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DPP # 24
1. Column I Column II
(Reaction) (Configuration)

H
Me CH SNa
(A) C—Cl 3   (P) R
DMSO
Et

Me Me
(B) CH
3OH
 (Q) S
Cl

Br

(C) CH–CH2CH3 KHSO


 4  (R) Z

OH

(D) NaOEt
 (S) E
EtOH , 

2. Which of the following option is/are not correct regarding CH3S– and CH3O– :
(A) CH3O– is stronger base than CH3–S–.
(B) CH3O– is stronger nucleophile than CH3S– (in H2O).
(C) CH3O– is weaker base than CH3S–.
(D) CH3O– & CH3S– both give major elimination product when react with CH3–CH–Cl

CH3
3. In which of the following reaction gemdichloride will formed :-
O
(A) PCl3 (B)

OH
O
PCl3
(C) PCl3 (D)
R OH

4. Chlorination of toluene in sunlight followed by hydrolysis with aqueous. NaOH can yield :
(A) o-Cresol (B) Benzoic acid
(C) Benzaldehyde (D) Benzyl alcohol

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5. Among the following select incorrect statement(s) :-
(A) 2-Chlorobutane give more saytzeff product on reaction with Alc. KOH,
(B) 2-Flurobutane give more Hoffman product on reaction with Alc. KOH,
(C) 2-Chlorobutane give more Hoffman product on reaction with t-BuOK,
(D) Alc. KOH preferebly give substitution reaction with 2-bromobutane.

6. Correct statement regarding reaction is (are) :

alc.KOH

Cl

(A) Product can show geometrical isomerism


(B) It is an example of E2 mechanism
(C) (±) 4-methyl cyclohexene is obtained as a product
(D) Recemic mixture of alcohols are obtained as product

7. Which of the following option is correct : CH3


(A) To prepare t-butyl ethyl ether the appropriate reagents will be C2H5ONa & CH3–C–Cl
CH3

(B) Trans-(+)-1-chloro-2-methyl cyclohexane shows slower rate of dehydrohalogenation by Alc.KOH


than its cis isomer
(C) HI shows anti-Markovnikov addition on propene in presence of H2O2.
(D) To prepare t-butyl bromide from isobutyl bromide the reagents used will be alcoholic KOH followed
by (HBr+ H2O2)

8. Major product (C) in following sequence is :

CH2 CH3
(A) (B)
CH2 CH3

CH CH2
(C) (D)
CH CH–CH3

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9. From left to right :

CH 3 CH 3 CH 3
| | |
CH 3  C  Cl CH 3  C  Br CH 3  C  I
| | |
H H H

(A) Rate of SN1 increases in polar protic solvent (B) Rate of SN2 increases in DMSO
(C) Rate of E2 increases (D) Rate of E1 increases

10. A organic compound A has molecular formula C6H13Cl and it can be resolved into enantiomers. A on
treatment with alcoholic solution of KOH yield four alkenes B, C, D and E, none of them can be
resolved into enantiomers. B and C are stereoisomers and treatment of either B or C with Cl2 yields
racemic mixture of C6H12Cl2. On the other hand D and E are stereoisomers and D on treatment with Cl2
yields meso compound C6H12Cl2 while E on similar treatment yield a racemic mixture of C6H12Cl2. Also
B has greater heat of hydrogenation than C. Deduce structures of A to E.

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