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GSC101 General Science Assignment No 03 Solution & Discussion Due Date: 29/07/2016

GSC101 General Science Assignment No 03 Solution & Discussion Due Date: 29/07/2016

Assignment 3: (Spring 2016)
General Science (GSC101)
Due Date: 29/07/2016

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Question No.1
How many types of corrosion prevention? Write a note on any two types. Marks 5 Question No.2
How nitric acid is prepared industrially? Explain by each chemical reaction. Marks 6 Question No. 3
Explain the following terms: Marks 8

Question No. 4
Write the name of the various events of Meiosis II and also explain the process of this division in male and female. Marks 6
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