UPSEE/UPTU is a state level entrance examination held to give admission in various disciplines such as: Engineering, Medical, Architecture, Management etc. Many prestigious government and private college is associated with this university. UPSEE engineering entrance exam paper is easier than JEE Main and Advanced. It provides good opportunity for those who cannot make to IITs or NITs.
Find UPSEE/UPTU 2017 Solved Chemistry Sample Paper Set-II in this article. At the end of the article a download link is provided to download the complete sample paper in pdf format.
About the Paper:
This sample paper consists of 50 questions. Each correct answer will give 4 marks. There is no negative marking in this paper. Questions given in this paper cover complete syllabus of UPSEE. All questions are very important as they are developed with great expertise.
Few sample questions from the sample paper are given below:
Q. In a first order reaction, the concentration of the reactant. decreases from 0.8 M to 0.4 M in 15 min. The time taken for the concentrationto change from 0.1 M to 0.025 M is
(a) 30 min
(b) 15 min
(c) 7.5 min
(d) 160 min
Correct Option: (a)
Order = 1,
Since concentration changes from 0.8 M to 0.4 M in 15 min
T50 =15 min
If concentration changes from 0.1 M to 0.025 M
T75 = ?
T75 = 2 × T50 = 2 × 15 = 30 min
Q. Which of the following has highest electron affinity?
Correct Option: (d)
Due to smallest atomic sizes amongst the elements in their respective groups the elements of second period have lower electron affmities loweithan the corresponding elements of the third period. So, chlorine has highest electron affinity.
Q. Which of the following types of reaction occurs when a substituent has got a double bond with evenly distributed ∏-electron cloud?
(a) Electrophilic addition
(b) Nucleophilic addition
(c) Electrophilic substitution
(d) Nucleophilic substitution
Correct Option: (a)
Electrophilic addition reaction takes place when a substituent has got a double bond with evenly distributed ∏-electron cloud.
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