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PHY./INO.

CHEMISTRY

TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2016

Course : VIJETA (JP) NO. 40

This DPP is to be discussed in the week (14.09.2015 to 19.09.2015)


DPP No. # 40 (JEE-ADVANCED)
REVISION DPP
Total Marks : 75 Max. Time : 49 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q. 9 (3 marks, 2 min.) [27, 18]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.10 to Q.14 (4 marks, 2 min.) [20, 10]
Integer type Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.15 to Q.19 (4 marks 3 min.) [20, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.20 (8 marks, 6 min.) [08, 06]

ANSWER KEY DPP No. # 40


1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (C) 5. (B) 6. (A) 7. (D)
8. (D) 9. (D) 10.* (AB) 11.* (ABC) 12.* (ABC) 13.* (ABC) 14.* (ABC)
15. 2 16. 8 17. 7 18. 05 19. 42 20. (A-p,s; B-q,t; C-r,s; D-r)

1. How many of the following will liberate H2 on addition of water at room temperature ?
dejs ds rki ij ty dks feykus ij fuEu esa ls fdrus H2 dks eqDr djrs gSa \
(i) NaH (ii) CH3MgBr (iii) Na (iv) NaOH (v) Fe
(vi) (graphite xzsQkbV) (vii) B2H6 (viii) F2 (ix) LiAlH 4
(A*) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 3
Sol. (i) NaH + H – OH NaOH + H2
(ii) 2Na + 2HOH 2NaOH + H2
(vii) B2H6 + 6H–OH 2H3BO3 + 6H2
(i) LiAlH4 + 4H–OH LiOH + Al(OH)3+ 4H2
CH3MgBr Liberates CH4, F2 liberates O 2 + O3 ; NaOH, Al ; graphite fail to react at all.
CH3MgBr ls CH4 eqDr gksrk gS, F2 ls O2 + O3 eqDr gksrs gS ; NaOH, Al o xzsQkbV dksbZ Hkh ty ls fØ;k ugha djrk gSA

2. A sample of 100 g water is slowly heated from 27ºC to 87ºC. Calculate the change in the entropy of the water.
Specific heat capacity of water = 4200 J/Kg-K. (Take log 6 = 0.78 and log 5 = 0.7).
100 g ty ds ,d izkn'kZ dks 27ºC ls 87ºC rd /khjs ls xeZ fd;k tkrk gSA ty dh ,UVªkWih esa ifjorZu ifjdfyr dhft,A
ty dh fof'k"V Å"ek /kkfjrk = 4200 J/Kg-K. (log 6 = 0.78 rFkk log 5 = 0.7 yhft,).
(A) 70 J/K (B*) 77.28 J/K (C) 25.2 J/K (D) 78.84 J/K
T2 360
Sol. S = ms n T = (0.1 kg) (4200) × 2.3 log = 77.28 J/K.
1 300
3. Which of the following is true about the complex [PtCl2(NH3)(OH2)] ; [Atomic no. of Pt = 78]
(i) It will have two geometrical isomeric forms, cis and trans
(ii) The hybridisation state of Pt() is sp3
(ii) It can show hydrate isomerism
(iv) It is a tetrahedral complex

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ladqy [PtCl2(NH3)(OH2)] ds lanHkZ esa fuEu esa ls dkSulk lR; gSA [Pt dk ijek.kq Øekad = 78]
(i) blds lei{k o foi{k nks T;kferh; leko;oh gksrs gSA
(ii) Pt() dh ladj.k voLFkk sp3 gSA
(iii) ;g gkbMªsV leko;ork iznf'kZr dj ldrk gSA
(iv) ;g ,d prq"Qydh; ladqy gSA
(A*) (i) (B) (ii) (C) (iii) (D) (iv)
Sol. Pt() is 5d8, forms square planar complex which is diamagnetic. [Pt Cl2 (NH3) (OH2)] will show geometrical
isomerism.
Pt() , 5d8 gS tks fd izfrpqEcdh; lery oxkZdkj lady
q ds lkFk cukrk gSA [Pt Cl2 (NH3) (OH2)] T;kfefr leko;ork iznf'kZr
djrk gSA

4. The reduction potential of hydrogen half cell will be negative if (T = 298 K)


(A) PH2 = 1 atm and [H+] = 1.0 M (B) PH2 = 2 atm and [H+] = 2.0 M

(C*) PH2 = 2 atm and [H+] = 1.0 M (D) PH2 = 1 atm and [H+] = 2.0 M

gkbMªkstu v)Z&lsy dk vip;u foHko _.kkRed gksxk ;fn (T = 298 K)


(A) PH2 = 1 atm o [H+] = 1.0 M (B) PH2 = 2 atm o [H+] = 2.0 M

(C*) PH2 = 2 atm o [H+] = 1.0 M (D) PH2 = 1 atm o [H+] = 2.0 M

Sol. 2H+ + 2e–  H2

0.059 pH 2
 RP = 0.0 – log  2 .
2 [H ]

5. S1 : Melting points of alkali metals increase down the group.


S2 : Para-dichlorobenzene is non-polar.
S3 : RMgX (Grignard reagent) is a -bonded organometallic compound.
S4 : Standard reduction potential of NORMAL HYDROGEN ELECTRODE (NHE) is taken to be zero at all
temperatures.
S1 : {kkj /kkrqvksa ds xyukad oxZ esa uhps tkus ij ?kVrs gSaA
S2 : isjk-MkbDyksjkscsathu v/kqzoh; gSA
S3 : RMgX (fxzxukMZ vfHkdeZd) ,d -vkcaf/kr dkcZ/kkfRod ;kSfxd gSA
S4 : lkekU; gkbMªkstu bySDVªkWM (NHE) dk ekud vip;u foHko lHkh rkiekuksa ij 'kwU; fy;k tkrk gSA
(A) FTFF (B*) FTTT (C) TTTF (D) FTTF

6. Consider the plane shown in the figure: . A rock salt (NaCl) lattice is cut across this plane

in which anions occupy fcc positions. It passes through centers of how many cations?
fn;s x;s fp=k ds vuql kj jkWd yo.k ¼ NaCl½ laj puk esa ,d ry n'kkZ;k x;k gS :

ftlesa _.kk;u fcc fLFkfr;ksa ij mifLFkr gSA ry eas /kuk;ukas ds fdrus dsUnz mifLFkr gSa \
(A*) zero (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 12
Sol. cations are present at edge centers and body center through which this plane does not pass. So at this
plane only anions are present.
/kuk;u] fdukjksa ds dsUnz rFkk dk; dsUnz ij mifLFkr gksrs gS tks fd bl ry esa ugha vkrs gSA blfy, ry ij dso y
_.kk;u mifLFkr gksaxsA

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7. Mark the wrong statement. Halogens are all coloured -
(A) This is due to absorption of visible light by their molecules resulting in the excitation of outer electrons to
higher energy levels
(B) The small F2 molecules absorb high energy violet radiation and appear yellow
(C) Large I2 molecule absorb low energy yellow and green radiations and appear violet in colour
(D*) The excitation energy required by the small fluorine atoms is smaller than required by the large iodine
atoms.
xyr dFku dks igpkfu;sA gSykstu lHkh jaxhu gksrs gS &
(A) bldk dkj.k buds v.kqvksa esa n`'; izdk'k dk vo'kks"k.k gksrk gS ftlds ifj.kkeLo:i mPp ÅtkZ Lrj esa cká bysDVªkWu
dk mÙkstu gksrk gSA
(B) NksVk F2 v.kq mPp ÅtkZ csaxuh fofdj.k dks vo'kksf"kr dj ihyk jax iznku djrk gSA
(C) cM+k I2 v.kq fuEu ÅtkZ dk ihyk o gjk fofdj.k vo'kksf"kr dj cSaxuh jax iznku djrk gSA
(D*) NksVs ¶yksfju ijek.kq }kjk vko';d mRrstu ÅtkZ cM+s vk;ksfMu ijek.kq }kjk vko';d mRrstu voLFkk ls de gksrh
gSA
8. Ozonized oxygen is passed through dry powdered KOH which option is not correct regarding the product
obtained in the above process :
(A) It is an orange coloured solid.
(B) It is paramagnetic in nature.
(C) It is used in submarines for oxygenating the air.
(D*) It is also prepared by passing O 2 in blue solution of K in liquid NH3.
vkstksuhd`r vkWDlhtu dks 'kq"d pwf.kZr KOH esa ls izokfgr djrs gS rks mijksDr izØe esa izkIr mRikn ls lEcfU/kr dkSulk
fodYi lgh ugha gS %
(A) ;g ,d ukjaxh jax dk Bksl gksrk gSA
(B) ;g vuqpqEcfd; izd`fr dk gksrk gSA
(C) bldk mi;ksx iuMqCch;ksa esa vkWDlhd`r ok;q ds fy, gksrk gSA
(D*) bls nzo NH3 esa K ds uhys foy;u esa O2 izokfgr dj Hkh cuk;k tk ldrk gSA
Sol. KOH + O3  KO3
Dry powdered Ozonized oxygen Orange solid
O2
4K (dissolved in liquid NH3) 
 K2O3 .
Sol. KOH + O3  KO3
'kq"d pwf.kZr vkstksuhd`r vkWDlhtu ukjaxh Bksl
O2
4K (nzo NH3 esa ?kqfyr) 
 K2O3 .
9. The enthalpies of neutralization of HClO4 and Cl3C – COOH are
– 13.5 kcal/g – equivalent and
– 14.7 kcal/g – equivalent respectively
when 40 g of solid NaOH is added to a mixture of 1 g mol. HClO 4 and 1 g mol. Cl3C – COOH, sodium
perchlorate and sodium trichloroacetate are formed in molar ratio of 3 : 1. Then
(A) H for the reaction NaOH with the mix. Is 6.45 kcal.
(B) H for the reaction NaOH with the mix. Is 13.8 kcal.
(C) After reaction the total number of moles of acid remained are 0.5 (HClO 4 and Cl3C – COOH)
(D*) After reaction the total weight of acid remained is 147.75 gm. (HClO 4 + Cl3C – COOH) and H for the
reaction of NaOH with mix. is – 13.8 kcal.
HClO4 rFkk Cl3C – COOH ds mnklhfudj.k dh ,sUFksYih Øe'k% –13.5 kcal/g – rqY;kad rFkk 14.7 kcal/g – rqY;kad gSA
tc 1 g mol. HClO4 rFkk 1 g mol. Cl3C – COOH ds feJ.k esa 40 g Bksl NaOH feyk;k tkrk gS rks lksfM;e ijDyksjsV
rFkk lksfM;e VªkbZDyksjks,sflVsV ds fuekZ.k dk eksyj vuqikr 3 : 1 gS rks &
(A) feJ.k ds lkFk NaOH dh vfHkfØ;k ds fy, H 6.45 kcal gSA
(B) feJ.k ds lkFk NaOH dh vfHkfØ;k ds fy, H 13.8 kcal gSA
(C) vfHkfØ;k ds i'pkr~ vEy ds 'ks"k cps gq, dqy eksy 0.5 gS (HClO4 rFkk Cl3C – COOH)
(D*) vfHkfØ;k ds i'pkr~ vEy ds dqy 'ks"k Hkkj 147.75 gm (HClO 4 + Cl3C – COOH) rFkk NaOH dh feJ.k ds lkFk

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vfHkfØ;k ds fy, –13.8 kcal gSA
Sol. HClO4 + NaOH NaClO4 + H2O
Cl3C – COOH + NaOH Cl3C – COONa + H2O
Let x mol of NaOH are used in 1st reaction and (1 – x) mole of NaOH are used in 2 nd reaction.
¼1st vfHkfØ;k esa NaOH ds x mol rFkk 2nd vfHkfØ;k esa NaOH ds (1 – x) eksy iz;qDr gksrs gSA½
x 3
Given ¼fn;k gS½ =3  x=
1– x 4
3 1 –40.5  14.7
H = – 13.5 × + (– 14.7) × = = – 13.8 kcal
4 4 4
After the reaction total weight of acid remained
¼vfHkfØ;k ds i'pkr~ vEy dk 'ks"k dqy Hkkj
1 3
= (1 + 35.5 + 64) + 3 + (35.5 × 3 + 24 + 32 + 1) = 147.75 gm
4 4

10.* Which of the following xenon halides on hydrolysis yields Xe :


fuEu esa ls dkSulk ftukWu gSykbM ty vi?kVu ij Xe nsrk gS %
(A*) XeF2 (B*) XeF4 (C) XeF6 (D) Xe F7–
Sol. 2XeF2 + 2H2O 2Xe + 4HF + O2
6XeF4 + 12H2O 4Xe + 2XeO 3 + 24HF + 3O2
XeF6 + 3H2O XeO3 + 6HF

11.* Which of the following is/are correct about halogen.


(A*) More metal flourides are ionic in nature then metal chlorides
(B*) Addition of Cl2 to Kl solution gives it a brown colour but excess of Cl2 turns its colourless
(C*) Perchloric acid is stronger acid then sulphuric acid
(D) Inter halogen compounds are more reactive then all pure halogens.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk dFku gSykstu ds lanHkZ esa lgh gS \
(A*) vf/kdka’'k /kkrq ¶yksjkbM] /kkrq DyksjkbM dh rqyuk esa vk;fud izd`fr gksrs gSA
(B*) KI foy;u esa Cl2 feykus ij ;g Hkwjk jax nsrk gS ysfdu Cl2 ds vkf/kD; esa ;g jaxghu gks tkrk gSA
(C*) ijdyksfjd vEy] lY¶;wfjd vEy dh rqyuk esa izcyre vEy gSA
(D) vUrj gSykstu ;kSfxd lHkh 'kq) gSykstu ls vf/kd fØ;k'khy gksrk gSA
Sol. (A) according to fajan’s rule, large onion shows more covalent nature

(B) Cl2 + 2Kl 2KCl + l2


(brown )

I2 + 5Cl2 + 6H2O 2HlO 3 + 10HCl


( colourless )

(C) In HClO4, Cl have +7 state while of S in H2SO4 have +6 state so O — H bond easily broken. So stronger
acid, also due to more no. of resonating structure after giving H +.
(D) except F2
(A) Qstku fu;e ds vuqlkj] cM+s _.kk;u vf/kd lgla;ksth izd`fr n'kkZrs gSA
l2
(B) Cl2 + 2Kl 2KCl + ( )

2HlO3
I2 + 5Cl2 + 6H2O ( )
+ 10HCl

(C) HClO4 esa] Cl +7 voLFkk esa] tcfd H2SO4 esa S +6 voLFkk esa jgrk gS vr % O — H cU/k vklkuh ls VwV tkrk gSA
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vr% H+ vk;u nsus i'pkr~ vuquknh lajpuk dh vf/kd la[;k ds dkj.k Hkh izcyre vEy gksrk gSA
(D) F2 dks NksM+dj

12.* Which of the following method (s) is/are used for the extraction of lead from galena ?
Roast in air reduction with coke in blast furnace
(A*) PbS(s)     PbO(s)           Pb() + CO 2(g)
Roast in air
(B*) PbS(s)  reduction with CO in blast furnace
   PbO(s)          Pb() + CO 2(g)
Partial roasting in air
(C*) PbS(s)  Heat in absence of air
  PbO (s) + PbS (s)        Pb() + SO2(g)
(D) PbS(melt)  Electrolys is
   Pb() + SO2 (g)
fuEu es ls dkSulh fo/kh/fo/kh;ks dk iz;ksx xsysuk ls ysM ds fu"d"kZ.k esa fd;k tkrk gSA
(A*) PbS(s) PbO(s) Pb() + CO2(g)

(B*) PbS(s) PbO(s) Pb() + CO2(g)

(C*) PbS(s) PbO (s) + PbS (s) 


 Pb() + SO2(g)
(D) PbS(melt)  Pb() + SO2 (g)
Sol. (A), (B) and (C) methods are used for the extraction of lead from galena.
(A), (B) rFkk (C) fof/k;kW dk iz;ksx xsysuk ls ysM ds fu"d"kZ.k es fd;k tkrk gSA

13.* In the test of NO3– ion, the dark brown ring complex [Fe(H2O)5NO]2+ is formed, which of the following is/are
true for this complex.
(A*) The brown ring complex is paramagnetic
(B*) Iron and NO both have +1 charge
(C*) The complex species can be represented as [Fe1(H2O)5NO]2+
(D) Iron has +2 oxidation state and NO is neutral
NO3– vk;u ds ifj{k.k esa, xgjs Hkwjs jax dh oy; ladqy ¼[Fe(H2O)5NO]2+½ dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA bl ladqy ds fy, fuEu
esa ls dkSulk dFku lR; gSA
(A*) Hkwjh oy; ladqy vuqpqEcdh; gSA
(B*) vk;ju rFkk NO nksuksa +1 vkos'k j[krs gaSA
(C*) ladqy dk lw=k [Fe1(H2O)5NO]2+ ds :i esa iznf'kZr gksrk gSA
(D) vk;ju +2 vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk j[krk gS rFkk NO mnklhu gSA

14.* Which of the following is/are optically inactive ?


(A*) [Pt(Br) (Cl) (N3) (SCN)]2– (B*) tans – [Co(en) 2 (SCN)2]
(C*) fac – [Co(H2O)3 F3] (D) [Co (gly)3]
fuEu esa ls dkSu izdk'kh; :i ls vlfØ; gS@gSa \
(A*) [Pt(Br) (Cl) (N3) (SCN)]2– (B*) foi{k– [Co(en)2 (SCN)2]
(C*) Qydh; (fac) – [Co(H2O)3 F3] (D) [Co (gly)3]

15. Consider equimolal aqueous solutions of Na3PO4 and NaCl with Tb and T’b as their respective boiling point

Lim Tb
elevations. Find out the value of
m0 Tb .
ekuk fd Na3PO4 rFkk NaCl ds leeksyy tyh; foy;u ds DoFkukad esa mUu;u Tb rFkk T’b Øe'k% gSA
Lim Tb
rc m 0 Tb dk eku gksxk \
Ans. 2
Sol. As m  0 (infinite dilution) both electrolytes will be completely dissociated so
NaCl Na+ + Cl–
Na3PO4 3Na+ + PO43–

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Sol. tSls m  0 (vuUr ruqrk ij) nksuksa fo|qr vi?kV; iw.kZ:i ls fo;ksftr gS vr%
NaCl Na+ + Cl–
Na3PO4 3Na+ + PO43– s

16. Let the total number of isomers exhibited by the complex [Co(en) 2(NO2)Br]Cl (including given isomer) is a
and the oxidation number of Co be b. The find the value of (a – b – 1).
ekuk ladqy [Co(en)2(NO2)Br]Cl (fn;s x;s leko;o dks lfEefyr dj) }kjk n'kkZ;s x;s dqy leko;oh;ksa dh la[;k a gS rFkk
Co dh vkWDlhdj.k la[;k b gSA (a – b – 1) dk eku fdruk gksxkA
Ans. 8
Sol. a = 12, b = 3 (a – b – 1) = 8

17. 4×10–2 M aqueous solution of an organic compound is isotonic with 1.5 ×10–2 M aqueous solution of NaCl
(complete ionisation). The compound gets dimerised with degree of dimerisation  and Van't Hoff factor i.
Find the value of (8i + 2 ).
,d dkcZfud ;kSfxd dk 4×10–2 M tyh; foy;u] 1.5 ×10–2 M NaCl (iw.kZ vk;uu) ds tyh; foy;u ls lEkijkljh gSA
;fn ;kSfxd f}ydhd`r gksrk gS vkSj mldh dksfV  gS rFkk okUV gkWQ dkjd i gSaA (8i + 2  ) dk eku Kkr djsaA
Ans. 7
Sol. 1.5 × 10–2 × 2 = 4 × 10–2 × i
i = 3/4
 = 1/2
8i + 2 = 7

18. Evolution of a colored gas / fumes is possible on heating which of the following with conc. H 2SO4 ? You may
also add copper turnings, MnO2 or NaCl in any of these, if required.
KNO3, Mg2, ZnBr2 , K2Cr2O7, NaF, FeC2O4, NaNO2 , Cu(OH)2 , CoCO3
fuEu es ls fdldks lkUnz H2SO4 ds lkFk xeZ djus ij jaxks xSl ;k /kqez eqDr gksrk gS vko';drk iMus ij vki dkWij fNyu
MnO2 ;k NaCl dk bues ls fdlh esa Hkh ;ksx dj ldrs gS %
KNO3, Mg2, ZnBr2 , K2Cr2O7, NaF, FeC2O4, NaNO2 , Cu(OH)2 , CoCO3
Ans. 05
Air
Sol. 2NaNO2 + H2SO4  Na2SO4 + [2HNO2]  HNO3 + NO  
 NO2

ZnBr2 + 2H2SO4  ZnSO4 + Br2  + 2H2O + SO2 



Mg2 + 2H2SO4  MgSO4 + 2  + 2H2O + SO2 

 1
2KNO3 + 2H2SO4  2KHSO4 + 2NO2  O
2 2
K2Cr2O7 + conc. K2SO4 + NaCl  CrO2Cl2  (red fumes) (Ykky /kqez )

19. For the cells in opposition,


Zn(s) | ZnCl2(sol.) | AgCl(s) | Ag | AgCl(s) | ZnCl2(sol.) | Zn(s)
C1 = 0.02 M C2 = 0.5 M
RT
Find out the emf (in millivolt) of the resultant cell ? (Take log 2 = 0.3, at 298 K = 0.060)
F
nks lSykas dks ,d nwljs ds foijhr yxk dj fuEu lSy cuk;k x;k gS
Zn(s) | ZnCl2(sol.) | AgCl(s) | Ag | AgCl(s) | ZnCl2(sol.) | Zn(s)
C1 = 0.02 M C2 = 0.5 M
RT
ifj.kkeh lSy dk fo-ok-cy ¼feyh oksYV½ esa Kkr dhft,A (fyft, log 2 = 0.3, at 298 K = 0.060)
F
Ans. 42
Sol. as cell reaction is
1st cell : Zn + 2AgCl  ZnCl2 + 2Ag

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2nd cell : ZnCl2 + 2Ag  2AgCl + Zn
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Overall ZnCl2(C2)  ZnCl2(C1)

RT  0.5   0.059  0.5 


E= ln   V =  2 log 0.02  V = 42 mV
2F  0.02    
Sol. lSy vfHkfØ;k fuEu izdkj ls gSA
1st cell : Zn + 2AgCl  ZnCl2 + 2Ag
2nd cell : ZnCl2 + 2Ag  2AgCl + Zn
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iw.kZr;k ZnCl2(C2)  ZnCl2(C1)

RT  0.5   0.059  0.5 


E= ln   V =  log  V = 42 mV
2F  0.02   2  0.02 

20. Reactions are listed in column I. Match the result of the respective reactions with the appropriate options
listed in column II.s
dkWye esa I esa vfHkfØ;k,a fn xbZ gSA vfHkfØ;k ds ifj.kke dks mi;qDr fodYi ds lkFk lqesfyr fdft, %
Column-I Column-II
(A) P4 + SOCl2  (p) Prepperation of diamer of halide
(B) KI + H2O + O3  (q) Preperation of dioxygen
V2O5 / heat
(C) SO2 + O2     (r) Preperation of cyclic compound at room temperature
heat in a sealed tube
(D) H3PO3 + Br2  (s) Preperation of acidic oxide
(t) Zero oxidation state od minimum two products
Column-I Column-II
(A) P4 + SOCl2  (p) f)yd gsykbM dk fuekZ.k
(B) KI + H2O + O3  (q) MkbvkWDlhtu dk fuekZ.k
V2O5 / heat
(C) SO2 + O2     (r) dejsds rki ij pfØ; ;kSfxdk dk fuekZ.k
heat in a sealed tube
(D) H3PO3 + Br2  (s) vEyh; vkWDlkbM+ dk fuekZ.k
(t) de ls de nks mRiknks esa rRo dh 'kwU; vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk
Ans. (A-p,s; B-q,t; C-r,s; D-r)
Sol. (A) P4 + 8 SOCl2  4PCl3 + 4SO2 + S2Cl2 (dimeric halide)
(B) 2KI + H2O + O3 2KOH + ºI 2  O
º
2
V O / heat
(C) SO2 + O2 25 SO3 ; SO3(s) exists as (SO 3)3– cyclic form, at room temperature.
heat in a sealed tube
(D) 3H3PO3 + 3Br2  (HPO3)3 + 6HBr
g y% (A) P4 + 8 SOCl2  4PCl3 + 4SO2 + S2Cl2 (f}yd gSykbM)
º
(B) 2KI + H2O + O3 2KOH + ºI 2  O 2
V O / heat
(C) SO2 + O2 25 SO3 ; dejs ds rki ij SO3(s), (SO3)3– pØh; :i esa mifLFkr gSA
(D) 3H3PO3 + 3Br2  (HPO3)3 + 6HBr

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