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PAPER-1 (B.E./B. TECH.

JEE (Main) 2019


COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)
Questions & Solutions
Date: 12 April, 2019 (SHIFT-1) | TIME: 09.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.

Duration: 3 Hours | Max. Marks: 360


SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY

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1. But-2-ene on reaction with alkaline KMnO4 at elevated temperature followed by acidification will give :

(1) CH3 – CH – CH – CH3


OH OH
(2) 2 molecules of CH3COOH
(3) 2 molecules of CH3CHO
(4) one molecule CH3CHO and one molecule of CH3 COOH
C;wV-2-bZu ds {kkjh; KMnO4 ds lkFk vfHkfØ;k djus rRi'pkr~ mPp rki ij vEyhd`r djus ij çkIr gksrk gS :
(1) CH3 – CH – CH – CH3
OH OH
(2) CH3COOH ds nks v.kq
(3) CH3CHO ds nks v.kq
(4) CH3CHO dk ,d v.kq rFkk CH3 COOH dk ,d v.kq
Ans. (2)

Sol. CH3–CH=CH–CH3   CH3–COOH
KMnO 4 / OH


2. The idea of froth floatation method came from a person X and this method is related to the process Y of
ores. X and Y , respectively , are :
(1) washer man and reduction (2) washer woman and concentration
(3) fisher woman and concentration (4) fisher man and reduction
>kx Iyou fof/k ds fopkj ,d O;fDr X ls vk;k Fkk rFkk fof/k v;Ld ds çØe Y ls lEcfU/kr gSA X rFkk Y Øe'k% gS%
(1) /kksch rFkk vip;u (2) /kksfcu rFkk lkUnz.k
(3) eNqvkfju rFkk lkUnz.k (4) eNqvkjk rFkk vip;u
Ans. (4)
Sol. Washerwoman discovered froath flotation method which is used for the concentration of metal.
/kksfcu }kjk >kx Iyou fof/k dh [kkst dh xbZ ;g fof/k /kkrq v;Ld dh lkUæ.k esa iz;qDr gksrh gSA
3. Which of the following statement is not true about RNA ?
(1) It is present in the nucleus of the cell (2) It has always double stranded -helix structure
(3) In controls the synthesis of protein (4) It usually does not replicate
RNA ds fy, fuEu dFkuksa esa ls dkSu lk lR; ugha gS ?
(1) ;g dksf'kdk ds ukfHkd (U;wfDy;l) esa mifLFkr jgrk gSA
(2) bldh lnSo f}dqaMyuh; a- gsyhDl dh lajpuk gksrh gSA
(3) ;g çksVhu ds la'ys"k.kksa fu;fU=kr djrk gSA
(4) ;g vkerkSj ls çfrdj.k ugha djrk gSA
Ans. (2)
Sol. RNA is single stranded helix structure.
RNA ,dy LVªs.M gSfyDl lajpuk gSA

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4. The major products of the following reaction are :
OH
(1) CHCl3 / aq.NaOH
(2) HCHO,NaOH (Conc.)

Cl (3) H3O

OH OH
COOH
(1) OH (2)
and Formic acid and Methanol

Cl OH

OH OH
COOH
(3) (4) OH
and Methanol and Formic acid

Cl OH
fuEu vfHkfØ;k ds eq[; mRikn gS %
OH
(1) CHCl3 / aq.NaOH
(2) HCHO,NaOH (Conc.)

Cl (3) H3O

OH OH
COOH
(1) OH (2)
rFkk QkfeZd ,flM rFkk esFksukWy

Cl OH

OH OH
COOH
OH
(3) (4)
rFkk esFksukWy rFkk QkfeZd ,flM

Cl OH
Ans. (1)
OH OH OH
CHO CH2OH
CHCl3/NaOH HCHO, NaOH/
Sol. + HCOOH
H3O+
Cl Cl Cl

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5. Given
Co3+ + e–  Co2+ ; Eº = +1.81V
Pb4+ + 2e– Pb2 ; E0 = + 1.67 V
Ce4+ + e–  Ce3+ ; Eº = + 1.61 V
Bi3+ + 3e–  Bi ; Eº = +0.20 V
Oxidizing power of the species will increase in the order :
(1) Ce4+ < Pb4+ < Bi3+ < Co3+ (2) Bi3+ < Ce4+ < Pb4+ < Co3+
3+ 4+ 4+ 3+
(3) Co < Pb < Ce < Bi (4) Co3+ < Ce4+ < Bi3+ < Pb4+
fn;k x;k gS
Co3+ + e–  Co2+ ; Eº = +1.81V
Pb4+ + 2e– Pb2 ; E0 = + 1.67 V
Ce4+ + e–  Ce3+ ; Eº = + 1.61 V
Bi3+ + 3e–  Bi ; Eº = +0.20 V
Lih'kht dh mipk;d lkeFkZ bl Øe esa c<+sxh :
(1) Ce4+ < Pb4+ < Bi3+ < Co3+ (2) Bi3+ < Ce4+ < Pb4+ < Co3+
3+ 4+ 4+ 3+
(3) Co < Pb < Ce < Bi (4) Co3+ < Ce4+ < Bi3+ < Pb4+
Ans. (2)
Sol. The metal ion with higher SRP value will have higher oxidising power.
mPp SRP eku okyh /kkrq vk;u] mPp vkWDlhdkjd {kerk j[krk gSA
6. An example of a disproportionation reaction is :
,d vlekuqikru vfHkfØ;k dk mnkgj.k gS :
(1) 2MnO4– + 10I– + 16H+  2Mn2+ + 5I2 + 8H2O
(2) 2CuBr  CuBr2 + Cu
(3) 2KMnO4  K2MnO4 + MnO2 + O2
(4) 2NaBr + Cl2  2NaCl + Br2
Ans. (2)
Sol. (1) 2Cu+  Cu+2 + Cu° is a disproportionation reaction
2Cu+  Cu+2 + Cu° ,d fo"kekuqikrhdj.k vfHkfØ;k gSA

7. Peptization is a :
(1) process of converting precipitate into colloidal solution
(2) process of converting a colloidal solution into precipitate
(3) process of converting soluble particles to form colloidal solution
(4) process of bringing colloidal molecule into solution
isIVkbts'ku gS :
(1) dksykbMh v.kqvksa dks foy;u esa ykus dk çØe
(2) foys; d.kksa dks dksykbMh foy;u esa cnyus dk çØe
(3) dksykbMh foy;u dks vo{ksi esa cnyus dk çØe
(4) vo{ksi dks dksykbMh foy;u esa cnyusa dks çØe
Ans. (1)
Sol. formation of colloid from freshly prepared precipitate with help of suitable electrolyte (peptising agent) is
called Peptization.
rktk fufeZr vo{ksi esa mi;qDr oS|qr vi?kV~; ¼isfIVdkjd½ feyk dj dksykbMy dk fuekZ. k] isfIVdj.k dgykrk gSA

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8. Enthalpy of sublimation of iodine is 24 cal g–1 at 200 ºC. If specific heat of 2 (s) and 2 (vap) are 0.055
and 0.03 cal 0.031 cal g–1 K–1 respectively , then enthalpy of sublimation of iodine at 250ºC in cal g–1 is :
200ºC ij vk;ksMhu dh m/okZikru ,sUFkSYih 24 cal g–1 ij 200 ºCgSA ;fn 2 (s) rFkk 2 (vap) dh fof'k"V m"ek;asa
Øe'k% 0.055 rFkk 0.03 cal 0.031 cal g–1 K–1 gks rks 250ºC ij vk;ksMhu dh m/oZikru ,sUFkZyih in cal g–1 esa
gksxh :
(1) 5.7 (2) 22.8 (3) 2.85 (4) 11.4
Ans. (2)
Sol. I2 (s) I2  g

 H250 c   H200 c  Cp,m  T2  T1 


H250ºC = 24 + (0.031 – 0.055)50 = 22.8 Cal g–1

9. The major product of the following reaction is :


fuEu vfHkfØ;k dk eq[; mRikn gS :

HO 1. CrO3
2. SOCl2/
HO 3. 

O O

(1) (2)

HO Cl

O O

(3) (4)

Cl HO
Ans. (1)
O
O

OH (i) CrO3/H+ OH
Sol. SOCl2

OH 
OH OH

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10. The major product of the following addition reaction is:
fuUufyf[kr ;ksxkRed vfHkfØ;k dk eq[; mRikn gS:
H3C – CH = CH2 
Cl2 / H2O


O
(1) CH3—CH—CH2 (2) H3C –

Cl OH

O
(3) H3C – CH – CH2 (4)
H3C CH3
OH Cl
Ans. (3)
Sol. CH3–CH=CH2 
Cl2 / H2O
 CH3—CH—CH2

OH Cl

11. The major product(s) obtained in the following reaction is/are :


(i) KOtBu
(ii) O3/Me2S
Br
fuEu vfHkfØ;k ls çkIr eq[; mRikn gS / gS :
(i) KOtBu
(ii) O3/Me2S
Br

OtBu

(1) OHC
CHO

(2) OHC and OHC–CHO


CHO

(3) OHC
CHO
(4)
OHC CHO
Ans. (2)

t-BuO / O3
CHO CH2–CHO
(CH3)2S
Sol. +
Br Ozonolysis CHO CH2–CHO
vkstksuhdj.k

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12. The metal that gives hydrogen gas upon treatment with both acid as well as base is :
(1) zinc (2) mercury (3) iron (4) magnesium
og /kkrq tks vEy ,oa {kkjd nksusa ds gh lkFkk vfHkÑr djus ij gkbMªkstu nsrk gS] gksxh:
(1) ftad (2) edZjh (3) vk;ju (4) eSXuhf'k;e
Ans. (1)
Sol. Zn is amphoteric in nature
Zn bldh mHk;/kehZ izd`fr gSA

13. The correct set of species responsible for the photochemical image is :
(1) CO2, NO2, SO2 and hydrocarbons (2) NO, NO2, O3 and hydrocarbons
(3) N2, O2, O3 and hydrocarbons (4) N2, NO2 and hydrocarbons
çdk'k jlk;fud /kwedqgk ds fy, mÙkjnk;h Lih'kht dk lgh lsV gS :
(1) CO2, NO2, SO2 rFkk gkbMªksdkcZu (2) NO, NO2, O3 rFkk gkbMªksdkcZu
(3) N2, O2, O3 rFkk gkbMªksdkcZu (4) N2, NO2 rFkk gkbMªksdkcZu
Ans. (2)
Sol. Photochemical smog is produced in warm and dry climate from the action of sunlight on unsaturated
hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides produced by automobiles and factories.
izdk'k jklk;fud /kwez xeZ esa rFkk vlar`Ir gkbMªksdkcZu ij lw;Z ds izdk'k dh fØ;k ls mRiUu gksrk gS rFkk ukbVªkstu
vkWDlkbM vkWVkseksckby rFkk QSDVjh;ksa }kjk mRiUu gksrk gSA

14. 5 moles of AB2 weigh 125 × 10–3 kg and 10 moles of A2B2 weigh 300 × 10–3 kg. The molar mass of
A(MA) and molar mass of B(MB) in kg mol–1 are
(1) MA = 10 × 10–3 and MB = 5 × 10–3 (2) MA = 25 × 10–3 and MB = 50 × 10–3
–3 –3
(3) MA = 5 × 10 and MB = 10 × 10 (4) MA = 50 × 10–3 and MB = 25 × 10–3
AB2 ds 5 eksy dk Hkkj 125 × 10–3 kg rFkk A2B2 ds 10 eksy dk Hkkj 300 × 10–3 kg gSA A dk eksyj nzO;eku (MA)
rFkk B dk eksyj nzO;eku (MB) (kg mol–1 esa) gksxsa %
(1) MA = 10 × 10–3 rFkk MB = 5 × 10–3 (2) MA = 25 × 10–3 rFkk MB = 50 × 10–3
(3) MA = 5 × 10– 3 rFkk MB = 10 × 10–3 (4) MA = 50 × 10–3 rFkk MB = 25 × 10–3
Ans. (3)
Sol. Mass of 1 mol of AB2 : MA + 2MB = 25 × 10–3 kg
AB2 : ds 1 eksy dk æO;eku MA + 2MB = 25 × 10–3 kg
Mass of 1 mol of A2B2 : 2MA + 2MB = 30 × 10–3 kg
A2B2 ds 1 eksy dk æO;eku 2MA + 2MB = 30 × 10–3 kg
 MA = 5 × 10–3 kg/mol
MB = 10 × 10–3 kg/mol

15. The basic structural unit of feldspar, zeolites, mica, and asbestos is :
QsYMLikj] ft;ksykbV] ekbdk rFkk ,LcsLVkWl dh ewy lajpuk gS :
R

(1) ( Si – O )n R= Me) (2) (SiO3)2– (3) (SiO4)4– (4) SiO2

R
Ans. (3)

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Sol. Basic unit of Zeolite, mica, Asbestos and Feldspar is SiO4 4–.
ftvksykbV] ekbdk] ,LcsLVksl rFkk QsYMLikj dh ewyHkqr bdkbZ SiO4 4– gSA

16. The increasing order of the pKb of the following compound is :


fuEu ;kSfxdks ds pKb dk c<+rk Øe gS :
F S
CH3O S
(A)
S
N N S
(B) N N
H H
H H

O2N S H3C S

(C) S (D) S
N N N N

H H H H

(1) (B) < (D) < (C) < (A) (2) (A) < (C) < (D) < (B)
(3) (B) < (D) < (A) < (C) (4) (C) < (A) < (D) < (B)
Ans. (3)
Sol. Basicity order  +I, +M and hyperconjugation. Therefore pKb order is b < a < d < c
{kkjh;rk dk Øe +I, +M rFkk vfrla;qXeu izHkkoA blfy;s pKb Øe gS & b < a < d < c
17. An organic compound 'A' is oxidized with Na2O2 followed by boiling with HNO3. The resultant solution is
then treated with ammonium molybdate to yield a yellow precipitate. Based on above observation, the
element present in the given compound is
(1) Fluorine (2) Sulphur (3) Nitrogen (4) Phosphorus
,d dkcZfud ;kSfxd 'A' dks Na2O2 ds lkFk vkDlhÑr fd;k tkrk gS] rRi'pkr~ mls HNO3 ds lkFk mckyk tkrk gSA
fQj ifj.kkeh foy;u dks veksuh;e ekyhCysM ds lkFk vfHkÑr fd;k tkrk gS tks ihyk vo{ksi nsrk gSA
mijksDr izs{k.kksa ds vk/kkj ij ;kSfxdksa esa mifLFkr rRo gS %
(1) ¶yksjhu (2) lYQj (3) ukbVªkstu (4) QkLQksjl
Ans. (4)
Sol. Na2O2 oxidises phosphorus to phosphate which with ammonium molybdate in acidic medium gives
canary yellow precipitate of ammonium phosphomolybdate.
Na2O2 QkLQksjl dks QkWLQsV esa vkWDlhÑr djrk gS tks vEyh; ek/;e esa veksfu;e ekWfyCMsV ds lkFk veksfu;e
QkLQksekWfyCMsV dk dSujh ihys jax dk vo{ksi nsrk gSA
18. The correct statement among the following is :
(1) (SiH3)3N is pyramidal and less basic than (CH3)3N.
(2) (SiH3)3N is planar and more basic than (CH3)3N
(3) (SiH3)3N is planar and less basic than (CH3)3 N.
(4) (SiH3)3N is pyramidal and more basic than (CH3)3N

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fuEufyf[kr esa lgha dFku gS %
(1) (SiH3)3N fijkfeM gS rFkk (CH3)3N ls T;knk {kkjh; gSA
(2) (SiH3)3N leryh gS rFkk (CH3)3N ls de {kkjh; gSA
(3) (SiH3)3N fijkfeMh gS rFkk (CH3)3 ls de {kkjh; gSA
(4) (SiH3)3N leryh gS rFkk (CH3)3N ls T;knk {kjh; gSA
Ans. (3)
Sol. N  SiH3 3 is planar due to back bonding and N  CH3 3 is more basic due to presence of lone pair
electrons.
N  SiH3 3 i'p ca/ku ds dkj.k leryh; gS rFkk N  CH3 3 ,dkdh bysDVªkWu ;qXe dh mifLFkfr ds dkj.k vf/kd
{kkjh; gSA
19. An ideal gas is allowed to expand from 1 L to 10 L against a constant external pressure of 1 bar . The
work done in kj is
,d vkn'kZ xSl dks fLFkj cká nkc 1 L ls 10 rd çlkfjr gksus fn;k tkrk gSA fd;k x;k dk;Z kj esa gksxh%
(1) –0.9 (2) – 9.0 (3) –2.0 (4) + 10.0
Ans. (1)
Sol. W = –Pext(V2 – V1) = –1(10 – 1) = –9 bar L = –900 J = –0.9 KJ

20. The complex ion that will lose its crystal field stabilization energy upon oxidation of its metal to +3 state
is

(Phen = N N
and
ignore pairing energy)
og ladqy vk; tks viuh /kkrq +3 voLFkk esa mipf;r djus ij viuh fØLVy {ks=k LFkk;hdj.k ÅtkZ [kks nsrk gS%

N N
(Phen =
rFkk
;qXeu ÅtkZ dks NksM+ nsa
(1) [Ni(phen)3]2+ (2) [Zn(phen)3]2+ (3) [Co(phen)3]2+ (4) [Fe(phen)3]2+
Ans. (4)
Sol. [Fe(phen)3]2+ will lose its crystal field stabilization energy upon oxidation of its metal to +3 state.
[Fe(phen)3]2+ ladqy vk; tks viuh /kkrq +3 voLFkk esa mipf;r djus ij viuh fØLVy {ks=k LFkk;hdj.k ÅtkZ [kks
nsrk gSA

21. What is the molar solubility of Al(OH)3 in 0.2 M NaOH solution ? Given that , solubility product of
Al(OH)3 = 2.4 × 10–24
0.2 M NaOH foy;u esa Al(OH)3 dh eksyj foys;rk D;k gksxh? fn;k x;k gS% Al(OH)3 dk foys;rk fLFkjkad
= 2.4 × 10–24
(1) 12 × 10–21 (2) 3 × 10–22 (3) 3 × 10–19 (4) 12 × 10–23
Ans. (2)

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Sol. NaOH  Na  OH


0.2 (0.2 + 3s)
Al  OH3(s)  Al3  3OH
s (3s + 0.2)
3
Ksp = (s) (3s + 0.2) (3s << 0.2)
-24 –3
2.4 × 10 = s × 8 × 10
s = 3 × 10–22 M

22. An element has a face-centred cubic (fcc) structure with a cell edge of a. The distance between the
centres of two nearest tetrahedral voids in the lattice is :
,d rRo dh QydsUnzLFk ?kuh; (,Qlhlh) ftlds lsy dk dksj a gSA ySfVal esa nks fudVre prq"Qydh; fjfDr;ksa ds
dsUnzksa ds chp dh nqjh gksxh:
3 a
(1) 2a (2) a (3) a (4)
2 2
Ans. (4)
Sol. Nearest distance between two nearest tetrahedral voids in a FCC lattice is a/2.
,d FCC tkyd esa nks fudVre prq"Qydh; fjfDrdkvksa ds e/; dh nwjh a/2 gSA

23. Which of the following is a thermosetting polymer ?


(1) Nylon 6 (2) PVC (3) Bakelite (4) Buna-N
fuEu esa ls dkSu lk rkin`<+ cgqyd gS ?
(1) ukbykWu 6 (2) ih oh lh (3) csdykbV (4) C;wuk-N
Ans. (3)
Sol. Bakelite is phenol-formaldehyde polymer. It has 3-dimensional cross linkage. It once formed can not be
remoulded.
csdsykbV QhukWy&QkWesZfYMgkbM cgqyd gksrs gSA ;s f=kfoeh; fr;Zd ca/k j[krs gSaA ;s nksckjk u;s lkWpksa esa ugha <+kys tk
ldrs gSaA

24. Glucose and Galctose are having identical configuration in all the positions except position.
Xyqdkst rFkk xSyDVkst ds foU;kl fuUu ds vfrfjDr lHkh LFkkuksa ij ,d tSls gS :
(1) C – 2 (2) C – 5 (3) C – 4 (4) C – 3
Ans. (3)
Sol. Glucose and Galactose differs in configuration on C4.
Xywdkst ,oa xSyDVkst esa C4 ds foU;kl esa vUrj gksrk gS
CHO CHO
H OH H OH
HO H HO H
H OH HO H
H OH H OH
and
CH2OH CH2OH
D-Glucose D- Galactose

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25. The mole fraction of a solvent in aqueous solution of a solute is 0.8 . The molality (in mol kg–1) of the
aqueous solution is
(1) 13.88 × 10–3 (2) 13.88 (3) 13.88 × 10–2 (4)13.88 × 10–1
,d foys; ds tyh; foy;u essa foyk;d dk eksy va'k 0.8 gSA tyh; foy;u dh eksyyrk (mol kg–1 esa) gksxh %
(1) 13.88 × 10–3 (2) 13.88 (3) 13.88 × 10–2 (4)13.88 × 10–1
Ans. (2)
Sol. Xsolvent  0.8
Xsolute  0.2
Xsolute 1000 0.2 1000 250
m=     = 13.88 mol/kg
Xsolvent 18 0.8 18 18

26. Complete removal of both the axial ligands (along , the z-axis) from an octahedral complex leads to
which of the following splitting patterns ? (relative orbital energies not on scale)
v"VQydh; ladj ls (z-v{k ds lkFk) nksuksa v{kh; fyxS.M ds iw.kZ :i ls gVkusa ls fdl foikVu iSVuZ esa ifjorZu
gksrk gS?

dx 2 – y 2 dz 2
E dxy E dx 2 – y 2
(1) dz 2 (2) dxz , dyz
dxz.dyz dx y

dx 2 – y 2 dx 2 – y 2
(3) dz 2 (4)
E E dz 2
dxy dyz,dxz
dxz.dyz dx y

Ans. (1)Sol.

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27. The group number, number of valence electrons and valency of an element with atomic number 15,
respectively, are :
(1) 16,5 and 2 (2) 15,5 and 3 (3) 15,6 and 2 (4) 16,6 and 3
ftl rRo dh ijek.kq la[;k 15, gSa mldh xzqi la[;k] mlds la;kstdrk bysDVªksuksa dh la[;k rFkk mldh la;kstdrk
Øe'k% gksxh :
(1) 16,5 rFkk 2 (2) 15,5 rFkk 3 (3) 15,6 rFkk 2 (4) 16,6 rFkk 3
Ans. (2)
Sol. Z = 15 (The element is phosphorous) ¼rRo QkLQksjl gSA½
1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p3
Valence electrons (la;ksftd bysDVªkWu) = 5 : Valency (la;kstdrk) = 3
Group (lewg la[;k) = 15

28. The correct sequence of thermal stability of the following carbonates is :


fuEu dkscksZusVksa ds rkih; LFkf;Ro dk lgh Øe gS:
(1) MgCO3 < CaCO3 < SrCO3 < BaCO3 (2) BaCO3 < SrCO3 < CaCO3 < MgCO3
(3) BaCO3 < CaCO3 < SrCO3 < MgCO3 (4) MgCO3 < SrCO3 < CaCO3 < BaCO3
Ans. (1)
Sol. Correct order of thermal stability of carbonates of alkaline earth metals is
BeCO3 < MgCO3 < CaCO3 < SrCO3 < BaCO3
{kkjh; e`nk /kkrqvksa ds dkckZsusVksa ds rkih; LFkkf;Ro dk lgh Øe gS %
BeCO3 < MgCO3 < CaCO3 < SrCO3 < BaCO3

29. The electrons are more likely to be found :


(x)
a
b x
–x
–x
C

y
(1) only in the region a (2) only in the region c
(3) in region a and c (4) in the region a and b

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bysDVªksuksa ds ik;s tkus dh T;knk laHkkouk gS :


(x)
a
b x
–x
–x
C

y
(1) ek=k {ks=k esa a (2) ek=k {ks=k esa c
(3) a rFkk c {ks=k esa (4) a rFkk b {ks=k esa
Ans. (3)
Sol. (r) is probability density of an electron and it is maximum at a & c.
(r) ,d bysDVªkWu ds ik;s tkus dh izkf;drk n'kkZrk gS rFkk ;g a rFkk c ij vf/kdre gSA

30. In the following reaction ; x A  yB


– dA   d[B] 
log10   = log10   + 0.3010
 dt   dt 
'A' and 'B' respectively can be :
(1) n-Butane and Iso-butane (2) C2H2 and C6H6
(3) N2O4 and NO2 (4) C2H4 and C4H8

fuEu vfHkfØ;k esa; xA  yB


– dA   d[B] 
log10   = log10   + 0.3010
 dt   dt 
'A' rFkk 'B' Øe'k% gks ldrs gS:
(1) n-C;wVsu rFkk vkblksC;wVsu (2) C2H2 rFkk C6H6
(3) N2O4 rFkk NO2 (4) C2H4 rFkk C4H8
Ans. (4)
Sol. For the reaction (vfHkfØ;k ds fy,) 2C2H4  C4H8

1 dC2H4  dC4H8 
 
2 dt dt
 dC2H4    dC4H8  
 log     log    log2
 dt   dt
   

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