EAMCET Question Paper 2009 Medical / Agriculture.
EAMCET i.e Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test 2009 Exam Has been Conducted by JNT University Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. This EAMCET 2009 examination is the procedure to get the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh (APEAMCET).
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The extent of Physisorption of an absorbate increases with
(1) increase in temperature
(2) decrease in surface area of the adsorbent
(3) decrease in pressure of adsorbate
decrease in temperature
Which one of the following statements is not correct ?
(1) In the Dewar’s method for the separation of noble gases, activated coconut charcoal is used.
(2) Krypton is used in miners cap lamps.
(3) ,.The electron affinity values of noble gases are nearly equal to zero.
4)’ Xenon gives different colours when mixed with mrciiry vapour.
Which one of the following statements is true for the optical rotation exhibited by (2R, 3R) and (2S, 3S)-dibromobutanes ?
(1) The direction and magnitude are same
f The direction is opposite, but magnitude is same
(3) The direction is same, but magnitude different
(4) Both the direction and magnitude are different