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FACULTY RECRUITMENT TEST

(CHEMISTRY)
CATEGORY-A
(JEE MAIN/JEE ADVANCED)
PAPER – B
Time: 60 Minutes. Maximum Marks: 40

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Instructions:
 Attempt all questions.
 This question paper has two SECTION – A and B. Each question of SECTION - A carries 2
marks and of SECTION –B carries 5 marks.
 Calculators and log tables are not permitted

SECTION – A
1. An insulated container contains 1 mol of a liquid, molar volume 100 ml, at I bar. When liquid is steeply
pressed to 100 bar, volume decreases to 99 ml. Find. H and U for the process.
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2. Ammonium carbamate is heated at 227 C in a closed vessel of volume 8210 ml containing 0.2 mole
of Argon gas. The manometer attached to the vessel shows a pressure of 1 atm. Find Kp for the
decomposition of ammonium carbamate.
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NH2 COONH4  s  
 2NH3  g   CO 2  g 
3. Find the velocity (ms1) of electron in first Bohr’s orbit of radius a0. Also find the de Broglie’s
h
wavelength (in m). Find the orbital angular momentum of 2p orbital of hydrogen atom in units of .
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4. (i) Among PbS, CuS, HgS, MnS, Ag2S, NiS, CoS, Bi2S3 and SnS2, the total number of BLACK
coloured sulphides is
(ii) Consider the following list of reagents:
Acidified K 2 Cr2 O7 , alkaline KMnO 4 ,CuSO 4 , H 2 O 2 ,Cl2 ,O3 , FeCl3 , HNO3 and Na 2S2 O3 .
The total number of reagents that can oxidise aqueous iodide to iodine is

5. Calculate the simultaneous solubility of AgCNS and AgBr in a solution made in aqueous medium.
K sp (AgBr)  5  1013 and K sp (AgCNS)  1 10 12

6. 2gm of ethyl alcohol is burnt in excess of O2 in bomb calorimeter and the product analysed are H2O(l)
–1
and CO2(g) and unreacted O2. If the heat capacity of the system is 1600 J K and the rise in
temperature is 37.1 degree, calculate the heat evolved in this reaction at constant pressure.

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7. Give reasons:
(a) Why bond angle in Cl2O is less than ClO2 and O – Cl bond is longer in Cl 2O
(b) Why does Al2(CO3)3 doesn’t exist.

8. Explain why?
(a) P2O4 is called ‘mixed anhydride’
(b) NH3 acts as a stronger base than other hydrides of group V.

9. We have taken a saturated solution of AgBr. Ksp of AgBr is 12 × 10–14. If 10–7 mole of AgNO3 are
–7
added to 1 litre of this solution find conductivity (specific conductance) of this solution in terms of 10
–1 o 3 2 1 o 3 2 1 o 3 2 1
S m units. Given, ( Ag )  6  10 S m mol , (Br  )  8  10 Sm mol , (NO )  7  10 Sm mol .
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10. The total number of lone-pairs of electrons in melamine is

SECTION – B

1. For the reaction


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Ag  aq   Cl  aq  
 AgCl  s 
Given:
Species G0 kJ/ mol 
+
Ag (aq) +77
Cl (aq) 129
AgCl(s) 109
Write the cell representation of above reaction and calculate E0cell at 298 K. Also find the solubility
product of AgCI.

2. (i) Write balanced chemical equation for developing a black and white photographic film. Also give
reason why the solution of sodium thiosulphate on acidification turns milky white and give balance
equation of this reaction.
Moist air Zn
(B)   MCl4  (A)
white fumes havingsmell (M = transitionelement colourless)(purple color)
Identify the metal M and hence MCl 4. Explain the difference in colours of MCl4 and A.
(ii) NiCl2 in the presence of dimethyl glyoxime (DMG) gives a complex which precipitates in the
presence of NH 4 OH , giving a bright red colour.
(a) Draw its structure & show H-bonding
(b) Give oxidation state of Ni & its hybridisation.
(c) Predict wether it is paramagnetic or diamagnetic.

3. Identify A to D. Given that


i) H+ gas B (brown)

A
(Colourless ii) OH- gas C (alkaline)
solid)
iii) Heat
gas D (non-reactive)

Also write down the chemical equations of the reactions involved.

4. An acid (A), C8H7O2Br on bromination in the presence of FeBr3 gives two isomers, (B) and (C) of
formula C8H6O2Br2. Vigorous oxidation of (A), (B) and (C) gives acids (D), (E) and (F) respectively.
(D). C7H5O2Br is the strongest acid among all of its isomers whereas (E) and (F) each has a
molecular formula C7H4O2Br2. Give structures of (A) to (F) with justification.

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