Ketones, Biomolecules, Chemistry In Action, P-Block


30 Questions MCQ Test JEE Main Mock Test Series 2021 & Previous Year Papers | Ketones, Biomolecules, Chemistry In Action, P-Block


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QUESTION: 1

The element that has the least tendency to show the inert-pair effect is

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QUESTION: 2

is commercially prepared by

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QUESTION: 3

Concentrated nitric acid is a

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QUESTION: 4
Which of the following oxoacids of sulphur contains an S–S bond ?
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QUESTION: 5
Which of the following acids is used in lead storage batteries as an electrolyte ?
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QUESTION: 6
Which of the following bonds has the highest energy ?
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QUESTION: 7
Conectrated HCl contains
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QUESTION: 8
reacts violently with water to give
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QUESTION: 9
Which of the following compounds on heating at about gives acetic acid ?
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QUESTION: 10
Consider the following compounds with regard to their acidities

The correct order of decreasing acidity of these compounds is
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QUESTION: 11
The compound is a/an
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QUESTION: 12
The following reactions are carried out
The end product (B) is
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QUESTION: 13
Which of the following is a chiral molecule ?
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QUESTION: 14
Consider the following sequence of reactions
The product (B) is
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QUESTION: 15
The reagent that can distinguish benzaldehyde from propionaldehyde is
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QUESTION: 16

Consider the following sequence of reactions
The final product (B) is

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QUESTION: 17
Consider the following reactions of the compound (X)
The compound (X) is expected to be
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QUESTION: 18
Consider the following compounds
               

                       
The correct order of basicity of the above compounds is
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QUESTION: 19
(+ )-Sucrose is made up of
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QUESTION: 20
Mutarotation involves
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QUESTION: 21
The smallest chiral -amino acid is
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QUESTION: 22
The HIV-protease inhibitor which is used as an anti-HIV drug is
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QUESTION: 23
Which of the following is commonly used as an intravenous general anaesthetic ?
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QUESTION: 24
The bright red dye that became the first sulphonamide drug to treat bacterial infection as discovered by Domagk is
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QUESTION: 25
The units of specific reaction rate for a second-order reaction is
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QUESTION: 26
The half-life period for a first-order reaction is 10minutes. How much time is reqired to change the conentration of the reactant from 0.08 M to 0.01 M ?
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QUESTION: 27
For an elementary reaction the rate of disappearance of A is equal to
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QUESTION: 28
Calculate th euseful work done during the reaction
given that and and T = 298 K
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QUESTION: 29

Four alkali metals A,B,C and D are having respectively standard electrode potentials as –3.05, –1.66, –0.40 and 0.80 V. Which one will be most reducing

Solution: All the given values are oxidation potentials and we know oxidation potential = - reduction potential.
QUESTION: 30
A standard hydrogen electrode has zero electrode potential because
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