Engineering Chemistry -1 Part A and Part B questions

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UNIT–I–WATERTREATMENTPROCESS:
PART–A(2Marks)
1. Define hardness of water.
2. Distinguish between carbonate hardness and noncarbonate hardness.
3. Draw the structure of EDTA. What happens when EDTA is added to
hard water?
4. Define alkalinity.
5. Why is water softened before using in boiler?
6. What is meant by priming and foaming? How can they be prevented?
7. What is meant by caustic embrittlement? How is it prevented?
8. Indicate the reasons for boiler corrosion.
9. What is the role of phosphates in the internal treatment of water?
10. What is calgon conditioning? How is it functioning in water treatment?
11. Mention requisites of potable water.
12. Write briefly on disinfection of water by UV treatment.
13. Write the principle involved in the desalination of water by reverse
osmosis.
14. Define the term break-point chlorination.
15. Define desalination.
16. What is Sodium zeolite? What is its use?
PART–B(16Marks)
1. (i) What is the principle of EDTA method? Describe the estimation of
Hardness of water by EDTA method.
(ii) What is the various methods by which disinfection of domestic water is
carried out? Explain. (8)
2. (i) Describe briefly the different steps in the purification of water for drinking
Purposes. (8)
(ii) What is desalination? Name the different methods of desalination. Explain
any one in detail. (8)
3. (i) Discuss briefly about the problems caused due to the usage of hard water
in boilers.(8)
(ii) What are Zeolites? How do they function in removing the hardness? (8)
4. (i) How is internal treatment of boiler water carried out?
(ii) Describe the principle and method involved in the determination of
different types and amount of alkalinity of water (8)(8)
UNIT–II–SURFACECHEMISTRY
PART–A(2Marks)
1. How does chemisorption differ from physisorption?
2. How will you increase the activity of adsorbent?
3. Define adsorption? What is an adsorption isotherm?
4. What is Freundlich's adsorption isotherm?
5. What are promoters?
6. What is catalytic poisoning?
7. What is the effect of temperature and pressure on the adsorption of
hydrogen gas on charcoal?
8. Define ion-exchange adsorption
9. What is langmuir adsorption isotherm? How it is mathematically represented?
10. What is the demerit of langmuir adsorption isotherm?
PART–B(16Marks)
1. (i) Distinguish between physical adsorption and chemisorption. [6]
(ii)Derive an expression for Langmuir unimolecular adsorption isotherm.
What are its limitations? [10]
2(i) Explain adsorption theory (or) contact theory with examples. [6]
(ii) Explain the classification & functions of ion-exchangers.[10]
3 (i) Define the term adsorption and list its application [4]
(ii) Explain the role of adsorption in demineralization of water.[8]
(iii) Give any three factors on which adsorption depends [4]
4 (i) Derive Freundlich's adsorption isotherm. Give the conditions in which
It fails. [6]
(ii) Explain the role of adsorption in catalytic reactions [10]
5 (i) Discuss the factors which influence adsorption of gas on a solid. [8]
(ii) Define adsorption isotherm. Explain the various types of adsorption
Isotherm. [8]
6 (i) Explain the role of adsorbents in pollution abatement. [12]
(ii) Define the terms adsorbent and adsorbate giving suitable examples.[4]
UNIT–III–ELECTROCHEMISTRY
PART–A(2Marks)
1. What is a cell? Mention its types.
2. Define the terms (i) single electrode potential (ii) Electrochemical cells.
3. Define Helmholtz electrical double layer.
4. Write Nernst equation.
5. Define a reference electrode. Give one example.
6. What is electromotive series? What is its significance?
7. What is electrode concentration cell? Give one example.
8. Find the potential of the cell in which the following reactions takes place
at 250 C.
Zn (s) + Cu2+ (0.02M) → Cu(s) + Zn2+ (0.4M)
9. What is electro chemical cell?
10. Why can glass electrode not be used for a solution of high alkalinity?
11. What are reversible & irreversible cells?
12. What are the advantages of conductometric titrations?
PARTB [16marks]
1. (i) Derive Nernst equation. Give its significances. (8)
(ii) What are reference electrodes?
with neat diagram and mention their uses.
2. (i) Describe a glass electrode. How can it be used for determining the pH
Of a solution? (8)
(ii) How is Emf of a galvanic cell measured by poggendroff's compensation
method? (5)
(iii) Consider the cell reaction,
Describe any two reference electrodes(8)
Zn(s) +Fe2+ (0.005 M)
Zn2+ (0.01 M) + Fe(s)
Given that the standard emf of the cell at 298 K is 0.323 V. Construct the cell
and Calculate the emf of the cell.
3. (i) What are Reference Electrode? Explain the types with neat diagrams and
mention their uses(8)
ii) Describe the construction and working of calomel electrode & hydrogen
electrode (4+4)
4. (i) What is the principle underlying conductometric titration? Explain acid-base
titrations with neat graph.
(ii)Describe a quinhydroneelectrode how it can be used for the determination of
pH of the solution? (8)
5. (i) What is the principle underlying Potentiometric titration? Explain Redox
titrations with neat graph.
(ii)What is electrochemical series .Give its applications (8)
UNIT–IV–ENERGYSOURCESANDENERGYSTORINGDEVICES:
 PART–A(2Marks)
1. Define nuclear fission.
2. What is nuclear chain reaction/
3. What is a nuclear reactor?
4. Mention any two differences of a nuclear reaction and a chemical reaction?
5. What is breeder reactor?
6. What is solar cell?
7. What are the applications of hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell?
8. What is wind energy? How is it obtained?
9. What is fissile and fertile nucleides?
10. What is super critical mass and sub critical mass?
11. What is nuclear energy?
12. What is a battery? How does it differ from a cell?
13. What are the advantages of alkaline battery over dry cell?
14. How is NICAD battery constructed?
PART–B(16Marks)
1. (i) What is a nuclear reactor? Describe the components of a light water nuclear
power Plant with a suitable block diagram. (10)
(ii) Explain the mechanism and characteristics of a nuclear fission reaction with
suitable
Example.(6)
2. i)What is reversible battery? Describe the construction and working of lead acid
storage battery with reacting occurring during charging and discharging. (8)
(ii) How is NICAD battery constructed? Explain with cell reactions. Give its uses. (8)
3 i) Write a brief note on Lithium battery. (8)
ii) What are Fuel cells? Explain the construction and working of H2-O2
4. i) Define Photo galvanic cell. Explain its working with diagram. Give its
applications. (10)
ii) Write note on wind energy. (6)
cell.(8)
fuel
UNIT–V–ANALYTICALTECHNIQUESANDCHEMOMETRICS:
PART–A(2Marks)
1. State Beer –Lambert's law. Give its limitations.
2. Name the components of colorimeter.
3. What is flame photometry?
4. How are alkali and alkaline –earth metals detected in
Give examples.
5. What are the sources of UV light in UV-Visible spectrophotometer?
6. Define the term Bathochromic shift.
7. What is finger print region? Mention its important uses.
8. Write any two disadvantages of AAS.
9. Compare atomic absorption spectroscopy and flame emission spectroscopy
10. How are IR spectral range subdivided?
11. What are the limitations of flame photometry?
flame photometry?
PART–B(16Marks)
1. (i) Derive Beer-Lambert's law. Give its limitations.
(ii)What is Colorimetry? With a block diagram explain how it is used to
estimate iron (8)
2. (i) Explain briefly the principle and instrumentation of flame photometry. How
do you estimate sodium using flame photometry?
(ii)Explain the various components and working of UV-Visible
Spectrophotometer. (8)
3. (i)What is IR spectroscopy?. Explain the various components and working of IR
spectrophotometer.
ii)With neat energy level diagram explain various transitions involved in UV
Spectra. (8)
4.(i) Explain how different fundamental modes for different types of compounds
Are estimated in IR spectra.
(ii) Discuss the principle of atomic absorption spectroscopy. Give the block
diagram of AAS.(8)
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