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LEVEL – II
TOPIC: Organic Chemistry & Inorganic Chemistry

READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY

1. The test is of 1 hour duration.


2. The maximum marks are 210.
3. This test consists of 52 questions.

SECTION – A (Single Answer Type) Negative Marking [-1]

This Section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices A), B), C) and
D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. (Mark only One choice) 10 × 4 = 40 Marks

1. Which of the following -bonds participate in hyperconjugation?


1 V
H
H CH3

II
H IV
III

a. I and II b. I and V c. II and V d. III and IV


B
Sol.  ‘H’ atom of C = C bond take part in Hyperconjugation.
2. The most stable carbanion among the following is:
– – –
CH2
– CH2 – CH2 CH2 CH2

a. b. c. d.

NO2 CH3
A
Sol. Electron withdrawing group on benzene will stabilize carbon anion
3. The correct order of stability of the following carbocations is

+
+ + +
a. (CH3)2CH > (CH3)3C > Ph3C >

+
b. > Ph3C+ > (CH3)3C+ > (CH3)2CH+

+
c. Ph3C+ > > (CH3)2CH+ > (CH3)3C+

 +
d. (CH3)3C+ > (CH3)2 C H > > Ph3C+

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B

Sol. =Tropylium ion is aromatic due to positive charge, therefore most stable

4. What product results from the complete Hydration of limonene, the structure of which is given below:

Limonene
OH
OH OH

a. OH
b. OH
a. OH
b. a. OH
OH
b. OH

OH
OH OH

c. OH d.
c. HO d. c.
c. d. OH
OH
OH
OH OH
OH OH OH OH
C
HO
Hydration
OH
Sol. Markovnikoff
addition of water

5. In the reaction,
CH = CH – CH3 + HBr  Product ‘X’, X is:

a. CH2 – CH – CH3 b. CH – CH2 – CH3


Br Br

c. CH2 – CH – CH2Br d. CH – CH – CH3

Br Br
B
Br

HBr Br
Sol. CH = CH – CH3 CH – CH2 – CH3 CH – CH2 – CH3

Stable
carbocation

6. 
Formula of Zeolite is M x AlO2 SiO 2
n
x 4
 
ZH2O. If x = 4 and metal is Ca+2, what will be formula of

zeolite

a. Ca2[(AlO2)2 (SiO2)y]ZH2O b. Ca[(AlO2)2 (SiO2)y]ZH2O


c. Ca3[(AlO2)2 (SiO2)y]ZH2O d. None
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 
D
Sol. Formula M x ( AlO2 ) x (SiO 2 ) y  H2O
n
Negative charge on anion is equal to number of Aluminium atom. M is metal ion and ‘n’ is charge of
metal ion (M) e.g. if x = 4. Charge on anion will be 4 and number of calcium ion will be two. Correct
formula is Ca2[(AlO2)4(SiO2)y]ZH2O
7. Hydride of boron occurs as B2H6 but B2Cl6 does not exist. This is because

a. p-d back bonding is possible in B2H6 but not in B2Cl6


b. boron and hydrogen have almost equal values of electronegativity
c. boron and chlorine have almost equal atomic sizes
d. small hydrogen atoms can easily fit in between boron atoms but large chlorine atoms do not.
D
Sol. Trihalides of B are electron deficient compounds and do not exist as dimers. B2H6 has different type
of bonding [3C, 2e– bond] in which two H atoms act as bridged atoms.
8. Which of the following statements is incorrect in the context of silicones?

a. They are more stable to heat than other polymers.


b. They are strong water repellents and good electrical insulators, and have nonsticking and
antifoaming properties.
c. The strength and inertness of the silicones are due to a stable silicalike skeleton of
Si – O – Si – O – Si and very high bond energy of Si – O bonds.
d. Silicones are water soluble
D
Sol. Due to water repellant alkyl group silicone are insoluble in water.
9. Which is the final product in following Reaction
(i) NBS (2 mol)
P
(ii) alc. KOH, 
(iii) AlCl3; CH3CH2Cl
(iv) NBS
(v) NaNH2
CH3CH2 CH = CH2 C  CH

CH2 – CH2 – Br
a. b. c. d.

Br Br
B
Br CH2CH3 CH – CH3 HC = CH2

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)


Sol.

Br
10. Which of the following is correct match.

Common Name IUPAC name


a. Isopentane 3-Methylpentane
b. Toluene 1,2-Dimethyl benzene
c. Isobutyl chloride 1-Chloro-2-methylpropane

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d. Neopentane 2-Methylbutane
C
CH 3
|
Sol. Neopentane = CH 3  C  CH 3 ; 2,2 - Dimethylpr opane
|
CH 3
CH3
|
Isopentane = CH 3  C H  CH 2  CH 3  2  Methylbu tan e
Toluene = methyl benzene
CH3
|
Isobutylchloride = CH 3  C H  CH 2  Cl  1  Chloro  2  Methylprop ane

SECTION – B (Assertion & Reason) Negative Marking [-1]

This Section contains 9 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices A), B), C) and
D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. (Mark only One choice) 9 × 4 = 36 Marks

(a) If both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.
(b) If both assertion and reason are true and reason is not correct explanation of assertion
(c) If assertion is correct but reason is incorrect
(d) If assertion is incorrect but reason is correct

 
1. Assertion: 3° carbocation [(CH 3 )3 C] is more stable than 2° carbocation [(CH 3 )2 CH ] and 2°

carbocation is more stable than the 1° carbocation (CH 3 CH 2 ) .
Reason: Greater the number of hyperconjugative structures, more is the stability of carbocation.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


A
Sol. Both assertion and reason are correct and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.
2. Assertion: Cyclopentadienyl anion is much more stable than allyl anion.
Reason: Cyclopentadienyl anion is aromatic in nature.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


A
3. Assertion: IUPAC name of the compound CH 3  C  C  CH  C  CH  CH 3 is 3-ethyl-4-
| |
CH3 CH2  CH3
methylhept-2-en-5-yne
Reason: Double bond and side chain is given preference over triple bond if both gets same position.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


A
4. Assertion: Nitration of Benzene followed by Chlorination with Cl2 & FeCl3 give meta
chloronitrobenzene.
Reason: Nitro group on benzene will deactivate Benzene for electrophilic attack.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


B
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5. Assertion – 1: Zeolite, which is hydrated sodium aluminium silicate is used as water softner.
Reason – 2: The sodium ions in anionic part of zeolite are exchanged with calcium and magnesium
ions when hard water is passed through it.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


C
Sol. Sodium ions are not present in its anionic part.
6. Assertion (A): BF3 is a weaker Lewis acid than BCl3
Reason (R) : BF3 molecule is stabilized to a greater extent than BCl3 by P- P bonding.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


A
7. Assertion (A): In Borax, all the four Boron atoms are sp2 hybridised.
Reason (R): Formula of Borax is Na2[B4O5(OH)4].8H2O.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


D
Sol. Two Boron are sp2 & two are sp3 hybridised.
8. Assertion: Reaction of H2O2 with ozone is not a redox reaction, it is mutual Reduction of both.
Reason: Ozone is better oxidizer than H2O2

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


D
9. Assertion: 1,3-Dichloropropadiene and penta-2,3-diene have Geometrical Isomerism.
Reason: Both the molecules have non-planer structure.

a. (a) b. (b) c. (c) d. (d)


D
Cl Cl CH3 CH3
Sol. C=C=C & C=C=C are nonplaner molecule so will not show
H H
H H

Geometrical isomerism. But are optically active, due to dissymmetry.

SECTION – C (Comprehension Type) Negative Marking [-1]

This Section contains 2 Comprehension. Each of these questions has four choices A), B), C) and D)
out of which ONLY ONE is correct. 7 × 4 = 28 Marks

Comprehension – 1
Boron is extremely hard, low density solid with high melting point. Boron is a rare element mainly
exist as Borax. Boric acid etc. Borax is most important compound of Boron. It is sodium salt of
tetraboric acid. Boric acid is weak monobasic acid.

1. Which of the following is correct statement for Borax


(i) It has two triangular & two tetrahedral units
(ii) It has 10 water of crystallization
(iii) On heating it form transparent Bead of NaBO2 & B2O3
(iv) Its aqueous solution is Basic
(v) It contain two six membered heterocyclic rings and five B – O – B bond.

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a. (i), (ii), (iii) b. (i), (iii), (iv), (v) c. (iii) & (iv) d. (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v)
B
Sol. Borax have 8 H2O of crystallisation
2. Heating of Boric acid at 100°C will form

a. Meta boric acid b. Tetraboric acid c. B2O3 d. Borate


A

Sol. H3BO 3 HBO 2  H2O
3. B2H6 is a Lewis Acid. It form addition compound with Lewis Base. It can have either symmetrical or
unsymmetrical cleavage. Diborane have unsymmetrical cleavage with.

a. CO b. CH3 – O – CH3 c. NH3 d. all


C
Sol. Unsymmetrical cleavage
Low 
B2H6  2NH 3 [BH2 (NH 3 )2 ] [BH 4 ] B3N3H6  H2
temp.
With CO + B2H6  2BH3CO (symmetrical cleavage)

Comprehension – 2
The elements of group 1 describe, more clearly than any other group of elements, the effects of
increasing the size of atoms or ions on the physical and chemical properties. The chemical and
physical properties of the elements are closely related to their electronic structures and sizes. These
metals are highly electropositive and thus form very strong bases, and have quite stable oxo-salts. In
the manufacturing of sodium hydroxide, chlorine and sodium carbonate, the sodium chloride is used
as starting material.

4. Sodium hydroxide is manufacture by the electrolysis of brine solution. The reaction by-products are:

a. Cl2 and H2 b. Cl2 and Na – Hg c. Cl2 and NaCl d. Cl2 and O2


A
Sol. NaCl (conc.) Na+ + Cl –
H2O H + OH–
+

At cathode : 2H+ + 2e–  H2


At anode: 2Cl–  Cl2  + 2e–
Na+ + OH–  NaOH
5. Identify the correct statements in the compounds of IIA group.
I. Solubility of hydroxides increases from Ca to Ba.
II. Solubility of carbonates decreases from Ca to Ba
III. Solubility of sulphates decreases from Ca to Ba
IV. Thermal stability of carbonates increases from Ca to Ba

a. I, II and III only b. I, II, III and IV c. II and IV only d. I and IV only
B
6. The solubility of the fluorides and hydroxides of alkaline earth metals increases on descending the
group because the

a. lattice energy of the compounds increases more rapidly than the hydration energy
b. lattice energy of the compounds decreases more rapidly than the hydration energy
c. size of the metals decreases on descending the group
d. ionization energy of the metals increases on descending the group.
B

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7. CaO on heating with carbon produces an ionic compound (A), which on hydrolysis give a
hydrocarbon gas (B) but on strong heating with nitrogen gas, form a compound (C) which is Isostere
of CO2. Compound ABC are

A B C A B C
a. CaCO3 CH4 Ca(CN)2 b. CaC2 C2H2 CaCN2
c. CaC2 C2H2 Urea d. Ca2C3 C3H4 NH3
B
(A)
CaO  C  CaC 2  CO
Sol. 
N2
| HOH
|  CH  CH  Ca (OH)2
CaCN 2  C 
(B)
( C)

[N = C = N]–2; Cyanamide ion
It is isostere of CO2 & on hydrolysis give urea.

SECTION – D (More than One Answer Type) No Negative Marking

This Section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices A), B), C) and
D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct. 10 × 5 = 50 Marks

1. Which of the following are electrophiles?


a. BF3 b.  CCl 2 c. NH4 d. IΘ
A,B
H
|
Sol. H  N H  Complete octet, not electrophilic.
|
H
2. Which of the following alkane cannot be prepared by hydrogenation of alkene by Ni + H2.

CH3 CH3
| |
a. CH 3  C H  CH 3 b. CH 3  C  CH 3
|
CH3
CH3
|
c. CH4 d. CH 3  C H  CH 2  CH 3
B,C
3. Which of the following give same alkane on decarboxylation.

a. CH 3  C H  CH 2  COOH b. CH 3  C H  COOH
| |
CH3 CH3
c. CH3 – CH2 – CH2COOH d. CH 3  CH  CH 2  CH 2  COOH
|
CH3
B,C
Sol. Both will form propane

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4. CH3I  CH4
Above conversion can be achieved by:

a. Zn/H+ b. Red P + HI c. Mg (ether) then H2O d. Na + dryether


A,B,C
Na
 CH3MgBr 2 CH4; CH3I   CH3 – CH3
Mg H O
Sol. CH3 – Cl 
5. In which of the following molecules  NO2 group is not coplanar with phenyl ring?

O O O O O O O O
N N N N
H3C CH3 I I

a. b. c. d.
H3C CH3
C,D
Sol. Steric hindrance due to larger size of – CH3 and – I.
6. Which of the following statements regarding hydrogen peroxide is(are) incorrect?

a. The two hydroxyl groups in hydrogen peroxide lie in the same plane.
b. Aqueous solution of H2O2 turns blue litmus red.
c. When H2O2 behaves as a reducing agent, the O – O bond in its molecules is not broken down.
d. Aqueous solution of H2O2 is stored in plastic bottles and some urea, phosphoric acid or glycerol
is added to that solution.
A,B
Sol. H2O2 has non-planer structure; H2O2 is stored in plastic Bottle
7. Which of the following is correct as indicated

a. PbX2 > GeX2 > SnX2 > SiX2 (stability of dihalide)


b. SiH4 > GeH4 > SnH4 > PbH4 > CH4 (ease of hydrolysis)
c. PbCl4 > SnCl4 > GeCl4 (oxidising power)
d. Na2SO4 > CaSO4 > BeSO4 (thermal stability)
B,C,D
Sol. (A) Stability of dihalide increases  group due to inert pair effect.
PbX2 > SnX2 > GeX2 > SiX2
(B) Ease of hydrolysis will be maximum in 3rd period element due to easy octet and  group further
decreases. CH4 cannot be hydrolysed due to absence of vacant ‘d’ orbital.
(C) Down the group a stability of tetrahalide decreases therefore oxidising power increases.
(D) gp I sulphate are more stable &  group stability increases.
8. Which of the following statement is true for compound B3N3H6

a. It is an aromatic compound b. Both B & N are sp2 hybridised


c. It is isostere of benzene d. It is more reactive than Benzene
A, B, C, D
9. Which of the following statements is correct?

a. Boron carbide is a covalent carbide


b. Boric acid is a Lewis acid.
c. Boron sequioxide, B2O3, is anhydride of Boric acid
d. Orthoboric acid undergoes Intramolecular hydrogen bonding
A, B, C
Sol. Orthoboric acid has intermolecular hydrogen bonding
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Orthoboric acid has intramolecular hydrogen bonding
10. Pick out the incorrect statement.

a. BO 33 ion is triangular planar in which boron is sp2 hybridised.


b. Boric acid require cis diol for its titration with base.
c. In dimeric form boron hydrides are not electron deficient
d. Diborane is a non combustible gas.
C,D
Sol. Boron hydrides are e– deficient & diborane is combustible

SECTION – E (Matrix Type) No Negative Marking

This Section contains 3 questions. Each question has four choices (A, B, C and D) given in
Column I and five statements (p, q, r, and s) in Column II. 8 × 3 = 24 Marks

1. Match the following (More than One Match)

Column– (Group) Column–II (Effect on Benzene ring)


(A) – NHCOCH3 (p) Activating
(B) – CH = CH2 (q) Deactivating
(C) O (r) Ortho-para directing
||
– C  OR
O
(D) || (s) Meta directing
 S R
||
O
Sol. A  (p), (r); B  (p), (r); C  (q), (s); D  (q), (s)
2. Match Column – I with Column – II
Column – I Column – II
(A) CH3 – CH2 – O – CH2CH3 and (p) Tautomers
CH3 – O – CH2 – CH2 – CH3
(B) CH3CHO & CH2 = CH – OH (q) Metamers
(C) CH3COOH and HCOOCH3 (r) Functional Isomers

CH3 CH3 CH3 H


(s) Geometrical Isomers
(D) and
C=C C=C
H H H CH3

Sol. A  Q; B  P & R; C  R; D  S

3. Match the particular given in column (I) with the compound(s) in column (II).

Column I Column II (Preparation)


(A) Solvay process (P) NaCl
(B) Evolve CO2 – on heating (Q) Na2O2
(C) Aqueous solution is neutral towards litmus (R) NaHCO3
(D) Oxone (S) Na2CO3
Sol. A  r, s; B  r; C  p; D  q
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(A) & (B)
NH3 + H2O + CO2  (NH4)2CO3
(NH4)2CO3 + CO2 + H2O  2NH4HCO3
NH4HCO3 + NaCl  NaHCO3 + NH4Cl

2NaHCO 3 Na 2CO 3  CO 2  H2O
(C) The solutions of Na2CO3 and NaHCO3 in water are alkaline in nature and thus turn the litmus
paper blue.
(D) The commercial name of sodium peroxide is oxone which is used for the manufacture of oxygen
gas
Na2O2 + H2O  2NaOH + 1/2O2

SECTION – F (Integer Type) No Negative Marking

This Section contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a Single Digit Integer ranging
from 0 to 9. (8 × 4 = 32 Marks)

Cl2/h
1.
Find out number of monochlorinated products (including stereoisomers) which are possible in the
above reaction:
Sol. 3 Cl
Cl2
+
hv
Cl
2. Which of the following groups on Benzene ring will make it meta directing:
O
CH 3 O O
|  ||   ||
– C  N; N ;  C  CH 3 ;  OH;  C  N H2 ;  N H2 ;  C H ;
O | 
CH 3
O
||
 C  Cl ; – Cl;
O O O
|| || ||
Sol.6; CN, NO2, – C(CH3)3;  C NH 2 ;  C  H;  C  Cl
3. How many of the following will show Geometrical Isomerism.
CH3 CH3
CH2 = CH2; C=C ;
CH3 – CH = CH – CH3; H C  CH  CH 3 ;
|
H3C CH3 Cl

H C  CH ; 1,2,-dimethyl cyclopropane; CH3 – CH2 – CH3;


| | H
Cl Cl Cl  C
CH3 ;
CH3 – CH = CH2 Br
Sol. 4 H H
CH3 – CH = CH – CH3; CH  CH  CH 3 ; CH  CH ;
| | |
Cl Cl Cl CH3 CH3

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4. How many disubstituted Isomer are possible for Inorganic benzene Borazine
Sol. 4
X X X

B B BH B
HN NX HN NH XN N–X HN NH
; ; ;
HB BH H–B B–X H–B B–H HB BH
N N N N
H H H
X
5. How many of the following are Amphoteric oxides
Al2O3; BeO; GeO; SnO2; PbO2; PbO; CaO; SiO2; B2O3; CO; MgO; Li2O
Sol. 6
Al2O3; BeO; GeO; SnO2; PbO2; PbO
6. How many of the following compounds are more reactive than Benzene in electrophilic substitution
reaction.
Cl CN CH = CH2 SO3H CH3

; ; ; ;

COOH NH – C – CH3

; ;

CH = CH2 CH3 NH – C – CH3


Sol. 4

; ; ;

7. How many of the following will release H2 gas with zinc.


HCl; NaOH; H2SO4(conc.); HNO3; dil. H2SO4; HBr; KOH; steam
Sol. 6
HCl, NaOH, HBr, KOH, steam, dil. H2SO4
8. I. Br2 + 2NaOH  NaBr + X + H2O (cold)
II. Br2 + 6NaOH  NaBr + Y + H2O (hot)
The difference in the oxidation states of Br in X and Y is
Sol. 4; X = NaOBr (+1)
Y = NaBrO3 (+5)
Difference is 4.

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