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Test - 2 (Code E) (Answers) All India Aakash Test Series for Medical-2018

All India Aakash Test Series for Medical - 2018


TEST - 2 (Code E)
Test Date : 17/12/2017

ANSWERS
1. (4) 37. (4) 73. (4) 109. (3) 145. (4)
2. (3) 38. (1) 74. (3) 110. (3) 146. (4)
3. (3) 39. (1) 75. (2) 111. (4) 147. (2)
4. (4) 40. (2) 76. (4) 112. (3) 148. (3)
5. (1) 41. (2) 77. (4) 113. (1) 149. (2)
6. (2) 42. (2) 78. (4) 114. (2) 150. (2)
7. (2) 43. (3) 79. (2) 115. (4) 151. (3)
8. (2) 44. (1) 80. (4) 116. (3) 152. (4)
9. (1) 45. (3) 81. (4) 117. (4) 153. (2)
10. (4) 46. (2) 82. (4) 118. (2) 154. (2)
11. (1) 47. (2) 83. (1) 119. (2) 155. (2)
12. (2) 48. (3) 84. (4) 120. (1) 156. (2)
13. (3) 49. (2) 85. (4) 121. (2) 157. (4)
14. (1) 50. (4) 86. (2) 122. (2) 158. (3)
15. (3) 51. (2) 87. (4) 123.(Deleted) 159. (1)
16. (1) 52. (4) 88. (2) 124. (1) 160. (3)
17. (4) 53. (1) 89. (2) 125. (2) 161. (1)
18. (4) 54. (2) 90. (4) 126. (2) 162. (4)
19. (2) 55. (3) 91. (4) 127. (4) 163. (4)
20. (1) 56. (2) 92. (2) 128. (2) 164. (2)
21. (2) 57. (3) 93. (2) 129. (2) 165. (3)
22. (2) 58. (3) 94. (3) 130. (3) 166. (4)
23. (1) 59. (1) 95. (4) 131. (1) 167. (2)
24. (1) 60. (4) 96. (4) 132. (1) 168. (4)
25. (2) 61. (2) 97. (1) 133. (3) 169. (1)
26. (1) 62. (3) 98. (2) 134. (2) 170. (2)
27. (4) 63. (4) 99. (3) 135. (1) 171. (3)
28. (2) 64. (3) 100.(Deleted) 136. (1) 172. (4)
29. (2) 65. (3) 101. (1) 137. (2) 173. (3)
30. (2) 66. (1) 102. (4) 138. (3) 174. (3)
31. (1) 67. (1) 103. (1) 139. (3) 175. (4)
32. (1) 68. (2) 104. (3) 140. (1) 176. (2)
33. (1) 69. (2) 105. (3) 141. (2) 177. (2)
34. (3) 70. (4) 106. (3) 142. (4) 178. (2)
35. (1) 71. (4) 107. (2) 143. (3) 179. (3)
36. (3) 72. (1) 108. (3) 144. (4) 180. (3)

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All India Aakash Test Series for Medical-2018 Test - 2 (Code E) (Hints)

HINTS
15.
PHYSICS
  60º
1. F P  0
 
F should be normal to P .
2. For man, N + T = Mg 60º
For box, T = N
Mg 2mu sin60º
 N F
2 t
⎛ 3 ⎞ 3 mg g
3. Wfriction   ⎜ Mg ⎟ 10   (250)10  750 J 16. a  m/s
2
⎝ 10 ⎠ 10 3m 3
1 2 ⎛ mg ⎞
5. 60  (4)  (3)(4) w ⎜ ⎟d
2 ⎝ 3 ⎠
  0  3(t ) ⇒ t  3 s 5
17. w  ( iˆ  jˆ )( iˆ  jˆ )
  2
 m1a1  m2 a2  
6. acm  (a1  a2  gjˆ) w=0
m1  m2
18. 1/3
vx
7. fL  mg cos 
dU
19.  0 at x = 2
dv dx
8.  g
dt 2
d U
4t  g 2
0
dx
T 1R2 1
M1 20. 0
2
mv  (2d )R
f 2
9.
M2 f
T 2R2 1 2
0 m (2v )  (nd )R
T  f  M1R
2 2
2 21. f
T  f  M 2R 
vt 
f  M1g f cos

10. N  mg cos 
dy
tan    2x w  (f cos )vt
dx
x = 2, tan = 4 f  mg sin 
d 2t d 2t
50 N 100 N 23.  e ,   2e
12. dt dt
M
2 2 2
50 2
a  (r  )  (r  )
a  2.5 m/s F
20 25. 2
a
Acceleration of pulley =
2
2 2R R
⎛V 2 ⎞ 2 3
14. ⎜ ⎟  a  g R
⎜R ⎟ 3
⎝ ⎠
5R
3

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F⎛ R⎞ 5R CHEMISTRY
⎜⎝ 2R  ⎟⎠  Mg
2 3 3
2 46. 

 H2  I2
2HI  ;  = 0.5
gt
30. L  mu cos  1

0

0
2 1–  2 2

2
Lt   1 1 1 1
  
⎛h k ⎞ 2 Kc  2 2  4 4  4 4  1  0.25
F⎜  2 ⎟
⎜R R ⎟ 1–   ⎛ 1– 1⎞
2 2
⎛ 1
⎜⎝ ⎟⎠
⎞ 4
⎜⎝ ⎟⎠
f  ⎝ 2
⎠ 2 4
31. k
1 2 47. Fact
R
48. Lighter gas will effuse faster from orifice, so its mole
fraction will be least in remaining gas and partial
pressure will also be lowest.
X

33. 2L
49. pH 
1
2 ⎣
1
2⎣
 
⎡pK a – logc ⎦⎤  ⎡ – log 4  10–4 – log  0.05 ⎤

1

2
 4 – log4 – log0.05
X
= 2.35
50. Hof is calculated from elements only.
X 2  2L
51. Mixture of weak acid and its salt with strong base
⎛1 2 2 ⎞ is an acidic buffer.
I  2 ⎜ MX sin 45 ⎟
⎝3 ⎠ 52. On adding HCl gas, NH 3 will react with it, so
tan  equilibrium is shifted in forward direction.
36.  2
⎛ R ⎞ ⎛ a ⎞
⎜1  2 ⎟
⎜ 53. ⎜ P  2 ⎟  V  b   RT
⎝ k ⎟⎠ ⎝ V ⎠
v0 At low P, V is large
37. V 
⎛ 2
k ⎞ V b  V
⎜1  2 ⎟
⎜ R ⎟ ⎛ a ⎞ a
⎝ ⎠ ⎜ P  2 ⎟  V   RT  PV   RT
   ⎝ V ⎠ V
38. a  r
a
39. In Hz. dir. Xcm = 0 PV  RT 
V

m  K   OH
KOH 
l 54.
0.1 M 0.1 M


 3 
M  Al  3OH
Al(OH)3 
X s (3s  0.1)
30°
Ksp = [Al+3] [OH–]3
l cos30  m
X  = (s) (3s + 0.1)3 3s + 0.1  0.1 only
mM
  
40. L  r P 1.9 × 10–33 =s× (0.1)3

∫ x dm  x s = 1.9 × 10–30 M
41. cm
∫ dm 55. K p  K c RT 
n

Kc
 RT 
– n

2 Kp
43. cos  
3 Kc


1. N2  O2 
 2NO, n  0 1
44. e  tan 
2 Kp

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Kc Most probable velocity = 3


 RT 
2


2. N2  3H2 
 2NH3 , n  –2
Kp 28 / 9 28
Ratio = 
Kc 3 27
 RT 
–1


 PCl3  Cl2 , n  1
3. PCl5 
Kp Kf 3x
61. K eq   3
Kc Kb x


 H2  l2 , n  0
4. 2HI  1
Kp 62. (i) T1 < T2 < T3 (correct)
15 (ii) T3 < T2 < T1 (correct)
56. C6H5 COOH(s)  O2 (g)  7CO2 (g)  3H2O(l)
2 K
(iii) P 
15 1 V
ng  7  
2 2 logP   log V  logK
H  E  ngRT   
y  ( 1)x  c
RT (pNH3 )(pH2S )
 x  E 
2 63. Kp 
1
RT
E   x  NH 4HS (s) is not included in expression, so no
2 effect is observed
2  300  103 64. Gas van der Waals constant ‘a’
 x 
2 CH4 2.283
= –x + 0.3 H2 0.2476
57. CH3COOH + NaOH  CH3COONa + H2O
NH3 4.170
Initially 0.2 × 250 0.1 × 200 × ×
milli moles = 50 = 20 CO2 3.640
After reaction 50 – 20 20 – 20 20 20 65. Larger is ‘a’, lesser is volume.
milli moles = 30 =0

Finally solution contains weak acid and its salt with 66. Go  2.303 RT log K eq
strong base, so it is a case of acidic buffer.
Ho  TSo  2.303 RT log K eq
[Salt]
pH = pK a  log
[Acid] Ho 1 S o
logK eq   
⎡ 20 ⎤ 2.303R T 2.303R
= 4.74  log ⎢ ⎥
⎣ 30 ⎦ Ho
Slope 
= 4.74 + log 2 – log 3 2.303R
= 4.74 + 0.30 – 0.48 S o
Intercept 
= 4.56 2.303R
58. pH is an intensive property. 4x
nCH4 nCH4 MSO2 64
59. On mixing equal volumes of acidic solutions   16   16  2  32 : 1
67. nSO nSO MCH
x 16
⎡H ⎤  0.01  0.001  5.5  10 –3
2 2 4
64
⎣ ⎦ 2
68. Suniverse > 0 (For spontaneity)

pH  – log 5.5  10 –3  2.26  69. Salt of strong acid and weak base will form acidic
solution of lowest pH.
(2  2.0)  (4  3.0)  (3  4.0) W
60. Average velocity = 70. PV  RT
243 M
WRT 0.6  0.0821 300
28 M   29.6 g/mol
PV 500
= 1
9 1000

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71. Independent of size of surface.
85. Hro   Hof (product)   H(reactant)
o

72. n1T1  n2T2


 ( 986.0  227)  [ 62.0  2  ( 286)]
4 3.2
T   (T  125)  125.0 kJ/mol
40 40
H = E + ngRT
T = 500 K
ng = 1
73. pH of salt of weak acid and weak base depends
only on temperature, not on concentration E = H – ngRT
= –125 –(+1) × 8.314 × 298 × 10–3
74. Rate increases with temperature.
= –127.48 kJ/mol
75. K w = 10 –12  pH = 6, neutral  maximum
dissociation occur. 86. HClO4 is strong acid.
76. Ksp = 4s3 = 5.0 × 10–7 87. No vibration and rotation is possible.
s3 = 1.25 × 10–7 a 8a 2a
88. Tb  , Tc  , Ti 
= 125 × 10–9 Rb 27Rb Rb
s = 5 × 10–3 89. H – TS < 0
[OH –] = 2s = 2 × 5 × 10–3
H 55  1000
pOH = 2 T   500 K
S 110
77. H°c is only for one mole and complete combustion
90. Salt of strong acid and strong base does not
78. NH2COONH4 (s)  2NH3 (g)  CO2 (g) hydrolyse.
At eq. 2p p
Kp = (2p)2(p) BIOLOGY
32 = 4p3  p = 2 91. The given characters refer bryophytes, they do not
have seeds (non-spermatophytes) and are non-
Total pressure, p = 2 × 2 + 2 = 6 atm
vascular (atracheophytes).
79. Due to greater hydration energy of F– ion. 92. Vegetative and reproductive characters should not be
80. If Keq = 1, Go = 0 given equal weightage.
93. External and internal features like anatomy,
81. 

 PCl3 (g)  Cl2 (g)
PCl5 (g) 
embryology and phytochemistry were also
Mole at t = 0; 1 0 0
considered in natural system.
At equilbrium, 1–   
95. Engler and Prantl’s system is phylogenetic. They
2
⎛ 1⎞ P considered monocots primitive than dicots.
 2
⎛ P ⎞  P 2 ⎜⎝ ⎟⎠ P
2 4 96. 2n = 20
Kp  ⎜ ⎟  = =
1   ⎝ 1  ⎠ 1  2 ⎛ 1⎞
2 3 PEC = 3n = 30
1 ⎜ ⎟ 4
⎝ 2⎠ Polar nuclei (n) = 10
Coleorhiza (2n) = 20
P
Kp  Aleurone layer (3n) = 30
3
97. Brown algae do not possess (i) sulphated
P 4 phycocolloids (ii) apical flagella (iii) complex post-
Kp  P  P  P
3 3 fertilisation development.
82. Fact 98. Zygote does not undergo meiosis immediately in
83. Gram equivalent of acid and base are equal so bryophytes.
resulting solution obtained is neutral. 99. Brassicaceae
84. ng = 0, Kp = Kc 101. Red algae do not produce motile asexual spores like
green algae.
1 102. Female sex organ is non-jacketed in red algae.
T  12.18 K , Kp = Kc
R 105. Ovules are essential for seed formation.

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106. Mycorrhizal roots are not found in all gymnosperms. 145. Nervous tissue includes – Neurons and neuroglial
107. Bryophytes cells and as oligodendrocytes, astrocytes and
108. Epigynous flowers are developed in coriander, microglial cells.
apples, cucumber, guava and sunflower. 146. Pronotum is tergum of thorax.
109. Pollens in Pinus are shed at 4-celled stage. 149. Compound eye, mandible, salivary glands, anal cerci,
110. All angiosperms do not have endosperm in seed. alary muscles are paired structures and found in both
111. Aloe is a member of Liliaceae. male and female cockroach.
112. Fruit formation occurs in angiosperms only. 150. Crop is followed by gizzard.
114. Ectocarpus, Polysiphonia have haplo-diplontic life Gizzard is present between crop and mesenteron.
cycle. Gizzard is also known as proventriculus.
115. Vegetative propagation and respiration are not main 154. Testes, vas deferens, caudal styles are structures in
functions of root system. the list that are paired and found only in male
116. Water is absorbed also from elongation zone in a cockroach.
root. 157. Anal cerci in cockroach are attached to abdominal
117. Hygroscopic root is for moisture absorption. segment.
118. Cladophyll and phylloclade are same.
162. Synthesis of lactic acid from glucose is an example
120. Grasses and strawberry do not store food. of catabolic pathway.
122. Siliqua – Mustard
163. An enzyme is functional in its tertiary structure.
Capsule – Poppy Tertiary structure is attained after acquiring primary
125. Wheat, Lupin, Cassia and Canna have zygomorphic and secondary structures.
flower. 165. If the product is at high energy level than substrate,
127. Dianthus - Free central placentation. the reaction is endothermic.
129. Drupe is one seeded with hard endocarp. 170. It is a tyrosine amino acid which is not an essential
130. Aggregate fruit develops from one flower consisting amino acids.
many apocarpous ovary. 171. Serine – S
131. Banana – Mesocarp and endocarp.
Cysteine – C
132. Ploidy level of perisperm is 2n.
Tyrosine – Y
133. Placentation is represented in floral diagram.
Glutamic acid – E
135. Fabaceae : Trifolium, lupin, groundnut, Indigofera,
Sweet pea. 172. Chitin is a structural polysaccharide.
Solanaceae : Bellandona, Petunia, Ashwagandha. 175. Adenosine – 5’ - Triphosphate, phosphate is
Liliaceae : Colchicum, Gloriosa, Tulip. attached to 5th carbon of pentose (Ribose) or sugar.
136. All members of kingdom animalia do not have tissue. 176. Pyrimidine connected to sugar with N-1 while purine
137. Epithelial tissue has connected to sugar with N-9
– Little intercellular matrix. 177. Bone - vascular
– Does not cover all part of body. Cartilage - Avascular
139. Compound epithelium has limited role in secretion 178. (a) Areolar tissue
and absorption. (b) Dense regular
140. Exocrine gland never secretes hormone. Hormones
(c) Dense irregular
are secreted by endocrine cells or glands.
Desmosomes cement neighbouring cells together. So all three are connetive tissue, which are vascular,
141. Salivary gland – Epithelial tissue have collagen fibres, Fibroblast, and all three are
Thymus – Epithelial tissue mesodermal in origin.
Pancreas – Epithelial tissue 179. Protein – 10-15% of the total cellular mass.
Liver – Epithelial tissue Nucleic acid – 5-7% of the total cellular mass.
142. Adipose tissue is loose connective tissue. Carbohydrates – 3% of the total cellular mass.
144. In heart, kidney and capillaries cartilage is absent. Lipid – 2% of the total cellular mass.

  

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Test - 2 (Code F) (Answers) All India Aakash Test Series for Medical-2018

All India Aakash Test Series for Medical - 2018


TEST - 2 (Code F)
Test Date : 17/12/2017

ANSWERS
1. (3) 37. (1) 73. (4) 109. (4) 145. (3)
2. (1) 38. (2) 74. (3) 110. (3) 146. (2)
3. (3) 39. (2) 75. (2) 111. (4) 147. (1)
4. (2) 40. (2) 76. (4) 112. (2) 148. (4)
5. (2) 41. (1) 77. (1) 113. (1) 149. (2)
6. (2) 42. (4) 78. (3) 114. (3) 150. (4)
7. (1) 43. (3) 79. (3) 115. (4) 151. (3)
8. (1) 44. (3) 80. (2) 116. (3) 152. (2)
9. (4) 45. (4) 81. (3) 117. (3) 153. (4)
10. (3) 46. (4) 82. (2) 118. (3) 154. (4)
11. (1) 47. (2) 83. (1) 119. (2) 155. (1)
12. (3) 48. (2) 84. (4) 120. (3) 156. (3)
13. (1) 49. (4) 85. (2) 121. (3) 157. (1)
14. (1) 50. (2) 86. (4) 122. (3) 158. (3)
15. (1) 51. (4) 87. (2) 123. (1) 159. (4)
16. (2) 52. (4) 88. (3) 124. (4) 160. (2)
17. (2) 53. (1) 89. (2) 125. (1) 161. (2)
18. (2) 54. (4) 90. (2) 126.(Deleted) 162. (2)
19. (4) 55. (4) 91. (1) 127. (3) 163. (2)
20. (1) 56. (4) 92. (2) 128. (2) 164. (4)
21. (2) 57. (2) 93. (3) 129. (1) 165. (3)
22. (1) 58. (4) 94. (1) 130. (4) 166. (2)
23. (1) 59. (4) 95. (1) 131. (4) 167. (2)
24. (2) 60. (4) 96. (3) 132. (3) 168. (3)
25. (2) 61. (2) 97. (2) 133. (2) 169. (2)
26. (1) 62. (3) 98. (2) 134. (2) 170. (4)
27. (2) 63. (4) 99. (4) 135. (4) 171. (4)
28. (4) 64. (1) 100. (2) 136. (3) 172. (4)
29. (4) 65. (4) 101. (2) 137. (3) 173. (3)
30. (1) 66. (4) 102. (1) 138. (2) 174. (4)
31. (3) 67. (2) 103.(Deleted) 139. (2) 175. (2)
32. (1) 68. (2) 104. (2) 140. (2) 176. (1)
33. (3) 69. (1) 105. (2) 141. (4) 177. (3)
34. (2) 70. (1) 106. (1) 142. (3) 178. (3)
35. (1) 71. (3) 107. (2) 143. (3) 179. (2)
36. (4) 72. (3) 108. (2) 144. (4) 180. (1)

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HINTS
2
PHYSICS gt
16. L  mu cos 
2 2
2. e  tan  2
Lt
2
3. cos   F
3 2

∫ x dm  x
5. cm 2R R
∫ dm 3
   21. R
6. L  r P 3
7. In Hz. dir. Xcm = 0 5R
3

m F⎛ R⎞ 5R
l ⎜ 2R  ⎟⎠  Mg
2⎝ 3 3
d 2t d 2t
M 23.  e ,   2e
dt dt
X
30° 2 2 2
a  (r  )  (r  )
l cos30  m
X 
mM f
  
8. a  r vt 
v0 f cos
25.
9. V 2
⎛ k ⎞
⎜1  2 ⎟
⎜ R ⎟
⎝ ⎠ w  (f cos )vt
tan 
10.  2
f  mg sin 
⎛ R ⎞
⎜1  2 ⎟ 1
⎜ k ⎟⎠ 0
2
mv  (2d )R
⎝ 26.
2
1 2
0 m (2v )  (nd )R
X 2
dU
27.  0 at x = 2
13. 2L dx
2
d U
X 2
0
dx
28. 1/3
vx
X 2  2L 5
29. w  ( iˆ  jˆ )( iˆ  jˆ )
⎛1 2 2 ⎞ 2
I  2 ⎜ MX sin 45 ⎟ w=0
⎝ 3 ⎠
mg g 2
30. a  m/s
⎛ h k2 ⎞ 3m 3
F⎜  2 ⎟
⎜R R ⎟ ⎛ mg ⎞
15. f  ⎝ ⎠ w ⎜ ⎟d
k
2 ⎝ 3 ⎠
1 2
R

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45. F P  0
60º  
F should be normal to P .
31.
60º
CHEMISTRY
46. Salt of strong acid and strong base does not
2mu sin60º
F hydrolyse.
t
2 47. H – TS < 0
⎛V 2 ⎞ 2
32. ⎜ ⎟  a  g H 55  1000
⎜R ⎟ T   500 K
⎝ ⎠ S 110

50 N 100 N a 8a 2a
34.
M 48. Tb  , Tc  , Ti 
Rb 27Rb Rb
50 2 49. No vibration and rotation is possible.
a  2.5 m/s
20 50. HClO4 is strong acid.
a
Acceleration of pulley =
2 51. Hro   Hof (product)   H(reactant)
o
36. N  mg cos 
dy  ( 986.0  227)  [ 62.0  2  ( 286)]
tan    2x
dx
 125.0 kJ/mol
x = 2, tan = 4
H = E + ngRT
T 1R2
M1 ng = 1
f
37.
M2 f E = H – ngRT
T 2R2
= –125 –(+1) × 8.314 × 298 × 10–3
2
T  f  M1R = –127.48 kJ/mol
2
T  f  M 2R  52. ng = 0, Kp = Kc
f  M1g 1
T  12.18 K , Kp = Kc
dv R
38.  g
dt 53. Gram equivalent of acid and base are equal so
4t  g resulting solution obtained is neutral.
54. Fact
39. fL  mg cos 
  55. 

 PCl3 (g)  Cl2 (g)
PCl5 (g) 
 m1a1  m2 a2  
40. acm  (a1  a2  gjˆ) Mole at t = 0; 1 0 0
m1  m2 At equilbrium, 1–   

2
1 2 ⎛ 1⎞ P
41. 60  (4)  (3)(4) 2 2 ⎜⎝ ⎟⎠ P
2  ⎛ P ⎞  P 2 4
Kp  ⎜ ⎟  = =
1   ⎝ 1  ⎠ 1  2 ⎛ 1⎞
2 3
  0  3(t ) ⇒ t  3 s 1 ⎜ ⎟
⎝ 2⎠ 4
⎛ 3 ⎞ 3
43. Wfriction   ⎜ Mg ⎟ 10   (250)10  750 J P
⎝ 10 ⎠ 10 Kp 
3
44. For man, N + T = Mg
P 4
For box, T = N Kp  P  P  P
3 3
Mg
 N 56. If Keq = 1, Go = 0
2

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57. Due to greater hydration energy of F– ion. 72. Gas van der Waals constant ‘a’
58. NH2COONH4 (s)  2NH3 (g)  CO2 (g) CH4 2.283
At eq. 2p p H2 0.2476
Kp = (2p)2(p) NH3 4.170
CO2 3.640
32 = 4p3  p = 2
Total pressure, p = 2 × 2 + 2 = 6 atm (pNH3 )(pH2S )
73. Kp 
59. H°c is only for one mole and complete combustion 1
60. Ksp = 4s3 = 5.0 × 10–7 NH 4HS (s) is not included in expression, so no
effect is observed
s3 = 1.25 × 10–7
74. (i) T1 < T2 < T3 (correct)
= 125 × 10–9
s = 5 × 10–3 (ii) T3 < T2 < T1 (correct)
[OH –] = 2s = 2 × 5 × 10–3 K
(iii) P 
pOH = 2 V
61. K w =  pH = 6, neutral  maximum
10 –12 logP   log V  logK
dissociation occur.   
62. Rate increases with temperature. y  ( 1)x  c
63. pH of salt of weak acid and weak base depends Kf 3x
75. K eq   3
only on temperature, not on concentration Kb x
64. n1T1  n2T2 (2  2.0)  (4  3.0)  (3  4.0)
76. Average velocity =
243
4 3.2
T   (T  125) 28
40 40 =
T = 500 K 9
65. Independent of size of surface. Most probable velocity = 3

W 28 / 9 28
66. PV  RT Ratio = 
M 3 27
WRT 0.6  0.0821 300 77. On mixing equal volumes of acidic solutions
M   29.6 g/mol
PV 500
1 ⎡H ⎤  0.01  0.001  5.5  10 –3
1000 ⎣ ⎦ 2
67. Salt of strong acid and weak base will form acidic pH = –log(5.5 × 10–3) = 2.26
solution of lowest pH.
78. pH is an intensive property.
68. Suniverse > 0 (For spontaneity)
79. CH3COOH + NaOH  CH3COONa + H2O
4x
nCH4 nCH4 MSO2 64
Initially 0.2 × 250 0.1 × 200 × ×
  16   16  2  32 : 1 milli moles = 50 = 20
69. nSO nSO2 MCH4
x 16 After reaction 50 – 20 20 – 20 20 20
2
64 milli moles = 30 =0

70. G° = – 2.303 RT lgo Keq Finally solution contains weak acid and its salt with
H° – TS° = – 2.303 RT log Keq strong base, so it is a case of acidic buffer.

Ho 1 S o [Salt]
logK eq    pH = pK a  log
2.303R T 2.303R [Acid]
Ho ⎡ 20 ⎤
Slope  = 4.74  log ⎢ ⎥
2.303R ⎣ 30 ⎦
S o = 4.74 + log 2 – log 3
Intercept 
2.303R = 4.74 + 0.30 – 0.48
71. Larger is ‘a’, lesser is volume. = 4.56

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15 86. Hof is calculated from elements only.


80. C6H5 COOH(s)  O2 (g)  7CO2 (g)  3H2O(l)

15 1
2
87. pH 
1
2
1
2⎣
 
⎡⎣pK a – logc ⎤⎦  ⎡ – log 4  10–4 – log  0.05 ⎤

ng  7  
2 2 1

2
 4 – log4 – log0.05
H  E  ngRT
= 2.35
RT
 x  E  88. Lighter gas will effuse faster from orifice, so its mole
2 fraction will be least in remaining gas and partial
RT pressure will also be lowest.
E   x 
2 89. Fact
2  300  103 90. 

 H2  I2
2HI  ;  = 0.5
 x 
2 1

0 0

1–  2 2
= –x + 0.3
  1 1 1 1
Kc   
K p  K c RT   RT 
n – n
81. ⇒
Kc  2 2  4 4  4 4  1  0.25
Kp
1–   ⎛ 1– 1⎞
2 2
⎛ 1
⎜⎝ ⎟⎠
⎞ 4
Kc ⎜⎝ ⎟⎠ 4


1. N2  O2 
 2NO, n  0 1 2
Kp
Kc BIOLOGY
 RT 
2


2. N2  3H2 
 2NH3 , n  –2
Kp 91. Fabaceae : Trifolium, lupin, groundnut, Indigofera,
Sweet pea.
Kc
 RT 
–1


 PCl3  Cl2 , n  1
3. PCl5  Solanaceae : Bellandona, Petunia, Ashwagandha.
Kp
Liliaceae : Colchicum, Gloriosa, Tulip.
Kc


 H2  l2 , n  0
4. 2HI  1 93. Placentation is represented in floral diagram.
Kp
94. Ploidy level of perisperm is 2n.
 
KOH 
 K  OH 95. Banana – Mesocarp and endocarp.
82.
0.1 M 0.1 M
96. Aggregate fruit develops from one flower consisting

 3 
 Al  3OH
Al(OH)3  many apocarpous ovary.
s (3s  0.1) 97. Drupe is one seeded with hard endocarp.
Ksp = [Al+3] [OH–]3 99. Dianthus - Free central placentation.
= (s) (3s + 0.1)3 3s + 0.1  0.1 only 101. Wheat, Lupin, Cassia and Canna have zygomorphic
flower.
1.9 × 10–33 = s × (0.1)3
104. Siliqua – Mustard
s = 1.9 × 10–30 M
Capsule – Poppy
⎛ a ⎞
83. ⎜ P  2 ⎟  V  b   RT 106. Grasses and strawberry do not store food.
⎝ V ⎠
108. Cladophyll and phylloclade are same.
At low P, V is large
109. Hygroscopic root is for moisture absorption.
V b  V 110. Water is absorbed also from elongation zone in a
⎛ a ⎞ a
⎜ P  2 ⎟  V   RT  PV   RT
root.
⎝ V ⎠ V 111. Vegetative propagation and respiration are not main
a functions of root system.
PV  RT 
V 112. Ectocarpus, Polysiphonia have haplo-diplontic life
84. On adding HCl gas, NH 3 will react with it, so cycle.
equilibrium is shifted in forward direction. 114. Fruit formation occurs in angiosperms only.
85. Mixture of weak acid and its salt with strong base 115. Aloe is a member of Liliaceae.
is an acidic buffer. 116. All angiosperms do not have endosperm in seed.

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117. Pollens in Pinus are shed at 4-celled stage. 141. Adenosine – 5’ - Triphosphate, phosphate is
118. Epigynous flowers are developed in coriander, attached to 5th carbon of pentose (Ribose) or sugar.
apples, cucumber, guava and sunflower. 144. Chitin is a structural polysaccharide.
119. Bryophytes 145. Serine – S
120. Mycorrhizal roots are not found in all gymnosperms. Cysteine – C
121. Ovules are essential for seed formation. Tyrosine – Y
124. Female sex organ is non-jacketed in red algae. Glutamic acid – E
125. Red algae do not produce motile asexual spores like 146. It is a tyrosine amino acid which is not an essential
amino acids.
green algae.
151. If the product is at high energy level than substrate,
127. Brassicaceae
the reaction is endothermic.
128. Zygote does not undergo meiosis immediately in
153. An enzyme is functional in its tertiary structure.
bryophytes.
Tertiary structure is attained after acquiring primary
129. Brown algae do not possess (i) sulphated and secondary structures.
phycocolloids (ii) apical flagella (iii) complex post- 154. Synthesis of lactic acid from glucose is an example
fertilisation development. of catabolic pathway.
130. 2n = 20 159. Anal cerci in cockroach are attached to abdominal
PEC = 3n = 30 segment.
Polar nuclei (n) = 10 162. Testes, vas deferens, caudal styles are structures in
Coleorhiza (2n) = 20 the list that are paired and found only in male
cockroach.
Aleurone layer (3n) = 30
166. Crop is followed by gizzard.
131. Engler and Prantl’s system is phylogenetic. They
Gizzard is present between crop and mesenteron.
considered monocots primitive than dicots.
Gizzard is also known as proventriculus.
133. External and internal features like anatomy, 167. Compound eye, mandible, salivary glands, anal cerci,
embryology and phytochemistry were also alary muscles are paired structures and found in both
considered in natural system. male and female cockroach.
134. Vegetative and reproductive characters should not be 170. Pronotum is tergum of thorax.
given equal weightage.
171. Nervous tissue includes – Neurons and neuroglial
135. The given characters refer bryophytes, they do not cells and as oligodendrocytes, astrocytes and
have seeds (non-spermatophytes) and are non- microglial cells.
vascular (atracheophytes). 172. In heart, kidney and capillaries cartilage is absent.
137. Protein – 10-15% of the total cellular mass. 174. Adipose tissue is loose connective tissue.
Nucleic acid – 5-7% of the total cellular mass. 175. Salivary gland – Epithelial tissue
Carbohydrates – 3% of the total cellular mass. Thymus – Epithelial tissue
Lipid – 2% of the total cellular mass. Pancreas – Epithelial tissue
138. (a) Areolar tissue Liver – Epithelial tissue
(b) Dense regular 176. Exocrine gland never secretes hormone. Hormones
(c) Dense irregular are secreted by endocrine cells or glands.
So all three are connetive tissue, which are vascular, Desmosomes cement neighbouring cells together.
have collagen fibres, Fibroblast, and all three are 177. Compound epithelium has limited role in secretion
mesodermal in origin. and absorption.
139. Bone - vascular 179. Epithelial tissue has
Cartilage - Avascular – Little intercellular matrix.
140. Pyrimidine connected to sugar with N-1 while purine – Does not cover all part of body.
connected to sugar with N-9 180. All members of kingdom animalia do not have tissue.

  

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