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Multiple Choice Quiz B



This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1
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How many hydrogen atoms are bonded to a tertiary carbon?
 
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Question 2
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Decide whether this pair of molecules is constitutional isomers, identical molecules, different compounds that are not constitutional isomers, or cis-trans isomers.

 dimethylcyclohexanes.gif
 
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Question 3
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The name of a constitutional isomer of C5H12 is
 
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Question 4
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What would you call a continuous-chain alkane with 4-carbons, a continuous-chain alkane with 5-carbons, and a continuous-chain alkane with 9-carbons?
 
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Question 5
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Which of the following pairs represent constitutional isomers?
 
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Question 6
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For which of these compounds can you write cis-trans isomers?
 
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Question 7
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The reaction of Br2 with cyclohexene is an example of which kind of organic reaction?
 
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Question 8
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Which of these structures represent a compound with a cis arrangement of atoms?
 
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Question 9
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At high temperature, the dehydration of cyclohexanol in the presence of an acid produces
 
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Question 10
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Rank the following compounds from highest to lowest boiling point.

2-hexanol
hexane
methyl pentyl ether
 
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Question 11
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How many chiral carbons are in 2-Chloro-5-methyl-4-heptanone?
 
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Question 12
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When a hydrogen atom on benzene is replace with an -NH2 group, an amine is formed. The name of this amine is aniline. When aniline reacts with HCl, the product is
 
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Question 13
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A saturated fatty acid
 
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Question 14
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What carboxylic acid and alcohol combined to make this compound?

 
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Question 15
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The alcohol that contains two alkyl groups attached to the carbon bonded to the -OH group is a
 
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