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NARAYANA IIT ACADEMY

INDIA
Sec: Jr.IIT-IZ-CO-SPARK Date: 22-08-15
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 pm Max.Marks: 360

Name of the Student: ___________________ I.D. NO:


IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Immediately fill in the particulars on this page of the Test Booklet with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen. Use of
pencil is strictly prohibited.
2. The test is of 3 hours duration.
3. The Test Booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum marks are 360.
4. There are three parts in the question paper A, B, C consisting of Physics , Mathematics and Chemistry having
30 questions in each part of equal weightage. Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for correct response.
5. Candidates will be awarded marks as stated above in instruction No. 4 for correct response of each question.
(1/4) (one fourth) marks will be deducted for indicating incorrect response of each question. No deduction from
the total score will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet.
6. There is only one correct response for each question. Filling up more than one response in any question
will be treated as wrong response and marks for wrong response will be deducted accordingly as per
instruction 5 above
22-08-15_ Jr.IIT-IZ-CO-SPARK _Jee-Main_WTM-12_Weekend Syllabus

PHYSICS
Rotation of rigid body about fixed axis: Derivation of τ =Iα, Moment of inertia, applications of τ
=Iα(including pulley - block problems(50%) (ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF A RIGID BODY IS
EXCLUDE4) Rotation: Torque, Equilibrium, Kinematics of Rotation of rigid body about fixed axis of
rotation, angular momentum of a particle(50%)

MATHS:
Complete Functions

CHEMISTRY
Alkali Metals : General introduction, electronic configuration and general trends in physical and
chemical properties of elements, anomalous properties of the Li, diagonal relationship of Li with Mg,
Preparation and properties of some important compounds –Oxides, peroxides, hydroxides, carbonates,
bicarbonates, chlorides and sulphates of sodium, potassium, Biological significance of Na & K (50 %)
& Alkaline Earth Metals: General introduction, electronic configuration and general trends in physical
and chemical properties of elements, anomalous properties of the Be, diagonal relationship of Be with
Al, Preparation, properties and industrial applications of some important compounds - Oxides,
peroxides, hydroxides, carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides and sulphates of Magnesium and Calcium,
plaster of paris and cement; Biological significance of Mg and Ca (50%) [Strictly NCERT Level]
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PHYSICS
1. A rod length l slides down along the inclined wall as shown in figure. At the instant
shown in figure the speed of end A is v, then the speed of B will be

v sin  v cos 
1) v sin  2) 3) v cos  4)
sin  sin  cos  cos 
R
2. A small disc of radius is removed from a circular disc of radius R mass 9M. The
3
moment of inertia plane of the remaining disc about an axis perpendicular to the plane
of the disc and passing through O is

40 37
1) 4MR2 2) MR 2 3) 10MR 2 4) MR 2
9 9
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3. AB and CD are two identical rods each of length l and mass m joined to form a cross.
The moment of inertia of these two rods about a bisector of the angle between the rods
is

ml 2 ml 2 ml 2 2ml 2
1) 2) 3) 4)
6 3 12 3
4. A disc is rotating with an angular velocity 0 . A constant retarding torque is applied on
0
it to stop the disc. The angular velocity becomes after n rotations. How many more
2
rotations will it make before coming to rest?
n n
1) 2) 3) n 4) 2n
2 3
5. A ring of radius R is first rotated with an angular velocity 0 and then carefully placed
on a rough horizontal surface. The coefficient of friction between the surface and the
ring is . The time after which its angular speed is reduced to half is

1) 0  R 2) 0 g 3) 20 R 4) 0 R
2g 2 R g 2 g
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6. A uniform disc of radius R lies in x-y plane with its centre at the origin. Its moment of
inertia about z-axis is equal to its moment of inertia about the line y  x  c. Then c
equals
R R
1) R 2)  3)  4)  R
2 2 4

7. A cord is wound round the circumference of wheel of radius r. The axis of the wheel is
horizontal and moment of inertia about its axis is I. A weight mg is attached to the end
of the cord and is allowed to fall from rest. The angular velocity of the wheel, when the
weight has fallen through a distance h, is
2gh 2mgh 2 mgh
1) 2) 2
3) 4) 2gh
I  mr I  mr I  2mr 2

8. At some instant, a particle is moving along a straight line 2 x  3 y  2 and its co-ordinates
on that line are (4, 2). Now at another instant the same particle is moving along a
straight line 3x  4 y  7 and its co-ordinate are (1, 1). The co-ordinates of the axis about
which it is in pure rotation are
8 16 5 6 30 35 50 61
1)  ,  2)  ,  3)  ,  4)  , 
9 9  17 17
   17 17   17 17 

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 
9. Two particles A and B are moving with constant velocities v1  1ms 1 j and v 2  2ms 1i
respectively in XY plane. At time t = 0, the particle A is at co-ordinates (0, 0) m and B
is at (-4, 0)m. The angular velocity of B with respect to A at t = 2s is
1
1) rads 1 2) 1 rads-1 3) 2 rads-1 4) 4 rads-1
2
10. A particle is moved in a circle with a constant angular velocity. Its angular momentum is
L. If radius of the circle is halved keeping the angular velocity same, the angular
momentum of the particle will become
L L
1) 2) 3) L 4) 2L
4 2
11. Two men A and B are carrying a uniform bar of length L on their shoulders. The bar is
1
held horizontally such that A gets   th load. If A is at one end of the bar, the distance
4
 

of B from that end is


L L 2L 3L
1) 2) 3) 4)
3 2 3 4

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12. A thin rod of mass m and length 2l is made to rotate about an axis passing through its
centre and perpendicular to it. If its angular velocity changes from 0 to  in time t, the
torque acting on it is
ml 2 ml 2 ml 2 4ml 2
1) 2) 3) 4)
12t 3t t 3t
13. A balance is made of a rigid rod free to rotate about a point not at the centre of the rod.
When an unknown mass m is placed in the left hand pan, it is balanced by a mass m1
placed in the right hand pan, and similarly when the mass m is placed in the right pan, it
is balanced by a mass m2 in the left hand pan. Neglecting the masses of the pans, m is

1 1 m12  m22
1)  m1  m2  2) m1m2 3) m12  m22 4)
2 2 2

14. Let I be the moment of inertia of a uniform square plate about an axis AB that passes
through its centre and is parallel to two of its sides. CD is a line in the plane of the plane
that passes through the centre of the plate and makes an angle  with AB. The moment
of inertia of the plate about the axis CD is then equal to

1) I 2) I sin 2  3) I cos2  4) I cos 2  
2

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15. Masses of 1g, 2g, 3g, …. 100g are suspended from the 1cm, 2cm, 3cm, …. 100cm
marks of a light metre scale. The system will be supported in equilibrium at
1) 60cm 2) 67cm 3) 55cm 4) 72cm
16. A uniform rod PQ of length L is hinged at one end P. The rod is kept in the horizontal
position by a massless string tied to point Q as shown in the figure. If the string is cut,
the initial angular acceleration of the rod will be

g 2g 2g 3g
1) 2) 3) 4)
L L 3L 2L
17. A cube of mass m and side a is moving along a plane with constant speed v0 as shown
in figure. The magnitude of angular momentum of the cube about z-axis would be

mv0 3mv0b a
1) 2) 3) mv0  b   4) None of these
2 2  2
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18. A solid sphere of mass 5kg and radius 1m after rotating with angular speed w0  40 rads 1

is placed between two smooth walls on a rough ground. Distance between the walls is

slightly greater than the diameter of the sphere. If the coefficient of friction between the

sphere and the ground is   0.1, then the sphere will stop rotating after time

1) 8s 2) 12s 3) 16s 4) 20s

19. A uniform thin wire of length l and mass m is bent to form of a rectangular frame ABCD

AB
with  2 . The moment of inertia of this wire frame about the smaller side is
BC

6 2 6 7 2 7
1) ml 2) ml 2 3) ml 4) ml 2
81 217 81 162

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3R
20. Assuming the centre of mass of a hemisphere to lie at a height from the base, the
8
radius of gyration of a solid hemisphere of mass M and radius R about an axis parallel to
3
the diameter at a distance R from this plane is given by
4

5R 5R 2
1) 3R 2) 3) 4) R
10 4 8 5

21. The density of a sphere of M, radius R, varies with distance r from its centre as
 r
  0 1   , where 0 is a positive constant. The moment of inertia of this sphere
 R

about its diameter is


22 44 MR 2 20 MR 2 66 MR 2
1) MR 2 2) 3) 4)
105 105 105 105

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22. A wheel rotates around a stationary axis so that the rotation angle  varies with time as
  at 2 , where a  1.5rads 2 . The magnitude of net acceleration of the point A at the rim
2
at the moment t  s if the linear velocity of the point A at this moment is v  2ms 1 is
3

1) 3ms2 2) 4ms2 3) 5ms2 4) 1ms 2


23. Find the tension in the system shown. Assume that the cylinder remains straight and the
strings are same.

Mg Mg Mg
1) Mg 2) 3) 4)
3 4 6
24. A uniform disc of radius R lies in x-y plane with its centre at origin. Its moment of
inertia about the axis x = 2R and y = 0 is equal to the moment of inertia about the axis y
= d and z = 0, then d equals to
4R R 17 R 15
1) 2) 3) R 13 4)
3 2 2

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25. A uniform cylinder of mass m, radius R is spinned about its axis to the angular velocity
0 and then placed into a corner, see the figure. The coefficient of kinetic friction

between the corner walls and the cylinder is . The normal reaction imparted by the wall
on the cylinder is N, the angular acceleration of the cylinder is  and the number of
turns accomplish by the cylinder before stopping is n0 .

The value of n0 is

1)
1   2  02 R
2)
1   2  02 R
 1    g 8 1    g

3)
 
8 1   2 02 R
4)
 
3 1   2 02 R
 1    g  1    g

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A thin rod AB of mass M, length a has a variable mass per unit length 0 
 a  x
26. , where
a

x is the distance measured from the end A and is rod p0 is a constant. The rod is freely
pivoted at A.
The moment of inertia of the rod about an axis passing through A and perpendicular to
AB is
7 Ma 2 5 Ma 2 1Ma 2 1Ma 2
1) 2) 3) 4)
18 18 12 18

27. A thin horizontal uniform rod AB of mass m and length l can rotate freely about a
vertical fixed axis passing through its end A. At a certain moment the end B starts
experiencing a constant force F which is always perpendicular to the original position of
the stationary rod and directed in the horizontal plane.
The angular velocity of the rod as a function of its rotation angle  counted relative to
the initial position is
F sin  3 F sin  4 F sin  6 F sin 
1) 2) 3) 4)
ml ml ml ml

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28. A uniform rod AB of mass m = 2kg and length l = 1m is placed on a sharp support O
such that a = 0.4m and b = 0.6m. A spring of force constant k = 600 Nm-1 is attached to
end B as shown in figure. To keep the rod horizontal, its end A is tied with a thread such
that the spring is elongated by 1cm. The reaction of support O, in N, at the instant thread
is burnt is

1) 10N 2) 20N 3) 30N 4) 40N

29. A uniform solid cylinder of mass m and radius a starts rotating from rest freely about its
axis of symmetry under the action of a constant torque 4mga. The angular velocity of
the cylinder at t = 4s from the start is
32g 16g 8g 4g
1) 2) 3) 4)
a a a a

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30. A uniform slender bar is released from rest in the horizontal position as shown in figure.
The maximum angular acceleration  is
l
x
G

g 2 g 5 g 3 g 6
1) 2) 3) 4)
l l l l

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MATHEMATICS
  1 
31. Let f be a function defined as f  x   | x |    when
 | x | 
1 1
x  , n  N and f  x   0 when x  , n  N ,
n n
1
 x denotes integral part of x  . If x 
n
then f  x  is

1)0 2) 1 3) n 4) 1/n
32. A real valued function f  x  satisfies the functional equation

f  x  y   f  x  f  y   f  a  x  f  a  y  where a is a given constant and

f  0   1, then f  2a  x  

1)  f  x  2) f  x  3) f  a   f  a  x  4) f   x 
1
33. If f :    is defined by f  x   x   x   for x  , ( where  x  is the greatest integer not
2
1
exceeding x) then  x   : f  x    is
 2

1)Z the set of all integers 2)  the set of all natural numbers
3)  the empty set 4)  the set of real numbers
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  x3  1, x  0  x  1 , x  1
34. If f  x    2
, g  x    1/2
then  gof  x  
 x  1, x  0  x  1 , x  1

1) x 2) x 2 3) x3 4) 1

35. If f : R  R is suchthat f  x  y   kxy  f  x   2 y 2 for all x, y  R and f 1  2, f  2   8 then

f  20   f 10 

1)600 2) 300 3) 60 4) 200

9x  1   2   1995 
36. If f  x   then f  f   ...  f 
9x  3  1996   1996   1996 

1)997 2) 997.5 3) 998 4) 998.5

2  x   x
37. The range of f  x   is  where[.]is greatest integer function 
1  x   x

1)  0,1 2)  2,   3) 0,1  1, 2  4) R

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tan 2 x
38. The domain of the function f  x   is
6 cos x  2sin 2 x
 
1) R   2n  1 : n  Z  2) R   2n  1 : n  Z 
 2   4 

   
3) R    2n  1 : n  Z    2n  1 : n  Z  4)None
 4   2 

39. If f :    is defined by f  x    2 x   2  x  for x   , (where  x is the greatest integer

not exceeding x ) then the range of f is

1)  x   : 0  x  1 2) {0,1} 3)  x   : x  0 4)  x   : x  0

2 | x | 
The domain of f  x   Cos 1 
1
40.    log10  3  x   is
 4 

1)[-2,6] 2)  6, 2    2,3 3) [-6,2] 4) [-2,2)  (2,3)

41. The number of solutions of cos 3 x  1  2 3 2cos x  1 on  0, 2  is

1)1 2) 3 3) 2 4) 4

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 x 1 
42. The range of f  x   sin -1  2  is
 x 2

 
1)  0,  / 2  2)  0,  / 6  3)  / 6,  / 2  4)  , 
3 2
 

43. If f  x  is a polynomial function satisfying f  x  f 1/ x   f  x   f 1/ x  and f  3   28, then

f  4  is equal to

1)63 2) 65 3) 17 4) 126

44. If f  x   ax 7  bx3  cx  5, (a,b,c are real constants ) and f  7   7, then the range of

f  7   17 cos x is

1)[-34, 0] 2) [0, 34] 3) [-34, 34] 4)  , 34  34,  

e x  e| x|
45. The range of the function f : R  R given by f  x   is
e x  e| x|

1)  ,   2)  0,1 3)  1, 0  4)  1,1

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46. Let f : R  0,  be defined by f  x   tan 1  x 2  x  a  . Then the set of values of a for
 2

which f is onto is
1 1
1)  0,   2)  2,1 3)  ,   4)  
4
  4

n  n  1
47. The period of the function f  x    x    2 x   3x    4 x   ....   nx   x, n  N , is (where
2
[.] represents greatest integer function)
1 1
1) n 2) 1 3) 4)
n 2
48. Let g  x   f  x   1. If f  x   f 1  x   2, x  R then g  x  is symmetrical about
1 1
1)Origin 2) the line x  3) the point (1,0) 4) the point  , 0 
2 2  
   
sin 2 x sin 2  x   cos x cos x  
 3   3
49. The period of the function f  x  c is (where c is constant)

1)1 2) 3)  4) Indeterminate
2

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50. The function f satisfies the functional equation 3 f  x   2 f    10 x  30 for all real
 x 1 

x  1 , The value of f  7  is

1)8 2)4 3) -8 4) 11
51. The domain of f  x   2{x}2  3{x}  1 , (where {.} denotes the fractional part) in [-1,1], is
1 1 1
1)  1,1   ,1 2)  1,    0,   {1}
2
   2  2

1 1
3)  1,  4)   ,1
 2  2 

 1  x2 
52. The range of f  x   cos 1  2
  2  x is
 2x 

 
1) 0,1   2) 0,1    3) 1,1   4) 1,1   
 2  2

53. If f  2 x  3 y, 2 x  7 y   20 x, then f  x, y  equals

1) 7 x  3 y 2) 7 x  3 y 3) 3 x  7 y 4) x  ky

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54. Let f : R  R and g : R  R be two one –one and onto functions such that they are the
mirror images of each other about the line y  a. If h  x   f  x   g  x  , then h  x  is
1)One-one and onto 2) only one-one and not onto
3) only onto but not one-one 4) neither one-one nor onto
55. If f : R  N  0 , where f ( area of triangle joining points P  5, 0  , Q 8, 4  and R  x, y  such
that angle PRQ is a right angle) = number of triangles, then which of the following is
not true ?
1) f  5   4 2) f  7   0 3) f  6.25   2 4) f  x  is onto
ab  1  1  bc  1  1  ca  1 
56. If a,b,c have the same sign, then Cot 1    Cot    Cot  
 ab   bc   ca 

1)0 2)  / 2 3)  4)  or 2
n
 2m 
 Tan 1  m4  m2  2  
57. m 1

1) Tan 1  n 2  n  1 2) Tan 1  n 2  n  1

 n2  n 
3) Tan 1  2  4) none of these
 n n2

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58. The number of positive integral pairs  x, y  satisfying the equation
y 3
Tan 1 x  Cos 1  sin 1 is
2
1 y 10

1)2 2) 1 3) 0 4) 3
 1 x2  
59. Number of solutions of the equation Sin 1    sec  x  1 is
 2x  2

1)0 2) 2 3) infinite 4) 1
60. The sum of the infinite series

1  2 1   3 2   n  n 1 
Sin 1  Sin 1  1
  Sin 
1
  ....  Sin    ....is
2  6   12   n  n  1 
 
  
1) 2) 3) 4) 
4 3 2

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CHEMISTRY
61. Among the following for which one lattice energy is least

1) Na2O 2) Na2O2 3) Rb2O 4) Rb2O2

62. Among the following which one is most stable?

1) NaF 2) NaCl 3) NaBr 4) NaI

63. Among the following for which one melting point is highest

1) LiCl 2) NaCl 3) KCl 4) CsCl

64. Among the alkali metals, most reactive element with hydrogen, among the alkaline earth

metals, the least reactive element with hydrogen are respectively

1) Cs,Be 2) Cs,Ba 3) Li,Ba 4) Li,Be

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65. Assertion (A): From BeCO3 to BaCO3 thermal stability increases.
Reason (R) : From Beryllium to Barium, difference in the lattice enthalpy of carbonates
and monoxides increases
1) (A) and (R) are true, (R) is correct explanation for (A)

2) (A) and (R) are true, (R) is not correct explanation for (A)

3) (A) is true, (R) is false 4) (A) is false, (R) is true

66 . Among the following wrong statement is

1) White metal which is used to make bearings of motor engines is made up of lead and
calcium

2) Liquid sodium is used as a coolent in fast breeder nuclear reactors

3) KOH is used in making soft soaps

4) Cesium used in devising photoelectric cells

67. Which one of the following is a mild antiseptic for skin infections?

1) NaOH 2) Na2CO3 3) NaHCO 3 4) Na2SO4

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68. Which one of the following gives basic carbonate precipitate with Na2CO3 but gives
carbonate precipitate on heating with NaHCO3

1) BaCl2 2) SrCl2 3) CaCl2 4) MgCl2

69. Among the following metals which one is more abundant in our body?

1) Na 2) K 3) Fe 4) Cu

70. Among the following metals which one can participate easily in the process
M(s)M+(aq)+e-

1) Li 2) Na 3) Rb 4) Cs

71. Assertion (A) : Sodium reacts with water more vigorously than that of lithium.

Reason (R) : In the reaction with water, G 0 value is more negative for sodium than that
of lithium

1) (A) and (R) are true, (R) is correct explanation for (A)

2) (A) and (R) are true, (R) is not correct explanation for (A)

3) (A) is true, (R) is false 4) (A) is false, (R) is true


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72. The following metals in pure ammonia solutions are evaporated. Which gives their
hexaammoniates?
a) Rb b) Cs c) Ca d) Sr
The correct answer is
1) a,b,c and d 2) only b and c 3) only a,b 4) c and d only
73. Among the following which one is insoluble in caustic soda solution?

1) Al 2) Sn 3) Mg 4) Be(OH)2

74. Composition of foam fire extinguisher is

1) NaHCO 3+H 2SO4 2) NaHCO 3+Sand

3) Na2CO3+Al2(SO 4)3 4) Na2CO3+H2SO 4

75. Among the following incorrect statement is

1) Specially prepared CaCO3 is extensively used in the manufacture of high quality


paper
2) Copper- magnesium alloy is used in the preparation of high strength springs
3) Ca(OH)2 is used in white wash due to its disinfectant nature
4) Radium salts are used in the treatment of cancer

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76. Among the following which can be crystallised as anhydrous salt from aqueous solution

A) BaSO 4 B) Ba(NO3)2 C) SrSO 4 D) KCl

The correct answer is

1) A only 2) A and B 3) A,B,D only 4) A,B,C and D

77. In which one of the following three centered two electron bond is absent

1) BeH 2 2) (MgMe2)n 3) BeCl2 4) (BeMe2)n

78. Arrange the following in the increasing order of their solubulities in water

a) Na2CO3 b) K2CO3 c) CaCO3 d) MgCO3

1) c  d  b  a 2) a  b  c  d 3) b  a  d  c 4) a  d  b  c

79. For which of the following type of compounds, down the group solubility in water and
thermal stability increases

1) Carbonates of alkaline earth metals 2) Fluorides of alkali metal

3) Halides of lithium 4) Hydroxides of alkaline earth metals

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80. Which one of the following is absent in cement

1) Dialuminum silicate 2) Dicalcium silicate

3) Tricalcium silicate 4) Tricalcium aluminate

81. Correct statement among the following is

1) All enzymes that utilises ATP in phosphate transfer required calcium as cofactor

2) An adult body contains more amount of magnesium than the amount of calcium

3) Calcium concentration in plasma is regulated by calcitonin and parathyroid hormone

4) Bones are inert and unchanging substances

82. Among the following for which one covalent character is maximum?

1) LiCl 2) NaCl 3) MgCl2 4) CaCl2

83. In water, hydrated Be2+ cation; [ Be( H 2O) 4 ]2 , acts as

1) an acid 2) a base 3) amphoteric 4) neither acid nor base

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84. Among the following which one is more soluble in water?

1) NaOH 2) KOH 3) Mg(OH)2 4) Ca(OH)2

85. Which one of the following to be stored in the atmosphere of carbon dioxide gas

1) BeCO3 2) MgCO3 3) CaCO3 4) BaCO3

86. Some statements about BeCl2 are given below


a) In solid state hybridization of beryllium is sp3
b) It fumes in the moistured air
c) In its aqueous solution, hybridization of beryllium is sp3
d) It dimeric form is planar
Correct statement is/are
1) only a 2) only a and b 3) only a, b, d 4) a, b, c, d
87. Alkaline earth metals have different crystal lattice structures. It causes irregularity in

1) Metallic radius 2) melting point

3) Percentage of abundance 4) ionisation enthalpy

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88. Among the following for which one standard oxidation potential
( E 0 M / M 2 For alkaline Earth Metals or E 0 M / M  For alkaline Metals ) is highest

1) Na 2) K 3) Mg 4) Ca

89. Which of the following is/are exothermic?


a) Setting of cement b) Setting stage of plaster of paris
c) Slaking of lime d) Dissolution of NaOH in water
Correct statement is
1) Only c 2) Only a, c 3) Only a, c, d 4) a, b, c, d
90. Strictly speaking, which one of the following is not an alkaline earth metals
1) Be 2) Ca 3) Sr 4) Ba

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