and
Ag Ag
E 0.6 V
+
=
/
(A) 0.049 V (B) 0.069 V (C) 0.01 V (D) None of these
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3. For a series of indicators, the colours and pH range over which colour change takes place are as follows:
Indicator Colour change over pH range
U yellow to blue pH 0.0 to 1.6
V Red to yellow pH 2.8 to 4.1
W Red to yellow pH 4.2 to 5.8
X Yellow to blue pH 6.0 to 7.7
Y Colourless to red pH 8.2 to 10
Which of the following statements is correct?
I. Indicator V could be used to find the equivalence point for 0.01 M acetic acid and 0.1 M
ammonium hydroxide (ammonia solution) titration
II. Indicator Y could be used to distinguish between 0.1 M HCl and 0.001 M NaOH solution in
water
III. Indicator X could be used to distinguish between two different solutions of ammonium chloride
and sodium acetate
IV. Indicator W could be suitable for use in determining the concentration of acetic acid in vinegar
by base titration
The correct choice is :
(A) I, II (B) II, III (C) I, II, III (D) II, III, IV
4. The complex [Fe(H
2
O)
5
NO]
2+
is formed in the brown ring test for nitrates when freshly prepared FeSO
4
solution is added to aqueous solution of
3
NO
III.
3 2
2 6 2 2 5 3
[Al(H O) ] H O [Al(H O) OH] H O
+ + +
+ +
Possible transformations are :
(A) I, II, III (B) I, III (C) , (D) II, III
6. The structure of unit cell of perovskite a salt of lanthanum (La), manganese (Mn) and oxygen,
has Mn
2+
at the each corner, oxide on every edge centre and a lanthanum ion at the body centre.
Assuming that all ions are in contact with each other, which of the following statement are true ?
I. Radius of oxide ion must be the least
II. Radius of lanthanum ion must be the greatest
III. Edge length of unit cell = 2
2 2
Mn O
(r r )
+
+
IV. Charge on lanthanum ion is +4
The correct choice is :
(A) II, III (B) I, II, III, IV (C) I, III, IV (D) I, II, IV
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7. Which of the following compounds will react with cyclopentanone to form an enamine?
(A) (B) (C) (D) All of above
8. End product of the following reaction is :
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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SECTION  II
MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE
This Section contains 4 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which one
or More Choices may be Correct:
9. 1 kg of water is heated from 27C to 200C forming super heated steam under constant pressure.
Assuming that under the given conditions :
Specific heat of water = 4200 Jkg
1
K
1
,
Latent heat of vaporisation = 3.73 10
6
Jkg
1
Specific heat of steam = 1200 + 0.49T Jkg
1
K
1
Which of the following statements are true? (Use :
373 473
0.2, 0.24
300 373
ln ln
   
= =
 
\ \
)
(A) On increasing temperature entropy of substance increases linearly
(B) Increase in entropy of water during heating (27C to 100C) is more than increase in entropy on
conversion of same water to steam.
(C) Total Entropy change on heating water from 27C to 200C is 11.17 kJ/K
(D) The entropy change of water during heating from 27C to 100C at constant pressure is at
840 J/K
10. The rate of effusion of an equilibrium mixture of A
2
and A
2
(A 2A)
(B)
4 2 3 3 2
NaBH Al O , O /H O(Oxidation)
(C)
2
I + NaOH H
(D) KMnO
4
/ H /
+
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SECTION  III
SUBJECTIVE TYPE
This Section contains 6 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 9. Fill the
answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer 5 should be filled
as 5 in the OMR sheet]
13. A solution of palmitic acid (M = 256 g mol
1
) in benzene contains 6.4 g of acid per litre. This solution on
pouring on water surface forms a monomolecular level of palmitic acid as benzene gets evaporated.
If 600 cm
2
area of water surface is to be covered by a monolayer, the volume of the platimic acid solution
needed is x 10
5
litres? Area covered by one molecule of palmitic acid is 0.2 nm
2
. The value of
x is __________.
14. Following radial probability distribution curve will be valid for how many of the given orbitals :
1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, 3p, 3d, 4s, 4p, 4d, 4f, 5s, 5p, 5d, 5f, 6s, 6p, 7s, 7p
15. A radioactive isotope
m
Z 1 2
A (t 10 day) = decays to give
m 12
Z 6
B
Cathode :
2
2
PbO (s) Pb (aq)
+
An arrangement is made in the battery such that the same acid solution is used at both cathode and anode.
During the discharge of this battery the density of a 2 L 40% H
2
SO
4
solution by weight fell from 1.225 to
0.98 and 20% by weight solution was obtained. Charge leaving anode in Farads is ________.
17. A unit of a silicate mineral has three SiO
4
tetrahedra (that are connected to each other by Si O Si
links) and it also contains Ca
2+
and Cu
2+
ions in 1 : 1 molar ratio. Total number of atoms of Cu, Si and Ca
per unit of mineral is _______.
18. How many of the species are paramagnetic?
N
2
O, NO, NO
2
, KO
2
, Na
2
O
2
, O
2
,
+
2
NO , NO
+
, CO
+
, Br
3
O
8
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SECTION  IV
MATRIX MATCH TYPE
This section contains 2 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have to be
matched. Statements in Column I are labelled as (A), (B), (C) & (D) whereas statements in Column II are
labeled as p, q, r, s & t. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled. More than one
choice from Column II can be matched with Column I.
19. MATCH THE COLUMN :
Column 1 Column 2
(A)
OH

Ph CH COOH
(p)
Cyclic
(B)
2
Ph CH CH COOH

OH
(q) Exhibit cistrans isomerism
(C)
2 2
Ph CH CH CH COOH

OH
(r) Can be optically active
(D)
2
HO CH COOH
(s) Lactone
(t) Dehydration
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20. MATCH THE COLUMN :
Column 1 Column 2
(A)
(p) NaHCO
3
(B)
(q)
Na metal
(C)
(r)
2, 4Dinitrophenyl hydrazine
(D)
(s)
Lucas reagent
(t) NaOH
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PART  II (PHYSICS) 80 MARKS
SECTION  I
STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE
This Section contains 8 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which Only
One is Correct :
21. A particle is released from the top of two inclined rough surface of height h each. The angle of
inclination of the two planes are 30 and 60 respectively. All other factors (e.g. coefficient of friction,
mass of block etc.) are same in both the cases. Let
1 2
and k k be the kinetic energy of the particle at the
bottom of the plane in two cases. Then :
(A)
1 2
k k = (B)
1 2
k k <
(C)
1 2
k k >
(D) data insufficient
22. A sphere of radius 10 cm and density 500 kg/m
3
is under water of density 1000 kg/ m
3
. Viscosity of water
is 1.0 centipoise. If g = 9.8 m/s
2
find, the velocity of the sphere at the instant where its acceleration is
9.8 m/s
2
upward is:
(A) 9 m/s (B) 10 m/s (C) 11 m/s (D) 12 m/s
23. The figure shows a conical container of halfapex angle 37 filled
with certain quantities of kerosene and water. The force exerted by
the water on the kerosene is approximately.
(Take atmospheric pressure = 10
5
Pa)
(A)
7
3 10 N (B)
7
4 10 N
(C)
7
2 10 N (D)
7
5 10 N
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24. Current I is flowing along the path ABCD, along the four edges of the cube (figurea), creates a magnetic
field in the centre of the cube of B
0
. Find the magnetic field B created at the center of the cube by a
current I flowing along the path of the six edges ABCGHEA (figureb)
(A)
0
3
2
B Towards corner G
(B)
0
3B Towards corner E
(C)
0
3
2
B Towards corner H
(D)
0
3B Towards corner F
Paragraph for Question 25  26
Two tennis balls of mass 60gm are attached with a massless rubber thread, and held in the
vertical position as shown in the figure. In this position length of the rubber thread is 40 cm
and it is unstretched. The upper ball is slowly raised vertically upward, until the lower ball
just becomes unsupported by the ground. At this time the length of the thread is 1m.
The rubber thread exerts a force which is proportional to its extension.
25. How much work is done by external agent while the upper ball was raised?
(A) 0.54 J (B) 0.36 J (C) 0.18 J (D) 0.45 J
26. If we release the upper ball at this position at what speed will it hit the lower one?
(A) 4 m/s (B) 18 m/ s (C) 30 m/ s (D) 26 m/ s
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Paragraph for Question 27  28
A circuit is shown below :
27. If A is an ideal ammeter, B an ideal Battery of voltage V, and C an ideal voltmeter, what will be
the
reading of
reading of
C
A
?
(A) R (B) 2R (C)
2
R
(D) 0
28. If B is an inductor of inductance L, A an ideal battery of voltage V and C an ideal battery of voltage 2V
each connected so that the positive terminal is facing left, what is voltage across B as soon as the circuit
is connected:
(A)
V
2
(B) V (C)
3
2
V
(D) 0
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MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE
This Section contains 4 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which one
or More Choices may be Correct:
29. A sound wave of frequency f travels horizontally to the right. It is reflected from a large vertical plane
surface moving to left with a speed v. The speed of sound in medium is c :
(A) The number of waves striking the surface per second is
( ) c v
f
c
+
(B) The wavelength of reflected wave is
( )
( )
c c v
f c v
+
(C) The frequency of the reflected wave is
( )
( )
c v
f
c v
+
(D) The number of beats heard by a stationary listener to the left of the reflecting surface is
vf
c v
30. The plates of a parallelplate capacitor are separated by a solid dielectric. This capacitor and a resistor are
connected in series across the terminals of a battery. Now the plates of the capacitor are pulled slightly
farther apart. When equilibrium is restored in the circuit,
(A) The potential difference across the plates has increased
(B) The energy stored in the capacitor has decreased
(C) The capacitance of the capacitor has increased
(D) The battery would have gained energy
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31. Choose the correct statement(s)
(A) Electrons in a conductor have no motion in the absence of a potential difference across it
(B) Two identical metallic spheres of exactly equal masses are taken. One is given a positive charge
Q coulombs and the other an equal negative charge. Their masses after charging are different
(C) A line of force in an electric field is the path traced by a unit positive charge, free to move in that
field
(D) The energy of a charged conductor is stored partly inside the conductor and partly outside the
conductor
32. A series RLC circuit is driven by a generator at frequency 1000 Hz. The inductance is 90.0 mH;
capacitance is 0.500 F ; and the phase constant has a magnitude of 60 0 . (Take
2
10 = )
(A) Here current leads the voltage in phase (B) Here voltage leads the current in phase
(C) Resistance of circuit is
80
(D) At resonance
4
2
10
3
= rad/sec
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SECTION  III
SUBJECTIVE TYPE
This Section contains 6 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 9. Fill the
answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer 5 should be filled
as 5 in the OMR sheet]
33.
Side rail of length 2L are fixed on a horizontal plane at a distance
from each other. These ends are connected by two identical ideal
batteries with emf E by resistanceless wires (see figure). On the
rails is a rod of mass m, which may slide along them. The entire
system is placed in a uniform vertical magnetic field B. Assuming
that the resistance of the rod is R and the resistance per unit length
of each of the rails equal to , find the period of small oscillations (in sec.) arising from shifting the rod
from the equilibrium along the rails. Neglect friction, internal resistance of batteries and induced emf in
the rod. [Take : volt 0 5 1 1 0 25 100 B T , . m L m / m R . m gm = = , = , = , = , = , = ]
34. A uniform rod of length = 1m is free to move and rotate in gravityfree space. When an impulse is
given to one end of the rod, perpendicular to its length, its centre of mass moves with velocity v = 1 m/s.
What will be its angular velocity (in rad/s).
35. A positively charged particle starts at rest 25cm from a second positively charged particle which is held
stationary throughout the experiment. The first particle is released and accelerates directly away from the
second particle. When the first particle has moved 25cm, it has reached a velocity of 10 2 m/s. If the
maximum velocity (in m/s) that the first particle will reach is 10V
0
, find V
0
?
36. The filament of an incandescent lamp of power 64W is made of Tungsten. The operation temperature of
the lamp is 2000K. Consider the filament a black body and find its radius (in mm).
[Given :
8
6 10
= W/m
2
and length of filament is
10
3
cm
]
37. The magnetic flux through each of five faces of a neutral playing dice is given by
B
NWb = where
N (= 1 to 5) is the number of spots on the face. The flux is positive (outward) for N even and negative
(inward) for N odd. What is the flux through the sixth face of the die?
38. The halflife of substance X is 45 years, and it decomposes to substance Y. A sample from a meteorite
was taken which contained 2% of X and 14% of Y by quantity of substance. If substance Y is not
normally found on a meteorite, and the approximate age of the meteorite is 15m years find m.
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SECTION  IV
MATRIX MATCH TYPE
This section contains 2 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have to be
matched. Statements in Column I are labelled as (A), (B), (C) & (D) whereas statements in Column II are
labeled as p, q, r, s & t. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled. More than one
choice from Column II can be matched with Column I.
39.
A particle is moving on a straight line. It is initially at rest.
v = instantaneous velocity P = instantaneous power
S = displacement F = force
t = time
Match the possible expression of the quantities in column 1 with the situation in column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
(A)
3
v S
(p) P = constant
(B)
2
v t
(q) P v
(C) 2
v S
(r) F = constant
(D)
v t
(s) 1
F
v
(t) P t
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40. MATCH THE COLUMN :
Column 1 Column 2
(A) A circular conducting loop rotating about
its axis in a uniform constant magnetic
field perpendicular to its plane.
(p)
Net induced emf in the loop is
nonzero
(B)
A circular conducting loop moving along
its plane in pure translation in a uniform
constant magnetic field perpendicular to
its plane.
(q)
Net induced emf is zero but a small
part of the loop may have some emf
induced across it.
(C) A circular conducting loop placed in a
magnetic field perpendicular to its plane
which is decreasing with time.
(r)
Induced emf in any small part of the
loop is zero.
(D) A square conducting loop rotating about
its side in a uniform constant magnetic
field perpendicular to its axis. Consider a
time when the plane of the loop is
parallel to the magnetic field.
(s) Induced electric field outside the
conductor is zero.
(t) Current flows in the loop.
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PART  III (MATHEMATICS) 80 MARKS
SECTION  I
STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE
This Section contains 8 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which Only
One is Correct :
Paragraph for Q.41  42
If
1 1
2 3
x y
cos cos
+ = then the value of
2 2
9 12 4 x xy cos y + is equal to
2 2
n sin , n N , and complete set
of values of x for which
( ) ( )
2 2
1 1
0 cos x sin x
> is satisfied, is [p, q)
41. If
 
p, q , then possible value of is :
(A) 3 n (B) 4 n (C) 5 n (D) 6 n
42. If is as obtained above, then number of solutions of ( )
( )
2 2
2
1
q p x
sin sin x e
= in   2 2 , is :
(A) 8 n + (B) 10 n + (C) 10 n (D) n
43. A circle
2 2 2
2 2 x y gx gy a + + + = intersects the hyperbola
2
xy c = in four points ( ) ( )
1 1 2 2
P x , y , Q x , y ,
( )
3 3
R x , y and ( )
4 4
S x , y . If O is the centre of the hyperbola, C is the centre of the circle and G is the
centroid of the quadrilateral PQRS and M is the midpoint of OC, then :
1
x
g
+
1 2
2
x x
a
+
1 2 3
1 2 3
x x x
y y y
+
2OG
OM
=
(A) 0 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 8
44. Let ( )
2
1
x
f x
x
=
+
and ( )
( )
2
1
1
g x
x x
=
+
. If A
1
be the area of region bounded between y = f (x), xaxis,
1
x
e
= and x = , and A
2
is the area of region bounded between y = g(x), xaxis and between
1
x
= and
1
x
e
= . Then
1 2
A A equals to :
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C)
3
2
n (D)
13
11
n
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45. If
1 2 3
z , z , z be 3 complex numbers such that
1 2
z z and
1 2 3
2 3 1
3 1 2
0
z z z
z z z
z z z
= then
2
3 1
2 1
z z
arg
z z
 
 

=


\
\
(A)
2
1
z
arg
z
 

\
(B)
3
2
z
arg
z
 

\
(C)
1
3
z
arg
z
 

\
(D)
2
46. If a , b
are perpendicular vectors, then the projection of the vector
( )
a b
a b
l m n
a b a b
 

+ +

\
along
the angle bisector of the vectors a
and b
may be given as :
(A)
2 2
2 2 2
l m
l m n
+
+ +
(B)
2 2 2
l m n + + (C)
2 2
2 2 2
l m
l m n
+
+ +
(D)
2
l m +
47. Let ( )
( )
( )
0 1
1 1
>
=
+
n n
n n
n
x sin x
lim , if x , x
f x
x sin x
, if x
. Then at x = 1
(A) f is continuous
(B) f has removable discontinuity (i.e. ( )
1 x
lim f x

\
. The value of such that
sum of intercepts on axes made by this tangent is maximum is :
(A)
3
(B)
4
(C)
6
a i j and
c in the
same plane having projections 1 and 2 along
a and
b are :
(A)
2 11
3 2
+
i j (B) 2
i j (C)
2 11
5 5
+
i j (D)
2 11
3 2
+
i j
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51. Which of the following statements is(are) correct ?
(A) Three coins are tossed once. At least two of them must land the same way. No mater whether
they land heads or tails, the third coin is equally likely to land either the same way or oppositely.
So, the chance that all the three coins land the same way is 1/2.
(B) Let 0 < P(B) < 1 and P(A/B) = P(A/B
C
). Then A and B are independent.
(C) Suppose an urn contains w white and b black balls and a ball is drawn from it and is replaced
along with d additional balls of the same colour. Now a second ball is drawn from it.
The probability that the second drawn ball is white is independent of the value of d.
(D) A, B, C simultaneously satisfy
P (ABC) = P (A) P (B) P (C)
( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
P ABC P A P B P C =
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) P ABC P A P B P C =
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) P ABC P A P B P C =
Then A, B, C are independent.
52.
1
142 2 2
2
tan
= +
(A) 3 = (B) 5 = (C) ( )
1 2
3 + = (D) ( )
1 2
2 2 + =
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SECTION  III
SUBJECTIVE TYPE
This Section contains 6 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 9. Fill the
answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer 5 should be filled
as 5 in the OMR sheet]
53. Let a function f be defined as ( )
2
2
if 1
1
if 1
1
>
+
x , x
f x
x
, x
x
Then the number of critical point(s) on the graph of this function is_________.
54. If 6 a b c d
(
= =
, then find
6
( ( (
+ +
d b c a d c a b d a b c
55. Let ( ) ( ) ( )
2
2
16 2
2
x
f x sin x x log x x
and
( )
2 4
2
3 2
0
2
tan
e sin d
I
cos tan
, then
1
2
eI
I
is equal to :
57. If G is the greatest and L is the least value of 2 z i + , where 1 i = , and 1 1 3 z then
( )
2
5 G L + is____.
58. Let ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) F x f x g x h x = for all real x, where f (x), g(x) and h(x) are differentiable functions. At some
point x
0
,
( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
0 0 0 0
21 4 F x F x , f x f x = =
( ) ( )
0 0
7 g x g x = and ( ) ( )
0 0
h x kh x = . Then k/4 is equal to____.
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SECTION  IV
MATRIX MATCH TYPE
This section contains 2 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have to be
matched. Statements in Column I are labelled as (A), (B), (C) & (D) whereas statements in Column II are
labeled as p, q, r, s & t. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled. More than one
choice from Column II can be matched with Column I.
59. MATCH THE COLUMN :
Column 1 Column 2
(A)
If exactly two real common tangents can be drawn to the circles
2 2 2 2
2 2 0 and 8 8 6 0 for + = + + = x y x y x y x y Z
then the greatest possible value of equals
(p) 2
(B) ( )
2
2
+
 sin x   cos x  dx
equals (q) 3
(C)
The slope of a curve at (x, y) is
+
x y
x
and it passes through the
points ( )
1
3 and 1
6
 

\
, , then one of the values of is
(r) 1
(D)
( ) 6 2 , , is a point on the plane passing through the line
1 1 3
2 1 1
+ +
= =
x y z
and parallel to the line of intersection of
the planes 5 6 and 3 5 3 4 Then = + + = x y z x y z . is
(s)
16
(t)
0
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60. MATCH THE COLUMN :
Column 1 Column 2
(A)
2
1
1
z i
z
=
+
, locus of point z is (p) 4
(B)
( ) ( ) 1 1 1
4
+ + +
=
i z i z
z i then locus of z is (q) 1
(C)
If the points (1, 2, 3) and (2, 1, 0) lie on the opposite
sides of the plane 2 3 2 x y z k + = , then the
number of integral values of k is
(r) A circle
(D)
If ( )
1 1 1
x , y , z is the image of the point (1, 2, 3)
about the plane 0 x y z + + = then z
1
is
(s) An ellipse
(t) A rectangular hyperbola
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