IIT- JAM Chemistry test Paper, Entrance Test Prepration GATE Notes | EduRev

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Section-B 10
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2 marks.
-C 20 Q.41 to Q.50 1 Mark
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1 mark 1/3 marks
2 marks 2/3 marks
 contains  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), 
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ONLY ONE Q.1 to Q.10 Q.11 to Q.3
Section-B 10
ONE or MORE than ONE
2 marks.
-C 20 Q.41 to Q.50 1 Mark
Q.51 to Q.60 2 Marks
1 mark 1/3 marks
2 marks 2/3 marks
 contains  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), 
for its answer, out of which  is correct. From  carries 1 Marks and 0 
carries 2 Marks each. 
3. contains  Multiple Select Questions(MSQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d) 
for its answer, out of which  is/are correct. For each correct answer you will be 
awarded 
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and  carries  each.  For each NAT type question, the value of  answer in between 0 to 
9.
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result in negative marks. For all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. For 
all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. In Section–B (MSQ),there is no 
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Section-A : Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Q.1 to Q.10: Carry 1 Mark each.
1. A process is carried out at constant volume and at constant entropy. It will be spontaneous if
(a) 0 G ? ? (b) 0 H ? ? (c) 0 U ? ? (d) 0 ? ? A
2. Two ? particles having species S
1
 and S
2
 have kinetic energies 2 MeV and 4 MeV respectively. The
relationship between S
1
 and S
2
 is
(a) 
1 2
2 S S ? (b) 
2 1
S S ? (c) 
1 2
2 S S ? (d) 
2 1
2 S S ?
3.
Speed
F(V)
A
B
C
Identify the speed distribution functions of Ne, Ar, and Kr with the curves in the figure above
(a) Ne-A, Ar-B, Kr-C (b) Ne-B, Ar-C, Kr-A
(c) Ne-C, Ar-B, Kr-A (d) Ne-C, Ar-A, Kr-B
4. The major proudct (P) formed on the following reaction
KMnO
4
/OH
–
PhCHO/H
+
BuLi
(P)
(a) (b) (c) 
OH
OCH
2
Ph
 (d) 
O
O
Ph
H
5. Among the following, the Newman projections of meso-2, 3-butanediol are
Me
H OH
Me
H HO
(A)
Me
H OH
Me
OH H
(B)
Me
HO H
Me
OH H
(C)
OH
Me H
Me
OH H
(D)
(a) A and B (b) A and C (c) C and D (d) B and D
6. The intermediate A and the major product B in the following conversion are
COOH
NH
2 (1) NaNO
2
, HCl
(2) NaOH
A B
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2. Section-A 30
ONLY ONE Q.1 to Q.10 Q.11 to Q.3
Section-B 10
ONE or MORE than ONE
2 marks.
-C 20 Q.41 to Q.50 1 Mark
Q.51 to Q.60 2 Marks
1 mark 1/3 marks
2 marks 2/3 marks
 contains  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), 
for its answer, out of which  is correct. From  carries 1 Marks and 0 
carries 2 Marks each. 
3. contains  Multiple Select Questions(MSQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d) 
for its answer, out of which  is/are correct. For each correct answer you will be 
awarded 
4. Section contains  Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. From  carries  each 
and  carries  each.  For each NAT type question, the value of  answer in between 0 to 
9.
5. In all sections, questions not attempted will result in zero mark. In Section–A (MCQ), wrong answer will 
result in negative marks. For all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. For 
all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. In Section–B (MSQ),there is no 
negative and no partial marking provisions. There is no negative marking in Section –C (NAT) as well.
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Section-A : Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Q.1 to Q.10: Carry 1 Mark each.
1. A process is carried out at constant volume and at constant entropy. It will be spontaneous if
(a) 0 G ? ? (b) 0 H ? ? (c) 0 U ? ? (d) 0 ? ? A
2. Two ? particles having species S
1
 and S
2
 have kinetic energies 2 MeV and 4 MeV respectively. The
relationship between S
1
 and S
2
 is
(a) 
1 2
2 S S ? (b) 
2 1
S S ? (c) 
1 2
2 S S ? (d) 
2 1
2 S S ?
3.
Speed
F(V)
A
B
C
Identify the speed distribution functions of Ne, Ar, and Kr with the curves in the figure above
(a) Ne-A, Ar-B, Kr-C (b) Ne-B, Ar-C, Kr-A
(c) Ne-C, Ar-B, Kr-A (d) Ne-C, Ar-A, Kr-B
4. The major proudct (P) formed on the following reaction
KMnO
4
/OH
–
PhCHO/H
+
BuLi
(P)
(a) (b) (c) 
OH
OCH
2
Ph
 (d) 
O
O
Ph
H
5. Among the following, the Newman projections of meso-2, 3-butanediol are
Me
H OH
Me
H HO
(A)
Me
H OH
Me
OH H
(B)
Me
HO H
Me
OH H
(C)
OH
Me H
Me
OH H
(D)
(a) A and B (b) A and C (c) C and D (d) B and D
6. The intermediate A and the major product B in the following conversion are
COOH
NH
2 (1) NaNO
2
, HCl
(2) NaOH
A B
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(a) A is a carbocation and B is 
COOH
(b) A is a carbocation and B is 
NH
2
(c) A is a free radical and B is (d) A is a benzyne and B is 
7. A bond ? ? between two p
x
 orbital containing one unpaired electron each when they approach each other
appropriately along
(a) x-axis (b) y-axis (c) z-axis (d) both (b) and (c)
8. In the cluster ? ? ? ?
3
9
Co CH CO ? ?
? ?
 obeying the 18 electron rule, number of M-M bond and bridging ligands
respectively, are
(a) 3 and 1 CH (b) 0 and 3 CO (c) 3 and 1CO (d) 6 and 1 CH
9. How many moles of P
4
O
10
 will react with one mole of water
(a) 2 moles (b) 6 moles (c) 1/3 moles (d) 1/6 moles
10. Two isomers are obtained for Pt(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
, while only one isomer is obtained for Ni(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
. This is
because
(a) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal
(b) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal as well as coordination number
(c) the two complexes differ in their coordination number
(d) the two complexes differ in their coordination geometry
Q.11 to Q.30: Carry 2 Marks each.
11. A compound contaning Zn, Al and S crystallises with a closest packed array of sulphide ions. Zinc ion are
found in one-eight of the tetrahedral holes and aluminium ions in one half of the octahedral holes. The
empirical formula of the compound is
(a) 
2 4
ZnAl S (b) 
2 2 4
Zn Al S (c) 
4 2
ZnAl S (d) 
4
ZnAlS
12. The rate constant for the decomposition of N
2
O
5
 as 
2 5 2 4 2
1
N O N O O
2
? ? ? ?
 are 
5
3.46 10
?
?
 and
3
4.87 10
?
?
 at 25ºC and 65ºC respectively. The value of activation energy is
(a) 24.8 kcal / mol (b) 20.8 kcal / mol (c) 30 kcal / mol (d) 18.8 kcal / mol
13. Alkali metal super oxides are obtained by the reaction of
(a) oxygen with alkali metal in liquid ammonia
(b) water with alkali metal in liquid
(c) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metals
(d) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metal in liquid ammonia.
14. Match the IR stretching frequency with the given compound
1
compounds
(I) Heptan-2-one (A)1667
(II) Hexanedioic acid (B)1710
(III) Paracetamol (C)1720
C O
cm ?
?
?
(a) I-B, II-A, III-C (b) I-B, II-C, III-A
(c) I-C, II-A, III-B (d) I-A, II-B, III-C
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2. Section-A 30
ONLY ONE Q.1 to Q.10 Q.11 to Q.3
Section-B 10
ONE or MORE than ONE
2 marks.
-C 20 Q.41 to Q.50 1 Mark
Q.51 to Q.60 2 Marks
1 mark 1/3 marks
2 marks 2/3 marks
 contains  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), 
for its answer, out of which  is correct. From  carries 1 Marks and 0 
carries 2 Marks each. 
3. contains  Multiple Select Questions(MSQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d) 
for its answer, out of which  is/are correct. For each correct answer you will be 
awarded 
4. Section contains  Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. From  carries  each 
and  carries  each.  For each NAT type question, the value of  answer in between 0 to 
9.
5. In all sections, questions not attempted will result in zero mark. In Section–A (MCQ), wrong answer will 
result in negative marks. For all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. For 
all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. In Section–B (MSQ),there is no 
negative and no partial marking provisions. There is no negative marking in Section –C (NAT) as well.
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Section-A : Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Q.1 to Q.10: Carry 1 Mark each.
1. A process is carried out at constant volume and at constant entropy. It will be spontaneous if
(a) 0 G ? ? (b) 0 H ? ? (c) 0 U ? ? (d) 0 ? ? A
2. Two ? particles having species S
1
 and S
2
 have kinetic energies 2 MeV and 4 MeV respectively. The
relationship between S
1
 and S
2
 is
(a) 
1 2
2 S S ? (b) 
2 1
S S ? (c) 
1 2
2 S S ? (d) 
2 1
2 S S ?
3.
Speed
F(V)
A
B
C
Identify the speed distribution functions of Ne, Ar, and Kr with the curves in the figure above
(a) Ne-A, Ar-B, Kr-C (b) Ne-B, Ar-C, Kr-A
(c) Ne-C, Ar-B, Kr-A (d) Ne-C, Ar-A, Kr-B
4. The major proudct (P) formed on the following reaction
KMnO
4
/OH
–
PhCHO/H
+
BuLi
(P)
(a) (b) (c) 
OH
OCH
2
Ph
 (d) 
O
O
Ph
H
5. Among the following, the Newman projections of meso-2, 3-butanediol are
Me
H OH
Me
H HO
(A)
Me
H OH
Me
OH H
(B)
Me
HO H
Me
OH H
(C)
OH
Me H
Me
OH H
(D)
(a) A and B (b) A and C (c) C and D (d) B and D
6. The intermediate A and the major product B in the following conversion are
COOH
NH
2 (1) NaNO
2
, HCl
(2) NaOH
A B
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(a) A is a carbocation and B is 
COOH
(b) A is a carbocation and B is 
NH
2
(c) A is a free radical and B is (d) A is a benzyne and B is 
7. A bond ? ? between two p
x
 orbital containing one unpaired electron each when they approach each other
appropriately along
(a) x-axis (b) y-axis (c) z-axis (d) both (b) and (c)
8. In the cluster ? ? ? ?
3
9
Co CH CO ? ?
? ?
 obeying the 18 electron rule, number of M-M bond and bridging ligands
respectively, are
(a) 3 and 1 CH (b) 0 and 3 CO (c) 3 and 1CO (d) 6 and 1 CH
9. How many moles of P
4
O
10
 will react with one mole of water
(a) 2 moles (b) 6 moles (c) 1/3 moles (d) 1/6 moles
10. Two isomers are obtained for Pt(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
, while only one isomer is obtained for Ni(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
. This is
because
(a) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal
(b) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal as well as coordination number
(c) the two complexes differ in their coordination number
(d) the two complexes differ in their coordination geometry
Q.11 to Q.30: Carry 2 Marks each.
11. A compound contaning Zn, Al and S crystallises with a closest packed array of sulphide ions. Zinc ion are
found in one-eight of the tetrahedral holes and aluminium ions in one half of the octahedral holes. The
empirical formula of the compound is
(a) 
2 4
ZnAl S (b) 
2 2 4
Zn Al S (c) 
4 2
ZnAl S (d) 
4
ZnAlS
12. The rate constant for the decomposition of N
2
O
5
 as 
2 5 2 4 2
1
N O N O O
2
? ? ? ?
 are 
5
3.46 10
?
?
 and
3
4.87 10
?
?
 at 25ºC and 65ºC respectively. The value of activation energy is
(a) 24.8 kcal / mol (b) 20.8 kcal / mol (c) 30 kcal / mol (d) 18.8 kcal / mol
13. Alkali metal super oxides are obtained by the reaction of
(a) oxygen with alkali metal in liquid ammonia
(b) water with alkali metal in liquid
(c) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metals
(d) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metal in liquid ammonia.
14. Match the IR stretching frequency with the given compound
1
compounds
(I) Heptan-2-one (A)1667
(II) Hexanedioic acid (B)1710
(III) Paracetamol (C)1720
C O
cm ?
?
?
(a) I-B, II-A, III-C (b) I-B, II-C, III-A
(c) I-C, II-A, III-B (d) I-A, II-B, III-C
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15. The internal energy of an ideal gas follows the equation U = 3.5 PV + k, where k is a constant. The
gas expands from an initial volume of 0.25 m
3
 to a final volume of 0.86 m
3
. If the initial pressure is
5 N m
–2
, the change in internal energy (in joules) is (given PV
1.3
 = constant)
(a) –1.38 (b) –1.5 (c) 1.38 (d) 1.5
16. The ionisation energy of He
+
 is 19.6×10
–18 
J/atom. The energy of first stationary state of Li
+2
 is
(a) 
17
4.41 10 / J atom
?
? ?
(b) 
17
5.41 10 / J atom
?
? ?
(c) 
17
5.41 10 / J atom
?
?
(d)
17
4.41 10 / J atom
?
?
17. At 18ºC, the mobilities of 
4
NH
?
 and 
4
ClO
?
 ions are 
4
6.6 10
?
?
 and 
4 2 1 1
5.7 10 cm volt s
? ? ?
?
, at infinite
dilution. The equivalent conductance of ammonium perchlorate solution at infinite dilution is
(a) 
2 2 1
1.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
?
(b) 
2 2 1
1.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
? ?
(c) 
2 2 1
2.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
? ?
(d) 
2 2 1
2.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
?
18. Match Column-I with Column-II.
Column-I Column-II
(A) Nucleic acid (P) Synthetic polymer
(B) Protein (Q) Natural polymer
(C) Maltose (R) Glycosidic linkage
(D) Natural rubber (S) Amide linkage
(a) A-P, B-Q, C-R, D-S (b) A-Q, B-S, C-R, D-P
(c) A-S, B-Q, C-P, D-R (d) A-Q, B-P, C-R, D-S
19. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below as Lists.
List-I List-II
(A) CH
2
=CH–CH
2
–Br (1) Benzidine
(B) C
6
H
5
OCOCH
3
(2) Allylic rearrangement
(C) C
6
H
5
–NH–NH–C
6
H
5
(3) Fevorski rearrangement
(D) 
O
Br
(4) Fries rearrangement
(a) A-2, B-4, C-3, D-1 (b) A-2, B-4, C-1, D-3
(c) A-1,B-2, C-3, D-4 (d) A-2, B-1, C-3, D-4
20. The major product (P) formed in the following reaction sequence is
COOH
N
2
Cl
?
Furan ? (i) H
2
, Pd/C
(ii) H
+
H
2
SO
4
160ºC
(P)
(a) 
SO
3
H
(b) 
SO
3
H
OH
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ONLY ONE Q.1 to Q.10 Q.11 to Q.3
Section-B 10
ONE or MORE than ONE
2 marks.
-C 20 Q.41 to Q.50 1 Mark
Q.51 to Q.60 2 Marks
1 mark 1/3 marks
2 marks 2/3 marks
 contains  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), 
for its answer, out of which  is correct. From  carries 1 Marks and 0 
carries 2 Marks each. 
3. contains  Multiple Select Questions(MSQ). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d) 
for its answer, out of which  is/are correct. For each correct answer you will be 
awarded 
4. Section contains  Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. From  carries  each 
and  carries  each.  For each NAT type question, the value of  answer in between 0 to 
9.
5. In all sections, questions not attempted will result in zero mark. In Section–A (MCQ), wrong answer will 
result in negative marks. For all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. For 
all  questions,  will be deducted for each wrong answer. In Section–B (MSQ),there is no 
negative and no partial marking provisions. There is no negative marking in Section –C (NAT) as well.
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Section-A : Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Q.1 to Q.10: Carry 1 Mark each.
1. A process is carried out at constant volume and at constant entropy. It will be spontaneous if
(a) 0 G ? ? (b) 0 H ? ? (c) 0 U ? ? (d) 0 ? ? A
2. Two ? particles having species S
1
 and S
2
 have kinetic energies 2 MeV and 4 MeV respectively. The
relationship between S
1
 and S
2
 is
(a) 
1 2
2 S S ? (b) 
2 1
S S ? (c) 
1 2
2 S S ? (d) 
2 1
2 S S ?
3.
Speed
F(V)
A
B
C
Identify the speed distribution functions of Ne, Ar, and Kr with the curves in the figure above
(a) Ne-A, Ar-B, Kr-C (b) Ne-B, Ar-C, Kr-A
(c) Ne-C, Ar-B, Kr-A (d) Ne-C, Ar-A, Kr-B
4. The major proudct (P) formed on the following reaction
KMnO
4
/OH
–
PhCHO/H
+
BuLi
(P)
(a) (b) (c) 
OH
OCH
2
Ph
 (d) 
O
O
Ph
H
5. Among the following, the Newman projections of meso-2, 3-butanediol are
Me
H OH
Me
H HO
(A)
Me
H OH
Me
OH H
(B)
Me
HO H
Me
OH H
(C)
OH
Me H
Me
OH H
(D)
(a) A and B (b) A and C (c) C and D (d) B and D
6. The intermediate A and the major product B in the following conversion are
COOH
NH
2 (1) NaNO
2
, HCl
(2) NaOH
A B
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(a) A is a carbocation and B is 
COOH
(b) A is a carbocation and B is 
NH
2
(c) A is a free radical and B is (d) A is a benzyne and B is 
7. A bond ? ? between two p
x
 orbital containing one unpaired electron each when they approach each other
appropriately along
(a) x-axis (b) y-axis (c) z-axis (d) both (b) and (c)
8. In the cluster ? ? ? ?
3
9
Co CH CO ? ?
? ?
 obeying the 18 electron rule, number of M-M bond and bridging ligands
respectively, are
(a) 3 and 1 CH (b) 0 and 3 CO (c) 3 and 1CO (d) 6 and 1 CH
9. How many moles of P
4
O
10
 will react with one mole of water
(a) 2 moles (b) 6 moles (c) 1/3 moles (d) 1/6 moles
10. Two isomers are obtained for Pt(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
, while only one isomer is obtained for Ni(NH
3
)
2
Cl
2
. This is
because
(a) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal
(b) the two complexes differ in the oxidation state of the metal as well as coordination number
(c) the two complexes differ in their coordination number
(d) the two complexes differ in their coordination geometry
Q.11 to Q.30: Carry 2 Marks each.
11. A compound contaning Zn, Al and S crystallises with a closest packed array of sulphide ions. Zinc ion are
found in one-eight of the tetrahedral holes and aluminium ions in one half of the octahedral holes. The
empirical formula of the compound is
(a) 
2 4
ZnAl S (b) 
2 2 4
Zn Al S (c) 
4 2
ZnAl S (d) 
4
ZnAlS
12. The rate constant for the decomposition of N
2
O
5
 as 
2 5 2 4 2
1
N O N O O
2
? ? ? ?
 are 
5
3.46 10
?
?
 and
3
4.87 10
?
?
 at 25ºC and 65ºC respectively. The value of activation energy is
(a) 24.8 kcal / mol (b) 20.8 kcal / mol (c) 30 kcal / mol (d) 18.8 kcal / mol
13. Alkali metal super oxides are obtained by the reaction of
(a) oxygen with alkali metal in liquid ammonia
(b) water with alkali metal in liquid
(c) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metals
(d) H
2
O
2
 with alkali metal in liquid ammonia.
14. Match the IR stretching frequency with the given compound
1
compounds
(I) Heptan-2-one (A)1667
(II) Hexanedioic acid (B)1710
(III) Paracetamol (C)1720
C O
cm ?
?
?
(a) I-B, II-A, III-C (b) I-B, II-C, III-A
(c) I-C, II-A, III-B (d) I-A, II-B, III-C
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15. The internal energy of an ideal gas follows the equation U = 3.5 PV + k, where k is a constant. The
gas expands from an initial volume of 0.25 m
3
 to a final volume of 0.86 m
3
. If the initial pressure is
5 N m
–2
, the change in internal energy (in joules) is (given PV
1.3
 = constant)
(a) –1.38 (b) –1.5 (c) 1.38 (d) 1.5
16. The ionisation energy of He
+
 is 19.6×10
–18 
J/atom. The energy of first stationary state of Li
+2
 is
(a) 
17
4.41 10 / J atom
?
? ?
(b) 
17
5.41 10 / J atom
?
? ?
(c) 
17
5.41 10 / J atom
?
?
(d)
17
4.41 10 / J atom
?
?
17. At 18ºC, the mobilities of 
4
NH
?
 and 
4
ClO
?
 ions are 
4
6.6 10
?
?
 and 
4 2 1 1
5.7 10 cm volt s
? ? ?
?
, at infinite
dilution. The equivalent conductance of ammonium perchlorate solution at infinite dilution is
(a) 
2 2 1
1.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
?
(b) 
2 2 1
1.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
? ?
(c) 
2 2 1
2.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
? ?
(d) 
2 2 1
2.187 10 Sm eq
? ?
?
18. Match Column-I with Column-II.
Column-I Column-II
(A) Nucleic acid (P) Synthetic polymer
(B) Protein (Q) Natural polymer
(C) Maltose (R) Glycosidic linkage
(D) Natural rubber (S) Amide linkage
(a) A-P, B-Q, C-R, D-S (b) A-Q, B-S, C-R, D-P
(c) A-S, B-Q, C-P, D-R (d) A-Q, B-P, C-R, D-S
19. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below as Lists.
List-I List-II
(A) CH
2
=CH–CH
2
–Br (1) Benzidine
(B) C
6
H
5
OCOCH
3
(2) Allylic rearrangement
(C) C
6
H
5
–NH–NH–C
6
H
5
(3) Fevorski rearrangement
(D) 
O
Br
(4) Fries rearrangement
(a) A-2, B-4, C-3, D-1 (b) A-2, B-4, C-1, D-3
(c) A-1,B-2, C-3, D-4 (d) A-2, B-1, C-3, D-4
20. The major product (P) formed in the following reaction sequence is
COOH
N
2
Cl
?
Furan ? (i) H
2
, Pd/C
(ii) H
+
H
2
SO
4
160ºC
(P)
(a) 
SO
3
H
(b) 
SO
3
H
OH
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(c) 
OH
SO
3
H
(d) 
SO
3
H
21. The major product (P) formed in the following reaction
N
CH
3
(i) KMnO
4
(P)
H
2
O/ ?
(ii) SOCl
2
(iii) NH
3
(iv) Br
2
/KOH
(a)
N
C
O
NH
2
(b) 
N
NH
2
(c) 
N NH
2
(d) 
N
C
O
Cl
NH
2
22. The major product (P) formed in the following reaction is
SiMe
3
OAc
+
CO
2
Me
?
xylene
OsO
4
H
2
O
(P)
(a) 
OAc
SiMe
CO
2
Me
(b) 
OAc
SiMe
CO
2
Me HO
HO
 (c) 
OAc
SiMe
CO
2
Me HO
HO
(d) 
OAc
SiMe
CO
2
Me HO
HO
23.
NH
2
COOH
HO
(1) AlCl
3
, CH
3
COCl
(2) H
2
O
2
, NaOH
(3) H
3
O
+
P
Product P is
(a)
NH
2
COOH
HO
HO
(b)
NH
2
COOH
HO
C CH
3
O
(c)
NH
2
COOH
O
O
(d)
NH
2
COOH
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