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Contents Introduction of Chemistry Basic Concepts of Chemistry Atomic Structure Chemi~al Bonding Acids, Bases and salts Water Alloys, Nuclear Chemistry, Corrosion Oxidation & Reduction, Liquid, Gases Electrochemistry, Semiconductor, Insulator, Etching

MCQs 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

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Long Questions (No. of parts)

7
8
9

TOTAL

10

18

MARKS BREAKDOWN SCHEME FOR APPLIED CHEMISTRY (Ch-132)


Subjective

PAPER

Objective

Section I: Short Questions

Section II: Long Questions

Total Marks

Applied Chemistry (Ch-132)

10

24

16

50

12-

Objective paper consists of 10 MCQs of 1 mark ~ach. Subjective portion consists of two sections. Section-I: Section-II: Contains 18 short questions out of which 12 will be solved of2 marks each. Contains 3 long questions out of which 2 will be solved of 8 marks each.

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Model Paper "Applied Chemistry" For CAE (Ch-132) 1st Year Examination 2011 & Onward
Roll No. in Figures: Roll No. in Words: Signature of -----Candidate: Signature of Deputy Supdt. _

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(v) The compound which cause permanent hardness in water is

(x) The Etching Reagent Hydro Floric Acid (HF) is used for Etching of

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Model Paper "Applied Chemistry" For DAE (Ch-132) 1st Year Examination 2011 & Onward
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Time: 02:15 Hours Marks: 40

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(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) (xviii) Write short answers to any TWELVE (12) of the following questions. What are Derived units? Give examples. Define Radical, Valency, Formula and Chemical Equation. State postulates of Bohr's Atomic Model. Differentiate between Atomic Mass and Atomic Number. Define Co-Ordinate Covalent Bond. Give one example. Differentiate between Isotopes and Isobars. How temporary Hardness of water is removed by clark's method. What are the disadvantages of scales formation in Boiler. State four important properties of Alpha Rays. Name four methods to prevent Corrosion. State general properties of Alloys. Differentiate between oxidation and reduction with examples. Define Faradays Laws of electrolysis. Write their mathematical forms. Define conductors, semiconductors and insulators. Give exanlples in each case.

Describe Rusting of iron with chemical reactions. Define Etching. Name four Etching reagents. What are the aims of Etching. Name two Etching processes. Name six gaseous insulators.

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Discuss different scales of measuring Hardness of water. Define salts. Give their classification with examples. What are Energy Bands. Discuss Conduction in Conductors, Semiconductors Insulators with the help of Band Theory. Support your answer with diagram. and

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