GATE XL Question Paper 2008.
GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Life Sciences 2008 Exam has been conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE XL 2008 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech
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Q. 1 Which of the following will NOT conduct electricity?
(A) Solid metallic Na (B) Solid NaCI (C) Aqueous NaCl (D) Fused NaCI
Q.4 The plot of concentration of A against time is a straight line with negative slope for the reaction:
A -> products
The order of the reaction is
(A)—1 (B)0 (C) 1 (D) 2
Q.7 An aqueous mixiure solution is prepared which contains 0.1 M of KCI and 0.1 M K!. To this solution, a drop of 0.01 M aqueous solution of AgNO, is added.
Which of the following Statement is correct
(A) A precipitate forms which is primarily Ag!.
(B) A precipitate forms which is primarily AgCI.
(C) A precipitak forms which has cquimolar amounts of AgCI and Agi.
(D) There will be no precipitation, as there is no common ion between potassium and silver salts.
Q.13 The reactwily order for nitration of benzene, chlorobenzene, phenol and nhtrobenzcnc is
(A) Beniene > Chlorobenzcnc> Phenol > Nitrobenzene
(B) Phenol > Benzenc > Chlorobcnzcne> Nitrohcn,cne
(C) Nitrobenzenc > Phenol > Chlorohenzene> Heniene
(D) Phenol > Chlorobenzene > Bcnzcne > Nitrobenzene