GATE CY Question Paper 2011.
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Q.4 A well known naturally occurring organometallic compound is
(A) vitamin B12 coenzyme (B) chlorophyll
(C) cytochrome P-450 (D) myoglobin
Q.6 The region of electromagnetic spectrum employed in the electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy is
(A) radiowave (B) microwave (C) infrared (D) visible
Q.7 The red color of oxyhaemoglobin is mainly due to the
(A) d-d transition (B) metal to ligand charge transfer transition
(C) Jigand to metal charge transfer transition (D) intraligand it-ice transition
Q.19 On the pressure-empera(ure diagram for a one-component system, the point where the solid-liquid and the liquid-gas curves intersect is
(A) triple point (B) critical point
(C) melting point (D) boiling point
Q.21 If an arbitrary wave function is used to calculate the energy of a quantum mechanical system, the value calculated is never less than the true energy. The above statement relates to
(A) perturbation theory
(B) variation principle
(C) Heisenberg’ s uncertainty principle
(D) quantizat ion of energy