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# JEE MAIN

A Right Choice for the Real Aspirant
C V Raman Bhavan -3, Gudavalli.
Sec: JR CO IPL
Time:

Date: 12-05-13
Max. Marks: 360

JEE MAINS

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS :
Mathematics :
Physics
:
Chemistry :

## Question No. 1 to 30 consists FOUR (4) marks. Negative (-1)

Question No. 31 to 60 consists FOUR (4) marks. Negative (-1)
Question No. 61 to 90 consists FOUR (4) marks. Negative (-1)

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MATHEMATICS
1

## If the x-intercepts of the lines ( 2a - 1) x +3 y +1 =0 , 2 x +5 y +2 =0 and ( a +1) x - 2 y +3 =0 are in

A.P. then the value of a is
1. 0

) (

2. l =1

2. 1

3. 1 2

2. -1

4. 2

If the points (K-1, K), (2K, 2) lie on opposite sides of the line, x +2 y +1 =0 then number of
integral values of k is
2. 1

3. 2

4. 3

3. 16

4. 18

1. 12

2. 15

## If the lines x +ay +a =0 , bx +y +b =0 and cx +cy +1 =0 a 1, b 1, c 1 and distinct are

concurrent then the value of
1. 1

## 2. never be parallel for any l

4. perpendicular for exactly two values of l

If the acute angle between the lines x +y - 2 =0 and ( p +1) x +y +1 =0 is 450 then the value of p is

1. 0

4. 4

The lines x +( l +1) y - 5 =0 and ( l +2) x +y - 5 =0 doesnt represent a straight line for

1. 1

4. l =2

3. 2

## 1. represent parallel lines for all l

3. perpendicular for all l

3. l =- 1

1
square units then the value of k
2

1. 3

4. 3

If the area of triangle formed by the line through the points (-1, 2), (k+1, -1) with co-ordinate axes
is

3. 2

2
2
2
The equation l - 1 x - 1 l - 3l +2 y + l +1 =0

1. l =0
3

2. 1

2. -1

a
b
c
+
+
is
a-1 b-1 c-1

3. 0

4. 2

Let A(2, 5), B(-1, 4), C(1, 3) are vertices of DABC and the equation of median through A is

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## ax +by +c =0 then the value of

1. -7
10

4. 36

2. 1

4. 3 2

3. 2
suur

2. on positive y-axis

3. on negative x-axis

4. on negative y-axis

2. square

3. rhombus

2
5

2.

4
5

3.

6
5

4.

2. (4, 5)

9
2

11

3.
,8

4.
5,

A line which makes an acute angle q with the positive direction of x-axis is drawn through the
point p(2, 1) meets the lines x=4 and x=8 respectively at A and B then AB =
1. q =p 6

17

3. q =p 4

4. q =p 8

2.

3. 3

4.

1
2
suur

In DABC which is equilateral A =( - 1, 2) , and its centroid is at (0,0) then equation of BC equals
1. x - 2 y +1 =0

19

2. q =p 3

8
if
3

Let a, b, c are real numbers such that a 2 +b 2 - 4c 2 - 2ab =0 and if the equation ax +by +c =0
represents two families of lines concurrent at P and Q then PQ equals
1. 1

18

8
5

The algebraic sum of distances from (3, -1) (2, 4), (7, 12) to a straight line is zero then that line
always passes through the point
1. (0, 0)

16

3. 30

-1
A line passes through A(2, -1) has inclination tan

meets the line 3 x - y +1 =0 at B then
2
distance AB equals

1.
15

2. 24

The diagonals of a parallelogram ABCD are along the lines x +2 y =7 and 4 x - 2 y =10 then
ABCD must be a
1. rectangle

14

4. -14

## ABCD is a square, A=(2,3) and equation of diagonal BD is x +2 y - 3 =0 then vertex C lies

1. on positive x-axis

13

3. -12

If the line x +2 y - 1 +l ( 3x +4 y +1) =0 makes equal intercepts on the co-ordinate axes then its
distance from origing is
1. 1 2

12

2. -10

A straight line meets the axes at A and B and if centroid of DOAB where O is the origin is (2, 4)
then the area of DOAB equals
1. 12

11

c
equals
a +b

2. 2 x - 4 y - 5 =0

3. x - 2 y +7 =0

4. None

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## 2 x +y - 3 =0 , then the x-intercept of the altitude through A of DABC is _______

2. 1 3

1. 1
20

The point (a-1, 2a+1) lies between the lines x +2 y - 1 =0 and x +2 y - 5 =0 then a can be
1. 1

21

2. 2

2. 3 x +2 y =0

2. (2, 2)

2. 2

3. 3 x +2 y - 5 =0

4. 3 x +2 y - 20 =0

x y 1
+ + =0 always passes through fixed point
a b c

3. (1, -2)

4. (2, -1)

3. infinite

4. 0

A line through P(2, 3) having inclination 450 meets the lines x +4 y - 3 - 0 and x +4 y - 7 - 0
respectively at Q and R then the ratio PQ : PR equals
1. 3 : 4

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4. 3 x +2 y - 3 =0

The number of lines in the family of lines x +2 y - 7 +l ( 2 x +3 y - 11) =0 which are at distance 2
units from the point (2, 2) is
1. 1

25

3. 3 x +2 y +1 =0

Let a,b,c are non-zero and are in H.P. then the line
1. (1, 1)

24

2. 2 x - 3 y +1 =0

The equation of the line parallel to 3 x +2 y - 5 =0 and dividing the area of square formed by the
points (0,0), (4,0), (4,4), (0,4) into two equal parts is ___1. 3 x +2 y - 10 =0

23

4. 1 2

3. 3

## The reflection (image) of the line 3 x - 2 y - 3 =0 in x-axis is

1. 2 x - 3 y +3 =0

22

4. - 2 3

3. 2

2. 4 : 7

3. 7 : 7

4. 11 : 7

Assertion (A) : Two equal sides of an isosceles triangle are 7 x - y +3 =0 and x +y - 3 =0 and its
third side passes through (1, 3) then third side equation is x - 3 y +8 =0
Reason (R) : In an isosceles D, base is parallel to angular bisector of sides.
1. Both (A) and (R) are true and R is correct explanation of A.
2. Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not correct explanation of A
3. (A) is true (R) is false
4. (A) is false but (R) is true

27

The equation of base of an equilateral triangle is x +2 y +3 =0 and a vertex is (2, -1) then the area
of triangle is ___
1.

28

3
2

3
5

3.

2 3
5

4.

3
3
5

The point on the line 2 x - 3 y =5 equidistant from (1, 2) and (3, 4) is ( a, b) then
1. a +b =3

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2.

2. a - b =2

3. a =b

4. a =4 b

The image of the curve x 2 +y 2 =1 in the line x +y =1 is x 2 +y 2 +px +qy +1 =0 then the value of
product pq equals
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2. 4

3. -4

4. 8
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A straight line with negative slope passing through the point (1, 4) meets the coordinate axes at A
and B. Then minimum value of OA+OB equals
1. 5

2. 6

3. 7

4. 9

PHYSICS
31

The co-ordinates of the image formed of an object placed at origin, which the eye will observe in
mirror M 2 is :

1. (O, d)
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2. (d, -d)

3. (-d, d)

4. (d, d)

A ray of light is incident on the plane mirror at rest. The mirror starts turning at a uniform
angular acceleration of 2p rads - 2 . The reflected ray, at the end of
1. 900

33

4. 11.250

2. 3H

3. H

4. None

What is the relative velocity of the image in mirror (1) with respect to the image in the mirror (2)
in situation as shown in fig.

1.
35

3. 22.50

A point source has been placed as shown in the fig. What is the length on the screen that will
receive reflected light from the mirror?

1. 2H
34

2. 450

1
s must have turned through
4

2V
sin b

2. 2V sin b

3.

2V
sin 2 b

4. None

The distance of an object from a spherical mirror is equal to the focal length of the mirror. Then

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the image :
1. must be at infinity
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2. may be at infinity

3. may be at focus

## 4. none of the above

The incorrect statement for a concave mirror producing a virtual image of the real object is :
1. The transversal magnification is always greater than one, except at the pole.
2. The transversal magnification is always less than one
3. The transversal magnification tends to one as the object moves nearer to the pole of the mirror.
4. The distance of the object from the pole of the mirror is less than the focal length of mirror

37

A boy is walking under and inclined mirror at a constant velocity V m/s along the X axis as
shown in fig. If the mirror is inclined at an angle q with the horizontal then what is the velocity
of the image?

1. V sin qi +V cos q j
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## 4. V cos 2qi +V sin 2q j

2. 5H/6

3. 3H/2

4. None

In the above question if father wishes to see his image and childs image completely, then
minimum size of mirror required is :
1.

40

## 3. V sin 2qi +V cos 2q j

A child is standing in front of a straight plane mirror. His father is standing behind him, as shown
in the fig. The height of the father is double the height of the child. What is the minimum length
of the mirror required so that the child can completely see his own image and his fathers image
in the mirror? Given that the height of father is 2H.

1. H/2
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2. V cos qi +V sin q j

4
H
3

2.

2
H
3

3.

5
H
3

4. None

A boy of height H is standing in front of a mirror, which has been fixed on the ground as shown in
fig. What length of his body can the man see in the mirror? The length of the mirror is (H/2)
(neglect the gap between eye level & head)

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1. H
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2. H 2 / H 2 +L2

1
8b

2.

1
4b

2. inverted

3.

1
b

4. None

## 2. 6 away from the mirror

4. 9 towards the mirror

## 2. the boy cannot see his hair

4. the boy cant see neither his hair nor his feet

3. same sized

4. erect

## A concave mirror cannot form :

1. virtual image of virtual object
3. real image of a real object

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4. 2 H 2 / L

The distance of an object (real or virtual) from the pole of a concave mirror is equal to its radius
of curvature. The image must be
1. real

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3. Zero

A boy of height 1.5 m with his eye level at 1.4 m stands before a plane mirror of length 0.75 m
fixed on the wall. The height of the lower edge of the mirror above the floor is 0.8 m. Then
1. the body will see his full image
3. the boy cannot see his feet

44

A luminous point object is moving along the principal axis of a concave mirror of focal length 12
cm towards it. When its distance from the mirror is 20 cm its velocity is 4 cm/s. The velocity of
the image in cm/s at that instant is:
1. 6 towards the mirror
3. 9 away from the mirror

43

A parallel beam of light ray parallel to the X-axis is incident on a parabolic reflecting surface
x =2by 2 as shown in the fig. After reflecting it passes through focal point F. The focal length of
the reflecting surface is

1.
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## 2. virtual image of a real object

4. real image of a virtual object

A particle is moving in front of a plane mirror as shown in fig. The velocity of image with
respect to object is :

1. u sin q
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2. u cosq

3. 2u sin q

4. 2u cosq
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47

Sun rays are reflected from a horizontal mirror and fall on a vertical screen. An object is placed
on the mirror as shown in fig. If object is of length h then length of the shadow on the screen will
be

1. h
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2. 2h

3. 3h

4. 4h

Deviation suffered by ray after two successive reflection in situation as shown in fig. is

1. 800 Anticlockwise
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2. 800 Clockwise

3. 1000 Anticlockwise

4. 1000 Clockwise

A light ray 1 is incident on a plane mirror M. The mirror is rotated in the direction as shown in
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r.p.s. The light reflected by the mirror is received on the
p
wall W at a distance 10 m from the axis of rotation. When the angle of incidence becomes 37 0 (
tan 37 0 =3 ) the speed of the spot (a point) on the wall is
4

## the fig. by an arrow at frequency of

1. 10 m/s
50

2. 1000 m/s

3. 360 m/s

4. None of these

A plane mirror of length 8 cm is moving with speed 3 m/s towards a wall in situation as shown in
fig. then size of spot formed on the wall is

1. 8 cm
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2. 4 cm

3. 16 cm

4. None
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51

A mirror of focal 15 cm is cut into two halves and placed before an object at a distance of 10 cm
as shown in fig. The separation between images formed by two halves of mirror is

1. 3 mm
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2. 4 mm

uf
2.
u- f

2. (1, )

uf
u +f

3. (1/2, )

4. None

2. 11

3. 60

4. 12

A ray of light is incident on a plane mirror along a vector i +j - k . The normal on incidence point
is along i +j . Then unit vector along the reflected ray is:
1.

56

4.

A ray reflected successively from two plane mirrors inclined at a certain angle undergoes a
deviation of 3000 . Then the number of images observable is
1. 5

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f2
3.
u +f

The reflecting surface is represented by the equation 2x =y 2 as shown in fig. A ray traveling
horizontal becomes vertical after reflection. The co-ordinates of the point of incidence if the
point of incidence in the first quadrant.

1. (1/2, 1)
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4. 6 mm

An infinitely long rod lies along the axis of a concave mirror of focal length f. The near end of
the rod is at a distance u>f from the mirror. Its image will have a length.
f2
1.
u- f

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3. 5 mm

1
i +j +k
3

2. -

1
i +j +k
3

3.

1
- i - j +k
3

4. None

A luminous point source s is placed between plane mirror and screen in situation as shown in
fig. Then the length of screen which will receive both direct and reflected light is.

1. 50 cm
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2. 60 cm

3. 40 cm

4. None
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The deviation suffered by ray after three successive reflections in situation as shown in fig.

1. 2000 clockwise
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3. 2200 anticlockwise

4. 2200 clockwise

2f
3

2. f

3.

f
3

4. None

An object O is placed in front of a plane mirror and concave mirror as shown in fig. If f is the
focal length of concave mirror then the separation between the two mirrors so that images
obtained after reflections coincidence with each other (only one reflection on each mirror) is :

1.
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2. 2000 anticlockwise

A linear object is placed along the axis of a mirror as shown in fig. If f is the focal length of the
mirror then the length of image is

1.
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9f
4

2.

7f
4

3. f

4. None

The co-ordinate of image of point object P formed after two successive reflection in situation as
shown in fig. considering first reflection at concave mirror M 1 and then at convex mirror M 2 .

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CHEMISTRY
61

Molefraction of N 2 gas in a solvent Vs pressure graph is given below. The correct relation
among the following is
T3
T2

xN 2

T1

1. T1 >T2 >T3
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2. NaCl

2. 75%

4. 40%

3. Benzene+Toluene

4. HNO3 +H 2O

2. 520mm of Mg

3. 500 mm of Mg

4. 480 mm of Mg

1180g of glucose aqueous solution is cooled to - 3.720 C . If separation of ice started at - 1.860 C ,
total amount of ice separated is ( k f of water =- 1.86k .kg.mol - 1 )
1. 750 g

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3. 50%

2 mole of liquid A is mixed with 3 moles of liquid B. It behaves as an ideal solution. Vapour
pressure of pure liquid A and liquid B are 400mm of Hg and 600mm of Hg respectively. When it
is expanded, at what pressure a single drop of liquid will remain
1. 600mm of Mg

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4. Na2 SO4

3. glucose

Which one of the following mixtures can not form azeotropic mixture
1. Acteone +chloroform 2.Ethanol+water

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4. T3 >T2 >T1

In Ostwalds walkers dynamic method dry air is first passed through 2.5M urea solution and then
passed though 1M Na2 SO4 solution. Weight of urea solution decreased by 0.01g . If weight of
Na2 SO4 solution remains same percentage dissociation of Na2 SO4 is
1. 100%

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3. T2 >T3 >T1

## 6 ( w / v) % solution of x is isotonic with 2 ( w / v) % urea solution. x is

1. sucrose
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2. T3 >T2 >T1

2. 500 g

3. 400 g

4. 250 g

Solution A is 1M urea solution, solution B is 0.1 M sucrose solution. These two solutions are
separated by a semi permeable membrane at 27 0 C . How to prevent osmosis
1. By applying 22.17 atm pressure on solutionB
2. By applying 22.17 atm pressure on solutionA
3. By applying 24.3 atm pressure on solutionA
4. By applying 24.3 atm pressure on solutionB

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1. 0

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Lt DT f
m0

2.

is equal to

3. K f

4. 3K f

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Which one of the following pair of solutions are isotonic (Assure complete ionization of all
electrolytes)
1. 1M urea, 1M NaCl
3. 0.3M MgC l 2 , 0.1M Na3 PO4

70

## 1 mole of NaCl is dissolved in 180 g of water. Relative lowering of vapour pressure is

1.

71

1
10

2.

1
11

2. Boiling point

2
11

4.

1
6

3. Freezing point

4. Osmotic pressure

At the freezing point of solution, which one of the following equilibrium is present
1. solid solvent, liquid solvent
3. solid solvent, liquid solute

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3.

## Among the following which one is a colligative property

1. vapour pressure

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## 2. 0.15M MgC l 2 , 0.15M NaC l

4. 0.1M Al 2 ( SO4 ) 3 , 0.25M NaC l

## 2. solid solute, liquid solute

4. solid solute, liquid solvent

To make 100 ml of 6 ( W / V ) % urea solution isotonic with 100 ml of 6(w/v)% glucose solution
which one of the following to be done
1. 3.9 g of NaCl to be added to glucose solution
2. 3.9 g of NaCl to be added to urea solution
3. 1.95 g of NaCl to be added to glucose solution
4. 1.95 g of NaCl to be added to urea solution

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Among the following aqueous solution for which one freezing point is highest
1. 1 m NaCl

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2. 300 K

4. 500 K

4. equal for all

3. 111/1000x

4. 111 44 /1000

## In atmospheric air volume percent of N 2 is 80% , O2 is 20% . If K H of N 2 , O2 in water are

P K bar, QK bar. The weight ratio of N 2 , O2 dissolved in water at atmospheric pressure is
1. 4Q:P

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3. 400 K

K H of CO2 in water is x k bar at 250 C . Weight of CO2 dissolved in 300 ml of sprite at 2 bar
and 250 C is

1. 111 44 /1000x
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## Among the following for which one vapour pressure is highest

1. 00 ml of water in 1 lt vessel at 250 C
3. 200 ml of water in 10 lt vessel at 250 C

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3. 1m MgCl 2

Molar heat of vapourisation of a liquid is 460cal/mol. Boiling point of the liquid is 80K at 1 atm,
boiling point of the liquid at 10 atm is
1. 200 K

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2. 1 m urea

2. 32Q:7P

3. Q:P

4. 10P:Q

## A container divided in to two compartments with a semipermeable membrane. FeCl 3 solution

taken in another compartment. A Prussian blue
taken in one compartment and K 4

Fe ( CN) 6
colour will be observed in

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1. FeCl 3 compartment
3. in semipermeable membrane
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compartment
2. K 4

Fe ( CN) 6

## 4. Prussian blue colour not observed in any

compartment

NaCl is added to one litre water to such an extent that DTf / K f becomes to
1. 5.85g

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2. 2.6

2. 8.21 atm

4. 4.6

3. 0.41 atm

4. 4.1 atm

## 2. boiling point of solution increases

4. Osmotic pressure of solution increases

1. 3.9 atm

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3. 3.6

## When HgI2 is added to KI solution

1. Vapour pressure of solution decreases
3. Freezing point of solution increases

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4. 58.5

An aqueous solution of urea has freezing point of 0.620C. The osmotic pressure of solution at
270C is (assume molarity and molarity of the solution are same, kf of H2 O = 1.86 K.Kg mol1)
1. 0.821 atm

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3. 0.0585g

Van't Hoff factor of Hg2Cl2 in its aqueous solution will be (80% of Hg2Cl2 is ionised in solution
as Hg22+ and Cl-)
1. 1.6

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2. 0.585g

1
, the weight of
500

2. 7.8 atm

3. 10 atm

4. 4.4 atm

An aqueous solution containing 64% by weight of liquid 'A' (molecular mass 128) has a
pressure of 145mm. Find the vapour pressure of 'A' if vapour pressure of H2O is 155mm at the
same temperature
1. 150 mm

2. 145 mm

3. 105 mm

4. 21 mm

For a given solvent its vapour pressure is related to temperature by the equation
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log10 p =7.482 -

1. 22.0K cal
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2. 5.3k cal

3. 16.9k cal

4. 8.2k cal

The depression in freezing point of 0.01M aqueous solutions urea, sodium chloride and sodium
sulphate is in the ratio of ?
1. 1:1:1

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1150.0 K
Hence the molar heat of vapourisation of the solvent is :
T

2. 1:2:3

3. 1:2:4

4. 2:2:3

Comphor melts at 1780 1mole of A is added to 1000g of camphor. The mixture melted at 1380C.
If 0.01g of B is mixed in 0.5g of camphor, it melted at 1680 C. The molar mass of B is
1. 40g

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2. 400g

3. 80g

4. 800g

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Vapour pressure of pure liquid A and B are 400 mm and 450 mm respectively. Mixture liquid A
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and liquid B behaves as ideal solution at any composition. Correct statement among the following
is (x mole fraction in solution state, y mole fraction is vapour state)
1. PB > PA

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2. YB > YA

## 3. XA < YA and XB > 4. XA > YA and XB <

YB
YB

0
Vapour pressure of liquid A and B are 300 mm and 200 mm of Hg at 100 C. Mixture of A and B
is ideal solution.
Condensation

Condensation

Vapour
Solution

A+B

A+B

A+B

(I)
( II )
The correct relation among the following is

1.
3.

X A I X A II X A III
X A I X A II X A III

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( III )

2.
4.

XB I XB II X B III
X A I X A II X A III

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