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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2016 Course : VIJETA (JP) NO. 30
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2016
Course : VIJETA (JP)
NO. 30

This DPP is to be discussed in the week (28-09-2015 to 03-10-2015)

DPP No. # 30 (JEE-ADVANCED)

ANSWERKEY

1.

(ACD)

2.

(ABCD) 3.

(A)

4.

(AC)

5.

(C)

6.

(D)

7.

(D)

8.

(B)

9.

12

10.

4

11.

(D)

12.

(B)

13.

(A)

14.

(B)

DPP No. # 30 (JEE-ADVANCED)

Total Marks : 42

One or more than one choice Objective Q.1 to Q.4

Max. Time : 28 min.

(3 marks, 2 min.)

[12, 08]

Comprehension Type(One Option Correct) ('–1' negative marking) Q.5 to Q.7 (3 marks, 2 min.)

[09, 06]

Matching List Type (One Option Correct) ('–1' negative marking) Q.8

(3 marks 2 min.)

[03, 02]

Single Integer Type Questions Q.9 to Q.10

(3 marks 2 min.)

[06, 04]

ChemINFO : 4 Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.11 to Q.14

(3

marks, 2 min.)

[12, 08]

1. Identify the reactions having correct products.

(A*)

08] 1. Identify the reactions having correct products. (A*)  (i) NaOH (excess) (ii) H 

 (i) NaOH (excess)

(ii) H

 (i) NaOH (excess) (ii) H  (B) CCl 3 CHO  (i) NaOH

(B) CCl 3 CHO

 (i) NaOH (excess)

(ii) H

HOOC – CHO

(C*)

(D*)

CH

3

C

||

O

CBr

3

(i) NaOH (excess)

/



(ii) H

CH 3 COOH + CHBr 3

(ii) H  CH 3 COOH + CHBr 3 Corporate Office : CG Tower, A-46 &

fuEu esa lgh mRikn okyh vfHkfØ;kvksa dks igpkfu,A

(A*)

fuEu esa lgh mRikn okyh vfHkfØ;kvksa dks igpkfu,A (A*) (i) NaOH ( )  (ii) H

(i) NaOH (

)
)



(ii) H

(i) NaOH ( )  (ii) H  (B) CCl 3 CHO (i) NaOH ( )

(B) CCl 3 CHO

(i) NaOH (

)
)



(ii) H

HOOC – CHO

(i) NaOH ( ) /  (C*) CH  C  CBr  CH 3
(i) NaOH (
)
/ 
(C*)
CH
C
CBr

CH 3 COOH + CHBr 3
3
3
|| (ii) H
O
(D*)

2. Which of the following products is/are correctly mentioned in the following reactions :

Sol.

Sol.

fuEu esa ls fdl vfHkfØ;k esa cuus okyk mRikn lgh gS \

NaOD

(A*) HCHO 

NaOEt

(C*) HCDO  Cannizaro reaction

HCOONa + CH 3 OD

DCOOEt + DCH 2 ONa

NaOH

(B*) HCDO 

NaOD

(D*) D 2 CO 

DCOONa + CH 2 DOH

DCOONa + CD 3 OD

 OH  fast dsfutkjks vfHkfØ;k OH  
OH

fast
dsfutkjks vfHkfØ;k
OH 

+ +
+
+

fast



H exchange

RCH 2 OH +

+ + fast   H exchange RCH 2 OH +     RCH

RCH 2 OH +

H

RCH 2 OH +     RCH 2 OH + H  3. The

3. The true statement about the major product of

OH + H  3. The true statement about the major product of in reaction with

in reaction with aq. NaOH

followed by heating is.

(A*) It gives yellow ppt with I 2 /OH (C) It shows stereoisomerism

ppt with I 2 / OH (C) It shows stereoisomerism  ;kSfxd ds izfr lgh dFku

;kSfxd ds izfr lgh dFku gSA

(A*) ;g I 2 /OH

ds lkFk ihyk vo{ksi nsrk gSA

(C) ;g f=kfoe leko;ork n'kkZrk gSA

(B) It gives silver mirror with Tollen’s reagent (D) It does not give yellow ppt with 2,4 DNP

dh fØ;k NaOH ls djkus ds i'pkr~ xeZ djus ij cuus okys eq[; mRIkkn

(B) ;g VkWysu vfHkdeZd ds lkFk jtr niZ.k nsrk gSA (D) ;g 2,4 DNP ds lkFk ihyk vo{ksi ugha nsrk gSA

 OH Sol.  
OH
Sol.



4.

The correct statements are :

(x) +

4. The correct statements are : ( x ) + base  (y)  ( z

base



(y)

 (z) +

(ii) Zn/H O

2

(i) O

3

 ( z ) + (ii) Zn/H O 2 (i) O 3 (A*) If (x) is

(A*) If (x) is PhCH=O, then (z) is also PhCH=O

(B) If (x) is PhCH=O, then (y) is Ph—CH=CH—CH=CH—COOH

(C*) If (z) is

PhCH=O, then (y) is Ph—CH=CH—CH=CH—COOH (C*) If (z) is then (y) is (D) x can be

then (y) is

(y) is Ph—CH=CH—CH=CH—COOH (C*) If (z) is then (y) is (D) x can be CH 3
(D) x can be CH 3 —CH=O. lR; dFku gksxsa % (x) +  (y)
(D) x can be CH 3 —CH=O.
lR; dFku gksxsa %
(x) +
 (y)

 (z) +

(ii)

Zn / H O

2

(i) O

3

 ( z ) + (ii) Zn / H O 2 (i) O 3 (A*) ;fn

(A*) ;fn (x) = PhCH=O gS] rks (z) Hkh PhCH=O gksxkA

(B) ;fn (x) = PhCH=O gS] rks (y) = Ph—CH=CH—CH=CH—COOH gksxkA

Sol.

(C*) ;fn (z) = gS] rks (y) = gksxkA (D) x, CH 3 —CH=O gks
(C*) ;fn (z) =
gS] rks (y) =
gksxkA
(D) x, CH 3 —CH=O gks ldrk gSA
base
O
,Zn,H O
3
2
Ph – CH = O +
  Ph – CH =
CH – COOH 
Perkin
y
O
,Zn,H O
3
2


Ph – CHO + OHC – COOH

Comprehension # (Q. 5 to 7)

vuqPNsn # (Q. 5 ls 7)

Observe the following reactions and answer the following questions

fuEu vfHkfØ;kvksa dk voyksdu djds fuEu iz'uksa ds mÙkj nhft, %

dk voyksdu djds fuEu iz'uksa ds mÙkj nhft, % 5. The compound (S) is : ;kSfxd

5. The compound (S) is :

;kSfxd (S) gksxk % (A) (C*)
;kSfxd (S) gksxk %
(A)
(C*)
% 5. The compound (S) is : ;kSfxd (S) gksxk % (A) (C*) (B) (D) 6.

(B)

(D)

The compound (S) is : ;kSfxd (S) gksxk % (A) (C*) (B) (D) 6. The compound
The compound (S) is : ;kSfxd (S) gksxk % (A) (C*) (B) (D) 6. The compound

6. The compound ' T ' can be :

;kSfxd (T) gks ldrk gS %

(A)

' T ' can be : ;kSfxd (T) gks ldrk gS % (A) (B) 7. The

(B)

7. The compound ' X ' is :

;kSfxd (X) gS % (A)
;kSfxd (X) gS %
(A)

(C)

7. The compound ' X ' is : ;kSfxd (X) gS % (A) (C) CH 3

CH 3 –CH 2 –CH=O

(C)

Ph –

CH = O

(D*) CH 3 –CH=O

(B)

(B)

(D*)

(D*)  
 

Sol.

Sol. 8. Match list I (reaction) with II (product) and then select the correct answer from
Sol. 8. Match list I (reaction) with II (product) and then select the correct answer from
Sol. 8. Match list I (reaction) with II (product) and then select the correct answer from
Sol. 8. Match list I (reaction) with II (product) and then select the correct answer from

8. Match list I (reaction) with II (product) and then select the correct answer from the codes given below the lists:

lwph I (vfHkfØ;k) dks lwph II (mRikn) ds lkFk lqesfyr dhft, rFkk lwphc) fd;s x;s dksM ds vk/kkj ij lgh mÙkj dkSulk gSA

List I

(Reactions)

List II

(Product)

lwph&I

lwph&II

(vfHkfØ;k)

(mRikn)

AgNO / NH OH  3 4 NaOH(excess)   KMnO / OH  /
AgNO
/ NH OH

3
4
NaOH(excess)

KMnO
/ OH
 /

4
NaOH / I

2

(P)

(Q)

(R)

(S) Codes dksM :
(S)
Codes dksM :

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

2 ( P ) (Q) ( R ) (S) Codes dksM : (1) (2) (3) (4)
 

P

Q

R

S

P

Q

R

S

(A)

1

3

4

2

(B*)

4

1

3

2

(C)

4

1

2

3

(D)

3

1

4

2

9.

Ans.

Sol.

10.

CH 3 —CH=O + CH 3 CH 2 —CH=O

Total number of aldols including stereoisomers are :

HO

,

mixture of aldols

CH 3 —CH=O + CH 3 CH 2 —CH=O

HO

,

,YMksy dk feJ.k

,YMksyksa dh dqy la[;k ¼f=kfoe leko;oh;ksa dks feykdj½ fdruh gksxhA

12

HO

,

CH 3 —CH=O + CH 3 CH 2 —CH=O

+ + +
+
+
+
+ CH 3 CH 2 —CH=O      + + + Conc, NaOH,

Conc, NaOH,

+ + + Conc, NaOH,         NaOH,  

NaOH,

Products (mRikn)

Find the total number of possible products formed in the above reaction.

mijksDr vfHkfØ;k esa cuus okys lEHko mRikn dh dqy la[;k gSA

Ans. 4 Sol.
Ans.
4
Sol.

+

esa cuus okys lEHko mRikn dh dqy la[;k gSA Ans. 4 Sol. + conc. NaOH, 

conc. NaOH,

       

+ conc. NaOH,          NaOH,   +

NaOH,



      NaOH,   + + Corporate Office : CG Tower,

+

     NaOH,   + + Corporate Office : CG Tower, A-46
     NaOH,   + + Corporate Office : CG Tower, A-46
     NaOH,   + + Corporate Office : CG Tower, A-46

+

ChemINFO-2.6 Chemistry in Every day life

ChemINFO-2.6

Chemistry in Every day life

Daily Self-Study Dosage for mastering Chemistry

Antimicrobials : The chemicals which stop the growth or kill the micro organism such as bacteria, virus, fungi, moulds etc. are called antimicrobials. Antibiotics, antiseptics and disinfectants are antimicrobial drugs. Antibiotics : The chemical produced by micro organism like bacteria, fungi and moulds that inhibit the growth or destroy other micro orgamism causing infectious diseases in men or animal's body are called antibiotics. (Antibiotics have either cidal (killing) effect or a static (inhibitory) effect on microbes)

Bactericidal (killing) Penicillin Aminoglycosides Ofloxacin

Bacteriostatic (inhibitory) Erythromycin Tetracycline Chloramphenicol

Antibiotics which kill (or) inhibit a short range of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria are k nown as Narrow spectrum antibiotics. It effective against a single organism or diseases. They are also reffered to as limited spectrum antibiotics. Eg. Azithromycin, Erythromycin, Pencillin-G etc. Antibiotics which kill or inhibit a wide range of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria are known as Broad Spectrum antibiotics. Eg. Vancomycin, Ofloxacin, Streptomycin, Tetracyclin, Chloramphenicol, Dysidazirine etc. Penicillin : Among six type of penicillin, penicillin-G is most widely used narrow spectrum antibiotic. Ampicillin and amoxycillin are synthetic modifications of pencillin and these are broad spectrum antibiotics. The general formula of penicillin is as shown below :

Penicillin is used for the treatment of pneummonia, bronchitis, wounds etc.

Chloramphenicol : It is broad spectrum antibiotic. It is rapidly absorbed from gastro intestinal tract and hence can be given orally. It is used for the treatment of typhoid, dysentery, pneumonia, meningitis etc.

Dysidazirine : It is supposed to be toxic towards certain strains of cancer cells.

Memorize this theory as soon as you get the DPP. Revise it regularly and master this concept by

11. Which of the following is bactericidal :

(A)

Erythromycin

(B) Tetracycline

(C)

Chloramphenicol

(D*) Ofloxacin

12. Which of the following is bacteriostatic :

(A)

Penicillin

(B*) Tetracycline

(C)

Ofloxacin

(D) Aminoglycosides

13. Which of the following is narrow spectrum antibiotic

(A*) Penicillin-G

(B) Streptomycin

(C)

Ampicillin

(D) Amoxycillin

14. Which of the following drug is used for typhoid :

(A)

Penicillin-G

(B*) Chloramphenicol

(C)

Streptomycin

(D) Amoxycillin

ChemINFO-2.6 nSfud thou esa jlk;u

ChemINFO-2.6

nSfud thou esa jlk;u

Daily Self-Study Dosage for mastering Chemistry

izfrlw{etSfod (Antimicrobials) : ,sls jlk;u tks lw{etho tSls fd thok.kq] oh"kk.kq] dod]QaQwnh vkfn dks u"V dj nsrs gS ;k mudh o`f) dks jksd nsrs gSA izfrlw{etSfod dgykrs gSA

izfrtSfod ] izfrjks/kh rFkk laØe.kgkjh izfrlw{etSfod vkS"kf/k;kW gSA

izfrtSfod : lw{etho tSls thok.kq] dod rFkk QaQwnh }kjk mRikfnr ,sls jlk;u tks euq";ksa rFkk thoksa esa laØe.k chekfj;ksa dks QSykus okys lw{ethoksa dks u"V dj nsrs gS] vFkok mudh o`f) dks jksd nsrs gS] izfrtSfod dgykrs gSA ¼izfrtSfod lw{ethoksa ij thok.kquk'kh ;k thok.kq fujks/kh izHkko n'kkZrs gS½

thok.kquk'kh ¼ekjus okyk½ isfuflfyu ,feuksXykbdkslkbM vkW¶yksDlkflu

thok.kqfujks/kh ¼o`f)jks/kh½ ,fjFkzksekbflu VsVªklkbDyhu DyksjSEQsfudkWy

izfrtSfod tks fd xzke&xzkgh (gram-positive) rFkk xzke&vxzkgh (gram-negative) nksuksa izdkj ds thok.kqvksa ds lhfer ijkl dk fouk'k djrs gS] vFkok fujks/k djrs gS] ladh.kZ LisDVªe (Narrow spectrum) izfrtSfod dgykrs gSA ;g ,dy thoksa ;k chekfj;ksa ds izfr izHkkoh gksrs gSA bUgas lhfer LisDVªe izfrtSfod Hkh dgk tkrk gSA mnkgj.k %& ,ftFkzksekbflu] ,fjFkzksekbflu] isfuflfyu-G vkfnA ,sls izfrtSfod tks fd xzke&xzkgh (gram-positive) rFkk xzke&vxzkgh (gram-negative) nksuksa izdkj ds thok.kqvksa ds foLr`r LisDVªe (Broad Spectrum) dk fouk'k ;k fujks/k djrs gS] izfrthok.kq dgykrs gSA mnkgj.k%& osudksekbflu ] vkW¶yksDlkflu] LVsªIVksekbflu] VsVªklkbfDyu ] DyksjSEQsfudkWy] MkbflMsftfju vkfnA isfuflfyu :

isfuflfyu ds fuEu 6 izdkj gksrs gSA blesa ls isfuflfyu-G ladh.kZ LisDVªe izfrtSfod ds :i esa vf/kd foLr`r Lrj ij mi;ksx esa fy;k tkrk gSA ,fEiflfyu rFkk ,eksfDlflfyu] isfuflfyu ds la'ysf"kr :ikurj.k gS rFkk ;g foLr`r LisDVªe izfrthok.kq gSA isfuflfyu dk lkekU; lw=k uhps fn;k x;k gSA

isfuflfyu dk mi;ksx fueksfu;k] 'olu 'kksFk vkfn ds mipkj ds fy, fd;k tkrk gSA DyksjSEQsfudkWy : ;g foLr`r LisDVªe izfrtSfod gS ;g tBjka=k {ks=k esa vfr'kh?kz vo'kksf"kr gks tkrk gS vr% bldk mi;ksx VkbQkbM] isfp'k] rhoz Toj] dqN ew=k laØe.kks] rfudk&'kksFk ¼esfuutkbV~bl½ rFkk U;weksfu;k tSls jksxks ds mipkj esa fd;k tkrk gSA

fMflMSftfju : izfrthok.kq fMflMSftfju dks dSalj dksf'kdkvksa ds dqN izHksnksa ds izfr vfo"kkyq ekuk tkrk gSA

Memorize this theory as soon as you get the DPP. Revise it regularly and master this concept by

11. fuEu eas ls dkSulk thok.kquk'kh gS %

(A)

bfjFkzksekbflu

(B) VsªsVklkbfDyu

(C) DyksjksEQsfudkWy

(D*) vkW¶yksDlkflu

12. fuEu esa ls thok.kq fujks/kh gS :

 

(A)

isfuflfyu

(B*) VsVªklkbDyhu

(C) vkW¶yksDlkflu

(D) DyksjSEQsfudkWy

13. fuEu esa ls dkSulk ladh.kZ LisDVªe izfrtSfod (Narrow spectrum antibiotic) gSA (A*) isfuflfyu-G (B) LVªsIVksekbflu (C) ,fEiflfyu

(D) ,eksfDlfyu

14. fuEu esa ls dkSulh vkS"kf/k VkbQkWbM ds fy, mi;ksx dh tkrh gSA

(A)

isfuflfyu-G

(B*) DyksjSEQsfudkWy

(C) LVªsIVksekbflu

(D) ,eksfDlfyu