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CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Guess Paper Set-II Second Term 2014

Nov 19, 2013 18:09 IST

    Find CBSE class 12th Chemistry Guess paper for the Second Term examination. Question has been framed as per the syllabus covered in the second term examination. It is very important to prepare the second term examination as it is a part of board exam preparation.


    Some question of this Guess paper are given here

    Q.  Write the reaction when glucose is heated with excess of HI

    What is nitriding process? Write the reaction when Fe reacts with NH3

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    Q.  What is the monomer of orlon polymer or Buna -N- Rubber?

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    Q. Arrange the following molecule in the increasing order of bond angle
                             NH3 , H2O  and  H2S
     Define any two of the following terms :
             (i) van’t Hoff factor
             (ii) Mole fraction
             (iii) Ebullioscopic constant
              (beer) State Raoult’s law.


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        (I) What is meant by the term 'coordination number'?
        (II) What is the coordination number of atoms:
                   (i) In a cubic close-packed structure?
                   (ii) In a body-centred cubic structure?

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    Q. Which methods are usually employed for purifying the following metals:
            (i) Si
           (ii) Ge
           (iii) C
    Mention the concept behind each one of them?

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