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CHM 202 Quiz – Covalent Bond and Organic Reactions



Created on By Oluwaferanmi Akinyele

CHM 202 Quiz - Covalent Bond and Organic Reactions

This CHM 202 Quiz is based on the first slide - Covalent Bond and Organic Reactions.

It covers topics including covalent bonds, intermolecular forces, factors affecting organic reactions (Inductive effect, Mesomeric effect, Resonance effect, Steric effect), and types of organic reactions....etc

This quiz contains 25 multiple choice questions for 20 mins, gotten from last year's exam questions, Wade textbook, and other sources.

Best of luck.

1 / 25

The following is/are correct for SN1 reaction mechanism except; (i) The geometry of the transition state (ii) It is favoured with primary alkyl halide (iii) The substrate and product are of opposite configuration (iv) The product are of the same geometry

2 / 25

In a nucleophilic substitution reaction, the nucleophile is a:

3 / 25

Which notation is used to designate the spatial arrangement of atoms in an optically active compound?

4 / 25

Which alkyl halides(s) would undergo dehydrogenation to give the following pure alkene, methylenecyclohexane?

5 / 25

The boiling point of a substance increases with the strength of the intermolecular forces between its molecules. Which of the following substances would be expected to have the highest boiling point?

6 / 25

Which intermolecular force is the weakest and often disappears and reappears due to the movement of atoms?

7 / 25

Give the total number of resonance canonical structures for methoxybenzene and the number of the canonical structures that are ionic;

8 / 25

What type of solvent can solvate both cations and anions?

9 / 25

How many chiral carbons do glucose and fructose each have?

10 / 25

Which of the following statements about resonance is true?

11 / 25

Consider the compound below having its C-atoms numbered 1 - 9. Indicate the chiral C-atom(s) in the molecule;

12 / 25

Alkanes can be prepared by the following methods except; (i) Dehydrohalogenation (ii) Hydration of alkenes (iii) Hydrogenation of unsaturated hydrocarbons (iv) Electrophilic addition reaction.

13 / 25

How many optical isomers does a compound with two chiral carbon atoms possess?

14 / 25

Why does NaCl dissolve readily in water but not in benzene?

15 / 25

In the Lewis structure of methanol (CH3OH), how many lone pairs of electrons are present on the oxygen atom?

16 / 25

What is the IUPAC name of the following compound: CH3CH2CH(CH3)CH2CH3?

17 / 25

Which of the following is a polar aprotic solvent?

18 / 25

Which of the following molecules exhibits hydrogen bonding?

19 / 25

Arrange the following in decreasing order of acidity; Ethnic acid; dichloroethanoic acid; monochloroethanoic acid; and trichloroethanoic acid. Give reason for your answer.

20 / 25

What is the product of the heterolytic cleavage of a covalent bond?

21 / 25

Which of the following compounds undergoes racemization?

22 / 25

Which of the following represents the product of the SN2 reaction between CH3CH2ONa and CH3CH2Cl?

23 / 25

Consider the above compound: How many chiral C-atoms are present; Indicate the specific configuartion of all C-atoms present and give the number of optically active isomers of the compound.



24 / 25

Arrange the following in order of decreasing boiling point: HF; H2O; Hal

25 / 25

How many chiral centre(s) are there in 1-bromo-1,2-dihydroxylpropane?

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