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Aliphatic Hydrocarbons (Alkenes)

Q#1 Choose the Correct


1. - electrons favor
a) Less reactivity b) Addition reactions c) Substitution reactions d) None
2. Raney nickel is
a) An alloy of Ni-Cu b) Alloy of Ni-Fe
c) Alloy of Ni-Al d) Alloy of Ni-Mg
3. Alcoholic KOH solution is used for
a) Dehydrogenation b) Dehalogenation
c) Dehydrohalogenation d) Dehydration
4. Baeyers test is use to detect the bond in an organic compound
a) Single bond b) Double bond c) Triple bond d) All of these
5. Markownikoffs rule provides guidance for addition of HBr in
a) CH
2
= CH CH
3 b)
CH
2
= CH
2

c) CH
3
CH = CH CH
3
d) None of these
6. Ethene on interaction with hypochlorous acid gives
a) Dichloro acetaldehyde b) Dichlorohydrin
b) Ethylene chlorohydrin d) Ethylene Dichlorohydrin
7. Action of HOCl with ethene to give ethylene chlorohydrin is an example of
a) Displacement reaction b) Substitution reaction
c) Addition reaction d) Polymerization reaction
8. The elimination of hydrogen halide (HX) from adjacent carbon atoms is called
a) Pyrolysis b) Chlorination c) Dehydrohalogenation d) None
9. PVC is a polymer of
a) CH
2
= CH
2
b) C
2
H
6
c) CH
2
= CH Cl d) C
2
H
2
.
Consider a reaction CH
3
CH = CH
2
+ H X product The reaction occurs by obeying

a) Wurtzs rule b) Franklands rule c) Markownikoffs rule d) Kekules rule


Q#2 Short Questions

I. How may Ethene can be converted into ethyl alcohol?
II. Give the Mechanism of Electrophilic addition of alkene?
III. Convert Ethene to Formaldehyde
IV. How mustard gas can be prepared?
V. Give the mechanism of addition of Halogen to alkene
VI. State Markownikovs rule with example
VII. Why alkene is more reactive?

Q#3 Long Questions.

1. Give general method from the preparation of Alkenes?