JEE Main 2019 Question Paper 9th January Slot 1

Overall Analysis

The JEE main paper consisted of a total of 90 questions and each question was awarded 4 marks for the correct answer, -1 for an incorrect answer and 0 for an unattempted question. Overall the paper was a bit tougher on Physics side while Maths and Chemistry sections were comparatively easier.  Below is the analysis of JEE Mains exam section wise.


Physics

Physics section was moderately difficult as it had fairly an equal distribution among easy, moderate and hard questions. The questions which are asked from 12th class syllabus are comparatively easier than the 11th class. Around 10-12 questions are concept based, 7-8 questions are direct formula based and some questions also involved lengthy calculations and answers based on calculus. If the student has a good hold on memorizing the formula and is able to apply the right concept to the questions, he/she can easily score 70-80% marks in this section by investing around 45-50 minutes.

A breakup of marks between different chapters/topics of the Physics section:

Chapter/Topic Total Marks  Chapter/Topic  Total Marks 

Kinematics

   4   

 Electrostatics

  12   

Laws of motion

   4   

Current Electricity

 16

Work Energy and Power

8

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

12

Gravitation

4

Electromagnetic induction & Alternating Current

4

Rotational Motion

8

Electromagnetic Waves

4

Properties of Solids and Liquids

8

Optics

8

Thermodynamics

4

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

4

Kinetic theory of Gases

4

Atoms And Nuclei

4

Oscillations and Waves

8

Electronic devices

4

 

Difficulty Level Analysis of the Physics Section

MATHS

Overall the maths section of the paper was moderate to easy. Some questions were tricky. Most questions were based on basic concepts. Questions asked from class 12 was tougher and lengthier than class 11. More questions were asked from class 11. 12-15 questions are direct formula based and some questions also involved lengthy calculations. If the student has good command on basic concepts, he/she can easily score 70-85% marks in this section by investing around 50-70 minutes.

A breakup of marks between different chapters/topics of the Maths section:

Chapter/ Topic

Total Marks Chapter/ Topic Total Marks 

Binomial theorem and its simple  applications

    20    

Matrices and Determinants

   8   

Co-ordinate Geometry

12

Sequence and series

4

Complex numbers and quadratic equations

8

Sets, Relations and Functions

4

Differential equations

12

Statistics and Probability

4

Integral Calculus

12

Three Dimensional Geometry

8

Limit, continuity, and differentiability

12

Trigonometry

8

Mathematical Induction

4

Vector Algebra

4

 

Difficulty Level analysis of Mathematics Section

 

Chemistry

The Chemistry section asked in JEE Mains exam consisted of 120 marks. As given in the table below, a total of 15 questions was asked from class 11 and 15 questions were asked from class 12. The chemistry section in this exam was easy vis-a-vis the other sections that are, physics and mathematics. In this section, 16 questions were easy, 12 questions were medium and 2 questions were tough, the detailed analysis of the difficulty level of questions is given in the table below. As this section was quite easy, so students were able to save their time for other sections.

The easy, medium and difficult questions were asked from the following chapters:

Easy: Chemical Bonding, Organic compounds containing Oxygen, Organic compounds containing Nitrogen, Metallurgy, p-block, Periodic classification of elements, Mole concept, Solutions, Haloalkanes and haloarenes, Hydrogen, General Organic Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry.

Medium: Organic compounds containing Oxygen, Organic compounds containing Nitrogen, Coordination compounds, States of matter, Environmental chemistry, s-block, Equilibrium, Surface chemistry, Haloalkanes and haloarenes, Atomic Structure.

Tough: Chemical kinetics, Organic compounds containing Nitrogen.

A breakup of marks between different chapters/topics of the Maths section:

Chapter/ Topic

Total Marks

Chapter/ Topic

Total Marks

Physical Chemistry

44

Inorganic Chemistry

 

40

Chemical Bonding

8

Coordination Compounds

4

States of Matter (Gaseous)

4

Process and isolation of Elements

8

Mole Concept

4

p-block

8

Solutions

4

Classification of Elements and Periodic table

4

Chemical Kinetics

4

Environmental Chemistry

8

Equilibrium

4

s-block

4

Surface Chemistry

4

Hydrogen

4

Atomic Structure

4

Organic Chemistry

36

Thermodynamics

4

Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen

12

Electrochemistry

4

Organic compounds containing Nitrogen

12

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

8

General Organic Chemistry

4

 

Marks analysis based on questions asked in different topics of Chemistry:

 

Analysis of JEE Main Paper 2019

JEE Main 2019 Question Paper All Questions


    Chemistry
  1. Two complexes \left [ C{r\left ( H_{_{2}}O \right )_{6}} \right ]Cl_{3}(A)  and  \left [ C{r\left ( N_{_{}}H_{3} \right )_{6}} \right ]Cl_{3}(B)  are violet and yellow  coloured ,respectively. The incorrect statement regarding them is:

    a)

    \Delta0 values of (A) and (B) are calculated from the engergies of violet and yellow light ,respectively

    b)

    both are paramegnetic with three unpaired electrons.

    c)

    both absorb energies correponding to their complementary colors.

    d)

    \Delta0value for (A) is less than that of (B).

    Chemistry - Co-ordination Compounds Coordination compounds:
    Marked right : 16.19047619047619% students | Marked incorrect : 22.22222222222222% students | Marked not attempted : 61.58730158730159% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: a

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  2. The correct decreasing order for acid strength is :

    a)

    NO_{2}CH_{2}COOH> FCH_{2}COOH> CNCH_{2}COOH> CICH_{2}COOH

    b)

    FCH_2COOH>NCCH_2COOH>NO_2CH_2COOH>CICH_2COOH

    c)

    CNCH_2COOH>O_2NCH_2COOH>FCH_2COOH>CICH_2COOH

    d)

    NO_2CH_2COOH>NCCH_2COOH>FCH_2COOH>CICH_2COOH

    Chemistry - Organic Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen Organic Compounds containing Oxygen Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
    Marked right : 26.426426426426424% students | Marked incorrect : 21.02102102102102% students | Marked not attempted : 52.552552552552555% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: d

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  3. The major product of following reaction is:

    R -C\equiv N\xrightarrow[(2)H_2O]{(1)AlH(i-Bu)_2}

    a)

    RCOOH

    b)

    RCONH_{2}

    c)

    RCHO

    d)

    RCH_{2}NH_{2}

    Chemistry - Organic Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
    Marked right : 19.22141119221411% students | Marked incorrect : 25.790754257907544% students | Marked not attempted : 54.98783454987834% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: c

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  4. The highest value of the calculated spin-only magnetic moment (in BM) among all the transition metal complexes is :

    a)

    5.92

    b)

    6.93

    c)

    3.87

    d)

    4.90

    Chemistry - Co-ordination Compounds Coordination compounds:
    Marked right : 33.13609467455622% students | Marked incorrect : 12.721893491124261% students | Marked not attempted : 54.142011834319526% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: a

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  5. 0.5 moles of gas A and x moles of gas B exert a pressure of 200 Pa in a container of volume 10mat 1000 K .Given R is the gas constant in JK-1 mol-1 , x is:

    a)

    \frac{2R}{4+R}

     

     

    b)

    \frac{2R}{4-R}

    c)

    \frac{4+R}{2R}

    d)

    \frac{4-R}{2R}

    Chemistry - States of Matter States of matter Solid state
    Marked right : 30.288461538461537% students | Marked incorrect : 7.9326923076923075% students | Marked not attempted : 61.77884615384615% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: d

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  6. The one that is extensively used as a piezoelectric material is:

    a)

    tridymite

    b)

    amorphous silica

    c)

    quartz

    d)

    mica

    Chemistry - General Principle and process of Isolation of metals General Principles and processes of Isolation Elements
    Marked right : 47.48427672955975% students | Marked incorrect : 9.119496855345911% students | Marked not attempted : 43.39622641509434% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: c

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  7. Correct statements among a to d regarding silicones are :

    (a) They are polymers with hydrophobic character

    (b) They are biocompatible

    (c) In general, they have high thermal stability and low dielectric strength.

    (d) Usually, they are resistant to oxidation and used as greases

     

    a)

    (a), (b), (c) and (d)

    b)

    (a), (b) and (c) only

    c)

    (a) and (b) only

    d)

    (a), (b) and (d) only

    Chemistry - p- d- and f-block elements p- Block Elements Some p-Block elements
    Marked right : 8.317025440313111% students | Marked incorrect : 10.249510763209393% students | Marked not attempted : 81.4334637964775% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: d

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  8. The major product of the following reaction is:

     

    a)

    b)

    c)

    d)

    Chemistry - Organic Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen Organic Compounds containing Oxygen Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
    Marked right : 23.88663967611336% students | Marked incorrect : 23.279352226720647% students | Marked not attempted : 52.834008097166% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: a

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  9. In general ,the properties that decrease and increase down a group in the periodic table ,respectively are :

     

    a)

    atomic radius and electronegativity

    b)

    electron gain enthalpy and electronegativity

    c)

    electronegativity and atomic radius

    d)

    electronegativity and electron gain enthalpy

    Chemistry - Classification of elements and periodicity in properties Classification of Elements and Periodic table
    Marked right : 52.25225225225225% students | Marked incorrect : 9.234234234234235% students | Marked not attempted : 38.513513513513516% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: c

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  10. A solution of sodium sulfate contains 92g of Na^{+} ions per kilogram of water. The molality of Na^{+} ions in that solution in mol Kg-1 is:

    a)

    12

    b)

    4

    c)

    8

    d)

    16

    Chemistry - Stoichiometry Some basic concepts in chemistry
    Marked right : 14.634146341463413% students | Marked incorrect : 6.445993031358885% students | Marked not attempted : 78.9198606271777% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: TS EAMCET - 1970)

    Correct Option: b

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  11. The correct match between item I and item -II is

                  Item-I                              Item-II

                  (drug)                               (test)

    A         chloroxylenol                P   carbylamine test

    B         Norethindrone              Q   sodium hydrogen carbonate test

    C         Sulphapyridine             R  ferric choride test

    D         Penicillamine                S  Baeyer's test   

     

    a)

    A→R; B→P;C→S;D→Q

    b)

    A→Q; B→S;C→P;D→R

    c)

    A→R; B→S;C→P;D→Q

    d)

    A→Q; B→P;C→S;D→R

    Chemistry - Principles Related to Practical Chemistry
    Marked right : 5.505350772889417% students | Marked incorrect : 5.053507728894173% students | Marked not attempted : 89.44114149821641% students
    (Asked in: MET - 1970)

    Correct Option: c

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  12. A  water sample has ppm level concentration of the following metals:Fe= 0.2 ; Mn=5.0;Cu=3.0;Zn=5.0 the metal that makes the water sample unsuitable for drinking is:

    a)

    Cu

    b)

    Mn

    c)

    Fe

    d)

    Zn

    Chemistry - Biological , Industrial and Environmental chemistry Environmental Chemistry Environmental Chemistry
    Marked right : 43.40723453908985% students | Marked incorrect : 19.603267211201867% students | Marked not attempted : 36.989498249708284% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: b

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  13. The anodic half-cell of lead-acid battery is recharged using electicity of 0.05 faraday .The amount of PbSO_{4} electrolyzed in g during the process is ;(Molar mass of PbSO_{4}=303g\, \, mol^{-1})

    a)

    22.8

    b)

    15.2

    c)

    7.6

    d)

    11.4

    Chemistry - Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry
    Marked right : 11.033274956217163% students | Marked incorrect : 12.259194395796849% students | Marked not attempted : 76.70753064798599% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: c

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  14. Which one of the following statement regarding Henry's law is not correct?

    a)

    Higher the value of K_{H} at a given pressure , higher is the solubility of the gas in the liquids.

    b)

    Different gases have different K_{H} (Henry's law constant) value at the same tempreture

    c)

    The mole fraction of the gas in the  solution in vapour phase is proportional to the partial pressure of the gas

    d)

    The value of K_{H} incerases with increase of temperature and K_{H} is dependant on the nature of the gas

    Chemistry - Solutions
    Marked right : 25.825825825825827% students | Marked incorrect : 22.52252252252252% students | Marked not attempted : 51.651651651651655% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: a

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  15. The following results were obtained during kinetic studies of the reaction

    2A + B→Product:

    Experiment

    [A]

    (in mole L-1)

    [B]

    (in mole L-1)

    Initial rate of reaction

    (in mole L-1min-1)

    I 0.10 0.20

    6.93 X 10-3

    II 0.10 0.25

    6.93 X 10-3

    III 0.20 0.30 1.386 X 10-2

    The time (in minutes) required to consume half of A is:

     

    a)

    5

    b)

    10

    c)

    1

    d)

    100

    Chemistry - Chemical kinetics
    Marked right : 12.068965517241379% students | Marked incorrect : 17.980295566502463% students | Marked not attempted : 69.95073891625616% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: a

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  16. Major product of the following reaction is:

     

    a)

    b)

    c)

    d)

    Chemistry - Organic Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
    Marked right : 7.671957671957672% students | Marked incorrect : 16.666666666666664% students | Marked not attempted : 75.66137566137566% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: d

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  17. The alkaline earth metal nitrate that does not crystallise with water molecules, is:

    a)

    Mg\left ( NO_{3} \right )_{2}

     

     

     

    b)

    Sr\left ( NO_{3} \right )_{2}

    c)

    Ca\left ( NO_{3} \right )_{2}

    d)

    Ba\left ( NO_{3} \right )_{2}

    Chemistry - Hydrogen and s-block Elements S - Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) s- Block Elements ( Alkali and Alkaline earth metals )
    Marked right : 26.923076923076923% students | Marked incorrect : 22.355769230769234% students | Marked not attempted : 50.72115384615385% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970,) (Asked in: BITSAT - 1970)

    Correct Option: d

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  18. 20 mL of 0.1 M H2SO4 solution is added to 30 mL of 0.2 M NH4OH solution. The pH of the resultant mixture is: [pkb of NH4OH = 4.7]

    a)

    5.2

    b)

    9

    c)

    5

    d)

    9.4

    Chemistry - Equilibrium
    Marked right : 5.892700087950748% students | Marked incorrect : 8.53122251539138% students | Marked not attempted : 85.57607739665787% students
    (Asked in: NEET - 1970)

    Correct Option: b

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  19. Adsorption of gas follows Freundlich adsorbtin isotherm. In the given plox ,x is the mass of the gas on mass m of the adsorbent at pressure P.   \frac{x}{m}  is propotional to: