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I have verified all the i4ftnpation filled

srfrfiqg{dfii{dia

gilqraatii.=arr
wia'fr{diq.
gdEraat*t'tr
fWrraAznat+.

r6retEFItrr

m
h

IeV
amu
Ry

rrf,{rr rdldrdl6

N6

3ilffi:dc?Tr
9.954 v 1g-t2p^-t
4T x 10-7 Hm-a
ata{ihTf{diq'

x Lo-23J /t(
3.0 x 108m/sec

1.38

x1g-trY*z1rn-z

6.67

x 10-3a/ sec
1.6 x 10-1ec

6.63

1.6 x 1o-1eJ
L.67 ;< 10-z7kg

lto

9.11x 10-31kg.

1.097

6.023

x L07m-7
LAz3moIe-7

8.3L4JK-lmole-L

USEFUL FU NDAMAENTAL CONSTAI\ITS

Mass of elecffon
Planck's constant
Charge of electron

Boltzmann constant

Velocity of Light
1.6 x L0-1e;
L.67 x L0-27kg
6.67 x 1g-tt7i1*z1rn-z
Rydberg constant
Avogadro's number
9.954 719-t2p*-t

Fo

4fi x !a-7 Hm-t

Molar Gas constant

m
h

IeV
amu

&
Ne

9.11x 10-31kg
6.63x10-3*J sec
1.6 x 10-1eC
1,.38 x fi-23J /K
3.0

x!08m/sec

x1:}7m-t
6.A22 x !023mole-l
L.097

B.314JK-lmole-L

LIST OF THE ATOTTICWEIGHTS OF THE ELEMENTS

'

El.nlcnt

Symbol Atomic

Aluminium
Amcricium
Antimony
Argon
Arsrnic
Ast.tinc
Errium
Bcrkrllum
Be ryllium
Bismuth
Eoron
Brominc
Cadmium
Calcium
californium
carbon
cerium
cesium
chlorinc

Al
A rn
Sb
Ar
As
At
Ba
Bk
Be
Bi
B
Br
Cd
Ca
cf
c
ce
cs
cl

chromium cr

::n:,
curium ::
cm
oysprorium Dy

Einstrinium
Erbium
Europium
Fermium
Fluorinc
Francium
Gedotinium
Gallium
Gcrmrnium
Gotd
Hrfnium
Hctium
Hotmium
Hydrogen
tndium
todine
tridium
lron
Krypton
Lanthrnum
Lrwrencium
Lead
Lithium
Lutetium
Magncsium
Manganese

Es
Er
Eu
Fm
F
Fr
cd
Gr
Gc
Au
Hf
Ho
Ho
H
ln
I
lr
Fc
Kr
Lr
Lr
pb
Li
Lu
Mg
Mn
Mendelevium Md
'Brtcd on mils of Cir at

t3
95
gt
i8
33
85
56
9z
4
83'
S
35
48
20
98
6
58
55
17

24

Atomic Element

ii

26.9g
(211)
1Z1.tS
39.948
74.92
(2iO)
132.34
(2491
0.012
208.98
10.8.t
29.909
112.10
40.08
(2s1)
n.011
110.12
112.91
r:fl

Symbol Atomic

Molybdcnum Mo
Neodymlum Nd
lleon
Ne
Neptunium Np
ilickel
Ni
Nlobium
Nb
Nltrogon
N
Nobetium
no
osmium
os
Oxygen
O
p"ttiAirm
pd
phosphorur p
pfatinum
pt
plutonium
pu
poioniurn
po
potassium K
pra""oayrniurn pr
prorn"t iuln
pm
pa
,.Joo,","rn

:1gg n"l-iu_

Ra

Rn
',i
illl
r;;:
e6
ff
,::,1
66
,:-r:r: xil::il
il;il,n
Rb

99
68
63
1oo
9
g7
64
31
32
79
7A
2
67
t
49
53
7t
26
36
57
lO3
gZ
3
71
12
25
101

{2S.t} _-:'-"
Rurhentum
,iird
i51.96 samarium
{2s31 scand'um
ie.od solonium
tzzs,l sllicon
Sitvor
riz.zi Sodlum
69.22
?2.s9 strontium
196.97 sulfur
lZO.49 Tantalum
it.003 Technetium
164.93 Tellurium
t.oo80 Terblum
11a.82 Thallium
ii6.90 Thorium
192.2 Thutium
55.85 Tin
g3.80 Titanium
13g.91 Tungsten
(2S7) Uranlum
207.19 Vanrdium
6.939 Xenon
174.97 Ytterbtum
24.912 Yttrium
54.94 Zinc
(2561 Zirconium

Ru
Sm
sc
Se
si
Ag
t{a
sr
s
Ta
Tc
Te
Tb
Tl
Th
Tm
sn
Ti
W
U
V
Xo
yb
Y
Zn
Zr

42
60
10
93
2E
41
7
102
76
8
46
15
tB
94
84
t9
59
6t
sl

so

86
i:tt

44
62
21
34
14
q
11
38
t6
73
43
52
65
B,l
90
69
50
22
71
92
23
5.1
IO
39
30
40

Atomic

95.94
141.2a

20.18t

dt

{2311

S8.zt

1t

92.9i

(r

,anO,
(2531

tgo.z
15.9994
106.a

30.974

i9S.09

12121

(2rol
19.102

t40.91
(1a71
(2311
(2201

dzzr

lll.3l

2.

05..7

,toi.t

150.35

'l't.96
78.96
2E.09

t0t.E?0
22.9098
87.62
32.064
180.95
(ee I

127.!0

ras.g2
20a.37
232.0a

i68.9t
llE.69
42.90

l8l.85
218.03

50,9{

i31.30
173.0{
88.91
65.3?
91.22

. The ratio of these weights of those on lhe order chemical scale (in which oxygen of
naturll isotopic composition was assignod a mass of 16.0000...) ls 1.000050. (Values ir1 parentheses represent
the mosr
stabls known isotopes.) F
'12.000:..

L'

1.

3.

g-.

5
rmic

4.

!fl!!

Find the missing leffer:

0.59
5.9a
a.2a'

1.

183

r37l
1.71

1.9!

c07
53)
0.2
r94
6.a

t71

Lunch-dinner pattern of a person for m.


days is given below. He has a choice of a
VEG or a NON-VEG meal for his
lunch/dinner
(a) If he takes a NON-VEG lunch, he
will have only VEG for dinner
(b) He takes NON-VEG dinner for
exactly 9 days
(c) He takes VEG lunch for exactly 15

CN!
f,'K
GI

(d) He

r?l
0l

takes
meals

02

a total of 14 NON.VEG

What is z?

L 18
3. 20

rl
r)
3
1

2.

I
I
5

i
I
I

person sells two objects at Rs.1035/each. On the first object he suffers a lgss
of t0% while on the second he gains
l5%. What
loss/gain

2.24
4. 38

Two. locomotives are running towards


each other with speeds of 60 and 40
km/h. An object keeps on flying to and
fro from the front tip of one locomotive
to the front tip of the other with a speed
of 70 km/h. After 30 minutes, the two
locomotives collide and the object is
crushed. What distance did the object

is his net
percentage?
Ja'9

3.

"
6.

3.

50km
35 km

2.
4.

45 km
10

Yi"iik" ffiw
'4
< l%

loss

tbg(

V-o

4. no ross, no gain
WJ.:
A bank offers a scheme *nf,*'ffi,,
made for 1600 days are doubled in value,
the interest being compounded daily. The
interest accrued on a deposit of Rs.l000/over the first 400 days would be Rs.

cover before being crushed?

1.
3.

2.a
v.o

91

7'l
1l

1. L
3.N

days

09

1.
3.

km

2.
4.

250
148

183
190

sphere is made up of very thin


concentric shells of increasing radii
(leaving no gaps). The mass of an
arbiharily chosen shell is
1. equal to the mass of the preceding

2.
3.
4.

shell

proportional to its volume


proportional to its radius
proportional to its surface area

y9

7.

bit of an 8-bit binary


is zero. A binary number whose

The least significant


num.ber

value is 8 times the previous number has


12 bits ending with three zeros
I I bits ending with four zeros
1l bits ending with three zeros
12 bits ending with four zeroes

1.
2.
3.
4.

t%,"

v
,.#, v :fu

FF
6

B.

What is the next number

of the following

portion becomes

sequence?

2&&1,.9

l.
3.
9.

11.,8, 15,

13

t9

20% of students of a particular


jobs within one year of passing. 20%
of
the remaining students g"ijoU, 6y the end
of second year of passing. If 16 students
are still jobless, hovr many students had

"o*r[.,

l. min
3. Z:6min
13.

passed the course?

1. 32

2.
4.

3. 25
10.

17.

what further time,

it will become R/2?

10...

2.
4.

t2
t7

f;. n

64
100

2.
4.

2 min
4 min

A ladder rests against a wallas shown. The


top and the bottom efrs. of the ladder are _
marked A and B. The base B slipp. The
cenhal point C of the ladder falls along

18.

A rectangle of length d and breadth d/2 is

revolvcd once completely around its

length and once around iti breadth. The


ratio of volurnes stvept in the two cases is

1. l:i
3. l:3
It.

2.
4.

I:2
l:4

1.
2.
-3.
4.

Avcragc.5'ield of a product in different


years is shoivn in the histogram. If the

vertical bars indicate variability during


thc ycar,'then <iuring which year was the
percent variability over the average of
that year the least?

14.

1.2n2.n
3. t

(250r

300

751

?50

(1s0r
';og
150

5or

(10or

100

sot

15.

4.

20

n2+n

Continue the sequence

3J-4Lry&,4t,-,-,-

50

12.

Bfurcmial theorem in algebra sives


= do* a6* a2x2t.....+on{,rih.r,

do, o1,.,..., an ate constants depending on


n. What is the sum ao * q + az+....1 a,

400

l.

19.

(l +rf

150

3.

apambola
of a circle
a shaight line
a hlperbola
the arc

20a0
2002

l.
3.
2.
4.

2001
2003

A long ribbon is wound around a spool


up to a radius R. Holding the tip of the
ribbon, a boy runs a\4ay frorn the spool
with a constant speed maintaining the
unwound portion of the ribbon horizontal.

In 4 minutes, the radius of the wound

16.

2.
4.

59,77,100
43,47,53

64,91, 100
55,99, 113

code consists of at most two identical


letters followed by at most four identical
digits. The code must have at least one
letter and one digit. How many distinct
9odo.* be generated using letters A to
Zanddigits I to 9?

l.
3.

2.
4.

936

t872

4
I

1148

2574

::
i;

.t

;t
t
t

,.r\

ry

,71

.&

,/

17. Tun solid iron spheres are heated to tg..fA"S-bondisformedviatheoverlapof


100.C and then allowed to cool. One has -_y'a?-/ *d d:,f orbitats
-2 doand d*rorbitals
the size of a footbatl; the other has the
3' 9-t *9 {vorpitals
size of a pea Which sphere will attain the
4' dt and d*'orbitals
room temperature (constant) first?
1. ThebiggersPhere
2. the smaller sphere
n. Among F-, Nat, 02- and Mg2*ions, those
3. Both spheres will take the same
having the highest and the lowest ionic
time
radii respectively are
room
temperature
the
on
depend
will
It
4.
1. O2- and Na*
.

flt

The

tare_

18.

The

weights (in'kg)

below:

of

13 persons are

given -L l;*}fi;;
4.

Mg2*and 02-

70,72,74,76,78, 80, 82,84,86, 88, 90,

92,94

24. The extent of n-electron

conjugation in
(a) heme" (b)

macrocyclic rings of
kg
coenzyme Brz and (c) chlorophyll
average
follows the order
by
2. (a) > (b) > (c)
(c) > (b)
2. I ke
-{<^l>
3. (c) > (a) > (b) 4' (b) * (a) > (c)
4. 1.8 kg

Two new persons having weights 100


and 79 kg join the group. The
weight orirr. group iricreases

l. 0 ke
3. 1.6 kg

19.

I
n

if

n is a positive integer, then

n(n+t)Q*2)(n+3)(n+4){n+5)(n+6)
is divisible by
3 butnotT
3 and7
Tbutnot3
neither 3 nor 7

l.
2.
3.
4.

20. The area (in rn1 of a triangular park of


dimensions 50 m, 120 m and 130 m is
3250
7800

2.
4.

l. 3000
3. 55s0

25.

27.

SbFs and two


<*''
'Zt4ereactionbetween
equivalents of HF leads to the formation of

HrSbFr + ZFz
HSbFz+3Fz

5bS9

electrolyte) an applied potential more than


+0.4 V, results mainly in the fonnation of

{ L}(T

2.
4.

Hgtt
Oz

The correct order of the isomeric shift in


Mdssbauer spectra (57Fe source) of iron
compounds is
Fe(II) > Fe(III) > Fe(IV)
Fe(IIf > Fe(II) > Fe(IV)
Fe(IV) > Fe(IIf > Fe(II)

l.
2

3.
4.

3. SbF3+ll2+2F2
,-t 4. tsbF6l- [HzF]*

'

l. Ag* t K* > Na*> Li*


2 K+ > Na*> AB* > Li*
3. Li* > Na*> K* t Ag*
4. Li* > Na*t Agn" K*

r. ngt
3 Clz

--1

26. In a polarographic measurement, (aqueous


KCl solution used as supPorting

PART '81

1.

The correct order of the retention of cations


on sulfonated cation exchange resin
column is

Fe(IV) > Fe(iI) > Fe(III)

f-c

lo
?

hapticities 'x'and 'y' of the arene


ruietics in the diamagnetic complex [(rf-

28. Thc

3.
4.

T-shaped [Rh(HXPPhr)Cl]*
Trigc'nal-planar [Rh(HXPPh3)2]

.E

CdI5)Ru( y'-CeHo)l respectively are

2. 4and4
4. 6 and2

1. 6rtd6

*y'+*s
?L

In the

35.

tPtcLI2- + Noz-

Thc rate of the resction

Ni(coL

+ Fphr

3 ryi1co)3ephil +

3.
4.

1. conccntration of both the ieactants

2 conccntration of Ni(CO)a only


3. concentration of PPh3 only
4. the steric bulk of PPhr

ofpropene,
CO and Hz in the presence of Coz(CO)s
as a catalyst is
butanoic acid
oou oo$
1

,",{ \'i'
tlv

31. The S and I values for r\I atom

?\-/ /

are
tAandl
l.
3. 1 and 0

respcctively,

d'/

3t2 ando

are

33.

34.

l.

Da6 and D36


Dqn and Dlrr

2.
-(

D36 and Da6

D3l and

Da6

Co(CO)rz adopts the


1. closo - structure
-Unido - structure
3. arachno - structure
4. hypho - structure

41.

8.

l.
*-r3.

B
C

l.

39.

ot

2.
4.

The configurations of carbon atoms C3

3.

Trigonal-planar [Rh(PPh3)2Cl]2*

aqid-

l. 2,3 and3,3
,y 3,3 and2,3
3. 3,3 and,2,2
4. 2,4 and3,2

in D-ribose, respectively, are


Rand S
S and R
RandR
SandS

and C4

T -shaped [Rh(PPhr)zCl]

histitline amino

of

catalyst results in'(neglecting solvent in


coo;$ination sphere of Rh)

of

nitrogen atoms coordinated to-bimetillic'


active site
oxyhemocyanin and
oxyhemerythrin, respectively. are

38.

Reductive elimination steg jn


hydrogenation of alkenes by pilkinson
1,./

cis-[PtCl2(N Oz)212-

37. IdentiS correct statements fbr mercury as


an environrnent pollutant.
.w
A. Carbanionic biomethylation
converts it to MeHg+
Thiol group of cystiine has shong
affinity for mercury
C. Mercury containing industrial
catalyst release caused Minamata
disaster
The correct answer is
A and
Aand C
B and
A,.B and C

t$ly
\

fU"point group symmetries for trans[Cr(en)2F2]*and[Ticlol3-,respectively,

3.

* ,)A
2. %and} "J"*"

4.

-+ e I3 s

rrans-[PtClz(No)O{Hr)]cis-[PtCl2(NOt(NH3)1frans-[PtClz(NH:)z]

The number

36.

30. The product ofthe reaction

l.
2 butanal 7
3. 2-butanone

4{}.

compound B is

l.
2

CO
depcrds on

-"t

following reaction

\-2.
4.

oh

The compound that

.rn

antiarornatic is

fi

Upo
ilt

bo":

*@

-ru.
*t\1
'
5\o.

tv

t7

41

v'-

ftofu \
o

2,
4.

1. I
3. III

IV

M*#,1

of the
The increasing order of pKa values
circled hydrogens in the following
compounds is
o
Me

40.

@*\

@*'"*

oA*j

BFi l*

H2N-"\NH2

Me
I

I<II<III

1.

c
41.

N<I<III

J.

d:
d

uAHl >fu_-+.t
>t,,-'L
t're

II

+@

4*,u,
3. 3R,6R

eFi ile

2.
4.

%2%

T<III<II

II<III<I

&)*.&

3.

4.

O
tv

45.

The product for the following sequence


of reactions is
o
1, BTCHTOMe/P(OE03/DME

2. NaH/DMF
3. H3O+

42. In the most stable conformation of

of the three substituents on the


1.

reaction is

4.

cH20H

O
45.

CHTOMC

0
cHo

chiral
43. The absolute configurations of the
centres of starting ketone in the following

HO

(,

cyclohexane ring are


OH: equatorial; iPr: equatorial and
Me: equatorial
OH: o<ial; i-Pr: equatorial and Me:
equatorial
OH: equatorial; i-Pr: equatorial and
Me: axial
OH: equatorial; i-Pr: axial and Me:
equatorial

,,

t-lJ

neomenthol, stereochemical orientation

4.

35,6R

lll

1. I>II>III>IV
2 IV>I>II>III
3: III>II>I>IV
4. IV>III>II>I

3.

35,6L

4.

The reaction of I -bromo-2-fluorobenzene


with furan in the Presence of one
equivalent of Mg gives

44

The decreasing order of basicity of the


following comPounds is

o5

2.

The major Product formed inthe


following reaction is

?cH2ocH3

/\
\
HsC- -)

1' soc-BuLi

2.coz >
H3o+
3'

n{o

) hlo

f e.-

F
F
F

F:

I&
E

10
t.

OCH2OCH3

2.

OCH2OCH3

I
?
J.
4.

,.,.A"*,. ,..4
c,ooH

4''"':D

9CH2OCH3

,..dtt"
47.

ocH2ocHs

+ compound with molecular formula


Cd{ooz

shows band at 1770 cm-t in in


spectrum.and peaks at l7g,6g,'29, and
22
ppm in t3C NMR ,prrtrrrn.-Th, correct
structure of the compound is

3.

cooH

0'*^^
48.

51.

cooH

h^^
,,,

photochemical reaction is(are)

53.

it
ia

s
s

l.
2
3.
4.

s
e
F

,i;

!,l

:i
i:
;'

L--o

4 4Yo'
o
Fra-____-- Fz.

CO

w7)

2.
4.

t25.4

2t0.2

l:4:6:4:l
1:3:3:l
l:6:15:20:15:6:l
l:3:6:7:6:3:I

The biosynthetic precursor of abietic


acid
ls

"rwe Vapour phase

$r:

h
i.ii

The ratio ofthe relative intensities of


the
carbon signals in the first orderr3C NMR
spectrum of CD:CI is

l.
2
3.
4.
The cyclic product(s) of the following

2. 01

-------+

l. t4t.2
3. 4s.0
52.

49.

-O
l=>o

1M*,ZZZ1

Br2 (excess), cHct3, d

t.*@r,'

The mass of metastable ion produced


due
to decornposition of F1+ in the followin!
mass fragmentation sequence is

reaction is

V-s',-

.f
/-o

Diethylphthalate

The major product of the ftfilowing

a)^

i./
..

*s:

'50.

l.

3.

only2,6dimethylcyclohexanol

a:.

itli

The major product of the following


reaction is

onlycis-1,2_dimethylcyclopentane
only trans-I,2-dimethylcyclopentane
a mixture of cis- andirais-L,Zdimethylcyclop entanes

shikimic acid
mevalonic acid
chorismic acid
cinnamic acid

r*l$\3*

,+-

nt' -D

xla

s
&4

t,n

-. llg
g9

*s

11

54.

:ane

The amino acid constituents of artificial

58,

sweetener given below are

..cooH

lH
nrN\N

anula

in IR
rd 22
lrrect

"- cooMe

\pn
Speed

l.

D-Glutamic acid and LI phenylglycine


L-Glutamic acid and Lphenylalanine
L-Aspartic acid and L-phenylalanine
L-Aspartic acid and L-tyrosine

Identify the speed distribution functions


of Ne, Ar, and Kr with the curves in the
figure above
Ne-A, Ar-8, Kr-C
Ne-B, Ar-C, Kr-A
Ne-C, Ar-8, Kr-A
Ne-C, Ar:A, Kr-B

2.

l.
2.
3.
4.

'.31
4.
55.
IC

)o

Bond lengths of homonuclear diatomic


molecules can be determined with the
help of both
L rotational and vibrational

2.
3.

4.

59.

spectroscopy.

rotational and rotational Raman


spectroscopy.
rotational Raman and electronic
spectroscopy.
vibrational and electronic
spectroscopy.

Sna+(aq)
Snz+ (aq)

momentum along the molecular axis of a

nonzero,
spectrurn

the

is

will show

57. For a particle of mass n confined in a box


of length L, assume Lx -- L. Assume
further that Ap(m tn) = (p'lt/r. Use the
uncertainty principle to obtain an estimate
of the energy of the particle. The value will
be

.{ n2 /(BmLz)
3. h2 /(32mLz)
A,A %L

2.
4.

/(BmLz)
h2 /(ZmLz)
h2

2e + Snz+(aq), Eo = *0.15 V
2e -+ Sn(s), Eo = -0.14 V

l.
3.

rotational-vibrational

l. PandRbranchesonly.
2. P and Q branches only.
3. Q and R branches only.'
4. all the P, Q and R branches.

*
*

When Rf /F is given u25.7 mV,logarithm


of the equilibrium constant (ln K) is
obtained as
22.6
226
2.26
2.26x10-L

56. If the component of the orbital angular


heteronuclear diatomic molecule

For the cell reaction,


Sn(s) * Sna+(aq) + z Snz*(aq),
separate electrode reactions could bc wriftcn
with the respective standard eletode
potential data at 25"C as

60.

2.
4.

Hydrogen is adsorbed on many metal


surfaces by dissociation (S represents a
surface site):
I

H2

+__ $

HH

ttl
$-q--

s-

If the pfessure of H2 @) is small, the fraction


of the surface covered by hydrogen is
proportional to
p

1.
3. pt/?

2.

p2

4.

p'1,

:T 't4
61.

(enJ,

62. Theexactdifferential df of astate

66.

63. The angular


U=

-ih*

momentum

l.
3.

operator

has eigenfunctions of the

form expliAt].

(tl=#'u)

4 !d*-7ao
yytr

3. ydx - xdy

The condition that

67.

full rotation leaves such an eigenfuction


unchanged is satisfied for all the values

ofA
r. o,t

i, tf,,+t,t:,...

2. 0, t 1, +2, +3, ...


3. o,t;,+L,+:,...

.(4.

Wavelength (,lin nm) of the Lyman


for an one-electron ion is in the
range 24<1<30. The ionization
energy of the ion will be closest to
series

2. dx -zrdl

xdy

Tt

3.

function/(a y), amongthe following, is

l.

f-T-srt

for the first reaction and E6 is the activation


energy for the second ieaction, the
activation energy .of the overall reaction
will be given by
l. E'o
2. Eo* LH
Eo+ aH
4. Eo+zLH

2 -(#),

3 (#),

z-

in which first step remains essentially in


equilibrium. If AH is the enthalpy change

For a process in a closed system,


temperature is equal to

, (H,

, JH\

2.
4.

32 eV
52 eV

42eV
62 eY

A sample experiment revealed that PVC


formed in the medium has (Mn) = 13,
and (M*) = L6, where (Mn) stands for
the number average molar mass and
(M*) for the weight average molar mass.
The variance of Mn will then be

r. 39
3.r

2.3
4. 87

For an

enzyme-substrate reaction,

4. o,;,:,:,...

between

i *d fr

X-ray diffraction does not give any


structural information for
metallic solids
ionic solids
3. molecular sotids
amorphous solids

Z. l1-a Lmol-ls-l
3. 1gz 1^o1-tr-t
4. 19+ 1^o1-tt-t

68.

a plot

fields a slope of 40 s.

the enzyme concenfiation is 2.5 pM, then


the catalytic efficiency of the enzyme is
l. 40 Lmol-Ls-L

l.
2.
4.

65. AreactionA+ B * C + Dfollowsthe


mechanism

A+B+AB
AB*C+D

d({.

\s.t

Fnq

$9
ts
,C,)

If

69.

For a polydispersed macromolecular


colloid, osmometry gives
weight- average molecular weight
number- average molecularweight
both weight- average and number
average molecular weights
viscosity-average'molecular weight

l.
2.
3.
4.

*K
at8$""b)
$h'

13

l.

l0 ml of 0.02 M NaOH is added to l0 ml


of 0.02 M acetic acid (pKo = 4.75). The
pH of the solution will be closestto

70.

r. 7.0

2.
4.

3. 5.6

Sigmoidal and pH dependart


hyperbolic and pH independent
Hyperbolic and pH independen!
sigmoidal and pH dependent
Sigmoidal and pH independenq
hyperbolic and pH dependent
Hyperbolic dnd pH dependent
sigmoidal atrd pH independent

2.

8.4
9.6

3.

4.

Which of the following will result in


deviation from Beer's law:
A. Change in refractivp index of mediurn,
B. Dissociation of analyte on dilution,
C. Polychromatic light
D. Path length of cuvette

71.

Match the metalloproteins in column A


with their function in column B

76.

Column

I.

anhydrase

Plso

(f) oxygentransport
The correct answer is
I - (0 ; tl - (c]; ItI

75.

2.

1.54

4.

2.54

Tlre number of stereoisomers of.trans'


[CoCl2(triethylenetetramine)]Br is

2.
4.

rhree

Two
Four

Under physiological condition, oxygen is

binding

(d) oxidation of alkene


(e) oxygen storage

,,-{
$2
3.
f 4.

The geometric cross-section (in-barn) of


1.4 x 10-rt m
a nucleus A:l25,ro
approximately is

One

peptidase A

l.
2
3.
4.

,.?.

to HzCOt

IV.Carboxy-

AES) is
argon
carbon dioxide
nitrous oxide
hydrogen

VJ/

ierminal pePide bond


(b) methylation

Ill.Cytochrome (c) conversion of COz

The gas commonly used in generating


plasma in Inductively Coupled PlasmaAtomic Emission Specfioscopy (ICP-

l. 1.05
3. 2.05

Column B

Oxyhemocyanin (a) hydmlysis of C-

t
II. Carbonic c

l. A,BandC
2. B,CandD
3. A,CandD
4. A,BandD

73.

tg

deoxyhemoglobin and
deoxymyoglobin, the binding curve and
its pH dependence, respedively,ary

77.

(d);

Iv-

(a)

I-(e) ; II-(c) ; Iil-(a);W-(0


I-(f); II-(b); Iil-(c);IV-(a)
I- (e) ; II-(d) ; Iil-(c);W-(a)

Na[(ry5-C5H)Fe(CO)2] reacts with Brz to

give A. Reaction of A with LiAFI4


results in B. The proton NMR spectrum
of B consists of two singlets of relative
intensity 5:1. Compounds A and B,
respectively, ff

1q5-c5H5;Fe(co)2Br and

(rlt- ctgtFe(co)zH
2

ry4-Csutre(Co)28r2 and

(ry4-

3.

4.

crHtFe(co)2HBr

ry'.-'

"4,r::t-s,

rCto
18.

The compoundthat undergoes *tO*"Y


addition reaction in presence of Hu is

l.

2.

,-{

4.

79.

r-

yields a cyclic or polymeric product B.


The products A and B respectively, are

tMn(cQ)11Krlt-CrHr)Mo(Co)31-

r ")''<"" -)''+'+

ttrq(coxpphr)zl
[(ryt-CrHr)zR.eH]

lH NMR spectrum of free benzene shows


u p.uk at 7.2 ppm. The expected
chemical shift (in ppm) of Cotk ligand in
tH
NMR spectmm of (ry6-gu11l)Cr(Co)rl
and the reason for it, if any, is/ are

l.
2

4.5 ; disruption of ring current


9.0 ; inductive effect

4.

2.5; combination of inductive effect


and disruption of ring cunent

Ph2.

tfr
(Ph:sio).(r

=t,t

or

").,<0i.,(rn'.0
Ph-.- ,ro[
_-Si---oHand (ph2sio)o(n=3,4,oro )
Ph-

,t/

4. ::>''<,, and,>.,<)',<:

3.7.2

80.

-ao..

An aqueous solution of [Mn(HzO)o]2* ^r


complex is pale pink in coior. T'he ,.-S{.

According to Wade's rule, anion CzBqHrf

probable reasons for it


6A1, ground
presence of

t^'

are

i.

B.

disallowed

o"rri i""

state {

u;r*;

selection rule
preserice of2T2r.eiorld 5tate
charge transfer transition
The correct answer
A and
nand

C.
D.

51.

,.

adoPts

Stgso -

- structure

nido structure

tf,,rorr
t n{,"
is
84. The final product in the reaction of
2.
C
B
[Cp*zThIi] with CO in an equimolar ratio is
"{3. BandC
CandD
f4.
,
1.
cP*rrh-oa
81. The reaction of phosphorus trichloride
\crr:-rhcp*r
with phenyllithium in 1:3 molar ratio
yields product

'.A', which on further

treatment with methyl iodide produces


'B'. The reaction of B with'BuLi gives
product 'C'. The products A, B ani C,

2.

cp*2Th-s-

\)-:rtcp'1

respectively, &re

' "n"*-o\^ ^,/:^.


I3. F'nJl"Fl,$'ti;?*fi';lii"t
PhlP=cHz
pptrl,ipttpluteli,

4.

82.

tPPh4lcl,ipfrrp:cnzll,

The reaction

tPh;P(Bu)lLi 4'

betweendiphenyltlichloro-

silaneandwater

inl:Zmolarratiogives

\cH'-Q'-1trsor'

'-'\
"o.rrr(l

/"69

-*1ru51*"'Llt5;y(

l*qY'tt.]I::"
85.

spin-only magnetic moment and the'


diketonates. like dpmH 89. The
B
spectroscopic ground statc term symbol of
(dpmH : dipivaloylmethane) are used for
manganes J"ntr. in [MnFo]3- ion
the separation of lanthanides because

Hindered

complexes formed with dPmH can be


separated bY

1. Gel Permeation chroma8ograPhy


2 Gas chromatograPhY
3. Gel filtration chromatograPhY

r-4l

lon exchange chromatograPhY

is an
whereas
reaction,
overall second order
that of [Co(CN)6]3- is of first order' The
rates depend in both cases solely on the
concentiations of the cobalt complex'

86. Base hydrolysis of [CoCl(NH3)d2*

2
3.
4.

This maY be due to


A. presence of iorrizable proton in
[CoCl(t'{H3)5]2* but not in

91.

The spin-only (ps) and spinplus-orbital


ns of [CrCl6]3-are
(rs*r-) magned;
BM
5.20
and
3.87 BM
..t
2.84 BM and 5.20 BM
3.87 BM and 6.34 BM
2.84 BM and 6.34 BM
p

ico(cN)ul'
B. S*'.u mechanism in the case of

g7.

-Y't

88.

AandB
AandC

92. ComPlexes

AandD

2.
4.

BcHr

\.4 M=Mn, -7.5;' M':Cr,4'10


2 M : Cr, 4.10; M' = Mn, -7'5
3. M=V,-7.5; M'=Cr,4'10
4. M = Mn, 10.22; M'= Fe,2'80
93.

l2-Crown-4 binds withthe atkali metal


ions in the following order:
Li* >> Nat> r.> cf. It is due to the
,J/tightsize ofcation
change in entropy being positive
conformational flexibility of crown

BsHs

The main products of the reaction of


equimolar quantities of XeFo with
arg
XeoFl, NaF and NozF
XeOzFz, NaF, NOF and Fz
XeOF+ NaNOz and Fz

.-{
2
3.
4.

XeFa,

NNOz

NNOI

2.
3.

4.

I.h

ether
hYdroPhobicitY of crown ether

and FzO

t'lI -)

(o*
Sr
Tt,
fA

HM(CO)5 and

I 8-electron
[(ryt-CrHtM'(CO)3]2 obey ttre
iule. Identify M and M' and their 'H NMR
chemical shifts relative to TMS'

B onlY

to
A borane (X) is reacted with ammoniailB
;il;iloruotonYaride (Y)' The
Nft{n spectrum of Y consists of a triplet
and a quintet. The borane X is
BrHs
l. BzHt

3.

*ot

\)/
2
3.
4.

[CoCl(NH3)5]2* onlY
C. S*t.u mechanism in the case of
lCo(CN)el3- onlY
D. S*t., mechanism in both the complexes
Corrcct exPlanation(s) iVare

l.
2.
3.
4.

ten Co-O and ten Co-N bonds


fourteen Co-O and ten Ce-N bonds
twelve Co-O and ten Co-N bonds

7u{'

_
r,t,^r

,o'*'

|N-+rrr{+rl'

. $!hs't
t\hrr

l{

4d+d .

b^und\nl

GEry,*

16
94.

The correct schematic molecular energy


diagram for SF6 molecule is
1.

-$\ (9;
^-&S''1

*i o '-fl
:1

f,'F
9r|

Qn.

F6

2.

95.
a'

Gel permeation chromatography can be


used to separate which of the following

A.

Lanthanides

B. Alkaline earths
C. Fatty acids
D. Low molecular

weight peptides
The correct answer is

2.
4.

l. AandB
.{cand D
96.

BandC
AandD

The major product formed in the following


reaction is

toot>^aoot

TrOH (cet)

2. BHS, THF

6tt

3.

1. Me2C(OMe)2,

3. H3O+

OsrO..,

1. q,

o
2.

\}

OH

3.

"\}
HOo*

4"p
HO

17
The major product fonned in the
transformation is

97.

following

100' The major product of the following.

reaction is

9o

Jn{

1.guzBOTf, r:PrzNEt

2' PhcHo

*ulY"Ph
oHo
:ilv

Yfi"/Y-Ph

1. HsO*,

*G{"
o

3.

-H

-H

Me

Me

'r.r{

_"'tr:

Ph

ni.r--zMu

, a$* , ab*

Ph

Me

Yi'"\"

Me

il-rrM"

OHOA

,rA4*-<.i

hv ,

2. NaOH

9HP

*'$ry{

,.

r.

Ph

ueu.,)-HH

ai} 4GC
it

-H

The product B in the following reaction

98.

101. The major product for the following reaition

sequence is

is
Br2 (1 equiv)

excess Me2NH_>

oil

hexane, rt.

l.

M?rNr..-,
t*FNMez

MezNa-^

2.

',,tNM2

t-

l=rz\-NMez

Q
4.

NMe2

oPh
/

"'**".

o=P{-oPh
N-=

-XU",

HN-'

-t-O--t

99.

The major product of the following reaction is

'

rur"o^T
-ttz'I

rtr"olf\.

H-zN,
I

riY.\ ,,,Ao aeoW

cF3co2H >

.Y\

ol-')7t;\o

s/55 CSI/1+-1AE-?A

"'r*, ""o"V ( ,

3. Y"g*"\:-'l'r6f 4.

#-*n

and B in the following


reaction sequence are

Z\:-r \

ru"oA/J

rr,reo-)'o-'1

102. The products A

.-4

l.

".rioi

2. Meo'v

Meo"'

2.

(ococF3

',,,ro

0 -=

^ffi#'.'; '+#1*

C+"

18

l.A

2,

ry

A:

l--(
\-/
B:

fr^N.ffi

0T

3.A

f-c{r

R.rctl6

T.

1C

PPlr!

B.

oo

q**.aod+ q-.",

:,

FOO$

Aril

4,A

F*

8:O

OH

103. The products A

and B in the following


reaction sequence are

rue3sl---\^1u't* aortaglaatral

\:.v,O

smt2 >
A THF,
EtO{

ue.fr_O-

/.,v,Cctr{l .

l.
3.

+'

G&lotl

/,r.@/.]',t

A-P, B-Q, C-R


A-P, B.R, C-Q

2.
4.

B: t*n)

k,

HrtOr

A-Q, B-R, C-P


A-Q, B-P, C-R

105. The products A

and B in the following


reaction sequence are

*--v-Y;,+ff:-^ k*I A:
''
*"4,r
I)
Q*"}-i
2.xo

'oH

8,o
,rHr,.)L*,

Up

",^u,.)L*n
oo,c>--\

(-) oo{

Sillca

A:

3 A:

B;

"{Ci'*

"tei''

MesSi

EocHll

J3''"

o \_1

\-/ "oa

-d Eqcl{--llco,Gi

,t

\-/

' o n"1},"n, t'n*T,*-B{


o

t,

I' srN'Y)

oy,rn,

fu"-

!_"n,^_.-\

O"" V,rn,

Silte!

4' A:

't
o=1-l^f
rz\-o

106. The major product of the following reaction

b".

104. The correct combinations of the reactions


and the reagents are

rtl"-.-A

[_j

r Q*n
2.

Br--r
cooEt
\-J
/-\
NC 'H

3. H2O, OH'

4.H*

s/55

CSU14-1AE-28

is

19

ot-

\,u"

'rK\_

l.

tnt-( X

2.

Et

.)
rN
p6s' 11,)-{'t

*sN\--

CI+r
to.u"

G-1t.

6or,r.

A:

ET

\r"

3.

**,ffi--

*JA-_

2.

-N

iorr'lu

iorr,ro

A:

*t)
rsPh

.lv.J rN

rN
3.

*Jti--'-

A:

107. The major product of the following

ET

Coruu

rsft

IH

MsOOc

r\NCcN

/t. A:

tnt)

ffi>"

lll Nc cN

\"L,)--

rn

reaction is

\2

\__//

n+rsPh
\Z^-N

ryF'Et

//

Pns^N1o>-\_1

["vt'
Y

EIO2C

heat

109. The major product formed in the following

NMe2

reaction sequence is

,. MezN{rPctr
2.

NMe2

Mezl'l

1. ErCOCl, Et3N

2. LDA, THF,.78

OH

3.A

rd-aoMoM
\cj

CN

4. H3O'
5. CH2N2

""^sf*

ocoEt

A
IY

NC

NC

oc, TMSct

fi-y/-oMoM

tus^o

CNCN

)L(cH

a,)

\a-ouou

4. rvrezN{_r[

xooc-rAd

ro{
(-\J

,t.

r-OMOM

ueOOc-Acii
I

Me

Me

10B. The products A

and B in the

following

structures of A and B are, respectively,

reaction sequence are


"
^ / =N^sPt
/\Y\

V-nh"**
3q* '

t.TBAF.Mccil,5dc

o o
,r.Ao\t

110. In the following reaction sequence, the

"'lD

HGd

OH

-+

tl
/.t

io.

PPh3
imkJazole

12,

-+

AcN-

Y- '8,

Zn, Pd(dPP0Cl2 (cat)


Cul (cat)

20

l. A-P;B-R;C-P
2 A-R;B-Q;C-P
3. A-R;B-P;C-Q
4. A-Q;B-R;C-S.

/\
1. Boc-N\_J)-t
CN

.,-4\nf\-o'
*< \_J

3 *flo'

'rI=CF"'

4. "*)ot

tr13. The following reaction gives a product


(racemic) which exhibits the following
NMR data:
rH
NMR: 62.67 (2H, s), 5.60 (2H, s)
pprn; r3c NMR: 6 lzo.3, l2g.o,lo5.o,
25.4 ppm.
The structure of the product (racemic) is

NC

Me

etooc.-Jo-,Br

111. In the following

reaction sequence, the


structure of the product is

aq. NaoH

------------'-

""Ao\
A
1. Hooc- -cooH
Me
I

1. DIEAL-H (1.1 equiv), ho(ane -28 oC

Me

2.

1{

2. CICH2COOH, diethyl azodicarboxytate

Me

PPh3
3. LiAtH4

**A*o,

3. Hooc- ',cooH n. Ho@- -cooH

\14. The reactive intermediate and the product

'Me
H

formed in the following reaction are

-OH

Me. /^-+-^

3.
l12.

t't"\--l/
H

.r'",rr-r/o-.--\.

Me

"'M"

Me
Me

-nru
4.

1. Free radical

The conect combination of the following


reactions and their p values is

Entry Reaction Entry


A

p
value
+ 2.01

ArO-+Etlin

- 0.99

EtOH
ArCO2Et + aq
NaOI{ in EIOH

ArNH2 +

PhCOClin

B
C

benzene

3.
4.

(n-Bu3sn)2

Y-l
O

BF3'OEt2, hv

and 4-iodomethyloxepan-2-

one
Free radical and 5-iodooxacan-2-one
Carbene and 3-oxabicyclo[S. 1.0]octane2-one

Carbene and (E)-5-iodopent-3-en- I -yl


acetate

115.

The major product formed in the following


reaction sequence is
1. 4-Methoxybenzaldehyde, H*

-2.69
+ 0.78

2. DIBAL-H, -

78 to - 40 oC

.14

zt

major product of the


reaction is

XlE. The

I
2 eueofS

1xo

following

Me

1.Zn,AcOH

2. PhSeNa
3. n'-CPBA, heat

tVte

ta\

\l//'..

itle

'

= 18 Hz),6.75 (1H, d,J:8

2' nuAoAo
Mu\

1. lrie*\gAO

116. An organic compound having molecular


formula CroHrzoz exhibits the following
spectral data:
Ii{: 34oo (br), l6oo cm-r.
'H NMR, 6 1.85 (3H, d, J = 6 Hz), 3.8
(3H, s), 5.0 (1H, s, DzO exchangeable),
6.0 (1H, dq, J= 18, 6 Hz),6.28 (1H, d,

f-\

n*fJ,-n
u rde'{sAc

o ur.--^-\Aor,,,

Hz),6'8 (1H,

n19. The major product of the following reaction is

J:

8 Hz) PPm;
s), 6.90 {1H, d,
'3cNhrlR, a 146.5, 144.0,131.0, 130.5,
123.0, 119.0, i14.0, 108.0,55.0, 18"0
ppm.
The structure of the eompound is

.z1,Cl'lO

V*"v

1.

Ci-l3NHCl-l2cooH, Et3N, DMI:

2.

leat

Ts

,r\*,\.Me

lt'l

1.

HONY

,r^\r-\

2. ^oP

OMe

lri

117. In the following reaction

l'l.lN-r\

sequence, the
N
I

vx

FOrpt'

.\-1,

ir
i'ule.

reagents X and Y are, resPectivelY,

. oH
x
,.s.-l
li Y)o
bo

,-_r'\^n-y'

HO.Y
o6trtu
4.

OMe

Ts

Forpt

ffi"oo',
o

1,

X = PhSOzH,8F3.OEI2 and Y = CHz=CH@OEI' BF3'OEI2

2.

X = 1. PhSH, PTSA; 2. rn-CPBA and Y = CHz=CHCOOEI, BF3'OI2

3.

X = PhSOgH, BF3OEI2 and Y = LDA, CH2=CHCOOEI

4.

X = 1. PhSH. PTSA: 2. nTCPBA and Y = LDA, CHz=CHCOOEI

r:-V-i
lll

N"

,'\'-M"

ot

'lr--l
t{

,i'lr,.l ,t-C

OMe

ri:-"
-f
3.

il",'le.

ot"

4.

o(yi'

120. The major products ^A. and B formed in


tire following reaction sequence are

lll\,

1. MeMgBr, Et2O

'.LDA,rHF

Oet

2. |CH2CH2CH2C|

A
2. H3O*

22
o

The value of k1 will be

&:"
'^^&*, 8: ot*
o

2.

_4

A.

123. The low

hv/k

QYt
4.

l.
2.
3.
J.

r^o

d*

A:

lAlrn/k_

\\^'

B:

and high temperature

limits of

vibrational partition function are (0

"l-\\*

A:

- lAluz 4.

3.

k_

e-o/r

and,

f,e-en

,_0/zr utd
f,e-elzr
e-elzr {d lue-elT

,-0/2r

und 9 r-e1zr
T

oEr

124. The probability of finding the harmonic


oscillator in the energy level n = 1 is
121. For a gaseous reacrion, ZNO(g) * Cl2(g) -+
(neglect zero point energy and assume
Non-linear T. S. -+ 2N0Cl, the prehv = ksT)
exponential factor in the rate constant is .
proportional to

l.
3.

'

Ttlz

2. T-Llz

T-s(z

4.

T-712

122. Species A

undergoes a unimolecular
reaction as follows:

kr

A+A _
A*{rp

kr.

A++A

lAluz.

when pressure of
^4 is

2.
4.

L/2

[Hint:

For this reaction, the first order rate constant


at high pressure is k-. The first order rate

2.

4.

e2

e-21e

t'1

125. A particle in a l-dimentional box of length


Z is perturbed by a delta function potential,
6(x - L/2), in the middle of the box. The
first order energy correction to the ground
state will be
+l-/o
I

3.

constant becomes

l. e
3. L- e-2

2/L

I-I fU>X, - a)dx = f(a)l

126. The operators.Sl

are defined by

Sr=SrtfSy,

c^
gk

where S, and S, are components of the


spin angular momentum operator. The

commutator [Sr,S*] is

c.
o
6'

{o *"/'
ii

z.
4.

hs_

-h.s_

23

I27. A.quantum particle with fixed initial


energy Eo <V is allowed to strike the
following four baniers seprately. The
transmission probability is maximum in

1.

2.

{l]:
A

l3l.

At high pressure, the fugacity coefficient.


ofa real gas is greater than one, because
attractive term overweighs the repulsive
term
2. repulsive term overweighs the attractive

l.

ter.m
3. repulsive term is equal

to the attractive

term
4. the system is independent of both the

athactive and repulsive terms

;=l-llt'
128. Given

the following two relations,

xtdlq*

x2d.1tr=g

(A)

and

x$V1*

x2dV, =

g,

(B)

for a binary liquid mixture at constant


temperature and pressure, the true
statement is that,
both the relations'are correct.

1.
2. relation A is conec! but B is not.
3. relation B is correct, but A is not.
4. both the relations are incorrect,
except for very dilute solutions.

n29.

rlf

2.
3.
4.

.
2.
3.
4.

EPR spectrum

of a free radical

containing nuclei with nonzero nuclear


spin is obtained if &e following selcction
rules are observed:

1. Amr=0, A*r=0
2. Am, = +1, Amr = g
3. Am, = f1, Ams - +1
4. Am, = 0, Am; = +1
t

Do(H)

Do(Hl)

r(H) + r(H2)

= Do(H) + I(H) + I(Hz)


Do{iii) = Do(iiz) - i(f,) - i(iiz)
Do(Ht)

133. The character kble of C2, point group is


given below. In cls-butadiene molecule the

vibrational modes belonging

to

A2

ineducible representation are /R inactive.


The remaining IR active modes are

the bond length of a heteronuclear

diatomic molecule is greater in the upper


vibrational state, the gap between the
successive absorption lines of P-branch
f
increases nonJinearly
decreasesnonJinearly
increases linearly
decreases linearly
130.-

132. If Do(A) and /(l) refer respectively to


the dissociation energy and ionization
potential ofl (where I is either H, H2,or
I/2* species), the correct relation among
the following is
1. Do(H) = oo(Hi) + I(H) - I(Hz)

o
I

cru

Cz

4,,

B1

I
I
I

B"

-I -1

A"

-L

o!.

z,x2,y2,z
Rr, Xll

x,Ru,xz
Rr,lZ
'1 ,

l.
2

7AL+lBL+BB2
gAL+4BL+782
3.7A1+3P|-+782
\-A/ sh + 3h + BBz
134. Thc product o'v.S"+ (.Sf is the four fold
improper axis of rotation around the z axis,
and oxt is the reflection in the xy plane) is

2.
4.

ci.i.

cf

;{a"

24

135. A solid consisting of only X atoms has a


close-packed structure with X-X distance
of 160 pm. Assuming it to be a closedpacked sfiucture of hard spheres with
radius equal to half of the X-X bond
length, the number
would be

l.
3.

atoms

2.
4.

6.023 x t027
6.02 x t}2t

136. Fuel cells provide

of

clean

in

1cm3

3.45 x 1023
3.8 x 1021

3.

4.

function

co4rc(s)

*torfu)

-> 4co2(fi

l.

3.

'/

of

2.

4.

A
't'

1.
2

l4l.

2.
4.

1+krklo

. llsoc(l) 1s6a(1)l

ke[^A]o

rl4l,

L+ktlAlo

ttH;

tDro,tDro.tDro

are

T2

bondwave function of H2 molecule is


(Is oa, lsoB, ts6a, ls t g are atomic spinorbitals of hyilpgen atoms a and b of the
hydrogenmolecule)

r+kt[Ala

tDro,tDro

EosE <Er

A Slater determinant corresponding to


the ionic part ofthe ground state vilence

l1s"a(1) 1s6p(1)l
ltsoa(Z) Ls6Be)l

1+t

o<E<Eo

microstates that.

'"

138. The configuration [Ne]2p13p1 has a 3D


term. Its levels are

E<

of

144

possible, when two particles are distributed


in four states such that the resulting wave
functions are antisymmetric with respect to

lLsoc(L) lsop(1)l
ftsoa(Z) ts"Fe)l

polymerization (overall second order)


reaction is

a
J'

2.
4.

F>o
E>Er

,r'

r in any stepwise condensation

r.

- o)e-" yields an average

will satisfr

l.t6
3.8

137. The fraction of groups condensed at time

tDo

exchange of the particles, is

sHzO(r)

1.
3.

(3

14!. The number

I-flhe change in the Gibbs free energy


this reaction is
2746.06 kf mol=l, involving 26
electrons, its open circuit voltage is
1.55
r.bq v
3.1s v
2.06V

N2

energy E, it

electical energy

If

'Dr,'D,tDr,

143.

132. For some one-electon system with I 0


=
1?' and m 0, the functions
N6e-d and
=
Nr(Z - o)s-ol'z refer respectively to the
ground (E.d and fir$t excited (Er)
energy levels. If a variational wave

to a variety' of applications including


automobiles and stationary power

sources. Normally hydrogen combines


with oxygen to give electrical energy and
water.
we use butane instead of
hydrogen at 1.0 bar and 29g K, the
following reaction <!ccurs:

3D3,3D2,3D1

lLs"u(2) 1s6c(z)l
llsoa(l) lsep(l)l

^" llsoa(l)

1s6p(z)l

142. When T + @,value of the single-particle


partition function will be (given: degcneracf

oflevelj:gr.)

l. I
3. \i

si

2. So
4. ll|,i

9i

tr

2_J

145. Among the fol lowing figures

143. Th9 rate constant for a reaction

Il n

/1++84++P
is measured in two different

iln rpj
W

aqueous
and
ionic strengfts 0.01

of
0:04 M. If ,logko-

solutions

l. 1

0.3, the charge n

on B is closest'to

2.2
4.6

3.3

the variations of mass adsorbed with


for a monolayer and a multilayer
are represented by
l. AandCrespectively
2 Aand B respectively
3. CandArespectively
4. BandArespectively

pressrue

electron charge on the cental carbon

atom inpropenyl cation (CHyCHCH)+


is (in units of electonic charge)

2. lrn

3. I

4.2

144. Accordingto Hiickel ft*ry, the n

1. L/2

Rough

\
\\ ts))"\s"L
.\

ors)r

Itfy

(cr\t'' \nt
\- o*\
\ itr"
\
E\/

N\

'o,i

-!f

.*"n

(o

n-4nfn

tt

i\t'Mlr' {:"?7*'^)t^
-\\

s/55CSVI4-|AE-3

,5 /l

rJ$v{r/

I\

]lri)lL,ot
4
n\
^$q

/l
v.r$"