Chemistry Test 4 - Solution, D And F Block Element, Metallurgy, Alcohol, Phenol And Ether


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QUESTION: 1

An organic compound ‘X’ on treatment with acidified   gives a compound ‘Y’ which reacts with  and sodium carbonate to form tri-iodomethane. The compound ‘X’ is

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QUESTION: 2

Heating methyl phenyl ether with HI gives 

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QUESTION: 3

Among the following, which is least acidic?

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QUESTION: 4
Which compound is known as oil of winter green ? 
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QUESTION: 5
When phenol is treated with excess bromine water 
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QUESTION: 6
n-Propyl alcohol and iso-propyl alcohol can be chemically distinguished by which reagent
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QUESTION: 7
In the reaction of phenol with and aqueous NaOH at (343 K), the electrophile attacking the ring is 
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QUESTION: 8
Which of the following on oxidation gives a ketone ? 
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QUESTION: 9
Dow’s reaction involves 
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QUESTION: 10
The compound which gives the most stable carbonium ion on dehydration is
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QUESTION: 11
The compound obtained by the reaction of ethene with diborane followed by hydrolysis with alkaline hydrogen peroxide is 
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QUESTION: 12
When benzenediazonium chloride is treated with water, the compound formed is
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QUESTION: 13
What amount of bromine will be required to convert 2g of phenol into 2,4, 6-tribromophenol?
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From the reaction we know that,

Phenol +  3 Br2  --------> 2,4,6-tribromophenol

For 3 Br2 = 3 * (2*80) = 480

Amount of bromine needed  ,
 
(480*2)/94 = 10.22

((94 is mass of phenol ))

QUESTION: 14

The reaction of with acetone and hydrolysis of the resulting product gives

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QUESTION: 15
Identify X in the following sequence of reaction 
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QUESTION: 16
Which one of the following pairs will not form an ideal solution ? 
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QUESTION: 17
Which of the following pairs of solutions is isotonic ? 
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QUESTION: 18
At 298K, highest osmotic pressure is exhibited by a 0.1M solution of 
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QUESTION: 19
The van’t Hoff factor for a 0.1 M  solution is 4.20. The degree of dissociation is
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QUESTION: 20
The molal boiling-point constant for water is 0.513 K/m When 0.1 mole of sugar is dissolved in 200.0 g of water, the solution boils under a pressure of 1.0 atm at
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QUESTION: 21

17.4 % (mass / volume) K2SO4 solution at 27°C is isotonic to 5.85% (mass / volume) NaCl solution at 27°C. If NaCl is 100% ionised, what is % ionisation of K2SO4 in aq. solution?


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QUESTION: 22

Among the following ore how many example of carbonate ore: 
lime stone, malachite, dolomite, Horn silver, Flourspar, Calamine, Cuprite.


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QUESTION: 23

Identify the element for given which have the most negative electron gain enthalpy. Write atomic number of that element as answer :-
P ,  S,  Cl,  F,  Br


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QUESTION: 24

Element 'X' has maximum electron affinity in periodic table then find the number of elements which have low first ionisation energy as compared to element 'X' ?
F, Na, S, Si, P, Ar


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QUESTION: 25

If number of low spin complexes are 'X' then find the value of 1/x.
[Co(NH3)6]+3, [CoF6]–3, [Fe(CN)6]–4, [Fe(H2O)6]+2, [Cr(gly)3]0, [CoBr2Cl2]–2


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