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EAMCET 2009(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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121. The extent of physisorption of an absorbate increases with (1) Increase in temperature (2) decrease in surface area of the adsorbent (3) decrease in pressure of adsorbate (4) decrease in temperature (4) Extent of Physisorption increases with decrease in temperature.

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Which one of the following statements is not correct ? (1) In the Dewars method for the separation of noble gases, activated coconut charcoal is used. (2) Krypton is used in miners cap lamps (3) The electron affinity values of noble gases are nearly equal to zero (4) Xenon gives different colors when mixed with mercury vapour (4) Xenon does not give different colours when mixed with mercury vapour.( Ne gives ) A chemical reaction cannot occur at all if its (1) H is (+) ve and S is (-) ve (2) H is (-) ve and S is (+) ve (3) H and S are (+) ve but H > T S (4) H and S are (-) ve but H > T S (1, 3) Reaction cannot occur if G is +ve G = H - TS H + ve and S -ve then G is +ve H > TS then G +ve. Reaction cannot occur. Which one of the following statements is true for the optical rotation exhibited by (2R, 3R) and (2S, 3S) dibromobutanes? (1) The direction and magnitude are same (2) The direction is opposite, but magnitude is same (3) The direction is same, but magnitude are different (4) Both the direction and magnitude are different (2) (2R, 3R) and (2S, 3S) forms are enantiomers of each other. They have equal and opposite rotations. In a reversible reaction at equilibrium the net heat change of the reaction is (1) Positive (2) Negative (3) Zero (4) Cannot be predicted (3) In a reversible reaction, at equilibrium H = 0. Page 2

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Which one of the following is not correct? (1) Oxygen shows +1 oxidation state in O2F2 (2) Roasting removes volatile impurities like As and Sb (3) Sm 3+ is pink in colour (4) Cobalt chloride acts as a catalyst to decompose bleaching powder (3)
Sm3+ is yellow in colour.

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The correct order of pH of solutions of CuSO4, NaCN, NaCl and water (1) CuSO < NaCN < NaCl = H O (2) CuSO > NaCN = H O > NaCl 4 2 4 2 (3) CuSO = H O > NaCN > NaCl (4) CuSO < NaCl = H O < NaCN 4 2 4 2 (4) CuSO

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is a salt of weak base ( Cu(OH)2 and strong acid (H2SO4). So, acidic. pH is less than 7. 4 ( aq ) is a salt of strong base ( NaOH) and weak acid (HCN). So, alkaline. pH is more than 7. NaCN ( aq ) is a salt of strong base ( NaOH) and strong acid (HCl).So, neutral. pH = 7. NaCl ( aq ) H2O is neutral. pH = 7 pH values CuSO 4 < NaCl = H 2O < NaCN

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Which one of the following is not a method for preparing chloroform? I. Heating ethyl alcohol with chlorine and alkali II. Heating acetone with bleaching powder and water III. Heating chloral hydrate with aqueous sodium hydroxide IV. Distillation of acetone over iron filings and water
(1) II (2) I (3) III (4) IV

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(4) Distillation of acetone over iron filings and water does not give chloroform.
E / RT Rate of a reaction can be expressed by Arrhenius equation k = A.e a . In this equation, E represents a (1) The energy above which not all the colliding molecules will react (2) The energy below which colliding molecules will not reacts (3) The total energy of the reacting molecules at temperature T (4) The fraction of molecules with energy greater than the activation energy of the reaction

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(2) Ea is a activation energy for the reaction. Page 3

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What is the hybridization state(s) of the atoms in X formed in the following reaction? Al O 2 3 C H OH X 2 5 2600C (vapours) (1) sp3 only (2) sp 2 and sp 3 (3) sp 2 only (4) sp only (1)
Al O 2 3 2C H OH C H O C H 2 5 2 5 X 2 5 2600C

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C and O have sp3 hybridization. 131.

Assertion (A) : The bond dissociation energy of fluorine is less than bromine. Reason (R) : In fluorine melocule, large lone pair electronic repulsions and appreciable intermolecular repulsions are present. 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 (1) Acc to Coulsons explanation, internuclear and electronic repulsions weaken F-F bond. With increase in Principal Quantum number n, the energy difference between adjacent energy levels in Hydrogen atom (1) Increases (2) Decreases (3) remains constant (4) Decreases for lower values of n and increases for higher values of n (2)
E = n 13.6 eV n2

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As value of n increases, the energy difference between adjacent levels decreases. 133. Which of the following reactions of acetic acid involves C-OH bond? i. Action of Na ii. Formation of acid chloride iii. Action with NaHCO3 iv. Formation of a ester (1) I, II (2) II, III (3) III, IV (4) II, IV (4) Page 4

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OC H 2 5 +O H 3 CH C = O + C H OH CH C = O 3 2 5 3 Catalyst ester OH Cl

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OH

CH C = O +SOCl CH C = O +SO + HCl 3 2 3 2

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Which of the following reactions yield elementary gases like N2, H2, O2 as the byproducts? I. II. III.

CuO + NH 3
Fe 2NH + 2Na 3 300 4000 C

8NH +3Cl 3 2 IV. 2Pb NO 3 2 (1) I and II only (3) I, II and III only

(2) II, III and IV only (4) All of these

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3CuO + 2 NH 3Cu + N + 3H O 3 2 2 2 NH + 2 Na 2 NaNH + H 3 2 2 8 NH + 3Cl 6 NH 4Cl + N 3 2 2 2 Pb NO 2 PbO + 4 NO + O 3 2 2 2

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Assertion (A) : The probability of finding an electron in a small volume around a point (x, y, z) at a distance r from the nucleus is proportional to 2 . Reason (R) : Subatomic particles have both wave and particle nature. 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)

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Both A and R are true but R is the correct explanation of A

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Which of the following do not observe Huckels rule for aromaticity?

(I)

(II)

(III) (1) All the above (3) III, IV Sol.

(IV) (2) I, II (4) I, IV

(3) Structures I and II obey Huckels Rule. III and IV do not obey. Match the following: List I (A) (B) (C) (D) Nitration mixture Thermit mixture Silica Alum (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) The correct match is A B C (1) IV III I (2) IV III II (3) V II I (4) V III I D II I III II Acid flux Mordant Fe2O3 (3 parts) +Al powder (1 part) Conc. HNO3 Conc. H2SO4 Conc. HNO3 Conc. HCl List II

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(1) Nitration mixture : conc. HNO3 + Conc. H2SO4 (1 : 1) Thermit mixture : Fe2O3 + Al powder (3 : 1) Silica : Acid flux Alum: Mordant Page 6

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138. Match the following: List I (A) (B) (C) (D)
CH HCN 4

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List II (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

NH | Al O | 3 2 3 1000 0 C
450 0 C , Heating

C H CH CHO 2 2 3 C H C H OH 2 4 2 5 C H C H 2 6 2 5

40% H SO 2 4 1% HgSO , 60 C 4 Conc. H SO ,800 C 2 4 Na, dry ether,

The correct match is A B C (1) I III IV (2) I II IV (3) I IV III (4) V I IV Sol. (1)

D II III II III

10000 C Al O 2 3 1% HgSO 4 ( B ) HC CH + H 2O CH3CHO 40% H SO 2 4 H SO 2 4 ( C ) H 2C = CH 2 + H 2O CH 3CH 2OH 75 800 C ( A) CH 4 + NH 3 HCN + 3H 2

4500 C D ) C H H C = CH + H ( 2 6 2 2 2
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BaSO is insoluble in water due to its 4 (1) High hydration energy (3) High ionization energy

(2) High lattice energy (4) High kinetic energy

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(2) BaSO4 is insoluble in water due to its high lattice energy. LE > HE, So, insoluble

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The ratio of moles of hydrogen produced when two moles of aluminium react with excess HCl and NaOH separately is (1) 1 : 1 (2) 1: 2 (3) 2 : 1 (4) 3 : 2 (1) 2 Al + 6 HCl 2 AlCl + 3 H 3 2( g )
2 Al + 6 NaOH 2 Na AlO + 3H 3 3 2(g )

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The correct IUPAC name of the hydrocarbon X:


CH 3

CH
H C 3

CH
CH

2
CH 3

CH

2
CH 3

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2-Methyl-3-ethyl pentane 3-Ethyl-3-methyl pentane 3-Isopropyl pentane 1, 1-Diethyl-2-methyl propane

(1) 1 2 3 4 5 CH CH CH CH CH 3 2 3
CH C H 3 2 5 2-Methyl-3-ethyl pentane

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The number of and bonds present in 1-butene-3yne is (1) 7 and 3 (2) 5 and 5 (3) 7 and 2 (4) 6 and 4 (1) H

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7 and 3 bonds.

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The volume of oxygen gas liberated at 27 0 C and 760 mm Hg pressure when 24.5g of KClO3 is heated [M.Wt of KClO3 = 122.3 g] (1) 4.48 lit (2) 9.6 lit (3) 7.4 lit (4) 11.2 lit (3)

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2 KClO 2 KCl + 3O 3 2 2 122.55 g of KClO3 gives 24.5g of KClO3 gives


=

3 22.4 lit. of O2 gas at STP ? lit. of O2 gas at STP

3 22.4 24.5 = 6.72 lit. 245

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Which one of the following statements is not correct? (1) The conductivity decreases from Li+ to Cs+ in the hydrated ions (2) The stability of +5 oxidation state decreases from nitrogen to bismuth (3) In Halls process, bauxite is fused with Na2CO3 (4) The atomic radius in IIIA group elements increases from boron to aluminium and thereafter remains constant upto gallium (1) Conductivity increases from Li +

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( aq )

to Cs +

( aq )

due to a gradual decrease in the extent of hydration.

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Which one of the following statements is not true for glucose? (1) -D (+) glucose undergoes mutarotation (2) It has four asymmetric carbons in Fischer projection formula (3) It gives saccharic acid with Tollens reagent (4) It reacts with hydroxyl amine (3) Tollens reagent is a mild oxidizing agent. It gives gluconic acid with glucose. The base present in Cytidine:

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NH

H 2 N

O HN

H N

O NH
N H

NH

N N N

N N H O

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H N 2

O
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(4) Base present in cytidine is cytosine

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The vapour of a substance effuses through a small hole at the rate of 1.3 times faster than SO2 gas at 1 atm. Pressure and 500 K. The molecular weight of the gas is (1) 79.2 (2) 37.9 (3) 41.6 (4) 83.2 (2) r 1 = M2 r M1 2 1.3 64 = 1 M1 64 M = = 37.86 1 1.3 1.3 Which one of the following statements is correct for H O ? 2 2 (1) It reduces ferricyanide to ferrocyanide in acid medium (2) It oxidizes lead monoxide to lead dioxide (3) It acts as a reducing agent in the decolourization of acidified KMnO4 (4) It oxidizes hydrides of chlorine and bromine to their diatomic gases (3) 2 KMnO + 3H SO + 5 H O K SO + 2 MnSO + 8 H O + 5O 4 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 In this reaction H O is a reducing agent. 2 2 After removing the hard shells of an egg by dissolving in dil. HCl, a semipermeable membrane is visible. If such an egg is kept in a saturated solution of common salt the size of the egg will (1) Shrink (2) Grow (3) remain the same (4) first shrink and the grow later (1) Solvent (water) flows from egg to solution of common salt ( Low concentrated solution to High concentrated solution). So egg shrinks. Barbituric acid is a condensation product of A and B, A are (1) H NCONH , HO C CO H (2) H NCONH , ClCOCH 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 (3) H N NH , ClCOCH COCl (4) H NCONH , ClCOCCH COCl 2 2 2 2 2 2 (4)Urea reacts with Malonyl chloride to form Malonyl urea or barbituric acid POCl3 H N .CO.NH + ClOC CH COCl 2 2 2 1200 C

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Molality of an aqueous solution that produces an elevation of boiling point of 1.00 K at 1 atm pressure ( K b for water = 0.512 K.Kg.mol 1 ) (1) 0.512 M (2) 0.915 m (3) 1.95 m (4) 5.12 M (3) Molality =
Tb 1 = = 1.95 K b 0.512

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The formula of spinel is AB2O4, where A is. and B is. A B (1) IIA element III A metal (2) IIIA metal IIA element (3) Transition Transition metal in metal in +3 +2 state (4) If A element Transition metal in +2 state (1) Spinel Mg Al O 2 4 IIA IIIA The latest IUPAC name of the following compound:
NH 2

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C H 2 5

Br

(1) 2-Ethyl-4-bromoaniline (3) 4-Bromo-2-ethyl benzenamine

(2) 4-Bromo-2ethylaniline (4) 2-Ethyl-4-bromobenzene amine

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(3) IUPAC name is 4-Bromo 2 - ethyl benzenamine. During the charging of a lead-acid storage battery, the cathode reaction is (1) Formation of PbSO4 (2) Reduction of Pb 2+ to Pb (3) Formation of PbO2 (4) Oxidation of Pb to Pb 2+ (2) 2 PbSO4 + 2 H O Pb + PbO2 + 2 H SO4 2 2

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Which one of the following is correct? (1) Ionic radius of Fe3+ is greater than Fe 2+ (2) Atomic radius of chlorine atom is greater than the ionic radius of chloride ion (3) Electron affinity of phosphorus is greater than nitrogen (4) Cs O is strongly acidic in nature 2 (3) E.A of phosphorous is greater than that of nitrogen. E. A of 1st element of any group is less than that of its 2nd member due to small size and greater inter electronic repulsion The standard potentials at 25 0C for the half reactions are given against them below Zn 2+ + 2e Zn E0 = 0.762V

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Mg 2+ + 2e Mg E0 = 2.37 V Zinc dust is added to MgCl2 solution (1) Magnesium is precipitated (3) Zinc chloride is formed
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(2) Zinc dissolves in the solution (4) No reaction takes place

(4) Zn cannot displace Mg from solution. It is because, the SRP of Mg is more ve than Zn. So, Mg is more reactive than Zn. Hence, no reaction occurs. Which one of the following reactions does not occur?

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(1) BaO + O BaO + O 3 2 3

(2) PbS+ 4O PbSO + 4O 3 4 2


(3) H O + O H O + 2O 2 2 3 2 2

(4) 2Hg + O Hg O + O 3 2 2
Sol. (1) Ozone reduces BaO2 to BaO. Lattice energy of an ionic compound depends upon (1) Charge on the ion only (2) Size of the ion only (3) Charge on the ion and size of the ion (4) Packing of its ions only (3) Lattice energy of an ionic compound depends upon charge on the ion and size of the ion. LE Charge on the ion 1 LE Size of the ion Page 12

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In which of the following reactions the final product is 2-Methyl-2 - propanol? ( i ) CH3MgBr/dry ether (1) CH CHO 3 ( ii ) H3O+ ( i ) C2H5MgBr/dry ether (2) CH CHO 3 ( ii ) H3O+ ( i ) CH3MgBr/dry ether (3) CH COCH 3 3 ( ii ) H3O+ ( i ) CH3MgBr/wet ether (4) CH COCH 3 3 ii ) H O+ ( 3 (3)

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Which of the following oxides finally dissolve in water to cause acid rain (1) NO, NO2 (2) NO2, SO2 (3) NO3, SO3 (4) N2O5, SO3 (4)

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N O + H O 2 HNO 2 5 2 3

SO + H O H SO 3 2 2 4

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