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PART A : MATHEMATICS

1. (c) 2. (b) 3. (b) 4. (b) 5. (b)
6. (b) 7. (b) 8. (a) 9. (a) 10. (b)
11. (b) 12. (a) 13. (d) 14. (a) 15. (b)
16. (c) 17. (a) 18. (d) 19. (a) 20. (c)
21. (a) 22. (c) 23. (a) 24. (b) 25. (a)
26. (c) 27. (b) 28. (a) 29. (a) 30. (b)
31. (d) 32. (b) 33 (c) 34. (d) 35. (a)
36. (c) 37. (a) 38. (d) 39. (d) 40. (b)

PART B : PHYSICS

41. (d) 42. (b) 43. (a) 44. (b) 45. (a)
46. (b) 47. (c) 48. (b) 49. (a) 50. (c)
51. (c) 52. (d) 53. (c) 54. (a) 55. (a)
56. (c) 57. (c) 58. (c) 59. (a) 60. (d)
61. (a) 62. (b) 63. (a) 64. (b) 65. (a)
66. (c) 67. (c) 68. (c) 69. (c) 70. (b)
71. (c) 72. (b) 73. (b) 74. (b) 75. (c)
76. (d) 77. (d) 78. (c) 79. (c) 80. (a)


PART C : CHEMISTRY

81. (b) 82. (b) 83. (a) 84. (c) 85. (d)
86. (b) 87. (d) 88. (a) 89. (a) 90. (d)
91 (a) 92. (c) 93. (d) 94. (d) 95. (c)
96. (c) 97. (c) 98. (d) 99. (d) 100. (d)
101. (b) 102. (d) 103. (c) 104. (a) 105. (d)
106. (a) 107. (c) 108. (c) 109. (b) 110. (a)
111. (b) 112. (d) 113. (b) 114. (b) 115. (c)
116. (d) 117. (b) 118. (b) 119. (d) 120. (b)

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PART A : MATHEMATICS

1. Ans. (c), We have, 1 a b = =


Now,
( )
. u a a b b =



( ) ( )
. . u b b a a b b =




( )
u b a b =


(1)
u b v =


sin
2
u b v

=


v a b v b
(
=




u v =

(2)
Since, 1, b =

again,
( )
u b a b =


[From (1)]
u

is perpendicular to , b

therefore . 0 u b =


. u u b u + =


. u u b v + =


[Using (2)]
2. Ans. (b), We have ( ) 666.... up to terms n
2 1
6 6.10 6.10 .... 6.10
n
= + + + +
( )
2
10 1
3
n
=
( ) ( )
2
2 4
666..... up to terms 10 1
9
n
n =
Similarly, ( ) ( )
8
888..... up to terms 10 1
9
n
n =
( ) ( )
2
666..... up to terms 888..... up to terms n n +
( ) ( )
2
4 8
10 1 10 1
9 9
n n
= +
( )
2
4
10 1
9
n
=
3. Ans. (b), ( ) ( ) 3 7 2 11 100 f f + =
( ) ( ) 3 11 2 7 140 f f + =
Solve these equations, we get ( ) 7 4 f = .
4. Ans. (b),
( )
4 2
4 2
3 3
1
sin
sin 1/
lim lim
1
1
x y
y y
x x x
y
y
x
+
| |
+
| | |
+
| | =
|
+
+ |
\ .
|
\ .
[Putting ; x y = as , x y ]

3
1
sin
1
1
1 0
lim 1
1
1 0
1
y
y
y
y
y

| |
|
| +
|
|
+
\ .
= = =
+
+

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C
(2, 2)
P
Q
(6, 5) A
5. Ans. (b),
1 0 3
2 1 1 2
0 0 2
A = =
( )
( )
2 2
1 2
adj adj
n
A A A

= = [ Here 3 n = ]

4
2 16 = =
6. Ans. (b), If , , a b c are the pth, qth and rth terms of an AP whose first term = and the common
difference = then the line is
( ) { } ( ) { } ( ) 1 1 1 0 p x q y r + + + + + =
or { } ( ) ( ) { }
1 1 1 1 0 x y p x q y r + + + + + = which is of the form
1 2
0 L kL + =
7. Ans. (b), We have
2 2
4 4 1 0 x y x y + =
Centre ( ) 2, 2 C radius ( ) 4 4 1 3 = + + =
5 3 2 AQ CA CQ = = =
: 3: 2 CQ QA = ,
then
3.6 2.2 3.5 2.2
,
3 2 3 2
Q
+ + | |
|
+ +
\ .
i.e.,
22 19
,
5 5
Q
| |
|
\ .

8. Ans. (a), Operating
1 1 2 3
, C C C C + we get
2 2 2
2 2 2
sin cos 1 0 cos 1
cos sin 1 0 sin 1 0
10 12 2 0 12 2
x x x
x x x = =


9. Ans. (a), Putting 1, 1 x x = =
We get two equations,
0 1 2 2
..... 1
n
a a a a + + + + =

0 1 2 2
..... 3
n
n
a a a a + + =
Adding these equations we get,
0 2 4 2
3 1
.....
2
n
n
a a a a
+
+ + + + =
10. Ans. (b), Let | | x x t = in the interval
| | 0, , 0
4
x
(
=
(


x t = ;
/ 4
0
1
sin 1
2
t dt


11. Ans. (b), We know that
1
sin
2
x

.
Therefore,
1 1 1
3
sin sin sin
2
x y z


+ + =

1 1 1
sin sin sin
2
x y z


= = = sin 1
2
x y z

= = = =

100 100 100
101 101 101
9 9
3 0
3
x y z
x y z
+ + = =
+ +

12. Ans. (a),
( )
( ) ( ) ( )
( )
7/ 8
7/ 8 9/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8
2
3
2 3 3 2
3
3
x dx dx
x x x x
x
x
+
=
+ + | |
+
|
+
\ .


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Put
2
3
x
t
x

=
+

( )
2
5
3
dx dt
x
=
+


1/ 8
7/ 8
1 8 2
5 5 3
x
I t dt c
x

| |
= = +
|
+
\ .


13. Ans. (d), We have, | |
1 3 2
1 1 0 5 1 1 0
0 3 2 2
x
x
( (
( (
=
( (
( (


| | 1 5 6 4 1 0
2
x
x x
(
(
+ + =
(
(

5 6 2 8 0 x x x + + = 4 2 0 x =
1
2
x =
14. Ans. (a), When 0, 1 x y = =

( ) 0, 1
2
dy
dx
| |
=
|
\ .

Equation of tangent is 2 1 0 x y + = . Distance from origin of this tangent
1
5
= .
15. Ans. (b), Rolles Theorem is applicable in | | 0, .
16. Ans. (c),
( )
2
b c
a b c
+
=



( )
( )
. .
2
b c
a c b a b c
+
=





1 1
. . 0
2 2
a c b a b c
| | | |
+ =
| |
\ . \ .




1 1
. , .
2 2
a c a b = =



Now,
1
.
2
a b =


1
cos
2
a b =

(where is the angle between a

and b

)

1
cos
2
=
3
4

=
17. Ans. (a),
( )
2
2
9 1 11
3
10 2 4
x
x x x

| | | |
= + = +
`
| |
\ . \ .

)
2
1 11
2 4
x
| |
=
|
\ .

Now, since LHS is always positive and RHS is negative. No solution.
18. Ans. (d), ( ) ( ) ( )
/ 2
/ 2
0
0
2
f x dx f x f f

| |
= = (
|
\ .


Now, ( ) ( )
2 0 0
0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2
0 1 0
f = = + + =


( ) ( )( )
2 0 1
0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 2
2
1 0 0
f


| |
= = + =
|
\ .

( ) 0 2 2 0
2
f f
| |
= =
|
\ .

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cot x tan x
{ }
min tan , cot x x
19. Ans. (a), Here { } 2, 3, 4, 5 A = and for all 2, 3, 4, 5 , A ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 2, 2 , 3, 3 , 4, 4 , 5, 5 R .
So R is reflexive relation.
20. Ans. (c), Here ( ) | | | | 1 2 1 3 1 1 f = = =
LHL ( ) ( )
0 0
lim 1 limsin 1
2
h h
f h h

+ +

| |
= =
|
\ .


0
limsin
2 2
h
h

+

| |
=
|
\ .
0
lim cos cos 0 1
2
h
h

| |
= = =
|
\ .

RHL ( ) ( )
0 0
lim 1 lim 2 1 3
h h
f h h


= + = + (


| |
0
lim 1 2 1
h
h

= + =
( ) f x is discontinuous at 1 x =
21. Ans. (a), Here, ( ) tan cot tan cot f x x x x x = +

{ }
2min tan , cot x x =
Required area

/ 4 / 2
0 / 4
2 tan 2 cot x dx x dx

= +



( ) ( )
/ 4 / 2
0 / 4
2 log sec 2 log sin x x

= +

( )
1
2 log 2 log1 2 log1 log
2
| |
= +
|
\ .


1
2 log 2 log 2log 2 log 4
2
| |
= = =
|
\ .
sq. units.
22. Ans. (c), 2 z represents exterior and boundary of circle which has origin as a centre and radius 2
and 4 z represent interior and boundary of circle which has origin as a centre and radius 4.
23. Ans. (a), Here,
2 2 2 3
2 2
1 1
0
dy dx
x y x y dy
y x y x
| | | |
+ =
| |
\ . \ .


1 1 1 1
0 d y dy
y x y x
| | | |
+ =
| |
\ . \ .

1 1
0
1 1
d
y x
ydy
y x
| |

|
\ .
+ =
| |

|
\ .

2
1 1
1 1
2
d
y x y
d
y x
| |

|
| |
\ .
=
|
\ .


Integrating both sides, we get
2
1 1
log
2
y
c
y x
= +
2
log
2
x y y
c
xy

= +
24. Ans. (b), Given, cos 2 sin x x >
So if cos 2 sin , x x = we get
2
2sin sin 1 0 x x + =

1
sin 1,
2
x =
But sin 1 x for the inequality

1
sin
2
x =
5
,
6 6
x

= Solution set is
5
, ,
6 6 6


| | | |

| |
\ . \ .

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(-1, -2) C
Q
P
(-1, 0)
(0, 0) O
x
y
25. Ans. (a), Let ( )
2
f x ax bx c = + + and ( ) 1 0 f a b c = + > (given)
Also
2
ax bx c + + does not have any real root.
So,
2
0 ax bx c + + > for all x R
( ) 0 0 0 0 f c = + + > 0 c >
26. Ans. (c),
( ) ( )
/ 4 / 4
1 1 1 2
1 1
0 0
tan tan tan 1 tan
n n n
n n
I I d d


+
+
+ = + = +



/ 4
4
1 2
0 0
tan 1
tan .sec 0
n
n
d
n n

(
= = =
(


( )
1 1
1
n n
n I I
+
+ =
27. Ans. (b), P lies on line AB
Equation , AB ( )
0 1
1 0
2 0
y x


2 2 y x = 2 2 x y + = (1)
P lies on 4 3 9 x y + = (2)
Solving (1) and (2), we get
24 17
,
5 5
x y

= =
28. Ans. (a), Let the variable plane be 1
x y z

+ + = .
If it passes through ( ) , , a b c then 1
a b c

+ + =
( ) ( ) ( ) , 0, 0 , 0, , 0 , 0, 0, A B C
Let ( ) , , P x y z be the point common to the plane passing through , , A B C and parallel to coordinate
planes, then , , x y z = = = .
Locus of P is 1
a b c
x y z
+ + =
29. Ans. (a)
30. Ans. (b)
31. Ans. (d),
It is clear by geometry.
Length of tangents from external point to circle are equal.
OP OQ =
Join , OC
we see that OCQ and OPC are right angle triangle which are
congruent.
Circumcentre lies on mid of OC .
32. Ans. (b)
33. Ans. (c), ( )
x a a
f x b x a
b b x
=
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ve + ve + ve
+
ab ab
30
A
O B
M
r
( )
1 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 1
a a x a x a
f x x a b a b x
b x b x b b
= + +
( ) ( )
2
3 f x x ab =
Now, sign scheme for ( ) f x .
( ) f x is increasing in
( ) ( )
, , ab ab
( ) f x is decreasing in
( )
, ab ab
( ) f x has a local minimum at x ab =
( ) f x has a local maximum at x ab =
34. Ans. (d),
2 OB OM =

3
2 cos30 2 3
2
r r r = = =
Area ( )
2 3
4
OB =

( )
2 2 2
3 3 3
3
4 4
r g f c = = +
35. Ans. (a),
( )
( )
1
lim
1
n
n
n
n
n

+


Case I : n is even, 2 n k = ;
1
2
2 1
lim lim 1
1 2 1
2
k k
k
k k
k
k
k

(
+
(
+

= =
(

(


Case II : n is odd, 2 1 n k = + ;
2 1 1
lim 1
2 1 1
k
k
k


=
+

36. Ans. (c), Put cot x y = is Statement-1.
Then LHS ( )
2
2 2
1 51
cot cos sin 1 cot 1 1
50 50
y y y y x = + = + = + = + =
Statement-1 is true.
In Statement-2, LHS
1 1
7 4 3
tan tan 7 tan 4
1 7 4 29


( = = =

+

Statement-2 is false.
37. Ans. (a),
( )
2
12 1
dy
x x x a
dx
= + + and
( )
2
2
2
12 3 2 1 0
d y
x x
dx
= + >

dy
dx
is an increasing function.
But
dy
dx
is a polynomial of degree 3. That is, it has exactly one real root.
38. Ans. (d), ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) P A B P A P B P A B = +
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( ) ( ) ( )
3
1
4
P A P B P A B +
( ) ( )
1 3
8 4
P A P B + (since minimum value of ( )
1
8
P A B = )
( ) ( )
1 3 7
8 4 8
P A P B + + =
As the maximum value of ( )
3
,
8
P A B = we get ( ) ( )
3
1
8
P A P B +
( ) ( )
3 11
1
8 8
P A P B + + =
39. Ans. (d),
1
L and
2
L are obviously not parallel. Consider the determinant,
( ) ( ) ( )
2 4 1
2 4 3 2 8 9 4 4 3 1 6 4
1 3 2
D

= = + + + +
34 28 2 = + + 0 D skew lines.
40. Ans. (b), The system of equations 1, kx y z + + = , x ky z k + + =
2
x y kz k + + = is inconsistent if
1 1
1 1 0
1 1
k
k
k
= = and one of
1 2
, and
3
is non-zero where
1
,
2
and
3
is non-zero where,
1 2 3
2 2 2
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 , 1 1 , 1
1 1 1 1
k k
k k k k k
k k k k k
= = =
We have ( )( )
2
2 1 , k k = + ( ) ( )
2
1
1 1 , k k = + ( )
2
2
1 , k k = ( ) ( )
2 2
3
1 1 k k = + .
The determinant given in Statement-2 is
1
0, = which is for 1 k = or 1 k = .
1 k = makes all the determinant zero, but for 1, k = all the determinants are not zero.
Hence, both statements are true but Statement-2 is not correct explanation of Statement-1.

PART B : PHYSICS
41. Ans. (d),
L
T RC
R
= = ;
2
T LC =
42. Ans. (b), 1, 1 a b a b = = =



2 2
2 cos 1 a b ab + = 60 =
43. Ans. (a),
2
4 1
tan ,
8
H
H gT
R
= =
2
tan
2
gT
R
=
44. Ans. (b),
max
, T W = W T Ma =
( ) 1
Wa
W
g
=
45. Ans. (a), KE
loss

( ) ( )
2
2 2 2 2
1 1
1 1
2 2 4
m
u e mu e
m
= =
8
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y
x
sin mu
cos u

H
O

m m m r r

P
O / 2 A
/ 2 A 3 / 2 A
P Q R
46. Ans. (b), ( ) Px q d x =
qd
x
p q
=
+

( ) qx p d x =
pd
x
p q
=
+

Shift x x =
47. Ans. (c),
2
1
2
mgh mv mgs = =
2
0.4
5
h
s
= = =
48. Ans. (b),
2
2 2
5
2
2 2
MR
I MR MR = + =
49. Ans. (a),


0
sin L mu R =

2 3
sin
sin
2
u mu
mu
g g

= =

50. Ans. (c),
Work done
( )
p
V V m

=

2
2 2
0
Gm Gm
m
r r
| |
= =
|
\ .

51. Ans. (c), sin x t = , ,
12 8 6
OP OQ OR
T T T
t t t = = =

1
3 2
8 12 24 24
T T T T T
t

= = = ;
2
4 3
6 8 24 24
T T T T T
t

= = =
52. Ans. (d),
1
, e Mg
2
1
1 e Mg

| |

|
\ .


1
2
1
e
e


1
1 2
e
e e
=


53. Ans. (c),
2 cos T
h
rdg

= constant hr =
54. Ans. (a), 2 W r c = =
55. Ans. (a),
2 2
1 1 2 2
1 1
2 2
v v + = +
( ) ( )
2 2
2 1 1 2
1
2
F A v v A = =
56. Ans. (c),
3
4
3
dQ msdT r sdT = =

2
4 A r =

2
3
1 1
A A T r
r r

57. Ans. (c), Change in internal energy is independent of path followed

1 1 2 2
Q W Q W =
58. Ans. (c),
4 2 4
P AT r T =
9
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O
J
O E


G
u
0
F
0
f
A B
2 F
12V 24V
4 F
40 60
110 90
D
B
A C
4V
/ 2 r

R

2
1
r
T
;
3
6
1
M r
T

59. Ans. (a), ( ) 1
2
l n

= +
60. Ans. (d),


0
tan 2 2
OJ IG
u f
= = =


60
2 24
5
= =
61. Ans. (a),
24 12 0
2 4
q q
=

3
12
4
q
= 16 q C =

16
8V
2
AB
V = =
62. Ans. (b),

1
4
100
i = A,
2
4
200
i =

4
40 16
100
A B
V V = = V

4
90 18
200
A D
V V = = V
2
B D
V V = V
63. Ans. (a),
( ) 2
,
2
A B
l
l
R R
lt lt

= =
64. Ans. (b),
1 2 2 1
eff
1 2
r r
E
r r


+
= =
+
;
eff
2
r
r =

2
2
1
2
2
2
i
R

= = =

A

2
1
4 2
2
P i R = = = W
65. Ans. (a),
B mg
=
( )
2
sin 180 sin l R B mgR =

mg
B
lR
=
66. Ans. (c),
2
d r B
dq
R R

= =
67. Ans. (c),
2 2
1 2
1 2
, 8 2 V, 6 2 V
2
rms
e e
e e e
+
= = = ;
rms
e
2 2
8 6 10 = + = V
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B
( - ) r d
a
d
a
68. Ans. (c), , ,
p h h
r
qB p qBr
= = = i.e.,
1
q
.
69. Ans. (c),
/
0
t T
A A e

=

( ) ( )
2 1 1 2
/
2
1
t t t t T
A
e e
A

= =
70. Ans. (b), 499, X =
7
0
4 10 H/m,

=
( )
7 4
0
1 4 10 500 2 10 H/m X

= + = =
71. Ans. (c), Space between walls of the double walled vessel of Newtons cooling apparatus is filled with
water because it keeps the temperature of surrounding of hot liquid uniform.
72. Ans. (b), At 0 t = capacitor behaves as closed switch and inductor behaves as open switch.
So,
1 2 3
, ,
2
I I I
R R R

= = =

1 2 3
1
: : 1: :1
2
I I I =
73. Ans. (b), Flux
( )
1
0
0 0
3
3
net
a
q
a




= = =
74. Ans. (b), As total current
R L C
I I I I = + + as
L
I and
C
I are in opposite phase so 4 I = amp.
75. Ans. (c), As the angle between B

and area vector is 90 so magnetic flux 0 = .


No change in flux. No induced emf and no current.
76. Ans. (d), Torque on dipole is maximum

max
PE = ( ) 2 q d E = ( ) ( )
10
5 10 10 e

=

10
50 10 e

=
9
5 10

= e N-m
77. Ans. (d), As the transistor is not properly biased so the current will not flow in transistor and lamp will
not glow.
78. Ans. (c), Basic concept.
79. Ans. (c), The resistance between Q and C consists of 2r and 2r in parallel which equals ; r this is
now added up in series with BC to give 2r between B and Q.
The process is repeated till we reach , PQ then we are left with 2r and 2r in parallel, i.e., r .
80. Ans. (a),
2
sin90
mv
qvB
r
=
mv qBr = (1)
Since, ( )
2
2 2
a r d r + =
( )
2
2 2
a r r d = ( ) ( )
2
a r r d r r d = + +
( ) ( )
2
2 a d r d =
2
2
a
r d
d
=

2
2 2
a d
r
d
= + (2)
Putting (2) in (1), we get,
2
2
qB a
p mv qBr d
d
| |
= = = +
|
\ .


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PART C : CHEMISTRY

81. Ans. (b), Let mass of each gas taken W =

4
Mass W
CH
Mol. mass 16
= =
n
and
2
W
O
32
=
n


2 2 total
O . P =
x
po

total Total
W
1
32
P P
W W
3
32 16
= =
+

82. Ans. (b), In ccp structure, anions (oxide ion) occupy lattice positions and cations are present in the
voids. There is one octahedral and two tetrahedral voids for one oxide ion.
Since 1/5th of the tetrahedral voids are occupied by divalent cations
( )
2
A ,
+

Number of
2
A
+
ions
1
2 2/ 5
5
= =
Since 1/2th of the octahedral voids are occupied by trivalent cations
( )
3
B ,
+

Number of trivalent
( )
3
B
+
ions

1
1 1/ 2.
2
= =
Thus, formula of the compound is

2/ 5 1/ 2 1
A B O or
4 5 10
A B O
83. Ans. (a), No. of fomula units of NaCl in 58.5 g

23
6.022 10 =
No. of formula units of NaCl in 1.00 g

23
6.022 10
58.5

=
No. of formula units in one unit cell of NaCl 4 =
Total no. of unit cells
23
6.022 10
58.5 4



21
2.57 10 = unit cells
84. Ans. (c),

0.1 A = x
.
4
h
x m


4 . .

h
m x


34 2 1
31 10
6.6 10 kg m s
4 3.14 9.11 10 kg 0.1 10 m

=


6 1
5.79 10 ms

=
(Use
34
4
0.528 10
4

= )
85. Ans. (d), For multielectron species, the orbitals with same ( ) + n l value have same energy
86. Ans. (b),
2 2 2
K Ca Mg Be
+ + + +
< < + <
87. Ans. (d), ( ) ( ) ( )
2
H O H OH ; H 57.32 kJ
+
+ = + l aq aq
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( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
+
2
. ., H H aq H OH aq H H O 57.32 kJ

+ =
f f f
i e l
But ( ) ( )
2
H H O 286.2 kJ

=
f
l
Put this value, we get
( ) ( ) ( ) 0 H OH 286.2 57.32

+ =
f
aq
or
( )
H OH 57.32 286.2 228.88 kJ

= =
f

88. Ans. (a), Given:
2 2 3
1 3
N H ; H 46
2 2

+ =
f
NH kJ mol
( ) ( ) H BE B. E =

r p

| |
N N H H N H
1 3
H B.E B. E 3B.E
2 2

(
= +
(



| |
N H
1 3
46 712 436 3 B. E
2 2

(
= +
(



N H
3 B. E. 1010 46 1056

= + =

N H
1056
B. E 352 kJ/mol
3

= =
89. Ans. (a), ( ) T 5.43 3.55 = =
b f
k m
or 1.90 0.374 =
f
k
or
1.90
5.08
0.374
= =
f
k
90. Ans. (d), Mole fraction of heptane,
25/100
0.448
25 35
100 114
= =
+
h
x
Mole fraction of octane,
0
1 0.448 0.552 = = x

0
P . .

= +
s h h o
x p x p
P 0.448 105 0.552 45 = +
s

47.04 24.84 71.88 kPa = + =
72.0 kPa
91. Ans. (a),
( )
| |
| | 3
2
1 2 2
3
Ag NH
AgCl
K , K
Ag Cl Ag NH
+
+ +
(

= =
( ( (



( )
| || |
3
2
1
2
2
3
Ag NH Cl
K
K
K
AgCl NH
+

( (

= =

( )
| |
| |
3
2 1
2
2
3
Ag NH Ag Cl
K
K AgCl
Ag NH
+
+
+
( ( (

=
(



7
2
9
1.8 10
0.32 10 K
5.6 10

= = =


92. Ans. (c),
| |
3 3
5
3
CH COO H O
K 1.8 10
CH COOH
+

( (

= =
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I
Et
( ) 3-Ethyl-7-iodobicyclo 2,2,1 heptane
7
4
3
2
1 6
5

| |
3
3
CH COO
K
CH COOH OH

(

=
(



| |
3 3
3 3
CH COO H O
CH COOH OH H O
+
+
( (

=
( (



5
14
3
K 1.8 10
K
10 OH H O

+

= =
( (

9
1.8 10 =
93. Ans. (d), When volume is decreased, pressure increase and this will favour backward reaction. Thus,
degree of dissociation decreases but K
p
does not charge since temp. is constant
94. Ans. (d),
2
Na S is strongly ionized and is therefore, highly soluble in water. Out of CuS and ZnS, the
K
sp
of CuS is lower and is precipitated first. Therefore, it is less soluble than ZnS. The correct order of
solubility is
2
Na S ZnS CuS > >
95. Ans. (c), HgS will precipitate first because its solubility product is lowest
96. Ans. (c), The given reaction reveals that Sn is oxidized and
3+
Fe ions are reduced.

3 2
cell c a
Fe / Fe Sn / sn
E E E E E
+ +

= =
( ) 0.77 V 0.14V 0.91V = =
97. Ans. (c),
cell
G FE 1 96500 0.591

= = n
Now G 2.303 RT log K =
c

or
G 96500 0.591
log K 9.99 10
2.303RT 2.303 8.314 298

= = = =

c

or K =
c
antilog
10
10 1 10 =
98. Ans. (d), Protective power of collide
1
.
Gold number
Thus, the protective powers is in the order:
A C B D < < <
99. Ans. (d), Actually the removal of electron from orbitals with lower n value is difficult.
100. Ans. (d),
101. Ans. (b), Freezing point of
2 2
H O 3.8 C
102. Ans. (d), Alkali metals have low I.E. so (d) is wrong.
103. Ans. (c),
104. Ans. (a),
2 3 2 4
Na CO , H SO , KCl
105. Ans. (d) Mn>Cr>Fe>Co.
106. Ans. (a), CN

acts as a good complexing as well as a reducing agent.


107. Ans. (c), Correct





All the others are correct IUPAC names.
108. Ans. (c), Out of these, (c) is identical to D-glyceraldehyde.
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CHO
2
CH OH HO
H
Hold CHOand rotate
the other three anti-clockwise

CHO
OH
H
2
CH OH
( ) D-glyceraldehyde
2
H N
3
SO H
CH
2
Br
CH
3
CH
3
CH
2
slow
CH
2
CH
3
OC
2
H
5
Me
+
Me
+
Me
+
Me
+








109. Ans. (b), Red colour is formed when a compound contains both N S + .
Urea ( )
2 2
NH CONH Blue colouration or ppt.
Thiourea ( )
2 2
NH CSNH Blood red colour.

Sulphanilic acid Blood red colour

Benzene sulphonic acid ( )
6 5 3
C H SO H Only sulphur is present.
110. Ans. (a),
3 2 3 2
2
3
NaNH
NH
CH CH C CH CH CH C C Na
+



3 2 2
3 3 2 2
2
CH CH CH CH Br
SN
CH CH C C CH



2 2 3
CH CH CH
3-octyne


111. Ans. (b),


1 carbocation


1, 2 Methyl shift


3 carbocation
(More stable)


2 5
OC H



Major
112. Ans. (d),
1
N
S reaction proceeds via carbocation intermediate
That halids will be most reactive which gives the most stable carbocation. Since the carbocation

stability is in the order: (from B)

> (from c)



C H
2
C H
3
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H H
H H
Br
Br
H
H
H
Br
H H
OH
OH
CHO
OH
CH
2
OH
OH
COOK
Ph C
CH
3
H
OH
(from A), thus the order of reactivity of halides is also in the same order i.e., B C A. > >
113. Ans. (b),


Step 1. alc. KOH,
dehydroha logenation





2
Step2. NaNH
dehydrohalogenation

Since alkyl halides are more reactive than vinyl halides so the first step occurs smoothly but the second
step with lesser yield. Thus, a stronger base like
2
NaNH in liq.
3
NH is used in second step to get good
yield of alkyne.
114. Ans. (b),


3
CHCl /KOH
Reimer-Tiemann reaction


O-salicylaldehyde



50% KOH
Cannizzaro's reaction
+

115. Ans. (c), The order of reactivity among alcohols towards conc. HCl depend upon the stability of the
carbocation formed. The relative stabilities of the carbocation formed is in the order

2
Ph CH
+
+ (resonance stabilization) > ( )
3 3
CH CH CH I effect
+
+ >
( )
2 2 3
F CH CH CH CH F at carbon

+
> ( )
2 3
F CH CH CH F at - position

+

Thus, order of reactivity of the alcohols is in the same sequence i.e., IV > III > II > I..
116. Ans. (d),


2
4I 6NaOH + +


(d)

3 2
Ph COONa CHI 5NaI 5H O + + +
Yellow ppt.
117. Ans. (b), See the mechanism of Cannizzaro reaction.
118. Ans. (b), The ring which is attached to N atom of NH C
O
group is activated while the
other ring which is linked with carbonyl group is deactivated. The electrophilic substitution will be
preferred activated ring and it occur at a p-position since it is least steric hindered position.
119. Ans. (d), Out of these, only Nylon 66 is a copolymer, these homopolymer.
120. Ans. (b), Insulin cannot be given orally as the disulphide linkages get broken in the stomach and it
becomes inactive.

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