Carbon Compounds with Oxygen Containing Functional Groups - Chapter No 17

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1. The compounds in which the C-atom of the benzene ring is directly attached to the OH-group, are called _________.

a) Phenols
b) Halides
c) Alcohols
d) None of these

2. When the C-atom of the open chain is directly bonded with OH-group then the compounds formed are called ___________.

a) Halides
b) Alcohols
c) Benzene
d) None of these

3. The formula for propyl alcohol is _____________.

a) CH3OH
b) C2H5OH
c) CH3-CH2-OH
d) CH3-CH2-CH2-OH

4. The general formula for primary alcohol is ___________.

a) R – OH
b) R – Cl
c) R – NH3
d) None of these

5. The general formula for secondary alcohol is ___________.

 

Carbon Compounds with Oxygen Containing Functional Groups - Chapter No 17

6. The general formula for tertiary alcohol is __________

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7. The alcohols which contain only one OH—group, are called ___________ alcohols.

a) Monohydric
b) Dihydric
c) Complex
d) Simple

8. We can represent n-propyl alcohol as _________.

a) CH3 – OH – CH3
b) CH3 – CH2 – CH2 – OH
c) CH3 – CH2 – OH
d) None of these

9. The alcohols containing two OH – groups are called __________ alcohols.

a) Formic
b) Benzonic
c) Dihydric
d) Trihydric

10. The formula for glycol is __________.

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11. The alcohols containing three OH – groups are called __________ alcohols.

a) Trihydric
b) Dihydric
c) Simple
d) Monohydric

12. The alcohols which have more than one OH – group are called ________ alcohols.

a) Polyhydric
b) Monohydric
c) Simple
d) Dihydric

13. The compounds in which C – atoms of the carbonyl group are directly bonded with at least one H – atom, are called __________.

a) Aldehydes
b) Dihydric
c) Monydric
d) Polyhydric

14. The compounds which are formed by the displacement of OH–group of the carboxylic group by an amino group, are called ___________.

a) Acid halides
b) Acid amides
c) Esters
d) Methanol

15. .The compounds which are formed by the displacement of OH–group of the carboxylic group by any halogen atom, are called ___________.

a) Acid halides
b) Benzamide
c) Formamide
d) None of these

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a) Benzophenone
b) Cyclohexanone
c) formaldehyde
d) None of these

17. The formula for ethyl benzoate is _________.

Carbon Compounds with Oxygen Containing Functional Groups - Chapter No 17

18. The formula for methanol is ____________.

a) C2H5OH
b) CH3OH
c) CH3CI
d) None of these

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a) CH3OH
b) C2H5OH
c) CO2 + H2
d) C12H22O11

20. CH3 – OH + SOCl2 → ____________.

a) 2C2H5OH
b) CH3OH + H2O
c) CH3Cl + SO2 + HCl
d) None of these

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