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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 1

Crotonaldehyde (CH3CH = CHCHO) can be easily oxidised to crotonic acid (CH3CH = CHCOOH) using 

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 2

Which of the following aldehydes forms a stable hydrate ? 

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 3

When propyne is treated with aqueous H2SO4   in the presence of  HgSO , the major product obtained is 

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 4
The formation of cyanohdyrin from a ketone is an example of
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 5

An organic compound, C3H6O  does not give a precipitate with 2, 4-dinitrophenylhydrazine reagent and does not react with metallic sodium. It could be

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 6
The end product ‘C’ in the following sequence of chemical reactions is 
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 7
The reaction in which sodium cyanide is used is 
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 8

Aldol condensation will not take place in

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 9
Calcium formate on dry heating yields
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 10

Reduction of  to  can be carried out with

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 11

Identify the compounds A and B in the following reaction sequence.

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 12

Which of the following has the most acide hydrogen 

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2, 4-hexanedione (a 1, 3-diketone) has the most acidic hydrogen. This is because the carbanion left after the removal of H^+ is resonance stabilised in this case. 

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 13

An organic compound ‘A’ has the molecular formula C3H6O   It undergoes iodoform test. when saturated with HCl, it gives ‘B’of molecular formula C9H14O  ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively are

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 14
Acetone is mixed with bleaching powder to give 
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 15
The dipole moment is the highest for 
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 16

With which of the following reagents, carbonyl compound shows addition cum elimination reaction ?

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 17
Self-condensation of ethyl acetate in presence of sodium ethoxide yields 
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 18

Acetone on distillation with conc. H2SO4  forms 

Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 19
The rate of a gaseous reaction is given by the expression k [A][B]. If the volume of the reaction vessel is suddenly reduced to 1/4th of the initial volume, the reaction rate relting to original rate will be
Detailed Solution for Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 19 R=k[A][B]
[Concentration]=moles/volume
moles is constant and volume is reduced to V/4
R=k[n1/V][n2/V]
R2=k[n1/(V/4)][n2/(V/4)]
R2=16R1
R2/R1=16
Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 20
For an endothermic reaction, where represents the enthalpy of the reaction in k.J./mol, the minimum value for the energy of activation will be 
Detailed Solution for Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 20
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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 21

At a certain temperature, the half-life periods for the catalytic decomposition of NH3 were found to be as follows :-
Pressue (mm Hg)         50        100      200
Half-life period (hrs.)   3.52     1.76     0.88
What will be the pressure when the half-life period is 2.5 hours.


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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 22

How many of the following elements form amphoteric oxides?
Si, P, N, B, Sn, Pb, O


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Sn, Pb

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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 23

One gm of activated carbon has surface area of 1000 m2. Considering complete coverage as well as mono molecular adsorption, how much ammonia at 1 atm and 273 K would be adsorbed on the surface of 44/7 g carbon if radius of ammonia molecule is 10–8 cm (NA = 6 × 1023)


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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 24

1gm of dry green algae absorbs 5 moles of CO2 per hour by photo synthesis. If fixed carbon atoms were all stored in the form of starch (C6H12O6)n  after photo synthesis then calculate time required ( in sec.) to double the weight of algae.


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Chemistry Test 5 - Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Aldehyde, Ketones, P-Block (Carbon And Boron Family) - Question 25

In the electronic configuration of Zn (Z = 30) find the total number of occupied orbitals which do not possess any nodal plane :-


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