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PAPER-2

Maximum Marks: 80

Question paper format and Marking scheme:

1. In Section I (Total Marks: 24), for each question you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken ONLY the
bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks if no bubble is darkened. In all other cases,
minus one (1) mark will be awarded.

2. In Section II (Total Marks: 16), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken ALL the
bubble(s) corresponding to the correct answer(s) ONLY and zero marks other wise. There are no negative
marks in this section.

3. In Section III (Total Marks: 24), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken ONLY the
bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks otherwise There are no negative marks in this
section.

4. In Section IV (Total Marks: 16), for each question you will be awarded 2 marks for each row in which
you have darken ALL the bubble(s) corresponding to the correct answer(s) ONLY and zero marks
otherwise. Thus each question in this section carries a maximum of 8 Marks. There are no negative marks
in this section.

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SECTION I (Total Marks : 24)
(Single Correct Answer Type)

This Section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of
which ONLY ONE is correct.

1. 1 ml of certain type of activated charcoal has a surface of 1000 m
2
. Calculate the
volume of ammonia at STP) which is adsorbed on 10 ml of this active charcoal if the cross
section of single ammonia molecule is 9 (A
0
)
2
.
(A) 4.13 L (B) 3.14 L (C)
2
9 10

L (D)
2
9 10 L

Sol. (A)

Total area available on charcoal = 10 ml 1000 m
2
/ml = 10000 m
2

Area of each NH
3
molecule =
20 2
9 10 m


No. of NH
3
molecules adsorbed =
20
10000
9 10


Vol. of NH
3
at S.T.P =
nRT
P


20 23
10000 1 0.0821 273
9 10 6.023 10 1

| |
=
|

\


= 4.13 L



2.
( )
( )
( ) ( )
( )
P O 1 CH MgBr 1 I +Ca OH
2 2 5 3 2
C NH A B C,
2 +
2
2 H O
3

O

C is
(A)
C H
3
C
O
(B)
C OH
O

(C)
C
O
(D)
C CH CH
2 3

O




Sol. (C)
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C
O

Ca
C
C
O
O
( ) Take2 moles

C OH+CHI
3

O
O
O
( ) I +Ca OH
2 2
Haloform
reaction






3. Bleaching powder reacts with iodide ion according to the following unbalanced equation.
OCl
-
+ I
-
+ H
+
I
2
+ Cl
-
+ H
2
O
A 0.6 g sample of bleaching powder requires 35.24 ml of 0.1084 M Na
2
S
2
O
3
to titrate the
liberated iodine.The percentage of available Cl in the sample is
(A) 12.59 (B) 11.29 (C) 22.58 (D) 45.16

Sol. (C)


(3.55).( )( )
%of available chlorine
Wt of bleaching powder
X Y
=


( where X = Molarity of hypo, Y = Volume of hypo in ml)


(3.55).(0.1084)(35.24)
%of available chlorine
0.6
=

= 22.6
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4. A solid is made up of elements X, Y and Z. it has BCC arrangement of atoms with X
occupying body centre and Y and Z are at alternate corners. If atoms from two corners
along a body diagonal are removed, the formula of compound is
(A)
3 8 8
X Y Z (B)
2 3 3
X Y Z (C)
8 3 3
X Y Z (D)
3 3
XY Z

Sol. (C)
X body centre = 1
Y, Z alternate corners = 4
When atoms from two corners along a body diagonal are removed,
(i.e. one atoms of Y and Z each),
Then

X = 1,
1
3
8
Y = ,
1
3
8
Z =


8 3 3
X Y Z



5. In the given reaction



Product is

(A) 1 mole of HCOOH and 1 mole of HCHO
(B) 2 mole of HCHO and 1 mole of HCHO
(C) 2 mole of HCHO and 1 mole of HCOOH
(D) 2 mole of HCHO and 4 mole of HCOOH

Sol. (D)
Acetal hydrolysis
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6. Match the following

List I List - II
(Refining process) (Metal Used)

a) Distillation P) Ge
b) Monds process Q) Ti
c) Zone refining R) Ni
d) Van Arkel method S) Hg

A) a R ; b - P ; c Q ; d - S


B) a - Q ; b R ; c S ; d - P
C) a S ; b R ; c P ; d - Q
D) a R ; b S ; c Q ; d P

Sol. (C)

Distillation method is useful for low boiling metals like zinc and mercury.
Mond Process is useful for the refining of nickel. In this process, nickel is heated in a
stream of carbon monoxide forming a volatile complex, nickel tetracarbonyl:
Ni + 4CO Ni(CO)
4

This carbonyl is subjected to higher temperature upon which it is decomposed
giving the pure metal:
Ni(CO) Ni + 4CO
Zone refining is very useful for producing semiconductor and other metals of very high
purity, e.g., germanium, silicon, boron, gallium and indium.


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Van Arkel Method is used for Refining of metals like Zirconium or Titanium: This method is
very useful for removing all the oxygen and nitrogen present in the form of impurity in
certain metals like Zr and Ti. The crude metal is heated in an evacuated vessel with iodine. The
metal iodide being more covalent, volatilises
Zr + 2I
2
ZrI
4

The metal iodide is decomposed on a tungsten filament, electrically heated to about 1800K. The
pure metal is thus deposited on the filament.
ZrI
4
Zr + 2I
2

7. , A is
(A)
NO
2
Me
(B)
NO
2
Me
(C)
Me
NO
2
(D)
NO
2


Sol. (D)
F.C. reaction is not applicable for strong deactivating ring like Ph-NO
2


8. Statement-I: Nuclide
30
Al
13
is less stable than
40
20
Ca
Because
Statement-II: Nuclides having odd number of protons and odd number of neutrons are
generally unstable.

(A) If both Statement-I and Statement-II are true and Statement-II is a correct
explanation of Statement-I.
(B) If both Statement-I and Statement-II are true and Statement-II is not a correct
explanation of Statement-I.
(C) If Statement-I is true but Statement-II is false.
(D) If Statement-I is false but Statement-II is true.


Sol. (A)

40
20
Ca has even no. of protons and even no. of neutrons

30
13
Al has odd no. of protons and odd no. of neutrons

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Nuclides having even number of protons and even number of neutrons are
most stable due to max spin pairing of protons among protons and neutrons among
neutrons
Nuclides having odd number of protons and odd number of neutrons are
least stable due to min spin pairing of protons among protons and neutrons among
neutrons.

Stability order of nuclides is
Even protons - even neutrons > even protons odd neutrons >
odd protons even neutrons > odd protons odd neutrons



SECTION II (Total Marks : 16)
(Multiple Correct Answer(s) Type)

This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of
which ONE OR MORE may be correct.

9. Which of the following is/are Isolobal
A) CH
3
+
B) H
3
O
+
C) CH
3

D) NH
3


Sol. (B,C, D)
Two fragments are isolobal if the number, symmetry properties, approximate energy, shape of
the frontier orbitals and no of e- in them are similar.



10.

Which of the following regents can perform this conversion successfully?
(A) H
2
, Raney Ni, (B) Mg, THF, H
2
O
(C) NaBH
4
, C
2
H
5
OH, H
+
, H
2
O (D) HCHO, OH



Sol. (C, D)

H
2
, Raney Ni, can reduce the complete system
Mg, THF, H
2
O is not effective
NaBH
4
can reduce aldehydes,ketones and acid halides.
HCHO, OH

gives crossed Cannizaro reaction.




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11. Which of the following combination/s is/are incorrect

(Polymer) (Monomer Unit)
A) Nylon 6, 6 Terepthalic acid and ethylene glycol
B) Bunas Buta1, 3diene & Acrylo nitrile
C) Nylon 6 Caprolactam
D) Dacron Hexamethylene diamine & Adipic acid

Sol. (A,B, D)

Dacron :


Nylon 6 :



Nylon 6, 6 :
n H
2
N-(CH
2
)
6
-NH
2
+ n HOOC(CH
2
)
4
COOH
( - NH-(CH
2
)
6
- NHCO - (CH
2
)
4
- CO - )
n



Bunas :


[ ]
2 2
n CH CH CH CH = = + [ ]
6 5 2
n C H CH CH =


Buta -1,3-diene Styrene



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12. In which of the following compound electrophilic aromatic substitution takes place in
phenyl ring present on right hand side
(A)
C O
O
(B)
(C) (D)
CH
2
O
C


Sol. (A, B, C)
Benzene rings activated due to lone pair of electrons on attaching atom. Therefore, electrophilic
aromatic substitution takes place in phenyl ring present on right hand side


SECTION-III (Total Marks : 24)
(Integer Answer Type)

This section contains 6 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer, ranging from 0
to 9. The bubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS.

13. A substance is analyzed by paper chromatographs, giving the chromatogram shown

R
f
value of the substance represented by the spot at 10.0 cm Z x 10
-1
. Z is

Sol. (8)




10 2 8
0.8
12 2 10
R
f

= = =


14. The standard oxidation potential of
2
/ Ni Ni
+
electrode is 0.2116 V. If this is combined
with hydrogen electrode in acid solution, at what pH of the solution, emf will be zero at
25
0
C.

Sol. (4)

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2+
Ni
(
(

=1 M and 1
2
P
H
= atm.
Std oxidation potential of Ni electrode = 0.2116
Std oxidation potential of H electrode = 0.0V
Ni is oxidized, H
+
is reduced.


2
2
2
2
2
2 2
2
Ni Ni e
H e H
Ni H Ni H
+
+
+ +
+
+
+ +

Nernst equation,
[ ]
[ ]
0
0.059
log
tan
cell cell
products
E E
n reac ts
=

( )
0.059 1
0 0.0 0.2116 log
2
2
H
=
+ (
(



2
0.059
0 .2116 log
2
o H
+ (
= +
(


log 4 H
+
( =


pH = 4

15. Unit place of EAN of each Mn in Mn
2
CO
10
is

Sol. (6)





EAN of each Mn = 25 (electrons from each Mn) + 10 (electrons from 5 CO ligands)
+ 1 ( electron from Mn- Mn bond) = 36




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16. A gaseous mixture of Helium and Hydrogen contain 20% H
2
. The number of diffusion
stages required if H
2
is to be enriched from 20% to 80% by means of gaseous
diffusion are

Sol. (8)
Separation factor

( )
( )
( )
2
2
4
2
= = =
He r
H r
f



( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
n
initial n
f
He N
H N
He N
H N

=
(

2 2


number of diffusion stages requried.


( )
n
2
80
20
20
80
=


( ) ( )
2 /
4
2 2 2 16
n
n
= =



8 4
2
= = n
n



17. If methyl bromide and ethyl bromide are mixed in equal proportions,and the mixture is
treated with sodium in presence of dry ether, the no of possible organic products are

Sol. (5)

A case of Wurtz reaction (See Daily Crackers for detailed mechanism)





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18. What is the min pH required to prevent the precipitation of ZnS in a solution that is 0.01M
ZnCl
2
and saturated with 0.1M H
2
S.

21 20
10 , 10
1 2
K K K
Sp a a
| |
= =
|
\


Ans. (1)
2
2 2
ZnCl H S ZnS HCl + +

2 2
K Zn S
Sp
+ ( (
=
( (



21
10
2 19
10
0.01
S


= =

1
2
K
a
H S H HS
+
+


2
2
K
a
HS H S
+
+

2
2
.
1 2
2
H S
K K
a a
H S
+ ( (
( (

=
(



( )
2
19
10
20
10
0.1
H
+ (
(

=
0.1 H
+ (
=
(


1 pH =




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SECTION-IV (Total Marks : 16)
(Matrix-Match Type)

This section contains 2 questions. Each question has four statements (A, B, C and D) given in Column I and
five statements (p, q, r, s and t) in Column II. Any given statement in Column I can have correct matching
with ONE or MORE statement(s) given in Column II. For example, if for a given question, statement B
matches with the statements given q and r, then for the particular question, against statement B, darken the
bubbles corresponding to q and r in the ORS.

19. Column I Column-II
(Oxide of Nitrogen) (Characteristic)

A) N
2
O P) Zn + dil. HNO
3

B) N
2
O
3
Q) Planar
C) NO
2
R) Presence of NN linkage
D) N
2
O
5
S) Acidic
T) Cu + Conc. HNO
3


Sol. A P,R B Q,R,S C S,T; D Q , S

A)

Linear, colourless gas, neutral

4Zn + 10HNO
3
(dilute) 4 Zn (NO
3
)
2
+ 5H
2
O + N
2
O

B)


blue solid,acidic, planar,has N-N linkage





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C)


Angular, Brown gas , acidic

Cu + 4HNO
3
(conc.) Cu(NO
3
)
2
+ 2NO
2
+ 2H
2
O

D)


Colourless solid, planar, acidic



20. Match the reactions in column I with appropriate types of steps/reactive intermediate
involved in these reactions as given in column II.

Column I Column-II
(Process (or) reaction)

(A)

O
Zn-Hg

(P) A hydrocarbon is formed


(B)
(Q) An amine (or) a derivative of amine is
Formed






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(C)

Ph
H
H C
3
COOH
( )
( )
1 SOCl
2
2 NaN
3

( ) 3 /
2
H O
(R) Rearrangement takes place



(D)
(S) Substitution takes place

Sol. A P, B Q , C Q,R,S; D P , S

A is Clemmensen reduction : Reduction of ketones (or) aldehydes
to alkanes using zinc amalgam and hydrochloric acid
Product is


B is cope elimination : Pyrolytic elimination of amine oxide is cope eliminmation.It is a syn
elimination and gives hofmannproduct .

Product is

C is a substitution reaction involving Curtius rearrangement
Product is

Ph
H
H C
3
NH
2

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D is Corey-House synthesis. It is a substitution reaction.
(Gilmans reagent) R
2
CuLi + R'-X R-R' + RCu + LiX

Product is

CH
3

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