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(a) What are hydrocarbons ? Explain with examples.
(b) Explain the meaning of saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons with two examples each.
(c) Give the names and structural formulae of one saturated cyclic hydrocarbon and one unsaturated cyclic hydrocarbon.
(d) Give one example of a hydrocarbon, other than pentane, having more than three isomers.
(e) How many isomers of the following hydrocarbons are possible ?
(i) C3H8 (ii) C4H10 (iii) C5H12 (iv) C6H14
(a) A compound made up of hydrogen and carbon only is called a hydrocarbon (Hydrogen + Carbon= Hydrocarbon).
For exampe: methane (CH4), ethane (C2H6), ethene (C2H4), and ethyne (C2H2), all are hydrocarbons as they are made up of only two elements: carbon and hydrogen.
(b) Saturated Hydrocarbons: These are the ones in which the carbon atoms are connected by only single bonds. They are also known as alkanes.
Example: Methane (CH4) and ethane (C2H6)
Unsaturated Hydrocarbons: These are the ones in which two carbon atoms are connected by a double bond or a triple bond.
Example: Ethene (C2H4) and ethyne (C2H2)
(c) Saturated cyclic hydrocarbon: Cyclohexane, C6H12
Unsaturated cyclic hydrocarbon: Benzene, C6H6
(d) Hexane, C6H14
(e) (i) None (ii) Two (iii) Three (iv) Five
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A solid element X has four electrons in the outermost shell of its atom. An allotrope Y of this element is used as a dry lubricant in machinery and also in making pencil leads.
(a) What is element X ?
(b) Name the allotrope Y.
(c) State whether allotrope Y is a good conductor or non-conductor of electricity.
(d) Name one use of allotrope Y (other than lubrication and pencil leads)
(e) Name two other allotropes of element X.
(a) Element X : Carbon
(b) Allotrope Y: Graphite
(c) Y is a good conductor of electricity.
(d) Y is used for making graphite electrodes or carbon electrodes in dry cells.
(e) Allotropes of X: Diamond and buckminsterfullerene
Two organic compounds A and B have the same molecular formula C6H12. Write the names and structural formulae :
(a) if A is a cyclic compound
(b) if B is an open chain compound
(c) Which compound contains single bonds as well as a double bond ?
(d) Which compound contains only single bonds ?
The solid element A exhibits the property of catenation. It is also present in the form of a gas B in the air which is utilised by plants in photosynthesis. An allotrope C of this element is used in glass cutters.
(a) What is element A ?
(b) What is the gas B ?
(c) Name the allotrope C.
(d) State another use of allotrope C (other than in glass cutters).
(e) Name another allotrope of element A which exists as spherical molecules.
(f) Name a yet another allotrope of element A which conducts electricity.
(a) Element A: Carbon
(b) Gas B: Carbon dioxide
(c) Allotrope C: Diamond
(d) Used for making jewellery
An element E exists in three allotropic forms A, B and C. In allotrope A, the atoms of element E are joined to form spherical molecules. In allotrope B, each atom of element E is surrounded by three other E atoms to form a sheet like structure. In allotrope C, each atom of element E is surrounded by four other E atoms to form a rigid structure.
(a) Name the element E.
(b) What is allotrope A ?
(c) What is allotrope B ?
(d) What is allotrope C ?
(e) Which allotrope is used in making jewellery ?
(f) Which allotrope is used in making anode of a dry cell ?
(a) Element E: Carbon
(b) Allotrope A: Buckminsterfullerene
(c) Allotrope B: Graphite
(d) Allotrope C: Diamond
You are given the following molecular formulae of some hydrocarbons :
C5H8; C7H4; C6H6; C5H10; C7 H12; C6H12
(a) Which formula represents cyclohexane as well as hexene ?
(b) Which formula represents benzene ?
(c) Which three formulae represent open chain unsaturated hydrocarbons having double bonds ?
(e) Which two formulae represent unsaturated hydrocarbons having triple bonds ?
(f) Which three formulae can represent cyclic hydrocarbons ?
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Which of the following compounds can have a triple bond ?
C2H4, C3H4, C3H6
Write the molecular and structural formula of a cyclic hydrocarbon whose molecule contains 8 atoms of carbon.
Molecular formula: C8H16
What is the molecular formula and structural formula of a cyclic hydrocarbon whose one molecule contains 8 hydrogen atoms ?
Molecular formula: C4H8
Write the molecular formula of : (i) an alkane (ii) an alkene, and (iii) an alkyne, each having 20 carbon atoms.
(ii) C20H40 (iii) C20H38
Which of the following compounds can have a double bond ?
C4H10; C5H8; C5H10
Which of the following hydrocarbons is unsaturated ?
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Write the molecular formula of ethanol.
What is the next higher homologue of methanol (CH3OH) ?
Identify the functional group present in the following compound and name it according to IUPAC system :
Give the common name and IUPAC name of the simplest aldehyde.
IUPAC name: methanal
What is the common name of methanal ?
Write the names of the following functional groups :
Name the simplest ketone.
What is the common name of propanone ?
Write the IUPAC names of the following :
(i) CH3COCH3 (ii) CH3COCH2CH3
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Write the name and chemical formula of the simplest organic acid.
Formic acid; HCOOH
Write the IUPAC names, common names and formulae of the first two members of the homologous series of carboxylic acids.
|IUPAC name||Common name||Formula|
|(i) Methanoic acid||Formic Acid||HCOOH|
|(ii) Ethanoic acid||Acetic acid||CH3COOH|
What is the common name of : (a) methanoic acid, and (b) ethanoic acid ?
(a) Methanoicacid – Formic acid
(b) Ethanoic acid – Acetic acid
Draw the structures for the following compounds :
(a) Ethanoic acid (b) Propanoic acid
Give the common names and IUPAC names of the following compounds :
(a) HCOOH (b) CH3COOH
|Formula||IUPAC name||Common name|
|(i) HCOOH||Methanoic acid||Formic acid|
|(ii) CH3COOH||Ethanoic acid||Acetic acid|
Give the name and structural formula of one homologue of HCOOH.
Ethanoic acid; CH3COOH
Write the formulae of: (a) methanoic acid, and (b) ethanoic acid.
(a) Methanoic acid: HCOOH
(b) Ethanoic acid: CH3COOH
Give the common name and IUPAC name of C2H5
Common name: Ethyl alcohol
IUPAC name: Ethanol
Give the IUPAC name of the following compound :
Give the name and structural formula of one member of the following :
Give IUPAC names of the following compounds :
(a) C4H9OH (b) C5HnOH
(a) Butanol, C4H9OH
(b) Pentanol, C5H11OH
What is the common name of methanol ?
What is the difference between two consecutive homologues :
(i) in terms of molecular mass ?
(ii) in terms of number and kind of atoms per molecule ?
(i) 14 u
(ii) Two consecutive homologues differ by 1 carbon atom and 2 hydrogen atoms in their molecular formulae.
What type of fuels :
(a) burn with a flame ?
(b) burn without a flame ?
(a) Fuels which vaporise on heating, burn with a flame.
(b) Fuels which do not vaporise on heating, burn without a flame.
State whether the following statement is true or false :
The minimum number of carbon atoms in a ketone molecule is two.
Fill in the following blanks with suitable words :
(a) The next higher homologue of ethanol is……….
(b) The next homologue of C2H5OH is……….
(c) The next higher homologue of ethane is………..
(d) The functional group present in ethanol is……….
(d) -OH (alcohol)
(e) Carboxylic acids
(a) Give the general name of the class of compounds having the general formula CnH2n-2.Write name of the first member of this homologous series.
(b) The general formula of a homologous series of carbon compounds is CnH2n. Write the molecular formulae of the second and fourth members of the series.
(c) Write the molecular formulae of the third and fifth members of homologous series of carbon compounds represented by the general formula CnH2n+2.
(a) Alkynes, CnH2n-2
First member: Ethyne
(b) Second member: C3H6
Fourth member: C5H10
(c) Third member: C3H8
Fifth member: C5H12
(a) Give the names and structural formulae of the next two higher homologues of methane.
(b) The molecular formula of a hydrocarbon is C10H18. Name its homologous series.
(c) Select the hydrocarbons which are members of the same homologous series. Give the name of each series.
C5H10 ; C3H8; C6H10; C4H10; C7H12; C8H16
(a) Give the molecular formula of one homologue of each of the following :
(i) C3H6 (ii) C2H6 (iii) C2H2
(b) What is the difference in the molecular mass of any two adjacent homologues ?
(c) By how many carbon atoms and hydrogen atoms do any two adjacent homologues differ ?
(a) (i) C4H8 (ii) C3H8
(b) 14 u
(c) 1 carbon atom and 2 hydrogen atoms i.e. a CH2 group.
|1. What are carbon compounds?|
|2. What is the importance of carbon compounds?|
|3. How are carbon compounds classified?|
|4. What are some examples of carbon compounds?|
|5. How do carbon compounds contribute to environmental pollution?|