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EAMCET 2011(MEDICINE)

Maximum Marks: 40

Question paper format and Marking scheme: 1. This question paper has 40 questions of equal weight age. Each question is allotted 1 mark for each correct response. 2. No deduction from the total score will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet. 3. There is only one correct response for each question. Filling up more than one response in each question will be treated as wrong response

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Which one of the following frequencies of radiation (in Hz) has a wavelength of 600 nm? (1) 5.0 1014 (2) 2.0 1013 (3) 5.0 1016 (4) 2.0 1014

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(1) = 600 nm = 6 107 m


v= c

3 108 = 5 1014 Hz 7 6 10 m

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According to Bohrs theory, which one of the following values of angular momentum of hydrogen atom is not permitted? 0.5h 1.25h h 1.5h (1) (2) (3) (4) (2)
nh where n = 1, 2, 3,.. 2 1h 0.5h 2h h 3h 1.5h 1.25h is not permitted. mvr = = ; mvr = = mvr = = ; 2 2 2 mvr =

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123.

Which one of the following is correct order of second ionization potential of Na, Ne , Mg and Al? (1) Na < Mg < Ne < Al (2) Al < Na < Mg < Ne (3) Ne < Al < Na < Mg (4) Mg < Al < Ne < Na (4) 2nd I.P. values in eV Na(47.29); Ne(41.07) Mg(15.03); Al(18.823)
ii ii

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The formal charges of N


(1) -1, =1, 0 (3) -1, +1, 0

(1) ( 2 )

,N

and O atoms in : N = N = O : are respectively:


(2) +1, -1, 0 (4) +1, 1, 0

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(3) Formal chargeof an atom =


( No of valence e of the atom No of non bonded e- - No of shared e- )
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: N =N =O : (1) (2)
1 Formal charge of N(1) : = 5 4 ( 4 ) = 1 2 1 Formal charge of N( 2) = 5 0 ( 8 ) = +1 2
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Formal charge of oxygen = 0


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In which of the following pairs, the central atoms have the same number of lone pairs of electrons? (1) SCl 4 , CH 4 (2) PCl5 , BrF5 (3) XeF2 , ICl (4) XeF4 , ClO 4 (1) XeF2 has 3 lone pairs of electrons on central atom ICl has 3 lone pairs of electrons on each atom. 19 grams of a mixture containing NaHCO3 and Na2CO3 on complete heating liberated 1.12 lit. of CO2 at STP. The weight of the remaining solid was 15.9 g. What is the weight (in g) of Na2CO3 in the mixture before heating? (1) 10.6 (2) 8.4 (3) 15.9 (4) 4.0 (1)

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2 NaHCO3 Na2CO3( s ) + H 2O( g ) + CO2( g )


284 g 106

= 168 Loss in weight = 168-106 = 62 g. Actual loss in weight = 19-15.9 = 3.1 g. 6g loss in weight was due to decomposition of 2 84 g . of NaHCO3 2 84 3.1 3.1 g. loss in weight is due to decomposition of = = 8.4 g 62 Wt. of Na2CO3 = 19- 8.4 = 10.6 g. 127. Under which one of the following conditions do real gases approach the ideal gas behaviour? (1) Low temperature and low pressure (2) Low temperature and high pressure (3) High temperature and high pressure (4) High temperature and low pressure (4) Real gases approach ideal behaviour at high temperatures and low pressures. Which one of the following is the ratio of the lowering of vapour pressure of 0.1M aqueous solutions of BaCl2, NaCl and Al 2 ( SO 4 ) respectively? (1) 2 : 3 : 5 (2) 3 : 2 : 5 (3) 5 : 2 : 3 (4) 5 : 3 : 2 (2) Lowering of vapour pressure Conc. of solute particles NaCl Na + + Cl 2 ions

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BaCl Ba 2 + + 2Cl ( 3ions ) Al SO 2 Al 3 + + 3SO 2 ( 5ions ) 2 2 4 3 4 Lowering of vapour pressures ratio = 3 : 2 : 5 respectively.

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The volume in ml. of 0.1 M solution of NaOH required to completely neutralize 100 ml. of 0.3 M solution of H 3 PO 3 is: (1) 30 (2) 60 (3) 600 (4) 300 (3) N = M x n - factor 0.1 M NaOH = 0.1 N NaOH(NaOH is a mono acidic base) 0.3M H3PO3 = 0.6 N H3PO3 (H3PO3 is a Di basic acid) N1 V1 = N 2 V2 V 0.1 = 100 0.6 100 0.6 V= = 600 ml. 0.1 Match the following: List I (A) (B) (C) (D) Potential of Hydrogen electrode at pH = 10
Cu 2+ | Cu Zn | Zn 2+

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List II (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) 0.76 V 0.059 -0.591 V 0.337 V -0.76 V

2.303 RT F

The correct answer is: A B C (1) v i iv (2) iii i ii (3) ii v i (4) iii iv i Sol. (4) Hydrogen electrode H + + e H pH = 10 H + =11010 m 0.059 E = E0 + log H + n 0.059 = 0.00 + log (1 10 10 ) 1 http://www.chemistrycrest.com/

D ii v iv ii

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= 0.00 + 0.059 ( 10 ) = 0.00 0.59 = -0.59 V Cu 2 + | Cu E 0 = + 0.337 V red 2+ 0 = + 0.76 V Zn | Zn E ox 2.303RT = +0.059 V F

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131.

If the values of of NH4Cl, NaOH and NaCl are 130, 217 and 109 respectively. The of NH4OH in ohm 1 , cm 2 , equiv 1 is: (1) 456 (2) 238

(3) 196

(4) 22

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(2) NH OH = NH Cl + NaOH NaOH 4 4 = 130+217-109 NH OH = 238 ohm 1.cm 2 4 The number of unit cells present in 39 grams of potassium if it crystallizes as body centred cube is: (N = Avogadro number. At wt. of potassium = 39) N N N (1) N (2) (3) (4) 4 2 3 (3)

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Number of moles of potassium =

39 =1 39 Number of potassium atoms = 1 N = N 2 atoms make up 1 BCC unit cell N atoms make up ? N Number of unit cells present in 39 g of K = 2

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Which one of the following is true for an exothermic reaction A B , if Et and Eb are the activation energies of forward and backward reactions respectively? (1) Ef < E b (2) Ef > Eb (3) Ef = Eb (4) Ef = Eb (1) For an exothermic reaction Activation energy for forward reaction Ef < Activation energy of backward reaction Eb

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If the equilibrium constant for the reaction 2 AB A + B is 49, what is the equilibrium 2 2 1 1 constant for AB A + B ? 2 2 2 2 (1) 49 (2) 7 (3) 7/7 (4) 24.5 (2) Reaction is divided by 2 So , K 2 = K1 = 49 = 7 The pH of 0.05M acetic acid is : (Ka = 2 x 10 -5) (1) 3 (2) 2 (3) 11 (1)
Ka 2 105 = = 2 102 C 0.05 = 0.02 H + = C

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(4) 10 3

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H + = 0.02 0.05 =103 pH = log H + = log103 = 3

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What is the entropy change in J K 1 during the melting of 27.3 grams of ice at 00 C ? (Latent heat of fusion of ice = 330 J g 1 ) (1) 33 (2) 330 (3) 12.1 (4) 3.3 (1)
q 27.3 330 For phase changes S = rev = = 33 JK 1 T 273

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Which one of the following gives a straight line for Freundlich adsorption isotherm? x x x 1 x 1 (1) (2) log Vs.log P (4) log Vs.log (3) Vs.P Vs. m m m P m P (2) Freundich adsorption isotherm. x Graph log Vs log P is a straight line with +ve slope m

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Which property among the following is same for both hydrogen and deuterium molecules? (1) Bond length (2) Bond energy (3) Melting point (4) Boiling point (1) Bond length is the same (0.7414 A0) for both hydrogen and deuterium. In which of the following reactions hydrogen is not liberated? (1) reaction of zinc with NaOH (2) reaction of fused NaOH with C (3) reaction with NaOH with sulphur (4) heating the concentrated NaOH with Si (3)

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6 NaOH + 4S Na S O + 2 Na S + 2 H O 2 2 3 2 2
6 NaOH + 12S Na S O + 2 Na S + 3H O 2 2 3 2 5 2 Which one of the following statements is not correct? (1) Boron is a non-conductor of electricity (2) Moissan boron is amorphous (3) The reaction between boron and concentrated HNO3 gives N2O (4) Amorphous boron on heating with oxygen forms B2O3
(3)
B + 3HNO H BO + 3 NO 3 3 3 conc.) (

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141. Which one of the following is a correct set? (1) Graphite, sp 2 (2) Diamond, sp 2 (3) Graphite, sp3 (1) Graphite has sp2 hybridization.

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(4) Diamond, sp

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142.

The total number of and bonds in pyrophoshoric acid are respectively (1) 8, 4 (2) 8, 2 (3) 10, 2 (4) 12, 2 (4) Pyrophosphoric acid has 12 bonds and 2 bonds.

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143.

What are the products formed when moist chlorine gas is reacted with hypo? (1) Na 2S4 O 6 , NaCl, HCl (2) Na 2SO 4 , S, HCl (3) Na 2SO3 , S, HCl (4) Na 2S4 O 6 , Na 2SO3 , HCl (2)

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Na S O + Cl + H O Na SO + S + 2 HCl 2 2 3 2 2 2 4
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What is the bond angle OClO in ClO ? 2 (1) 111


0

(2) 90

(3) 1200

(4) 1050

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(1)

In ClO ion, bond angle OClO is 1110 2

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The hybridization of Xe and the number of lone pairs of electrons on it in XeF6 are: (1) sp3d3 ,1 (2) sp3d 2 ,1 (3) sp3d3 , 2 (4) sp3d 2 , 2 (1) In XeF6 hybridization of Xe is sp3d3.and the number of lone pairs of electrons on it is 1

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146.

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Identify the order in which the spin only magnetic moment (in BM) increases for the following four ions: (I) Fe2+ (II) Ti 2+ (III) Cu 2+ (IV) V 2+ (1) III, II, IV, I (2) I, II, IV, III (3) IV, I, II, III (4) III, IV, I, II

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(1) n = no of unpaired e- and is magnetic moment i Fe2 + ; n = 4; = 4.9

()

( ii ) Ti 2 + ; n = 2; = 2.84 ( iii ) Cu 2 + ; n = 1; =1.73


( iv ) V 2 + ; n = 3; = 3.87
Increasing order of is iii, ii ,iv, i

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Which one of the following oxides is reduced, by water gas to obtain the metal during its extraction? (1) Fe O (2) NiO (3) ZnO (4) WO 2 3 3 (2)

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3000 C 2 NiO + CO + H 2 Ni + CO + H O 2 2 2
148. Which air pollutant is responsible for Bhopal gas tragedy? (1) CO (2) PlC (3) CFC (4) Methyl Iso Cyanate (MIC) is responsible for Bhopal gas tragedy. 0.16 gms of an organic compound containing sulphur produces 0.233 gms of BaSO4. Percentage of sulphur in the compound is: (1) 10 (2) 20 (3) 80 (4) 50 (2)

(4) MlC

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% of sulphur =

b 100 32 233 a Where a = mass of organic compound, b = mass of BaSO4 formed 0.233 100 = 32 = 20% 233 0.16

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Assertion (A) : Cyclohexane is the most stable Cycloalkane. Reason (R) : Cyclopropane and cyclobutane are less stable due to angle strain and torsional strain. The correct answer is: (1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A (2) Both A and R are true but R is the correct explanation of A (3) A is true but R is not true (4) A is not true but R is true (2)
Zn/H 2O C6 H 6 +O3 X Y

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X and Y are respectively: (1) Monoozonide, Oxalic acid (2) Diozonide, Glycol (3) Triozonide, Glyoxalic acid (4) Triozonide, Glyoxal Sol. (4)

CHO Zn/H O 2 3 C H +3O Triozonide 6 6 3 CHO (Y) (X)


152. Which of the following exhibits enantiomerism? (1) H3C CH 2 CBr2 CH3 (2) BrCH CH CH CH Br 2 2 2 2 (3) H C C H CH CH (4) H C CH CH CH Br 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 | Br (3)

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Exhibits enantiomerism since it has asymmetric carbon


153. Sol. Phosgene is formed slowly from which one of the following on exposure to air and sunlight? (1) C H Cl (2) CHCl (3) H CCl (4) H COH 2 5 3 3 3 (2) 1 hv CHCl + O COCl + HCl 3 2 2 2 Phosgene Page 10

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The order of reactivity of Phenol (1), Nitrobenzene (2) and Benzene (3) towards nitration is: (1) (1) > (2) > (3) (2) (3) > (1) > (2) (3) (2) > (3) > (1) (4) (1) > (3) > (2) (4) Benzene undergoes Electrophilic substitution reactions Rate of ESR is increase by activating groups which activate benzene ring and decreased by deactivating groups which deactivate benzene ring -OH strongly acitivating. -NO2 strongly deactivating. Order of reactivity: Phenol > Benzene > Nitrobenzene The reagent used in the Wolff-Kishner reduction is: (1) LiAlH 4 (2) N 2 H NH 2 (3) H /Ni 2

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(4) Sn / HCl

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(2) In Wolff-Kishner reduction reagent is H N NH and KOH in a high boiling alcohol 2 2 The pK values of four carboxylic acids are 4.76, 4.19, 0.23 and 3.41 respectively. The pK value a a of stronger carboxylic acid among them is: (1) 4.76 (2) 4.19 (3) 3.41 (4) 0.23 (4) pK a = log K a Greater the Ka, Lesser the pKa , stronger is the acid Nitrobenzene on reduction using zinc in alkaline medium results in X. The number of sigma ( ) and pi( )bonds in X is (1) 27 , 6 (2) 24 , 7 (3) 24 , 6 (4) 27 , 7 (1)

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Hydrazobenzene has 27 bonds and 6 bonds.


158. Which one of the following is not a biopolymer? (1) DNA (2) Cellulose (3) Nylon-6 (3) Nylon 6 is not a biopolymer. Page 11

(4) Insulin

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Which one of the following statements is not correct? (1) -Amino acids exists as Zwitter ions (2) Except Glycine all other natural occurring -amino acids ae optically active (3) -Amino acids have maximum solubility at their iso electric point (4) A tripeptide has two peptide bonds (3) At isoelectric point -Amino acids have least solubility. Which one of the following is an artificial sweetening agent? (1)

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(2)

(3)

(4)

Cl
OC H 2 5

Cl

OCOCH

2 CO H 2
NHCOCH 3

Cl

Cl

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(1) Alitame is artificial sweetening agent.

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