Chemistry Test 3 - Atomic Structure, Mole Concept, Chemical Bonding, Periodic Properties, States Of Matter, Equilibrium, Hydrocarbons, General Organic Compounds, Alkyl Halide


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QUESTION: 1

IUPAC name of compound  is

Solution: The functional group is OH and it should get low locant and longest chain should be selected for naming so methane becomes substituient and get locant number 4
QUESTION: 2

Isomers of propionic acid are

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QUESTION: 3

The nature of inter-molecular forces among benzene molecules is

Solution: Intermolecular Forces - Benzene. There are three different types of intermolecular forces, dipole interaction, hydrogen bonding, and dispersion forces. The only one that occurs with Benzene is dispersion forces because it is a non-polar molecule.
QUESTION: 4
The geometrical isomerism is shown
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QUESTION: 5

The addition of HCN to a carbonyl compound is an example of

Solution: As carbonyl contains pi bond which broke and later get added therefore it is a ncleophilic addtion reaction.
QUESTION: 6
Acetaldehyde is the rearrangement product of
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QUESTION: 7
In the presence of platinum catalyst, hydrocarbon A adds hydrogen to form n-hexane. When hydrogen bromide is added to A instead of hydrogen, only a single bromo compound is formed. Which of the following is A ?
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QUESTION: 8
Which of the following will convert

 to   ?
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QUESTION: 9

1,3-Butadiene when treated with  gives

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QUESTION: 10
The alkene  reacts readily with  and formed the product B which on oxidation with alkaline hydrogen peroxides produces
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QUESTION: 11
The ortho-para directing group among the following is
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QUESTION: 12
Amongst the following, the compound that can be most readily sulphonated is
Solution:
−CH3 group that has +1 effect and due to its presence, toluene has highest electron density in the benzene ring.
For this reason Toluene can be easily sulphonated.
QUESTION: 13
Chloroform on warming with Ag powder gives
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QUESTION: 14

Ethyl alcohol gives ethyl chloride with the help of

Solution:

With SOCl2, alcohols give Haloalkanes the best way and also from NaCl we obtain only Cl- which is weak nucleophile and cannot replace OH- which is a stronger nucleophile.

QUESTION: 15
Which of the following compound will make precipitate most readily with ?
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QUESTION: 16
Which of the following is responsible for depletion of the ozone layer in the upper strata of the atmosphere?
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QUESTION: 17
7.5 grams of a gas occupy 5.6 litres of volume at STP. The gas is
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QUESTION: 18
The number of water molecules present in a drop of water (volume 0.0018 ml) at room temperature is
Solution: The density of water is 1g/cm3 Volume of a drop of water =0.0018ml Mass of water drop=0.0018g Moles of water=0.0001 No of water molecules in 1 drop =0.0001X6.022X10^23 =6.022X10^19 water molecules.
QUESTION: 19
The correct representation of Charle’s law is given by
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QUESTION: 20
The structure of TlCl is similar to CsCl. What would be the radius ratio in TlCl ?
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QUESTION: 21
In the saphalerite (ZnS) structure,  ions form a face- centered cubic lattice. Then  ions are present on the body diagonals at
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QUESTION: 22
Which substance shows anti-ferromagnetism ?
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QUESTION: 23
An electron has principal quantum number 3. The number of its (i) sub-shells and (ii) orbitals would be respectively
Solution: Here principal quantum number =3 as the values of azimuthal quantum number = 0 to n-1 so the number of Subshells = 0,1,2(s p d) as per the formula, number of orbitals in a given principal quantum number = n^2 where n=principal quantum number so the answer is 3 and 9
QUESTION: 24
Which of the following molecule is linear ?
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QUESTION: 25

The number of water molecules present in a drop of water (volume 0.0018 ml) at room temperature is

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QUESTION: 26
Heat of neutralisation is least when
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QUESTION: 27
Starting with one mole of  and two moles of the equilibrium for the formation of  was established at a certain temperature. If V is the volume of the vessel and 2x is the number of moles of  present, the equilibrium constant will be
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QUESTION: 28
The atomic numbers of other elements which lie in the same group as the tenth element in the periodic table are
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QUESTION: 29
A hydride of nitrogen which as acidic is
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QUESTION: 30
Which one of the following removes temporary hardness of water ?
Solution: Explanation: There are a number of methods to remove the hardness present in water. When any of these methods are followed, hard water gets converted into soft water. Some of the methods to remove hardness from water are: 1. Chemical Process of Boiling Hard Water. 2. Adding Slaked Lime (Clark's Process). 3. Adding Washing Soda 4. Calgon Process 5. Ion Exchange Process 6. Using Ion Exchange Resins. Hence, in above given question we can remove the temporary hardness of water by adding slaked lime.