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EI(AMINATION June, 2006 CHE-I : ATOMS AI{D MOLECUTES & CIjIE-2 : INORGAMC CHEMISTRY
Instntctions 1. : Sfudenfsregistered both CHE-I & CHE-zcourses for should answer both the question pspers in two seporate answer books entering their enrolment numbe4 coursecode and coursetitle clearly on both the answerbooks. Students who haue registeredt'or CHE-7 or CHE-2 should answer the releuant question paper after entering their enrolment numbeti coursecode and coursetitle on the onswer book.

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc.) Term-End Examination June, 2006 CHEMISTRY CHE-1 : ATOMS AND MOLECULES
Time: 7 hour Note : Attempt all the fiue questions. Maximum Marks: 25

Use the following data : Velocity of light (c) - 2'998 x 108 m 1. Ans,ver any troo parts. (a) What is the mathematical form of the Einstein's theory of photoelectnc elfect ? (b) (c) What is the Zeeman eflecl ? How many normal modes of vibration are there in

cH3oH ?

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Answer any two parts. (a) Predict the shapes of any two oI the following molecules: (i) (ii) XeFn PFo-

(iii) clF3 (iv) HsCl, (b) Identify the type of hybridisationfor each carbon atom in the followingmolecules :

(i) cH3- coct


(ii)
(c)

HC = CH

In Oo and Fo, oo molecular orbital is of lower 'P* energy tnun tl2pv ' Explain why. and ,ro, ^ot""ular orbitals.

3.

Attempt any luro parts :


(a)

What are the three componentsof molar polarisation of a substance? Write an expressionfor any one of them, giving the meaning of each symbol. absorbsin the microwave region or not. Justify your answers.

(b) For each of the following molecules,state whether it

(i) co (ii) ctz (iii) coz


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(c)

Calcutatethe force constant of a diatomic molecule (AB) which absorbsal 2'L43 t 105 m-1 and whose reducedmassis 1'139 * 10-26 kg.

4.

Attempt any turo parts. (a) Derive the following expressionfor the radius rn of the nfr stationary orbit in the Bohr model :

'n=;;7'

nZt h2

where the symbolshave their usual meanings. (bl Draw the plots of the variation of (i) R(r), and (ii) ,2 Rz(r) wth r/ao for 2s and 3p atomic orbitals' (c) Give reasonsfor the following : (i) (ii) Ionic radius of F ion is lessthan that of H- ion' PClu is formed easilybut not NClu.

5.

Attempt any one Part, (a) or (b). (a) (i) (ii) What is ionic-covalentresonance? What are the three major rules for the linear combinationof atomic orbitals (LCAO) ? 2

OR
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(i)

The dipole moment and the bond length of a diatomicmoleculeAB are 3'5 " 10-30 cm and 125 pm, respectively.Calculate the magnitude of charge on the A and B atoms. Write balanced equations for reactionsgiven below : proton emissionUv fjK neutron emissionUv !!et 1o1B alpha emissionby the nuclear

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B'Sc') Term-End Examination June, 2006 CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHE-2 : INORGANIC
Time : 2 hours Nate: (i) core Answer all the fiue questions'Take particular question' to note the internal choice in each AII the questionscorry equal marks' Maximum Marks: 50

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Answer anYten of the following:


(i) What'is

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earth the atomic number of third alkaline

metal, Be being the first member ? the following elements in the increasing

(ii)

Arrange

order of ionisation energY i Na. Li, Rb, K.

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(iii) From among the foilowing, choose the correct varue for the principal quantum number of the outermost electron of potassium : 2,3,4, 5, 6. (iv) Arrange the following salts in the increasingorder,of lattice energy : KCl, LiCl, NaCl. (v) Choose the most basic hydroxide amongst the following : Be(OH)2, Mg(OH)r, Ca(OH), and Sr(OH)r. (vi) Which of the following is the strongest Lewis acid : BF3, BBrr, BCl3 (vii) Which gets more readily hydrolysed: CCl4 or SiCl4

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(viii) Anange the following in decreasingorder of bond angle : NH3, SbH3, pH3, AsHa. (ix) Give the oxidation state of ,p, in.HrpOn. I j

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(x)

Arrange the following in increasingorder of thermal stabilitY : HzO, HrTe, HrSe, HzS.

(xi) Which one of the follswing has the highest electron affinity :

n C l , B a l
(xir) What is ihe state of hybridisationof Xe in XeFn ? (xiii) How many unpaired electronsare present in Fe3* ? (xiv) What is the coordination number of Pt in the following complex : lPt (en)rClr) (xv) Which metal is purified by Mond's process?

2.

(a)

Explain the basis on which elementsare arranged in the long form of Periodic table.

(b)

Define electron affinity. How does it vary across the period and down the grouP ?

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(c)

Define hydrogen bonding. Give its types. Water has abnormally high boiling point compared to the hydrides of other elementsin Group 16. Explain. OR What are the factors which influence solubilityrof a salt ? Explain taking the example of caesium halides or alkali metal carbonates. 4

(d)

Explain, with balancedequations,as to what happens when CO, is passedthrough lime water (i) (iil in small amounts, in excess. OR Why do alkaline earth metals form more complexes as compared to alkali metals ? 2

3.

(a)

Write short notes on any two of the following : (i) (ii) Froth flotation method Nitrogen cycle

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(iii) Catenation property of carbon (iv) Structure of diborane

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(b)

Answer (1) or (2) from the following : (1) Explain any two of the following : (i) (ii) (iii) Phosphorusforms PFu while nitrogen does not form NFu. Boronformselectron-deficientcompounds. Hydroiodicacid acts as a strongeracid than hydrochloric acid.

(21 Completethe followingreactions: (i) (ii)' NH, + Naocl ------+ Zn + HrSOn ________+

(iii) NarSrO. + t2 (iv) 4. (a) cl, + HrS _-____+

Give one reaction each to show the oxidising and reducingproperty of HNO2. OR Compare the structureof CO, and SiOr.

(b)

Discussthe structureof XeFror anhydrousaluminium chloride. Why is the bond dissociationenergy of fluorine less than that of chlorine? OR Discussthe diagonal relationshipbetween boron and silicon.

(c)

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(d)

What are interhalogen compounds ? How are they classified? Give the structureof IFr. OR What are /-block elements? Compare the properties of lanthanidesand actinides.

5.

(a) Write chemical formula of any one of the following :


(i) (ii) Calcium hexacyanofenate(ll) (llf Potassiumhexacyanocobaltate

(b) Write the name of any one of the following :


(i) (ii) (c) K2[N(CN)4] [P(NH3)4(Cr)2]SO4

Using valencebond theory, predict the geometry and magnetic characterof [NiCl4]z-. OR Give the postulatesof Werner's theory.

(d)

Discuss any two of the following characteristicsof 2x2 d-block elements: (i) (ii) Variable valency Magnetic property

(iii) Catalytic property (iv) Complex formation

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(e)

Halogens form various types of compounds with oxygen. Is it justifiedto call them halidesof oxygen ? Give reason for vour answer. OR Why is SO, not dissolved water directly during the in preparation of sulphuric acid ?

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Time : 2 hours Note : Maximum Marks : 50

Attempt all the parts. Answerfiue questions from each of the three parts,A, B and C. From part D, ansu)er any four questions. = 8.314 J mol-l K 1) (R

PART A Answer any fiue questions. 1. 2. 3. 4. State Charles'law. State Trouton'slaw. What are smecticliquid crystals ? A heterogeneous catalyst takenas a finely dividedpowder is rather than as a smooth surface.State the reason. 7 1

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Define colligativeproperty.

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6 . What is a zeroth order reaction ? Give one example' 7 . State the eff.ecloI concentrationof a solution on its molar
conductance

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acids. State the dilferencebetweenLewis and Br@nsted

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PAR-T B Answer any fiue questions. g. What is an ideal solution ? State the conditionsfor two liquidsA and B to form an idealsolutionon mixing.

lO. State any two differences betr4reen physisorption and chemisorption. 11. Define surfacetension of a liquid. What are its units and dimensions ? 12. DeriveBragg equation. n)" : 2d sin 0 13. For the reversible isothermal expansion derive the expression

W : 2 3 0 3 n R Tl o g$

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PART C Answer any fiue questions. 17. Define dipole-dipole interactions.Discuss the effect of molecular interactionson the physicalproperties. 18. Calculate the vapour pressure of water al 298 K. Molar enthalpy of vaporisationof water at its normal boiling point is 4.10 t 104 J mol 1. At 1'00 * 105 Pa, water boils at 373 K. that the efficiency 19. Statethe stepsleadingto the relationship of a Carnot engine is equalto W/qr"u where W is the total work done by the systemand qrnuis the heat absorbedfrom the source at higher temperature. 20. State distribution law. Derive it using thermodynamic considerations. 21. I t 10-3 m3 of a solutioncontaining4'0 x 10-3 kg of a non-volatile organic solute exerts an osmotic pressure of the 6'66 x 104 Pa at 300 K. Calculate molar massof the solute. 22. DeIine the terms :
(i) (ii) (iii)

Phase Components Degreesof freedom of a system

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23. What is meant by standardelectrodepotential ? Construct a cell for the cell reactionin which copper metal displaces metallic silver from silver nitrate solution. 24. ln a reaction

A+2BizC+o
A and B are taken in a closedvessel 300 K. The initial at concentration B is 1.5 times that of A. At equilibrium, of the concentrations A and D are equal. Calculatethe of equilibriumconstantat 300 K.

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PART D Answer any four quesfions. 25. (a) Derive the expressionsfor Vr, pc and T. using van der Waalsequation. Calculate the root mean squar speedof hydrogen e molecules 300 K. at Molar massof hydrogen= 0 002 kg mol 1.

(b)

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The standardenthalpy of formation of H2O (l) at the standard 298 K is - 285'8 kJ mol 1. Calculate internal energy change for the formation of water at 298 K. 2

28. (a)

Describethe "ActivatedComplex theory" of reaction rates of a chemical reaction. For the decomposition N2O at 773 K, of k = 1.00 t 1g-5 ,:1 uni Eu : 250 kJ mol-l. CalculateA using Arrhenius equation.

(b)

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p H = * p K . . , -l p n -

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(c)

Describe experimenlal the methodof determination of quantumefficiency.

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc') Term-End Examination June, 200,6 CHEMISTRY CHE-S : ORGANICCHEMISTRY
Time: 2 hours Note : 1. (a) Attempt oll the four questions' : 1+1 Give the IUPAC namesof any two of the following Maximum Marks: 50

CHs
I

(i) cHs-c-qH
t

9H. -cHz-cHz-9-Ct,
l -

cH3 cH3

cHs

(ii) <)Br

N(c2H5)2

(iii) H3-c= c-cHz-cH c

= cH- cHz- c-NH2 lt

cHE-s

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(b)

Write the structural formula of any two of the following : (il (ii) 3-oxo-2-nitropent-4-enoyl chloride N-methyl-4-hydroxyaniline

(iii) hept-6-ene-3-ynoicacid . (c) what is the reagent used to convert nitrobenzeneto azoxybenzene?

1 { 2

2.

Attempt any fiue of the following : (a)

( i le O # - a { 4 a
--+Y (ii)<_JJ L ft
NH, l r O l

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'"/Hzo> ?

(ii) cHs- cH - cH - cHs *u*"?, , Na/iq.l'{Hr, , Br


(b)

Br
z

Explain why cyclooctatetraene not aromatic. is

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Below

are given carbocations:

the

examples

of

sgme

CH" + 1 " + + C H z , C H 3 - C + , C H s - C H 2 a n dC H 3

cHe
Place them in the decreasingorder of their stability and give reason(s) support of your answer. in 2

(d)

How

will you synthesise butanone from ethyl 3-oxobutanoate?

(e)

Explain Cannizzaro's reaction using a example.

suitable

(fl

Assign E or Z configuration to the following compound :

cH.

j.:.1

cH?oH

H/

\ a".

(g)

DiscussHell-Vollhard-Zelinsky reaction using a suitable example.

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3.

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(D G

!1'.",*.'bcH:cH2

(ii) 52..-' .$1.n,


cH3 cH3

(ii,) OO
(b)

and O-O
S"o',
3

Complete the following reactions:

(i) coHs- - an. f o o

(ii)cHs-fi-ct,w,
OH
(ii,) ^\ I (, . Br2 1?

H"o

(c)

also write the and Explain mutarotation and conformationsof a-D-(+)-glucopyranose - glucoPYranose' P - D - (+) Give the reaction of methyl magnesiumbromide with (i) HCHO, (ii) CH3CHO, (iii) CH3COCH3.

(d)

c HE - s

(e)

Give the mechanism of any one the following reactions : (i) Friedel- Crafts reaction (ii) Aldolcondensation Arrange the following molecules in the increasing order of their boiling points. Also explain the order and give reasonsin support of your answer. (i) 2-Methylhexane (ii) Heptane (iir) 2,2-Dimethylpentane (M 2,2,3-Trimethylbutane

(0

(s)

Arrange the following alkenesin the decreasingorder of their stabilities.Give reasons in support of your answer. (i) (ii) 2,3-Dimethylbut-2-ene 2-Methylbut-2-ene

(iii) But-2-ene (iv) But-1-ene 4. Attempt any liue of the following : (a) An organic compound A having molecular formula, CaH6, on treatment with hydroiodic acid followed by aqueousKOH, gave compound B. Compound B can easily be obtained from A by passing through dilute HTSOnA{sSOa. Give the structuresof compoundsA and B. Give two tests for compound B to confirm its structure. CHE-5

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(b)

CamT-eulthe following conversions: (i) Toluene to phenol (ii) Chloroform to ethyne . , , (iii) Aniline to 4;nitroaniline Give the mechanismof the Hofmann rearrangement. (i) (ii) Explain how l-propanol and 2-propanol can be by distinguished lH-NtvtR 'finger-print region' in I'R' What is the term 'is this useful in the spectrum ? How identification of compounds?

(c) (d)

4 2

2 -

(e)

the Discuss order of the easeof dehydrationof primary' secondaryand tertiary alcohols.Give the dehydration . 4 product(s) 2-pentanot. of Discuss the relative basic character of pyridine and pyrrole. Explain why position-3 in pyridine is preferredduring electrophilicsubstitution. Draw the various Fischer projection structures for tartaric acid. Give the R/S configurationof C2 and C3 carbonsin these Fischerprojection structures.Explain which one of the structuresis optically inactive.

(0

(S)

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4,000

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc.) Term-End Examination June, 2006

CHEMISTRY C H E- 6 : O RGA N T C E A C T T ON R MECHANTSM


Time : 2 hours Note : Attempt any four equol marks. Maximum Marks : 50 questions. All questions csrry

l.

(a)

Arrange the following in increasingorcier of reactivity towards electrophilic substitution. Give reasons.

CH"

(i)

t "

@
CI

(ii) l o l

(iii)

(iv) (9

NO,

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(b)

Pyridine is less reactive than benzene towards electrophilic substitutionreactions' Give reason.

(c)

What

is

meant by

kinetically controlled and

thermodynamicallycontrolled reactions ? Explain by taking the example of addition of HCI to

1,3-butadiene. (d) Methanal is more reactive than butanal towards nucleophilic addition reactions.Explain.

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2.

(a)

Complete and suggestthe possiblemechanismof the following :

(i)

= (c6Hd2c NoH

PCl5

o
ll

/ii\ uu
(b)

cF3co3H

\J

>

Starting from

diethyl malonate, how will you 21 2


1

synthesiseadipic acid ?
(c)

from ethyl ethyl acetoacetate How will you synthesise acetate ?

2'
on the aromatic nature of

.(d) Commgnt

cvclo-octatetraene.

7 '

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3.

(a)

What are cycloaddition reactions? Why is thermally l induced(2+2) cycloaddition 4; symmetryforbidden? Write notes on any four of the following : (i) (ii) Chemical action of X-rays Syntheticpolymers B

(b)

(iii) Carbenes (iv) Neighbouring group participation (v) 4. (a) Benzynes

Give the product and outline a suitablemechanismof . any three of the following : 2:x3 (i) Reaction of ethyl ethanoate with excess of methanol. Reaction of neopentyl alcohol with hydrochloric acid.

(ii)

(iii) Reactionof l-butene with mercuricacetateand water followed by reduction with sodium borohydride. (iv) Reaction of propene with diborane followed by oxidationwith alkalinehydrogenperoxide. (v) Reaction of o,,B-unsaturated carbonyl compound with diethyl malonate. 2lx2

(b)

Write mechanism any tusoof the following , of (i) (ii) Norrish type I Norrish type II

(iii) Paterno-Buchi reaction cHE-6 3 P.T.O.

5.

(a)

Completethe followingreactions: (i) CH,C = CH


NaNH2
-----. A -----D

cH3cH2cl

lH2/Pd lCaCO" v
C

(ii) C6HqCHO

CHqMgBr HrO/H+

CrO"/If+ D --#

CHO

(iii) (

2
'

\^,/

Y
ll
CHO

Heat r.

,/'\ H

(iv) CH3CHrf, 44\


(b) How will you prepare (i) (iil 6. (a)

aniline from toluene? from phenol ? o-hydroxybenzaldehyde

3 22 L

and narcoticanalgesic What is the differencebetween example of each. simple analgesic? Give one Comment on cleansing action of soaps and detergents. What are the advantagesof detergents over soaps ? e Discussthe factorsthat influenc the rate of a reaction a1 proceedingby S*2 mechanism.
2

(b)

(c)

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc.) Term-End Examination June, 2006 CHEMISTRY C H E -9 : B IOC H E MIS TRY
Time: 2 hours Noie : Answer any liue equol marks. Maximum Marks : 50 questions. All questions carry

1.

(a)

What is anaplerosis Explain with the help of an ? example.

(b)

What is an antibiotic? Explainthe action of any one antibiotic.

(c)

How are normal cells and transformed cells different from each other ?

(d)

Structure of

haemoglobin has

evolved from

myoglobin.Justify.

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P.T.O.

2.

Differentiate betweenthe following i (i) (iil Ribosomesof prokaryotesand eukaryotes Celluloseand glYcogen

2;x4

(iii) Glycolysisand gluconeogenesis (iv) ct-helixand p-pleatedsheets 3. (a) via How is ATP synthesised electrontransport chain ? Explain brieflY.

(b)

Name various factors which influence enzrJme 5 catalysedreactions.Describeany one of them' and alanylglycine' Write the structuresof glycylatanine What is recombinant DNA ? Write down the steps involved in the cloning of a gene' What are the chemical constituentsof bacterial cell wall ? Describe the experiment of Griffith and Avery 'DNA is a geneticmaterial'' indicatingthat 2

4.

(a) (b)

(c)

5.

(a)

(b)Namethewatersolublevitaminwhichisnotidentified function.Also mention its biological with a coenzvme role. (c) (d) Write the biochemicalbasisof lactoseintolerance' What is a codon and an anticodon and what are their roles ?

2
2

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6.

(a)

Write short notes on sulPhur''

'biological functionsof zinc and

(b)

Give two differences between replication and transcriPtion' Describe Name different types of immunoglobulins' the function of anYone of them'

(c)

7.

with folic (a) Identify the biochemicalreaction associated acid' acid, riboflavinand pantothenic (b) (c) Explain the regulationof pyruvatedehydrogenase' Name different types of RNA and briefly describetheir functions.

3
J

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Attempt any fiue questions. AII questions carry equal marks.

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(a)

What are n-fold axis of symmetryand n-fold improper axis of symmetry ? Illustratewith the help of suitable examples.

(b)

Which one of the following willhave higher rotational constant (B) and why ?

72co or 13co
(c) Give one example each for the following categoriesof polyatomic molecules: (0 (ii) Spherical top Spherical top (prolate)

(iii) Spherical top (oblate) (iv) Asymmetric toP (d) CO molecule absorbs at 2130 "--1. force constant. Detn'rnine its

3.

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(b)

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Weak

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(c)

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(d)

What is Pascal triangle ? Using Pascal triangle, predict the number and intensityratio of the splitted signals causedby 5 equivalentprotons.

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Explain any three of the following : (i) (ii) Red shift Chromosphere

(iii) Auxochrome (iv) Chemical shift (b) Discussthe IH-NMR spectrum of pure ethanol with the help of a diagram. Indicate whether the following electronic transitions are allowed or not ? Give reason for your answer'

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(c)

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