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Solve any one question from Q1 (a), (b) & Q1 (c), (d)
1 (a) 1 The nucleus of an atom consists of A) electrons and neutrons.
B) electrons and protons
C) protons and neutrons
D) All of the above
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1 (a) 10 Which acid is present in lemon?
A) Marlic acid
B) Citric acid
C) Lactic acid
D) Tartaric acid
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1 (a) 11 Which metal is heaviest?
A) Osmium
B) Mercury
C) Iron
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1 (a) 12 Nail polish remover contains?
A) Benzene
B) Acetic acid
C) Acetone
D) Petroleum ether
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1 (a) 13 pH of blood is ? A) 10.4
B) 9
C) 7.4
D) 4
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1 (a) 14 Biogas majorly contains?
A) Ethane
B) Methane
C) Hydrogen
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1 (a) 2 The number of moles of solute present in 1 kg of a solvent is called its
A) molality
B) molarity
C) normality
D) formality
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1 (a) 3 The most commonly used bleaching agent is
A) alcohol
B) carbon dioxide
C) chlorine
D) sodium chlorine
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1 (a) 4 Give IUPAC nomenclature for following compounds. BrCH2-CH2-CH2-CH2COOH
A) 1-bromo 5- pentanoic acid
B) 4-bromo 1-carboxylic acid butane
C) 5-bromo pentanoic acid
D) none of above
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1 (a) 5 10 ppm = ______ °Fr
A) 5 B) 10 C) 1 D) 0.7
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1 (a) 6 What happens when hard water was used in Boiler?
A) Boiler corrosion
B) Scale and sludge
C) Priming and forming
D) All of above.
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1 (a) 7 Write chemical formula for Potassium chromate.
A) KmnO4
B) K2CrO4
C) K2Cr2O7
D) None of above.
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1 (a) 8 The material which can be deformed permanently by heat and pressure is called a
A) Thermoplastic
B) Thermoset
C) Chemical compound
D) Polymer
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1 (a) 9 The method that cannot be used for removing permanent hardness of water is
A) Adding sodium carbonate
B) Distillation
C) Adding caustic soda
D) Boiling
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2 (a) Write short note on
1. Purposes of Alloy making.
2. Give any one method for Desalination of Brackish water
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2 (b) A Sample of water on analysis was found to contain the following impurities:
Ca(HCO3)2=32.4 mg/L, Mg(HCO3)2=14.6 mg/L, CaSO4=6.8 mg/L, MgSO4=6.0 mg/L. Calculate temporary, permanent and total hardness in ppm, °CI and °Fr.[Molecular Mass: Ca(HCO3)2=162 m/mole, Mg(HCO3)2=146 g/mole, CaSO4=136 g/mole, MgSO4=120.]
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3 (a) Describe the mechanism of Electrochemical corrosion by hydrogen evolution and oxygen absorption.
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3 (b) Give monomers of Nylon 6, 6 and Bakelite. Differentiate between Thermoplastic and Thermosetting polymers
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4 (a) What is Corrosion? Differentiate between Dry and Wet corrosion.
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4 (b) What is CNG? Give advantages and disadvantages of Gaseous Fuel.
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5 (a) Explain Setting and Hardening process of Portland cement.
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5 (b) Enlist disadvantages of Natural Rubber. Explain Vulcanization process of Rubber.
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6 (a) What is the composition of Portland Cement? Discuss the manufacturing process of Portland cement.
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6 (b) What are the significances of Biogas? Give manufacturing process of Biogas.
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7 (a) Describe Manufacturing process of Acetic acid by fermentation
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7 (b) Write a short note on.
1. Natural & Artificial Abrasive.
2. pH & its measurement.
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