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1. The a/b ratio of four gases A,B,C,D are 43.57, 0.9027, 84.07 and 12.28 respectively.

.The gase/s which show


positive deviation at all pressures and at room temperature is/are
(A) A, C (B) B, D (C) A, B, D (D) Only B
2. How many maximum number of electrons of an atom will have the following set of quantum numbers?
n + l = 6, m = - 1,


(A) 8 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 10

3. Equal weights of a mixture of CO
2
and O
2
are enclosed in a vessel at 27
o
C and 1 atm pressure then which
of the following is true
(A) O
2
molecule will hit the wall with greater momentum than CO
2

(B) CO
2
molecule will hit the wall with
greater kinetic energy than O
2

(C) Both O
2
and CO
2
hit the wall with
same momentum
(D) CO
2
molecule will hit the wall with
greater momentum than O
2





This curve is for dsubshell than the principle quantum number is
(A) 2 (B) 6
(C) 5 (D) 4
SECTION II (Multiple Correct Choice 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
1. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct for a real gas obeying van der Waals equation:

(A) is neglected at high temperature and constant pressure.
(B) The product Pb is neglected at low pressure and constant temperature.
(C) b is neglected at high temperature and constant pressure.
(D) The product PV is neglected at high temperature and constant pressure.

2. The outermost electronic configuration of atom(X) is 4s
2
4p
2
. Choose correct statements regarding the
atom.
(A) It is paramagnetic in nature
(B) It contains 10 electrons having azimuthal quantum no. (l) = 2
(C) It forms four covalent bonds in first excited state.
(D) Number of electrons present in the s-orbitals of the atom is higher than that present in its p-orbitals.
3.
1
s
2
=
( )
2
2
n a
P V nb nRT?
V
| |
+ = |
|
\ .
2
a
V
4.
r
R
a
d
i
a
l

P
r
o
b
a
b
i
l
i
t
y




For the above graph, dream for two different samples of gases at two different temperatures,
1 2
T and T .
Which of the following statement is necessarily true
(A) If
2 1
T T > ,
B
M is necessarily greater than
A
M (B) If
1 2
T T > ,
A
M is necessarily greater than
B
M
(C)
2 1
B A
T T
M M
> (D) Nothing can be predicted

Paragraph for Questions Nos. 14 to16
A ring shaped tube contains two ideal gases with molecular weights 32 and 28. Both these gases are
separated by one fixed partition and another movable stopper s which can move freely without friction
inside the ring.

1. An Ideal gas obeys
(A) PV=wRT (B) PM=dRT (C) PM=nTR (D) PV=MRT

2. If both the gases have same mass, then
(A) P
1
+ P
2
= 1atm (B) P
1
= P
2
(C) P
1
= p
2
(D) P
1
= P
2

3. The angle o shown in figure is (assume masses of both gases to be equal)
(A) 168
o
(B) 132
o
(C) 146
o
(D) 180
o



1. Match gases under specified conditions listed in Column I with their properties/laws in Column II. Indicate
your answer by darkening the appropriate bubbles of the 4 x 4 matrix given in the ORS.
Column I Column II
(A) hydrogen gas (P = 200 atm, T = 273 K) (p) compressibility factor = 1
(B) hydrogen gas (P ~ 0 atm, T = 273 K) (q) attractive forces are dominant
(C) CO
2
(P = 1 atm, T = 273 K) (r) PV = nRT
(D) CO
2
(P = 200 atm, T = 273 K) (s) P(V nB) = nRT

2. Column-I Column-II
(value of x in balanced equation)
(a) p) 8
(b) q) 4
(c) r) 6

Fixed partition
M
1

V
1

P
1

P
2

V
2

M
2

S
o
28
32
32
28
2 3
2 7 2 2
Cr O I xH I Cr H O
+ +
+ + + +
4 3 2 2
P xOH PH H PO

+ +
2 2 3
4 2
MnO Fe xH Mn Fe H O
+ + + +
+ + + +
( )
1
Gas A T
( )
2
T B Gas
v
1 dN
N du
(d) s) 14
SECTION IV (Integer Type)
This section contains SEVEN questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from
0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.
1. The Schrodinger wave equation for hydrogen atom

0
3/ 2
r / a 2
0 0
1 r
s 2 e
a a

| | | |
=
| |
\ . \ .

Where a
0
is Bohrs radius. If the radial node in 2s be at r
0
, then find r
0
/ a
0
.
2. An open flask contains air at 27
0
C, AT the temperature T
0
K
th
of air measured at 27
0
C escapes out.Then
calculate T/100 ?
3 . Photons of equal energy were incident on two different gas samples. One sample
containing H-atoms in the ground state and the other sample containing H-atoms in
some excited state with a principal quantum number .n.. The photonic beams totally
ionise the H-atoms. If the difference in the kinetic energy of the ejected electrons in the
two different cases is 10.2 eV. Then find the principal quantum .n. number of the excited
state.

4. 6 litre of a mixture of O
3
and O
2
weigh 10 g at NTP. What volume of O
3
in litre is present in the mixture?

5. Find the quantum number(n) corresponding to the excited state of He
+
ion if on transition to ground state
that ion emits two photons in succession with wavelengths 108.5 and 30.4 nm?

6. The stop cock connecting the two bulbs of volume 5 litre and 10 litre containing as ideal gas at9 atm and 6
atm respectively, is opened. What is the final pressure if the temperature remains same.
7. A 10g mixture of Mg and MgO liberate 5.6 litre of H
2
gas at NTP when completely reacts with excess of
dil.HCl. The mass of magnesium in gram present in the mixture is:

8. How many nodal planes are present in antibonding molecular orbital

9. At what temperature the most probable speed of a gas with molecular mass 36 will be same as the r.m.s
speed of the gas at 4K?


10. Calculate the maximum nos of spectral lines in visible region for the electron which is in sixth excited state ?


2 3 2
Cl xOH Cl ClO H O

+ + +
2 py t
*