Advertisement Remove all ads

Applied Chemistry 1 CBCGS 2017-2018 BE Construction Engineering Semester 1 (FE First Year) Question Paper Solution

Advertisement Remove all ads
Applied Chemistry 1 [CBCGS]
Marks: 60 Academic Year: 2017-2018
Date: December 2017
Advertisement Remove all ads

1). Question No . is  compulsory .

2) Answer any three questions from the remaining five . 

[15] 1
[3] 1.a

Distinguish between BOD and COD. 

Concept: Bod - Definition and Significance
Chapter: [1] Water
[3] 1.b

Give the preparations, properties and uses of Kevlar. 

Concept: Preparation, properties and uses of Kevlar
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[3] 1.c

Calculate the total hardness in ppm in given water sample.
: 50ml of standard hard water , containing 1mg pure CaCO3 per ml consumed 20ml EDTA solution.
: 50ml of water sample consumed 30ml EDTA solution using EBT indicator.

Concept: Hardness of Water
Chapter: [1] Water
[3] 1.d

Define flash point and fire point? Give its significance.

Concept: Definition and significance of - Viscosity
Chapter: [4] Lubricants
[3] 1.e

State the number of phases I component for the following equilibrium 

i) H2O(s) ↔ H20(l) ↔ H20(g) 
ii)Mixture of Rhombic and monoclinic sulphur.

Concept: One Component System (Water)
Chapter: [5] Phase Rule
[3] 1.f

What are plasticizers? Give its uses and examples.

Concept: Introduction to Polymers
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[3] 1.g

Write a brief note on CNTs.

Concept: Nanomaterials - properties and uses of CNTS
Chapter: [6.02] Nanomaterials
[15] 2
[6] 2.a

Calculate the quantity of the pure lime and soda required for softening of 1,00,000 litres of water containing the following impurities in ppm. The purity of lime is 70% and soda is BS% Ca(HCO3) = 30.2 , Mg(HCO3) = 20.8 ,CaCI2 = 28.1 ,MgCl2 = 8.78, CaSO= 35, MgSO4 = 6.7 .

Concept: Softening of water by Hot and Cold lime Soda method and numerical problems
Chapter: [1] Water
[5] 2.b
[3] 2.b.i

Distinguish between thermoplastic and thermosetting resins. ?

Concept: Thermoplastic Plastic
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[2] 2.b.ii

What are the functions of lubricants.

Concept: Lubricants
Chapter: [4] Lubricants
Advertisement Remove all ads
[4] 2.c

What is Decay of concrete? Discuss its prevention. 

Concept: Cement - RCC and Decay
Chapter: [6.01] Cement
[15] 3
[6] 3.a

Define Fabrication. List the methods used. Discuss extrusion moulding in detail.

Concept: Fabrication of plastic by Extrusion moulding
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[5] 3.b
[3] 3.b.i

What are the limitations of Phase rule?

Concept: Advantages and Limitations of Phase Rule.
Chapter: [5] Phase Rule
[2] 3.b.ii

Draw a neat, labelled diagram of the rotatory kiln.

Concept: Cement - Manufacture of Portland Cement
Chapter: [6.01] Cement
[4] 3.c

15000 litres of hard water was passed through a zeolite softener. The exhausted zeolite required 120 litres of NaCI having stream of 30g/l of NaCL Calculate the hardness of water.

Concept: Hardness of Water
Chapter: [1] Water
[15] 4
[6] 4.a

What is activated sludge? How is the process carried out for treatment of waste water? Explain with a flow sheet diagram.

Concept: Sewage Treatment
Chapter: [1] Water
[5] 4.b
[3] 4.b.i

20ml of lubricating oil was dissolved in alcohol The solution was titrated against 0.1 N KOH solution. At the end point the burette reading was found to be 2. 5ml calculate the acid value of the oil.  ( density of oil= 0.86 g/ml)

Concept: Additives in blended Oils
Chapter: [4] Lubricants
[2] 4.b.ii

Distinguish between the dry and wet process for manufacturing of Portland cement.

Concept: Cement - Manufacture of Portland Cement
Chapter: [6.01] Cement
[4] 4.c

List the uses of polymer in medicine and surgery.

Concept: Polymers in Medicine and Surgery
Chapter: [2] Polymers
Advertisement Remove all ads
[15] 5
[6] 5.a | Write notes on (any two)
[3] 5.a.i

Giass transition temperature 

Concept: Effect of heat on the polymers (Glass transition temperature)
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[3] 5.a.ii

Write a brief note on conducting polymers.

Concept: Conducting Polymers
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[3] 5.a.iii


Concept: Rubbers - Compounding of Rubber (Vulcanization of Rubber)
Chapter: [2] Polymers
[5] 5.b
[3] 5.b.i

Discuss the treatment of water using bleaching powder

Concept: Drinking Water Or Municipal Water
Chapter: [1] Water
[2] 5.b.ii

Explain the mechanism of Extreme pressure lubrication.

Concept: Mechanism of Lubrication
Chapter: [4] Lubricants
[4] 5.c

What is reduced phase rule"? Draw the phase diagram of the Ag-Pb system with proper labelling.

Concept: Two Component System (Pb- Ag)
Chapter: [5] Phase Rule
[15] 6
[6] 6.a

What are the conditions for use of solid lubricants? Discuss the structure and uses of Graphite.

Concept: Lubricants - Solid Lubricants S (Graphite and Molybdenum Disulphide )
Chapter: [4] Lubricants
[5] 6.b
[3] 6.b.i

Discuss triple point in one component system

Concept: One Component System (Water)
Chapter: [5] Phase Rule
[2] 6.b.ii

Explain reverse osmosis

Concept: Drinking Water Or Municipal Water
Chapter: [1] Water
[4] 6.c

Write a note on fullerene.

Concept: Nanomaterials - Fullerene - properties and uses
Chapter: [6.02] Nanomaterials
Advertisement Remove all ads

Request Question Paper

If you dont find a question paper, kindly write to us

      View All Requests

Submit Question Paper

Help us maintain new question papers on, so we can continue to help students

only jpg, png and pdf files

University of Mumbai previous year question papers Semester 1 (FE First Year) Applied Chemistry 1 with solutions 2017 - 2018

     University of Mumbai Semester 1 (FE First Year) Applied Chemistry 1 question paper solution is key to score more marks in final exams. Students who have used our past year paper solution have significantly improved in speed and boosted their confidence to solve any question in the examination. Our University of Mumbai Semester 1 (FE First Year) Applied Chemistry 1 question paper 2018 serve as a catalyst to prepare for your Applied Chemistry 1 board examination.
     Previous year Question paper for University of Mumbai Semester 1 (FE First Year) Applied Chemistry 1-2018 is solved by experts. Solved question papers gives you the chance to check yourself after your mock test.
     By referring the question paper Solutions for Applied Chemistry 1, you can scale your preparation level and work on your weak areas. It will also help the candidates in developing the time-management skills. Practice makes perfect, and there is no better way to practice than to attempt previous year question paper solutions of University of Mumbai Semester 1 (FE First Year).

How University of Mumbai Semester 1 (FE First Year) Question Paper solutions Help Students ?
• Question paper solutions for Applied Chemistry 1 will helps students to prepare for exam.
• Question paper with answer will boost students confidence in exam time and also give you an idea About the important questions and topics to be prepared for the board exam.
• For finding solution of question papers no need to refer so multiple sources like textbook or guides.
Advertisement Remove all ads

View all notifications

      Forgot password?
View in app×