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CH3flH [a}I-=[H-¢I‘I.I'-=:H mteltewem [e}I{11{IlI=CIV {d} III -=: W a: [I -=: I (e) Ne erder is eerreet. [3. Which ef the fellewing ee-erditratien eampemtda will fenn a pteeipitate when treated with an aqueeuh eelutien effigNflg? {a} [Crmflflafla] {h} [CM3h]C13 {e} fCIfNHflEI]Sfla {d} NflflCFCle] tel NaatflrtCNh] 14. A d5 ien (Fey) is eemplexed with eh: strung—field ligands {fer eaatnple, SCH}. What is the number ef nap-fired eleetrena in this eemplea? {a} U {h} 1 {It} 2 {11] 3 (E) 4 5]- 15. A radieaetitre iae'mpe ef vanadium 33?, deeaya by pmdueiugfi particles and gamma rage. The truetitle fanned has the atemie nmnher: {a} 22 {h} 1] {e} 13 {d} 24 [e] Irene ef the aheve 115. What is the ehange in. internal energy ef a system that aheerhe 455 J ef the heat and dues 325 J efwerlt? {a} tea J 1h]- 11m .1 (e) -13t} J {a} JED I {e} DJ . —-.n_n.m.n_-.wu—-I-u—r- 1?. Calcium oxide-{lime} resets with water to Form calcium was; {stalked lime] 13st + Hzfl'fl] —" Cflfll‘l‘jgm = 1LT Honr many lo'lojooles of heat are evolved in the resetion of osoo leg Cnflis] with on eneess of water? (hints: flea IIH 1560 j {a} -ssl.sto {In 113mm {1:} Hoists {1:13 sslstn {gusset IE. What is the lowest numbered prineipsl shell in which the f subshell can he found? {a} l {b} E [E] 3 {4:1} 4 {e} 5. 19. Which of the following salts shows that the lowest Sfllflhllitjr in water {Esp 1.relnes ere AggS = 1.91649; Hi153=l_fl‘lfl'”;l{gs = 1.5*lfl'5;l~21g(tJHh = ttfl’l‘lfll'”; MnS =s.s*1o'-‘) {a} n as {1:1} BigSJ {1:} IIgS is} Mgiflflh {1:1 Mus Ell What is the Ten-is stmeture oft:ng if: FF: :E: :ig: I : :F:":3| E: :H:'E|="= E :is: n 1. 1-11' .. {b} E E {c}. , ..‘..‘ {d} __ Q: :11 '11I fis'm :iuj. [Ell Ififl$ 2]. Let ul= [l,fl,fl,fl), n1= {LLDIJL u] : {l,l,l,l}], H4 =[1,l,l.I]I, u5 = [fl,fl,fl,l}, “E. = [13:33}. Hon.r many of the following VEE’EUI' spaces an: 3-dimcn5ioflfil'? Span {Erupts} 1 EPHII{H11H+1H¢} 1 Span {firth 1H5} 1 spsn{y_1,ud,ufi,ufi} {a} l, {h} 2, {e} 3, {:1} II, {It} none ofthe shove. o o l 'o 12. Evaluate the inverse IIIElII'i-I of i} l {l . Which is its possible inverse matrix? {a} l 1 1 fl {1' {h} '3 113:} U . id] 1 1 is} none of the above. 1 U U' .1 :- [s] 1,]I [b] {3,1}, {s} [1,1, [:1] {IL-1. (e) none of the above. ‘ 91' - l 14. The eigenveetors ot' the matrix“ [3}[3] ,[é]... , {e}[?:|,[ '31]i {d}[?],[1] , {e} none of the above. ‘23. The eigenvalues of the metrir-t[ 1 —l l [I 25. The rank of the matrix D 3 3 ti is: (3)1 , (on, {e} 3: {e1} 41 {e} none oftlte above 1 4 5 9 "I 3" 25- Which nf‘the fnllnwlng equatinns is WCDRRECT‘? Ethyl Eta.- v] = flier} filmy} {a} I = xtugvl. y = Hum} , lhflfl 1 ti 3 {e} n, b are mnstants, then {—flr Effifidx = fixfidx 27". "Which of the I‘nllnwing meters is normal In the parametric surface S: .‘t = any = ar+ v2.3 = “9+1 at the paint u=3,1= =2? {:1} E—]+2I’: [b] i+j+11tc1 i-ahsfi {uni—3+4}? (a; shin": 23-The spherical ee-e-rdinates lip, 11}, +3) and the Cartesian eeerdinetes [Ia .lr'.- 1} RTE Elflifld b}! .‘t = paineeesfl, y =psin¢sin3, and s = pause-.111 a trnlume Ii. the integral Ifl‘ftytqfihisefyfie can I a: transfenned m jflfip, a, 9) arms. a} as seas. The ttanefflnnatifln fimetiun utp, e, a) is equal m [at :31 sin +15 {th pl ease {e} p? sine?I {d} p3 east? {e} nnne of the sheet: .1 19. The integral “2—” “flies? in [hearse Rzrslfisflfimwhere nfi'are pelareaardinatesjsquslta [a] ail—s") {In} fill—3"”: {e} 2H{l-s"} [d] 43r{l-e_1} {e} i'l-‘fl-E_l]l'r"-lr EH]. Censider a quadrant eirele {3' an the x-JP plane with a radius er!" 1 I'm-m [2. '0'] t0 [EL El- FflI‘ a Veflfll‘ fiflld V = yi , the line integral L1" - d3 (d: is the line element veetnr} alnng the quadrant circle is [all {13-}? {El-1 {Ell-1 [Ell] emcee 31. It is known that the fellewittg circuit is eperathtg at the reecnent fi'equency. Find the this vultage heroes the capecitct ‘r'c. ‘t-Fc = {3} SUV [h] lflfl‘v’ {c} lI’itW {d} llixI'J‘i.Ir {e} lflfl‘h'. 32. Given the following DC circuit, find the value cf R such that maximum Fewer dissipated en E can be achieved. [3}9fl {e} we {c} 11c: {d} 12:: {ejtJIL ten 33. CUE-Eider the fcllcwing circuit ccnteining an idea] trensfcrmet. Find the real power delivered tn the lead EL . {a} new {h} 140w (c) tecw (d)! sew [ejtlflflt‘tfl F3 = tccnectr 34. Ft SEPflIfliBIJ-r excited DC 111ch prcducee a hack emf DEE}, = 2401" at a speed ct" llflflrpm. Assume that the field current remaine ccnstttnt. Find the he.th ctttt' fur a epeed cffiflflrctn. [a] lflflV {b} IEfl‘t-r {c} HEW {d} 150V {e} 1301’ 35. A. Iii-hp Six-pelt: fiflI—Ic three-phase inductictt mctcr runs at I 149mm under Full-Iced ccttditictts. Determine the slip S. {a} 2% {h} 3% {c} 4% {d} 5% {c} I553. '— 36. Find the values {in ma.) at" In; and In; in the circuit cf Fig. l~3 far Ii; -— 14 V, assuming that the diedes are ideai. than th}1.5,2 {cJ—csn [d}fl,2.33 {stash Fig. l~3 Fig- 4 3?. Find the values {in Itch) c-f In; and ID; in the circuit cf Fig. 1-3 far F; = 12 V, assuming that the diaries are ideal. {a} DIETS, 1.5 {it} 1-5, 1} {e} U, I] {cl} fl, 2 ($1.375, 4.25 33. Find the values [in mist} cf Imand 1m in the circuit at" Fig- 13 far IQ = 4 1’. assuming that the dicdes are ideal. [a] 2, {I {h} 1.5., l} {c} E], I) {ti} I15, 2 [E] 1-5+ '4 39. lI'L'nnsider the circuit shcwt‘l in Fig. 4- Assume the capacitcr is Iarge encugh an that the voltage across it dces nct discharge threttgh R. appreciath during cne cycle at input. What is the steady-state cutpttt vcitage vflftt} if vmft} = flsinEtnt}. The reverse breakdcrwit vcltage ni‘tha Picner dicde is sham- Elle-w a tie-V femard drcp fer the dicdes. ta] ESMEDJIJ {h} ~ 5 {c} ti {d} llsintftat} + 2 {e} Esinttat} ‘ 2 [4|]. Ari amplifier has an input resistance cf lflfl fl, an nutput resistance at 5 fl, and an ripen-circuit vnltage gain cffiflfl'. What is its shart~circuit nanscenductance gain {in E]? as see {a} tease {c} the {a} s {e} sacs fiflg 4i. When a system undergces a change at" state by perfcnaing {at and adscrbing [E] simultanecttsly the magnitude cf {A} and {B} must be reaching {C} and the state change is s [D] precess. {a} fit = Free energy, E = heat, C = minimum, D = irreversible. {b} A = entropy. B = internal energy, C “ martinis. D = reversible {chit = WEI-E, B- = heat, C = martin-ta, D = reversible id] A = wet-kt B = heat. C - minimum, D = irreversible [e] A = internal energy, E = enthalpy, C = medium. I] =irrcversih1c 42. For an ideal gas the internal energy E is only a function ol‘m] and the heat capacity CF. - Cc = {B} {a} A=volume,B-=l +R {b} A = entropy, B = R {c} A=Freeenergy,B=I—R [d] A = free energy, E — SEER {e} A. = temperature, B R 43. Given conditions Hess Hannah-in] - Heatsrajma} = 4900.] Bass mgr-span]. = 53313151 Sass mars-m; = 2.43 JIK F =1 = {11013 J Densities of graphite and diamond at 2'33 K are 2,22,55ch and 3.5 ] figfcm:i respectivelyl and the atomic mass ofcarhcn =12, 1 f Based on the above conditions the value cf of] for the transfoottation of graphite to diamond at p =1. T =33 E. is equal to A. lithe oanst‘onnaticnmswim occurs at any temperature T, then the value of flvwnmim {afiflyaflilc—sdhmmfldallh' = B. Combination of A and E gives a value of pressure [P .= C} requirement in order to transform the graphite into diamond at 293 K. [a] a = as J, a = as emirates, c = none alm {b} a = Iss 1, a = so amylase, c = toss atm {c} a. — coast J, a = as emit'mole, o = 15cc atm {d} £51333 .T, E=-i.9‘9 cmltmole1 C= 143cm} atm {c} a=354c1,a=-143 cmllmole,C=1345ilatm 44. 1I-i'v'hich of following is incorrect {a} The as a ll means iJchetsible process under an isothermal condition. [h] |Liarnot cycle represents the maximum heat engine efficiency {c} as = It} means reversible process and ofim 3‘- 46,“ under an adiabatic condition [d] In an adiabatic condition the irreversible process means that £1.35.” = it and c.3555 = qfl". {e} A+B—t-C+heaLsooHsifl,ifA+B+heat—J-C,thenol-i}fl. 45. in the case of ideal gas {P‘U=nRT'] under isothermal condition the volume of combustion chamber is compressed by piston From "U1 to 1."; so the work {we} done to the heat engbie system is expressed as {a} or = n'FtT 1(1qu ain‘t-F.) [hi w = nET {fiPtflVh re w = net onstage. {d} w = nit {31’5ij [e] vv dPIP + detflp’fl'v} 415-. line amaunt bf energy pass-eased by a diatemie gas meleeule far each Cartesian direetien bf translatiaa rantierl is {a} ltTtE [b] ltT {e} .3ka: {d} EltT {e} SETH. 4?. if a pure substanee systmrl is tmder a thernmdynamie equilibrium state, haw many at" tlte fellewing eenditiens: {UdSu-‘trzfl, [2] dG'EpEi] {3] iinmee (4} dl-Igyred {5} dUEIuEfl, are entreet'? {a} 1, this, [e}3,{d}4,{e} s. i 43. A phase ehange usually deems, {1} at a speeifie temperatme and pressure, {2] with the eynlut-inn n abserptien et" heat, [3} ever a range at" temperature at a given pressure, 1:4] spantaneeusly tsritiibut the . abserptien er eyelutien at best, {5} 1ilritheut passing threugh stable intermediate states. Haw many a abatre statements are eerreet'i' {a} I, (b) 2, {e} 3, {d} 4. {e} 5. and the ether eentains 3 males at the same ideal gas. ‘Iiii'hen the partilien is remetred, the entrepy ehange is {a} Rbtfl, {b} Rlnifl, [e] Elaine {d} Elnfl (e) nene slab-ave is eerreet Sfl. Which of the feliewing statement is apprepriate fer a binary regular selutien medal? {at} sHM=sseaiteta and timestamps. (b) sHM=tssea+3eeeit33sisa anti es“= —arithnai+itglnitajt. 49 A rigid eenleiner is divided bite twe eempartments ef equal yehtme with a pattitien. Due sustains 2 melesj I: {e} whiteness, and ss“= - mglnxg+xaiflttl+2flflim {it} efl=seeetttsflt1 —ar}, {e} nene pf share is eerreet. Misti 51- 1|nitl'hieb nfthe fellewin g faetnrs has less influence an the reerystalliratien preeesses ef a said werlted metal? ta] temperature {b} strain er degree of eeld war}: {a} impurity [d] eempesitien {e} tire arigirtai grain size. interaetinn between eleetren and the beundary {e} the relatien between mifliyity and grain beundary [d] the relatien between hardness and grain baundsry {s} all pith-e shares 53. Strain aging and sharp yield paint are phenernena resulted irern {a} the interaetien between disleeatien and grain beandary {b} the interaetien between disleeatien and impurities {e} the interaetien between stacking faults and grain boundary {d} the imeraetinn belween smelting [suits and impurities {a} mine ei‘ the abeee 54. Far a binary system with pesitiye des'iatien in the yariatien ef the activities with eeneentratium it means [ejl the mining entrepy is smaller {b} the enthalpy is higher {e} the earnpasitiun is less [d] the bflnd strengdi between dissimilar stems is stranger is} the stems eithe same kind tend ta attraet ta eaeh ether. 55. P is the number ef phasesI F is the number at degrees at" fi'eedem, and C is the number at eempenents in a 52 The grain beuadary energy eauld be measured using {a} the phenemenen ef thermal greetrt'ng [bjl the - system. The phase rule is {a} P+CEF+2 {b} F+C-P+E (e) F+ F=C+2 {d} P+C+2=F [e] none ei~ the alt-nee 3’ fee. :eeeeeeen'r re—eee e nee = eefieee-eeereereee ~ eneenee s = eeneeennneeee reiteani eitL-sne-e tee—sneer (diifl-SFtL-S} tee-sneer .2 57". flifii Metene fifi$fl35€fiififliflfifiiffimiflnfififi * HETFUflifl-Hfifi 'i‘ [flififififliflle flmrfimflfiflnififi ibiifilfififlfiiifi‘fl’ffififi refinaneneeaeeese idiififii‘fiEUI-EE {fl} Metaneei‘ififi'tfi 53. eeee he”: fifilfiflififi‘ifiifi D =e elite - ufiflfflfi? : e fifii‘fifii’fii * efififiahflfiflefi = HEP neeea? [a}ti (Ins {eHE {due re}3e 59. iiifififiifirfififiieffitmeteflie glass] aeg- 1 Efitfifififigfi—~fififi g- [flit—Efi‘gflfizfifiwtfiflifl Pfliflflflfiiifi {bimififilfifiieuteefie paintifitjfl {flittifie‘ifieaeaitmenmenie peinnsnifi {annseefissreuieeieie eeimtseifi [Eiffiii’i’ii'li'fgfimeriteeteid peintjr'rfilfi til]. eflflififis‘feenstitutiena] supereeelingfii‘fl ZEEIE [3E ereenaetee'ere ibififlfiflfiliflflfiifi iflfifinfle‘ifliflififlfifififi IIflfi£fiifli§$fiEEfiifififl [eifir‘ififiifliiflififiitfi arm 61. The resistivity efCu at ream temperature is 1.33am"! ehrtt-m, and the free eieetren density in Cu is 3-43:: ttr"-i m‘i. What is its mean here path at reem temperature? {a} 1e.5 run [In 3s.3 am {e} 55.3 nm {a} 33.4 ran t'e] Hill} em. 62. At what it trainee, the forbidden hands cream in 1—D ease? {L is the lamina eenstant} {a} mere: (ne‘er. {e} ere2 {a} siege} [a] nre‘L. 53. Which statement is let ear-reel? {a} eleetrens in Cu has higher rnehility than these in Si. (In) eleetren density efCu is higher than that of Si. {e} eleetrens in Gene has higher Inability fltan these in Si {d} CiaAs has a direct band gap {e} Si has an indireet band gap. 64. Which statement is let een-eeti' {a} Fenni energy et‘rneteis is the highest eeeupieii state at UK (b) Fermi energy efmetais 15 the energy at whieh the ennupaney r31" eieetrens is [1.5 at ream temperature. {C} Fermi energy ef metals is inversely prnpertinnal tn eieetren density. {ti} The density ef state ef metals is pmpertiena] to El‘2 [E is energy at" eleenens} {e} Fermi energy era] is higher than that at" Li. 55. What is the ieni'aatien energy efthe eleetmn in the grnunri state a!" He+_ [ejl -13.fi e‘y' [13} -3.4 eV {C} -i .51 EV [41} -54.4 e‘iu" [e]- -2?.2 eV. tea Ft. certain rat-Jamil}r of ice at Gut; melts into water at m: and in so doing gains [1.] leg of mass. The latent hast of Fusion of the ice is 334 ltle'lcg. What was its initial mass? ta} ass it is” kg {a} sea k 1nJfl kg[e}1.t39 k mt kg in} ass k to3 kg, to} none cfthe above. 15?. A. spaceship moves past 115 at (His, and we measure it to he 36!] m long. How long would we measure it to he if we were moi-ring along with it? {a} 3111] in, [h] 4-04."! m, {c} EDD m, [cl] titlt't m, {e} none of' the above ER. in a hrlfisshaueeefl‘eet experiment, the change in fretilaenc}r ofa 3-5 it ill:3 Ha electromagnetic wave can be detected if the source and absorber have a relative speed of ass mmfs with respect to each other. What is the frequencyr shift for motion toward each other at this speed 'i' {:1} +135 MHz, {a} as Evil-Ia, {o} [LT sit-1:, an 1* MHz, {e} none [tme shake. {it}- [n the Compton-effect experiment, at what scattering angle will the recniling particle have the maximum i ltinetic energy? I {a} 1}" [h] 9t)“ {c} 13G" {41} 2TH” {e} none oi‘ the shove Tl]. 1Iii-then the peak fi'equenejt fi'orn an ideal hIarrltiivotijkr is doubled, what happens to the power output {assuming constant area}? {a} 3 times greater {h} lt‘i times greater {c} El times smaller {ti} 115 times smaller. {e} none of the above am lT] . Which of the following tatterectl},r lists the conformations of cyclohesane in order of increasing energy? talk Chair *2 boat =1 twist is half-chair thihslf—chair s boat is twist -=: chair to}- chair ‘5 twist 1: half-chair c: hoat {d}.cha.ir *2 twist s: best *: half-chair [e]- half-chair c: twist it hnat c ohair T2. In electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions a chlorine suhstituent: {a}. is a deactivator and a m-dinectnr. [h}.is a deactivator and an U,|J-t;ll1"EElflT. [c]. is an activator and a maiirector. {d}. is an activator and an o,p—tiirector. {e}. none of the above T3. Predict the two most iii-tel}.P mechanisms for the reaction oflviodoheasne with sodium ethonicle- {a}. 3H2 and 5H1 {h}.El and Ifl ELEM? and E1 {ti}.El and 5N1 {e}.E1 anti 5N1 [ 5' T4. In the prctcn NME in what regicn cf the specu'nm dcea cne typicallyr Uhfiflfl’fl hydrcgcns haund tn the arcntatic ring? {a}. HILLS ppm {bllfl—Jfl ppm {c}. 4.5-5.5 ppm {11]. Hit-3.9 ppm {e}. 9.0-] an ppm 75- 1'i'ii'hile the cartinan stretching fzeipicncjir fcr simple aldehydes. ketnites, and carhcitylic acids is ahnut lTifl crn-t1 the carhnnyi stretching frequency for amides ia abcut: {autism-t {muss-ml" {c}IEflDcm" {atlases-m" retains cm" 1'6. Which fimcticnal ginup is I'lfl-i' fcund an an amine acid side chain? {a} amine {h} alcnhul {c} carbcsyiic acid [:1] ester {c} all ct” the abuse are ccrrect "FT. Tli‘i'hich cf the fcllcwing is net an intermolecular farce“? {a} dipcle—dipcle {In} inn-inch {c} resnnsncc {cl} hydrngen handing {e} Lendcn farce TE. Which of the fcilcwing alcahalic prclcn is expected tc he the must acidic? (a) $0“ ti F._.-_- . --_.. . T9- Which is the best reaetien aequenee te use if use wants te aeeetnplish an aleehel synthesis abet-I'm hEIew'? ea I CH3EI-1CHh-fl-I: eLa. eHJeHea—eaa 1 | ea3 eI-t3 {a} mews: : {a} Haflflfligfl .i (e) 1}BH3;1}I-IIDEIDH‘ lid) 1} Hsiflfisiw'flzfl; 2} NEH-4 {e} aene ef the above | Eli}- Whieh menemer esn he used te prepare the fellewihg polymer: Me Me Me Me Me n {a} emeritus {h} iseprene {e} isehutylene [El]- trans-pentefle {e} 2-methyl-1-hutene Ififlfi Elm-«32. Assunfing lhe upward reaetien ef the greund en been]. AB te be tatijfdattnl}P distributed. as sheen. 31. The maximum abselute values ef the shes: in the beam is [a] 1.5 BIN; {h} 3J3 EN; {e} 4.5 It'll; {ii} iii} hhl; {e} Herie ef the eheve 32- The maximum ahselute values ef the bending mement. in the beam is {a} 1:15 kN~ m; {b} iii} 134* m; [e] HM] kN- m; {:1} 2M] khh m; {e}Nene eflhe shave -.'|. "It'd" -m WHWEJ-i-h-l—IH—l— |--|-'\-'\-FJ 33. The maximum shear farce in the beam is [a] 3 Ed; {is} 12 m; {c} [4 EH; [cl] IE ltN;{e}i~la1te cf the ahaye E4- The maximum belittling mcmcnt {in kH- m] is {a} 24 [h] 43; {c} 9'1; {:1} ill-ll; {e} Hebe ef the above 35. Lceatiau where the maximum bending mament accurs {a} Paint l3;{l:1jt paint C; {C} Paint D; {d} Paint E; {e} Neue cf the abet-re 36. A prismatic bar cf diameter d=2 ru is stretched by a farce P= 1" EN. The tensile stress in the bar is {a} 2.13 kPa {In} 2-23 HPa {c} I .TS kPa {d} 1.?5 MPa {e} 3.5 MPa 31A circular prismatic bar af length [F2 :11 is stretched by a farce te elengate 3 mm. The axial strain in the bar is {a} [US [bl 0.1315 [c] {lflfllfi [d] flfltlfllfi {e} illltllflfllfi Ell- ft circular prismatic bar is stretched by a farce. it" the axial and the lateral strain an: e. and 32, respectively, then the [’cissen's rattan is defined as- is] sues: {bl en’s: ts] sits: id} safe: is} es“ E: Stir-ill}. A prismatic bar cf length L is stretched by a farce P. The cress secticna! E:ch and the medulus at elasticity cf the bar are A and E, respectively. 39. The elungatian cf the bar is {a} PUIEEA] {b} PHEA] [cl EMlPL) {cl} EM {e} EML I‘:t'|'|ZI.The strain energy in the bar is is} PLfiEAl (bl {PELFEEM is} thth'tEEM id} EMtF'Lt is} tPLzlfiEEfll ...
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