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121. The wavelength
( )
0
in A of an emission line obtained for
2+
Li during an electronic transition from
2
n 2 = to
1
n 1 = (R = Rydberg constant)
(1)
3
4
R
(2)
27
4
R
(3)
4
3R
(4)
4
27R


Sol. (4)

2
2 2
1 2
1 1
= R .Z
H
n n
| |

|
\

For
1 1 27
2 2
, .3
2 2
4
1 2
R
Li v R
(
+
= =
(



4
27R
=

122. Match the following:

List I List II (at STP)
(A)
2
nh
mvr

= (i) Paschen series


(B) Infra-red (ii) Electron total energy
(C)
/ h p =
(iii) De Broglie equation
(D)
2
/ 2 e r (iv) Schodinger equation
(v) Bohrs equation

The correct answer is
A B C D
(1) v ii iii i
(2) iii ii v iv
(3) v i iii ii
(4) iv i ii iii

Sol. (3)
(A)
2
nh
mvr

= -Bohrs equation
(B) Infrared paschen series
(C)
h
p
= de-Broglies equation
(D)
2
/ 2 e r - Total energy of electron


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123.
particle particle particle
A B C D


In the conversion, which one of the following is not true?
(1) A and D are isotope (2) B and C are isodiaphers
(3) C and D are isobars (4) A and B are isotopes

Sol. (4)
A and B are isobars but not isotopes.
When a particle is emitted, isobar is formed
When particle is emitted, isodiapher is formed
When 1 and 2 particles are emitted, isotope is formed

124. The elements X, Y and Z form oxides which are acidic, basic and amphoteric respectively.
The correct order of their electro-negativity is
(1) x > y > z (2) z > y > x
(3) x > z > y (4) y > x > z

Sol. (3)
X forms acidic oxide. E.N of X is high
Y forms basic oxide E.N of Y is low
Z forms amphoteric oxide.Moderate E.N.
Order of E.N. X > Z > Y

125. Match the following:

List I List II
(A)
3
BCl
(i) Linear
(B)
2
4
PdBr (ii) Planar Triangular
(C)
6
SF
(iii) Tetrahedral
(D)
3
I

(iv) Octahedral
(v) Square planar
The correct answer is
A B C D
(1) ii iii iv i
(2) v iii ii i
(3) ii v iv i
(4) v iv iii ii

Sol. (3)
(A) BCl
3
Planar triangular (B)
2
4
PdBr

-square planar
(C) SF
6
Octahedral (D)
3
I

-linear
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126. The correct order of dipole moments for NH
3
, H
2
O and CO
2
molecules is
(1)
3 2 2
NH H O CO > > (2)
2 3 2
CO NH H O > >
(3)
2 2 3
H O CO NH > > (4)
2 3 2
H O NH CO > >
Sol. (4)
H
2
O has dipole moment = 1.84 D
NH
3
has dipole moment = 1.46 D
CO
2
has dipole moment = 0 D
The correct order is
2 3 2
H O NH CO > >

127. 40 grams of a sample of carbon on combustion left 10% of it unreacted. The volume of oxygen
required at STP for this combustion reaction is
(1) 22.4 I (2) 67.2 I (3) 11.2 I (4) 44.8 I

Sol. (2)
Unreacted carbon =
40 10
4 .
100
g

=
Carbon burnt = 40-4 = 36 g. = 3 moles
C + O CO
2 2

3 moles 3 22.4
= 67.2 lit at STP.

128. In a flask of V litres, 0.2 moles of O
2
, 0.4 moles of N
2
, 0.1 moles of NH
3
and 0.3 moles of He
gases are present at 27
0
C. If total pressure exerted by these non-reacting gases is 1 atm, the
partial pressure exerted by N
2
gas is
(1) 0.4 atm (2) 0.3 atm (3) 0.2 atm (4) 0.1 atm

Sol. (1)
Total no. of moles = 0.2 + 0.4 + 0.1 + 0.3 = 1
Moles fraction of N
2
= 0.4
Partial pressure = Mole fraction x Total pressure
0.4 1 0.4
2
P
N
= = Atm.
129. The volumes of two HCl solutions ( ) A 0.5N and B(0.1N) to be mixed for preparing 2l of 0.2M HCl
solution
(1) 0.5 l of A + 1.5 l of B (2) 1.5 l of A + 0.5 l of B
(3) 1 l of A + 1 l of B (4) 0.75 l of A + 1.25 l of B

Sol. (1)
Conc. of final solution =
( ) ( ) 0.5 0.5 1.5 0.1
2
+
=


0.25 0.15 0.4
0.2
2 2
N
+
= = =
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130. When 0.1 moles of an acid is added to 2 litres of a buffer solution, the pH of the buffer decreases
by 0.5. The buffer capacity of the solution is
(1) 0.6 (2) 0.4 (3) 0.2 (4) 0.1

Sol. (4)
Buffer capacity ( ) =
No. of moles of acid or base added to 1 lit. of the solution
Change in pH


0.05
= 0.1
0.5
=

131. Identify Bronsted-Lowry acids in the reaction given

( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
3
2
Al H
2 3 2 2 3
6
5
O HCO Al H O OH H CO
B D
A
C
(
+
(
(
+ + +
(
(

(


The correct answer is
(1) (A), (C) (2) (B), (D)
(3) (A), (D) (4) (B), (C)

Sol. (3)

( ) ( )
( )
3 2
2 2
6 5
H
Al H O Al H O OH
+ + +

( (

( (


Acid

3 2 3
H
HCO H CO
+


Acid

132. The cell potential of the following cell at
0
25 C (in volts) is
( )
( )
( ) ( )
+ 2+
H Cu
Pt H Cu
2
0.01M 0.1M
1atm

0
E 0.337V
2+
Cu / Cu
| |
=
|
\

(1) 0.308 (2) 0.427 (3) 0.308 (4) 0.337

Sol. (2)
Net reaction : H
2
+ Cu
2+
2H
+
+ Cu

0
0.059 [ ]
log
[ ]
pds
E E
n rea
= +

2
0.06 (0.01)
(0.337 0.00) log
2 (0.1)
0.337 0.03(3)
0.427
E
E
E V
=
= +
=


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133. Which one of the following reactions occur at the cathode?
(1) 2 1/ 2 2
2 2
OH H O O e

+ + (2)
1
Ag Ag e

+
(3)
2 3
Fe Fe e
+ +
+ (4)
2
2 Cu e Cu
+
+

Sol. (4)
Reduction occurs at cathode. Gain of electrons is reduction.

134. AB is an ionic solid. If the ratio of ionic radii of A
+
and B
-
is 0.52. What is the coordination
number of B

?
(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 6 (4) 8

Sol. (3)
If the Limiting radius ratio 0.414 0.732
r
r
+
=

, then coordination no. is 6.


135. The rate constant of a first order reaction is 0.0693
1
min

. What is the time (in minutes) required


for reducing an initial concentration of
1
20mol

to
1
2.5mol

?
(1) 40 (2) 30 (3) 20 (4) 10

Sol. (2)
First order rate constant expression,

2.303
log
( )
a
K
t a x
=



2.303 20
0.0693 log
2.5
log8 3log 2
0.0301 0.0301
3 0.301
30
0.0301
t
t
x
=
= =
= =


136.
( ) ( )
A B
g g
is a first order reaction. The initial concentration of A is 0.2
1 1
mol l

. After 10
minutes, the concentration of B is found to be 0.18
1 1
mol l

. The rate constant (in
1
min

) for the
reaction is
(1) 0.2303 (2) 2.303 (3) 0.693 (4) 0.01

Sol. (1)

2.303 0.2
log
0.2 0.18
K
t
=



1
2.303
log10 0.2303min
t

= =

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137. 100 cm
3
of 0.1M HCl and 100 cm
3
, a 0.1 M NaOH solutions are mixed in a calorimeter. If the heat
liberate is Q kcal, the heat of neutralization ( ) H (in Kcal) of
( )
HCl
aq
and
( )
NaOH
aq
is
(1) 10 Q (2) -100 Q (3) -1000 Q (4) Q

Sol. (2)
No. of moles of HCl and NaO H =
100
0.1
1000
= 0.01 moles
0.01 mole reacts with 0.01 moles to liberate ----------- Q kcal
1 mole reacts with 1 mole to liberate ..?
=100 Q kcal
Therefore , heat of neutralization = - 100 Q


138. Which one of the following reactions is an example of auto-catalysis?

(1)
( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 3
3 2
AsH As H
s s g
+
(2)
( ) ( )
( )
( )
3 2
2 2 3
Fe
s
N H NH
g g s
+ +
(3)
( ) ( )
( )
( )
2 2
2 2 3
NO
g
SO O SO
g g g
+ +
(4)
( ) ( )
( )
( ) ( )
12 22 2 6 22 6 12 11 6 6
H
l
C H O H O C H O C H O
l l l l
+
+ +

Sol. (1)
As is auto-catalyst in the decomposition of AsH
3


( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 3
3 2
AsH As H
s s g
+

139. If 11.1 mg of CaCl
2
and 12 mg of MgSO
4
are present in 2 litres of water, what is its hardness (in
grams CaCO
3
/ppm)?
(1) 5 (2) 10 (3) 15 (4) 20

Sol. (2)
11.1 mg MgCl
2
= 10 mg CaCO
3

12 mg. MgSO
4
= 10 mg CaCO
3

11.1 mg MgCl
2
+ 12 mg. MgSO
4
= 20 mg. CaCO
3

2000g. of water contain
20
1000
g. of CaCO
3


6
10 . g of water contain?
Degree of hardness of water =
6
20 10
1000 2000

10 ppm.
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140. The correct order of stability for the following superoxides is
(1)
2 2 2
KO RbO CsO > > (2)
2 2 2
RbO CsO KO > >
(3)
2 2 2
CsO RbO KO > > (4)
2 2 2
KO CsO RbO > >

Sol. (3)
As the size of the alkali metal ion increases, the stability of the superxoide increases due to the increase
in lattice energy.
The correct order is
2 2 2
CsO RbO KO > >

141. A mixture of boron trichloride and hydrogen is subjected to silent electric discharge to form A
and HCl. A is mixed with NH
3
and heated to 200
0
C to form B. The formula of B is
(1) H
3
BO
3
(2) B
2
O
3
(3) B
3
N
3
H
6
(4) B
2
H
6


Sol. (3)

silent electric discharge
2 6 6
3 2 2 6
BCl H B H HCl + +

0 0
120 200
2 .2
2 6 3 2 6 3 3 3 6
C C
B H NH B H NH B N H +



142. Hydrolysis of SiCl
4
gives compound X and HCl. On heating to 1000
0
C X loses water and forms Y.
Identify X and Y, respectively
(1) SiO
2
and Si (2) H
4
SiO
4
and SiO
2
(3) SiO
2
and SiC (4) H
4
SiO
4
and SiC

Sol. (2)

( )
4 4
4 2 4 4
SiCl H O H SiO HCl
Orthosilicic acid
+ +

0
1000
2
4 4 2 2
C
H SiO SiO H O +

143. The number of P-O bonds and lose pairs of electrons present in P
4
O
6
molecule, respectively
(1) 12, 16 (2) 12, 12 (3) 8, 8 (4) 12, 4

Sol. (1)


No. of P O bonds = 12
No. of lone pairs of electrons = 16
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144. X, Y are anhydrides of sulphurous acid and Sulphuric acid, respectively. The hybridization state
and the shape of X and Y are
X Y
(1)
2
sp , angular
3
sp , tetrahedral
(2)
2
sp , angular
2
sp , angular
(3)
2
sp , angular
2
sp , planar triangular
(4)
3
sp , planar
3
sp , planar

Sol. (3)
Anhydride of sulphurous acid, H
2
SO
3
(X) is SO
2
. Hybridization of S in X is sp
2
. Shape angular.
Anhydride of Sulphuric acid, H
2
SO
4
(Y) is SO
3
. Hybridization of S in Y is sp
2
. Shape is plane triangular.

145. ( )
( )
auto-oxidation
2
Ca OH
2 2
2
Cl
A CaCl B
H O
dry
+
Identify B in the above reaction.
(1)
2
CaOCl (2)
( )
3
2
Ca ClO
(3)
( )
2
Ca OH (4)
( )
2
2
Ca CIO

Sol. (2)
( )
2
2 2 2
Ca OH Cl CaOCl H O
dry
A
+ +
( )
( )
6 5
2 3
2
Ca OCl Cl CaCl Ca ClO
B
+

146. Which of the following statements about Noble gases are correct?
I. XeO
3
is an explosive tetrahedral molecule.
II In Fisher Ringe Method, a mixture of CaCl
2
and CaC
2
is used to remove N
2
and O
2
.
III. He and Ne are chemically inert due to lack of d-orbitals and high ionization potential.
IV. At 173 K He and Ne are absorbed on activated charcoal.
The correct answer is
(1) I and II (2) II and III
(3) II, III and IV (4) I, II, III and IV

Sol. (2)
II and III are correct statements. I and IV are wrong statements.


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147. Which one of the following pairs of complexes has the effective atomic number equal to 36 for the
transition element?
(1)
( )
( ) ;
6 3 3 3
6
Co NH Cl K Fe CN
(
(
(

(2)
( ) ( )
;
3 3 2 3
6 6
Co NH Cl Cr H O Cl
( (
( (


(3) ( ) ( ) ;
5 6 4
Fe CO K Fe CN
( (

(4) ( ) ( ) ;
5 6 3
Fe CO K Fe CN
( (



Sol. (3)
EAN = Z oxidation state of metal + 2 x C. No
( ) ;
5
Fe CO
(

EAN = 26 0 + 2x5 = 36
( ) ;
6 4
K Fe CN
(

EAN= 26 2 + 2 x 6= 36

148. 5 l aqueous solution is kept in the presence of oxygen and suitable micro-organism for five days at
0
200 C. If the O
2
consumed is 0.2 g. the BOD value of the sample is
(1) 4 ppm (2) 0.4
1
mgl

(3) 40 ppm (4) 20


1
mgl



Sol. (3)

2
No. of mg. of O required
BOD
No. of litres of water sample
=
BOD =
200
40ppm.
5
=

149. Which one of the following graphs represent the correct order of boiling points (B.P) of ethane
(I), ethyl alcohol (2) and acetic acid (3)?
(1) (2)
(3) (4)
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Sol. (3)
Ethane has no H bonds. Ther remaining two have hydrogen bonds. Possibility of H bonding is more in
acetic acid
(1) ethane gas lowest B.P.
(2) ethyl alcohol B.P. 78.1
0
C
(3) Acetic acid B.P. 118
0
C

150. Which one of the following reactions yields 2E-butane as the major product?
(1)
( ) / .
3 3 3
CH C C CH Na NH liq +
(2)
( ) / .
3 3 3
CH CH CH CH Li NH liq +
(3) /
3 3 4
CH C C CH Na NH OH +
(4) /
3 3 4
CH C C CH Pd BaSO +

Sol. (1)


151. Identify C in the following reaction:

3
2 2
2
NH
Chromic acid
C H A B C
H O


(1)
3 2 2
CH CH NH (2)
3
CH CN
(3)
3 2 3
CH CH NH CH (4)
3 2
O
CH C NH



Sol. (4)
( )
2 3
Chromic acid
HC CH O H O CH COOH
A
+ +

3 3 3 4 3 2
2
CH COOH NH CH COONH CH CONH
H O
C


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152.
2 5 2
Pyridine
C H OH SOCl X Y Z + + + , in this reaction X, Y and Z respectively, are
(1) , ,
2 4 2 2
C H Cl SO HCl (2) , ,
2 5 2
C H Cl SO HCl
(3) , ,
2 5
C H Cl SOCl HCl (4) , ,
2 4 2 2
C H SO Cl

Sol. (2)

2 5 2 2 5 2
C H OH SOCl C H Cl SO HCl
Z
Y X
+ + +

153. The compound that reacts with
3
CH MgBr to yield methane as one of the products is
(1) CH
3
CHO (2) CH
3
COCH
3

(3) CH
3
COOCH
3
(4) CH
3
CH
2
OH

Sol. (4)

( )
2 5 3 4 2 5
C H OH CH MgBr CH Mg OC H + +

154. The organic compound which gives peroxy compound on exposure to atmospheric air in the
presence of sunlight is
(1)
2 5 2 5
C H OC H (2)
3
CHCl
(3)
3 2
CH CH OH (4)
3
CH CHO

Sol. (1)

( )
2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5
C H O C H O C H O C H +

O


155. When 1, 1-dichloro propane and 2, 2-dichloro propane are reacted separately with aqueous
potassium hydroxide solution, compounds A and B are formed. Both A and B gave the same
product C on reduction using amalgamated zinc and HCl. Idenfity C
(1) Propyl alcohol (2) Isopropyl alcohol
(3) Propyl chloride (4) Propane

Sol. (4)
( )
2
3 2 2 3 2 3 2
2
KOH
CH CH CHCl CH CH CH OH CH CH CHO
H O
A


( )
2
3 2 3 3 3 3 3
2
O
KOH
CH CCl CH CH C OH CH CH C CH
H O


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3 3 2
Zn Hg HCl
CH C O CH CH
+
=
3
CH
3
CH
propane

.
3 2 3 2 3
Propane
Zn Hg HCl
CH CH CHO CH CH CH



156.
+
excess Cl
H
2
CH CN+H O A B
3 2
red P

In the above reaction, A and B are respectively
(1) CH COOH, CCl COOH
3 3
(2) CH CH OH, CH CH Cl
3 2 3 2

(3) CH CHO, CCl CHO
3 3
(4) CH COCH , CCl COCH
3 3 3 3


Sol. (1)

3 2 3
H
CH CN H O CH COOH
A
+
+
excess Cl
2
3
Red P
CCl COOH
B


157. Nitrobenzene undergoes reduction with Zn/alcoholic KOH to form a compound A. The number of
Sigma and Pi bonds in A, respectively are
(1) 17, 6 (2) 27, 6 (3) 27, 8 (4) 17, 8

Sol. (2)

Nitrobenzene undergoes reduction with Zn/alcoholic KOH to form Azo Benzene.
It contains 27 and 6 bonds


2
NO
[ ]
( )
10
Zn KOH
alc
H
+
+
2
N N
4
2
H O +
H H


158. Which of the following compounds helps in achieving equilibrium between O
2
and CO
2
is
atmosphere?
(1) Chlorophyll (2) Vitamin-B
12

(3) Porphyrin (4) Acetyl salicylic acid

Sol. (1)
Chlorophyll helps in maintaining O
2
, CO
2
equilibrium in the nature.


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159. Natural rubber is a polymer of
(1) CH CH CH CH
2 2
= = (2)
CH CH C CH
2 2
= =
CH
3

(3)
CH C C CH
2 2
= =
CH
3
CH
3
(4) CH CH CH CH
2 2 3


Sol. (2)
Natural rubber is a polymer of isoprene . It is cis 1, 4 - poly isoprene.

2 2
CH CH C CH = =
3
CH
isoprene


160. Match the following:

List I List II (at STP)
(A) B
1
(i) Riboflavin
(B) B
2
(ii) Pentothenic acid
(C) B
3
(iii) Niacin
(D) B
5
(iv) Thiamine

The correct match is
A B C D
(1) iv i iii ii
(2) iv iii i ii
(3) iii iv ii i
(4) iv i ii iii

Sol. (4)
(A) B
1
Thiamin (B) B
2
Riboflavin
(C) B
3
Pentothenic acid (D) B
5
Niacin