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- In nitration of nitrobenzene, what is the nucleophile produced? Write a possible mechanism for preparation of nitrobenzene from benzene.
- Write a short note on Synthetic Sweeteners.
- Explain structure of complex ion in K2[Ni(CN)4] on the basis of hybridisation
- Mention a reagent by which methane and ethene can be distinguished
- Boric acid is a weak acid but it acts as strong acid in presence of a polyhydroxy compound. Why?
- How Ceramics are obtained? Write names of ceramics used in cutting and grinding tools.
- On which principle the Langmuir adsorption isotherm depends? Write its hypothesis.
- First electron gain enthalpy of oxygen atom is positive but the second electron gain enthalpy of oxygen is negative. Explain with reason.
- What is called Nuclides? State the element Z=90 atomic weight with 230 and 228 in the form of nuclides.
- Sulphuric acid has high boiling point and viscosity. Explain.
- What are the Uses’ of adsorption?
- Explain: Mordant Dyes.
- How photographic plate is prepared? Explain the preparation.
- Hess’s law is only a corollary of the first law of thermodynamics. Explain.
- Explain the evolution of Spin Quantum Number.
- What are Nucleoside and Nucleotide?
- Explain Raoult’s law for the solution which possesses solute gas in a liquid solvent.
- Write short note on: Substitutional Solid Solution.
- Write difference between Electrochemical cell and`Electrolytic cell
- Explain the equation of average rate of reaction by graph showing the change in concentration of reactants and products with time.
- The first order reaction takes 20 minutes to complete 15% of its concentration, calculate what time will be required to complete its 75% concentration?
- Write short note on Di-saccharides.
- What is meant by the term “concentration of the ore”? Describe the various methods used for this purpose.
- Distinguish between methanoic acid and ethanoic acid?
- What is the Non- stoichiometric defect in crystals?
- What is a Semiconductor? Describe the two main types of Semiconductors and explain the mechanism for their conduction.
- Why does table salt NaCl sometimes appear yellow in colour?
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