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Second Year Chemistry Chapter 10 Online MCQ Test for 2nd Year Chemistry Chapter 10 Alkhl Halides Preparation

This online test contains MCQs about following topics:.

- Introduction - Nomenclature Of Alkyl Halides - Methods of Preparation of Alkyl Halides - Reactivity of Alkyl Halides - Reactions of Alkyl Halides - Grignard Reagent

FSC Part 2 Chemistry Ch 10 Test
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Second Year Chemistry Chapter 10 Online MCQ Test for 2nd Year Chemistry Chapter 10 Alkhl Halides Preparation

Sr. # Questions Answers Choice
1 The general representation for Grignard reagent is.
  • A. RMgX
  • B. ReMgX
  • C. RXMg
  • D. RMgX2
2 SN2 reactions can be best carried out with
  • A. Primary alkyl halides
  • B. Secondary alkyl halides
  • C. Tertiary alkyl halides
  • D. All the three
3 The reactivity order of alkyl halides for a particular alkyl group is.
  • A. Fluoride > Chloride > Bromide > Iodide
  • B. Chloride > Bromide >Chloride > Fluoride
  • C. Iodide > Bromide > Chloride > Fluoride
  • D. Bromide > Iodide > Chloride > Fluoride
4 SN1 reaction usually occurs in
  • A. Primary alkyl halides
  • B. Secondary alkyl halides
  • C. Tertiary alkyl halides
  • D. All of these
5 Which one of the following will be required to form ethene from ethyl chloride.
  • A. Alcoholic KOH
  • B. Aqueous KOH
  • C. Alkaline KMnO4
  • D. Bromine
6 An alkyl halide may be converted to alcohol by
  • A. Addition
  • B. Substitution
  • C. Dehydrohalogenation
  • D. Elimination
7 Grignard reagent is reactive due to
  • A. The presence of halogen atom
  • B. The presence of Mg atom
  • C. The polarity of C -Mg bond
  • D. None of the above
8 When CO<sub>2</sub>is made to react with ethyl-magnesium iodide followed by acid hydrolysis, the product formed is
  • A. Propane
  • B. Propanoic acid
  • C. Propanal
  • D. Propanol
9 Acetic acid can be obtained from CH3MgI by treatment with.
  • A. H2O
  • B. CINH2
  • C. CO2
  • D. HCHO
10 In primary alkyl halides, the halogen atom is attached to a carbon which is further attached to how many carbon atoms.
  • A. One
  • B. Two
  • C. Three
  • D. Four

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