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K.K.

R`SINSTITUTION
MAHABUBNAGAR
PHYSICSAL SCIENCE
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
CLASS X (2008—2009)
CONTACT: KIRAN 9392345957

PHYSICS--(DIAGRAMS SECTION AND RELATED TO ANSWERS)


(* Indicates most important)
1. Screw gauge 2. *Errors of screw gauge 3. *E.M.S.
4. *Formation of Electro magnetic waves 5.Position on nodes and anti nodes
6. Formation of resonating air Columns 7. *Huygen’s wave front
7*. Interference 8. Main parts of laser 9. *N-pole of a magnet facing geo-N
10. *S-pole of a magnet facing geo-N of earth 11. *Joule calorimeter
12. Simple ckt 13. *Electric motor 14. *Dynamo 15. Transformer
16.* Nuclear reactor 17. Depletion layer 18. *Transistors
19.* Radio communication 20. T.V communication 21. Computer

CHEMISTRY-- (DIAGRAMS SECTION AND RELATED TO ANSWERS)


(* Indicates most important)
22. *d-orbitals 23. *P-orbitals 24. *Moller diagram 25.*Multiple bonds
26.NH3, PH3 27. *Extraction of Mg 28. Standard flasks 29.Benzene
30. *Manufacture of sugar 31.Manufacture of Alcohol 32.Pipete bond
33. Hydrogenation of oils 34.Structures of Aniline yellow dye
35.*Asprin and Paracetemol 37. Fractionation in petroleum

PHYSICS-- (LAQ-- SECTION)


(* Indicates most important)
*39. Diameter of a screw gauge. *40 Errors of a screw gauge
41. Wt.of a body *42. Difference b/w C.P.F & C.F.F 43.banking of angle
*44. Acc.due to gravity of simple pendulum. *45. Velocity of sound in air
*46. Characteristic of simple Harmonic motion 47. Population inversion
48. Wave lengths of electro-magnetic radiations *49.Huygen`s Principle
*50. Difference b/w P.WAVE and S.WAVE 51.Domain theory
*52. Incidents of resonance in day-to-day life *53. Ewing’s theory
*54. Reflection and refraction in a ripple tank. 55. Diffraction in a ripple tank
*56. Difference b/w N.theory and H.theory 57.Ohm`s law verification
58. Basics process involved in working of a laser 59.Transformer
*60. Series and parallel connection *61.Lenz`s law
62. Joule’s law verification *63.Nuclear fission reaction
*64. Electric motor construction and working *65.Solids classifications
*66. Faraday’s second law verification *67.semi-conductors
*68. Transistors and diodes properties and uses * 69.Nuclear rector
70. Radio & T.V.communication *71.Nuclear fusion reaction
72. Formation of depletion layer 74.Scanning
75. Modulation and De-modulation 76.Block diagram of a computer
76. Importance of a computer in daily life

CHEMISTRY-- (LAQ-- SECTION)


(* Indicates most important)
*77. Bohr`s theory and defects. *78 Rutherford’s model
79. Modern atomic structure *80. Hund`s rule 81. Pauli`s exclusion
82. IE and factors influence it. *83. Multiple bonds
*84. Different types of overlapping 85. At. Size and IE variation in Prd. & Gr.
*86. Reaction of IIA group with H, Cl, H20 *87.0.01M of Sod.carb. Soln. Prep.
*88. Solubility factors of solution 89.Arrenhius theory
*90. Difference b/w diamond and graphite *91. Substitution reactions
*92. Carbohydrates all questions. *93. Soap manufacture
*94. Difference b/w soap and detergent manufacture
* 95.Drugs classification and sources of drug
96. Characteristics of face powder *97. Fertilizers and examples
98. Pottery and earthenware

PHYSICS-- (SA & VSA-- SECTION)


(Most important)
99. Principle of a screw gauge. *100. Factors that influence g.*101.Mass & Wt
*102. Max.ht. reached by the body. 103. Ta = Td *104.centrifuge & L-driver
105. Necessity of banking of roads 106.Oscillatory motion in day-to-day life
*107. Common features of e.m.r *108.Properties of laser 109.Coherence
*110. Uses of lasers in various fields’ *111.Inverse square law of magnetism

*112. Comparison of R.P and magnetic permeability of Ferro magnetic substances


*113. Ohmic and non ohmic conductors *114.Laws of resistance 115.W = i2Rt
116. Faradays laws of electrolysis and applications *117.Principle of electric motor
118. Principle of dynamo *119.A.R.H rule 120.Principle of transformer
*121. Step-up & Step-down transformer *122.Half-life period
*123.Account for mass defect *124.Decay`s *125.Artificial transmutation
*126. Radio active dating *127.Thermo nuclear reactions
128. Acceptor and donor impurities *129.Forward and reverse bias
*130.Machine language and High-level language

CHEMISTRY-- (SA & VSA-- SECTION)


(Most important)

131. Sommer field model 132.Aufbaus principle 133. Aufbau principle


134. Elec.confg. of N, Ne, Na, Al, P, Cl, Ca, Cr, Cu and Zn. 135. elect. of Var.orbitals?
136. Orbital and Orbit 137.Sigma and Pie bonds 138. S-P overlapping
139. Transistion and inner transition elements 139. Periodic laws
140. Oxidation and reduction 141. Ionic product of H20
142. Heat of neutralization 143.Chemical properties of acids and bases
144. SA & SB WA & WB 145. Addition reactions of alkenes
146. Hydrogenation of oils 147. Industrial uses of oils

PHYSICS--(DEFINATIONS & LAWS)


(Most important)
148. Hooke`s law 149. Angular velocity and displacement 150.cent.acc
151. Periodic motion 152. Resonance and damped vibrations 153. S.angle
154. Pole strength 155. Magnetic moment 156. Retentivity
157. Sp.magnetism 158. Mag.Susceptibility 159. Ele.potential
160. Resistance 161. Ohm’s law 162. Sp.resistance
163. Joule’s law 164. KWH and wH 165. e.c.e
166. Self inductance 167. Mutual inductance 168. Mass defect
169. Einstein law 170. Law of R.A.S. 171. Moderator
172. Energy band 173. Isotopes, Isobars and isotones 174. Byte

CHEMISTRY--(DEFINATIONS)
(Most important)

175. Atomic orbital 176. Nodal region 177. Degenerate orbitals


178. IP & EA 179. C.C.B. 180. Debonair triads
181. Morality and solubility 182. Catenation 182. Allotrophy
183. Polymerization 184. Adhesive, Annealing, 185.Primary nutrients,