© All Rights Reserved

Als PDF, TXT **herunterladen** oder online auf Scribd lesen

2 Aufrufe

© All Rights Reserved

Als PDF, TXT **herunterladen** oder online auf Scribd lesen

- The Hyper Drive Further Explained
- Ph302 Tutorial Sheet 1
- Minority Brochure 07
- jm960444z
- Geometrical Optics Lectures (1 of 4)
- Food Nutrition
- m251
- Oleg L. Polyansky et al- High-Temperature Rotational Transitions of Water in Sunspot and Laboratory Spectra
- Chemistry
- inpho-10
- WELLAN 2000 Product Brochure
- Waveguides Report
- PRA_2004
- isaac newton
- Nature of Light
- Atomic Theory
- Checking Progress in IB Chemistry
- Light Quantum Vacuum
- Pilkington Brothers, 192X
- 1285.full

Sie sind auf Seite 1von 24

Time : 3 Hrs.

MM : 186

PART - I : PHYSICS

SECTION - 1

Only One Option Correct Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY

ONE is correct.

1.

In the given graph K line is drawn for square root of frequency and atomic number. Then choose the K line graph

in figure shown.

(a)

(c)

(b)

(d)

2.

3.

4.

(A) a

(B) b

(C) c

(D) d

(A) 30

(B) 60

(C) 45

(D) Either 30 or 60

A vessel is half filled with a liquid of refractive index . The other half of the vessel is filled with immiscible liquid of

refractive index 1.5 . The apparent depth of the vessel is 50% of the actual depth, then is

(A) 1.6

(B) 1.67

(C) 1.5

(D) 1.4

eye

which are in air as shown. If t denotes the film thickness and

denotes the wavelength of light in the film, which film(s) will produce

constructive interference as seen by observer?

(A) I only

(B) II only

t

5

t = 4

(I)

t = 2

(II)

eye

1/19

5.

6.

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

In YDSE, one of the slits is wider than the other, so that, the amplitude of the light from one slit is double that from

the other slit. If Im be the maximum intensity, the resultant intensity when they interfere at a phase difference is

given by

(A)

Im

2

1 + 2cos

3

2

(B)

Im

2

1 + 4 cos

5

2

(C)

Im

2

1 + 8 cos

9

2

(D)

Im

2

8 + cos

9

2

The ratio of time period of revolution of 2nd orbit electron in He+ ion and 3rd excited state electron in Le++ is

(A)

9

32

(B)

32

9

(C)

4

37

(D)

37

4

SECTION - 2

One or More Options Correct Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE

OR MORE are correct.

7.

A equi-biconvex length of focal length 10 cm is silvered as shown in figure. Refractive index of glass is equal to

3

.

2

(B) Focal length of mirror would be equal to 2.5 cm

(C) An object is placed at point on axis such that its image is also formed at same point, the distance of that

point from lens would be 10 cm

(D) An object is placed at point on axis such that its image is also formed at same point, the distance of that

point from lens would be 5 cm

Space for Rough Work

2/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

8.

A beam of white light incident on a combination of thin prisms with equal angles. In the outgoing beam, the rainbow

colours are observed as shown. stands for refractive index and for angle of dispersion. Then

2

R

White light

Y

1

(A) 1 < 2

(B) 2 = 1

(C) 1 > 2

(D) 1 > 2

9.

Two coherent monochromatic sources A and B emit light of wavelength . The distance between A and B is integral

multiple of . If a light detector is moved along a line CD, parallel to AB, from to +, 8 minimas are observed.

Choose the correct options.

Y

D

A

B

x=0

X

C

(B) If the detector is moved along X-axis from B to , then 5 maximas will be observed

(C) At a distance of x =

15

first minima will be observed

24

(D) At a distance of x =

15

first minima will be observed

28

Space for Rough Work

3/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

10. ABC is a right angled prism having other angles of 30 and 60 as shown. Two rays 1, 2 are incident on prism such

that ray 1 just suffers TIR on second face. Ray 2 is incident on one face and emerges perpendicular to the other

face. If light incident has same wavelength, choose correct options.

A

30

1

2

B

(A) Refractive index of the prism is

60

(C) Angle of deviation suffered by ray 2 is 30

(D) The refractive index of the prism is 2

11. A gas of hydrogen like atoms has some atoms in the lowest ground energy level A and some atoms in a particular

upper excited energy level B and there are no atoms in any other energy level. The atoms of gas make transition

to higher energy level by absorbing monochromatic light of photon energy 2.7 eV. Subsequently the atoms emit

radiation of only six different energy photons. Some of the emitted photons have an energy 2.7 eV, some have

more and some less than 2.7 eV.

(A) The principal quantum number of initially excited level B is 2

(B) The ionisation energy of gas atoms is 14.4 eV

(C) Maximum emitted energy of photon is 13.5 eV

(D) Minimum emitted photon has energy 0.7 eV

SECTION - 3

Paragraph Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate to two paragraphs

with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one correct answer among the four choices

(A), (B), (C) and (D).

Paragraph for Question Nos. 12 to 13

Consider a neutron and an electron bound to each other due to gravitational force. Assume that the electron orbits

around the neutron in circular path. Bohr's quantization rule for angular momentum is applicable in this case. Take

mass of neutron as m1 and mass of electron as m2. (assume m1>>>m2)

Space for Rough Work

4/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

(A)

n 2h2

2Gm1m22

(B)

n 2h2

22Gm1m22

(C)

n 2h2

2Gm1m22

(D)

n 2h2

4 Gm1m22

2

(A)

2Gm1m2

nh

(B)

Gm1m2

nh

(C)

Gm1m2

nh

(D)

4Gm1m2

nh

A cylinder of height h and radius R is kept in the path of a parallel beam of light of large aperture. If beam carries

an intensity I.

(A)

8IhR

3C

(B)

IhR

C

(C)

2IhR

C

(D)

2IhR

3C

15. Let the surface of cylinder has reflection co-efficient 0.8, then force on cylinder would be

(A)

8IhR

3C

(B)

38 IRh

15 C

(C)

2IhR

15C

(D)

64 IRh

15 C

5/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

SECTION - 4

Matching Column Type

This section contains 2 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching Columns. The codes for the Columns

have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

16. In YDSE as shown in figure, is the angular position of any point on screen. Both the slabs are of same thickness

= 10 m.

Match column-I with column-II in the codes given below the columns.

slab1

2

slab2

Screen

Column I

Column II

(3) If = 0 and 1 = 2

Codes :

P

(A) 1

(B) 1

(C) 4

(D) 4

2

Space for Rough Work

6/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

17. An electron is orbiting around the nucleus in nth orbit, of a hydrogen like atom. Assuming Bohr's model to be true,

match the physical quantities given in column-I with their dependence on the principal quantum number in

column-II, in the codes given below the columns.

Column I

Column II

(1)

(2)

1

n4

1

n5

(3) n

(4) n3

Codes :

P

(A) 2

(B) 3

(C) 2

(D) 3

4

SECTION - 5

Integer Value Correct Type

This section contains 3 questions. The answer to each of the question is a single digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9. The

appropriate bubbles corresponding to the respective question numbers in the ORS have to be darkened. For example,

if the correct answers to question numbers X, Y and Z (say) are 6, 0 and 9, respectively, then the correct darkening of

bubbles will look like the following :

18. A radioactive sample contains two radioactive nuclides A and B having decay constant hr1 and 2 hr1. Initially

25% of total decay comes from A. How long (in hr) will it take before 75% of total decay comes from A ? [Take = ln 3]

19. A light of wavelength is incident on a metal sheet of work function 2 eV. The wavelength varies with time as =

3000 + 40t, where is in and t is in second. The time (second) after which the photoelectric emission will stop

to the nearest integer is 16n, find n. [Take hc = 12400 eV ]

20. To measure the volume of the blood of an animal, the following experiment was done. A 10 ml sample of solution

containing radioactive element (t1/2 = 40 min) with an activity of 450 dps was injected into the animals blood stream.

20 min required for complete circulatory mixing. After 80 min, a 4.0 ml sample was withdrawn and found to have an

activity of 5 dps. If the volume of the blood in animal is 10 n (in ml), then find n.

Space for Rough Work

7/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

PART - II : CHEMISTRY

SECTION - 1

Only One Option Correct Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY

ONE is correct.

21. Which of the following statement is incorrect ?

(A) Cyclopentanone undergoes faster nucleophilic addition reaction than cyclohexanone

(B) In water, HCHO exists majorly as geminal diol

(C) In CH2Cl2, aldehydes and ketone can never form diol hence are not oxidized by PCC in CH2Cl2

(D) Chloral majorly exists in form of dihydrate

22. In the reaction sequence

P2O5

NH2

(ii) H3O

I2

Ca(OH)2

R + yellow ppt

'R' is taken out from solution and dry heated which produces 'S'.

P and S respectively are

O

(A)

NH2 and

(C)

NH 2 and

O

and

(B)

NH2

(D)

N and

NH2

A

23.

(M = 113 g/mol)

NaNO2

HCl

(A) "D" is having molecular formula C7H15N

Space for Rough Work

8/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

CH3

24.

20

OH

17

CH3

6

3

4

NaOD

D2 O/ THF

When the above reaction takes place several hydrogens are readily exchanged by deuterium. The readily exchangeable

hydrogens are on atoms numbered

(A) 2 and 20 only

(B) 2, 4 and 17 only

(C) 2, 4 and 20 only

(D) 1, 2, 17 and 20

O

25.

Cl +

NH2

O

Cl

(A)

(B)

NHCH2CH3

NHCH2CH3

NHCH2CH3

(C)

(D)

NH2

Cl

26. Which of the following reactions would not be an acceptable method for the preparation of methyl benzoate?

(A)

C Cl

CH3OH

CH3I

C OCH3

(B)

C O Na

C OCH3

(D)

C O C

C OCH3

O

(C)

C O Na

CH3OH

CH3OH

C OCH3

O

9/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

SECTION - 2

One or More Options Correct Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE

OR MORE are correct.

27. Which of the following give single organic product on treatment with KOH ?

(A) PhCOCOPh

(B) OHCCHO

(C) OHC(CH2)5CHO

(D)

CHO

C2H4 +

H2O/OH

C

..

(A) CCl2 is acting as nucleophile

N CHCl2

N CHO

(A) Hydrogen bonding

CO

CuCl, HCl

AlCl3

30.

(major

product)

HCHO

conc. KOH

B+C

(major products)

(A) B =

COOK

(B) C = CH3OH

(C) C =

CH2OH

(D) B = HCOOK

Space for Rough Work

10/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

31. In which of the following reaction/s cyclic intermediate / transition state is involved?

(A) Perkin reaction

SECTION - 3

Paragraph Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate to two paragraphs

with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one correct answer among the four choices

(A), (B), (C) and (D).

Paragraph for Question Nos. 32 to 33

An ordinary D-(+)-glucose has melting point 146C and specific rotation [] = + 112. One another form of D - (+)glucose has melting point 150C and specific rotation [] = 18.7. The form of low melting point for glucose is

known as form and other form as -form.

When any of the pure form is allowed to stand in acidic solution then optical rotation changes till reaches to fix

value 52.7. This change in optical rotation towards an equilibrium value is called mutarotation.

32. Mutarotation is the characteristic feature of

(A) Enantiomer

(B) Anomer

(C) Epimer

33. What percentage of -(D) (+) glucopyranose is found at equilibrium in aqueous solution?

(A) 50%

(B) 74%

(C) 36%

(D) 64%

Paragraph for Question Nos. 34 to 35

H2/Pd

B

(C10H18)

(i) Br2

h

C

(C10H18O)

(mono

bromination)

ZnCl2

(H2O)

(i) aq.KOH

Na2CO3,

F

(Major product)

(i) O3

E

(i) DMS

(A) 3

(B) 2

(C) 4

(D) 5

Space for Rough Work

11/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

O

O

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

SECTION - 4

Matching Column Type

This section contains 2 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching Columns. The codes for the Columns

have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

36. In column (I) acids are given their respective acidic strength order is given from right to left in column (II).

Column I

Column II

+

(Q) Me3 NCH2COOH, O2NCH2COOH, NCCH2COOH

p-hydroxy benzoic acid

Codes :

P

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 2

4

Space for Rough Work

12/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

37. Compounds given in column (I) are treated with CH3MgBr (excess) in dry ether followed by addition of H2O and

qualitative test on formed products are given in column II.

Column I

Column II

(P) CH3 C Cl

||

O

(Q) CH3 C N

||

O

(S) H C OCH3

||

O

Codes :

P

(A) 4

(B) 3

(C) 1

(D) 1

2

SECTION - 5

Integer Value Correct Type

This section contains 3 questions. The answer to each of the question is a single digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9. The

appropriate bubbles corresponding to the respective question numbers in the ORS have to be darkened. For example,

if the correct answers to question numbers X, Y and Z (say) are 6, 0 and 9, respectively, then the correct darkening of

bubbles will look like the following :

38. Succinaldehyde on reaction with P2O5 produces organic compound 'X'. How many electrons are there in 'X' in

electron cloud?

39. Phthalic anhydride is treated with phenol in acidic medium. How many aromatic rings are there in one molecule of

product?

40. How many functionality are present in monomer of Nylon-6?

Space for Rough Work

13/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

SECTION - 1

Only One Option Correct Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY

ONE is correct.

41. If xdy = y(dx + ydy), y 0, y(1) = 1 and y() = 3, then '' is equal to

(A) 5

(B) 5

(C) 15

(D) 15

42. A term is selected from the expansion of (x + y + z)10 at random. The probability that two variables out of x, y and

z have the same power is

(A)

5

22

(B)

3

11

(C)

3

22

(D)

9

22

43. Let r = (a b )sin x + (b c )cos y + 2(c a ) , where a, b, c are non-zero and non-coplanar vectors. If r is orthogonal

x2 + y 2

to a + b + c , then find the minimum value of

99

(A)

(C)

5 2

5

4 99

(B)

(D)

5

99

5

4 99

44. Two urns contains, respectively m1 and m2 white balls and n1 and n2 black balls. One ball is drawn at random

from each urn and then from the two drawn balls one is taken at random. The probability that the drawn ball is white

m2 n2

1 m1n1

(A) 2 m + n + m + n

1

2

2

1

m2

1 m1

(B) 2 m + n + m + n

1

2

2

1

m2 n1

1 m1n2

(C) 2 m + n + m + n

1

1

1 1

m1

1 n1

(D) 2 m + n + m + n

1

1

1 1

Space for Rough Work

14/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

45. Let a = ( log3 x ) i + 2 j + k

b = ( log3 x ) i + ( log3 x ) j k

Given angle between a and b lies in the range , for every x (0, ). Then belongs to

2

(A) [0, 1]

(B) [1, 0]

(C) [1, 1]

(D) [0, 2]

46. If u, v , w are non-zero and non-coplanar vectors, then find the number of ordered pairs (p, q) so that

pv pw ] [ pv w qu ] [ 2w qv qu ] = 0

[3u

p, q, R

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

SECTION - 2

One or More Options Correct Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE

OR MORE are correct.

47. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true for any two events A and B ?

(A) Suppose that P(A/B) = P(B/A), P(A B) = 1 and P(A B) > 0 then P(A) >

(B) If P(BC) =

(C) If P(A) =

1

2

5

1

1

and P(A/B) =

then maximum value of P(A) =

8

4

2

1

2

1

and P(B) = , then P(AC BC)C + P(AC BC)C =

3

3

2

48. Let first and second row vectors of matrix A be r1 = [1 1 3] and r2 = [2 1 1] and let the third row vector be in the

plane of r1 and r2 and perpendicular to r2 with magnitude 5 , then which of the following is /are true ?

(A) Tr (A) = 3

(B) Volume of parallelopiped formed by r2 , r3 and r2 r3 equals 30

(D) [ r1 r2 r2 r3 r3 r1 ] = 0

Space for Rough Work

15/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

49. If g(x) be a function defined on [1, 1]. If the area of the equilateral triangle with two of its vertices at (0, 0) and (x,

g(x)) is

3

, then the function is

4

(A) g ( x ) = x 2 1

(B) g ( x ) = 1 x 2

(C) g ( x ) = 1 x 2

(D) g ( x ) =

x2 1

50. The chance of occurrence of an event A is the square of the chance of occurrence of event B but the odds against

the event A are the cube of the odds against the event B. The chances of the events are

(A) P ( A ) =

1

9

(B) P ( A ) =

1

8

(C) P ( B ) =

1

3

(D) P ( B ) =

1

2

dy ax + h

=

represents a parabola when

dx by + k

(A) a = 0, b 0

(B) a 0, b 0

(C) b = 0, a 0

(D) a = 0, b R

SECTION - 3

Paragraph Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate to two paragraphs

with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one correct answer among the four choices

(A), (B), (C) and (D).

Paragraph for Question Nos. 52 to 53

8i

Let L1 : r = ( 2i + j k ) + ( i 2 j + k ) and L2 : r = 3 j + k + (2i j + k ) where and R be two lines in

3

space. A line L from origin meets the line L1 and L2 at P and Q respectively.

52. The equation of the plane passing through the points P and Q and perpendicular to the plane r .(i j + k ) + 1 = 0 is

(A) r .(2i 3 j ) = 0

(B) r .(3i + 2 j ) = 0

(C) r .(i j) = 0

(D) r .(i + j) = 0

Space for Rough Work

16/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

53. The volume of the tetrahedron OPAB where 'O' is the origin and A(0, 1, 3) and B(2, 0, 5) is equal to

(A)

32

3

(B)

51

2

(C)

17

2

(D)

13

3

The probability that a family has exactly 'n' children is pn, n 1. All sex distributions of n children in a family have

the same probability.

54. The probability that a family contains exactly 'k' boys is (where k 1)

(A) pk (1 p)k1

(C) 2p (2 p)k

55. Given that a family includes at least one boy, show that the probability that there are two or more boys is

(A)

p

(2 p )

(B)

p

1 p

(C)

p

(2 p )2

(D)

p

(1 p )2

SECTION - 4

Matching Column Type

This section contains 2 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching Columns. The codes for the Columns

have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

56. For the non-zero vectors a and b , match the following.

Column I

(P) If a.b = a.c b = c

(Q) a.b = a.c and a b = a c b = c

(R) a b = a c and b c , then a is

perpendicular to b c

(S) a + b = a b a . b = 0

Column II

(1) Always true

(2) Always false

(3) May be true, may be false it will depends

upon b and c

(4) True only for unit vector b and c

Space for Rough Work

17/19

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

Codes :

P

(A) 3

(B) 3

(C) 2

(D) 2

Column I

Column II

(1) 3

d3y

dy

13

k

3

dx = k then the value of

dx

is

3

y

(Q) Number of straight lines which satisfy the differential equation

(2) 4

dy

dy

+ x

y = 0 is

dx

dx

(R) If real value of 'm' for which the substitution, y = um will transform

the differential equation, 2 x 4 y

(3) 2

dy

+ y 4 = 4 x 6 into a homogeneous

dx

d 2y

dy

+ 2x

= 12y is

2

dx

dx

then number of possible non-zero values of

y = Axm + Bxn

|m + n| are

Codes :

P

(A) 2

(B) 2

(C) 1

(D) 1

4

Space for Rough Work

18/19

(4) 1

Test - 7 (Paper-II)

SECTION - 5

Integer Value Correct Type

This section contains 3 questions. The answer to each of the question is a single digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9. The

appropriate bubbles corresponding to the respective question numbers in the ORS have to be darkened. For example,

if the correct answers to question numbers X, Y and Z (say) are 6, 0 and 9, respectively, then the correct darkening of

bubbles will look like the following :

58. A six digit number is selected at random the probability that sum of square of its digit is 9 is

of digits of k is

59. If 2xy dy = (x2 + y2 + 1)dx, y(1) = 0 and y(x0) =

k +1

then sum

900000

60. Let a = 3i + 2 j + 4k ; b = 2(i + k ) and c = 4i + 2 j + 3k . If the equation xa + yb + zc = ( xi + yj + zk ) has a nontrivial solution, then find the sum of all distinct possible values of .

19/19

ANSWERS

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

(B)

21.

(B)

41.

(B)

2.

(D)

22.

(D)

42.

(B)

3.

(B)

23.

(A)

43.

(A)

4.

(D)

24.

(B)

44.

(D)

5.

(D)

25.

(B)

45.

(C)

6.

(B)

26.

(D)

46.

(B)

7.

(A,B,C)

27.

(A, B)

47.

(B, D)

8.

(B,C,D)

28.

(B, C)

48.

(A, B)

9.

(A,C)

29.

(A, B, C)

49.

(A, B)

10.

(B,C)

30.

(B, C, D)

50.

(A, B)

11.

(A, C)

31.

(A, B, D)

51.

(A, C)

12.

(B)

32.

(D)

52.

(B)

13.

(D)

33.

(A)

53.

(D)

14.

(B)

34.

(C)

54.

(A)

15.

(B)

35.

(D)

55.

(B)

16.

(C)

36.

(A)

56.

(B)

17.

(B)

37.

(C)

57.

(A)

18.

(1)

38.

(7)

58.

(2)

19.

(2)

39.

(4)

59.

(0)

20.

(4)

40.

(4)

60.

(3)

1/10

- The Hyper Drive Further ExplainedHochgeladen vonpaultrr2000
- Ph302 Tutorial Sheet 1Hochgeladen vonManik Malhotra
- Minority Brochure 07Hochgeladen vonReginald L. Goodwin
- jm960444zHochgeladen vonyogeshapawar
- Geometrical Optics Lectures (1 of 4)Hochgeladen vonOmegaUser
- Food NutritionHochgeladen vontushar_ah
- m251Hochgeladen vonEpic Win
- Oleg L. Polyansky et al- High-Temperature Rotational Transitions of Water in Sunspot and Laboratory SpectraHochgeladen vonTreaxmeA
- ChemistryHochgeladen vonElfiorena Farrel
- inpho-10Hochgeladen vonRitwik Das
- WELLAN 2000 Product BrochureHochgeladen vonwellan2000
- Waveguides ReportHochgeladen vonMatthew Sherwin
- PRA_2004Hochgeladen vonjeickovb
- isaac newtonHochgeladen vonapi-241756078
- Nature of LightHochgeladen vonJTBTeddy
- Atomic TheoryHochgeladen vonuclabruintized
- Checking Progress in IB ChemistryHochgeladen vonBetty Bavorová
- Light Quantum VacuumHochgeladen vongo2carter
- Pilkington Brothers, 192XHochgeladen vonHouse Histories
- 1285.fullHochgeladen vonFiqa Success
- PT Kurs AmerickiHochgeladen vonMilica Antic
- NSEC_2009.pdfHochgeladen vonSrinivas Venkataraman
- olflametestlab.docxHochgeladen vonray spinz
- Bennun, AlfredCompendium of Cosmology PublicationsHochgeladen vonnestor cuadrado
- Icar Jrf Ant 2013 AnswerHochgeladen vonelanthamizhmaran
- 1. PENGANTAR SPEKTROMETRIHochgeladen vonFSOSARAF
- New Method to Measure the Permeability and Permitivity in BaMHochgeladen vonJeevan Jalli
- Energy Levels.docxHochgeladen vonMahnoor Siddiqi
- Absorption Spectra of IodineHochgeladen vonjcm
- BiopolymersHochgeladen vonJenina Logmao

- resonance dppHochgeladen vonSurya Prakash
- It Be v Semester Cbgs041018124943Hochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- Frm Download File New (1)Hochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- Answer Key Set cHochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- AIATS_JEEMAIN2014_Test8Hochgeladen vonWilliam Martinez
- jee-main-2014-test2.pdfHochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- FuelsHochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- 2017ma105tutorial.pdfHochgeladen vonAmeya Kulkarni
- 2016_03_08_16_33_51.pdfHochgeladen vonhihimanshu70
- Jee Main 2014 Test1Hochgeladen vonsanagavarapu
- coachHochgeladen vonJinenderKumarJain
- jee-main-2014-test3.pdfHochgeladen vonABHIJEET SHARMA
- Aiats Jeemain2014 Test5 0Hochgeladen vonWilliam Martinez
- JEE Main 2014_Test 7 (Paper I) Code AHochgeladen vonPhani Kumar
- JEE Advanced 2014_Test 3 (Paper II) Code BHochgeladen vonYash Shanbhag
- JEE Main 2014_Test 8 (Paper I) Code AHochgeladen vonWilliam Martinez
- JEE Main 2014_Test 1 (Paper I) Code AHochgeladen vonMrigankJain
- JEE Main-2014_Test-6 (Paper-I) - Code-A.pdfHochgeladen vonPhani Kumar
- JEE Main-2014_Test-5 (Paper-I) - Code-A.pdfHochgeladen vonPhani Kumar
- JEE Main 2014_Test 4 (Paper I) Code AHochgeladen vonMrigankJain
- JEE Main-2014_Test-3 (Paper-I) - Code-A.pdfHochgeladen vonPhani Kumar
- JEE Main 2014_Test 2 (Paper I) Code AHochgeladen vonMrigankJain
- JEE Advanced 2014_Test 6 (Paper II) Code BHochgeladen vonWilliam Martinez
- JEE Advanced-2014_Test-5 (Paper-II) - Code-B.pdfHochgeladen vonYash Shanbhag
- JEE Advanced 2014_Test 4 (Paper II) Code BHochgeladen vonYash Shanbhag
- JEE Advanced 2014_Test 2 (Paper II) Code BHochgeladen vonYash Shanbhag
- AIATS_JEEMAIN2014_Test7Hochgeladen vonWilliam Martinez
- AIATS_JEEMAIN2014_Test6.pdfHochgeladen vonajaaz

- sdedbtuneHochgeladen vonMuryadi Lou
- Phthalides as promising insecticides against Tuta absolutaHochgeladen vonelizeuagronomo
- Mopw Electrical Load ScheduleHochgeladen vonRodel D Dosano
- Antilock BrakesHochgeladen vonvixentd
- Survey AdjustmentHochgeladen vonHidmo Conulting
- data structuresHochgeladen vonjayaa0307
- Melanoma Extraction Using Information Theory & Its Diagnosis Using Deterministic Scoring Based ApproachHochgeladen vonInternational Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology
- Biosurfactants 4Hochgeladen vonzarazapk
- 6388-6417journalHochgeladen vonSuresh Venkata
- 2010.Yamaha.R15.TDF.FINALHochgeladen vonRohithPK
- Lynx-Tsunami Calculator Rev 2.4.3Hochgeladen vonGilberto Espinosa
- FFT - Texas InstrumentsHochgeladen vonVerinthor
- How Does the Pore-throat Size Control the Reservoir Quality and Oiliness of Tight Sandstones_ the Case of the Lower Cretaceous Quantou Formation in the Southern Songliao Basin, ChinaHochgeladen vonJean Carlos
- new_manevra.xlsHochgeladen vonLaurentyu TML
- edit geasHochgeladen vonMichael Angelo Perez
- Rm Azar11 - CopyHochgeladen vonArshad Shaikh
- Exadata 2014 SalesHochgeladen vonSubhuman Spb
- Fatigue Analysis Electric ActuatorHochgeladen vonAjimKe'en
- STEEL TABLES BY R AGOR, BIRLA PUBLICATIONS.pdfHochgeladen vonankit
- Computer Science Project on Address BookHochgeladen vonGiridhar Bhandiwad
- SAP WorkflowHochgeladen vonfaxmolder
- uTasker_SLCDHochgeladen vonSerghei Plamadeala
- 11 Mma WeldingHochgeladen vonSampath Kumar
- Manual Book Timbangan GreaseHochgeladen vonFebriSatria
- Spong_Robot Dynamics and Control - SECOND EDITIONHochgeladen vonLuon Chan Dong
- Wave Notes — ElliottwavepredictionsHochgeladen vonpier
- Content_Book on Belt ConveyorsHochgeladen vonAnkon Mukherjee
- BCM2Hochgeladen vonsomu
- llncsdocHochgeladen vonTanmay Biswas
- MCAT Scores - combined 2012Hochgeladen vonclicktolearn