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CY : CHEMISTRY
Duration: Three Hours

Maximum Marks: 150

Read the following instructions carefully


I.

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and report discrepancy, ifany.

2.

Write your registration number, your name and name of the examination centre at the specified
locations on the right half of the ORS.

3.

Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of your registration number and tbe
letters corresponding to your paper code.

4.

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5.

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ORS. Each question has only onc correct answer. In case you wish to change an answer, erase the
old answer completely. More than one answer bubbled against a question will be treated as a wrong
answer.

6.

Questions I through 20 are I-mark questions and questions 21 through 85 are 2-mark questions.

7.

Questions 71 through 73 is one set of common data questions, questions 74 and 75 is another pair of
common data questions. The question pairs (76, 77), (78. 79), (80, 81), (82, 83) and (84, 85) are
questions with lillked answers. The answer to the second question of the above pairs will depend on
Ole answer to the first question of the pair. I [Ole first question in the li,lked pair is wrongly answered
or is un-attempted, then the answer to the second question in the pair will not be evaluated.

8.

Un-attempted questions will carry zero marks.

9.

NEGATIVE MARKING: For Q. I to Q.20, 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. For
Q.21 to Q.75, 0.5 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. For the pairs of questions with
lirlked answers, there will be negative marks on ly for wrong answer to tbe first question, i.e. for Q.76,
Q.78, Q.80, Q.82 and Q.84, 0.5 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. There is no negative
marking for Q. 77, Q.79, Q.81, Q.83 and Q.85.

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Some Useful Data


1.

Physical Constants:
Universal gas constant, R = 8.314 J K-' mor' = 0.082 L atm K"' mor'
Planck constant,

h = 6.626 x 10-34 J s

Avogadro number,

NA = 6.023 x 1023 mor'

Faraday constant,

Electron charge,

e = 1.602 x 10-'9 C

Speed of light,

c = 2.998

Boltzmann constant,

ke = 1.381 x 10-23 J K-'

Electron mass,

llle = 9.1 09

96485 C mor'

108 m sol
10-3 ' kg

2. Atomic Numbers:
B= 5; F=9; Al = 13; Si = 14; P = 15; S = 16; Cl = 17; Ti = 22; V= 23; Cr= 24; Mn =25;
Fe = 26; Co = 27; Ni = 28; ClI = 29; Ru = 44; Rh = 45; Re = 75; Os = 76.

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Q. 1 - Q. 20 Carry one mark each


Q.I

The total number of isomers ofCo(enj,CI, (en ~ ethylenediamine) is


(B) 3

(A) 4

Q.2

(B) Co

(0) Re

(C) Fe

The reaction of AI,C, with water leads to the formation of


(A) methane

Q.4

(D) 5

Metal-metal quadruple bonds are well-known for the metal


(A)Ni

Q.3

(C) 6

(B) propyne

(0) propane

(C) propene

The correct statement about Coo is


(A) Coo is soluble in benzene
(B) Coo does not react with tert-butyllithium
(C) C60 is made up of 10 five-membered and 15 six-membered rings

(0) Two adjacent five-membered rings share a common edge

Q.5

The lattice parameters for a monoclinic crystal are


(B) a ~ b
(C) a

Q.6

Q.7

*c ; a *13 *y

* *c ; a *13 *
b

n,e magnetic moment of [Ru(H,O),]'+ corresponds to the presence of


(A) four unpaired electrons

(B) three unpaired electrons

(C) two unpaired electrons

(D) zero unpaired electrons

The compound that is NOT aromatic is


(A)

(B)

(C)

o
e

(D)

a
e

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The order of stabili ty for the following cyclic olefms is

II

Q.9

III

CAl I < II < III < IV

(Bl II < III < IV < 1

(C) 1I < III < I < IV

(D) IV < 11 < I < 111

The most acidic species is


(B)

(A)

,N,
H H

, N,
H H

(D)

(C)

NMe2

N
I
H

Q. IO

N
I
H

The major product of the fol lowing reaction is

~
(Al

iil H30+

(D)
~

cv

il Naniq. NH:JiTHF, -40C

(B)

(C)

Q. I I

IV

In the carbylamine reaction, R-X is converted to R- Y via the intermediate Z.


R-X, R-Y and Z, respectively, are

(Al R-N H" R-NC, carbene

(B) R-NH, , R-NC, nitrene

(C) R-NC, R-NH, , carbene

(D) R-OH, R-NC, nitrene

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The compound that is NOT oxidized by KMnO. is

(A)

(B)

Me~
MeMe
H

Mes
e Me

Me

I'"
N""

I'"
/.

(D)

(C)

Q. 13

Me(SMeMe

I'"
N""

I'"
/.

Cyanogen bromide (CNBr) specifically hydrolyses the peptide bond fonned by the C-side of
(A) methionine

Q.14

MeseOH

(B) glycine

(C) proline

(D) serine

The lIammett reaction constant p is based on


(A) the rates of alkaline hydrolysis of substituted ethyl benzoates
(B) the dissociation constants of substituted acetic acids
(C) the dissociation constants of substituted benzoic acids
(D) the dissociation constants of substituted phenols

Q. 15

The lifetime of a molecule in an excited electronic state is 10. 10 s. The uncenainty in the energy
(eV) approximately is
(A) 2 x 10"

Q. 16

(D) 10. 14

(B) 2

(C) I

(0)4

At T = 300 K, the thermal energy (keT) in cm" is approximately


(A) 20000

cv

(C) 0

For a one component system, the maximum number of phases that can coexist at equilibrium is
(A)3

Q.17

(B) 3 x 10.6

(B) 8000

(C) 5000

(D) 200

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For the reaction 2 X] = 3 X" the rate of formalion of X, is


(A) 3 ( - d[X]] / dt)

Q.19

(8) 1/2 ( -d[X]] / dt)

(C) 1f3 ( -d[X]] / dt)

(D) 3/2 ( -d[X]] / dt)

(C) iomc

(D) nonbonding

The highest occupied molecular orbital of HF is


(A) bonding

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(8) antibonding

The residual entropy oftbe asymmetric molecule N,O in its crystalline state is 5.8 J K" mol" at
absolute zero. The number of orientations that can be adopted by N, O in its crystalline state is
(A) 4

(8) 3

(C) 2

(D) I

Q. 21 to Q.75 Carry two marks each


Q.21

The spectroscopic ground state symbol and tile total number of electronic transitions of
[Ti(H,O).]" are

Q.22

Q.23

'1'"

and 2

(8) ]A,. and 3

(C) ]T,& and 3

(0) ] A,. and 2

(A)

The structures of the complexes [Cu(N HJ),](CIO,), and [Cu(NI-I])4](CIO,) in solution respectively
are
(A) square planar and tetrahedral

(8) octahedral and square pyramidal

(C) octahedral and trigonal bipyramidal

(D) tetrahedral and square planar

In biological systems, the metal ions involved in electron transport are


(A) Na' and K+

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(C) Ca" and Mg'+

(D) Cll" and Fe"

In a homogeneous catalytic reaction. I.OM of a substrate and I.O].IM of a catalyst yields 1.0 mM of
a product in 10 seconds. The tumover frequency (TOF) of the reaclion (s') is
(A) 10"

C'y

(8) Zn'+ and Mg"

(8) 10'

(C) 10"

(D) 10]

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The expected magnetic moments of the first-row transition metal complexes and those of the
lanthanide metal complexes are usually calculated using
(A) fl equation (s. o. = spin only) for both lanthanide and transition metal complexes
(B) !! equation for lanthanide metal complexes and fl, equation for transition metal complexes

(C) !! '.0 equation for transition metal complexes and fl, equation for lanthanide metal complexes
(D)!!

Q .26

Q. 27

L.S

equation for transition metal complexes and fl, o equation for lanthanide metal complexes

The Bronsted acidity of boron hydrides follows the order

Nael is crystallised by slow evaporation of its aqueous solution at room temperature. The correct

statement is
(A) The crystals will be non-stoichiometric
(B) The crystals should have Frenkel defects

(C) The percentage of defects in the crystals will depend on the concentration of the solution and its
rate of evaporation
(D) The nature of defects will depend upon the concentration of the solution and its rate of

evaporation

Q.28

eaTiO, has a perovskite crystal structure. The coordination number of titanium in eaTiO, is
(A) 9

Q .29

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(C) 3

(D) 12

If eLF, were to be stereochemically rigid, its I9F NMR spectrum (I for I9F = v,) would be (assume
that el is not NMR active)
(A) a doublet and a triplet

(B) a singlet

(C) a doublet and a singlet

(D) two singlets

The point group of NSF, is


(A) Dld

,v

(B) 6

(B)

e'h

(D)

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When NiO is heated with a small amount ofLi,O in air at 1200 c, a non-stoichiometric compound
Li,Ni(l _,p is fonned. This compound is
(A) an n-type semiconductor containing only Ni [.
(B) an n-type semiconductor containing Ni [. and Ni'

(C) a p-type semiconductor containing NiH and Ni'


(D) a p-type semiconductor containing only Ni'

Q.32

Q.33

White phosphorus, P" belongs to the


(A) closo system

(B) /lido system

(C) arachllo system

(D) hypha system

Among the compounds Fe,O" NiFe,O, and Mn,O,

(A) NiFe,O, and Mn,O, are nonnal spinels

(B) Fe, O, and Mn, O, are nom,.1 spinels


(C) Fe,O, and Mn, O, are inverse spinels
(D) Fe, O, and NiFe, O, are inverse spinels

Q.34

The number of M-M bonds in Ir,(CO) " are


(A) four

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(B) six

(C) eight

(D) zero

Schrock carbenes are


(A) triplets and nucleophilic

(B) triplets and electrophilic

(C) singlets and nucleophilic

(D) singlets and electrophilic

The INCORRECT statement aboullinear dimethylpolysiloxane, [(CH,), SiO]", is

CA) it is extremely hydrophilic


(B) it is prepared by a KOH catalysed ring-opening reaction of[Me,SiO],
(C) it has a very low glass transition temperature
(D) it can be reinforced to give silicon elastomers
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Match the entries a-d with their corresponding structures p-s.

bridged system

atropisomeric system

8
MeO

c spiro system

Me

p
0

<<

Me OMe

Q.38

fused system

(A) a-s; b-r; c-q; d-p

(8) a-p; b-s; c-q; d-r

(C) a-q; b-p; c-s; d-r

(D) a-s; b-r; c-p; d-q

The reaction between X and Y to give Z proceeds via

Ph

OJ:
""

.-'Ph

Q:
0

{;

R
~

H 0
Ph

(A) 4n-conrolatory opening of X followed by endo Diels-Alder cycloaddirion


(8) 4n-disrolalory operung of X followed by endo Diels-Alder cycioaddilion
(C) 4n-conrotatory opening of X followed by exo Diels-Alder cycioaddition
(D) 4n-disrotatory opening of X followed by exo Diels-Alder cycioaddilion

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The major products P, and P" respectively, in Ole following reaclion sequence are

9 e
Me- C= N- O

l>.

Me~ Me

H2! Ni

P1

H2O

P2

(A)
N- O

Me~" Me

HN- O

and

Me~" Me

Me

Me

(B)
N- O

Me~ " Me

and

MeY

" Me
Me

Me

(e)

N- O
MeY

OH

OH

0
Me

and

MeY

Me

Me
Me

(D)
H
N

OH

Me~" Me

NH 2 0H

and

Me~ " Me
Me

Me

Q.40

The products Y and Z are formed, respectively, from X via

c/
ceo------------....
Cf
I

I_

(A) hv, conrotatory opening and l>., disrotalory opening


(B) hv, disrotatory opening and l>., conrotatory opening
(C) l>., conrotatory opening and hv, disrotatory opening
(D) l>., disrotatory opening and hv, conrolatory opening

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Q.41

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o-Bromophenol is readily prepared from phenol using the following condilions


(A) i) (CH,CO),O;

ii) Br,; iii) HCI-H,O, I!.

(B) i) H,S04, 100 DC

ii) Br,

iii) H,O', 100 DC

(C) N-Bromosuccinimide, dlbenzoyl peroxide, CCl., I!.


(D) Br,lFeBr,

Q.42

The major producl of the fo llowi ng reactio n is


Ti(O-'Pr}4, L-( +}-dielhyl la rtarale

(A)

(B)
iPr

O~OH

O:::COH
'Pr
(D)

(C)

O~OH

'Pr

~OH

'Pr

Q.43

The phOiochemical reaction of2-methylpropane with F, gives 2-!luoro-2-melhylpropane and 1!luoro-2-methylpropane in 14:86 ralio. The correspondi ng ratio of the bromo products in the above
reaclion using Br, is mosl likely to be
(A) 14: 86

Q.44

The major product P of lhe following \eac tions is


0

EtO~Me

(!)

i}X
, H, tJ.
OH OH
ii) MeMgBr (excess)
iii) H30

(A)

(C)

(!)

(B)

OH

Me

OH

M~Me

EtOW~e
(D)

Me~Me
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(D) 99: I

(C) I: 9

(B) 50 : 50

I:

Me! O \Me
Me

Me

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The reagent X in the following reaction is

HO

Ph 3 P, PhC02H,
THF

""-

Ph

0
O~

(B)

(A)

H02CN=NC02H

Et02CHC=CH-C02Et
(D)

(C)

Et02CN=NC02Et

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o -N=C=N- Q

The major product of the following reactions is

(B)

(A)

HO~OH

HO~oJl
(D)

(C)

~oJl
OH

Q.47

The major product of the following reaction is

H2, Pt02 (cat.)


0

C02CH3

..

AcOH , room temperature


(B)

(A)

C02CH3

(C)

CH20H

C0 2CH 3

(D)

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C02CH3

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Q.48

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cv

the following compound, the hydroxy group that is most readily methylated with CH,N, is

H~_ H)=(H
T'o~o
HO

(8) q

(A) P

Q.49

The most appropriate sequence of reactions for carrying out the following transformation is

Q.50

NH

ii) excess SOCI,/pyri dine;

iii) excess NH,;

iv) LiAllt,

(8) i) O,/Me,S;

ii) excess SOCl,Ipyridine;

iii) LiAll1,;

iv) excess NH,

(C) i) O,IH,O,;

ii) excess SOCI,/pyridine;

iii) LiAlH,,;

iv) excess NH,

(D) i) O,IMe,S;

ii) excess SOCI,/pyridine;

iii) excess NH,;

iv) LiAIH.

The number of optically active stereoisomers possible for 1,3-cyclohexanediol in its chair
IS

(C) 2

(8) 3

(A) 4

(D) I

The major product of the following reactions is

c5

(8)

(A)

Me

Me

6
(e)

0H

c:r
Me

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(A) i) O,JH,O,;

conformation

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(D)s

(C) r

6 , " OH

(D)
Me

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In the following reaction,

CHO
Ht OH

HCN

-------,l.~

CH 2 0H

+ y

(2 diastereomers)

D-Glyceraldehyde

The absolute configurations ofrhe chiral centres in X and Yare

Q.53

(A) 2S, 3R

and

2R, 3R

(B)

2R, 3R

and

2R,3S

(C) 2S, 3S

and

2R, 3R

(D)

2S, 3R

and

2S, 3R

The IR stretching frequencies (cn'-') Cor the compound X are as follows: 3300-3500 (s, br); 3000
(m); 2225 (s); 1680 (5).

~H

NC~OH
X

The COtTect assignment of the absorption bands is


(A)
V(OH)

= 3300-3500; V(CH) = 3000;

"(CN)

= 2225; v(CO) = 1680

V(OH)

= 3000;

= 3300-3500;

V(CN)

= 2225;

v(CO)

= 1680

V(OH)

= 3300-3500;

V(CH)

= 3000;

V(CN)

= 1680;

"(CO)

= 2225

V(OH)

= 3000;

= 3300-3500;

V(CN)

= 1680;

v(CO)

= 2225

(B)
V(CH)

(e)
(D)

Q.54

V(CH)

The To point group has 24 elements and5 classes. Given that it has two 3-dimensional irreducible

representations, the number of one dimensional irreducible representations is


(A) I

Q.55

(C) 2

(D) 3

The total number of ways in which two nonidentical spin Y:, particles can be oriented relative to a
constant magnetic field is
(A) I

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(B) 6

(B) 2

(C) 3

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Approximalely one hydrogen atom per cubic meter is present in interstellar space. Assuming that
ule H-atom has a diameter of 10-'0 m, the mean free path (m) approx.imately is
(A) 10'0

Q.57

The wave function of a diatomic molecule has the form", = 0.89 <p ,.,,',,' + 0.45 <p , ". The chance
that both electrons of the bond will be found on the same atom in I 00 inspections of the molecule
approximately is
(A) 79

Q.58

(D) 10"

(C) 10"

(8) 10"

(8)20

(C) 45

(D) 60

For the reaction given below, the relaxation time is 10.0 s. Given that 10% of A remains at
equilibrium, the value of k, (5') is

..k ..

-I

(A)9x 10'

Q.59

(C) 10'

(D) 9 x 10'

The minimum number of eleclrons needed to fonn a chemical bond between two atoms is
(A) I

Q.60

(8) 10-'

(8) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

The ground state electronic energy (Hartree) of a helium atom, neglecting the inter-electron
repulsion, is

(A) - 1.0

Q.61

(8) 2 x 10'

(C) 2 X 10. 2

(0)0

(8) 150

(C) 200

(D) 300

A box of volume V contains one mole of an ideal gas. The probability that all N particles will be
found occupying one half of the volume leaving the other half empty is

(A) 112

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(D) - 4.0

A certain molecule can be treated as having o,uy a doubly degenerate state lying at 360 cm' above
the nondegenerate ground state. The approx.imate temperature (K) at which 15% of the molecules
will be in the upper state is
(A) 500

Q.63

(C) - 2.0

A particle is confined to a one-dimensional box of length I mm. lfthe length is changed by 10'111,
the % change in the ground state energy is
(A) 2 x 10"

Q.62

(8) - 0.5

(8) 21N

(C) (1/2)N

(D) (1/2)

6N

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Q.64

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According to the Oebye-Hiickel limiting law, the mean activity cocfticient of 5 x 10" mol kg"
aqueous solution of CaCI, at 25C is (the Oebye-Hiickel constant' A' can be taken to be 0.509)

(A) 0.63

Q.65

(D) x dfldx

(C) -f(x)

(C) I

(B) < I

(0)(1 - b)

(B) 8 x 10' "

(C) 2 x 10"

(D) I

x 10'"

The rotational constants for CO in the ground and the first excited vibrational states are 1.9 and 1.6
cm-I , respectively. The % change in the internuclear distance due to vibrational excitation is

(A) 9

Q.69

(B) f(x)

Physisorbed panicles undergo desorption at 27 C with an activation energy of 16.628 kJ mor'.


Assuming first-order process and a frequency factor ono" Hz, the average residence time (in
seconds) of the panicles on the surface is

(A) 8 x 10'"

Q .68

(D) 0.91

If a gas obeys the equation of state P (V - nb) = nRT, the ratio (C p _ C v)! (C p _ C v)""" is

(A) > I

Q.67

(C) 0.80

(B) 0.72

The operation of the commutator [x, dldx] on a function f(x) is equal to


(A) 0

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(0)0

(C) 16

(B) 30

The mechanism of enzyme (E) catalysed reaction of a substrate (S) to yield product (P) is
-drS) =

E+P

dt

k t k 2 [S)-k_ t k_ 2 [P)

[E)o

kl [S)+k..2[P)+k_ l+k 2

If a sma)) amount ofS is convened to P, the maximum rate for the reaction will be observed for

(A) (k., + k,) k, [S]

(C) (k.2 + k,) = (k_, + k,)

Q.70

(B) (k., + k,)

k, [S]

(D) k., k,

The lowest energy state of the (Is)' (2s)' (3s)' configuration of Be is


(A) 'So

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(B) '0 2

(C) ]S,

(D) ]p,

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Common Data Questions


Common Data for Questions 71, 72 and 73:
An electron accelerated through a pOlential difference of q> volts impinges on a nickel surface, whose (100)
planes have a spacing d = 351.8 x 10" m (351.8 pm).
Q.71

The de-Broglie wavelength of the electron is AI pm


(A) 1.5 x 10"

Q.72

The value of , a' in volts is

(C) 6.63 x 10'

(D) 2.5 x 10 1

The condition for observing diffraction from the nickel surface is


(A) A

Q.73

(B) 1.5 x 10'

= (al q'

2d

(B) A =:: 2d

(C) A=::ad

(D) A?: ad

The minimum value of q> (V) for the electron to diffract from the (100) planes is
(A) 3000

(B) 300

(C) 30

(0)3

Common Data for Questions 74 and 75:


An iron complex [FeL.t (L = neutral monodentate ligand) catalyses the oxidation of (CH,),S by
per benzoic acid.
Q.74

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The formation of the organic product in the above reaction can be monitored by
(A) gas chromatography

(B) cyclic voltammetry

(C) electron spin resonance

(D) fluorescence spectroscopy

The oxidation state of the metal ion in the catalyst can be detected by
(A) atomic absorption spectroscopy

(8) Mossbauer spectroscopy

(C) HPLC

(D) gas chromatography

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Linked Answer Questions: Q.76 to Q.85 carry two marks each


Linked Answer Questions 76 and 77:
In the reaction,

Q.76

Q.77

X+Y

Compound X is

CAl

(B)

(C)

(D)

RJl(PPh,hCI reacts very fast with a gaseous mixture ofH, and C,H, to immediately give Z. The
structure of Z is

(Al

(B)

(C)

(D)
PPh3

Ph 3P-Rh- PPh3

_I

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Linked Answer Questions 78 and 79:


The reaction of PCi) with methanol in tile presence of triethylamine affords compound X. EI mass
spectrum of X shows a parent ion peak at .nlz = 124. Microanalysis of X shows that it contains C, H, 0 and
P. The 'H NMR spectrum of X shows a doublet at4.0 ppm. The separation between tile two lines of the
doublet is approximately 15 Hz (I for 'H and li p = Vo).
Q.78

Compound X is
(A) (CHJO)JP
(C) (CHJO),P(O)(OH)

Q.79

Upon heating, compound X is converted to Y, which has the same molecular formula as that ofX.
The 'H NMR spectrum ofY shows two doublets centered at3.0 ppm (separation of two lines -20
Hz) and 4.0 ppm (separation of two lines - 15 Hz) respectively.
Compound Y is
(A) (CHJO),P(O)(OH)

(B) (CH,O)JP

(C) (CH,O),(CH,)P(O)

(0) (CH,O),(CHJ)P(OH)

Linked Answer Questions 80 and 8]:


For butyrophenone (PhCOCH,CH,CH J),
Q .80

the most probable fragmentation observed in the electron impact ionization (EI) mass spectrometry
is

(B)

(A)

0 1+
Ph

01' -

+ H2C= CH 2

(0)

(C)

Ph~
Q.81

Ph

+ oCH3

+ H2C= CH2

0
PhA

H2C~CH3

photoirradiation leads to the following set of products.


(A)

(B)

H~
(C)

(0)
H2C= CH 2

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Linked Answer Questions 82 and 83:


In the following reaction,

hv

- - - - . [I] -----. P
Q.82

the reactive intermediate I and the product Pare

(B)

(A)
carbene and

radical and

(C)

(D)
carbene and

Q.83

radical and

the product P shows 'm' and ' n' number of signals in 'H and
values of Om' and 'n' are

"e NMR spectra, respectively. The

(A) m = 3 and n = 2

(B) m = 2 and n = 3

(C) m = 2 and n = 2

(D) m = 4 and n = 3

Linked Answer Questions 84 and 85:


The infrared spectmm of a diatomic molecule exhibits transitions at 2144, 4262 and, 6354 cm'
corresponding to excitations from the ground slate to the first, second and, third vibration Slates
respectively.
Q.84

The fundamental transition (cm') of the diatomic molecule is at


(A) 2 157

Q.85

(B) 2170

(C) 2183

(D) 2196

The anharmonicity constant (cm') of the diatomic molecule is


(A) 0.018

(B) 0.012

(C) 0.006

(D) 0.003

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