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Category: CHM102

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CHM102

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How many sp3 hybrid orbitals are present in a methane molecule? ___________

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Another term for alicylic hydrocarbons is ________

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Hydrocarbons which contains at least ______ benzene ring in their structure is called an aromatic hydrocarbon

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The process of Aromatization involves three processes which include cyclisation, isomerization and ________

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What is the main component of natural gas?

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Alkanes undergo mainly _________ reactions.

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In the ___________hydrocarbons, the carbon atoms are linked to each other to form chains (straight of branched).

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The IUPAC name for the this compound $$ H_{2}N-CH_{2}-CH_{2}-CH_{2}-CH_{2}-NH_{2} $$ is __________

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The IUPAC name for this compound $$CH_{3}CH_{2}OCH_{2}CH(CH_{3})CH_{3}$$ is ___________

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The molecular rearrangement of one compound into another compound or into more than one compound is called ________

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In _________reactions of alkene, the p -bond is broken and the electron pair comprising it, is used in the formation of two new σ bonds.

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_________ is used to increase the branched chain content of lower alkanes produced by cracking.

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Compounds having carbon-nitrogen triple bond are __________

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The IUPAC name for this structural compound $$ CH_{3}CH_{2}CH_{2}CH(CH_{3})-NH_{2}$$ is _________

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The _____________ provide a backbone to which various functional groups may be attached to yield an enormous variety of organic compounds.

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Organic compounds are separated into groups called homologous series. Which one of the following is not a property of a homologous series?

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Hydroboration can be described as _________

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The quality of a diesel fuel is expressed in terms of a number called __________ number.

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The number of hybrid orbitals generated is determined by ___________ combined.

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The double bond in alkene is converted into ___________by means of peracids.

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The saturated hydrocarbons contain the carbon and hydrogen atoms linked to each other by single bonds and are called ___________

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Hydrogenation of an alkene can be carried out by using nickel catalyst but relatively higher temperature and pressure are required for this
reaction called ___________ reaction.

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The molecular rearrangement of one compound into another compound or into more than one compound is called ___________

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__________ involves elimination of the halogen atom together with a hydrogen atom from an adjacent carbon atom.

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When alkynes undergo the process of ozonolysis are _______ produced

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What is the IUPAC name for Acetic Acid? ___________

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Alkynes react with chlorine and bromine to yield _____________.

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Wittig reaction is applicable to __________.

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In the absence of a poison, catalytic hydrogenation of an alkyne gives the __________.

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________ reaction is a reaction which yields predominantly one isomer

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Alkenes are readily hydroxylated (addition of hydroxyl groups) to form a dihydroxy compound (diol) known as ___________

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In the IUPAC system of nomenclature ,aldehydes are also known as _______

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Mention any class of dienes __________

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________ can be measured by measuring dissociation constants and expressing the results as values

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In the IUPAC system, ethers are named as _________

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Separating the crude petroleum into useful components is called ________

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Alkanes burn in excess of air or oxygen to give $$CO_{2}$$ and $$H_{2}O$$, the reaction is known as ________

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Alkanes with six or more carbon atoms when heated strongly under pressure in the presence of a catalyst give _________

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The reaction between an alkyl halide and sodium metal to form an alkane is called ________ reaction.

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Aromatic compounds containing hetero atoms such as O, N or S in the aromatic ring are called ___________ compounds.

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What is the composition of the hydrocarbons found in Kerosene got from the fractional distillation of petroleum?

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_____________are the compounds that have identical molecular formulas but differ in the ways in which the atoms are bonded to each
other

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Compounds having carbon-nitrogen single bond are called _________

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The IUPAC nomeclature for the structural compound $$ (Cl)CH_{2}-CH(I)-CH_{2}- CH(CH_{3})-CH_{2}Br $$ is _________

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The compound is $$H_{2}C=C=CH_{2}$$ a _________ diene.

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Alkanes undergo mainly __________ reactions.

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Hydrogenation of an alkene can be carried out by using nickel catalyst but relatively higher temperature and pressure are required for this
reaction,this reaction is called ________reaction.

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The IUPAC name for this compound $$CH_{2} = CHCH_{2}CH_{2}OH$$ is ________

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_____________are the compounds that have identical molecular formulas but differ in the ways in which the atoms are bonded to each
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Alkanes can also be prepared by the ____________ of alkyl halides

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