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CY: Chemistry
Duration: Three Hours

Maximum Marks: ISO

Read the following instructions carefully.


I. This question paper contains 85 objective type questions. Q.I to Q.20 carry one mark
each and Q.2 I to Q.85 carry two marks each.
2. Attempt all the questions.
3. Questions must be answered on Objective Response Sheet (ORS) by darkening the
appropriate bubble (marked A, B, C, D) using HB pencil against the question number on
the left hand side of the ORS. Each question has only one correct answer. In case you
wish to change an answer, erase the old answer completely.
4. Wrong answers will carry NEGATIVE marks.

In Q.l to Q.ZO, 0.25 mark will be

deducted for each wrong answer. In Q.21 to Q.76, Q.78, Q.80, Q.82 and in Q.84, 0.5
mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. However, there is no negative marking in
Q.77, Q.79, Q.81, Q.83 and in Q.85. More than one answer bubbled against a question
will be taken as an incorrect response. Unattempted questions will not carry any marks.
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Some Useful Data


I.

Physical Constants
(a) Universal gas constant, R = 8.3145 J K- I mol-I = 0.082 L atm K- I mol-'
(b) Planck constant, h = 6.626

10-34 J s

(c) Avogadro number, N = 6.022

1023 mol-I

(d) Faraday constant, F = 96500 C mOrl


(e) Electron charge, e = 1.602 x 10- 1 C
(I) Speed oflight, c = 2.998

108 m 5- 1

(g) Boltzmann constant, kb = 1.381 x 10-23 J K- I

2.

Atomic Numbers
8=5

Si = 14

Ti=22

V=23

Cr= 24

Mn=25

Co=27

Ni=28

Xe=54

Eu=63

Dy=66

Yb =70

Lu = 71

Re = 75

Pt= 78

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Q. 1 - Q. 20 carry ooe mark each.

Q. l

The rate of sui phonation of benzene can be significantly enhanced by the use of
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Q.2

a mixture of HNO) and H2S0 4


conc. H2S04
a solution of SO) in H2S04
S03

The reaction

0
"""-""":0....

Uq.

+ 2 Na + 2 C 2H sOH

"H,

0'

'C,H,oN.

is an example of a

(A) Birch reduction


(B) elemmenson reduction
(e) Wolff-Kishner reduction
(D) hydride reduction

Q.3

The major product (X) of the monobromination reaction is

NBS

---=-=---;.~

H3C

(A)

(X)

(B)

~~-O

H3 C

(C)

Br

(D)
Br

CH 3

Br

H,c
Q.4

Benzene can not be iodinated with 12 directly. However, in presence of oxidants such
as HNO), iodination is possible. The electrophile formed in this case is
(C)

(B)

[ r

(D)

]+

.0
.0
[ 10Hz

ey

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]+

.0
-0
[ IOH z

Q.5

Classify the following species as electrophiles (E) and nucleophiles (N) in routine
organic synthesis
SO,
Ci+
CH1NH2
H10+
BHl
CN(A) E = SOl, CI+, BHl
(B) E = CI+, H,O+

(C) E = CI+, H,O+, BH,


(D) E = SO" CI+, H,O+, BH,
Q.6

N = CH,NH2, H,O+, CNN = SO" CH1NH2, BH1, CNN = SOl, CH1NH2, H10+, CW
N = CH1NH2, CW

The major product obtained upon treatment of compound X with H2S04 at 80C is

HO

(X)
(B)

(A)

(D)

(C)

>0
~

Q.7

BaTi[Si}09J is a class of

(A) ortho silicate


Q.8

(B) cyclic silicate

(C) chain silicate

(D) sheet silicate

The ground state term for V'+ ion is

(C) lp
Q.9

In photosynthesis, the predominant metal present in the reaction centre of


photosystem II is

(Al Zn
Q.IO

(B) Cu

(D)

Fe

The octahedral complex I complex ion which shows both facial and meridianal
isomers is
(A) Triglycinatocobalt(III)
(C) Dichlorodiglycinatocobalt(III)

Q.II

(C) Mn

(B) Tris( ethylenediam ine )cobalt(lII)


(D) Trioxalatocobaltate(lII)

Zn in carbonic anhydrase is coordinated by three histidine and one water molecule.


The reaction of C02 with this enzyme is an example of
(A) electrophilic addition
(C) nucleophilic addition

(B) electron transfer


(D) electrophilic substitution

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Q.12

The difference in the measured and calculated magnetic moment (based on spin-orbit
coupling) is observed for
(A) Pm 3+

Q.13

For a redox reaction, Cd 2+ + 2e- ~ Cd, the (Ep)anodic observed in cyclic


voltametry at hanging mercury drop electrode is -650 mY vs. SCE. The expected
value for (Ep)cathod" is
(B) -679 mY

(A) -708 mY

(C)

-650 mY

(0) -621 mY

Q.14

The dimension of Planck constant is (M, Land T denote mass, length and time
respectively)

Q.15

For a homonuclear diatomic molecule, the bonding molecular orbital is


(A) cru oflowest energy
(B) cru of second lowest energy

(C)
(0)
Q.16

1Ig of
1Iu

lowest energy
oflowest energy

The selection rules for the appearance of P branch in the rotational-vibrational


absorption spectra of a diatomic molecule within rigid rotor- harmonic oscillator
model are
(A) Ilv = I and 6J = 1

(C)
Q. I 7

~v

= +1 and

~J

The S2 operation on a molecule with the axis of rotation as the z axis, moves a
nucleus at (x, y, z) to
(A) (-x, -y , z)

Q.18

(B) ~v = +1 and 6J = +1
(0) Ilv = - 1 and ~J = - I

=-1

(B) (x, -y, -z)

(C) (-x, y, -z)

(0) (-x, -y, -z)

The expression which represents the chemical potential of the ith species (fli) in a
mixture (i '" j) is
(A) (aE / an; }s, V, n)
(B)

(aH / ani }s, v, nj

(C) (aA / ani }s , v, nl


(0) (aG / ani }s. v, nJ

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Q.19

Which of the following statements is NOT correct for a catalyst?


(A) It increases the rate of a reaction
(B) It is not consumed in the course of a reaction
(C) It provides an alternate pathway for the reaction
(0) It increases the activation energy of the reaction

Q.20

The value of the rate constant for the gas phase reaction
38 dm) mol-I S-I at 300K. The order of the reaction is
(A) 0

2N~

+ F2 --. 2N02F is

(C) 2

(B) I

(0) 3

Q. 21 to Q. 75 carry two marks each.

Q.21

Boric acid in aqueous solution in presence of glycerol behaves as a strong acid due to
the formation of
(A) an anionic metal-chelate

(B) borate anion


(C) glycerate ion
(0) a charge transfer complex
Q.22

Match the compounds in List I with the corresponding structure / property given in
List II

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(0)

Q.23

List I
(Ph)P)RhCI
LiC6
PtF6
Ni)S.

a- iii
a- iv
a- iii
a- iv

b-i
b-ii
b-ii
b - iii

(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
d- iv
d- i
d- iv
d- i

c-ii
c- iii
c-i
c-ii

W(CO)6 reacts with MeLi to give an intermediate which upon treatment with CH2N2
gives a compound X. X is represented as
(A) WMe6
(C) (CO),W=C(Me)OMe

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List II
Spinel
Intercalation
Oxidising agent
Catalyst for alkene hydrogenation

(B) (CO),W-Me
(0) (CO), W "CMe

Considering the quadrupolar nature of M-M bond in [Re2Claf-, the M-M bond order
in [Re2Ci.(PMe2Ph).r and [Re,CI.(PMe2Ph).] respectively are
(A) 3.0 and 3.0

(B) 3.0 and 3.5

(C) 3.5 and 3.5

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(0) 3.5 and 3.0

Q.25

A student recorded a polarogram of 2.0 mM Cd2+ solution and forgot to add KCI
solution. What type of error do you expect 1n his results?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Q.26

Only migration current will be observed


Only diffusion current will be observed
Both migration current as well as diffusion current will be observed
Both catalytio current as well as diffusion current will be observed

The separation of trivalent lanthanide ions, Lu 3+, Vb 3+, Oy3+, Eu 3+ can be effectively
done by a cation exchange resin using ammonium a-hydroxy isobutyrate as the
eluent. The order in which the ions will be separated is
(A) Lu 3+, Yb3+, Oy3+ , Eu 3+
3+ Yb 3+) L u3+
(8) EU3+, 0 y,
3+ Yb 3+, Eu 3+, Lu 3+
(C) oy,
3
3
3
(D) Yb +, Oy3+, Lu +, Eu +

Q.27

Arrange the following metal complexes in order of their increasing hydration energy

(A) P < S < Q < R


Q.28

(B) 17e-, bridging

(0) S < R < Q < P

(C) 18 e-, terminal

(D) 18 e-, bridging

The correct classification of[B,H,]2-, BsH9 and B,H 11 respectively is


(A) c1oso. arachno, nido
(C) c1oso, nido, arachno

Q.30

(C) Q < P < R < S

In the complex, [Nh('1'-Cph(COhJ. the IR stretching frequency appears at 1857 cm-'


(strong) and 1897 em" (weak). The valence electron count and the nature of the
M-CO bond respectively are
(A) 16 e-, bridging

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(B) P < Q < R <S

(B) arachno, c1oso, nido


(D) nido, arachno, c1oso

The compounds X and Y in the following reaction are

EtOH. (X)
(A)
(8)
(C)
(D)

X = (Et)2P(S)SH

; Y = (Et)2P(S)CI
X = (EtO)2P(S)SH ; Y = (EtO)2P(S)CI
X = (EtO)2PSH
; Y = (EIO)2PCI
X = (Et)3PO
; Y = (Et)3PCI

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Q.31

Consider the reactions


I.
2.

[Cr(H,O)6]2+ + [CoCI(NH,),]'+ --> [Co(NH,),(H,O)]'+ + [CrCl(H,O),]'+


[Fe(CN)6]'- + [Mo(CNls]'- --> [Fe(CN)6]'- + [Mo(CNls]4-

Which one of the following is the correct statement?


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)

Both involve an inner sphere mechanism


Both invol ve an outer sphere mechanism
Reaction I follows inner sphere and reaction 2 follows outer sphere mechanism
Reaction I follows outer sphere and reaction 2 follows inner sphere mechanism

(A) i

Q.32

(C) iv

(B) ii

The pair of compounds having the same hybridization for the central atom is
(B) [NiCI 4]'- and [PtCI 4]'(D) [CO(NH')6]'+ and [CO(H,O)6]'+

(A) XeF4 and [SiF 6]'(C) Ni(CO). and XeO,F,


Q.33

In the reaction shown below, X and Y respectively are

(A) [Mn(CO)4f-. [CH,C(O)Mn(CO)'r


(C) [Mn(CO),r, CIMn(CO),

Q.34

(B) Irans-[PtCI 2(NH,h]


(D) cis-[PtCI,(NH)h]

Zeise's salt is represented as


(A) H,PtCI 6
(C) [ZnCI,f-

Q.38

(C) HgO

The reaction of [PtCI 4]'- with NH, gives rise to


(A) [PtCI4(NH,h]'(C) [PtCI,(NH,),]

Q.37

(B) BC" < BBr, < BF,


(D) BBr, < BCI, < BF,

The compound which shows Lf-M charge transfer is


(A) Ni(CO),

Q.36

(B) [Mn(CO),r, CH,C(O)Mn(CO),


(D) [Mn(CO)4]'-, [CIMn(CO),r

The Lewis acid character ofBF" BCI, and BBr, follows the order
(A) BF, < BBr, < BC"
(C) BF, < BCI, < BBr,

Q.3S

(D) iii

(B) [PtCI,]'(D) [PtCb(,,' -C,H4)r

The catalyst used in the conversion of ethylene to acetaldehyde using Wacker process
is
(A) HCo(CO).
(C) V,O,

(B) [PdCI,l'(D) TiCI, in the presence of AI(C,H,)

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The temperature of 54 g of water is raised from 15C to 75C at constant pressure.


The change in the enthalpy of the system (given that CPo m of water = 75 JK-' mol-')
is
(A) 4.5 kJ

0.40

(0) 18.0 kJ

(8) 0.0075

(C) 0.075

(0) - 0.075

Given that Eo(Fe J +, Fe)= -0.04 V and Eo(Fe2+, Fe) = -0.44 V, the value of
Eo(F e3., Fe2+) is
(A) 0.76 V

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(C) 9.0 kJ

The specific volume of liquid water is 1.0001 mL g-' and that of ice is 1.0907 mL g-'
at OC. If the heat of fusion of ice at this temperature is 333.88 J g-', the rate of
change of melting point of ice with pressure in deg atm-' will be
(A) - 0.0075

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(8) 13.5 kJ

(8) - 0.40 V

(C) - 0.76 V

(D) 0.40 V

For the reaction P + 0 + R -4 S, experimental data for the measured initial rates is
given below
Expt.
I
2
3
4

Initial conc. P
(M)
0.2
0.4
0.4
0.1

Initial cone. 0
(M)
0.5
0.5
2.0
0.25

Initial conc. R
(M)
0.4
0.4
0.4
1.6

Initial rate
(M s-')
8.0 x 10- 5
3.2x 10-4
1.28 x 10-3
4.0 x 10- 5

The order of the reaction with respect to P, 0 and R respectively is


(A) 2,2, I

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(8) 2, 1,2

(C) 2, I, I

(D) I, 1,2

Sucrose is converted to a mixture of glucose and fructose in a pseudo first order


process under alkaline conditions. The reaction has a half life of28.4 min. The time
required for the reduction of a 8.0 mM sample of sucrose to 1.0 mM is
(A) 56.8 min.

(8) 170.4 min.

(C) 85.2 min.

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(0) 227.2 min.

Q.44

The reaction
proceeds via the following steps

(B) (2k,k b[N0]' [O,]) I (k.+ kb[O, ])


(D) k.[NOf[O, ]

(A) 2kb [NO] [0,]


(C) 2kb [NO]' [0, ]

Q.45

40 millimoles ofNaOH are added to 100 mL ofa 1.2 M HA andY M NaA buffer
resulting in a solution of pH 5.30. Assuming that the volume of the buffer remains
unchanged , the pH of the buffer (KHA = 1.00 x 10-') is

(A) 5.30

Q.46

(D) 10.30

(B) 5.8 JK- 1

(C) 382.9 JK- 1

(D) 230.6 JK- 1

The ionisation potential of hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV. The first ionisation potential of
a sodium atom, assuming that the energy of its outer electron can be represented by a
H-atom like model with an effective nuclear charge of 1.84, is

(A) 46.0 eV

Q.48

(C) 0.30

The entropy of mixing of 10 moles of helium and 10 moles o(oxygen at constant


temperature and pressure, assuming both to be ideal gases, is

(A) 115 .3 JK- 1

Q.47

(B) 5.00

(B) I J.S eV

(C) 5.1 eV

(D) 2.9 eV

The quantum state of a particle moving in a circular path in a plane is given by


'f'.,() = (I 1&)e,ml ,m = O,t 1, 2, ....
When a perturbation H 1= P cos is applied (P is a constant), what will be the first
order correction to the energy of Ihe m" state

(A)

(B) P/(2rr)

(C) P/(4rr)

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Q.49

The correct statement(s) among the following islare


(i) The vibrational energy levels of a real diatomic molecule are equally spaced.
(ii) At 500K, the reaction A ~ B is spontaneous when !>.H ~ 18.83 kJ mor' and
!>.S ~ 41.84 J K-' mol-'.
(iii) The process of fluorescence involves transition from a singlet electronic state to
a,~other s inglet electronic state by absorption of light.
(iv) When a constant P is added to each of the possible energies of a system, its
entropy remains unchanged.
(A) only i

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Q.54

(B) 1503

(C) 2354

(D) 2987

The J ~ 0 ~I rotational transition for ' H79 Br occurs at 500.72 GHz. Assuming the
molecule to be a rigid rotor, the J ~ 3 ~ 4 transition occurs at
(A) 50.1 cm-'

Q.53

(D) 2/3

(C) 1/2

(B) 3/4

N non interacting molecules are distributed among three non degenerate energy levels
eo~ 0, &, ~ 1.38 X 10- 2 ' J and &2~2.76 x 10- 2 ' J at lOOK. If the average total energy
of the system at this temperature is 1.38 x 10- 18 J, the number o f molecules in the
system is

(A) 1000

Q.52

(D) both ii and iv

Assuming H2 and HD molecules having equal bond lengths, the ratio of the rotational
partition functions of these molecules, at temperatures above lOOK is
(A) 3/8

Q.51

(C) both i and iii

(B) only ii

(8) 66.8 cm-'

(D) 83.5 cm-'

(C) 16.7 cm-'

The rate constants of two reactions at temperature Tare k,(T) and k2(T) and the
corresponding activation energies are E, and E2 with E2> E,. When temperature is
raised from T, to T 2, which one of the following relations is correct?

(A) k,(T,) ~ beT,)


k,(T,) beT,)

(8) k,(T,) > beT,)


k,(T,) k,(T,)

(C) k,(T,) > beT,)


k,(T,) - k,(T,)

(D) k,(T,) < k,(T,)

k,(T,)

beT,)

The number of degrees of freedom for a system consisting ofNaCI(s), Na+(aq) and
Cqaq) at equilibrium is

(A) 2

(8) 3

(C) 4

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(D) 5

Q.55

Match the structures in List I with their correct names given in List II
List I

(a)

List II

dO"'

(i) 2-methyl furan

(b)

C)

(ii) Imidazole

(c)

CA"",

(d)

(iii) 5-hydroxybenzot hiazole

HO

(iv) 2-amino piperidine

(e)

(v) 2-amino morpholine


(vi) 2-amino azine
(vii) 3-methyl furan
(viii) 4-hydroxybenzothiazole
(A) a-vii
(C) a-vii

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b-ii
b-ii

c-vi
c-vi

d-iii

e-iv

d-iii

e-v

(8)
(D)

a-vii
a-I

b-ii
b-ii

c-vi
c-vi

d-viii
e-Iv
d-iii
e-iv

The result of the reduction of either (R) or (S) 2-methyJcycJohexanone, in separate


reactions, using LiAIH. is that the reduction of
(A)
(8)
(C)
(D)

the R enantiomer is stereoselective


the R enantiomer is stereospecific
the S enantiomer is stereospecific
both the Rand S enantiomers is stereoselective

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Q.57

The increasing order of basicity among the following is


NIGH,),

NIGH,),
H,GO

(X)

NIGH,),

#'

#'

NIGH,),
OGH,

(8) Y <Z<X

NIGH,),

#'
OGH,

(Z)

(V)

(A) Y <X <Z

Q.58

NIGH,),

OGH,

(D) X<Y<Z

(C) X<Z<Y

In the reaction

H,C

C2

'"II,}-sr

OH- (aq)

C,Hl
if the concentration of both the reactants is doubled, then the rate of the reaction will
(A) remain unchanged
(8) quadruple
(C) reduce to one fourth
(D) double

Q.59

Match the structures in List I with the coupling constant ['H J (Hz)] given in List II
List I

List II

(a)
(i) - I Hz

(b)

(ii) - 10 Hz

(c)
(iii) - 15 Hz

(A) a-i
(C) a-iii

b-ii
b-ii

c-iii
C-I

(8) a-ii
(D) a-iii

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b-iii
b-i

C-I

c-ii

Q.60

Phenol on reaction with formaldehyde and dimethyl amine mainly gives

(3)

(A)
OH

OH

CH,N(CH 3 ),

#
CH,N(CH 3"

(D)

(C)
CHO

CHO

CH,N(CH 3 ),

CH,N(CH 3"

Q.61

The mono protonation of adenine (X) in acidic solution

CD

0JYs
l)-NCD '"
\Y

mainl y occurs at

(A) position I
(C) position 3
Q.62

(3) position 2
(D) either position 4 or 5

In the following reaction

)I

_ _---'-hc:..v_ _.... (X)

N'

)
- - - - <....

benzophenone

(X) and (V) respectively are

(Al i:C H,
(3) ':CH,
(C) i: CH,
(D) 3: CH,

and cis 1,2 dimethylcyclopropane


and cis 1,2 dimethylcyclopropane
and a mixture of cis / trans 1,2 dimethylcyclopropane
and a mixture of cis / trans 1,2 dimethylcyclopropane

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Q.63

The major products obtained upon treating a mixture of

()I-I() .. !-I"()
CH,

with a strongly acidic solution of H2S04 is

(A)
H,C

NH,

CH,

(8)

NH,

CH,

(C)
H,C

H,C

NH,

H,N

NH,

(D)
H,C

H,N

and

CH,

H,N

Q.64

Match the observed principal abso rbtions in the visible spectrum shown in List I with
the bond that shows this absorbtion in List II
List II

List I
(a) CI ~ cr(b) n~CI'
(c) n, rr(d) rr, rr(A) a-i
(C) a-ii

b-ii
b-i

(il
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
c-iii
c-iv

C- C

C-O
C =0
C= C

(8) a-i b-iii


(D) a-iv b-ii

d-iv
d-iii

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c-ii
c-iii

d-iv
d-i

Q.65

Among the isomers ofe lOH'4 shown,

the isomer that can be identified uniquely by mass spectrometry alone is


(A) P
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(8) Q

(D) S

(C) R

The direction of rotation of the following thermal electrocyclic ring closures

o
o

0>

respectively is
(A)
(8)
(e)
(D)
Q.67

disrotatory, disrotatory, disrotatory


con rotatory, conrotatory, conrotatory
disrotatory, disrotatory, con rotatory
disrotatory, conrotatory, disrotatory

The molecule(s) that exist as meso structure(s)

is / are
(A) only M

(Ll

(8) both K and L

ey

(C) only L

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(1\1)

(D) only K

Q.68

The stereochemical descriptors for the atoms labeled H, and Hb in the structures
H.
~Hb

..

~,....

HX~Hb
..' "
"

HO

(Z)

CI

(X)
respectively are

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Q.69

Treatment of the pentapeptide Gly-Arg-Phe-Ala-Ala, in separate experiments, with


the enzymes Trypsin, Chymotrypsin and Carboxypeptidase A respectively, gives
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Q.70

X-homotopic, Y-enantiotopic and Z-diasterotopic


X-enantiotopic, V-homotopic and Z-diasterotopic
X-diasterotopic, V-homotopic and Z-enantiotopic
X-homotopic, Y-diasterotopic and Z-enantiotopic

Gly-Arg + Phe-Ala-Ala ; Gly-Arg-Phe + Ala-Ala; Gly-Arg-Phe-Ala + Ala


Gly-Arg-Phe + Ala-Ala; Gly-Arg-Phe + Ala-Ala; Gly-Arg-Phe-Ala + Ala
Gly-Arg + Phe-Ala-Ala; GIY-Arg-Phe-Ala + Ala; Gly-Arg-Phe + Ala-Ala
Gly-Arg + Phe-Ala-Ala; Gly-Arg-Phe + Ala-Ala; Gly + Arg-Phe-Ala + Ala

Hordenine (X), an alkaloid, undergoes Hoffman degradation to give compound (Y).


HO-Q-,CH2CH2N(CH2h

__

(X)

(Y) on treatment with alkaline permanganate gives (Z). Y and Z respectively are

(A)

(B)
OH

OH

~
~

and

eOOH

OCH 3

OCH 3

(C)

~
and

eaOH

---:P

(D)
OCH 3

OCH 3

OCH 3

OCH 3

~
and

~
CH 2 COOH

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and

~
eOOH

Common Data Questions

Common Data for Questions 71,72,73:


Trans I, 2 difluoroethylene molecule has a 2-fold rotational axis, a symmetry plane
perpendicular to the rotational axis and an inversion centre.
Q.71

The number of distinct symmetry operations that can be performed on the molecule is
(A) 2

Q.72

(C) 6

(D) 8

The number of irreducible representations of the point group of the molecule is


(A) I

Q.73

(B) 4

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

When two H atoms of the above molecule are also replaced by F atoms, the point
group of the resultant molecule will be
(A) C i

Common Data for Questions 74, 75:


Reactivity of aryl amines towards electrophilic aromatic substitution is much higher than that
of aliphatic amines. Hence differential reactivity of the amino group is desirable in many
reactions.
Q.74

Q.7S

The compound which on reacting with aniline will NOT form an acetanilide is
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Aniline can be distinguished from methylamine by its reaction with


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

p-toluene sulphonyl chloride 1 KOH


(i) NaN02 1 HCI, o-soc eii) alkaline
Sn 1 HCI
acetyl chloride

p naphthol

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


Linked Answer Questions 76 & 77:

Q.76

In the reaction

03
W. H20

(X) + Acetone + 2 Formaldehyde

Compound X is
(A)

(B)
0

c;

H
0

CHO

(C)

(D)
0

H
CHO
H

Q.77

Oxidation of X with chromic acid chiefly gives


(A)

(8)
(COOH

COOH

(C)

(D)

COOH

COOH
COOH

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Linked Answer Questions 78 & 79:


Q.78

In the reaction

Compound X is
(8) Xanthine
(D) Adenosine

(A) Adenine
(C) 2,6 - diaminopurine
Q.79

Compound X on treatment with conc. HCI gives


(A) Uric acid

(8) Adenine

(C) Hypoxanthine

(D) Guanine

Linked Answer Questions 80 & 81:


Q.80

The reaction of ammonium chloride with 8Cl l at 140C followed by treatment with
NaBH., gives the product X. The formula of X is
(D) [BH-NHl n

Q.81

Which of the following statement(s) is/are true for X?


(i) X is not isoelectronic with benzene.
(ii) X undergoes addition reaction with HCI.
(iii) Electrophilic substitution reaction on X is much faster than that of benzene.
(iv) X undergoes polymerization at 90C.
(A) i and ii

(8) only ii

(C) ii and iii

(0) i and iv

Linked Answer Questions 82 & 83:


Q.82

Consider a particle of mass m moving in a one-dimensional box under the potential


V=O for 0 ;!; x ;!; a and V = <Xl outside the box. When the particle is in its lowest
energy state the average momentum Px of the particle is
(A) <Px>= 0

Q.83

h
(8) <Px>=a

h
(C) <Px>=2a

h
(D) <Px>=2,ra

The uncertainty in the momentum (t.px) of the particle in its lowest energy state is
(A) t.px=O

h
(8) t.px =-

h
(C) t.px = 2a

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h
(D) t.px=21/"a

Linked Answer Questions 84 & 85:


Q.84

In the mixture obtained by mixing 25.0 mL 1.2 x 10-3 M MnCh and 35.0 mL of
6.0 x 10-4 M KCI solution, the concentrations (M) of Mn2+, K+ and
ions respectively are

cr

(A) 6.0 x 10-4, 3.0 X 10-4, 1.5 X 10-3


(C) 5.0 X 10-4,3.5 X 10-4, 1.35 X 10-3

Q.85

(B) 6.0 x 10-4, 3.0 X 10-4,9.0 X 10-4


(D) 5.0 x 10-4,3.5 X 10-4,8.5 X 10-4

The activity (M) of Mn 2+ions in the above solution is

(A) LOx 10-4

(B) 2.0 x 10-4

(C) 3.0

10-4

END OF THE QUESTION PAPER

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(D) 4.0 x 10-4