3. Capacity of an isolated sphere of radius R _{1} is increased n times when it is enclosed by an earthed
concentric sphere of radius R _{2} (R _{2} > R _{1} ). The ratio
is
R
2
R
1
(a) 
zero 
(b) q 
(c) 
+q 
(d) +2q 
5. The equivalent resistance between A and B is
R
(c)
7
5
R
(d) R
(a)
(c)
n
2
n
1
2
n
n 1
^{(}^{b}^{)}
(d)
n
n
2
1
n
1
n 1
6. Two identical bulbs, when connected in series to a source, take 50 W each. The total power consumed by them when connected in parallel with the same source is
(a) 
25 W 
(b) 50 W 
(c) 
100 W 
(d) 200 W 
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7. The current sensitivity of a moving coil galvanometer
can be increased by
(a) 
increasing the magnetic field of the permanent magnet 
(b) 
increasing the area of the deflecting coil 
(c) 
increasing the number of turns in the coil 
(d) 
all are correct 
8. In the circuit shown the potential difference between
A and B is
9. An electric dipole of dipole moment _{p}
is placed in
the position of stable equilibrium in an external uniform
electric field of intensity _{E} . The work required to
rotate it through angle from the initial position is
(a) 
pE cos 
(b) 
pE sin 
(c) 
pE 1 cos 
(d) 
pE cos 
10. A thin metallic spherical shell contains a charge Q on
its surface. A point charge q _{1} is placed at the center
of the shell and another charge q _{2} is placed outside
the shell. All the three charges
are positive. Then the net
force on charge q _{1} is
^{q} 2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
away from q _{2}
towards q _{2} zero
perpendicular to the line joining q _{1} and q _{2}
11. A hollow metal sphere of radius 5 cm is charged such that the potential on its surface is 10 V. The potential
at the center of the sphere is
(a) 
0 V 
(b) 
10 V 
(c) 
same as at a point 5 cm away from the surface 
(d) 
same as at a point 25 cm away from the surface 
12. Two conducting plates C and D each having surface
area A (on one side) are placed parallel to each other.
The plate C is given a total charge Q while plate D is neutral. The electric field at point P midway between
the two plates is
C 
D 



P 

Q 

Q 
Q 
2 Q 

(a) 2 
A 
o 
(b) 
A 
o 
(c) zero 
(d) 
A 
o 
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14. A technician has only two resistance coils. By using
them singly, in series or in parallel or alone, he is able
to obtain the resistance 3, 4, 12 and 16 ohms. The
resistance of the two coils are
(a) 
6 and 10 ohms 
(b) 4 and 12 ohms 
(c) 
7 and 9 ohms 
(d) 4 and 16 ohms 
15. R _{1} and R _{2} are respectively the filament resistances of a 200 watt and a 100 watt bulb designed to operate on the same voltage. Relation between R _{1} and R _{2} is
(a) 
R _{1} is two times R _{2} 
(b) R _{2} is two times R _{1} 
(c) 
R _{2} is four times R _{1} 
(d) R _{1} is four times R _{2} 
16. Figure below shows regular hexagons with charges at the vertices. In which case is the electric field at the center is zero?
(a)
q
q
q
2
q
17. A parallel plate capacitor has two layers of dielectric as shown in figure. If this capacitor is connected across
a battery, then the ratio of potential difference across the dielectric layer is
K 
_{1} =2 
_{2} =6 K 
18. The capacitance of the capacitor of plate areas A _{1} and A _{2} (A _{1} < A _{2} ) at a distance d (as shown) is
(a)
(c)
A1
d
o
A
1
d
o
A
1
A
2
2
d
A2
(b)
(d)
o
A
2
d
d
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19. A number of spherical conductors of different radii
have same potential. Then the surface charge density on them
(a) 
is proportional to their radii 
(b) 
is inversely proportional to their radii 
(c) 
are equal 
(d) 
is proportional to square of their radii 
20. Two concentric spherical conducting shells of radii R
and 2R carry charges Q and 2Q respectively. Change
in electric potential on the outer shell when both are
connected by a conducting wire is
k
(a) zero
(c)
^{k}^{Q}
R
(b)
(d)
3 kQ
2 R
2kQ
_{R}
1
4
o
21. The net resistance between points P and Q in the
22. A voltmeter with resistance 500 is used to measure
the emf of a cell of internal resistance 4 . The
percentage error in the reading of the voltmeter will
be (approximately)
(a) 
0.2% 
(b) 0.8% 
(c) 
1.4% 
(d) 10% 
23. In the circuit shown the current passing through the
3 resistance is
24. The potential difference between two points is 100V. If a particle with a charge of 2C is transported from one of these points to the other, the magnitude of the work done is:
(a) 
200 J 
(b) 100 J 
(c) 
50 J 
(d) 100 J 
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25. 
The equivalent resistance in the given figure across 

A 
and B is 

A 

2

2
2

2 

2


B 

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

26. 
The diagram shows the electric field lines in a region 

of space containing two small charged spheres 

(Y and Z). Then: 



(a) 
Y is negative and Z is positive 

(b) the magnitude of the electric field is the same everywhere 

(c) 
the electric field is strongest midway between Y and Z 

(d) Y is positive and Z is negative 

27. 
A 
particle A has charge +q and another particle B has 
charge +4q. Both of them have same mass m. The
particles are allowed to move freely from rest through
the same electric potential difference. The ratio of the
speeds (v _{A} /v _{B} ) after 10 s from the beginning of motion
is 

(a) 
2 : 1 
(b) 1 : 2 
(c) 
1 : 4 
(d) 4 : 1 
28. In the given circuit, the emf of the cell is 2 V and its internal resistance is negligible. The resistance of the voltmeter is 80 . The reading of the voltmeter will be
(a) 0.8 V
(d) 2.0 V
29. In the circuit in figure, we have R _{2} = 20 , R _{3} = 15 , and the current flowing through resistor R _{2} is 0.3 A. The ammeter shows 0.8 A. Find the resistance R _{1} .
30. In Fig. denote the numerical values of resistors in SI. The total resistance of the circuit
(a)
(c)
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31. If the anions (A) form hexagonal closest packing and cations (C) occupy only 2/3 of the octahedral voids in it, then the general formula of the compound would be
(a) CA
(b) CA _{2}
(c) C _{2} A _{3}
(d) C _{3} A _{2}
32. NH _{4} Cl crystallizes in a bodycentered cubic type lattice with a unit cell edge length of 387 pm. The distance between the oppositively charged ions in the lattice is
(a) 
335.1 pm 
(b) 83.77 pm 
(c) 
274.46 pm 
(d) 137.23 pm 
33. The inactivation of a certain viral preparation follows first order kinetics, the rate is proportional to the concentration of the virus. If at the beginning of an experiment the rate of inactivation was 2% per minute, Calculate the half life of the process.
(a) 
50 min 
(b) 69.3 min 
(c) 
34.65 min 
(d) 3 10 ^{} ^{2} min 
34. One microgram sodium (radioactive) _{1}_{1} Na ^{2}^{4} with half life of 15 hrs was injected into a living system for a bio assay. How long will it take for the radioactivity to 25% of the initial value?
37. Which of the following statements regarding the metallurgy of Mg using electrolytic method is not correct?
(a) 
Electrolyte is MgCl _{2} and a little NaCl + NaF 
(b) 
Air tight iron pot acts as cathode. 
(c) 
Electrolysis is done in the atmosphere of coal gas. 
(d) 
Molten Mg is heavier than the electrolyte. 
MgBr
(i) CO
38. (P)
(ii) H
2
3 O
In the above reaction compound (P) is
(a) 
CHO 
(b) COOH OH 

(c) 

O
C


(d) 
(a) 
22.5 hrs (b) 30 hrs (c) 60 hrs (d) 3.75 hrs 

35. A solid has a structure in which ‘W’ atoms are located at the corners of a cubic lattice, ‘O’ atoms at the center 39. A sample of a radioisotope (t _{1}_{/}_{2} = 3 days) was taken. After 12 days, 3 g of the sample was left. What was 

the initial mass of the sample? 

(a) 
112 g 
(b) 136 
g 
(c) 12 g 
(d) 48 g 

of the edges and Na atoms at the center of the cube. The formula for the compound is (a) NaWO _{2} (b) NaWO _{3} 40. The ratio of closed packed atoms to tetrahedral holes in cubic close packing is 

(c) 
Na _{2} WO _{3} 
(d) NaWO _{4} 
(a) 
1 
: 1 
(b) 1 : 2 
(c) 1 : 3 
(d) 2 : 1 
36. Lead is mainly extracted by 
41. Dehydrohalogenation of neopentyl bromide with (a) 2
methyl
1 butane 

(a) (b) 
Carbon reduction Self reduction 
alcoholic KOH mainly gives 

(c) 
Electrolysis 
(b) 
2 methyl 2 butene 

(d) 
Leaching with aqueous solution NaCN followed 
(c) 
2,2 Dimethyl 1 butane 

by reduction 
(d) 
2 Butene 
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42. Bromination of anisole with Br _{2} in CS _{2} gives 
50. 

(a) 
m Bromoanisole 

(b) 
o Bromoanisole 

(c) 
p Bromoanisole 

(d) 
both o and p bromoanisole 

43. Gallium Arsenide is purified by 

(a) 
Froth floatation process (b) Van Arkel method 
51. 

(c) 
Zone refining method 
(d) Electrolytic method 

44. Compare the rates of a reaction at 273 K than at 298 K 

(Given: E _{a} = 65 kJ mol ^{} ^{1} ) 

(a) 
1/22 times 
(b) 1/11 times 

(c) 
1/33 times 
(d) 1/55 times 

45. Zinc oxide on heating changes to yellow. This is because 

(a) 
It is a stoicheometrtic compound 
52. 

(b) 
It is a covalent compound 

(c) 
It shows metal excessive defect 

(d) 
None of the above 

46. In metallurgy flux is a substance used to convert? 
53. 

(a) 
Infusible impurities to fusible 

(b) 
Mineral into silicate 

(c) 
Fusible impurities to infusible impurities 

(d) 
Soluble particles to insoluble impurities 
54. 

47. Ethyl chloride on heating with alcoholic potash gives? 

(a) 
C _{2} H _{4} (b) C _{2} H _{2} (c) C _{2} H _{6} (d) C _{4} H _{1}_{0} 

48. A radioactive nuclide dissociates into 1/16 ^{t}^{h} of its initial amount in 2 hours. Its half life time is 
55. 

(a) 
1 hour 
(b) 30 min 
(c) 15 min 
(d) 45 min 

49. In the reaction, A + B _{}_{}_{} Products, doubling the 
56. 
concentration of ‘B’ doubles the rate, increasing the concentration of ‘A’ by four times also doubles the rate. The overall order of the reaction is
(a) 1
(b) 1.5
(c) 2
(d) 2.5
The minimum energy necessary to permit a reaction to occur is
(a) 
Internal energy 
(b) 
Threshold energy 
(c) 
Activation energy 
(d) 
Increases the reaction rate 
The reaction A(g) + B(g) C(g) + D(g) is elementry 2 ^{n}^{d} order reaction opposed by elementry second order reaction. When started with equimolar amounts of A and B, at equilibrium, it is found that the conc. of A is twice that of C. Specific rate for forward reaction is 2 × 10 ^{–}^{3} mol ^{–}^{1} Lsec ^{–}^{1} . The specific rate constant for backward reaction is
(a) 
5.0 × 10 ^{–}^{4} M ^{–}^{1} sec ^{–}^{1} 
(b) 
8 × 10 ^{–}^{3} M ^{–}^{1} sec ^{–}^{1} 
(c) 
1.5 × 10 ^{2} M ^{–}^{1} sec ^{–}^{1} 
(d) 
none of these 
A first order reaction is 50% completed in 20 minutes at 27°C and in 5 min at 47°C. The energy of activation of the reaction is
(a) 
43.85 kJ/mol 
(b) 55.14 kJ/mol 
(c) 
11.97 kJ/mol 
(d) 6.65 kJ/mol 
By which process pure alumina is produced when bauxite is rich in silica.
(a)
(c)
Which is not the ore of copper.
(a)
(c)
The floating characteristics is improved by which of the following reagent.
(a)
(c)
Hall's process
Serpec's process
Ruby copper
Azurite
Depressant
Frother
(b)
Bayer's process
(d) (a) and (b) both
(b) Malachhite green
(d) Siderite
(b) Activator
(d) Collecter
r
Na
= 95 pm and
r =181 pm in NaCl (rock salt)
Cl
structure. What is the shortest distance between Na ^{+} ions?
(a) 
778.3 pm 
(b) 276 pm 
(c) 
195.7 pm 
(d) 390.3 pm 
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57. Which of the following will show schottky defect
(a) 
CaF _{2} 
(b) ZnS 
(c) 
AgCl 
(d) CsCl 
58. E _{a} (forward), E _{R}_{e}_{a}_{c}_{t}_{a}_{n}_{t} and E _{P}_{r}_{o}_{d}_{u}_{c}_{t}_{s} are 30, 110 and 120 kJ
60. For the reaction A(g)
_{}_{}_{} 2B(g) + 3C(g) the
expression for the integrated first order kinetics is given by
respectively. The activation energy for backward reaction, E _{a} (backward) is 
(a) 

(a) 
140 kJ 
(b) 40 kJ 

(c) 
130 kJ 
(d) 20 kJ 

59. For an exothermic chemical process occurring in two steps, as 
(b) 

(i) 
A + B _{}_{}_{} X (slow) (ii) X AB (fast) 

the progress of the reaction can be best described by
A + B
A + B

(c) 

(a) 
(b) 
(d) 

(c) 
AB
A + B
AB AB (d) All are correct 
1
P
t
5
3P
5
4P
t
ln
1
4P
o
ln
t
1
5P
o
P
t
P
t
3P
5
4P
t
ln
1
P
t
P
5
4P
t
ln
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(Q being the set of rational numbers), then
(a)
f is only right continuous at
x
1
2
f
x
sin 2 x
sin x
4
in the interval
0,
2
is
(b)
(c)
(d)
1
f is only left continuous at x = _{2}
f is continuous at
x
f is not continuous at
1
2
x
1
2
(a) 2
(b) 0
(c) 1
(d)
68. Let f x min 1, cos x, 1 sin x , – x , then
(a) 
f(x) is derivable at 0 
(b) 
f(x) has local maxima at 0 
(c) 
f(x) is derivable at /2 
(d) 
none of these 
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69. If , are the roots of ax ^{2} + bx + c = 0, then
70.
1
2
bx
c
cos ax
2
x
(a)
a
x
^{2}
^{2}
lim
2
is equal to
(b)
a
2
2
^{2}
(c)
1
2
^{2}
(d) none of these
If
f
x
x
,
x
,
x
x
2
2
and f is
continuous at x = 2, then is equal to (where [.] is
greatest integer function)
(a)
1
(b) 0
(c) –1
(d)
2
71. For a real number x, [x] denotes the integral part of x.
72.
73.
The value of
1
2
(a) 49
1
2
1
100
1
2
2
100
(b) 50
(c) 48
1
2
99
100
is
(d)
lim
x
(a)
f x
1
, where
2x
_{x} ^{} ^{3} < f(x) <
(b) 2
(c) –1
2
2
x
5
^{x}
_{2}
x
is
(d)
The function
f
x
1
^{} u u 2
2
, where
u
1
^{} x 1
, is discontinuous at the points
(a)
(c)
x 2, 1,
x = 1, 0
1
2
(b)
x
1
2
, 1, 2
(d) none of these
51
–2
74.
3
,
cot ^{–}^{1} (tan
If
2
–
then
)

,
tan ^{–}^{1} (cot
+ cos ^{–}^{1} (cos ) is equal to
)
the
value
+
sin ^{–}^{1} (sin
of
)
(a) 
2 + 
(b) + 
(c) 
0 
(d) – 
75. The
number
of solution of equation
cot ^{–}^{1} (x–1) + ( –1) cot ^{–}^{1} x = 2 – 1
(a) 
0 
(b) 1 
(c) 
2 
(d) 3 
76. sec ^{2} (tan ^{–}^{1} 2) + cosec ^{2} (cot ^{–}^{1} 3) is equal to
(a)
5
(b) 10
(c) 15
(d)
20
77. A real valued function f(x) satisfies the functional
78.
79.
equation f x y f x f y f a x f a y
where a is a given constant and f(0) = 1. _{f} _{} _{2}_{a} _{} _{x} _{}
is equal to
(a)
(c) f x
1
1
_{f} _{} _{x} _{}
f
x
(b) _{} _{f} _{} _{x} _{}
(d) f a f a x
. Then f(x) is
ax
x
2
a
,
1,
x
x
Let
differentiable at x = 1, if
(a)
a = 2
(b) a = 1
(c) a = 0
(d) a =
^{1}
2
x
3
2
x
16
x
20
x 2
(c) 2
The function
defined for x = 2. In order to make f(x) continuous at x = 2, f(2) should be defined as
(a) 0
f
x ^{}
(b) 1
is not
(d)
3
80. The minimum value of the function
f x 2  x 2  5  x 3 , x R is
(a) 3
(b) 2
(c) 5
(d) 7
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81. Two angles of a triangle are cot ^{–}^{1} 2 and cot ^{–}^{1} 3. Then the third angle is
(a) 
/4 
(b) 3 /4 
(c) /6 
(d) /3 
82. If b ^{2} – 4ac = 0 and a > 0, then domain of the function
83.
y ax a b x b c x c
log
3
2
is
(a)
R
b
2
2
a
(b)
R
(c) R
b
b
x
(

2
a
2a
x
1]
1
,
(d) none of these
If
(a)
sin
1
1, –1
x
sin
1
1
x
cos
1
(b) 1, 0
x
, then x equals
(c)
0,
1
2
(d) none of these
84. The smallest and the largest values of
tan
1
1
x
1
x
where _{0} _{} _{x} _{} _{1} are
(a) 
0, 
(b) 0, /4 
(c) 
– /4, /4 
(d) /4, /2 
85. Let R be a relation in N defined by R = {(1 + x, 1 + x ^{2} )
: x 5, x N}. Which of the following is false?
(a) 
R = {(2, 2), (3, 5), (4, 10), (5, 17), (6, 25)} 
(b) 
domain of R = {2, 3, 4, 5, 6} 
(c) 
range of R = {2, 5, 10, 17, 26} 
(d) 
none of these 
86. The domain of the function
y
is
87.
(a)
(b) (– , )
(c)
(d)
Let
f
(R – n ,
n I)
(R – 2n , n I) (– , )
:
R
R
be
a
mapping
f
x x 5
3
, then f ^{–}^{1} (x) is equal to
defined
by
(a) 
(5 – x) ^{1}^{/}^{3} 
(b) (x + 5) ^{1}^{/}^{3} 
(c) 
5 – x 
(d) (x – 5) ^{1}^{/}^{3} 
88. If f(x) is an odd periodic function with period 2, then
f(4) equals
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