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Single Choice Questions


Hydrocarbon
Q. 1. During the preparation of ethane by Kolbes electrolytic method using inert
electrodes, the
pH of the electrolyte :
(A) increases progressively as the reaction proceeds
(B) decreases progressively as the reaction proceeds
(C) remains constant throughout the reaction
(D) may decrease, if the concentration of the electrolyte is not very high
Q. 2. Arrange the following reaction in decreasing order of reactivity with NBS/heat :
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(a) 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 (b) 2 > 1 > 3 > 4 (c) 1 > 2 > 4 > 3 (d) 4 > 3 > 2 > 1
Q. 3. Which starting material should be used to produce the compound shown below?
H
O3
?
Zn-H2O

H O
OO

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Q. 4. Compound X on catalytic hydrogenation gives 2, 6-dimethyloctane. On ozonolysis


followed
by treatment with
dialdehyde shown
below.

yields formaldehyde, acetone and a

The most likely structure of starting compound X is :


(a)

(b)

(c )

(d)

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Q. 5. Which of the following are feasible reactions?


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(a) I, ii and iii
(b) ii, iii and iv
(c) I, iii and iv
Q. 6. Increasing rate of reaction in Diels-Alder reaction
(CH3)2N
(i)
(ii)

(d) only i

O
O
(iii)H3CO

(iv)
CH3

(a) iii < ii < iv < i(b) ii < ii < iv < iii
(c) i < iv < iii < ii(d) iv < iii < ii < i
Q. 7. Which of the following reactions yields the indicated compound as major product?
CH3
CH3
Br2

(a)

ALCL3

Br
Br

Br2

(b)

Dark

CH3

CH3

Br2
Br2

(c )
H3C

H
(d )

H3C
CH3
H
H3C

Br2

H3C

Br
Br
CH3
C=C
Br

H
H3C

Q. 8.

Br
Br

CH3

1.BH3. THF

2. H2O2 . NaOH
CH3
Which of the following is the major organic product of the reaction sequence
shown
above?
OH
CH3

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(a) H3C
HO
CH3
OH

CH3

(b)
CH3

(c )H3C

CH3

(d) H3C

CH3

CH3
CH3

OH

Ch3
OH

Q. 9.

Ch3
CH3

CH3
CH3

CH2
(a)

(b)
CH3

CH3

(c )

CH3

(d)
CH3

Q. 10.

The reaction

CH2

H+

OH

CH3

H2O

(a)

(b)

OH

OH
(c )

CH3

(d) None of these

Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution


Q. 11.

Which among the following is correctly matched?


OCH3
OCH3
CL

(a)

NaNH2/NH3 (1)

CH3
(b )

NH2
CH3

CH2CL

CH2O/HCL/ZnCL2

NO2
(c )

NO2
NO2BF3

NO2

NO2
NO2

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CH3COONO2

(d )

OCOCH3
Q. 12.

Consider the given reaction


OCH3

OCH3

In the given reaction Y may be


(a) O
Q. 13.

(b) NH

(c) S

(d)

Consider the following statements :

(a)

group is o, p-directing group due to hyper conjugation

(b)

group is o, p-directing group due to inductive effect

(c)

group is m-directing group due to inductive effect

(d)
Q. 14.

group is m-directing group due to resonance effect.


Identify the product obtained in the following reaction :
H3C

OH

CH2

CH3

Bf2

CHCL3 / 00C

H3C

OH

(a)

Br

H3C

OH

(b)
CH2

CH3

CH2

CH3

Br
H3C
(c )

CH2

OH
CH3

H3C
(d )

CH2

OH
CH3

Br
Q. 15.

Give the major product of the following reaction :


SO
3

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PCL5

SO2CL

SO3H

(a)

(b)
CL
SO3H

SO2
(c )

(d )
CL
CL

Q. 16.
Rank the following compounds in decreasing order of reactivity in
electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction:O
O
(i)
(ii)
O
(iii )

N
(iv)
H
(a) IV > I > III > II
(b) III > I > IV > II
(c) I > III > IV > II
> I > IV
Q. 17.
Which reagent is best suited for step 1 in the synthesis shown?
Step1

Step2
Compound
X

1.

Fe . HCL
2 NaOH

(d) III > II

compound Y

1.NaNO2.H2SO4.H2O.0-50C
2.H2O.Heat

C(CH3)3
(a) A mixture of

and

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(c)

(d) N-bromosuccinimide, benzoyl peroxide,

, heat
Q. 18.
Which of the following undergoes electrophilic aromatic substitution at the
fastest rate?
O
(a)

(b)
O

(c )
O

(d )

Q. 19.
Electrophillic attack is very difficult for pyridine, but at which position it is
relatively easy?
(a) only 2
(b) only 4 (c) only 3 (d) 2 and 4 both
+ E+

Q. 20.

(P)
N
H
Identify the product (P)
H
E
(a)
(b)
N
H
H
E

(c )

H
E
N
H

(d) All of the above

N
H
General Organic Chemistry
Q. 21.

Which of the following compound would exhibit aromatic character?


(A)

(C)

Q. 22.

BH

(B)

N H (D)

B-H

HN

N-H

Increasing bond dissociation energy of the indicated C-H bond :


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Hb
He
Hd
Ha
(a) c < b < a < d (b) b < a < d < c(c) a < d < c < b (d) b < c < d < a
Q. 23.

Which is the most stable resonance form?


OCH3
OCH3
H
H
H
+H
(a)
(b)
+
H H
CH3
H H CH3
C(CH3)3
C(CH3)3
+OCH
OCH3
H
H
H
H
(c )
(d )
+
H H
CH3
H H
CH3
C(CH3)3
C(CH3)3

Q. 24.

Which of the following reactions involves a carbine reaction intermediate?

(a)

aq. NaOH

(b) (CH3)3 CBr EtOH


(CH3)3 COC2H5
hv
(c) CH4 + 4CL2
CCL4 + 4hcL
CBr2
H3C
CH3
(CH ) COK
(d )
+ CHBr3 (CH ) COH
(CH3)2 C
C (H3C)2
H3C
CH3
Q. 25.
Which of the following is the most stabilized carbocation?
OMe
OMe

3 3

3 3

(a)

(b)

OMe

OMe

(c )

(d)

Q. 26.
Highest heat of combustion is observed in :
(a) n-hexane
(b) 2-methylpentane (c) 3-methylpentane
trimethylbutane
Q. 27.

(d) 2, 2-3-

Which of the following has highest dipole moment?

(a) H F

(b)

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(c )
Q. 28.

(d )
Which of the following is the enol tautomer of the compound shown?
C CH2 - C
O

(a)

CH CH2 C
OH

(c )

C CH = C
O

CH CH2 CH

(d )

OH
C CH2 - C

OH
OH
OH
O
Which carbo cation will not form an intermediate?
+
+

Q. 29.

(a)

Q. 30.

(b)

(b)

(c )

(d ) H2C = CH

Arrange the following in increasing basic strength


Ch3
NH2
N
CH3

(I)
(a) I < II < III

(II)
(b) I < III < II

(III)
(c) II < III < I

(d) III < II < I

Alkyl Halide And Aryl Halide


Q. 31.

Which of the following reagents can be used for the following conversions
C = C CH2 Br
H

(a)

Q. 32.

CH2 CH2 CH2 Br

(b)

(c)

(d)

Which of the following method will obtained major yield of coupling product?
CH3
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(a) CH3 CH2MgCl + H3C C CH2 Cl


CH3

H
CH3
CH2 MgCl + CH3 CH2 Cl
CH3
CH3

(b) H3C

(c ) (CH3 CH2)2 CuLi + H3C


(d )

H3C CH CH2 CH2 CH3

CH
( H CCH
CH )
3

CH2 Cl

H3C CH CH2 CH2 CH3

H3C CH CH2 CH2 CH3

CuLi + CH3 CH2 Cl

H3C CH CH2 CH2 CH3

Q. 33.
The major product on debromination of 1, 2, 3-Tri bromopropane with
alcoholic KOH is :
(a) CH2 = C CH2 (b) CH = C CH2 (c) CH2 = C = CH Br (d) None of these
Br Br
Br
Br
When 2-bromo-2, 3-dimethylbutane reacts with any of the bases shown

Q. 34.

below under
conditions, two alkenes are produced; 2, 3-dimethyl-1-butene
and 2, 3-dimethyl-2butene. When one of the above base would produce the highest
yield of 2, 3-dimethyl- 1-butene?

(a)

(b)

(c)

ONa (d)

ONa

ONa
Arrange the following compounds in increasing order of their reactivity

Q. 35.
towards

elimination with

(I)

in t-butanol :

(II)

(III)

(IV)

(a) I < II < III < IV


(b) III < II < IV < I
(c) III < IV < II < I
< II < III
36. Which will be the major product of the following
Ph
H

(d) I < IV

Cl
base

OTs
CH3

Ph
Cl

(a)
Q. 37.
product

TsO

Ph
Ph
H3C
Ph
(c)
(d)
H
H3C
Cl
H3C
Cl
Cl
If the following *C labeled compound undergo the following reaction, which
would be obtained.
(b)

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O
Cl

13
13

One mole of KCN


EtOH

CH2
(a) HO

13

Cl

O
(b)H2C

CN

CN
CH2
O
13
CN
Cl
(d )
CN
OH
CH2
Give the major product of the following reaction :
Cl
13

(c )
Q. 38.

AlCl3

(a)

(b)

(c )

(d )

Q. 39.

CH3
O-

H2C
CH3

K+

Me3COH

Br
(a)

(b)
O
Me

Me
Me

(c )

(d ) None of these

Q. 40.
In the given reaction
(ii) CH MgBr
H3C HC
CH2
(P)
(i)NOH/H
O
(P) is:
ch3
OH
(a) H3C
(b)
OH
(c ) H3C
CH3
(d )
CH3
Alcohol, Ether And Phenol
3

OH
CH3
H3C
CH3 CH = CH2

Q. 41.
When treated with acid, the strained either shown below is protonated on
oxygen, and ring opens to give a resonance-stablilized carocation. Which diene listed
below when treated with acid will give the same carbocation.
O
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HO

HO

(a)

(b)

HO

HO

(c )

(d )

Q. 42.
Which of the following compounds was the starting material for the
oxidation shown below?
O
O
KMnO /H
?
HO
OH + CO2
OH
O
(a)
(b)
+

(c )

(d )

Q. 43.
CH3O

+ CH2 = CH COOC2H5

The major product is:

COOC2H5
(a)

(b)
CH3O

CH3O

COOC2H5

H5C2OOC
(c )

(d )
H3CO

CH3O
COOC2H5
Give the major product of the following reaction :
OH

Q. 44.

Major product

MnO2

OH
O

OH
OH

(a)

(b)
OH

OH

OH
OH O

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(c )

(d )
O
O
Q. 45.
Which of the following is (are) not a feasible Grignard synthesis :
OH
HO
(i) CH3CH2COOCH3 + CH3 MgBr
OH
+

(ii)

HO
HC = C CH2CHO + CH3 MgBr
Cl
CH
HO
H3C
O + CH3MgBr
3

(iV)

HO
+ CH3 MgBr
3

HC
Cl

CH3
OH

H3C

CH3

CH3CH2CH2OH

O
Q. 46.
cho
H+

Major

OH
CHO

CHO

(a)

(b)
CHO

OH
O

(c )

(d)

Q. 47.
When 1, 3, 9-tribromo-9-methyl-5-decanol is treated with a strong base, the
major product will be?
Br
Br
(a)
(b)
0
O
Br
Br
Br
O
(c )

Br

(d ) None of these

Q. 48.
Which of the following reagent should not be used for the following
conversion?
O

HO

CH2 CH2 Cl

HO

CH2 CH2 Cl

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(a) Zn-Hg/HCl
Q. 49.

(b)

(c)

(d) All of these

Give the major product from the following reaction sequence :

H
N O

(a)

CH3COLC

Sn/conc.HCl

HNO3
H2SO4

CH3
(b)

`
OH

Major product
OH

NO2

(c )

HN
CH3 OCOCH3

(d)
CH3

Q. 50.
CH3O

H3C

NO2

NO2 + H2O HHgSO


SO /

The product of the reaction is


C

(a) CH3O

C = CH
OH

NO2

(b) CH3O

(c ) CH3O

CH = C
OH

NO2

(d) CH3O

C = CH2
O

NO2

CH2 C
O

NO2

Carboxylic Adis And Its Derivatives, Amines And Carbohydrates


COOH
Q. 51.

The product is

Cl
The (Y) is
O
`

(a)

(b)

(c )

(d )
Cl

Q. 52.

OH

Which molecule will give the following dicarboxylic acid upon treatment with

acidic solution of

HOOC
(a)

CH2COOH

(b)

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(c )
Q. 53.

(d)
What is the major product from the following reaction?
COOH
HOH2C CH
H

One Mole of NaOH

HCl

COOCOOH
(a) HOCH2 CH
(b) HOCH2
CH
H N
H
H N
HCl
H
COOH
COO(c )
OCH2
CH
(d )
OCH2
CH
+
H N
H
H N+ H
HCl
H Cl
Q. 54.
Which balanced equation best describes the hydrolysis of the compound
shown? The reaction is carred out at a pH = 2.
O
O
+
(a)
CNHCH3 + H20
CNH3 + CH3OH
O
(b)

CNHCH3 + H20
O

(c )

COH + CH3NH2
O
+

CO- + CH3NH3

CNHCH3 + H20
O

(d )

CNHCH3 + H20

COH + CH3NH3

Q. 55.
reductive

Which pair of reagents would be used to make the following amine by


amination?
CH3
H /pd
?+?
H3C
NH
2

CH3
(a) Methylamine and 2-methylbutanoic acid
(b) Methylamine and 2-methylbutanal
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(c) Ammonia and 3-methyl-2-pentanone


(d) dimethylamine and 2-butanone
Q. 56.

HOOC
HOOC

O
O CH3H O

CH3
(a) HOOC

A. A IS

HOOC
(b ) HOOC

(c ) HOOC

O
CH3
O
CH3
OH

(d ) HOOC
CH3

CH MgBr(2 mol)
CH
3CN
HO

Q. 57.

conc. H2SO4

B, A and B are

CH3
(a) CH3COCH3;

(b) (CH3)3COH, (CH3)C = CH2

H3C

CH3

(c ) (CH3)2CHOH, CH3CH = CH2


Q. 58.
N

Which of the nitrogen of histidine is first protonated?


+ NH
3

CH2CHCOO-

N
H

(a)

Q. 59.

(d) None is correct

(b)

(c) both

(d) none of these

Identify the end product in the reaction sequence


NO2
Br2FeBr3

Fe + HCl

NaNO2/HCl

Cl

OOC

WCu powder / HCl X


Br
CH3

CH3
(a)

Mg / ether
One mole

Y Aacetophenone
HO
3

(b)
OH
Cl
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CH3

Br

(c )

(d)

CH3

OH

OH

Q. 60.
A compound (X) on treatment with
produces another compound
(Y). The latter on hydrolysis yields a mixture of benzoic acid and methylamine. The
compound (X) is
C6H5
OH
C6H5
(a)
C=N
(b)
C=N
CH3
CH3
OH
C6H5
CH3
(c )
C=N
(d)
C=N
C6H5
OH
H
OH

NO
Q. 61.
CH3 CH = CH2
H3PO4

P. P IS

CH3
H3C
(a)

CH3

(b)

NO

NO
H3C

CH3

(c )

CH3
(d)
H3C

CH3

NO

NO

O
O
Q. 62.

+ NaHCO
OH

+CO2
ONa

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(a)

(b)

COONa

(c) Both

(d) none of these

End product of this conversion H3C C CH2CH21.NaBH


CH2CO2H
2. H O,H

Q. 63.
is

C
(a)

H3C

(b)

H3C
CH3
(c )
Q. 64.

(d)

O
H 3C

OH

O
Which of the following reactions will produce a secondary amine?
O
NH2
O
1.LiAlH .diethylether
1.LiAlH .diethylether
(b)
N
2H O
2H O
H
HO
O
CH3
N CH3
1.LiAlH .diethylether
1.LiAlH .diethylether
N
(d)
2H O
2H O
H
4

(a)

(c )

Q. 65.

Identify the end product Y


NaNO2/HCl
00 50O

NaOH

(a) Naphthalene (b) Anthracene

(c) Phenanthrene(d) Diphenyl

Aldehyde and ketones


Q. 66.

What is the product, C of the following sequence of reactions?


O
OH +
+
H
H + HO
A CH3MgBr
B H3O
C
H3C
O
O

(a)

OH

OH

OH

(b)
H3C

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OH
(c )
Q. 67.
H

OH
CHO

(d)

OH
What is product, C of the following sequence of reactions?
O
H KOH.CH OH
heat
O
O
O
3

(a)

(b)
CHO
CHO

(c )
Q. 68.

(d)
In the reaction
OH

CH3
+
H
CH3
The major product formed is
CH2COOH
(a)

) CO] Al
C[(CH
=heat
O
3 3

(b)
CH2COOH

(c )

Q. 69.

(d)

In the sequence of reactions


O
NBS
CCl4

Aq.KOH

the final product (B) is


O
OH
(a)
(b)

B
O

O
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COOK
(c )
Q. 70.

O
(d )

In the reaction
EtONa / EtOH
+ CH3COCH
3

heat

the product X is
H3C CH3

H3C

CH3
OH

(a)

(b)

CH3
(c )

(d)

C(CH3)2

CH3

CH3
C
CH3

OH

Q. 71.
+ (H5C6)3P
A and C are
H3C

O
C

CH3
(a)
+ (H5C6)3P

(c )
Q. 72.

+ C6H5CHO

(b)

+ (H5C6)3P

(d) None of these

A ketone A whice undergoes a haloform reaction gives compound B on

reduction. B on heating with


gives compound C, which forms mono ozonide
D. The compound D on hydrolysis in presence of zinc dust gives only acetaldehyde. A
is
CH3
Et
(a) H3C
(b) Et
O
O
Et
Et
(c )Me
(d) Me
O
O
Q. 73.

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O
What is the major product?
(a)

Me

(b)
Me

O
CHO

(c )
Q. 74.

(d) None of these

Me
In the given reaction sequence
O
H3C
CH3
+CH2OH CH2OH/H+ (1 equivqlent)
(A)
O

(B) is:
H3C

OH

O
H3C

CH3

(a)

(B)

(i)LiAlH4
(ii)H2O/H+

CH3

(b)
O

H3C

CH3
CH3
(d)

(c )

OH
H3C

O
Q. 75.

CH3

OH

O
H2O

(A)

CHCl3

(B)

+Cl2

O
CHO
+ Br2

(a)

(A)And (B) are:


O
Cl
and

O
CHO

Cl
(b)

CHO
and

Br

Br
OH
Cl

CHO

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(c )

and

(d)

Cl

CHO
Cl

Br

Multiple Choice Questions


Hydrocarbon
R

Q. 76.

P+Q

Br2/CCl4

H
R1
where P and Q are
(a) enantiomers if
(b) diastereomers if
(c) Both are meso and hence the same compound if
(d) An equimolar mixture of P and Q is a racemic mixture if
Q. 77.
Given alkene can be prepared form Witting reaction, from which of the following
reactants :
O
(a)
O + Cl
(b)
Cl + H
(c )

H +Cl

(d)

O+

Cl

O
H3O+

Q. 78.
o/onolysis

Dil OH

oxidation

Naoh/I2

E
(a) D can be open chain structure while E is a close ring structure
(b) A is 2-ketoheptanal
O
O
(c)
COCH3
(d)
COCH3
C is
B is
Q. 79.

H2so4

CH COOOH
HOCH2 C = C CH2 Lindlar
CHH2catalyst
OH
X
Y

which of the following statement are correct for above sequence of reaction
2

HO
(a) Z is

OH

O
(b)V Z is

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O
(c ) Formation of X is example of syn addition
(d ) Formation of Y is example of anti - addition
Q. 80.
Which of the following compounds undergo decarboxylation
COOH
N

(a) O2N CH2 COOH


(b)
O
O
COOH
O
(c )
(d )
CH
CH /

H2C
O
H
Q. 81.
Which of the following is/are true regarding hydroboration reaction of alkene
(a) The reaction proceeds through ionic intermediate and syn addition takes
place
(b) Reaction poroceeds through cyclic transition state and syn addition takes
place
+

(c) Reagent diborane in either (THF) exists as


(d) Reagents exists in THF as borane-THF complex
O+ BH3
Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
Q. 82.
Which of the following substituted benzene derivatives would furnish three
isomers when one more substitution introduced?
Br
Br
(a)
(b)
Br
Br

Br
(c )

(d)
Br
Br
Br

Q. 83.

NaNH2
liq.NH3

[Intermediate]

H+

Product

Br
Choose the correct statement (s)
Choose the correct statement (s)
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OH
(a)

Is formed
NH2
(b)Intermediate formed is aromatic
OH
(C)

is formed involving non-aromatic intermediate


NH2

(d )

Is also formed
OH
OH
Which of the following are aromatic :

Q. 84.

(a)

(b)

H
2-

(c)

(d)

H
Which of the following heterocyclic compound/s might be aromatic?

Q. 85.
(a)

NH

(c )

(b)

BH

(d)

General Organic Chemistry


Q. 86.

Which of the following are organo metallic compound?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Q. 87.

Which of the following compounds are planar

(a)

(b)

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(d)
O

Q. 88.

Consider the given reaction :


C
+3H2

Pd/C

Product

A
B
D
In the above reaction which one of the given ring will not undergo reduction?
(a) ring A (b) ring B (c) ring C (d) ring D
Q. 89.
Which of the following statements are true?
(a)

is weaker base than

but more nucleophilic than

in polar protic solvent.


(b) Hydroxylamine is stronger nucleophile than ammonia
(b)

N: is more nucleophilic than triethylamine.

(d)

is less stable than

Alkyl Halide And Aryl Halide


Q. 90.

Consider the given reaction


CH3
CN
NaCN
H3C
OTs
H3C
C2H5
CH3
Which among the following statements are correct for the above reaction :

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Q. 91.

Product formation takes place due to the breaking of


The reaction is SN2 reaction
The reaction is SN1 reaction
Configuration of the product is (R)
Which of the following statements are incorrect for the given reaction?

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(a) Reaction will not take place because OH is poor leaving group,
weaker base and

is

is strong base

(b) Reaction will take place because


is strong base

is poor leaving group and

(c) Reaction will take place because


weak base and

is poor leaving group,

is

is strong base

(d) Reaction will take place because

is good leaving group,

is

weak base and


is strong base.
Q. 92.
Which of the following reactions will proceed with retentions of configuration
only at the chiral carbon?
H
O
CH3
HO
HO
(a) H3C
C
C
(b)
H
C
CH
S
2
Ag
Ag
CH3
O
Br
I
2

H
(c )

H3C

Br
C2H5

H2O
Ag+

CH3
(d)

C6H5

Br
C2H5

Q. 93.

H2O
Ag+

O
O
R
C
NH2 + H3C
CHD BrC+ HO NH2
Mixture of 1 amines.
Which of the following statements are true for above reaction.
(a) A mixture of four different amines are formed confirming that a free
carbonynitrene intermediate is formed.
(b) A mixture of two amines are formed confirming that rearrangement is strictly
intermolecular.
(c) If R is Chiral, it migrates with retention of configuration
O
(d) A free carbonylnitrene R1
C
N : intermediate is formed and only two
amines are formed.
Q. 94.
In which of the following cases rate is dependent upon concentration of
nucleophile?
CH3
(a)
F/SO2(liquid)
H3C
Cl
Product
(Specific rotation = 0)
Ph
Ch3
Nal/acetone
(b)H
I
Product
(Specific rotation = 0)
C6H13
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(c )

Cl
NO2
NaOH/

Product

NO2
Cl

(c)

Q. 95.

ph

Agl
D

Product

(mixture of sterioisomers)

t-Buok
t-BuLi

Which of the following statement is/are correct for above reaction.


(a) The product is formed by

mechanism

(b) The product is formed by


mechanism
(c) The product is formed by 1, 1-elimination followed by migration of phenyl
group.
(d) The intermediate is carbine.
Q. 96.
Which of the following reactions will proceed with retention of configuration
only at the chiral carbon.
H
O
H3C
H2O
(a) H3C
C
C Ag+
(b) H
C
CH2 H2OS
CH3
Ag+
Br
O
I
H
CH3
H2O
(c ) CH3
C
BrH2O+
(d ) C6H5 C
Br
Ag+
Ag
C2H5
C2H5
Alcohol, Ether And Phenol

Q. 97.
(a)

Characteristic dark colouration with neutral


OH
OH
O
(b) CH3 C
CH
C

solution is given by
OC2H5

OH
(c )

(d ) CH3CH2CH2OH

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Q. 98.

CH2

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Q. 99.
Ethyl alcohol on oxidation with
gives
(a) Formic acid (b) Formaldehyde
(c) Acetic acid
(d) Acetaldehyde
Q. 100.
In the Dow process for the manufacture of phenol; chlorobenzene is fused
with NaOH at
high temp and under pressure.
NaOH
3600C

Intermediate H O
High pressure
Aromatic

Phenol + (A) + (B)

Side products
Which of the following statements are correct for above reaction?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Phenol is formed via an intermediate that is aromatic.


Diphenylether is also formed as by product.
p-phenylphenol is also formed as by product.
Biphenylene is also formed as by-product.

Carboxylic Adis And Its Derivatives, Amines And Carbohydrates


Q. 101.

In which of the following reactions,


Me Me
125 C (a) Me
N
OH
Me Me
Me
0

O
(b)

Ph

OH
Me

Me
CHO
(c)
NO2

O
Ph

CHO
+

OH

Q. 102.

OH
+

cone.OH
H3O+

Me
Me

(d)

the product formed is appropriate


Me Me
Me
N
+ CH2 = CH2 + H2O
Me Me

NO2

OH
CH COO
+ (CH3CH2CO)i)CH
O
Ph
2
H+/
O

Which of the following will not decarboxylate on heating


3

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COOH
COOH
(c) CF3 COCH2COOH

(b) PhCOCH2COOH

(d) CH3 CH2 CH COOH


OH
Which of the following intermediate are formed during acidic hydrolysis of

Q. 103.

to

EtCOOH
+

(a) C2H5

C
OH

(c) C2H5C

NH2

NH

(b) C2H5
+
OH
(d) C2H5

Q. 104.

C
OH2

NH3

NH

. Intermediates formed during reaction are :

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Q. 105.

O
LiALH4

C
O

(X)

OCH3

(Y)
(X) is
OH

(Y) is
O

(a)

(b)
CH2OH

CH2OH

(X) is
OH
(c)

(Y) is
OH
(d)

C
OCH3
O
Aldehyde And Ketones
Q. 106.
(a)

C
O

OCH3

Which among the following compound(s) will give positive iodoform test?
I
O
O
O
(b)
CH3
H C
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H3C

(c)

Cl

(d) H3C
Cl

H
Q. 107.

O3/Zn/H2O

O
Products are
O

(A)

OH

(a)

H
(b)

O
O

(c)

(d)
O

Q. 108.
(a)

Benzylic acid rearrangement is possible is


O
O
O
O
(b)
O
Ph
Ph
Ph
O

Ph

O
oo

(c)

(d)
o

Q. 109.

R
C

o
S

CH2

HCl(g)
-H2O

O +
H
H
S
CH2
The stable compound [X] may be utilized
R
R
(a) to convert
C
O into
H
D
R
R
(b) to convert
C
O
into
H
H3C
R
(c) to convert
H

R
Ointo
H3C

[X]

CH2

R
(c) to convert
C
Ointo
H
Q. 110.
Which of the following carbonyl compound can form stable hydrate?
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(c) Hexafluoroacetone
Q. 111.
H3C

C
H3C

O
O

(b) Formaldehyde
(d)Trichloroacetaldehyde (Chloral)

O
C

OCH3
1.LiAlH4
2.H2O

A + B + CH3OH

O
C+H
C
H
Which of the statement are correct for above sequence of reaction
HO CH2OH
HOH2C
CH2OH
H3C
H3C
(a)
(b)
HlO4

(c)C is

y - unstarated cyclic ketone

(d) C is

, - unstarated

cyclic ketone
Q. 112.
Which of the following compound can react with ammonical silver nitrate
solution?
(a) Acetaldehyde (b) Formic acid (c) 1-butyne
(d) 3-Pentanone.
Q. 113.

Which of the following compound(s) give(s) iodoform test


O
O
(a) H3C C CH2 CH2 CH3
(b) I2CH C CH2 CH3
O
O
(c)H3C C OH
(d) H3C C CH2 C OEt

COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS
Hydrocarbon
Comprehensions 1
The addition of bromine to cyclopentene provides evidence for bromonium ion
intermediate in bromine addition. It follows ionic mechanism. When cyclopentane
reacts
with bromine in presence of
anti addition occurs and gives trans
isomer so addition of halogen to an alkene is a sterospecific reaction. C is alkene on
addition with halogen gives meso product and trans alkene on addition gives racemic
mixture.
HCO3H

Q. 114.
HO
A is
(a) 2, 3-epoxy butane
(c) 2-butanone
2

A
(b) 2, 3-butane diol
(d) Epoxy ethane

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Q. 115.

Consider the following reaction :


H3C
CH3
+ CHBr(CH
3 ) COK

3 3

H
H
The Product obtained in the reaction is
Br
Br
(a)

H3 C

Br

Br

Br

(d)

H3C
CH3
CH3

CH3
CH3
(c)

CH3
(d)

Br

Br
H3C

CH3

Br

CH3
Br

CH3

Q. 116.

Br

OsO4

Na2SO3
I
H2O

II

H
H
The final product is
(a) Meso 2, 3-butane diol
(b) 2-butanol
(c)
3-butane diol
(d)
2-butanone
Comprehensions 2
The > C = C double bond of alkene is nueleophilic, but if it is bonded to > C = O,
it becomes electrophilic as in
-unsaturated carbonyl compound and then
nucleophilic addition
into latter may be either 1, 2-addition and or 1, 4-addition
depending on condition. 1, 2addition in kinetically controlled product and 1, 4addition is thermodynamically controlled product. Hard nucleophile favours 1, 2addition, while soft nucleophile favours 1, 4addition. As the reactivity of > C = O
increases, direct addition is more favourable. Sometimes steric factor also decides the
path.
Q. 117.

PhSH,250C

(X) , (X) is

HS

SH

(a)

(b)
O

OH

HS

(c)

(d)

O
Q. 118.
NaBH4, EtOH

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Q. 119.

Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution


Comprehensions 3
The typical reaction of benzene and other aromatic compounds are electrophilic
substitution. Presence of electron donating group activates the ring towards
electrophilic
substitution, while presence of electron withdrawing group deactivates
the ring towards electrophilic substitution but at the same time activates the ring
towards nucleophilic
substitution. Some groups are predominantly meta-directing
and all of these are
deactivating. Except halogen, most of the O and P directing
groups are activating groups.
Q. 120.

Q. 121.
Q. 122.
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When a mono-substituted benzene undergoes an electrophilic substitution, the


position
taken up by the incoming group and the rate of the reaction are determined
by the
substitution already present on the benzene ring. On this basis various
substituents can be
divided into three categories.
(1) o, p-directing and activating
(2) m-directing and deactivating
(3) o, p-directing and deactivating
Q. 123.
Which compound is most reactive for Aromatic electrophilic substitution
reaction?
(a) -----Q. 124.
Which one of the following statements is not correct?
(a)

is meta director due to the reverse hyper-conjugating and I effect

(b)

group is o, p-director due to the +I effect and hyperconjugation

(c)

group is meta director due to the I effect and R effect

(d)
group is meta director due to R effect
Q. 125.
In the given reaction
--------Select the correct answer from the codes given below :
(a) Only 1 (b) 1 and 2 (c) 1 and 3 (d) 1, 2 and 3
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Comprehensions 5
Isomers which are non super-imposable mirror images of each other are called
enantiomers. All optically active compounds exhibit enantiomerism. The
stereoisomers
which are not mirror images of each other are called disastereomers.
Enantiomers are always chiral molecules whereas diastereomers may or may not be
chiral, configuration of the compound having no element of symmetry is always chiral.
Chiral molecule may or may not contain chiral carbon.
Q. 126.
Which of the following compound are chiral?
(a) -------Q. 127.
Which of the following compound are chiral?
(a) -------Q. 128.
Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
(a) -----Comprehensions 6
Delocalisation of electrons take place in alternate single and multiple bonds
involving carbon atoms. Delocalisation may also occur in a conjugated system
involving carbon atom and atom other than the carbon. There are also examples in
which pi orbital and p orbital (vacant or half-filled) overlap. Thus delocalization are of
the following types :
(i) delocalization by

overlap

(ii) delocalization by

p overlap

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Delocalisation makes system stable. More is the number of resonating structures


more is
the stability of the system.
Q. 129.
In which of the following compounds delocalization is not possible :
(a) 1, 4-pentadiene
(b) 1, 3-butadiene
(c) 1, 3, 5-hexatriene (d)
benzene
Q. 130.
Arrange the following resonating structures of formic acid in decreasing
order of stability.
(a) --------Q. 131.
Which one of the following anion is most stable due to the deloclisation?
(a) --------------ALKYL HALIDE AND ARYL HALIDE
Comprehensions 7
SN2 reaction is bimolecular reaction which takes place by formation of transition
state.
Velocity of the reaction depends on the concentration of substrate as well as
nucleophile.
The reaction is favourable by strong nucleophile in the presence of
polar aprotic solent.
Optically active halides gives. Walden inversion by SN2 mechanism. Presence of
hetero
atom at
-carbon, unsaturtion at
-carbon favours SN2
mechanism.
Q. 132.
Which of the following compound will give Walden inversion?
(a) ----Q. 133.
Which of the following compound will give SN2 reaction?
-----Select the correct answer from the codes given below :
(a) I and II (b) I and III (c) I, II and III
(d) I, II, III and IV
Q. 134.
Which one of the following is most reactive for SN2 reaction?
(a) ------Comprehensions 8
Allyl halides and benzyl halides give SN1 and SN2 reactions. Allyl halides also
give SN2
mechanism. Electron donating group present at ortho or para position
in benzyl halides favours SN1 mechanism where as electron withdrawing group favours
SN2 mechanism.
Q. 135.
Which one of the following compounds will give SN1 mechanism?
(a) -----Q. 136.
Which of the following compounds will give SN1 reaction?
(a) -----Q. 137.
Which one of the following compounds give SN1, SN2 and SN2 mechanism?
(a) -----ALCOHOL, ETHER AND PHENOL
Comprehensions 9
Epoxides (or oxiranes) are three membered cyclic eithers and differ from other
cyclic and cyclic eithers in that they are reactive to various reagents. The reason for
this reactivity is the strained three membered ring. Reactions with nucleophiles can
result in ring opening and relief of strin. Nucleophiles will attack either of the
electrophilic carbons present in an epoxide by an
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-------(a) ----Q. 139.
The reaction of -------- with RMgX followed by hydrolysis leads to the
formation of
(a) ------Q. 140.
The product (B) in the following sequence of reaction is :
----------(a) -------Comprehensions 10
In phenol, the benzene ring is activated towards electrophilic substitution.
Therefore, phenol on bromination gives 2, 4, 6-tribromophenol. If now, 2, 4, 6tribromophenol is
forced to undergo bromination further, an organic compound A
is formed, which is a
useful organic reagent and may be used for interesting organic
synthesis. At the same
time, the group attached to benzene nucleus makes
phenol not suitable to undergo Friedel
Craft reaction due to adduct formation with
Lewis acid.
Q. 141.
-----(a) -----Q. 142.
------(a) -----Q. 143.
------(a) ------CARBOXYLIC ADIS AND ITS DERIVATIVES, AMINES AND CARBOHYDRATES
Comprehensions 11
Diazonium salt formation and coupling reactions : When a reaction mixture of
phenyl
amine and nitrous acid is kept below
These reaction is called diazotization reaction.
---------The diazonium ion,

, a diazonium salt is formed.

, is rather unstable and decomposes readily to

nitrogen. However, delocalization of the diazonium from


-bond electron over a
benzene ring
stabilizes phenyl diazonium sufficiently for it to form at low
temperatures.
The phenyl diazonium on behaves as an electrophile, and will attack another
arene
molecule such as phenol. Electrophilic substitution takes place at the 4
position, producing
4-hydroxy phenyl azobenzene. The reaction is known as
coupling reaction.
----------The compound formed is an energetically stable, yellow azo dye (the azo group is
N=N). The stability is due to extensive delocalization of electrons via the
nitrogen nitrogen
double bonds.
Q. 144.
The azo dye obtained on reacting 4-aminophenol with nitrous acid (in dilute
hydrochloric
phenol is :
(a) -------

acid) below

and coupling the resulting diazonium salt with

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Q. 145.
Benzene diazonium chloride on reaction with phenol with weakly basic
medium gives
(a) diphenyl ether
(b) p-hydroxy azobenzene
(c) chlorobenzene
(d)
benzene
Q. 146.
----------benzene diazonium chloride with one of the following compounds.
-----------Comprehensions 12
On ozonolysis of
reacts with

gives
gives oxmie

rearrangement to give an amide when


on hydrolysis produces
(D) with

and

(A)

. The oxime under goes


reacted with

and

in dryether. The amide

compound

at 0C gives aromatic alcohol

. Compound
, oxidation of which

gives phtahlic acid. (B) on mild oxidation gives a carboxylic

acid

which is degraded by HI to
- I and o-hydroxy benzoic acid.
Q. 147.
The oxime (C) undergoes rearrangement then the intermediate is
(a) -------Q. 148.
The X is :
(a) -------------Q. 149.
The compound (D) can be :
(a) --------ALDEHYDE AND KETONES
Comprehensions 13
Vanillin (A)

is isolated from vanilla beans, which gives intense blue

colour with neutral


and also gives the tollens test. It reacts with conc. HBr
to give a compound
B. One mole of vanillin gave one mole of AgI with zeises
methoxy estimations. Compound B can give catechol.
Q. 150.
The structure of A is
(a) ---------Q. 151.
Compound B on heating with Zinc dust will give X. X is
(a) ---------Q. 152.
In the above question If X reacts with acetic anhydride in presence of
at 180C gives.
(a) Cinnamic acid
(b) Crotonic acid (c) Pyruvic acid (d) Acetic acid
Comprehensions 14
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The > C = C < double bond of alkene is nueleophilic, but if ti is bonded to >C = 0,
it becomes electrophilic as in
unsaturated carbonyl compound and then
nucleophilic addition
into latter may be either 1, 2-addition and or 1, 4-addition
depending on condition. 1, 2addition in kinetically controlled product and 1, 4addition is thermodynamically controlled product. Hard nucleophile favours 1, 2addition, while soft nucleophile favours 1, 4addition. As the reactivity of > C = 0
increases, direct addition is more favourable. Sometimes steric factor also decides the
path.
Q. 153.
-------(a) -------Q. 154.
------(a) --------Q. 155.
------(a) -------MATCHING QUESTIONS
HYDROCARBON
Q. 156.
Identify A, B, C, D from p, q, r, s,
Column I
Column II
ELECTROPHILIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION
Q. 157.
Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes
given below the lists :
Column I
Column II
Q. 158.
Matching the following
Column I
Column II
(a) Pyrrole
(p) Huckels (4n + 2) electron rule
(b) Nitrobenzene
(c) Toluene
(d) Chlorohbenzene

(q) sp
hybrid carbon
(r) More reactive than benzene in
electrophillic substitution
reaction.
(s) Less reactive than benzene in
electrophilic substitution
reactions

GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY


Q. 159.
Match List I with List II and select the
correct answer from the codes given below the lists :
Column I (Compound/ion)
Column II (Nature)
(a) Cyclooctatetraene
(p) Aromatic
(b) Cycloheptatrienyl cation
(q) Non-aromatic
(c) Cyclopentadienyl cation
(r) Antiaromatic
(d) Cyclopentadiene
(s) Aliphatic
Q. 160.
Match the following
Column I
Column II
(a) ---(p) Carbene
(b) ----(q) Radical
(c) ---(r) Carbanion
(d) --(s) Aliphatic
Q. 161.
Matching the following
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(a) ------(b) -----(c) ------(d) ------Q. 162.
Column
(a) ----Q. 163.
Column
(a) ----Q. 164.
appropriately
Column
(a) ----(b) ----(c) ------

I
I

Column II
(p) New C C bond formation
(q) reduction
(r) electrophilic aromatic
(s) rearrangement involve
Matching the following
Column II
(p) ----Matching the following
Column II
(p) ----From the given sets, match
Column II
(p) bond involved in conjugation
(q) Every lone pair present in
molecule involved in resonance
(r) 2 bonds involved in conjugation

(d) ----(s)
bond resonance
ALKYL HALIDE AND ARYL HALIDE
Q. 165.
Match the following :
Column I
Column II
(a) ----(p) But-2en-1-ol
(b) ---(q) But-3-en-2-ol
(c) ----(r) Ethyl nitrite
(d) ---(s) Nitro ethane
Q. 166.
Matching the following
Column I
Column II
(a) ---(p) --ALCOHOL, ETHER AND PHENOL
Q. 167.
Match the following :
Column I
Column II
(a) ---(p) ----CARBOXYLIC ADIS AND ITS DERIVATIVES, AMINES AND CARBOHYDRATES
Q. 168.
Match the following
Column I
Column II
(a) --(p) --Q. 169.
Match the following
Column I
Column II
(a) Orlon
(p) --(b) Dacron
(q) --(c) Buna-N
(r) --(d) SBR
(s) ---Q. 170.
Match the Column I with Column II
Column I
Column II
(a) ---(p) ---Q. 171.
Reaction sequence I -----------Column I
Column II
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Q. 172.
Match the column of I and (II)
Column I
Column II
(a) ---(p) ---Q. 173.
Aldol dondensation proceeds by carboncarbon bond formation between an enolate donor and a carbonyl acceptor. For each
of the following aldol products (1 through 4)
-------Match the donor and acceptor compound.
Column I (Donor)
Column II (Acceptor)
(a) ---(p) ---Q. 174.
Match the column : If , -unsaturated
carbonyl compound is treated with nucleophile,
the addition will be either 1, 2addition (direct addition) or 1, 4-addition (conjugate addition) or both, depending on
the reaction conditions, nature of nucleophile and reactivity of carbonyl group. Under
the certain condition, the major reaction pathway will
either of these. Vinyl methyl
ketone is treated separately with different nucleophiles given
in column I, Column II
shows major reaction pathway. Now, match the column leads to meaningful.
Column I
Column II
(a)
(b) HCN, NaCN/10C
(c) HCN, NaCN/80C
(d)
Q. 175.
Column I
(a) --------treatment with
(b) ---------

(p) 1, 4-addition (soft nucleophile)


(q) 1, 4-addition, thermodynamically
(r) 1, 2-addition, kinetically controller
(s) 1, 2-addition (Hard nucleophile)
Matching the following
Column II
(p) No. geometrical isomers on

(q) Racemisation on treatment with

aq.
(c)

(r) Michael addition with

(d) ------

(s) Condensation will

Q. 176.
Column I

Match the following


Column II

(a)

(p) Benxoin condensation

(b)

(q) Cannizaro reaction

(c)

(r) Crosscannizaro reaction

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(d)
------(s) Perkin Reaction
Q. 177.
Match list I with Column II and select
the correct answer using the codes given below
the lists
Column I
Column II
(a) ----

(p)

(b) ----(c) -------

(q)
(r) Zn Hg/HCl

(d) -----(s)
ASSERTION REASONING QUESTIONS
HYDROCARBON
Q. 178.
STATEMENT 1
The major product of addition of HCl upon the alkene (I) is II given below.
------STATEMENT 2
The reaction occurs by carbocationic inter mediate formation and the carbocation.
-------Q. 179.
STATEMENT 1
The reaction given below mainly takes place by path I rather than by path II.
------STATEMENT 2
Organo metallic are strong bases, tertiary halides undergo elimination with such
strong
bases.
Q. 180.
STATEMENT 1
Corey house reaction can be used to prepare both for symmetrical and
unsymmetrical
alkane.
STATEMENT 2
An appropriate example of correy house reaction is the following.
------Q. 181.
STATEMENT 1
------STATEMENT 2
The reaction proceeds via cyclic intermediate mechanism.
Q. 182.
STATEMENT 1
Hydroboration-oxidation leads to syn addition of water to alkene.
STATEMENT 2
In hydroboration oxidation antimarkoniknowf addition takes place
ELECTROPHILIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUION
Q. 183.
STATEMENT 1
The mono bromination of compound I yields the compound II as the major
product.
-------STATEMENT 2

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group is o and p-orienting and due to the bulkiness of the


substituent and due
to the bulkiness of the substituent para
position is preferred,
Q. 184.
STATEMENT 1
In naphthalene
----the electrophilic attack on indicated position 1 is more hindered so less stable
intermediate is formed hence it takes place at position 2.
STATEMENT 2
The electrophile attacks on the position which gives more stable intermediate
Q. 185.
STATEMENT 1
------- DISSOCIATES EASILY WHEREAS -----DOES NOT DISSOCIATE
STATEMENT 2
----- dissociates produces a highly stable aromatic cycloheptatrienyl carbocation
but ----- produces very unstable anti aromatic cyclopentadienyl cation on
dissocation.
Q. 186.
STATEMENT 1
In strongly acidic medium, aniline becomes resistance towards electrophillic
reagent.
STATEMENT 2
The amino group becomes protonated in strongly acidic medium, the lone pair of
is no
available for resonance.
Q. 187.
STATEMENT 1
Pyrrole, is aromatic and undergoes electrophilic aromatic substitution extremely
readily
and predominant by at position adjacent
to nitrogen.
STATEMENT 2
Nitrogen in the ring bearing a lone pair in conjugation with -electrons brings
aromaticity
to the pyrrole.
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Q. 188.
STATEMENT 1
------The C Br heterolytic bond dissociation energy in (I) is less than that in (II)
STATEMENT 2
Stabler the intermediate, lesser the bond dissociation energy.
Q. 189.
STATEMENT 1
Tropolone [X] is much more basic than most of the

unsaturated ketones

[Y]
STATEMENT 2
Conjugate acid of tropolone is less stable than conjugate acid of
unsaturated
ketones.
--------Q. 190.
STATEMENT 1
Enol form of cyclohexane -1,3,5-trione is more stable than its keto form.
STATEMENT 2
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It contains
Q. 191.

hydrogen atoms.
STATEMENT 1

H atoms in aldehyde and ketone are acidic


STATEMENT 2
The carbonion formed after removal of
H is stabilized by resonance effect.
Q. 192.
STATEMENT 1
The compound
-----Shows both geometrical and optical isomerism
STATEMENT 2
cis-1, 2-dimethylcyclohexane and trans-1,2-dimethylcyclohexane are geometrical
isomers.
ALKYL HALIDE AND ARYL HALIDE
Q. 193.
STATEMENT 1
The reaction given below is more likely to occur by
aqueous
mechanism.
----STATEMENT 2

mechanism in 1 : 1

ethanol solution rather by

is a weak nucleophile and it can exhibit its nucleophilicity only at the


centre with appreciable amount of +ve

carbon

charge, the carbocation to be formed in


pathway will also be of appreciable
stability and the solvent is also polar to favour carbocation formation.
Q. 194.
STATEMENT 1
In the hydrolysis of tertiary butyl bromide by the
mechanism, rate
determining step is
the ionization of tertiary butyl bromide,
leading to the formation of carbocation.
STATEMENT 2
In

reaction of first order, rate is independent of the concentration of


.

Q. 195.
Rate of reaction of

STATEMENT 1
with

increases 10,000 times by changing

the solvent from


(DMSO)
STATEMENT 2
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is a protic polar solvent while dimethyl sulfoxide is an a protic polar


solvent.
Q. 196.
STTEMENT 1
-------- give Hoffman product where as ------- give sytzelt product on
dehydrohalogenation.
STATEMENT 2
ECB reaction are carried out through stable carbanions intermediate ion.
Q. 197.
STATEMENT 1
Allyl bromide shows faster rate than ethyl bromine, when both undego
reaction
separately with same attacking
nucleophile.
ALCOHOL, ETHER AND PHENOL
Q. 198.
STATEMENT 1
The reaction given below is not feasible.
-------STATEMENT 2
------is a weak uncleophile but very strong base
Q. 199.
STATEMENT 1
Dduring preparation of anisole (pyenyl methyl ether)
but

is treated with

halobenzene is not treated with

.
STATEMENT 2
Nucleophilic substance is difficult on aromatic compounds.
Q. 200.
STATEMENT 1
--------STATEMENT 2
Conc. acid give salt formation with ethers.
Q. 201.
STATEMENT 1
Methanol and ethanol can be distinguished by halofrom test.
STATEMENT 2
Methanol is more acidic than ethanol.
Q. 202.
STATEMENT 1
Ether is cleaved by HI through both SN1 and SN2 reaction and the product are
usually
alcohol and alkylhalide
STATEMENT 2
-----CARBOXYLIC ADIS AND ITS DERIVATIVES, AMINES AND CARBOHYDRATES
Q. 203.
STATEMENT 1
------will give haloform reaction where as
------can not give this reaction
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STATEMENT 2
is the only acid which can give haloform reaction.
Q. 204.
STATEMENT 1
------ ON HYDROLYSIS IN ACIDIC MEDIUM PRODUCES ------STATEMENT 2
Protonation takes place on
Q. 205.
Decarboxylation of
STATEMENT 2

STATEMENT 1
ketoacid is a pericyclic reaction.

------- On decarboxylation yields


.
Q. 206.STATEMENT - 1
Hinsberg test is used to distinguish 1,2 and 3 amines.
STATEMENT 2
Hinsberg test is based on solubility of sulfonates in KOH.
Q. 207.
STATEMENT 1
Tertiary aromatic amines on diazotization produces p-nitroso substituted
compound.
STATEMENT 2
There is no hydrogen atom bonded to the nitrogen atom of 3 aromatic amine.
ALDEHYDE AND KETONES
Q. 208.
STATEMENT 1
Acetaldehyde reacts with alkaline solution of sodium nitroprusside o give red
colouration.
STATEMENT 2
Acetaldehyde is good reducing agent.
Q. 209.
STATEMENT 1
Cannizarro reaction is a disproportionation reaction.
STATEMENT 2
In cannizzarro reaction one mole of aldehyde is oxidized and other is reduced.
Q. 210.
STATEMENT 1
A mixture of
-----on treatment with dil. NaOH gives
-----STATEMENT 2
The ketone is very conjugated and so less reactive than aldehyde.
Q. 211.
STATEMENT 1
When 5-keto hexanal is treated with dil. NaOH cyclohex-1-en-2 one is formed.
STATEMENT 2
Intramolecular aldol condensation takes place.
Q. 212.
STATEMENT 1
The medium should not be highly acidic during addition of hydroxyl amine to
aldehyde
STATEMENT 2
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In highly acidic medium the hydroxyl amine forms salt and losses its capacity to
act as
nucleophile.

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