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# HINTS & SOLUTIONS (PRACTICE PAPER-1)

Que s. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Ans. D B C C D D A B B A C D D D B
Que s. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans. A B B D B B D A B B A D B A A
Que s. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
Ans. B B B D D C D B B A D C A D
Que s. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. B C B C B A B A A B C A A C B
Que s. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Ans. C B A B C D D D C C C D B B C
Que s. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Ans. B A B C A B B C A A B A C B B
Que s. 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105
Ans. A D D A C D A A C D B D A B D
Que s. 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
Ans. D C D B B A A A D D B A B A B

PART-I (1 Mark)
MATHEMATICS

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 1 2
x2  x3 
1.  
 
7 r r
 1  2
 2  3
General term = (– 1) Cr  x 
r 7
× x 
   
7 r 2r
Tr + 1 = (– 1) Cr r 7
x 2 x3
7 r 2r

= (– 1) Cr r 7
x 2 3
213r  4r
= (– 1) Cr r 7
x 6
21r
= (– 1) Cr r 7
x 6
21 r
For the coefficient of x4, =4
6
21 + r = 24
r = 24 – 21
r=3
 T3 + 1 = (– 1)3 7C3
765
=–1×
32
= – 35.

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z z
2. 
z z = 1 and | z | = 1
Let z = x + iy
Then, z = x – iy
|z|= x2  y2 = 1
or x2 + y2 = 1
x  iy x  iy

x  iy x  iy = 1

x 2  y 2  2ixy  x 2  y 2  2ixy
=1
x2  y2

2( x 2  y 2 )
=1
x2  y2
2x2 – 2y2 = x2 + y2
x2 = 3y2
x=± 3y
2 2
Now, x +y =1
3y2 + y2 = 1
4y2 = 1
1
y2 =
4
1
y=±
2

3
Then, x = ±
2

3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1
 Different complex number are : z = +i ,z= –i ,z=– + i and z = – –i .
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3. Let A– 1 = B
Therefore AB = 
35 37   1 0
A   =  
 41 43  0 1
R1
R1 
35

 37   1 
 1 35   35 0
A   =  0 1
41 43   
R 2  R 2  41R1

 37   1 
1 35   35 0 
A  12  =  41 
0    1
 35   35 

35
R2   R2
12

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 1 
 37   35 0 
 1
A  35  =  41 35 
  
0 1   12

12 

37
R1  R1  R2
35

 43 37 
 1 0   12 12 
A   =  41 35 
0 1   
 12 12 

 43 37 
 12 12 
A =  41 35 
  
 12 12 

  43 37 
12 A =  
 41  35 
det (12A) = | 43 × 35 – 41×37|
= 1505 – 1517
= – 12.

1 2
4. Given : n
n 1
2 =
6

1  3  5  ...  ( 2n – 1)
1
n 1
3
 23  33  .....  n3

n2

 n (n  1)
n 1
2 2

4
 (n  1)
n 1
2

 1 1  
4  1  2
n 1
2

3
 .........   1
2
 

 1 
4   n 2
 1
n 1 

 2 
4  6  1 .
 
 

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5. 4ax2 + xy + 4y2 = 0
2h
m1 + m2 =
b
1
m1 + m2 =
4
a
m 1m 2 =
b
4a
m 1m 2 = =a
4
Given : m2 = m12
1
m 1 + m 12 =
4
4m12 + 4m1 = – 1
4m12 + 4m1 + 1 = 0
(2m1 + 1)2 =0
1
m1 =
2
m1 m2 = a
m1 × m12 = a
m 13 = a
3
  1
  =a
 2 
1
 a= .
8

6. y = 2x2 + x – 2

## Let point A is (t1, 2t12 + t1 – 2 ) and point B is (t2, 2t22 + t2 – 2)

Given : Mid point of AB is (0, 0)
t1  t 2
So, = 0  t1 + t2 = 0
2
2 2
2t 1  t 1  2  2t 2  t 2  2
=0
2
2(t12 + t22) + (t1 + t2) – 4 = 0
2[(t1 + t2)2 – 2t1t2] + 0 – 4 = 0
2[0 – 2t1t2] = 4
– 4t1t2 = 4
t1 t2 = – 1
(t1 – t2)2 = (t1 + t2)2 – 4t1t2
= 0 – 4(– 1)
=4
t1 – t2 = 2.
Distance AB :
2 2
AB = ( t 1  t 2 ) 2  ( 2t 1  t 1  2  2t 2  t 2  2)2

2 2 2
AB = ( t1  t 2 )2  2( t1  t 2 )  ( t1  t 2 )
 
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2
AB = ( 2)2  2( t 1  t 2 )( t1  t 2 )  ( t 1  t 2 )

2
AB = 4  2(0)  ( 2)

AB = 44 = 8=2 2.

7.

0, – c
4
3x
+
4y

1 (1, 1)
+
c
=
0

1 1
1
–c , 0
3

## Perperndicular from (1, 1) on line 3x + 4y + c = 0

34c
=1
9  16
|7+c|=5
7+c= ±5
c=–5–7
c = – 12
| c | = 12.

R P
8. p cos2   + r cos2  
2 2

s(s  r ) s(s  p)
p +r
pq qr

s
= [s – r + s – p]
q

s
= [2s – r – p]
q

s
= [p + q + r – r – p]
q
=s
pqr
= .
2

## 9. 3cos2x sin2x – sin4x – cos2x = 0

 3(1 –sin2x) sin2x – sin4x – (1 – sin2x) = 0
 3 sin2x – 3sin4x – sin4x –1 + sin2x = 0
 – 4sin4x + 4sin2x – 1 = 0
 4sin4 – 4sin2x + 1 = 0
 (2 sin2x – 1)2 = 0
 2sin2x = 1

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1
 sin2x =
2
1
 sinx = ±
2
 sin x has 4 solution in the interval [0, 2].

1  1
10. = sin–1  
2 4

1 1
sin2 =  2sincos =
4 4
1
 sincos =
8
Value of : 64sin + 64cos – 8sec – 8cosec + tan + cot
 sin  cos  
= 64(sin + cos) – 8 (sec + cosec)+   
 cos  sin  
2 2
 1 1   sin   cos  
= 64(sin + cos) – 8    +
 cos  sin    sin  cos  

 sin   cos   1
= 64(sin + cos) – 8   +
 sin  cos   sin  cos 

(sin   cos )
= 64(sin + cos) – 8 +8
1/ 8
= 64(sin + cos) – 64 (sin + cos) + 8
= 8.

 lim   1 2  1  n  1 
11. L = nlim  x 0  x sin   x sin 2   ....  x sin n 
 
  x x   x 

 1  1   1 
L = nlim  lim x sin  lim x 2 sin 2   .........  lim x n sin n 
  x 0
 x x 0 x  x 0  x 

L = nlim

0  0  0  .......... .  0
L=0

 x 3 for x  1
12. f(x) =  2 
ax  bx  c for x  1
f’(x) = 3x2 = 2ax + b
[f”(x)] x = 1 = 6x = 2a
 6 = 2a
a = 3.
13. f(x) = x3 – 3ax2 + b
f’(x) = 3x2 – 6ax
For the f(x) to be increasing f’(x) > 0.
3x2 – 6ax > 0
3x (x – 2a) > 0
(x – 2a) > 0 [ x > 0]
x > 2a
So, a  0.

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3
 
14.  xcos 2 x  xdx
1

2 3
   
= cos 2 x  1dx +
  2 cos 2 x  2dx
1
  2

2 3
     
 sin 2 x 1   sin 2 x  2 
     
=    + 2  
 2   2 
2
1

2 4
= [1  0]  [1  0]
 
6
= .

1
15. Let A = {(2n + 1) (2n + 2) ------- (2n + n)}1/n
n

1  ( 2n  1) ( 2n  2) ( 2n  3 ) ( 2n  n) 
log A = lim log  .....
n n   n n n n 

1 lim  1  2  2  n 
log A = n
log  2  n  2  n  2  n ..... 2  n 
n  
     
1

## log A =  log( 2  x )dx

0
1
log A = x log( 2  x) x  2 log(2  x) 0
log A = [log 3 – 1 + 2 log 3 – 2 log2]
log A = [log 3 – loge + log 9 – log4]
log A = [log (27/4e)]
A = (27/4e).

16. V1 + V2 + V3 = 0

V1  V2 = ?

V1  V2 = – V3

V1  V2 . V1  V2 =  V3 .  V3    
2 2 2
V1 + V2 + 2V2 . V2 = V3

1 + 1 + 2V2 . V2 = 1

2V2 . V2 = – 1

1
V2 . V2 =
2

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2 2 2
V1  V2 = V1 + V2 – 2 V1 . V2

1
=1+1–2×
2
=1+1+1=3
2
 V1  V2 =3

V1  V2 = 3.

## 17. Total number of possible cases = 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10

Favourable cases = {(H T T H T),(T H T H T ), (T T H H T ), (T T T H H)}
Total number of favourable cases = 4
4
 p(4th toss is a head) =
10

2
= .
5
18. a + b + c = even
Case 1 : All taken are even :  5C3 = 10

## Case 2 : One even + 2 odd : 5C1 × 5C2 = 50

Total = 10 + 50 = 60.

## 19. 2log(x – 2y) = logx + logy

log(x – 2y)2 = log(xy)
(x – 2y)2 = xy
x2 + 4y2 – 4xy = xy
x2 + 4y2 – 5xy = 0
x2 – 4xy – xy + 4y2 = 0
x(x – 4y) – y (x – 4y) = 0
(x – y)(x – 4y) = 0
x = y (N.P.), x = 4y
x
y = 4.

## 20. Let x, y and z are 2n, n2 – 1 & n2 +1.

Let x = 2n, y = n2 – 1 and z = n2 +1.
Option (A) : 2 does not divide x .
Clearly 2 divides x. So option (A) is not true.
Ex : 8, 15 and 17 are pythogorean triplet. 2 divides 8.
Option (B) : 2 does not divide z(x + y)
(n2 + 1)(2n + n2 – 1) which is an odd number so, 2 does not divides z(x + y).
 So, option (B) is true.
Option (C) : 4 divides x + y + z
Ex : 5, 12, 13 are the pythogorean triplet.
Clearly 5 + 12 + 13 = 30, and 4 does not divides 30.
So, option (C) is not true.
Option (D) : 8 divides x + y + z
Ex : 8, 15, 17 are the pythogorean triplet.
Clearly 8 + 15 + 17 = 40, and 8 divides 40.
 So, option (B) is true.

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PHYSICS
21. By work energy theorem, W = K
mgh – wf = 0
wf = mgh

z2 4
22. E = –13.6 × 2 = – 13.6 × = 54.4eV Ans (D)
n 1

2E

23. E

VFB
deflected in –x direction (Ans.B)

P
P1 P2

I 45º
I
25. 90º

## By Malus's law, I=cos245º

initensity after P1
I
I = Icos245 =
2
initensity after P2
I1 I
I2 = cos245 = Ans : B
2 4

26. Due to inertia ballon displace in the direction of motion of the bus.

## 27. (D) As for hydrogen like atom

1  1 1
 R.z 2  2  2  (Here z = 1, same for deuterium and hydrogen)
  n1 n2 

1
So, will be same for deuterium as that for hydrogen.

P
28. Bulk modulus, B = 
 V 
 
 V 
As in isothermal process, PV = K
On differentiating, PdV + VdP = 0
V P

V P
 P
Hence B =   P  = P

 P 

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2
29. From brewster’s law tan = 
1

## 30. Cheaking dimensionally all the formula

1/ 2
g L  g  [MLT  2 ] [L1T  2 ] 
 [L] 2   [L2 T  2 ] and    = [L2T–2] (dimension of v2)
2 T    [L] [ML3 ] 

## 2 [M1L1T 2 ][L1]

 = [L2T–2]
 [L][ML3 ]
Only (A) option is correct dimensionally

33. As v & d depends on frame of referance but change in KE and hence heat does not depend.

## 34. V>> 2gr

B

B
x C
36. A 2v
v
2v

 2v 
vB = v0 1 
 c 

 v
vC = vo 1 
 c 

 2v cos  
VA = V0 1  
 c 
VA > VC > VB (Answer : C)

## 37. By dalton's law of partion pressure. (Ans : D)

KQ
38. Ein = 0 Eout =
r2
KQ KQ
Vin = = const. Vout =
R r
X is for electric field versus distance graph
Y is for potential versus distance graph
Ans. is (B)

kq
39. Enet = 2 [ x]
( x  y 2 )3 / 2
2

2kq
Enet =
x2

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CHEMISTRY

## 41. For weak acid [H+] = C

[H+] = 0.1 × 0.1
[H+] = 10–2
pH = –log[H+]
pH = –log[10–2]
pH = 2

O
42. N  it has two donor side [O & N]

O

43. H3O+
sp3 hybridisation, due to presence of 1 lp
structure is trigonal pyramidal.

## 45. (D) Ba > Ca > Mg > Be

Solubility increases down the group due to increase of size of cation.

Zeff  I E 

F Be F
µ=0

## 48. [NiCl4]2– is tetrahedral.

nh
50. mvr = where n = 1, 2, 3 -------
2

## 52. p-nitrophenol -o-nitrophenol m-nitrophenol

–I & –M –I & –M ( intramolecular H-bond) –I

## 54. (A) CH – O – COR + 3NaOH 3RCOONa + CH – OH

Salt of fatty acid
CH – O – COR CH2 – OH
glycerol

## 55. (B) Branching  surface area 

vanderwaals’ forces b.p. 

11
11
56. (C) Zn/NaOH
Zn/NaOH
2 NO2 N=N

## 58. CH3 – CH2 – CH(OH) – COOH

OH

COOH
59. (C) [contains phenolic group]

–  & –M
60. (B) stability of carbanions 
  & M

PART-II (2 Mark)
MATHEMATICS

81. ab = 2 (a + b)

ab 1

ab 2

1 1 1
  ...... (i)
a b 2
bc = 3( b + c)

bc 1

bc 3

1 1 1
  ...... (ii)
b c 3
ca = 4( c + a)

ca 1

ca 4

1 1 1
  ...... (iii)
c a 4

 1 1 1 1 1 1
2      
a b c  2 3 4

1 1 1 643
  
a b c 24

1 1 1 13
   ...... (iv)
a b c 24
From (i) and (iv)
c = 24

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12
From (ii) and (iv)

24
a=
5
From (iii) and (iv)

24
b=
7
So, value of 5a + 7b + c
= 24 + 24 + 24 = 72.

82. x2 + ax + b = 0
 +  = – a,  = b
x4 + ax3 + cx2 + dx + e = 0
Roots are  + ,  – , –  +  and –  – 
Sum of roots = – a
 + +  – –  + –  – = – a
a = 0   + = 0
Sum of roots taken two at a time = + c
( + ) ( – ) + ( – ) (– + ) + (– + )(– – ) + (– – ) ( + ) + ( + ) (– + ) + ( – )
(– + ) = c
0 – ( + )2 + 0 + 0 + 0 – ( + )2 = c
– 2( – )2 = c
– 2[2 +  2 – 2] = c
– 2[( + )2 – 2 – 2] = c
– 2[– 4] = c
c = 8
c = 8b  0
Product of roots taken three at a time = – d
( + ) ( – ) (– + ) + ( + ) (– + )(– – ) + (– – ) ( + ) + ( + ) (– + ) (– + ) (– +
) = – d
0+0+0+0=–d
d=0
Product of roots = e
( + )( – )(– + )(– – ) = e
e=0
So, c = 0 is the false statement

83.
y = 3x

Q
y = 2x
P

PQ = 5
Let point Q is (x, 3x)

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Given QP = 5 and QP  line 2x – y = 0

2x  3 x
=5
4 1

x= 5 5

Therefore point Q is ( 5 5 , 15 5 )

2 2
 OQ = 5 5   15 5 
= 125  1125

= 1250

= 25 2
 In OPQ
OQ2 = OP2 + PQ2
2
25 2  = OP2 + (5)2

1250 – 25 = OP2
OP2 = 1225
OP = 35 cm.

B s(s  b)
84. cot =
2 (s  c )(s  c )

C s(s  b)
cot =
2 ( s  a)(s  b)

B C s(s  b) s(s  c )
 cot cot =
2 2 (s  a)(s  c ) (s  a)(s  b)

B C s 2 (s  b)(s  c )
cot cot =
2 2 (s  a)2 (s  b)(s  c )

B C s2
cot cot =
2 2 ( s  a) 2

B C s
cot cot =
2 2 sa
Given : b + c = 3a

abc a  3a
s= = = 2a.
2 2

B C 2a 2a
 cot cot = = = 2.
2 2 2a  a a

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85.
D C

A B

AC
Given : AE = EF = FC =
3
Let, AB = BC = CD = DA = x
Then, AC = 2x
Let BE = a
In AEB

2x 2
 x 2  a2
9
cos 45º = 2x
2 .x
3

11x 2
 a2
1 9
= 2 2x 2
2
3

2x 2 11x 2
= – a2
3 9

11x 2 2x 2
a2 = –
9 3

11x 2  6 x 2 5x 2
a2 = =
9 9

5
a= x
3

5x
Similarily BF = a = .
3
In BEF

5x
BE = BF =
3

2x
and EF =
3

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BE 2  BF 2  EF 2
cos =
2BE  BF

5 x 2 5 x 2 2x 2
 
9 9 9
cos = 5x 5x
2 
3 3

8x 2
9 8 4
cos = = = .
10 x 2 10 5
9

3
 tan = .
4

86.
D x x
C

A B
2007

## v = Volume of box = (2007 – 2x)2 × x

dv
= 2(2007 – 2x)(– 2x) + (2007 – 2x)2
dx
= (2007 – 2x)[– 4x + 2007 – 2x]
= (2007 – 2x) (2007 – 6x)
For the maximum volume
dv
=0
dx
(2007 – 2x)(2007 – 6x) = 0
2007 2007
x= or x =
2 6

d2 v
= (2007 – 6x) (– 2) + (2007 – 2x) (– 6)
dx 2
= – 4014 + 12x – 12042 + 12x
= 24x – 16056

 d2 v 
  2007
 dx 2  2007 = 24 × – 16056
 x 6
6

## = 8028 – 16056 < 0

2007 669
 Volume is maximum when x = = cm.
6 2

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87. S = y2 – 4x
S (0, 2) = 4, S (1/2, 5/2) = 25/4 – 2 = 17/4, S (5/2, 9/2) = 81/4 – 20/2 = 41/4 and S (1, 3) = 9 – 4 = 5
It is clear that (0, 2) is closest to parabola y2 = 4x.
88.

e
or or
e 2
2 e 2
I<0 I<0
J>0 J<0 J<0
So, I and J can be both negative but not both positive.
1 1 1
89. |z1 z2 + z2 z3 + z3z1| = |z1z2z3|  
z1 z 2 z 3

## = z1  z2  z3 [ |z1| = |z2| = |z3| ]

= |z1 + z2 + z3|.

90. So, the angles will be 99, 108, ....., 153, 162
Sum of largest two angles = 153 + 162 = 315.

PHYSICS

91. Rotational inertia does not depend on speed so rotational inertia of the cylinder about its axis will be

1
MR2.
2

## 92. Air column is closed at one end, so fundamental frequency

v 330
n=  = 125 Hz
4 4  66  10  2
n1 : n2 : n3 ....... = 1 : 3 : 5 ...........
So, possible frequencies are
125, 375, 675, 875, 1125 (> 1kHz)
So only possible frequenceies are 3.

## 93. Time period of pendulum on the surface of the earth

T0 = 2p 2 ........(i)
g

 d
At a depth d, g = g  1   and  = 1   
 R 
So new time period,

 (1  )  1   d 
T = 2 = 2 = (1+ )½ (1– d/R)–½ = 1    1  
g g(1  d / R)  2   2R 

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94. For first darkness,

6  10 7
d sin =  sin =  0.3  = 17º
2  10  6

T 
t= = LC
4 2

## 96. For insulated material capacity,

0 A
C = (d  a  a /  )
r

But of metal, r = 

0 A
So, C =
(d  a)

## 97. Amax = g (block and piston remains together)

A2 = g

g g
Amax = 2 =
 4 2 f 2

 
98. z = 0, as P and E in same direction

dE dE
 105 F = P = 10–7 × 105 = 10–2 N
dZ dZ
99. Inside the atom,
kz e
Electric field due to +v charge , E(r) =
r2

ze r
Due to –ve charge, E(r) = –K
r3

ze  1 r 
So, E(r) =  2  3 r<R
4  0  r R 
For out side atom
Qnet = 0
E(r) = 0 r>R

100. Q = cPT

f  f 
=   1 RT =   1 PV
 2   2 

f  Q 10.61
  1 = 
 2  PdV 1.01 10 5  3  10  5
f = 4.3
So, gas is a mixture of mono and diatomic molecules.

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CHEMISTRY

101. Br2 * *
CH2 = CH – CH – CH2 – CH3 CH2 – CH – CH – CH2 – CH3

Br Br Br Br

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CH2Br CH2Br
H – C – Br Br – C – H
H – C – Br Br – C – H

## CH2 – CH3 CH2 – CH3

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CH2Br CH2Br
H – C – Br Br – C – H
Br –C – H H – C – Br

CH2CH3 CH2CH3

P
102.

V
according to above graph P  V

## 103.  Molarity of acetic acid = 0.1 M [Suppose volume of acetic acid = x]

 no. of millimoles present in x ml of acetic acid = 0.1x
 Molarity of sodium acetate = 0.2
 no. of millimoles present in 10 ml of sodium acetate = 0.2 × 10 = 2
[Salt]
pH = pKa + log
[ Acid]
2
4.91 = 4.76 + log 10  x [  total volume = (10 + x) ml]
0.1x
10  x
2
0.15 = log
0.1x
0.15 = log20 – logx
0.15 = 1.3010 – logx
logx = 1.151
x = antilog (1.151)
x = 14.16 ml
x  14.2 ml

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104. Ba(OH)2 + SO2  BaSO3 + H2O
(White ppt.)
Ba(OH)2 + SO3  BaSO4 + H2O
(White ppt.)
BaSO3 is soluble in dil HCl but BaSO4 is not soluble in dil HCl . After filteration , filtrate contains BaSO3
Br2 + H2O  2HBr + O
(Bromine water)
BaSO3 + O  BaSO4
White ppt

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105. 
V
according to question given potential energy = kinetic energy
1
eV = mv2 ----- (1)
2
P2
eV = [ P = mv]
2m
h2 h
eV = 2 [ p = ]
 2m 
2
h
2 =
2meV
h
=
2meV
 e, m, h are constants
1
so  
V

## 106. Kb = 0.52 k Kg mol–1 (given)

Tb = 0.052 K (given)
m = given
1000 K b w 0
 Tb =
mW

w0 Tb  m
It means we can calculate = 1000K ---------------- (i)
W b

## Relative lowering of vapour pressure of water

Po – Ps w M
 Po = 0 × ------(ii)
W m
M = molecular mass of water = 18
m = given
w0
= by equation (i)
W
so we can calculate relative lowering of V.P. of water by equation (ii)
n
osmotic pressure  = ST
V
But V is unknown, so we can’t find out the value of osmotic pressure.
1000 K f w o
freezing point depression Tf =
mW
But value of Kf is not given so we can’t calculate the magnitude of freezing point depression.

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107. Test of Nitrogen
Organic compound no ppt. Nitrogen
Fused with Na + FeSO4 observed absent
+ FeCl3
Test of sulphur
Organic compound fused violet S present
with Na + sodium nitroprusside colour
observed
Thus according to question organic compound contains sulphur only.

(CH3CO)2O
108.
Br2/CH3COOH
CH3 CH3 CH3
(I) Br
(II)

H2O/H+

NH2

CH3
Br
(III)

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