It interacts with the adsorbed N2 molecules and facilitates their dissociation
c) It interacts with the ammonia molecules and weakens the NH bonds.
d) It stabilizes the ammonia, making the reaction more thermodynamically favorable.
102. Which of the following statements about the decomposition reaction of ammonia into nitrogen hydrogen is FALSE?
a) Its equilibrium constant at 298 K is less than 1.
b) Its equilibrium constant at 800 K is less than 1
c) It is endothermic
d) It leads to an increase in entropy
103. A scientist tries to synthesize ammonia in the laboratory?. If she wants to force the reaction to completion, which of
the following methods should she NOT use?
a) Cool the reaction bulb in an ice bath and increase the overall pressure.
b) Remove some of the ammonia as it is formed.
c) Transfer the gases to a larger bulb that is being heated on a hot plate.
d) Transfer the gases to a smaller bulb at room temperature
104. What is the approximate equilibrium constant of Reaction 1 at 800 K?
a) 1 x 10
16
b) 4 x 10
7
c) 1 x 10
6
d) 4 x 10
5
105. Which of the following molecules will react with H
2
O
4
and have the highest K
eq
for the reaction?
a) CH
3
CONH
2
b) CH
3
CH
2
NH
2
c) (CH
3
CH
2
)
2
NH d) C
6
H
5
NH
2
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Questions 106 to 110 are independent Question
106. Which of the following factors does not contribute to the energy ) ε (
α
of a system that has a large number of
molecules (N) ?
a) Electronic b) Nuclear c) Vibrational d) Thermal
107. Eugenol is a dental anesthetic that is isolated from oil of cloves . The structure is shown below . What functional
group are present in this toothache remedy ?
C C C H
2
− = OH
3
OCH
H
2
H
a) aromatic ring ,alkene , alcohol ,and ether b) cycloalkyl ring , alkene , alcohol , and ester
c) aromatic ring , alkyne , ether and ester d) aromatic ring ,alkene , alcohol and ester
108. The following values of a sample of gas were measured in the lab : P = 1.5 atm ; V = 10.3 L ; T = 298.0 K . Based on
these measurements ,a student calculated the number of moles using the equation PV = nRT. Which calculated value
has the correct number of significant figures ? (Note : the value of R is 0.08206 L atm
) mol K
1 1 −
a) 0.63 mol b) 0.632 mol c) 0.6318 mol d) 0.63180 mol
109. The JouleThompson experiment is a constantenthalpy process measuring
H
P
T
,
`
.

∂
∂
as real gases undergo :
a) an isothermal compression b) an isentropic expansion
c) a throttled adiabattic expansion d) an adiabatic compression
110. What is the length of the bond between C1 and C2 in the structure shown below ?
1
2
3 4
5
6
a) the length of a carboncarbon bond in an alkane
b) the length of a carboncarbon double bond in an alkene
c) shorter than the length of a carboncarbon double bond in an alkene
d) between the length of a carboncarbon bond in an alkane and the length of a carboncarbon dould bond in an
alkene.
Questions 111 to 112 are based on the following passage
Refer to the structures of Daldoses below that are syntheized from Dglyceraldhyde to answer question 6  7
OH CH
2
CHO
H
OH
OH
OH
H
H
HO
H
OH CH
2
CHO
H
OH
OH
H
H
HO
HO H
OH CH
2
CHO
OH
OH
H
H
HO H
H OH
OH CH
2
CHO
OH H
H
OH
HO
HO H
H
Glucose  D
Mannose  D
Altrose  D
Galactose  D
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111. what is the most specific relationship between Dglucose and Daltrose ?
a) diastereomers b) enantiomers c) epimers d) not stereoisomers
112. Of the four structures shown, which are diastereomers of Dglucose ?
a) Dmannose b) Dgalactose and Dmannose
c) Dmannose, Daltrose, and Dgalactose d) Daltrose
Questions 113 to 117 are independent Question
113. Which of the following statements about chemical equilibrium is accurate ?
I) Equilibrium is reached when
∆G
(free energy change) equals zero.
II)
o
∆G
(standard free energy change) = RT in
eq
K
(where T = temperature, R = gas constant, ·
eq
K equilibrium constant.)
III)
o
∆G
is Independent of pressure.
a) I only b) II and II c) I and II d) I, II, and III
114. Which of the following alcohols would undergo dehydration by an E1 mechanism the fastest ?
a)
OH
b)
OH
c)
OH
d)
HO
115. Many chemists consider the electronegativity of helium to be undefined. Why ?
a) The small size of helium makes its electronegativity difficult to measure
b) Helium does not have innershell electrons
c) Helium atoms are electrically neutral
d) Helium does not form bonds with other elements
116. Use the van der Waals equation given below to answer question . The van der Waals equation is used to predict the
behavior of real gases. a and b are constants specific for a particular gas. Their values can be obtained by
experiment or from a reference book.
nRT nb V
V
a
· −
,
`
.

+ ) (
n
P
2
2
vander Waals Equation
The constant a and b have positive values. What is the expected difference between using the ideal gas law,
PV = nRT, to calculate the pressure from measured variables, and using van der Waals equation to calculate
pressure from measured variables ?
a) The pressure will always be lower when calculated with van der Waals equation.
b) The pressure will always be greater when calculated with van der Waals equation.
c) The pressure will always be the same when calculated with van der Waals equation.
d) Whether the value for pressure is lower or greater when calculated with van der Waals equation will depend
upon the real volume and temperature.
117. Use Kohlrausch’s law to calculate the conductivity ) (λ
o
of OH. NH
4
Use the fact that
248 λ , 150 λ
o(NaOH) Cl) o(NH
4
· · and . 127 λ
o(NaCl)
· The units of
o
λ are
. mol cm Ohm
1 2 1 −
a) 525 b) 29 c) 271 d) 98
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Questions 118 to 119 are based on the following passage
FriedelCrafts acylation is a reaction of an acid chloride with an activated aryl ring. Use the example reaction
OH
Cl
C
3 2
CH CH
O
→
3
AlCl
OH
O C =
3 2
CH CH
O C =
3 2
CH CH
OH
118. The FriedelCrafts acylation is a(n):
a) substitution reaction b) elimination reaction
c) addition reaction d) redox reaction
119. Which of the following aryl compounds would be most reactive with an acid chloride to form an aryl ketone ?
a) b)
OCH
c)
2
NO
d)
NC
CN
Questions 120 to 145 are independent Question
120. The following an unbalanced reaction :
O(g) H (g) CO (g) O (l) O H C
2 2 2 11 22 12
+ → +
How many moles of oxygen gas are required to burn one mole of ? O H C
11 22 12
a) 1 b) 6 c) 12 d) 24
121. An unknown compound is oxidized to a carboxylic acid, in the presence of potassium permanganate. The same
compound is oxidized to an aldehyde, losing an  α hydrogen in the pressence of pyridinium chlorochromate
). Cl CrO NH H (C
3 5 5
−
The compound is also known to exhibit mild acidic properties since it reacts with active
metals (e.g. Na) liberating hydrogen gas, Based on these facts this compound is most likely :
a) a primary amine. b) a secondary ketone
c) a primary alcohol d) a primary ketone
122. What is true about an 2 S
N
reaction ?
I) A carbocation intermediate formed
II) The rate determing step is bimolecular
III) The mechanism has two steps
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) I only b) II only
c) I and III only d) I, II, and III
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123. For question refer to Habeer process shown below :
C
o
n
c
e
n
t
r
a
t
i
o
n
→ Time
A
B
C
2 2 2
N (g)+3H (g) 2NH (g) U
In 1912 Fritz Haber developed the Habber process for making ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen. His develop
ment was crucial for the German war effort of World wat I, providing the Germans with ample fixed nitrogen for the
manufacture of explosives.
The Habber process takes plae at 500°C and 200 atm. It is an exothermic reaction. The graph below shows the
change in concentrations of reactants and products as the reaction processes.
Instead of developing a catalyst, why don’t Haber increase the rate of the reaction by raising the temperature ?
a) The Haber process is exothermic, so raising the temperature would have lowered the rate of the reaction.
b) The Haber process is exothermic, so raising the temperature would have reduced the yield of the reaction.
c) Higher temperatures would have caused an increase in pressure lowering the yield of the reaction.
d) Higher temperatures might have decomposed the hydrogen.
124. Direction : Use the following information to answer question . Objects radiate heat at a given by the following
equation.
4
AT P σε ·
where P is the rate at which heat is radiated, σ is the StefanBoltzman constant
), K m W 10 (5.67
4 2 8 − − −
×
ε is
the emmissivity fo the object’s surface having a value between zero and one, A is the surface area, and T is the
temperature in Kelvin.
The rate at which objects absorb heat from their environment is given by the same equation except that T is the
temperature of the environment. The net rate of energy exchange due to radiative process is given by :
) ( P
4 4
n
T T A
env
− ·σε
where
n
P is the net rate of energy exchange and
env
T is the temperature of the environment.
An object 10 degrees warmer than the room in which it sits. In which of the following circumstance will the object
reach room temperature the fastest ?
a) The room is 0°C and the object is white. b) The room is 0°C and the object is black
c) The room is 10°C and the object is white d) The room is 10°C and the object is black
125. Which of the following statements concerning Michael addition is not true ?
a) The process involves nucleophilic addition
b) Carbanions are added to α,  β unsaturated carbonyl compounds forming carboncarbon bonds.
c) A base is necessary to initiate the addition
d) Compounds such as ammonia, primary and secondary amines oftern tend to inhibit Michael addition
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126. Cyelohexanol is a solid in a cool room, while cyclohexane is a liquid, what is the explanation for the different
states ?
a) Cyclohexanol has greater London Dispersion force than cyclohexane
b) Cyclohexanol has weaker London Dispersion forces than cyclohexane
c) Cyclohexanol has hydrogen bonding and cyclohexane does not
d) Cyclohexane has hydrogen bonding and cyclohexanol does not
127. A researcher wishes to have two 20.0 L chambers containing equal amounts (moles) of oxygen gas, one at 5 atm and
the other at 3 atm. Is this possible ?
a) Yes, if the oxygen samples in the contains have different densities
b) Yes, if the oxygen samples in the containers are at different temperatures
c) No, because once the volume and the number of moles of an ideal gas are known, all other parameters are
determined
d) No, because volume and pressure are inversely proportional for an ideal gas
128. Direction : Use the diagram below to answer question . The isotherms of O H
2
are shown as solid lines on pressure
vs. molar volume phase diagram below
/atm P
218
85
15
liquid
vapor liquid +
C 400°
C 374°
C 300°
C 200°
V
vap
o
r
What is the name for O H
2
at 219 atm and 375°C ?
a) liquid b) vapor c) supercritical fluid d) ice IX
129. 15.0 A were passed through a lead storate cell for 1.25 hours. During this time how much electricity (q) passed
through the cell. (Note “q” = coulombs of electricity.)
a) q = (15. 0A) (1.25 hr) b)
) hr sec 0 1.25hr(360
15.0A
1 
c)
) hr sec (3600
1
(1.25hr) (15.0A) q
−
·
d)
15.0A
) hr sec (3600 (1.25hr)
q
1 −
·
130. The rate of precipitate formation increases for the reaction of 1bromobutane with Nal as the concentration of Nal is
increased. When the concentration of NaI is increased in the reaction of 2chloro2methylpropane. no rate change
is observed. Why is there a change in rate in the first case and not in the second ?
a)
−
Cl
is a better leaving group than
. Br
−
b)
−
Br
is a better leaving group than
−
Cl
c) 1bromobutane proceeds via a 2 S
N
mechanism, while 2chloro2methylpropane proceeds via a 1 S
N
mechanism.
d) 1bromobutane proceeds via a 1 S
N
mechanism, while 2chloro2methylpropane proceeds via a 2 S
N
mechanism.
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131. An aromatic compound contains 69.4% carbon and 5.8% hydrogen. A sample of 0.303 g of this compound was
analysed for nitrogen by Kjeldahl’s method. The ammonia evolved was absorbed in 50 ml. . of 0.05 M sulphuric acid.
The excess of acid required 25 ml. of 0.1 M sodium hydroxide for neutralization. Determine the molecular formula of
the compound if its molecular weight is for neutralization. Determine the molecular formula of the compound if its
molecular weigh is 121.
a) NO H C
7 7
b) NO H C
5 6
c) NO CH H C
2 5 5
d) None of these
132. One emission line in the spectrum of the hydrogen atom occurs at a wavenumber of 23,032. Assuming the Rydberg
constant is 109, 678, the line represents a transition between which two quantum levels ?
a) 2 n 5 n · → · b) 1 n 5 n · → · c) 1 n 4 n · → · d) 1 n 3 n · → ·
133. Which of the following graphs below best represents the distribution of the blackbody radiation at several
temperatures ?
a)
E
n
e
r
g
y
Wavelength
1
0
0
0
K
1
5
0
0
K
2
0
0
0
K
2
5
0
0
K
3
0
0
0
K
b)
E
n
e
r
g
y
Wavelength
1000K
1500K
2000K
2500K
3000K
c)
E
n
e
r
g
y
Wavelength
1500K
2000K
2500K
3000K
d)
E
n
e
r
g
y
Wavelength
1
5
0
0
K
2
5
0
0
K
2
0
0
0
K
3
0
0
0
K
1
0
0
0
K
134. Usae the table shown below to answer question
Acid
a
pK
COOH CH CH
2 3
COOH CH
3
COOH CH CH CH
2 2 3
COOH CH CH ClCH
2 2 2
COOH ClCH
2
CCOOH Cl
3
4.87
4.74
4.82
4.52
2.86
0.64
Which of the following has the most acidic proton ?
a) COOH CH CH
2 3
b) COOH CH
3
c) COOH ClCH
2
d) CCOOH Cl
3
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135. When 16.8 g of white solid X were heated, 4.4 g of acid gas A that turned lime water milky was driven off together with
1.8 g of a gas B which condensed to a colourless liquid. The solid that remained, Y, dissolved in water to give an
alkaline solution, which with excess barium chloride solution gave a white precipitate Z. Thje precipitate effervesced
with acid giving off carbon dioxide.
Which of the following statement(s) give the correct result of the identification
I) X is
3
NaHCO II) A is
2
CO and B is O H
2
III) X is
3
BaCO IV) Y is
3 2
CO Na
a) II & III
b) only III
c) I, II & IV
d) The given information is not sufficient for identification.
136. A metal complex having composition Br Cl ) Cr(NH
2 4 3
has been isolated in two forms (A) and (B). The form
(A) reacts with
3
AgNO to give a white precipitate readily soluble in dilute aqueous ammonia, whereas (B) gives
a pale yellow precipitate soluble in concentrated ammonia. Calculate their magnetic moments (spin  only value).
a) BM 15 2 b) BM 5 2
c) BM 15 d) BM 5
137. Several types of organics compounds undergo elimination to form alkenes when heated to relatively high
temperatures. Which of the compounds below does not exhibit this tendency ?
a) ester) an ( CHR OCH  C R
'
2 2
−
O
b)
xanthate) (a CHR OCH  C  S  R
'
2 2
S
c)
3
OCSCH
H
S
) (CH
3
3C
H
d)
C H
2
OH
C
OH
C H
2
C
O
O
138. The polymerization reaction with adipic acid to form Nylon 6.6 is shown below, Nylon 6.6 is a(n)
COOH ) nHOOC(CH NH ) N(CH nH
4 2 2 3 2 2
+
H OH C ) NHC(CH ) NH(CH
4 2 6 2
O
O 1)H (2n
2
−
O
6.6 Nylon
a) polyster b) polymide
c) dicarboxylic acid d) diamine
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139. The Haber process can be represented by the following scheme :
Identify A, B, C, D
3
CaCO
2
CO
CaO
O H
2
A
D NaHCO
3
+ NaCl
O H C
2
+ E O H NH
2 3
+ +
B
O H , NH
2 3
a)
2
Ca(OH)
2
CaCl
3
CaCO
2 3
) Ca(HCO
b)
3 4
O HC NH
3 2 3
O C ) (NH Cl NH
4 3
NH
c)
3 2
CO Na
3
NaHCO NaOH NaCl
d) Cl NH
4
OH NH
4 3
NH
3 2 3
O C ) (NH
140. Find the equilibrium constant for the reaction,
K 298 at Cu In Cu In
3 2 2 + + +
+ → +
Given : V 0.42 E 0.40V, E 0.15V; E
0
/In In
0
/In In /Cu Cu
3 2 2
− · − · ·
+ + + + + +
a)
10
10
b)
8
10
c)
6
10
d) none of these
141. The reactions below represents a possible mechanism for the chlorination of methane. Indicate which of the
statements below is (are) true.
Mechanism
1)
2Cl. Cl
ligh uv
2
÷ ÷ ÷ → ÷
2)
3 4
CH HCl CH Cl ⋅ + → + ⋅
3) Cl CH Cl Cl CH
3 2 3
⋅ + → + ⋅ 4)
2
Cl Cl Cl → ⋅ + ⋅
5) Cl CH Cl CH
3 3
→ ⋅ + ⋅
I. Steps (2), (3) and (4) represents the chain propagating steps,.
II. If we add oxygen to the reaction vessel, the series of reactions shown above would proceed more rapidly,
oxygen would catalyst the reaction.
III. Step (4) is most likely the rate determinant step.
IV. Step (5) represents a possible termination step for the reaction
a) I only b) II only c) IV only d) II and IV only
142. The density of mercury is 13.6 g/ml. Calculate approximately the diameter of an atom of mercury assuming that
each atom is occupying a cube of edge length equal to the diameter of the mercury atom.
a) cm A 91 . 2 b) cm A 44 . 2 c) cm A 36 . 1 d) cm A 98 . 1
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143. The vaour pressure of the two miscible liquids (A) and (B) are 300 and 500 mm of Hg respectively. In a flask 10 moles
of (A) is mixed with 12 moles of (B). However, as soon as (B) is added , (A) starts polymerizing into a completely
insoluble solid. The polymerization follows firstorder kinetics. After 100 minutes, 0.525 mole of a solute is dissolved
which arrests the polymerization completely. The final vapour pressure of the solution is 400 mm of Hg. Estimate the
rate of constant of the polymerization reaction. Assume negligible volume change on mixing and poilymerization and
ideal behaviour for the final solution.
a)
1 5
min 10 303 . 2
− −
×
b)
1 4
min 10 303 . 2
− −
×
c)
1 4
min 10 005 . 1
− −
×
d)
1 4
min 10 905 .
− −
×
144. Nitro benzene is formed as the major product along with a minor product in the reaction of benzene with a hot mixture
of nitric acid and sulphuric acid. The minor product consists of carbon : 42.86%. hydrogen : 2.40% nitroge : 16.67%,
and oxygen : 38.07% (i) Calculate the empirical formula of the minor product. (II) when 5.5 g of the minor product is
dissolved in 45g of benzene, the boiling point of the solution is 1.84 °C higher than that of pure benzene. The molar
mass of the minor product and its molecular and structurral formula is.
a) The Molar mass is 184 g
1
mol
−
and the product is mdinitrobenzene
b) The molar mass is 184 g
1
mol
−
and the product is 2
3 2 2
2(C H NO )
c) The molar mass is 168 g
1
mol
−
and the product is
2 2 4 6
) (NO H C
d) The molar mass is 253 g
1
mol
−
and the product is
2 2 4 6
) (NO H C
145. The standard molar enthalpies of formation of cyclohexane(l) and benzene (l) at 25°C are 156 and +49 kJ
1
mol
respectively. The standard enthalpy of hydrogenation of cyclohexene (l) at 25°Cis 119 kJ
1
mol
. Use these data to
estimate the magnitude of the resosnance energy of benzene
a)
1
Jmol 357 
b)
1
Jmol 205 
c)
1
Jmol 152 
d)
1
Jmol 562 
Questions 146 to 150 are based on the following passage
One technological application of thermodynamics in our society is in the form of heat packs and cold packs. These
devices contain chemicals, which react in an endothermic or exothermic chemical reaction. Commonly, cold packs
contain ammonium nitrate and water in two separate compartments. When the contents of the separate compartments
are mixed, a chemical reaction occurs due to the high solubility of ammonium nitrate in water. The associated
enthalpy change is referred to as enthalpy of solution or heat of solution. The process of dissolution (Reaction 1) of
ammonium nitrate is highly endothermic and the cold pack absorbs heat from its surroundings, making it feel “cold”.
the enthalpies of solution and solubility values for a number of ionic compounds are listed in Table 1.
mol / kJ 69 . 25 H Standard ), aq ( NO ) aq ( NH ) s ( NO NH
rxn 3 4 3 4
+ · ∆ + ÷→ ÷
−
Reaction 1
Compound
H ∆
Solution Solubility in water
(kJ/mol) (g/100 mL)
Silver chloride 61 0.000089 (10 degrees C)
Sodium Chloride 26 35 . 7 (0 degrees C)
Lithium Fluoride 32 0.3 (18 degrees C)
Rubidium Fluoride 3 130 . 6 (18 degrees C)
Table 1
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The chemical processes which take place in hot packs are varied. One style of hot pack utilizes the energy changes
which are associated with the crystallization of sodium acetate (NaCH
3
CO
2
) in the presence of water (Reaction 2)
) s ( O H 3 . CO NaCH O(1) 3H aq)  CO CH (aq) a N
2 2 3 3 2 3
÷→ ÷ + + +
Standard mol / kJ 6 . 387 H
rxn
− · ∆ Reaction 2
Alternatively, the oxidation of transition metals, which is often exothermic, may be used to produce “heat” in a hot
pack. When elemental Iron reacts with oxygen in the atmosphere, it oxidizes (Fig.3). One advantage of this reaction
is the ability to package and store the iron in an environment void of oxygen unitl it is ready to use. If oxygen flow
is somewhat restricted, hot packs of this type can maintain a temperature of 58 to 68 degrees Celsius for hours.
) s ( O Fe 2 ) g ( O 3 ) s ( Fe 4
2 2 2
÷→ ÷ +
kJ/mol 4 . 1648 H tandard S
rxn
− · ∆
146. From the information given in the passage, the molar solubility of solubility of sodium chloride in water at 0 degrees
Celsius would be
a) 35.7 moles/L b) 0.611 moles/L c) 6.11 moles/L d) 1.64 moles/L
147. If 61.11 g of ammonium nitrate were dissolved in an excess of water, the amount of energy released would be
a) 61.1 kJ b) 0.764 kJ c) 19.62 kJ d) 25.69 kJ
148. The reason silver chloride would not be practical if used in a cold pack is
a) Silver chloride is not an ionic compound and is therefore not soluble in water.
b) Silver chloride has an enthalpy of solution that is too high
c) The solubility of silver chloride in water is too low
d) The dissolution of silver chloride in water is exothermic
149. What is the freezing point of a saturated aqueous solution of Lithium Fluoride (Kb=1.86 K/m)?
a) 1.86 degrees Celsius b) 0.186 degrees Celsius
c) 0.186 degrees Celsius d) 0.1 degrees Celsius
150. The entropy change involved in the oxidation of iron (Reaction 3) would have which of the following thermodynamic
effects?
a) At very high temperatures, the oxidation of iron would be nonspontaneous.
b) At very low temperatures, the oxidation of iron would be non  spontaneous
c) At very high temperatures, the entropy change would be favorable.
d) The entropy change would have no effect on the oxidation of iron.
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