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RACE # 01 CHEMISTRY Special Questions


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Q.1 Write correct order of acidic strength of following compounds:
(i) (a)
H O C CH NO
| |
O
2 2
- - - -
(b)
H O C CH F
| |
O
2
- - - -
(c)
H O C CH Ph
| |
O
2
- - - -
(d) H O C CH CH
| |
O
2 3
- - - -
(ii) (a)
COOH
(b)
COOH
(c)
COOH
(iii) (a) FCH
2
CH
2
OH (b) NO
2
CH
2
CH
2
OH
(c) BrCH
2
CH
2
OH (d) H O CH CH NH
2 2 3
- - - -

Q.2 Write increasing order of basic strength of following:


(i) (a) RNH
2
(b) PhNH
2
(c)
O
| |
NH C R
2
- -
(ii) (a)
NH
2
NH
3

(b)
NH
2
Cl
(c)
NH
2
CH
3
(d)
NH
2
H
Q.3 Write correct order of acidic strength of following compounds:
(i) (a)
COOH
Cl
(b)
COOH
Br
(ii) (a)
COH
OMe
O
(b)
COH
OMe
O
(c)
COH
OMe
O
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Q.4 Arrange the given phenols in their decreasing order of acidity:
(I) C
6
H
5
-OH (II) F OH (III) Cl OH (IV) O
2
N OH
Select the correct answer from the given code:
(A) IV > III > I > II (B) IV > II > III > I (C) IV > III > II > I (D) IV > I > III > II
Q.5 Write the canonical structures of each of the following :
(a) R-CO-CH = CH
2
(b) CH
3
O-CH = CH-
3
NMe

(c)
O
O
(d)
N
Q.6 Identify electron donating groups in resonance among the following :
(a) - CONH
2
(b) - NO
2
(c) - OCOCH
3
(d) - COOCH
3
(e) - CHO (f) - NHCOCH
3
Q.7 Identify electron withdrawing groups in resonance among the following :
(a) - COOH (b) - CONHCH
3
(c) - COCl (d) - CN
(e) - O - CH = CH
2
(f)
Q.8 Which of the following pairs has higher resonance energy :
(a) CH
3
COOH and CH
3
COONa (b) CH
2
= CH -
Q
O and CH
2
= CH - OH
(c) and (d) and
(e) and CH
2
= CH - CH = CH - CH = CH
2
Q.9 Which of the following pairs has less resonance energy :
(a)
- 2
3
CO and HCOO
-
(b)

and CH
2
= CH -
-
2
CH
(c) and CH
2
= CH - CH = CH
2
(d) and CH
2
= CH -
2
H C

(e) and
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Q.10 Which of the following pairs has higher resonance energy :
(a) and
(b) CH
2
= CH - O - CH = CH
2
and CH
2
= CH - NH - CH = CH
2
(c) H N CH CH
2
Q
- = and H N CH HN
Q
- =
(d) CH
2
= CH - F and CH
2
= CH - Br
Q.11 In which of the following pairs, indicated bond is of greater strength :
(a)

- = - Br CH CH CH
3
and
Br
|
CH CH CH
3 3

- -
(b) and

- - Cl CH CH
2 3
(c)

= - =
2 2
CH CH CH CH and
2 2 3
CH CH CH CH = - -

(d)

= - =
2 2
CH CH CH CH
and

- =
2 2
NO CH CH
(e) and
Q.12 In which of the following pairs, indicated bond having less bond dissociation energy :
(a) and

=
2 2
CH CH
(b)

- CH C CH
3
and

CH HC
(c) and
(d) and
Q.13 C1 - C2 bond is shortest in
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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Q.14 CH
3
O - CH = CH - NO
2
I
CH
2
= CH - NO
2
II
CH
2
= CH - Cl III
CH
2
= CH
2
IV
Which of the following is the correct order of C - C bond lengths among these compounds :
(A) I > II > III > IV (B) IV > III > II > I (C) I > III > II > IV (D) II > III > I > IV
Q.15 Compare the C-N bond-length in the following species:
(i) (ii) (iii)
Q.16 Rank the following sets of intermediates in increasing order of their stability.
(i) (a)
CH
2

OH
(b)
CH
2

OH
(c)
CH
2

OH
(ii) (a)

- -
2 2 3
CH CH CF (b)

-
2 3
CH CF
(c)

3
CF
(iii) (a)
3
CF

(b)
3
CCl

(iv) (a)
CF
3
(b) CCl
3
(v) (a) (b) (c) (d)
(vi) (a)
CH
2
CH
3

(b)
CH
2
CH
2
Me

(c)
CH
2
CH Me
2

(d)
CH
2
CMe
3

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RACE # 02 CHEMISTRY Special Questions
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Q.1 Match the names of carboxylic acids in column I with pk
a
value in column II.
Column I Column II
(A) Benzoic acid (P) 4. 17
(B) Ethanoic acid (Q) 4. 14
(C) o-methyl benzoic acid (R) 4. 74
(D) p-fluorobenzoic acid (S) 3. 91
Q.2
O N
2
NO
2
I
x y
Br
z
NO
2
Correct order of bond length is :-
(A) z > y > x (B) x > y > z (C) y > x > z (D) x > z > y
Q.3 PhN
2
+
is more stable than RN
2
+
because :-
(A) in Ph
N
2
+
, +ve charge undergoing delocalisation in the ring.
(B) Ph having -I effect whereas R having + I effect
(C) in Ph group carbon is more electron defficient w.r.t carbon in R group
(D) All are incorrect
Q.4 Which order of acid strength is wrong :-
(A)
COOH
SO H
3
>
COOH
CH
3
(B)
NO
2
COOH
>
COOH
(C)
COOH
OCH
3
>
COOH
(D)
Cl
COOH
>
COOH
Q.5 Arrange the following compounds in order of C-N bond length :-
(A)
Me Me
NO
2
(B)
Me
Me
NO
2
(C)
Me
Me
NO
2
(D)
Me
NO
2
Me
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Q.6 Arrange in order of C-H bond energy
H
HCHCHCCH
3
H H
a
HCH
2
d
c b
e
CH
2
H
f
Q.7 Which of the following pairs is stronger acid. Suggest a suitable explanation in each case.
(i)
Me
H
H
COOH
and
H
H
Me
COOH
(ii)
O N
2
H
H
COOH
and
H
H
NO
2
COOH
Q.8 Following compound contains three C=C, arrange these in stability order :
H
C=CC=CH
H
CH
3
CH
3
c
b a
CH
3
CH
3
Q.9 Arrange the following in increasing order of acid strength.
HO S
3
O
H OH
COOH
CH H
2
H CH
2
(e)
(d) (c)
(b)
(a) (f)
(A) c < f < d < a < b < e (B) f < d < c < b < e < a
(C) f < c < d < b < e < a (D) c < d < f < a < b < e
Q.10 Select true statement (s) :
(A) Resonance affects bond length
(B) cis-1-bromo-1,2-difluoro ethene and Z-1-bromo-1,2-difluoro ethene are geometrical isomers
(C) In CH
2
COH
COH
O
O
most acidic H is connected directly to oxygen not to carbon.
(D) Boiling point of
OH
is less than
OH
OH
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11. Which of the following is the correct order of acidic nature.
(I)

O
N
H H
(II)

N
H H
(III)

N
H H
(A) III > I > II (B) I > II > III (C) II > I > III (D) III > II > I
12. Write correct order of acidity of a, b & c marked in structure of vitamin B
6
CH OH
2
HO
(a)
N
CH
3
CH OH
2
(b)
(c)
13. Write correct order of acidic strength as a to d.
N
H
O
N
H
H H
O
H
H
(c)
(b)
(a)
(d)
14. Write the correct order of pK
a
of marked position C-H bond in following compound.
O
H
H
H
H
T
S
H H
R H
Q
H P
15.
HO
OH
SH
O
a
c
b
Find out order of acidic strength of a, b, c.
16. Four compouds are given in column I, match these with their pK
a
1
values given in column II.
Column I (Compound) Column II (pK
a
1
)
(A) CH
3
COOH (P) 4. 87
(B)
COOH
COOH
(Q) 4. 76
(C) ClCH
2
COOH (R) 2. 86
(D) CH
3
CH
2
COOH (S) 1. 2
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17. Which of the following is most stable carbocation.
(A)
OEt
(B)
OEt
(C)
OEt
(D)
OEt
18. For the following compounds, arrange the labelled proton in increasing order of their ease of
deprotonation :
(A)
C CH
3
CH
2
H
1
H
2
(B)
H
3
N
H
2
H C
2
H
1
O
(C)
O
O
O
H
1
C
CH
2
H
3
2
H
ANSWER KEY OF RACE # 01
Q.1 (i) a > b > c > d (ii) c > b > a (iii) d > b > a > c
Q.2 (i) a > b > c (ii) c > d > b > a
Q.3 (i) b > a (ii) c > b > a
Q.4 (c)
Q.6 (c), (f)
Q.7 (a), (b), (c), (d), (f)
Q.8 (a) II (b) I (c) I (d) I (e) I
Q.9 (a) II (b) I (c) I (d) II (e) I
Q.10 (a) I (b) II (c) II (d) I
Q.11 (a) I (b) I (c) I (d) II (e) II
Q.12 (a) I (b) I (c) I (d) I
Q.13 (D)
Q.14 (A)
Q.15 iii > ii > i
Q.16 (i) c > a > b (ii) c > a > b (iii) a > b (iv) b > a (v) c > b > a > d
(vi) a > b > c > d
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1. Pick an ether which can not be prepared by direct Williamson's synthesis :-
(1) CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
OCH
2
CH
2
CH
3
(2) PhOCH
2
CH
3
(3) (CH
3
)
3
COC
2
H
5
(4) CH
3
CH = CHOCH = CH
2
2. Column I Column II
(reaction) (name of reaction)
(A) 2C
6
H
5
CHO
20%NaOH
(P) Benzoin condensation
(B) C
6
H
5
CHO + HCHO
20%NaOH
(Q) Cannizzaro reaction
(C) 2C
6
H
5
CHO
2 5
KCN/ C H OH

(R) Cross cannizzaro reaction


(D) C
6
H
5
CHO + (CH
3
CO)
2
O
3
CH COONa
D
(S) Perkin reaction
3. Column I (reaction) Column II (reagent)
(A) Wolfkishner reduction (P) NaCN/C
2
H
5
OH
(B) Witting reaction (Q) (C
6
H
5
)
3
P = CH
2
(C) Benzoin condensation (R) conc. NaOH
(D) Cannizzaro reaction (S) NH
2
NH
2
/KOH
4. The product expected from the reaction
HIO
4
excess
CH CHCHCH CHO
2 2
OH OH OH
(1) HCCH CHO + HCOOH + HCHO
2
O
(2) HOOC CHOH CHOH COOH + HCOOH
(3) HOOCCH
2
CH
2
COOH + HCOOH + HCHO (4) HOOCCOOH + HCOOH + HCHO
5. Select true statement (s)
(1) Every alcohol which gives red colour during Victor Meyor test will give turbidity only on heating with
Lucas reagent
(2) Propanol and isopropanol can be differentiated by idoform test
(3) Butanol and isobutanol can be differentiated by Lucas test
(4) Both iso-pentyl alcohol and neopentyl alcohol give product with same functional group with
H

/ KMnO
4
6. In the given reaction sequence
( )
( )
3
2
i O
ii Zn/ H O

(P)
OH/D
(Q). Compound Q is :-
(1)
CH OH
2
COO

(2)
CHO
(3)
CHO
(4) OH
CHO
7. Decarboxylation will take place on heating :-
(1) Methyl malonic acid (2) Succinic acid
(3) 2, 2-dimethyl acetoacetic acid (4) In all cases
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RACE # 03 CHEMISTRY Special Questions
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8. CH
2
= CH
2
3
PhCO H
A
3
H O

B
( )
3
PI ,
2 eq
D

C
Structure of C is :-
(1) CH CH
2 2
OH I
(2) CH
2
=CH
2
(3)
CH CH
2 2
O
(4)
CH CH
2 2
I I
9.
CCH
3
O

Zn Hg
Conc. HCl
-
P
NBS
Q
alc. KOH
R
HBr
peroxide
S
( )
3
2
CH CuLi
T; T is :-
(1)
O
CH
3
CH
3
(2)
O
CH
3
CH CH
2 3
(3)
CH
2
(4)
CH
3
10. Column I Column II
(reaction) (name of the reaction)
(A) C
6
H
5
CHO + NaOH C
6
H
5
COONa + C
6
H
5
CH
2
OH (P) Rosenmund's reaction
(B) C
6
H
6
+ CH
3
Cl
3
Anhyd.
AlCl

C
6
H
5
CH
3
(Q) Kolbe's Schmidt reaction
(C) RCOCl + H
2

4
Pd/ BaSO
RCHO (R) Friedel-Crafts reaction
(D) C
6
H
5
OH + NaOH + CO
2
Heat
H
+

COOH
OH
(S) Cannizzaro's reaction
11. ColumnI (products obtained ColumnII (Compounds that give
on oxidation with HIO
4
) product by HIO
4
oxidation)
(A) PhCH = O + CH
3
COCH
3
(P) Cyclopentane1, 2diol
(B) O = CH(CH
2
)
3
CH = O (Q) PhCHC(CH )
3 2
OH OH
(C) O + H C = O
2
(R)
OH
CH OH
2
(D) 2H
2
C = O + HCOOH (S) Glycerol
12. ColumnI ColumnII
(A)
H
OH
H
OH
(P) CCl
4
+ aq. NaOH
(B) CH
3
CH
2
CH = CH
2
CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
CH
3
(Q) O
3
/ H
2
O
(C)
OH

OH
COOH
(R)
KMnO /OH(cold)
4
(D)
C H CH=C
2 5
CH
3
CH
3
C H COH + CH CCH
2 5 3 3
O O
(S) H
2
/Pd
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13. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :-
List-I (Compound) ListII (Used for separated between)
(A) NaHCO
3
solution (P) CH
3
CH
2
NH
2
and (CH
3
CH
2
)
2
NH
(B) NaHSO
3
(Q) Amides and amines
(C) dil. HCl (R) CH
3
CH
2
OH and CH
3
CHO
(D)
H C
3
SCl, KOH
O
O
(S) Carboxylic acids from phenols
14.
3
Na
liq. NH

(A)
3
2
O
Zn(H O)
(B)
3 2
Ph P CH (2 mole) =
(C)
Product (C) in above reaction is :-
(1) 1,4hexadiene (2) 1,4Pentadiene (3) 1,3butadiene (4) 1,4heptadiene
15. There are four alcohols P, Q, R, S which have 3, 2, 1, zero alpha hydrogen atoms, which will not give
any color in Victor Meyer test :-
(1) P (2) Q (3) R (4) S
16.
CHO
CH OH
2
H OH + HCN
A + B
A & B are :-
(1) Meso compounds (2) Diastereoisomers (3) Enatiomers (4) Both (1) & (2)
17. Column I Column II
(organic compounds oxidised by HIO
4
) (products of HIO
4
oxidation)
(A) CH CH CHCHCH CH
3 2 2 3
OH OH

4
HIO
(P) 2H
2
C = O + HCOOH
(B) PhCH CHCHCH
2 3
OH OH
4
HIO
(Q) 2CH
3
CH
2
CH = O
(C)
CH CH
2 2
OH OH
4
HIO
(R) 2H
2
C = O
(D)
CH CH CH
2 2 2
OH OH OH
HIO
4
(S) PhCH
2
CH = O + CH
3
CH = O
18. CH
3
CH
2
CH
3
2
Cl
hn

A
2
Br
hn
B ; A and B are :-
(1) CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
Cl and CH CHCH Cl
3 2
Br
(2) CH CHCH
3 3
Cl
and CH CHCH Cl
3 2
Br
(3)
CH CHCH
3 3
Cl
and CH CHCH Br
3 2
Cl
(4)
CH CHCH
3 3
Cl
and
CH C CH
3 3
Cl
Br
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19. A compound with molecular formula C
6
H
14
O
4
does not give litmus test and does not give colour with 2,4
DNP. It reacts with excess MeCOCl to give a compound whose vapour density is 117. Compound A contains
how many hydroxy groups?
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4
20. The given product can not be formed by which set of reactants in the presence of AlCl
3
catalyst
C
O
CH
3
CH
3
CH
3
(1) + Cl C
O
CH
3
CH
3
CH
3
(2)
CCl
O
CH
3
CH
3
CH
3
+
(3) C
O
+ CH Cl
3
CH
3
CH
3
(4)
C
O
CH + CH Cl
3 3
CH
3
ANSWER KEY OF RACE # 02
Q.1 (A P), (B R), (C S), (D Q)
Q.2 (B)
Q.3 (D)
Q.4 (C)
Q.5 D > C > A > B
Q.6 e > a > c > b > f > d
Q.7 (i) II (ii) I
Q.8 b > a > c
Q.9 (D)
Q.10 (A), (B), (C), (D)
Q.11 (A)
Q.12 a > b > c
Q.13 a > c > b > d
Q.14 S > Q > P > T > R
Q.15 a > b > c
Q.16 (A Q), (B S), (C R), (D P)
Q.17 (C)
Q.18 (A) 2 < 1 < 3 (B) 3 < 1 < 2 (C) 3 < 1 < 2
1. Which is the maior product of the following reaction ?
N
N
H
H

HCl
1 mole
Product
(1)
N
N
H
H
H

Cl

(2)
N
N
H
H
H
Cl

(3)
N
N
H
H
Cl
(4)
N
N
H
H
Cl
2. Among the isomeric amines select the one with the lowest boiling point :-
(1)
N
H
CH
3
(2) NHCH
3
(3)
N
CH
3
(4)
NH
2
3. A solution of optically active 1-phenylethanol racemizes in acidified aqueous medium. It is due
to :-
(1) Enolization (2) Carbonium ion formation
(3) Carbanion formation (4) Reversible oxidation-reduction
4.
Br

3
AgNO
(A)
Which statement is incorrect in respect of the above reaction ?
(1) Product is aromatic (2) Product has high dipole moment
(3) Product has less resonance energy (4) Product is soluble in polar solvent
5. Among the given reactions only one reaction favours backward reaction. It is :-
(1)
N
+ CH
3
CO
2
H


N
H

+ CH
3
-CO
2
-
(2)
N
H
+ CH
3
CO
2
H


N
H

H
+ CH
3
-CO
2
-
(3)
N
H

+
N
H


N
+
N
H

H
(4) PhNH
3

+
N
H

Ph-NH
2
+
N
H

H
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6. Which has maximum dipole moment :-
(1) (2) (3)
C
O
=
(4)
C
O
=
7. Which of the following would not rearrange to a more stable form ?
(1) + (2)
+
H (3)
+
(4)
+
8. Which does not involve a Carbocation ?
(1) (CH
3
)
3
CCl + AgNO
3
(2) (CH
3
)
3
COH + HCl
(3) (CH
3
)
3
CH + Cl
2
+ uv light (4) CH
3
CH = CHCH
2
OH + H
3
O
+

9.
CH
3
CH
3
(I)

CH
2
CH
3
(II)

CH
3
CH
3
(III)
Which of the following orders is correct for heat of hydrogenation of these compounds ?
(1) I > II > III (2) III > II > I (3) II > III > I (4) III > I > II
10. CH
2
CH
2
(I)
CH OCH
3
CH
2
(II)
CH OCH
3
CHCOEt
(III)
O
Which of the following orders of rotation barrier about the C=C bond, as indicated, is correct ?
(1) I > II > III (2) III > II > I (3) III > I > II (4) II > I > III
11. Match the column-I and column-II
Column-I Column-II
(a) COH + NaHCO
3
14
O
(p) NH
3
(b) COH + NaHCO
3
O
14
(q)
14
CO
2
(c) COH + Na
O
(r) CO
2
(d) SOH + NaNH
2
O
O
(s) H
2
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12. PhCOH
O

3
NaHCO

(A) gas
Ph-CCH
Na
(B) gas
Ph-OH
2
NaNH
(C) gas
R-O-H
NaH

(D) gas
Sum of molecular mass of gas A + B + C + D is :-
(1) 64 (2) 74 (3) 37 (4) 56
13. A hydrocarbon A (V.D. = 36) forms only one monochloro substitution product. A will be :-
(1) iso-pentane (2) neo-pentane (3) pentane (4) hexane
14.
CH
3
H
CH
2
+ H
2
Pd
Product of the above reaction will be :-
(1) Racemic mixture (2) Diastereomers (3) Meso (4) Constitutional isomers
15.
CH
2
CH
3
CH CH
2 3
H Br + Br
2
300 C
C
Which of the following compound will not be obtained as a product in the above reaction ?
(1)
CH
3
H Br
CH CH
2 3
Br H
(2)
CH
3
H Br
CH CH
2 3
H Br
(3)
CH
3
H Br
CH
2
H Br
CH
3
(4)
CH
3
Br H
CH CH
2 3
H Br
16. Which of the following has highest chlorine content ?
(1) Pyrene (2) DDT (3) Chloral (4) Gammaxene
17.
CH OH
2
CHOH + CH MgBr
3
xCH
4
CH SH
2
(Excess)
.
What is the value of x in the above reaction ?
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4
18. Which of the following alkanes will give single product on methylene insertion ?
(A) CH
3
-CH
3
(B) CH
3
-CH
2
-CH
3
(C) (CH
3
)
4
C (D) CH
3
CH
2
C(CH
3
)
2
CH
3
(E) (CH
3
)
2
CHCH(CH
3
)
2
(1) A, B, D (2) A, C, D (3) A, C (4) B, D, E
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19. Among the following free radical bromination reactions, select those in which 2 halide is the maior
product :-
(P)
2
Br / hv
(Q)
2
Br / hv
(R)
CH CH
2 3
2
Br / hv

(S)
2
Br / hv

(T)
2
Br / hv

(U)
2
Br / hv

(1) P, Q, R, S (2) P, R, U (3) P, R, S, T (4) P, Q, R, S, T


20. Select the chanin propogation steps in the free-radical chlorination of methane :-
(a) Cl
2
2Cl

(b) Cl

+ CH
4
CH
3
Cl + H

(c) Cl

+ CH
4

3
CH + HCl (d) H

+ Cl
2
HCl + Cl

(e)

3
CH + Cl
2
CH
3
Cl + Cl

(1) b, c, e (2) a, c, d (3) c, e (4) b, c, d


21. Match the column :
Column-I Column-II
Reaction Product
(a)
CH
3

3
3 2
(1) BD : THF
(2) CH CO T

(p)
CH
3
D
T
(b)
CH
3

3
3 2
(1) BT : THF
(2) CH CO D
(q)
CH
3
D
(c)
CH
3

3
3 2
(1) BD :THF
(2)CH CO H

(r)
CH
3
D
(d)
CH
3

3
3 2
(1) BH .THF
(2) CH CO D
(s)
CH
3
T
D
22.
CH
3

HCl
; maior product of the reaction is :-
(1)
CH
3
(2)
Cl
(3)
Cl
(4)
Cl
23. Compare rate of dehydration of a, b, c by conc. H
2
SO
4
.
(a)
OH
(b)
OH
(c)
OH
(1) a > c > b (2) a > b > c (3) b > a > c (4) b > c > a
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24. +
C
C
H CO H
2
CO H
2
H
D

2
H
Pd
, End-product of this reaction is :-
(1)
CO H
2
CO H
2
(2)
CH OH
2
CH OH
2
(3)
CH OH
2
CH OH
2
(4)
CH OH
2
CH OH
2
25. Bromination of (E)- butenedioic acid gives :-
(1) (2R, 3S)-2, 3-dibromosuccinic acid
(2) (2R, 3R)-2, 3-dibromosuccinic acid
(3) a mixture of (2R, 3R) and (2S, 3S)-2, 3-dibromosuccinic acid
(4) (2S, 3S)-2, 3-dibromosuccinic acid
26. Which of the followig is a maior product of the reaction shown below ?
CH
3

2
2
Br
H O

(1)
CH
3
H
Br
OH
(2)
CH
3
H
OH
Br
(3)
CH
3
OH
Br
H
(4)
CH
3
Br
OH
H
27. Decreasing order of rate of reaction of molecules towards electrophilic addition reaction is :-
CH=CH
2
NO
2
CH=CH
2
OH
CH=CH
2
CH
3
CH=CH
2
NH
2
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) a > b > c > d (2) b > c > a > d (3) d > b > c > a (4) b > d > c > a
28.
O
O
O

3
H O

(A)
NaOH
(B)
Kolbe electrolysis
(C)
Product (C) of above reaction is :-
(1) H
2
C=CH
2
(2) CH
3
-CC-CH
3
(3) HCCH (4) CH
3
-CH=CH-CH
3
29. Among the given halides, which one will give same product in both
1
N
S and
2
N
S reaction :-
(Do not consider stereo)
(I) CH CHCH CHCH
3 2 3
CH
3
Br
(II)
CH
3
Cl
(III)
Cl
(IV) CH CHBr
3
Et
(1) (III) only (2) (I) and (II) (3) (III) and (IV) (4) (I), (III) and (IV)
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30. Consider the following alcohols :
CH OH
2
CH OH
2
O N
2
CH OH
2
CH O
3
CH OH
2
Br
(I) (II) (III) (IV)
The order of decreasing reactivities of these alcohols towards substitution with HBr is :-
(1) III > I > IV > II (2) III > I > II > IV (3) I > III > IV > II (4) I > III > II > IV
31. Which of the following reaction will not give ether as a maior product ?
(1) CH
3
CH
2
Cl + Ag
2
O(dry) (2) (CH
3
)
3
CCl + CH
3
CH
2
O
-
Na
+

(3)
CH CH Cl + Na O
3 2
+
(4) CH Cl + Na O CCH
3 3
+
CH
3
CH
3
32. Match the column-I and column-II
Column-I Column-II
Reaction Type of Reaction
(a)
Cl

aq.KOH
(p)
1
N
S
(b)
Cl

alc. KOH

(q)
2
N
S
(c)
Cl

2
H O

(r) E
1
(d)
OH

H
+
D
(s) E
2
33. Which of the following is most reactive towards
2
N
S reaction ?
(1)
CH
3
Cl
(2)
Cl
(3)
Cl
Cl
(4)
Cl
NO
2
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34. Consider the following anions
CF SO
3

O
O
C H SO
6 5

O
O
O

CH CO
3

O
(I) (II) (III) (VI)
When attached to sp
3
-hybridized carbon, their leaveing group ability in nucleophilic substitution
reaction decreases in the order :-
(1) I > II > III > IV (2) I > II > IV > III (3) IV > I > II > III (4) IV > III > II > I
35. Match the column :
Column-I Column-II
E
2
reactions Number of products
(elimination bimolecular) (including stereoisomerism)
(a) CH
3
-CH
2
-CH
2
-CH
2
-Br
alc. KOH
(p) 1
(b) CH CHCH CH
3 2 3
Br

alc. KOH
(q) 2
(c) CH CCH CH
3 2 3
CH
3
Br

alc. KOH
(r) 3
(d) PhCH CHCH CH
2 2 3
Br
alc. KOH
(s) 4
36. ROH+HOC NO
2
O

H
+
ROC NO
2
O
Fastest rate of reaction will be when R is :-
(1) CH
3
- (2) CH
3
-CH
2
- (3) CH CH
3
CH
3
(4) CH C
3
CH
3
CH
3
37. Match the column-I and column-II
Column-I Column-II
Reaction Products
(a)
CH
3
OH
*

3
2 4
CH OH
H SO Conc.
(p)
CH
3
OCH
3
14
(b)
CH
3
OH
*

3
(1) NaH
(2) CH I
(q)
CH
3
CH
3
(c)
CH
3
OH
*

3
(1) HBr
(2) Mg
(3) CH I
(r)
CH
3
OCH
3
*
(d)
CH
3
OH
14
3
(1) Na
(2) CH I
(s)
CH
3
OCH
3
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38. The correct order of rate of reaction towards nucleophilic addition reaction
CHO
NO
2

CHO

CHO
OMe

CH CEt
3
O

CPh
O
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
(1) a > b > c > d > e (2) a > b > d > c > e (3) a > d > e > b > c (4) a > b > e > d > c
39. PhCH=CHCCH
3
O
Ph-CH=CH-CO
2
H
Above conversion can be achieved by :
(1) KMnO
4
, D followed by H
+
(2) I
2
/NaOH followed by H
+
(3) H
2
/Pt (4) LiAIH
4
40. HCD
O

HO
(50%)
-
, Product of this Cannizaro reaction is :-
(1) D-CO
2
-
+ CH
2
DOD (2) H-CO
2
-
+ D-CO
2
-
(3) D-CO
2
-
+ CH
2
DOH (4) D-CO
2
-
+ CHD
2
OH
ANSWER KEY OF RACE # 03
Q.1 4 Q.2 (A Q), (B R), (C P), (D S)
Q.3 (A S), (B Q), (C P), (D R) Q.4 1
Q.5 2, 3 Q.6 2
Q.7 1, 3 Q.8 2
Q.9 4 Q.10 (A S), (B R), (C P), (D Q)
Q.11 (A Q), (B P), (C R), (D S) Q.12 (A R), (B S), (C P), (D Q)
Q.13 (A S), (B R), (C Q), (D P) Q.14 2
Q.15 4 Q.16 2
Q.17 (A Q), (B S), (C R), (D P) Q.18 4
Q. 19 2 Q.20 3, 4
1. Which of the following pairs can be distinguished by Fehling's solution ?
(1) Glucose and fructose (2) Glucose and sucrose
(3) Methanal and ethanal (4) Propanone and benzaldehyde
2. Which of the following will give blue colour during the test for 'N' in sodium extract :-
(1) C
6
H
5
N
2

Cl
(2) NH
2
CONH
2
(3) NH
2
-NH
2
(4)
SO H
3
NH
2
3. Which of the following is a natural polymer :-
(1) Nylon (2) Teflon (3) PVC (4) Cellulose
4. Glucose and fructose form identical osazones because :-
(1) They are monosaccharides (2) They are reducing sugars
(3) They are epimers (4) Their configurations differ only at C-1 & C-2
5. a-Amino acids can be identified by :-
(1) Baeyer reagent (2) Ninhydrin (3) Tollens reagent (4) NaSO
3
H
6. Match List-I with List-II
List~I List~II
(a) a-D and b-D glucose (i) Enantiomers
(b) D-glucose and (ii) Anomers
D-galactose
(c) Erythrose and threose (iii) Epimers
(d) D-glyceraldehyde and (iv) Diastereomers
L-glyceraldehyde
7. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched:-
(1) Sucrose : reducing sugar
(2) Glucose : mutarotation
(3) Fructose : aldose sugar
(4) Sucrose : monosaccharide
8. The given structure of a-amino acid will exist at which pH ?
H NCH
3
COOH
R

(1) 7 (2) 14 (3) 2.1 (4) 12


9. Which of the following compounds does not reduce Tollen's reagent ?
(1) Glucose (2) Sucrose (3) Methanal (4) Formic acid
10. Among I : Tollen's reagent, II : Fehling solution, III : Br
2
water, IV : Sanger's reagent, which can be
used to distinguish between an aldose and ketose ?
(1) I only (2) III only (3) II, III and IV (4) I, II, III
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AIPMT MAINS
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11. An organic compound 'A' with molecular formula C
6
H
12
O
6
forms a yellow crystalline solid with C
6
H
5
-
NH-NH
2
and on reduction with sodium gives a mixture of sorbitol and mannitol. The compound 'A'
is :-
(1) Glucose (2) Fructose (3) Mannose (4) Sucrose
12. Glucose is said to have -CHO group but is does not react with :-
(1) Br
2
water (2) Fehling solution (3) CH
3
OH (4) NaHSO
3
13. The two forms D-glucopyranose obtained from the solution of D-glucose are called :-
(1) Isomers (2) Anomers (3) Epimers (4) Enantiomers
14. When acetylene is passed through conc. solution of Cu
2
Cl
2
and ammonium chloride containing some
dil. HCl and the substance formed reacts with dil. HCl at 160C, it forms another substance which
then polymerises. The polymer formed is :-
(1) Benzene (2) Polyisoprene (3) Neoprene (4) PMMA
15. In an amino acid, the carboxyl group ionises at pK
a
, = 2.34 and ammonium ion at pK
a
= 9.60. The
isoelectric point of the amino acid is at pH
(1) 5.97 (2) 2.34 (3) 9.60 (4) 6.97
16. Arrange CH
2
=CH-CH
3
, (I) CH
2
=CH-C
6
H
5
(II) and CH
2
=CH-Cl (III) in increasing order of ease of
cationic polymerization.
(1) III < II < I (2) I < II < III (3) III < I < II (4) II < I < III
17. Which functional group participates in disulphide bond formation in proteins ?
(1) Thioester (2) Thioether (3) Thiol (4) Thiolactone
18. When rubber is stretched and then released, it comes to its original state due to :-
(1) Cross links (2) Hydrogen bonding (3) Dipole-dipole foces (4) Covalent bonding
19. To make PVC a flexible plastic, the additive like di-n-butyl phthalate is added. It is called a/an
(1) Filler (2) Antioxidant (3) Stablizer (4) Plasticizer
20. A heterogeneous catalyst used in the manufacture of polythene by Zeigler method is
(1) TiCl
4
+ (C
6
H
5
)
3
Al (2) TiCl
4
+ (C
2
H
5
)
3
Al
(3) TiO
2
(4) Titanium isopropoxide
21. Structures of alanine at pH = 2 and pH = 10 are respectively
(1) NH CHCOOH
3
+
CH
3
and H NCHCOO
2

CH
3
(2)
H NCHCOO
2

CH
3
and
NH CHCOOH
3
+
CH
3
(3) NH CHCOOH
2
CH
3
both (4) NH CHCOOH
3
+
CH
3
both
22. Which of the following contain biodegradable polymers only ?
(1) PHBV, PMMA, PTFE (2) Starch, Dextron, Cellulose
(3) PVC, PAN, Nylon-6 (4) Bakelite, Decron, Neoprene
23. In which polymer strength of intermolecular forces are maximum ?
(1) Rubber (2) PVC (3) Nylon (4) Polystyrene
24. Which of the following sets contains only addition homopolymers ?
(1) Buna-S, PAN, Dacron (2) PMMA, PTFE, Neoprene
(3) Nylon-6, Polystyrene, Glyptal (4) Melmac, Bakelite, Polythene
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25. Among cellulose, poly (vinyl chloride), nylon and natural rubber, the polymer in which the
intermolecular force of attraction is weakest is :-
(1) Nylon (2) Poly (vinyl chloride) (3) Cellulose (4) Natural rubber
26. Vulcanization of rubber makes it
(1) Hard (2) More elastic
(3) Resistant to oxidation (4) All
27. Free amino acids obtained by the hydrolysis of aspartame i.e.
NHC
O
COOCH
3
COOH
NH
2
(1) NH
2
COOH
(2) H NC
2
O
COOH
NH
2
(3) HOC
O
COOH
NH
2
(4) (1) and (3) both
28. Mixture of urea and Naphthalene can be separated by :-
(1) Filtration (2) Sublimation (3) Distillation (4) Recrystallisation
29. Mixture of camphor and Naphthalene can be separated by :-
(1) Filtration (2) Sublimation (3) Distillation (4) Chromatography
30. Glycerol can be separated from spent-lye in soap industry by :-
(1) Fractional distillation (2) Distillation under reduced pressure
(3) Steam distillation (4) Differential Extraction
31. Carbon and hydrogen can be detected by heating the compound with :-
(1) Blue vitriol (2) Cuprous oxide (3) Cupric oxide (4) Lime water
32. Lassaigne's test is used for the detection of :-
(1) Nitrogen (2) Sulphur (3) Halogen (4) All
33. During lassainge's test :-
(1) The element present in compound is converted from covalent form to ionic from
(2) The element present in compound is converted from Ionic form to covalent form
(3) Halogen can not tested
(4) Presence of nitrogen gives red colour
34. Sodium fusion extract does not contains :-
(1) Na
2
S (2) NaCN (3) NaCl (4) Na
4
[Fe(CN)
6
]
35. Which of the following is Prussian blue coloured compound :-
(1) K
4
[Fe(CN)
6
] (2) Fe
4
[Fe(CN)
6
]
3
(3) Fe
3
[Fe(CN)
6
]
4
(4) Fe
2
[Fe(CN)
6
]
4
36. During test of Nitrogen, in place of blue colour, if red colour is formed then it shows presence of :-
(1) N-only (2) N & S both (3) N, S & Cl (4) Only S
37. When Na
2
S is reacted with sodiumnitroprusside then which colour is appeared :-
(1) Blue (2) Violet (3) Red (4) Green
38. Sodium fusion is carried out in excess of sodium :-
(1) To form large quantity of Na
2
S, NaCN, NaX
(2) To decompose thiocyanate in to cyanide & sulphide
(3) To decompose thiocyanide in to cyanide & sulphide
(4) To make the solution reactive
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39. In lassaigne test before the test of halogen sodium extract is boiled with conc. HNO
3
:-
(1) To convert Na
2
S in to H
2
S (2) To convert NaCN in to HCN
(3) To convert NaX in to HX (4) Both A & B
40.
Sodium fusion Extract + AgNO Yellow ppt
3
Insoluble
NH OH
4
; This test shows presence of :-
(1) F (2) Cl (3) Br (4) I
41. Sodium extract is boiled with which acid before the test of halogen :-
(1) Conc. HNO
3
(2) Conc. HCl (3) Conc. H
2
SO
4
(4) Conc. HClO
4
42. Which colour is appeared during the test of phosphorous by lassaigne's test ?
(1) Yellow (2) Green (3) Blood Red (4) Prussian blue
43. Estimation of Nitrogen can be done by :-
(1) Duma's method (2) Kieldhal's method (3) Carius method (4) Both 1 & 2
44. In Kieldhal's method for the estimation of nitrogen the formula used is :-
(1) %N =
1.4VW
N
(2) %N =
1.4NW
V
(3) %N =
VNW
1.4
(4)
1.4VN
W
45. 0.295 gm of an organic substance in a quantitative analysis yielded 0.35 gm of BaSO
4
. Find the
percentage of sulpher in the substance :-
(1) 18.52% (2) 182.2% (3) 16.29% (4) 175.2%
46. In carius method of Estimation of halogen 0.30 gm of organic compound gave 0.24 gm of AgBr.
Find the percentage of bromine in AgBr :- [At mass of Br = 80; Ag = 108]
(1) 17.02% (2) 34.04% (3) 51.06% (4) 30.09%
47. The ammonia evolved from 0.5 gm of compound in Kieldhal's estimation of Nitrogen, neutralises
10 ml of 1M H
2
SO
2
then find the percentage of Nitrogen in the compound :-
(1) 26% (2) 56% (3) 11.2% (4) 13%
48. In Duma's method if 0.35 gm of an organic compound gave 50 ml of Nitrogen collected at
300 K and 715 mm pressure then calculate percentage of Nitrogen in the compound (aqueous tension
at 300 K = 15 mm) :-
(1) 14.96% (2) 17.46 (3) 10.96 (4) 25%
49. In 0.50 gm of organic compound treated to Kieldhals method evolved NH
3
that was absorbed in
50 ml of 0.5 M H
2
SO
4
. The residual acid required 60 ml of 0.5 M NaOH solution for neutralisation.
Then find the percentage of nitrogen is compound :-
(1) 56% (2) 10% (3) 26% (4) 28%
50. In carius method 0.099 organic compound gave 0.287 gm AgCl Find out the percentage of chlorine
in the compound will be :-
(1) 28.6 (2) 71.07 (3) 35.4 (4) 64.2
ANSWER KEY OF RACE # 04
Q.1 2 Q.2 3 Q.3 2 Q.4 3 Q.5 2 Q.6 3 Q.7 3 Q.8 3 Q.9 3 Q.10 1
Q.11 a-r; b-q; c-s; d-p Q.12 1 Q.13 2 Q.14 2 Q.15 4 Q.16 1 Q.17 3 Q.18 3
Q.19 2 Q.20 3 Q.21 a-p; b-s; c-q; d-r Q.22 3 Q.23 2 Q.24 2 Q.25 1 Q.26 4
Q.27 3 Q.28 3 Q.29 4 Q.30 1 Q.31 2 Q.32 a-q; b-s; c-p; d-r Q.33 4 Q.34 2
Q.35 a-p; b-r; c-q; d-s Q.36 1 Q.37 a-s; b-r; c-q; d-p Q.38 1 Q.39 2 Q.40 3
Q.1 Write IUPAC name of the following
compounds :-
1. BrCH CH CHCHCH
2 2 3
Cl
CH
3
2. CH CCH CHCHCH CH
3 2 2 3
Cl
Br
CH
3
F
3.
4.
5.
6. CH =CHCH
2
C CCH
3
C=CH
2
CH
3
7.
Cl
Br
I
8.
CH
3
H C
3
9.
O
OH
10.
COOH
COOH
COOH
11. CH CCH CCH
3 2 3
O
CH
3
CN
12. CH CHCH COOH
2 2
CHO CH
3
13.
Me
Me
Me
Me
Me
14. H C N C CH CH
3 2 3
CH
3
C H
2 5
CH
3
15. Succinic acid
16. H N
2
SO H
3
17.
COCH
3
18. CH CCHO
3
O
19. CH
2
20. H C
2
COC H
2 5
COC H
2 5
O
O
Q.2 Which of the following shows functional
isomerism ?
(1) CH
3
CH
2
Cl and CH
3
CH
2
Br
(2) CH
3
CHBr
2
and CH
2
BrCH
2
Br
(3) C
2
H
5
OC
2
H
5
and CH
3
OC
3
H
7
(4) CH
3
CH
2
CHO and CH
3
COCH
3
Q.3 Isopropyl alcohol, n-propyl alcohol are the
examples of :-
(1) Tautomerism
(2) Chain isomerism
(3) Position isomerism
(4) Functional isomerism
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Q.4 Which of the following compounds show
functional isomerism :-
(1) C
2
H
6
O (2) C
3
H
8
O
(3) C
4
H
10
O (4) All
Q.5 Match the following :-
Column~I Column~II
(A)
Cl
& Cl (P) Homologues
(B)
OCH CH
2 3
&
OCH
3
CH
3
(Q) Functional
isomers
(C)
OCH
3
&
OH
CH
3
(R) Metamer
(D) CH CH
2 3
CH CH
3 2
(S) Chain isomers
&
CH CH
2 2
CH
3
CH
3
Q.6 Draw structure of the following compounds
and identify which of them will show
geometrical isomerism :-
(1) But-2-enoic acid
(2) Penta-1, 4-diene
(3) 2-Phenyl propene
(4) 1-bromo-1-chloro-2-fluoro-2-iodoethene
Q.7 Write IUPAC names and mention the
configuration in the following :-
(1)
C=C
CH
3
C H
6 5
H C
3
Cl
(2)
C=C
H
CHCH
3
H
C H
6 5
Cl
(3)
C=C
C H
2 5
CH
3
H C
3
Cl
(4) C=C
H
CHCH
3
NO
2
H
Br
Q.8 Draw structures that correspond with each of
the following names :-
(1) (E)-1, 3-pentadiene
(2) (2E, 4E)- 3-ethyl- 2, 4-hexadiene
(3) (2Z, 4E)- 3-ethyl-2, 4-hexadiene
(4) (E)- 1-deuterio- 2-chloropropene
Q.9 Geometrical isomerism is shown by :-
(1) C=C
I
Br
H
H
(2) C=C
I
Br
H
CH
3
(3) C=C
I
Br
H C
3
H C
3
(4) C=C
Cl
Cl
H
CH
3
Q.10 How many geometrical isomers are possible for
the given compound :-
CH=NOH CH
3
(1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 6 (4) 8
Q.11 Which of the following statements are true for
geometrical isomers ?
(1) E, Z-nomenclature is used for all cases but
cis-trans does not
(2) Dipolemoment of trans is always less than
the dipolemoment of cis derivative
(3) cis form is more stable than the trans form
(4) cis-trans isomers are not mirror images
hence they are diastereomers
Select the correct answer from the codes given
below :-
(1) Only 4 (2) 1 and 2
(3) 1 and 4 (4) 1, 2, 3 and 4
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Q.12 Assign R and S configurations to the Fischer
proiection formula of following compouds :-
(a)
COOH
H H C
3
Br
(b)
H
CHO HO
CH
3
(c)
CHO
H H CH C
3 2
NH
2
(d)
CH=CH
2
CH CH
2 3
H
CO H
2
(e)
Br
C H
6 5
H
CH CH
2 3
Q.13 Which of the following have same value of
optical rotation ?
(a)
Me
Cl H
Et
(b)
Cl
H Et
Me
(c)
Cl
H Me
Et
(d)
Cl
H H
CH CH CH
2 2 3
(1) a, d (2) a, b (3) c, d (4) a, c
Q.14 The non identical species are :-
(1)
CH
3
OH H
CH
3
and
OH
H CH
3
CH
3
(2)
CH
3
OH H
C H
2 5
and
CH
3
C H
2 5
H
OH
(3) C=C
Cl
Br
CH
3
CH
3
and C=C
Br
Cl
H C
3
H C
3
(4)
CH
3
Br Cl
and
Cl
Br
H C
3
Q.15. Which of the following combinations amongest
the four Fischer proiections represents the same
absolute configuration ?
(I)
CH
3
OH H
CH=CH
2
(II)
OH
CH
3
H
CH=CH
2
(III)
CH=CH
2
OH CH
3
H
(IV)
H
CH=CH
2
HO
CH
3
(1) I and II (2) I and III
(3) I and IV (4) II and III
Q.16 The correct statement about the following set
of compounds :-
(I)
COOH
NH
2
CH
3
H
(II)
COOH
H CH
3
NH
2
(III)
CH
3
COOH NH
2
H
(1) The equimolar mixture of I & II has net
optical rotation zero
(2) I & III have same optical rotation
(3) II & III have same physical properties but
equal & opposite optical rotation
(4) II & III are idential compounds
Q.17 The number of optically active structural
isomers of C
3
H
5
Br
3
is :-
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4
Q.18 Which of the following st atements is not
correct ?
(1) Molecules that are superimposable on their
mirror images are chiral
(2) Molecule that are not superimposable on
their mirror images are chiral
(3) A compound whose molecules are chiral
can exist as enantiomers
(4) A compound whose molecules are achiral
cannot exist as enantiomers
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Q.19 Match the following :-
Column~I Column~II
(A)
CH
3
OH H
C H
2 5

C H
2 5
OH H
CH
3
(P) Identical
(B)
CH
3
Cl H
C H
2 5

C H
2 5
H CH
3
Cl
(Q) Enatiomers
(C)
COOCH
3
NH
2
H
CH
3

CH
3
H NH
2
OCOCH
3
(R) Positional
isomers
(D)
CHO
OH H
C H
2 5

CH
3
H HO
CH CHO
2
(S) Structural
isomers
Q.20 The pair of structures represent -
CH
3
CH
3
Cl H
H H

CH
3
CH Cl
2
H H
H H
(1) Enantiomers
(2) Diastereomers
(3) Structrual isomers
(4) Two molecules of the same compound
Q.21
CH
3
CH
3
H H
H H
3
1
2
If C
2
is rotated anticlockwise 120 about
C
2
-C
3
bond. The resulting conformer is :-
(1) Partially eclipsed (2) Eclipsed
(3) Gauche (4) Staggered
Q.22 The most stable conformation of isobutane is:-
CH CHCH
3 3
CH
3
(1)
CH
3
CH
3
H H
H H
(2)
CH
H
CH
3
H H
H
(3)
H
H
CH
3
CH
3
H H
(4)
CH
3
H
H
CH
3
H
H
Q.23 Number of conformational isomers of ethane
are :-
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) Infinity
Q.24 Which one of the following is the most stable
conformer ?
(1)
CH
3
CH
3
H HO
H OH
(2)
CH
3
OH
CH
3
H
H OH
(3)
CH
3
CH
3
OH H
H OH
(4)
OH
OH
CH
3
H
H CH
3
ANSWER KEY OF RACE # 05
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
A. 2 2 4 4 2 2 3 2 2 2 4 2 3 1 3 3 1 4 2
Q 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
A. 1 2 3 2 4 4 4 1 2 2 3 4 1 4 2 2 2 2 4 4
Q. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
A. 1 1 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 2
Q. 6 (a) (ii), (b) (iii), (c) (iv), (d) (i)