1. Carbohydrates are also known as .
a) Hydrates of water b) Hydrates of nitrogen c) Hydrates of carbon d) Hydrates of oxygen
2. Carbohydrates are represented by the General formula
a) Cx (H2O2)y
b) Cx (HO2)y c) Cx ( H2O)y
d) Cx (OH)y
CHEM.-I IONIC EQUILLIBRIA
MARCH-2008.- (1) Ostwalds dilution law is applicable in case of dilute solution of( 1 mark )
(a) HCl (b) H2SO4 (c) NaOH (d) CH3COOH
(2) Derive Ostwalds dilution law for weak acid. ( 2 marks )
(3) Define Hydrolysis of salt and sho
Chem-II - Aldehydes and Ketones
Q.1. What are Aldehydes and Ketones ? Give one example of each.
Q.2. What are Simple (symmetrical) and Mixed (unsymmetrical) Ketones ? Give one example of each.
Q.3. Write the IUPAC name of the following Aldehydes and Keton
Acids and Esters (05 Marks )
Q.1. What are Carboxylic acids ? Give any two examples of Carboxylic acids.
Q.2. Write the IUPAC name of the following carboxylic acids.
(1) H-COOH (2) CH3-COOH (3) CH3-CH2-COOH (4) (CH3)2-CH2-COOH (5) (CH3)3C-COOH
1. The branch of physical chemistry which deals with the study of the rate of chemical reaction proceeding
under given condition of temperature , pressure and concentration is called .
a) Chemical thermodynamic b) chemical equilibrium
Q. What are Carbohydrates ? Give examples.
Ans:- Carbohydrates:- Carbohydrates are Polyhydroxy aldehydes or Polyhydroxy Ketones or compounds on
hydrolysis gives Polyhydroxy aldehydes or Polyhydroxy Ketones or both.
Examples :- Glucose , Fruc
CHEM :- II * Chemistry in every day life *
( 4 Marks )
Q.1. Define : (a) Chemotherapy (b) Medicine / Drugs
Ans:- (a) Chemotherapy :- The branch of science which deals with the treatment of diseases using suitable
chemicals is called Chemotherapy.
d block elements
1. The elements in which differentiating electron enters (n-1) d subshell ( penultimate shell ) are known as .
a) S-block elements
b) P-block elements
c) d-block elements
d) f-block elements
2. The d-block elements are also known as .
Sheth H.J.Shah Jr.College Navapur.
Second Unit test January 2008
Max Mark 30
Name :-. Seat No.
Q.1 A) Fill in the blanks
i) According to ohms law, potential difference = current x- ( Resistance, power, w
6.0 APPLICATION OF THE PROGRAM
Once a dam is designed using preliminary guidelines; site geographical
conditions and service requirements, it has to be analyzed in detail to avoid failure after
construction and proper functioning. An econom
The Three Gorges Dam
Chris Stanley 11IRW
Candidate Number 2527
25th January 2007
The Three Gorges Dam project, presently being built on the Chinese River
Yangtze and it is know to be the worlds largest dam and one of the
Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research
Vol. 59, September 2000, pp 852-855
A Case Study of Chandrapura Thermal Power Station - Leaching
Study of Trace Elements from Fly Ashes
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