Kerala CEE Question Paper 2006.
Kerala Engineering Entrance (KEAM) 2006 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Kerala Engineering Colleges Entrance Examinations for admission to Professional Degree Courses
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The mass of glucose that should be dissolved in 50 g of water in order to produce the same lowering of vapour pressure as is produced by dissolving 1 g of urea in the same quantity of water is
11 1g 2) 3g
3)6g .• 4) 18g
Osmotic pressure observed when benzoic acid is dissolved in benzene is less than that expected from theoretical considerations. This is because
1) benzoic acid is an Organic solute
2) benzoac acid has higher molar mass than benzene
3) benzoic acid gets associated in benzene
4) benzoic acid gets dissociated in benzene
Inductive effect involves ‘
1) displacement of a electrons 2) delocalisatjon of n electrons
3) delocaljsation of a electrons 4)” displacement of r electrons
The twinkling effect f star light is due to.
1) total internal reflection
2) high dense matter of star. –
3) constant burning of hydrogen in the star
4) the fluctuating apparent position of the star being slightly different from the actual position of the star.
The width of the diffraction band varies
1) inversely as the wavelength
2) directly as the width of. the slit
3) directly as the distance between the slit and the screen
4) inverselyas the size of the source from which the slit is illuminated.