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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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A and B are compounds of carbon. A on passing over red hot coke is converted to B. The A and B are respectively. (1) CO, CO2 (2) CO2, CO (4) CCl4, CHCl3 (3) CH4, C2H6 (2)
red hot coke CO + C 2 CO 2 B A

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In P4O10, the number of oxygen atoms bonded to each phosphorus atoms is: (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6 (2) In the structure of P4O10, each P atom is linked to 4 oxygen atoms.

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The oxidation numbers of sulphur in S8, SO2 and H2S, respectively are: (1) 0, +6, -2 (2) 0, +4, -2 (3) 0, +1, +2 (4) 0, +1, -2 (2) Oxidation numbers: S8; SO2; H2S 0 +4 -2 The order of bond energies in halogen molecules is: (1) F < Cl < Br < I (2) F > Cl > Br > I 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 (3) Cl > Br > F > I (4) Cl > F > Br > I 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 (3) Order of Bond energies: Cl > Br > F > I 2 2 2 2

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125. The shape of XeF6 is: (1) Pentagonal bipyramidal (3) Octahedral

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(2) Square planar (4) Distorted octahedral

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(4) In XeF6, hybridization of Xe is sp3d3.and shape of XeF6 is distorted

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One mole of CoCl3 .YNH3 complex compound on complete ionization in water produces three moles of ions. If one chloride satisfies both primary and secondary valencies of cobalt ion, the value of Y is: (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6 (3) CoCl3. 5NH3 satisfies all the properties of the complex. It can be represented as [Co(NH3)5Cl]Cl2. Cl- inside the coordination sphere satisfies both pri and sec valencies and the one outside satisfies only pri valency 5 NH3 molecules satisfy only sec valencies This complex ionizes to give [Co(NH3)5Cl]2+ and two Cl- ions, a total of three ions The processes used in the refining of aluminium and zinc metals are respectively: (1) Hoopes process and fractional distillation (2) Hoopes process and cupellation (3) Polling and fractional distillation (4) Cupellation and fractional distillation (1) Metal Al Zn

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Method of refining metal Hoopes electrolysis Fractional distillation

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Ozone layer is present in: (1) Troposphere (2) Stratosphere (2) Ozone is present in stratosphere.

(3) Mesosphere

(4) Thermosphere

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129. The IUPAC name of

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(1) 4-ethyl decane (3)3-hexyl hexane

(2) 3-propyl nonane (4) 4-hexyl hexane

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(1)

CH 2
4

8CH 2

7CH 2

9CH 2 10CH 3

CH3
3

CH
CH 2

6CH 2

8CH 2

2 CH 2

1CH3
4-ethyl decane

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The product obtained when propane undergoes addition reaction with HBr in the presence of benzoyl peroxide is (1) 1-bromopropane (2) 2-bromopropane (3) 1,2-dibromopropane (4) 2,2-dibromopropane (1) Addition occurs acc to Anti Markownikoffs rule or Kharasch effect or peroxide effect
CH CH = CH 3 2

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(C6H5CO )2 O2 CH + HBr

CH CH Br 3 2 2 1 bromopropane

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Which one of the following compounds is formed when nitrobenzene is treated with bromine in the presence of ferric ion? (1) m-bromonitrobenzene (2) o-bromonitrobenzene (3) p-bromonitrobenzene (4) mixture of o-and p-bromonitrobenzene (1)

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NO 2
Fe + Br 2
Br metabromonitrobenzene

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NO 2

132.

Which one of the following is not having two chiral centres?

(1) H C CH ( Br ) CH ( OH ) CH 3 3 (3) H C CH NH CH ( Cl ) CH 3 2 3
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H

(2) H C CH NH CH ( Br ) CH 3 2 3

( ) (4) H C CH ( NH ) CH CH 3 2 2 3

H C 3

CH

CH

2 This compound has only one chiral centre


133. Chloroform when heated with silver powder gives: (1) CH (2) H C CH 4 3 3 (3) CH CH (4) CH = CH 2 2 (3)

NH

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CHCl + 6Ag + Cl CH CH CH + 6AgCl 3 3

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Which one of the following compounds is steam distillable? (1) p-nitrophenol (2) o-bromophenol (3) o-cresol (4) o-nitrophenol (4) o - Nitrophenol has intramolecular hydrogen bonding. So, it can be purified by steam distillation. Which one of the following is one of the cross end products formed when a mixture of acetone and acetaldehyde is heated after treating with aqueous sodium hydroxide?

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(1) CH

3 2

C = CH CHO

(3) CH CH = CH CHO 3
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( 3 )2 C = CHCOCH3 (4) ( CH ) CH ( OH ) CH CO CH 3 2 2 3
(2) CH

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Sol. (1) Crossed aldol condensation CH CH 3 3 NaOH ( aq ) CH C CH CHO CH C + H.CH .CHO 3 2 3 2 OH O

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What are A, B and C in the following reactions?

Sodalime CH CO Na A 3 2 LiAlH 4 CH CO H B 3 2 Kolbe's electrolysis CH CO Na B 3 2


A C H 2 6 CH 4 C H 2 6 B C H OH 2 5 C H OH 2 5 CH COCH 3 3 C CH

(1)

(2) (3) (4)


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(CH3CO )2 O

4 C H 2 6 C H 3 8

C H 2 6

C H 2 6

CaO CH COONa + NaOH CH + Na CO 3 4 2 3 A LiAlH 4 CH COOH CH CH OH 3 3 2 B Kolbe ' s Electrolysis CH COONa C H + 2CO + 2 NaOH + H 3 2 6 2 2 C

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137. What are A, B and C in the following reactions?
C H CHO / H SO 6 5 2 4 C H NH 6 5 2 CHCl /KOH+C H OH 3 2 5

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B
C

C H COCl/OH 6 5
A (1) C H CH NHC H 6 5 2 6 6 (2) C H N = CH C H 6 5 6 6 (3) C H = CH C H 6 5 6 6 B

C H NC 6 5 C H NC 6 5 C H NC 6 5 C H NC 6 5

(4) C H CH NH C H 6 5 6 6
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C H N COC H 6 5 8 5 2 C H NH CO C H 6 5 6 5 C H CO C H NH 6 5 6 4 2 OH | C H C =C H 6 5 6 5

C H CHO / H SO 6 5 2 4 C H NH 6 5 2 CHCl /KOH+C H OH 3 2 5

C H N = CH.C H 6 5 A 6 5 C H NC +3KCl + 3H O 6 5 B 2 C H NH COC H 6 5C 6 5

C H COCl/OH 6 5

A is Benzalidene aniline, a schiffs base B is Carbyl amine reaction and the product formed is Phenyl isocyanide C is Benzoylation and the product formed is N- Phenyl benzamide or Benzanilide
138. 1, 3-Butadiene and styrene on polymerization give: (1) Bakelite (2) Terylene (3) Buna-S (3) 1, 3-butadiene and styrene on polymerization give Buna-S

(4) Teflon

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139.

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Choose the correct statement from the following: (1) All amino acids have a common isoelectric point (2) All naturally occurring -amino acids are optically active except glycine (3) At pH = 0 all amino acids are present as their anions (4) In strongly basic solution, all amino acids are present as their cations (2) All naturally occurring -amino acids except glycine are optically active.

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Aspirin is acetyl salicylic acid; the pair of functional groups present in the compound is: (1) Hydroxyl, ester (2) Carboxylic acid, hydroxyl (3) Carboxylic acid, keto (4) Carboxylic acid, ester (4) The functional groups present in aspirin are carboxylic and ester.It is o- acetyl salicylic acid

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The radial probability distribution curve obtained for an orbital wave function ( ) has 3 peaks and 2 radial nodes. The valence electron of which one of the following metal does this wave function ( ) correspond to? (1) Cu (2) Li (3) K (4) Na (4) 3s (n = 3, l = 0) will have 3 peaks( = n) and 2 radial nodes( n l 1) Na atom has its valence electron in 3s orbital. In a hydrogen atom, the electron is a distance of 4.768 A0 from the nucleus. The angular momentum of the electron is: 3h h h 2h (1) (2) (3) (4) 2 2 (1)

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0.529 n 2 A0 = 4.768 A0 4.768 n2 = = 9 = 32 n = 3 0.529 nh 3h Angular momentum of electron = = 2 2


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The incorrect order of second ionization energies in the following is: (1) Rb > K (2) Na > Mg (3) C r > Mn (4) S > P (1) Correct order of second I.P. values is K > Rb. The correct order of magnitude of bond angles among the compounds CH4, NH3 and H2O is (1) CH < H O < NH (2) H O < NH < CH 4 3 3 2 3 4 (3) NH < CH < H O (4) NH < H O < CH 3 4 2 3 2 4 (2)

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Molecule
CH 4

Bond angle 1090 28'


1070

NH

1040 30' H O 2 Hybridisation in all these molecules is sp3. Tha no of lone pairs in them are 0, 1 and 2 respectively. So acc to VSEPR, there is a decrease in bond angle

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Molecular orbital theory was proposed by: (1) Lewis (2) Mulliken (3) Slater (2) Molecular orbital theory was proposed by Hund and Mulliken.

(4) Pauling

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0.14g of an element on combustion gives 0.28g of its oxide. What is that element? (1) Nitrogen (2) Carbon (3) Fluorine (4) Sulphur (4)
S + O SO 2 2

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32 g + 64 g 64 0.14 0.14 g = 0.28 g 32


147. Equal weights of methane and oxygen are mixed in an empty container at 25 0C. The fraction of the total pressure exerted by oxygen is: 1 2 1 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) 2 3 4 3 (4) Page 9

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Number of moles
W W n = n = CH O 4 16 2 32 W W 2W + W 3W Total number of moles = + = = 16 32 32 32 W 1 Mole fraction of oxygen = 32 = 3W 3 32 1 Fraction of total pressure of oxygen = 3

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Which of the following 1.0 10 3 molal aqueous solutions has the highest boiling point? (1) Alminium (III) chloride (2) Lead (II) nitrate (3) Sodium chloride (4) Magnesium nitrate (1) The given solutions are all equimolal. Boiling point Conc of solute particles AlCl Al 3 + + 3Cl 3 What is the volume of 0.1M H2SO4 required in litres to neutralize completely 1 litre of a solution containing 20 g of NaOH? (1) 5.0 (2) 0.5 (3) 2.5 (4) 10.0 (3) 0.1M H2SO4 = 0.2N H2SO4
20g of NaOH in 1 litre solution gives 0.5N solution (
N V =N V 11 2 2 0.2 V = 0.5 1 1 0.5 V = = 2.5 lit. 1 0.2
20 1 x = 0.5) 40 1

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If the solution of copper sulphate in which a copper rod is immersed, is diluted 100 times, what is the change in electrode potential (Reduction)? (1) increases by 29.5 mV (2) decreases by 59.0 mV (3) increases by 59.0 mV (4) decreases by 59.0 mV (4) Nernst equation for metallic electrodes 0.059 E = E0 + log M n + n Page 10

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M n + decreases by 100 times 0.059 1 0.059 decreases by log = ( 2) 2 100 2 E decreases by 0.059 V = 59 mV
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What is the e.m.f. of the cell for the reaction Fe 2 + + Zn Zn2 + + Fe ?


0 0 Given that EZn|Zn2+ 1.0 M = 0.76 V and EFe|Fe2+ 1.0 M = 0.41V

(1) 1.17 V (3) -1.17 V Sol. (2)


0 EZn2+ / Zn = 0.76V 0 EFe2+ / Fe = 0.41V

(2) 0.35 V (4) -0.35 V

Cell representation is : Zn / Zn 2 + / / Fe2 + / Fe ( s ) ( aq ) ( aq ) ( s ) When SRP values are given, E0 = E0 E0 cell RHS LHS = 0.41 ( 0.76 ) = +0.35V 152. A crystalline solid substance has a density of 10 g/cm3 and the length of the edge of the unit cell (FCC) is 2.0 A0. How many number of atoms are present in 200 grams of the solid? (1) 2 1023 (2) 11026
(3) 1 1025 (4) 5 1027

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Density = 10 g/cm3 Wt. of solid= 200 g Volume = 200/10= 20 cm3 Length of unit cell 2 108 cm

Volume of unit cell = 8 1024 cm3 20 No. of unit cells = = 0.25 1025 24 8 10

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For the reaction A + 3B 2C + D , which one of the following is not correct? (1) Rate of disappearance of A = Rate of formation D (2) Rate of formation of C = 2/3 Rate of disappearance of B (3) Rate of formation of D = 1/3 Rate of disappearance of B (4) Rate of disappearance of A = 2 Rate of formation of C (4) A + 3B 2C + D Rate of reaction w. r. t A , B , C , and D can be written as d [ A] d [ D] 1 d [ B] 1 d [C ] = =+ =+ dt 3 dt 2 dt dt What is the effect of a ten-fold increase in pressure on Kp in the reaction N ( g ) + 3H ( g ) 2 NH ( g ) at equilibrium? 2 2 3 (1) A ten-fold increase (2) A ten-fold decrease (3) No change (4) Equal to KC (3) Kp and Kc depend only on Temperature Assertion (A) : According to Lowry-Bronsted theory, a substance can function as an acid as well as a base. Reason(R): Acid reacts with a base to product a salt. (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) A) Such a substance is said to be amphiprotic or amphoteric Heat of formation of CO and CO2 are -26.4 and -94.0 kcal/mole respectively. What is the heat of combustion of CO in kcals? (1) +26.4 (2) 120.6 (3) -67.6 (4) 135.2 (3)

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+O CO H = 94.0 K Cal 2( g ) 2( g )

1 C + O CO H = 26.4 K Cal (g) (s) 2 2( g ) 1 CO + O CO H = 67.6 K Cal 2( g ) ( g ) 2 2( g )

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157. What is the emulsifier in milk? (1) Albumin (2) Soap (3) Gelatin

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(4) Caesin

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(4) Caesin is emulisifier in milk.It is a milk protein

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Which of the following statements is incorrect? (1) H2O2 has weak acidic property (2) H2O2 has weak basic property (3) H2O2 can act as an oxidizing agent (4) H2O2 can act as a reducing agent (2) H2O2 is feebly acidic but does not turn red litmus to blue. Match the following: List I (A) (B) (C) (D) Dolomite Fluorapatite Phenacite Celestite (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) List II

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CaCO 3
2 BeO. SiO 2
SrCO 4 CaCO .MgCO 3 3 3Ca PO .CaF 3 4 2

The correct answer is: A B C (1) IV V III (2) V IV II (3) IV V I (4) IV V II


Sol. (4) Mineral (A) Dolomite

D II III II III

Composition CaCO .MgCO 3 3


3Ca PO .CaF 3 4 2 2 2 BeO. SiO 2 SrSO 4

(B) Fluorapatite (C) Phenacite (D) Celestite

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160. Aluminium metal becomes passive in (1) conc. HNO 3 (3) Very dil. HNO 3 (1) Conc. HNO3 makes aluminium passive.

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(2) dil. H SO 2 4 (4) conc. H SO 2 4

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