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Old May 13th, 2016, 01:16 PM
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Ya sure buddy I will help you here to get the Karnataka Common Entrance Exam paper so that you can have idea about it.

Here is the exam paper
Alkali metals have negative reduction potential and hence they behave as
(1) Oxidising agents
(2) Lewis bases
(3) Reducing agents
(4) Electrolytes

Which of the following gases has the highest value of RMS – velocity at 298 K? (1) CH4
(2) CO
(3) Cl2
(4) CO2

Cycloalkane formed when 1, 4-dibromopentane is heated with Sodium is
(1) Methyl cyclobutane
(2) Cyclopentane
(3) Cyclobutane
(4) Methyl cyclopentane

In the reaction, 2FeSO4 + H2SO4 + H2O2 → Fe2 (SO4)3 + 2H2O, the oxidizing agent is
(1) FeSO4
(2) H2SO4
(3) H2O2
(4) Both H2SO4 and H2O2

Given Thermochemical equation, 2H2 (g) + O2 (g) → 2H2O(ℓ) ; Δ H = -571.6 kJ. Heat of decomposition of water is
(1) -571.6 kJ
(2) +571.6 kJ
(3) -1143.2 kJ
(4) +285.8 kJ

In Buna-S, the symbol “Bu” stands for
(1) 1-Butene
(2) n-Butene
(3) 2-Butene
(4) Butadiene



For full information buddy please go through the file
Karnataka Common Entrance Exam paper 1








Karnataka Common Entrance Exam paper 2
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