Information About M.Sc. Chemistry Entrance
Not specific syllabus, However 25% from 1st year, 25% from 2nd year and remaining 50% from 3rd year T.U. syllabus. Mainly focus on third year and past year questions. Sometimes concept (our five sets gives you how to study and what type of question may asked in T.U. Entrance).
No. of Seats:
Central Department (C.D.C.) → 90 T.U. Kirtipur
Tri-chandra Campus (T.C.) → 90 Ghantaghar Kathmandu
Birendra Multiple Campus → 60 Bharatpur, Chitwan
Mahendra Morang Campus → 30 Biratnagar
B.Sc. Degree with Major in Chemistry from T.U. or have received equivalent degree with chemistry from any other university recognized by T.U. are eligible to apply.
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3. As for a possible touch every subjective question and avoid mistake in multiple choice question leads to increase your success rate.
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- Most electropositive element → Cs
- Most electronegative element radioactive in nature → Fr
- Most electronegative element → F
- Element having highest I.P. → He
- Element having lowest I.P. → CS
- Element having highest electron affinity → Cl
- Element having lowest electropositivity → F
- Sun have maximum percentage of hydrogen (90%)
- Most inflammable gas → Hydrogen
- In interstitial hydrides hydrogen is present in atomic state.
- Typical metalloids Þ B, Si, Ge, As and Te.
- Most conductive metal → Silver (Ag)
- Most conductive non-metal → Graphite
- The only liquid at room temperature → Mercury
- Most reactive non-metal → Fluorine
- Most poisonous element → Plutonium
- Platinum (Pt) → White gold.
- Mercury (Hg) → Quick silver
- 24 Carat Gold → Pure gold
- Petroleum → Liquid gold
- Hardest natural occurring substance → Diamond
- Heaviest natural occurring element → 92Cl
- Most covalent compound → CS2CO3
- Most electrovalent compound → CsF
- Amphoteric oxide → ZnO, PbO, Al2O3
- Neutral oxide → CO, NO, N2O, H2O
- Neutral explosive → NCl3
- Artificial explosive → Dynamite
- Oldest halogen known → Chlorine
- Thermal decomposition of organic compound is called → Pyrolysis
- Pyrolysis in alkane is called→ Cracking
- Polonium has 27 isotopes more than any other elements.
- Oil of vitriol → H2SO4
- Marshall’s acid → H2S2O8
- Fool’s gold → FeS2
- Parafffins are → alkanes
- Olefins are → alkenes
- 40% aquerous solution of formaldehyde → formalin
- Carbolic acid is → phenol
- Ethylene is used for ripening of fruits.
- Quantum theory was discovered by → Max Planck
- pH scale was discovered by → Sorenser
- Aqua regia → conc. 1 HNO3 + conc. 3HCl.
- Corrosive sublimate → HgCl2
- Laughing gas → N2O
- Marsh gas → Methane (CH4)
- Water gas → CO + H2
- Brass → Cu + Zn
- Bronze → Cu + Sn
- Gun metal → Cu + Sn + Zn
- Stainless steel → Fe + C + Cr + Ni
- Oxalic acid is obtained from → Cane sugar
- Formic acid is obtained from → Red ants
- Glycerine is obtained from → Olive oil
- Malic acid is obtained from → Apples
- Formula of cryolite – Na3AlF6
- Conc. HNO3 is Aquafortis
- Compound containing polar bond but is non-polar-Co2.
- Pto2 is called adam’s catalyst.
- HCN (Hydrocyanic acid) called prussic acid.
- Turnbull’s blue is Ferro-Ferri cyanide Fe3[Fe(CN)6]2
- Fenton’s Reagent is – H2O2 + Fewdrops of FeCl3.
- Glauber’s salt – Na2SO4.10H2O
- Potash Alum is K2SO4.Al2(SO4)3.24H2O
- Freon – CF2Cl2 – used in refrigerators
- CCl4 – Pyrene – used as fire extinguishers
- Borax has formula Na2CO3.10H2O
- Washing Soda is Na2CO3.10H2O
- Baking Powder is NaHCO3
- Soda ASH is Na2CO3
- The equation which connects the thermo dynamics and electro chemistry is (DG = -nFE)
- Bleaching power – CaOCl2
- Phosphine – CoCl2, Phosgene -PH3
- AgBr – used in photography
- Milk of magnesia – Mg (OH)2 – used in anta acid.
- Calcium Superphosphate – CaH4(Po4)2, Calcium double phosphate CaH2 (HPO4)2 and calcium triple phosphate – Ca(H2Po4)2
- Fluoroapatite is 3 Ca3(Po4)2CaF2
- Calcite is CaCO3
- Rochelle salt – Sodium potassium tararate.
- D2O (Heavy Water) used as coolant in nuclear reactors.
- 40% aq. solution of formaldehyde is called as formalin and used as preservatives.
- Nucleus was discovered by Rutherford.
- Quantum atomic theory was given by Neils Bohr.
- Atom-Dalton, neutron-Chadwick and electron-J.J. Thomson.
- Total no. of lanthanides elements – 14
- Azeotropic mixture of water and alcohol has constant B.P. i.e. at 78.3oc.
- Transition temperature of Hypo (Na2S2O3.5H2O) is 48oc.
- Critical solution temperature of Phenol-water system is 66oc.
- The critical temperature of CO2 is 31.1oc, and ethane is 32.1oc.
- Fully staggered conformation of n-butane is most stable.
- Rectified sprit is 95.5% ethanol.
- Strotium fluorides (SrF2) is one of the compounds present in toothpaste.
- PtCl3 (C2H4) is called Zeise’s salt.
- Raffinose is an example of trisaccharides.
- Oxidation takes place at anode and reduction at cathode.
- Strongest oxidizing agent is Fluorine.
- Lithium is the strongest reducing agent in solution but caesium (Cs) is in air.
- Fenton’s Reagent is H2O2 + few drops of FeSO4.
- Fehling solution CuSO4.5H2O + NaOH + Sodium potasisium tartrate.
- Lindlar catalyst is Pd/BaSO4.
- Molish reagent is an ethanolic solution of a-napthol used for detection of carbonydrates.
- Thomas Salg is Ca3(PO4)2 + CaSiO3 used as a fertilizer.
- Rectified Spirit is (C2H5QH+H2O) used as solvent.
- Schiff reagent – aq. solution of rosaniline hydrochloride whose red colour has been discharged by SO2 (used for detecting) Aldehydes.
- Lucas reagent is conc. HCl + anhyd.Zncl2 used for distinguish different alcohols.
- Fusion mixture – Na2CO3+K2CO3
- Euchlorine is Cl2+ClO3.
- Bordeaux mixture is a solution of CuSo4 + lime.
- Baking Powder is NaHCO3+Sodium potassium tartrate.
- Vinegar is CH3COOH (7.8%)
- Prussic acid is HCN.
- Permuitit (Zeolite) → Na2O.Al2O3.2SiO3.x H2O
- King of chemicals is suphuric acid.
- Glauber salt is Na2SO4.1OH2O.
- Fullerene is an allotrope of C6o of carbon.
- Freon is CCl2F2.
- Calgon is Na2 [Na4(Po3)6]
- Bleaching Powder is CaOCl2
- Borax is Na2B4O7.10H2O and Borazole i.e. inorganic Benzene B3N3H6.