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KOTA (RAJASTHAN)
CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME
(ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-2015)
SCORE-I
FULL SYLLABUS TEST
LEADER COURSE : Phase-TV & TX
PATTERN : JEE (Main)
TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015
Date : 11 - 03 - 2015
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Ïi;k bu funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+sA vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks"k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gSaA

1.

ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds bl i`"B ij vko';d fooj.k uhys@dkys ckWy ikbaV isu

ls rRdky HkjsaA isfUly dk iz;ksx fcYdqy oftZr gS

2.

ijh{kkFkhZ viuk QkeZ ua- (fu/kkZfjr txg ds vfrfjä) ijh{kk iqfLrdk @ mÙkj i= ij dgha vkS

aA

3.

ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?kaVs gSA

4.

bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 90 iz'u gaSA360 gSaAa

 

5.

bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa rhu Hkkx A, B, C gSa] ftlds izR;sd Hkkx esa

 

HkkS

] jlk;u foKku ,oa xf.kr ds 30 iz'u gSa

leku gSaAlgh mÙkj ds fy, 4 (pkj)vad fuèkkZfjr fd;s x;s gSaA

6.

izR;sd xyr mÙkj ds fy, ml iz'u ds dqy vad dk ,d pkS

dkVk

tk;sxkA mÙkj iqfLrdk esa dksbZ Hkh mÙkj ugha Hkjus ij dqy izkIrkad esa ls ½.kkRed vadu ugha gksxkA

7.

mÙkj i= ds i`"B&1 ,oa i`"B&2 ij okafNr fooj.k ,oa mÙkj vafdr djus gsrq dsoy uhys@dkys ckWy ikbaV isu dk gh iz;ksx djsaA

isfUly dk iz;ksx loZFkk oftZr gSA

 

8.

ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk ijh{kk d{k @ gkWy esa ifjp; i= ds vykok fdlh Hkh izdkj dh ikB~; lkexzh eqfær ;k gLrfyf[kr dkxt dh ifpZ;ksa] istj] eksckby Qksu ;k fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVªkfud midj.kksa ;k fdlh vU; izdkj dh lkexzh dks ys tkus ;k mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr ugha gSaA

9.

jQ dk;Z ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa dsoy fu/kkZfjr txg ij gh dhft;sA

10.

ijh{kk lekIr gksus ij] ijh{kkFkhZ d{k@gkWy NksM+us ls iwoZ mÙkj i= d{k fujh{kd dks vo'; lkSaijh{kkFkhZ vius lkFk bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk dks ys tk ldrs gSaA

aA

11.

mÙkj i= dks u eksM+sa ,oa u gh ml ij vU; fu'kku yxk,saA

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HAVE CONFIDENCE Þ 100% SUCCESS BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING PART A - PHYSICS 1. A and

PART A -

PHYSICS

1. A and B are concentric conducting spherical shells. A is given a positive charge while B is earthed. Then :-

B + + + + + A + + +
B
+
+ +
+
+ A
+
+
+

(1) A and B both will have the same charge densities (2) The potential inside A and outside B will zero. (3) the electric field between A and B is non zero (4) the electric field inside A and outside B is non zero.

2. A body takes 10 minutes to cool down from 62°C to 50°C. If the temperature of surrounding is 26°C then in the next 10 minutes temperature of the body will be :-

(1) 38°C

(3) 42°C

(2) 40°C

(4) 44°C

1. iznf'kZr fp= esa A rFkk B ladsUæh; pkyd xksykdkj dks'k

gSAA dks /kukos'k fn;k tkrk gS B dks HkwlEifdZr

dj nsrs gSA%&

B + + + + + A + + +
B
+
+ +
+
+ A
+
+
+

(1) A rFkk B nksuksa ij leku vkos'k ?kuRo gSA

(2) A ds vUnj rFkk B ds ckgj foHko 'kwU; gSA

(3) A o B ds e/; fo|qr {ks= v'kwU; gSA (4) A ds vUnj rFkk B ds ckgj fo|qr {ks= v'kwU; gSA 2. ,d fi.M 10 feuV esa 62°C ls 50°C rd B.Mk gksrk

gSA;fn ifjos'k dk rkieku 26°C gks rks vxys 10 feuV

esa fi.M dk rkieku gksxk%&

(1) 38°C

(3) 42°C

(2) 40°C

(4) 44°C

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

3.

After charging a capacitor the battery is removed. Now by placing a dielectric slab between the plates :- (1) The potential difference between the plates and the energy stored will decrease but the charge on plates will remain same (2) the charge on the plates will decrease and the potential difference between the plates will increase (3) the potential difference between the plates will increase and energy stored will decrease but the charge on the plates will remain same (4) the potential difference, energy stored and the charge will remain unchanged.

3. ,d la/kkfj= dks vkosf'kr djus ds ckn cS

 

%&

(1) IysVksa ds e/; foHkokUrj rFkk lafpr ÅtkZ ?kV tk;sxh ijUrq IysVksa ij vkos'k leku cuk jgsxkA

(2) IysVksa ij vkos'k ?kV tk;sxk ijUrq IysVksa ds e/;

foHkokUrj c<+ tk;sxkA

 

(3) IysVksa ds e/; foHkokUrj c<+ tk;sxk rFkk lafpr ÅtkZ

?kV tk;sxh ijUrq IysVksa ij vkos'k leku cuk jgsxkA

(4) foHkokUrj] lafpr ÅtkZ rFkk vkos'k vifjofrZr cus jgsxsaA

4.

Four wires of equal length are bent in the form of four loops P, Q, R and S. These are suspended in a uniform magnetic field and same current is passed in them. The maximum torque will act on :-

yVdk;k tkrk gS

/kkjk izokfgr dh tkrh

P
P
Q
Q
R
R
S
S
P
P
Q
Q
R
R
S
S

(1) P

(2) Q

(1) P

(2) Q

(3) R

(4) S

(3) R

(4) S

 

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gSA/; ijkoS

4. leku yEckbZ ds pkj rkjksa dks pkj ywi P, Q, R o S ds :i esa eksM+k tkrk gSA,d le:i pqEcdh; {ks= esa

gSA a

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 5. A thin oil film of refractive index 1.2 floats on

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015

5. A thin oil film of refractive index 1.2 floats on

5. viorZukad 1.2 okyh ,d iryh rsy dh fQYe ty

the surface of water (µ = 4 ). When a light of

3

wavelength l = 9.6 × 10 7 m falls normally on

lrg (µ = 4

3

)

ij

rS

/;Z

the film from air, then it appears dark when

 

seen normally. The minimum change in its

thickness for which it will appear bright in

normally reflected light by the same light is :-

(1) 10 7 m

(2) 2 × 10 7 m

(1) 10 7 m

(2) 2 × 10 7 m

 

(3) 3 × 10 7 m (4) 5 × 10 7 m

(3) 3 × 10 7 m

(4) 5 × 10 7 m

6. Give colors of the ring in sequence marked on

6. ,d 56 kW ds izfrjks/k] ftldh lg~;rk (tolerance) ± 5% gS] ij vafdr oy;ksa ds jaxks dks Øe esa fyf[k;s (1) gjk, uhyk, ukjaxh, lqugjh (2) uhyk, gjk, ukjaxh, lqugjh (3) ukjaxh, uhyk, gjk, pk¡nh (4) yky, ihyk, ukjaxh, pk¡nh

a resistance of 56 kW with tolerance ± 5%

(1) Green, Blue, Orange, Golden

(2) Blue, Green, Orange, Golden

(3) Orange, Blue, Green, Silver

(4) Red, Yellow, Orange, Silver

7. The wavelength of L a line in X-ray spectrum

7. 78 Pt ds X-fdj.k LiS

 

L

a js[kk dh rjaxnS/;Z 1.32Å

of 78 Pt is 1.32 Å. The wavelength of L a line in

 

L

js[kk

 

a

X-ray spectrum of another unknown element

 

js[kk dk LØhfuax

a

is 4.17 Å. If screening constant for L a line is

7.4, then atomic number of the unknown

fu;rakd 7.4 gks rks bl vKkr rRo dk ijek.kq Øekad%

element is:

gksxk%&

(1) 78

(2) 47

(1) 78

(2) 47

 

(3) 40

(4) 35

(3) 40

(4) 35

l = 9.6 × 10 7 m okyk izdk'k ok;q ls fQYe ij yEcor~ vkifrr gksrk gS ;g dkyh fn[kkbZ nsrh gSA a tk;s rkfd leku izdk'k }kjk yEcor~ ijkofrZr izdk'k esa ;g pedhyh fn[kkbZ ns %&

gSA,d vU; vKkr rRo ds X-fdj.k LiS

dh rjaxnS/;Z 4.17 Å gSA;fn L

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 8. Figure gives a system of logic gates.

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

8.

Figure gives a system of logic gates. From the

8. fp= esa rkfdZd }kjksa ls cuk ,d fudk; n'kkZ;k x;k gSA lR;

study of truth table it can be found that to

produce a high output (1) at R, we must have

lkj.kh ds v/;;u }kjk ;g Kkr fd;k tk ldrk gS ij fuxZr (1) izkIr djus ds fy, gekjs ikl gksuk pkfg,%&

R

 

x

 
x P y R O
x
P
y
R
O
 

y

P R O
P
R
O
 

(1) X = 0, Y = 1 (3) X = 1, Y = 0

(2) X = 1, Y = 1 (4) Not possible

(1) X = 0, Y = 1

(2) X = 1, Y = 1

 

(3) X = 1, Y = 0

 

9.

A speech signal of 3 kHz is used to modulate a carrier signal of frequency 1 MHz, using amplitude modulation. The frequencies of the side bands will be :

(1) 1.003 MHz rFkk 0.997 MHz

 

(1) 1.003 MHz and 0.997 MHz (2) 3001 kHz and 2997 kHz (3) 1003 kHz and 1000 kHz (4) 1 MHz and 0.997 MHz

 

(2) 3001 kHz rFkk 2997 kHz

 

(3) 1003 kHz rFkk 1000 kHz

(4) 1 MHz rFkk 0.997 MHz

10.

A mixture of plane polarised and unpolarised light falls normally on a polarizing sheet. On rotating the polarizing sheet about the direction of the incident beam, the transmitted intensity varies by a factor of 4. Find the ratio of the intensities I P and I 0 , respectively of the polarized and unpolarized components in the incident beam.

10. lery /kzqfor rFkk v/kzqfor izdk'k dk ,d feJ.k èkzqfor

vkifrr iqat dh fn'kk ds lkis{k ?kqekus ij ikjxfer rhozrk

/kzqfor rFkk v/kzqfor ?kVdksa dh rhozrkvksa Øe'k% I P rFkk

I 0 dk vuqikr gksxk %&

 
 

3

5

1

3

 

3

5

1

3

 

(1)

2

(2)

2

(3)

2

(4)

4

(1)

2

(2)

2

(3)

2

(4)

4

 

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(4) ,slk laHko ugha gSA

9. vk;ke eksMwyu dk mi;ksx dj ,d 3 kHz okys èofu ladsr dh lgk;rk ls 1 MHz vko`fÙk ds okgd ladsr dks eksMwfyr fd;k tkrk gSAdh vko`fÙk;k¡ gksxha%& ka

'khV ij yEcor~ vkifrr gksrk gSA/kzqfor 'khV dks

pkj ds xq.kd ls ifjofrZr gks tkrh gSA a a

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 11. An electron microscope is operated at 40 kV. The ratio

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11. An electron microscope is operated at 40 kV. The ratio of resolving power of this microscope and another one which uses yellow light of wavelength 6 × 10 7 m, is :-

 

(1) 9.78 × 10 6 (2) 9.78 × 10 4

(1) 9.78 × 10 6

 

(2) 9.78 × 10 4

(3) 9.78 × 10 4

(4) 9.78 × 10 6

(3) 9.78 × 10 4

(4) 9.78 × 10 6

12. Value of q is increased gradually from q = 0.

At

q = tan

-

1

æ

ç

è

ö

ø ÷

1 both the block just start
2

12. iznf'kZr fp= esa q dk eku q = 0 ls /khjs&/khjs c<+k;k tkrk

q = tan

-

1

æ

ç è

1

2

ö

÷ ø

ij nksuksa CykWd fQlyuk izkjEHk dj

slipping. Then value of µ 2 is : (g = 10 m/s 2 )

dk eku gksxk%& (g = 10 m/s

2

)

 
µ 2 µ=0.3 q 10kg 20kg
µ
2
µ=0.3
q
10kg
20kg
 
µ 2 µ=0.3 q 10kg 20kg
µ
2
µ=0.3
q
10kg
20kg
 

(1) 0.5

 

(2) 0.4

(1) 0.5

(2) 0.4

(3) 0.6

(4) 0.3

(3) 0.6

(4) 0.3

13. In an adiabatic expansion the product of pressure and volume.

13. :¼ks"e izlkj esa nkc rFkk vk;ru dk xq.kuQy %&

(1) decreases

 

(2) increases

(3) remains constant

(4) first increases, then decreases.

(4) igys c<+rk gS

 

11. ,d bysDVªkWu lw{en'khZ dks 40 kV ij izpkfyr fd;k tkrk gSA,d vU; lw{en'khZ ftlesa 6 × 10 7 m rjax nS x;k gks] dh foHksnu {kerk dk vuqikr gksxk %&

gSA

nsrs gSAµ 2

(1) ?kVrk gSA

(2) c<+rk gSA

(3) fu;r cuk jgrk gSA

?kVrk gSA

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 14. A wide vessel with a small hole

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

14.

A wide vessel with a small hole at the bottom is filled with two liquids. The density and height of one liquid are r 1 and h 1 and that of the other are r 2 and h 2 (r 1 > r 2 ). The velocity of liquid coming out of the hole is :

14. ,d pkS

= ds isnsa

esa ,d NksVk fNæ cuk gqvk gS

(1)

v

=

2g ( h + h ) 1 2
2g
(
h
+ h
)
1
2
 

(1)

v

=

2g ( h + h ) 1 2
2g
(
h
+ h
)
1
2
 
   
2g ( h r 11

2g

(

h r

11

 

)

 

(

 

)

 
 

(2)

v

=

=

2g

(

h r

+ h r

2

 

)

/

(

r +r

1

 

)

 

(2)

v

=

+ h r

2

2

/

r +r

1

2

   

11

2

2

 

(3)

v

=

æ h r ö 2 2 2g h + ç ÷ 1 r è ø
æ
h
r
ö
2
2
2g
h
+
ç
÷
1
r
è
ø
1
 

(3)

v

=

æ h r ö 2 2 2g h + ç ÷ 1 r è ø
æ
h
r
ö
2
2
2g
h
+
ç
÷
1
r
è
ø
1
 

(4)

v

=

æ h r ö 1 1 2g + h ç ÷ 2 r è ø
æ h r
ö
1
1
2g
+
h
ç
÷
2
r
è
ø
2

(4)

v

=

æ h r ö 1 1 2g + h ç ÷ 2 r è ø
æ h r
ö
1
1
2g
+
h
ç
÷
2
r
è
ø
2

15.

A space 2.5 cm wide between two large plane surfaces is filled with oil. Force required to drag a very thin plate of area 0.5 m 2 just midway the surfaces at a speed of 0.5 m/sec is 1 N. The coefficient of viscosity in kg-s/m 2 is :

F 1.25cm
F
1.25cm

2.5cm

 
F 1.25cm
F
1.25cm

2.5cm

 

2

(1) 5 × 10 2

 

(2) 2.5 × 10 2

(1) 5 × 10 2

 

(2) 2.5 × 10 2

(3) 1 × 10 2

(4) 7.5 × 10 2

(3) 1 × 10 2

(4) 7.5 × 10 2

 

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bl ik= dks nks æoksa ls Hkjk tkrk gSA?kuRo rFkk

Å¡pkbZ Øe'k% r 1 o h 1 rFkk r 2 o h 2 (r 1 > r 2 ) gSA ckgj fudyus okys æo dk osx gksxk%&

15. nks cM+h lery lrgksa ds e/; ds 2.5 cm pkS LFkku esa rsy Hkjk tkrk gSA/; ls 0.5 m a {ks=Qy okyh ,d cgqr iryh IysV dks 0.5 m/sec pky ls [khapus ds fy;s vko';d cy 1 N gSA a dk eku kg-s/m 2 esa gksxk%&

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 (2) 2.0 Å (4) 0.10 Å l' l G S (2)

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(2) 2.0 Å (4) 0.10 Å l' l G S (2) 1.0 W (4) 0.6
(2) 2.0 Å
(4) 0.10 Å
l' l
G
S
(2) 1.0 W
(4) 0.6 W

In Davisson-Germer experiment an electron beam of energy 75 eV falls normally on the surface of a crystal. If the maximum intensity is obtained at an angle of 45° to the direction of incident beam, then the inter-atomic distance in the lattice plane of the crystal will be :-

In the potentiometer circuit as shown in the figure, the balance length Al = 60 cm when switch S is open. When switch S is closed and the value of R is 5W, the balance length Al' = 50 cm. The internal resistance of the cell C' is :

= 50 cm. The internal resistance of the cell C' is : 16. (1) 1.0 Å
16. (1) 1.0 Å (2) 2.0 Å (3) 0.20 Å (4) 0.10 Å 17. l'
16.
(1) 1.0 Å
(2) 2.0 Å
(3) 0.20 Å
(4) 0.10 Å
17.
l' l
A
B
C'
G
5W
S
(1) 1.2 W
(2) 1.0 W
(3) 0.8 W
(4) 0.6 W
B
B

B

Msfolu tjej ds iz;ksx esa 75 eV ÅtkZ okyk bysDVªkWu iaqt fØLVy ds i`"B ij yEcor~ vkifrr gksrk gSA;fn rhozrk mfPp"B vkifrr iaqt dh fn'kk ls 45° ds dks.k ij izkIr gksrh gS chp dh nwjh gksxh%&

fp= esa iznf'kZr foHkokekih ifjiFk esa tc fLop S [kqyk gS Al = 60 cm izkIr gksrh gSAS a dks can dj nsus ij rFkk R dk eku 5W gksus ij larqyu yEckbZ Al' = 50 cm izkIr gksrh gSAC' dk vkarfjd izfrjks/k gS%&

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18. Figures shows a convex lens cut symmetrically into two equal halves and separated laterally
18.
Figures shows a convex lens cut symmetrically
into two equal halves and separated laterally
by a distance h. A point object placed at a
distance 30 cm, from the lens halves, forms two
real images separated by a distance d. A plot
of d versus h is shown in figure. The focal
length of the lens is :-
d
d
6cm
6cm
O
O
h
h
3cm
3cm
30cm
30cm
h
h
O
1cm 2cm
O
1cm 2cm
(1) 60 cm
(2) 40 cm
(1) 60 cm
(2) 40 cm
(3) 45 cm
(4) 20 cm
(3) 45 cm
(4) 20 cm
19.
Rising and setting sun appears to be reddish
because :
19. lw;ksZn; rFkk lw;kZLr ds le; lw;Z yky fn[kkbZ nsrk gS%&
(1) Diffraction sends red rays to the earth at
these times
(2) Scattering due to dust particles and air
molecules are responsible
(3) viorZu ds dkj.k
(3) refraction is responsible
(4) /kzqo.k ds dkj.k
(4) polarization is responsible
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18. fp= esa ,d mÙky ysal iznf'kZr fd;k x;k gS :i ls nks cjkcj Hkkxksa esa dkVk x;k gS h nwjh }kjk ik'oZ :i ls i`Fkd fd;k x;k gSAysal ds VqdMksa ls 30 lseh nwjh ij ,d fcUnq&fcEc j[kk x;k gS d nwjh ij nks okLrfod izfrfcEc cukrk gSA= esa d rFkk h dk xzkQ iznf'kZr gSaA%& a

(1) D;ksafd bl le; foorZu ds dkj.k i`Foh dks yky jax dh fdj.ksa izkIr gksrh gSA

(2) D;ksafd /kwy ds d.k rFkk ok;q ds v.kqvksa ds dkj.k izdh.kZu gksrk gSA

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 20. A projectile is thrown with velocity U=20m/s ± 5% at

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015

20. A projectile is thrown with velocity U=20m/s ± 5% at an angle 60°. If
20.
A projectile is thrown with velocity U=20m/s ± 5%
at an angle 60°. If the projectile falls back on
the ground at the same level then which of
following can not be a possible answer for
range.
(1) 39.0 m
(2) 37.5 m
(3) 34.6 m
(4) 32.0 m
21.
In the energy band diagram of a material shown
in figure, the open circles and filled circles
denote holes and electrons respectively. The
material is :
E
g
(1) an insulator
(2) a metal
(3) a n-type semiconductor
(4) a p-type semiconductor
22.
In the Young's double slit experiment, the
intensities at two points P 1 and P 2 on the screen
are respectively I 1 and I 2 . If P 1 is located at the
centre of a bright fringe and P 2 is located at a
distance equal to a quarter of fringe width from
P 1 , then I 1 /I 2 is :
(1) 2
(2) 1/2
(3) 4
(4) 16
20. ,d iz{ksI; dks U = 20m/s ± 5% osx ls 60° dks.k ij eku
20.
,d iz{ksI; dks U = 20m/s ± 5% osx ls 60° dks.k ij
eku ugha gksxk
(1) 39.0 m
(3) 34.6 m
(2) 37.5 m
(4) 32.0 m
21.
E
g
(1) ,d dqpkyd
(2) ,d /kkrq
(3) n-izdkj dk v/kZpkyd
(4) p-izdkj dk v/kZpkyd
22.
;ax f}fLyV iz;ksx esa insZ ij nks fcUnqvkas P 1 rFkk P 2 ij

1 ,d pedhyh fÝUt

ds

ds cjkcj nwjh ij fLFkr gks rks I 1 /I 2 gksxk%&

dsUæ ij gks rFkk P 2 , P 1 ls fÝUt pkS

,d pkS

(1) 2

(2) 1/2

(3) 4

(4) 16

iz{ksfir fd;k tkrk gSA;fn iz{ksI; mlh lrg ij iqu% vkdj fxjs rks fuEu esa ls dkS

fdlh inkFkZ ds iznf'kZr ÅtkZ cs.M vkjs[k ds [kqys o`Ùk rFkk Hkjs gq;s o`Ùk Øe'k% fNæ rFkk bysDVªkWuksa dks n'kkZrs gSA ;g inkFkZ gS %&

rhozrk;sa Øe'k% I 1 rFkk I 2 gSA;fn P

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 23. A block of mass m is placed

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

23. A block of mass m is placed on a smooth horizontal surface. A force making an angle q with the horizontal starts acting on the block. The magnitude of the force is constant but its direction with the horizontal changes as q = a+ bs, where a and b are constants and s is the distance covered by the block. If |F| = 2mb, find the velocity of the block as a function of the angle q.

 

{kS gksrh gS a o b

 

;fn |F| = 2mb gks rks dks.k q ds Qyu ds :i esa CykWd dk osx gksxk%&

 

(1) v = 4(cos q + cos a) 1/2

 

(1) v = 4(cos q + cos a) 1/2

 

(2) v = 2(sin q – sin a) 1/2

 

(2) v = 2(sin q – sin a) 1/2

 

(3) v = 4(sin q – sin a) 1/2

(3) v = 4(sin q – sin a) 1/2

(4) v = 2(cos q + cos a) 1/2

 

(4) v = 2(cos q + cos a) 1/2

 

24. Consider a point P on the circumference of a disc rolling along a horizontal surface. If R is the radius of the disc, the distance through which P moves in one full rotation of the disc is:

24. {kS

 

<+drh gq;h pdrh dh ifj/kh

 

ij ,d fcUnq P ij fopkj dhft;sA ;fn pdrh dh f=T;k R gks rks pdrh ds ,d iw.kZ ?kw.kZu ds nkS P }kjk

r; nwjh gksxh%&

 
 

(1) 2pR

(2) 4pR

 

(3) 8R

(4) pR

 

(1) 2pR

(2) 4pR

 

(3) 8R

 

(4) pR

25. The masses and radii of the earth and the moon are M 1 , R 1 and M 2 , R 2 respectively. Their centres are distance d apart. The minimum speed with which particle of mass m should be projected from a point midway between the two centres so as to escape to infinity is :

 

(1)

v =

4g M ( + M ) 1 2 d
4g M
(
+
M
)
1
2
d

(2)

v =

4G M ( + M ) 1 2 d
4G M
(
+
M
)
1
2
d
 

(1)

v =

4g M ( + M ) 1 2 d
4g M
(
+
M
)
1
2
d

(2)

v =

4G M ( + M ) 1 2 d
4G M
(
+
M
)
1
2
d
   
4G M M ( ) 1 2
4G M M
(
)
1
2
   

)

(3)

v =

4G M M ( ) 1 2
4G M M
(
)
1
2

(4)

v =

v =

(

4Gd M + M

 

)

 

(3)

v =

(4)

v =

( 4Gd M + M 1

(

4Gd M + M

1

2

 

1

2

 

23. m æO;eku dk ,d CykWd fpduh {kS gqvk gSA{kS q dks.k ij ,d cy yxuk izkjEHk gksrk gSA

q = a+ bs ds vuqlkj ifjofrZr fu;rkad rFkk s CykWd }kjk r; nwjh gSA

25. i`Foh rFkk pUæek ds æO;eku o f=T;k Øe'k% M 1 , R 1 rFkk M 2 , R 2 gSA/; nwjh d gSAa a a ds e/; fLFkr fdlh fcUnq ls m æO;eku ds d.k dks fdl U;wure pky ls iz{ksfir fd;k tk;s rkfd ;g vuUr eas iyk;u dj tk;s\

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Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 26. A wooden block floats in a liquid with 40% of

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26. A wooden block floats in a liquid with 40% of its volume inside the liquid. When the vessel containing the liquid starts rising upwards with acceleration a = g/2, the percentage of volume inside the liquid is :

(1) 20% (2) 60% (3) 30% (4) 40%

26. ydM+h dk ,d CykWd æo esa bl izdkj rS 40% vk;ru æo ds vUnj gksA tc æo ls Hkjk ik= a = g/2 Roj.k ls Åij mBuk izkjEHk djrk gS esa fdrus izfr'kr vk;ru gksxk\

(1) 20%

 

(2) 60%

 

(3) 30%

(4) 40%

27. Two very long, straight, parallel wires carry steady currents I and –I respectively. The distance between the wires is d. At a certain instant of time, a point charge q is at a point equidistant from the two wires, in the plane of the wires. Its instantaneous velocity v is perpendicular to the plane of wires. The magnitude of the force due to the magnetic field acting on the charge at this instant is:

27. nks cgqr yEcs lh/ks lekUrj rkjksa esa LFkk;h /kkjk I rFkk –I

{k.k ij ,d fcUnq vkos'k q rkjksa ds ry esa nksuksa rkjksa ls

dk;Zjr pqEcdh; {ks= ds dkj.k cy dk ifjek.k gksxk%&

(1)

m 0 Iqv

(2)

2

m

0

Iqv

(3)

m 0 Iqv

(4) 0

(1)

m 0 Iqv

(2)

2

m

0

Iqv

(3)

m 0 Iqv

(4) 0

2

p

d

p

d

 

p

d

2

p

d

p

d

p

d

28. There are two coils A and B as shown in figure. No current flows in B if A is at rest. Now the coil A is made to rotate about a vertical axis. At the shown instant (t = 0) what will be the current in coil A, when the current in B is counterclockwise?

 

A

 

A

 
w
w
 

B

 
 
w
w
 

B

B
 
  w   B    
  w   B    
  w   B    
 

(1) current is clockwise. (2) current is counterclockwise. (3) no current flows in A (4) direction of current in A depends on separation between A and B

 

izokfgr gksrh gSA/; nwjh d gSAa

leku nwjh ij fLFkr ,d fcUnq ij gSA

osx v rkjksa ds ry ds yEcor~ gSA{k.k vkos'k ij

28. fp= esa nks dq.Mfy;k¡ A o B n'kkZ;h xbZ gSA;fn A fojkekoLFkk esa gks rks B esa dksbZ /kkjk izokfgr ugh gksrh gSA vc dq.Myh A dks Å/okZ/kj v{k ds lkis{k ?kw.kZu djk;k tkrk gSA{k.k (t = 0) ij tc B esa /kkjk okekorhZ gks rc dq.Myh A esa /kkjk gksxh%&

(1) nf{k.kkorhZ /kkjk (2) okekorhZ /kkjk (3) A esa dksbZ /kkjk izokfgr ugh gksxh (4) A esa /kkjk dh fn'kk A o B ds e/; nwjh ij fuHkZj djrh gSA

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 29. A long straight wire is carrying current

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29. A long straight wire is carrying current I 1 in +z direction. The x-y
29. A long straight wire is carrying current I 1 in +z
direction. The x-y plane contains a closed
circular loop carrying current I 2 and not
encircling the straight wire. The force on the
loop will be:
29. ,d yEcs lh/ks rkj esa I 1 /kkjk +z fn'kk esa izokfgr gks jgh
2
/kkjk izokfgr gks jgh gS
;g lh/ks rkj ds pkjksa vksj
(1) µ 0 I 1 I 2 /2p
(2) µ 0 I 1 I 2 /4p
(3) 0
(4) depends on the distance of the centre of the
loop from the wire.
(1) µ 0 I 1 I 2 /2p
(2) µ 0 I 1 I 2 /4p
(3) 0
30. A small block of mass m, having charge q is
placed on frictionless inclined plane making
an angle q with the horizontal. There exists a
uniform magnetic field B parallel to the inclined
plane but perpendicular to the length of spring.
If m is slightly pulled on the inclined in
downward direction and released, the time
period of oscillation will be (assume that the
block does not leave contact with the plane)
B
q,m
B
q,m
q
q
m
2m
m
2m
(1)
2
p
(2)
2
p
(1)
2
p
(2)
2
p
K
K
K
K
qB
qB
qB
qB
(3)
2
p
(4)
2
p
(3)
2
p
(4)
2
p
.
K
2K
K
2K

gSAx-y ry esa ,d can o`Ùkkdkj ywi fo|eku gS I a

fo|eku ugh gSA%&

(4) ;g rkj ls ywi ds dsUæ dh nwjh ij fuHkZj djrk gSa 30. æO;eku m rFkk vkos'k q okys ,d NksVs CykWd dks {kS ls q dks.k ij fLFkr ,d ?k"kZ.kjfgr ur ry ij j[kk tkrk gSA;gk¡ ur ry ds lekUrj ijUrq fLizax dh yEckbZ ds yEcor~ ,d le:i pqEcdh; {ks= B fo|eku gSA;fn m dks ur ry ij uhps dh fn'kk esa /khjs ls f[kapdj NksM+ fn;k tk;s rks gksus okys nksyuksa dk vkorZdky gksxk (ekuk fd CykWd ry ls lEiZd ugh NksM+rk gS)

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Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 PART B - CHEMISTRY 31. For the cell : Ag| AgCl

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015

PART B - CHEMISTRY

31. For the cell :

Ag| AgCl | KCl(1M) || KBr(1M) | AgBr | Ag

Select the correct option -

(1) Eº cell = 0

(2) Dcell = 0

(3) Both 1 & 2

(4)

E cell ¹ 0

32. Select INCORRECT option about cubic

crystal system-

(1) Packing fraction along body diagonal in

PC (SC) is

1

3
3

(2) Packing fraction along edge in bcc is

3
3

2

(3) Packing fraction along face diagonal in fcc

is

1

2
2

(4) 3-D packing fraction follows the order

fcc > bcc > pc

31. lS

:

Ag| AgCl | KCl(1M) || KBr(1M) | AgBr | Ag

ds fy,] lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft;s -

(1) Eº cell = 0

(2) Dcell = 0

(3) nksuksa 1 rFkk 2

(4)

E cell ¹

0

32. ?kuh; fØLVy ra= ds lUnHkZ esa xyr fodYi dk p;u dhft;s -

(1) PC (SC) esa dk; fod.kZ ds lkFk ladqyu xq.kkad 1 3 gS

(SC) esa dk ; fod.kZ ds lkFk ladqyu xq.kkad 1 3 gS (2) bcc esa fdukjs

(2) bcc esa fdukjs ds lkFk ladqyu xq.kkad

3
3

2

gS

(3) fcc esa Qyd fod.kZ ds lkFk ladqyu xq.kkad 1 2 gS

(3) fcc esa Qyd fod.kZ ds lkFk ladqyu xq.kkad 1 2 gS (4) 3-D ladqyu xq.kkad

(4) 3-D ladqyu xq.kkad fcc > bcc > pc Øe dk vuqlj.k djrk gS

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 33. For a first order gas phase elementary

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

33. For a first order gas phase elementary reaction

33. izFke dksfV xS

 

k

 

A(g)

¾¾® 2B(g), which of the following is

A(g)

k

¾¾® 2B(g),

ds fy,] fuEu esa ls dkS

INCORRECT -

 

fodYi xyr gS

 

(1) 'k' is independent from pressure and concentration at constant temperature

(1) 'k' ] fu;r rki ij nkc rFkk lkUnzrk ls Lora= gksrk gS

(2) k =

1

t

ln

(P

A

(P

A

)

)

(3) t 87.5 % = 3t 50%

0

t

(2) k =

1

t

ln

(P

A

(P

A

)

)

(3) t 87.5 % = 3t 50%

0

t

(4) t 90 % = 4t 50%

 

(4) t 90 % = 4t 50%

 

34. 0.1M, 60 ml NH 4 Cl (K h = 10 9 ) is titrated

34. 0.1M, 60 ml NH 4 Cl (K h = 10 9 ) dks 0.2M NaOH,

against 0.2M NaOH, pH at 1/3 equivalence

ds fo:¼ vuqekfir fd;k x;k] 1/3 rqY;kad fcUnq ij

point is-

pH gS-

(1) 9.301

(2) 8.699

(1) 9.301

 

(2) 8.699

 

(3) 7.301

(4) 6.301

(3) 7.301

(4) 6.301

35. For the gas phase reaction A 2 (g) + B 2 (g) ® 2AB(g) taking place at constant pressure and temperature where all gases are behaving ideally which of the following must be correct

35. xS

,]

A 2 (g) + B 2 (g) ® 2AB(g)

 

(1) DH = 0

(2) DH ¹ DU

 

(1) DH = 0

 

(2) DH ¹ DU

 

(3) DG = 0

(4)

é¶D ( ë ê ¶ T

r

H)

ù

ú û

P

= 0

(3) DG = 0

(4)

é¶D ( ë ê ¶ T

r

H)

ù

ú û

P

= 0

fu;r nkc rFkk rki ij gksrh gSA O;ogkj iznf'kZr djrh gS] fuEu esa ls dkS gksuk pkfg,-

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Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 36. Three graphs for R(CH 2 ) n COONa are as

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36. Three graphs for R(CH 2 ) n COONa are as - 36. R(CH 2
36. Three graphs for R(CH 2 ) n COONa are as -
36. R(CH 2 ) n COONa ds fy, rhu xzkQ fuEu izdkj gS
c
–1
2
–1
m (W cm mol )
c
–1
2
–1
m (W cm mol )
III
III
II
II
I
l/2
I
c (M
)
l/2
c (M
)
Correct value of 'n' may be correctly matched
as -
'n' ds lgh eku lgh lqesfyr gks ldrs gS
-
I
II
III
I
II
III
(1)
16
12
8
(1)
16
12
8
(2)
8
12
16
(2)
8
12
16
(3)
12
8
16
(3)
12
8
16
f
(4)
12
12
12
(4)
12
12
12
37. Angular wave function A(q, f) for any atomic
37. fdlh Hkh ijekf.o; d{kd ds fy;s dks.kh; rjax Qyu
A(q, f) dk eku /kqzoh; funsZ'kkad iz.kkyh esa
orbital is " 1
3 cos
q
" in polar co-ordinate
2
p
1
"
3 cos q
system
2
p
Z
Z
r
r
q
q
Y
Y
f
X
X
vr% ijekf.o; d{kd gks ldrk gS-
hence atomic orbital may be-
(1) 2s
(2) 2P x
(3) 2P y
(4) 2P z
(1) 2s
(2) 2P x
(3) 2P y
(4) 2P z

" gSA

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38. For NH 3 gas, Z vs pressure curve at different temperature is.

38. NH 3 xS oØ gS

,

, fofHkUu

rkiksa ij

Z

vs nkc

Z

1.0

T 1 T 2 T 3
T 1
T 2
T
3

P

Z

1.0

T 1 T 2 T 3
T 1
T 2
T
3

P

Correct order of temperature is

rki dk lgh Øe gS

(Given T B = Boyle temperature)

(fn;k gS

T B = ckW;y rki)

(1) T 1 = T 2 = T 3 < T B

(2) T 1 < T 2 < T 3 < T B

(1) T 1 = T 2 = T 3 < T B

(2) T 1 < T 2 < T 3 < T B

 

(3) T 1 > T 2 > T 3 > T B

(4) T B < T 1 < T 2 < T 3

(3) T 1 > T 2 > T 3 > T B

(4) T B < T 1 < T 2 < T 3

39. 10gm NaHCO 3 (s) sample is heated in open to

 

constant weight, the residue is titrated against

0.1M HCl in presence of phenolphathalein as

an indicator, 500 ml of acid was required to

reach end point hence % purity of sample is-

(1) 21%

(2) 42 %

(1) 21%

(2) 42 % (4) 84%

 

(3) 63%

(4) 84%

(3) 63%

40. A molecule M associates in a given solvent according to the equation M ƒ (M) n . For a certain concentration of M, the van’t Hoff factor was found to be 0.9 and the fraction of associated molecules was 0.2. The value of n is

40. ,d fn;s x;s foyk;d esa ,d v.kq M fuEu lehdj.k

ds vuqlkj lEcfU/kr gS M ƒ (M) n

;M dh ,d fuf'pr

lkUnzrk ds fy, okWUV gkWQ xq.kkad 0.9 ik;k x;k rFkk

lEcfU/kr v.kqvksa dk izHkkt 0.2 gS] rks n dk eku gS

:

(1) 28/18

(2) 18/28

(1) 28/18

(2) 18/28

(3) 5

(4) 1/5

(3) 5

(4) 1/5

39. 10gm NaHCO 3 (s) uewus dks [kqys esa fLFkj Hkkj gksus rd xeZ fd;k x;kA ,d lwpd ds :i esa fQukW¶Fksyhu dh mifLFkfr esa vo'ks"k dks ] 0.1M HCl ds fo:¼ vuqekfir fd;k x;kA vfUre fcUnq rd igq¡pus ds fy, 500 ml vEy dh vko';drk gksrh gSA% uewus dh % 'kq¼rk gS-

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Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 41. A pale yellow solid molecule (A) having crown 41. ,d

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41. A pale yellow solid molecule (A) having crown

41. ,d gYdk ihyk Bksl v.kq (A) tks Økmu vkd`fr dk

shape is heated with conc. H 2 SO 4 gives

gS] dks lkUæ H 2 SO 4 ds lkFk xeZ fd;s tkus ij ,d ne?kksaVw

suffocating smell of gas (B) which is passed

xS

(B) dh xa/k nsrk gS

= ij

through moistened with starch iodate paper and

 

turns it into blue. The gas "B" is :

(1) H 2 S

(2) SO 2

(1) H 2 S

(2) SO 2

(3) I 2

(4) NO 2

(3) I 2

(4) NO 2

42. Which of the following statement is correct

42. fuEu esa ls dkS

?

(1)

K 2 [Ni(CN) 4 ] is diamagnetic but K 4 [Ni(CN) 4 ] is paramagnetic complex

(1) K 2 [Ni(CN) 4 ] izfrpqEcdh; gS

 

K 4 [Ni(CN) 4 ] vuqpqEcdh; ladqy gS

(2)

(3)

[RhCl(PPh 3 ) 3 ] is tetrahedral but [RhH 2 Cl(PPh 3 ) 3 ] is octahedral geometry involving inner d-orbital [AuCl 4 ] is optically inactive but [ZnCl(NH 2 )(CO)(PPh 3 )] is optically active

(2)

[RhCl(PPh 3 ) 3 ] prq"Qydh; gS

[RhH 2 Cl(PPh 3 ) 3 ] v"VdQydh; T;kfefr

j[krk gS

d-d{kd lfEefyr gksrs gaS

(3)

[AuCl 4 ] izdkf'kd vfØ; gS

[ZnCl(NH 2 )(CO)(PPh 3 )] izdkf'kd lfØ; gS

(4) None of these

43. Br 2 + F 2 (Excess)

D

¾¾® BrF 5

(4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

43. Br 2 + F 2 (vkf/kD;)

D

¾¾® BrF 5

When F 2 is diluted with N 2 gas then the product of Br would be :

tc F 2 dks N 2 xS gksxk :

}kjk ruq fd;k tkrk gS

Br dk mRikn

(1) BrF 5 (3) BrF 7

(2) BrF 3 (4) None

(1) BrF 5 (3) BrF 7

(2) BrF 3

(4) dksbZ ugha

 

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izokfgr djus ij og uhyk gks tkrk gSaA"B" gSa:

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015 44. NO O 2 A ƒ D NaOH(aq.)

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

44. NO

O

2
2

A ƒ D

NaOH(aq.)

[B + C]

44. NO

O

2
2

A ƒ D

NaOH(aq.)

[B + C]

 

The mixture of "B" and "C" are :

"B" rFkk "C" dk feJ.k gS

:

(1) NaNO 2 + HNO 3

(2) HNO 3 + HNO 2

(1) NaNO 2 + HNO 3 (3) NaNO 3 + NaNO 2

(2) HNO 3 + HNO 2 (4) NaNO 3 + HNO 2

 

(3) NaNO 3 + NaNO 2

(4) NaNO 3 + HNO 2

45. The correct order of ionisation energy is :

45. vk;uu ÅtkZ dk lgh Øe gS

 

:

(1) Co + < Cr + < Fe + < Mn +

(1) Co + < Cr + < Fe + < Mn +

 

(2) Cr + < Fe + < Co + < Mn +

(2) Cr + < Fe + < Co + < Mn +

(3) Cr + < Mn + < Fe + < Co +

(3) Cr + < Mn + < Fe + < Co +

(4) Mn + < Fe + < Cr + < Co +

(4) Mn + < Fe + < Cr + < Co +

46. Absorbed colour of the solutions of following complexes [M(NH 3 ) 6 ] 2+ , [M(H 2 O) 6 ] 2+ and [MCl 4 ] 21 are respectively (having same metal ion) :

(1) Blue, Voilet and Red

46. fuEu ladqyksa

[M(NH 3 ) 6 ] 2+ ,

[M(H 2 O) 6 ] 2+

rFkk [MCl 4 ] 21 ds foy;uksa dk vo'kksf"kr jax Øe'k% gS (leku /kkrq vk;u mifLFkr gS) :

(2) Voilet, Red and Blue

(3) Voilet, Blue and Red

(4) Red, Violet and Blue

47. The shape of SOF 4 , XeO 2 F 2 and ClF 3 are

47. SOF 4 , XeO 2 F 2 rFkk ClF 3 dh vkd`fr Øe'k% gS

:

respectively :

 

(1) f=dks.kh; f}fijkfeMh ;, lh&lkW rFkk T-vkd`fr

(1) Trigonal bipyramidal, see-saw and T-shape (2) See-saw, Trigonal bipyramidal and T-shape (3) T-shape, see-saw and tetrahedral (4) All have trigonal bipyramidal shape

(2)

lh&lkW , f=dks.kh; f}fijkfeMh ; rFkk T-vkd`fr

(3) T-vkd`fr, lh&lkW rFkk prq"Qydh; (4) lHkh dh vkd`fr f=dks.kh; f}fijkfeMh; gS

(1) uhyk, cSa

(2) cSa, yky rFkk uhyk (3) cSa, uhyk rFkk yky

(4) yky, cSauhyk

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Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015 48. Which of the following pair of species are 48. fuEufyf[kr

Leader Course/Phase-TV & TX/Score-I/11-03-2015

48.

Which of the following pair of species are

48.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkS gS

?

 

;qXe vuqpqEcdh;

paramagnetic ?

   

(1) O 2 and Na 2 O 2

(1) O 2 rFkk Na 2 O 2

(2) BaO 2 and KO 3

(2) BaO 2 rFkk KO 3

(3) O 2 and KO 3

(3) O 2 rFkk KO 3

(4) N 2 and KN 3

(4) N 2 rFkk KN 3

49.

Which one of the following does not exist ?

49.

fuEu esa ls fdldk vfLrRo ugha gS

?

(1) [GeCl 6 ] 2

(2) NeF 2

 

(1) [GeCl 6 ] 2

(2) NeF 2

(3) CrO 3

(4) NF

4

Å

(3) CrO 3

(4) NF

4

Å

50.

The CORRECT match is Ores Common extraction method

50.

(1)

Copper pyrites

(1)

dkWij ik;jkbV

dksd }kjk vip;u

(2)

Reduction by coke Roasting followed by

Calamine

Reduction with CO Haemetite Leaching followed by reduction with CO

(2)

dsykekbu HktZu ds ckn CO }kjk vip;u

(3)

(3)

fgesVkbV fu{kkyu ds ckn CO }kjk

 

vip;u

(4)

Red bauxite

Leaching followed

by

(4)

yky ckWDlkbV

fu{kkyu ds ckn foys; xfyr

 

Electrolysis in dissolved

 

Na 3 AlF 6 esa oS

molten Na 3 AlF 6

   

lgh feyku gSa v;Ld lkekU ; fu"d"kZ.k fof/k

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Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015   O   O 51. (A) + C

Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/11-03-2015

 

O

 

O

51.

(A)

+
+

+

Cl

2

NaOH

NaOH A

A

51.

(A)

+ C l
+ C l

+ Cl

2

NaOH

NaOH A

A

 

1

:

1

 

1

:

1

O

O

 

(B)

+ Cl 2
+ Cl 2

+ Cl 2

CH COOH

3
3

B

 

(B)

+ Cl
+ Cl

+ Cl

2

CH COOH

3
3

B

 

1

:

1

 

1

:

1

 

Organic product A & B are respectively -

 

dkcZfud mRikn A rFkk B Øe'k% gS&

 

O

O

 

O

O

 

(1)

Cl

Cl
Cl

,

Cl

Cl

Cl
 

(1)

Cl

  (1) Cl , Cl   (1) Cl , Cl
  (1) Cl , Cl   (1) Cl , Cl

,

Cl

Cl

Cl
 

O

O

 

O

O

 

(2)

Cl

Cl
Cl

,

Cl

Cl
Cl
 

(2)

Cl

  (2) Cl , Cl   (2) Cl , Cl