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Question paper format and Marking scheme: 1. This question paper has 30 questions of equal weight age. Each question is allotted 4(four) marks for each correct response. 2. (one fourth) of total marks allotted to each question i.e., 1 mark will be deducted for indicating incorrect response 3. No deduction from the total score will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet. 4. There is only one correct response for each question. Filling up more than one response in each question will be treated as wrong response and marks for wrong response will be deducted accordingly.

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If the radius of 3rd orbit of Li2+ ion is x cm, then de Broglie wavelength of electrons in the first orbit is (in cm) 2x (2) (1) 6x 9 2x 8x (3) (4) 3 3 (2)

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n2 Z 2 r1 n1 1 1 = 2= 2= 9 r3 n2 3 x r1 = r = x 9 3 2r = n r
2 x = 1 9 2x = 9

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How many aromatic carbonyl compounds are possible for the molecular formula C8H8O ? (1) 5 (2) 6 (3) 4 (4) 3 (1)

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The correct IUPAC name for the compound [Co(NH3)4Cl(ONO)]Cl is : (1) Tetraamminechloridonitrito-N-cobalt(III)chloride (2) Chloridonitrito O - tetraamminecobalt(II)chloride (3) Dichloridonitrito-O-tetraamminecobalt(III) (4) Tetraamminechloridonitrito-O-cobalt(III)chloride (4) Cation is named first followed by anion. In coordination sphere the ligands are named alphabetically followed by name of metal ion and then its oxidation state in Roman numeral. In [Co(NH3)4Cl(ONO)]+Cl., cobalt is in +3 oxidation state and the complex is cationic. ONO ligand attach to metal ion through O atom ; so O- is used while naming as nitrito before the name of metal ion. Ammine for NH3 Page 2

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4. For the reaction : 2 FeS 2 +

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11 O2 Fe2O3 + 4 SO2 . What will be the equivalent weight of FeS2 , if 2 the molecular weight of FeS2 is M ? (1) M /8 (2) M (3) M /11 (4)Cant be calculated

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11 O2 Fe2O3 + 4 SO2 2 2Fe 2+ 2Fe 3+ (2 units) 4S1- 4S4+ ( 20 units) Two moles of FeS2 is losing 22 electrons n-factor of FeS2 = 11 ( for 1 mole) 2 FeS2 +
5. The correct order of rates of nitration in the following is
D D D

NO2

Cl

D D

II

III

IV

V
2) IV < V < I = III < II 4) I < III < II < V < IV

1) II < III < I < IV < V 3) IV < I = III < V < II

Sol. (2) a) Rate of electrophilic substitution reaction is increased by e-releasing groups or activators and decreased by e- withdrawing groups or deactivators - NO2 is strong deactivator, - Cl is weak deactivator, -CH3 is activator b) Formation of - complex or attack of electrophile on ring is rate determining step. c) No isotopic effect is observed in nitration of benzene 6. Which of the following statement is incorrect? (1) The superoxide ion (i.e., O2-) is stable only in presence of larger cations such as K,Rb, Cs. (2) Alkalimetals are normally kept in kerosene oil. (3) All the alkalimetal hydrides are ionic solids with high melting points. (4) The concentrated solution of alkali metals in liquid ammonia are strong paramagnetic in nature. (4) (1) Bigger anion is stabilised by bigger cation through lattice energy effect. (2) Because of their high reactivity towards air and water on account of their higher electropositive character (3) All alkali metals are highly basic in nature and, therefore, their hydrides are ionic solids with high melting points. (4) In concentrated solution, unpaired electrons with opposite spins are paired up-forming the solution diamagnetic.

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The bond enthalpy ( in kJ/mol) of one three centred two electron bond in

Given,

(1) 498 Sol. (2)

(2) 455

(C) 320

(D) 550

From the equation,

Now, for the formation of B2H6

8. (1)

on reaction with NBS in CCl4 gives the major product (2)


CHBr
Br

(3)
Br

(4)
CH2Br

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(4) It follows free radical mechanism.


CH2 CH
Br

Br

(I) and

(II)

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Which of the following statements is correct (1) If an element X has electronic configuration [Xe]5d106s1, then it belongs to s-block in modern periodic table. (2) The addition of an extra electron to Alkali metals is an endothermic process. (3) The first ionisation potential of Nitrogen is greater than that of Oxygen and Fluorine. (4) The removal of electron from gaseous halide ions is an endothermic process. (4) Element X belongs to d-block (gold) Heg = - ve for Alkali metals. (IP1)O < (IP1)N since electron is removed from Nitrogen from half filled 2p subshell. Extra stability of half-filled and fully filled electronic configurations is because of very high value of exchange energy in these configurations.

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+D is an elementary process. In an experiment, the initial (g) (g) pressure of A and B are P = 0.6 atm and P = 0.8atm . When P = 0.2atm, the rate of the A B C
reaction relative to the initial rate is (1) 1/48

The reaction A ( g ) + 2B ( g ) C

(3)
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9/16

(2) 1/24 1 (4) 6

(3) A +B C +D
g g g

0.6 0.8 -- -0 After (0.60.2) (0.80.4) 0.2 0.2 Rate after r = k ( 0.4 )( 0.4 )
2 2

r = k ( 0.6 )( 0.8 )
1

r r

1 2

1 6

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Stability of the following alkenes in increasing order is

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(1)
No. of hyperconjugation structures in I, III , IV and II are respectively 3,6,6 and 6. Trans is more stable then cis isomer

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Which of the following order is incorrect regarding oxyacids of chlorine and halogen acids ? (1) Thermal stability HClO < HClO2 < HClO3 < HClO4 (2) Acid strength HClO < HClO2 < HClO3 < HClO4 (3) Oxidising power HClO < HClO2 < HClO3 < HClO4 (4) Reducing power HF < HCl < HBr < HI (3) Oxidising power follows HClO > HClO2 > HClO3 > HClO4 The standard reduction potentials in acidic medium are 0.77V and 0.54V respectively for Fe3+ / Fe+2 and I 3 / I . The equilibrium constant for the reaction 2 Fe+3 + 3I 2 Fe2+ + I 3 is (antilog of 7.7834= 6.25 107 , antilog of 9.9123= 8.168 109 , antilog of 4.5011= 3.171104 , antilog of 2.1602= 1.446 102 )
(1) 6.25 107 (3) 3.171104 (2) 8.168 109 (4) 1.446 102

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(1) 2 Fe3+ + 3I 2 Fe +2 + I 31 0.0591 0.77 0.54 = log K eq 2 0.0591 0.23 = log K eq 2 log K eq = 7.7834
K eq = 6.26 107

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Z in the following sequence of reactions is

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(1)

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15. Sol. Which of the following does not react with AgCl (1) Na2S2O3 (2) NH4OH (3) NaNO3 (3) AgCl + 2 Na2 S 2O3 Na3 [ Ag ( S 2O3 ) 2 ] + 2 NaCl AgCl + 2 NH 4OH [ Ag ( NH 3 ) 2 ]Cl + 2 H 2O NaNO3 does not react with AgCl 3 AgCl + 2 Na3 AsO3 Ag 3 AsO3 + 3 NaCl

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(4) Na3AsO3

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How many unit cells are present in a cube shaped ideal crystal of NaCl of mass 1.00 g (1)2.57 x 1021 unit cells (2)5.14 x 1021 unit cells 21 (4)1.71 x 1021 unit cells (3)1.28 x 10 unit cells (1) Number of formula units of NaCl present in 58.5 g NaCl = 6.022 1023 6.022 1023 Number of formula units of NaCl present in 1 g NaCl = 58.5 4 formula units of NaCl form 1 unit cell 6.022 1023 1 6.022 1023 units of NaCl form unit cells = 2.57 1021 unit cells. 58.5 4 58.5 The reaction of 1-bromo-3-chlorocyclobutane with metallic sodium in dry ether gives

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(4) Bicyclo [1.1.0] is formed when 1-bromo-3-chlorocyclobutaneis treated with metallic sodium in dry ether

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Metaphosphoric acid exists in polymeric form and may have (1) A linear structure (2) A cyclic structure (3) Both linear as well as cyclic structures (4) None (3) Metaphosphoric (HPO3) exists in both linear as well as cyclic structures

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Barium ions, CN and Co +2 form an ionic complex. If this complex is 75% ionized in aqueous solution with Vant Hoff factor(i) equal to four and paramagnetic moment is found to be 1.73 BM(due to spin only) then hybridization state of Co(II) in the complex will be

(1) sp3d
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(2) d 2sp3

(3) sp3d 2

(4) dsp3

(4) as = 1.73, no of unpaired e = 1 , of complex = 0.75, i=4

Therefore no.of particles in the solution = 5 (i = 1 + ( n 1) )


Ba +2 Co ( CN ) y x = 3 and y=5 dsp3
2

Ba x Co ( CN ) y 2

Co + 2 [ Ar ] 4s 0 3d 7 ; e get paired

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n-propyl alcohol and iso-propyl alcohol can be chemically distinguished by which of the following (1) PCl5 (2) Reduction (3) Oxidation with potassium dichromate (4) ozonolysis (3) n-propyl alcohol on oxidation with potassium dichromate give propanoic acid iso-propyl alcohol on oxidation with potassium dichromate give acetic acid Which of the following statements(s) is false for XeF6 (1) Its partial hydrolysis gives XeOF4. (2) Hybridisation state of Xe is sp3d2. (3) It is prepared by the reaction of XeF4 and O2F2. (4) Its reaction with XeO3 gives XeOF4.
(2) XeF6 + H 2O XeOF4 + 2HF XeF4 + O 2 F2 XeF6 + O 2 XeO3 + 2XeF6 3XeOF4

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1 litre flask contains nitrogen along with a drop or two of water at 40o C, the total pressure being 760 Torr. If all the contents are transferred to another flask of 0.5L at the same temperature. The total pressure of nitrogen setup in the second flask will be (aqueous tension at 40o C = 55 torr) (1) 1410 Torr (2) 1465 Torr (3) 1520 Torr (4) 1540 Torr (2) Final pressure P2 (dry gas) + aq Tension
P1 (dry gas).V1 = P2 (dry gas).V2

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P1 = 760 55 = 705 Torr P2 = (705 1)/0.5 = 1410 Torr Now total pressure = 1410 + 55 = 1465 Torr Note: aq. Tension is independent of volume, depends on temperature 23.

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During estimation of nitrogen present in an organic compound by Kjeldahl's method, the ammonia evolved from 0.5 g of the compound in Kjeldahl's estimation of nitrogen,neutralized 10mL of 1M H2SO4 . Find out the percentage of nitrogen in the compound. (1) 50% (2) 32% (3) 56% (4) 36% (3) % compositon of N =
= 1.4x 10 x 2 0.5

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1.4xvolume of acidxNormality of acid wt of organic compound taken

= 56 %

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Which method of purification is represented by the equations

(1) Cupellation

(2) Polling

(3) Van Arkel

(4) Zone refining

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(3) van Arkel Method is used for Refining Zirconium or Titanium This method is very useful for removing all the oxygen and nitrogen present in the form of impurity in metals like Zr and Ti. The crude metal is heated in an evacuated vessel with iodine. The metal iodide being more covalent, volatilises Ti + 2I2 TiI4 The metal iodide is decomposed on a tungsten filament, electrically heated to about 1675K. The pure metal is thus deposited on the filament. TiI4 Ti + 2I2 The rates of radioactive decay of a sample are 3 108 dps and 3 107 dps after time 20 min and 43.03 minutes respectively. The fraction of radioactive atoms decaying per second is equal to 1 (1) (2)1 600 (3) 0.5 (4) 0.001
(1) = 2.303 r 2.303 3 108 log 1 = log t 2 t1 r2 23.03 3 107 dN 1 1 = N = 0.1min 1 = s dt 600

25.

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= 0.1 min1

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26. Which of the following is not a reducing carbohydrate `(1) Glucose (2) Fructose (3) Sucrose

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(4) None of these

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(3) The reducing groups of glucose and fructose are involved in glycosidic bond formation, sucrose is a non reducing sugar.

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Select the correct option. (1) H2O, H2S, H2Se : increasing order of bond angle. (2) F2, Cl2, Br2 : decreasing order of bond energy. (3) H2O, NH3, CH4 : decreasing order of acidic character. (4) H2O, H2O2, NH3 : decreasing order of extent of H-bonding. (3) 1) Decreasing order of bond angles 2) Cl2 > Br2 > F2 > I2 is the correct bond energy order (3) H2O, NH3, CH4 is the decreasing order of acidic character 4) H2O2, H2O, NH3 is the decreasing order of extent of H-bonding

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The solubility product of Mg(OH)2 is 1.2 10 at 250C. The concentration of Mg 3 precipitation of Mg(OH)2 when added to 1 10 M NaOH solution 1) 1.2 108 2) 1 106 3) 1.2 105

11

2+

required to start

4) 1.44 106

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(3)

Conc. of Ksp of

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Propan-1-ol can be prepared from propene by (1) H2O / H2SO4 (2) Hg (OAc)2 / H2O followed by NaBH4 (4) CH3CO2H / H2SO4 (3) B2H6 followed by H2O2/OH. (3)

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Anti Markownikoff addition 30. When potassium ferrocyanide is added to CuSO4 solution (1) White ppt is formed (2) Chocolate brown ppt is formed (3) Prussian blue is formed (4) Turnbull blue is formed (2) 2CuSO4 + K 4 [ Fe(CN )6 ] Cu2 [ Fe(CN )6 ] (Chocolate brown ppt) + 2 K 2 SO4

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