A and S wnen oissoivs ~n '\'i,",ru"," A and B can be respectively 0

brisk effervesence is obtained its residue give

(0) ReaOH and R - C -- R II

,I

o

''''0-'',,,",,,',"''''''' hI aqueous solution containing some acidic or basic impurities (8) CH.-CH - C-_

\ 0 i II

CI 0

(D).p.n

OH o"J,,~ ",0

(o,.~l-.,,;;;pl~ _~, ,

i 0n~s

o-:

of this interrnediate areniurn ion is

ID'C'r:IH ~ J ~E-'~ i

H

r;::-;:. I

II \_lj)~l~N=O

19J

CH,

(8) Metamers, tautomer, identical

(0) Functional, tautomers & geometrical

~7 nmwm

Write up - III

A stronger acid displaces the weaker acid from any metal salt. The weaker acid is released out as a gas or liquid or precipitates out as a solid. The weaker acid cannot displace the stronger acid from the salt.

50. The Feasible reaction is

(A) O,N-@-COONa + @COOH ~ NOz

OONa

(D) + NH3~

51. Which of the following reaction is possible

OH ONa

(A)@{8J~

NOz

(8) CH3-C-OH + HCOONa ~

II o

(0) H-C:=C-Na + Hp ~

52.

Observe the followilllJ reaction

(I) HCI + Hp ~ HP$ + CI0

(III) H-C := N + Hp ~ HP$ + CN° (V) Hp+ Hp ~ HP$+ H00 The correct acid strength order is

(A) Hp > NH3 > HCN > HF > HCI

(C) HCI > HF > HCN > Hp > NH3

(II) HF + Hp

(8) HF > HCI > HCN > Hp > NH3 (0) HCI > HF > H20> NH3 > HCN

Write up - VIII

Observe the following compound 'P' and give answer:

53.

The enol form of 'P' is formed by ionization at position (A) 1 (8)2 (C) 3

A stable carbocation is formed by ionisation at position (A) 3 (8)1 (C)4

(0)4

54.

(0)2

I

I

i

55. The ozonolysis product of P, (by using reductive ozonolysis) gives negative test with

(A) 2, 4-0initrophenyl hydrazine (8)Ammonical silver nitrate

(C) 12' OH0 (Iodoform test) (0) Ammonical cuprous chloride

56. The carbocation of 'P' obtained by ionisation of X0 (halide ion), can be observed at position/s

(A) 3, 5 (8) 3, 6 (C) 5, 6 (0) 4, 5

-. B.~~~~!:!:!S.!;--------------------

57. Match the Column I with Column II.
Column -I Column -II
(A) Ortho-toluic acid is stronger acid than benzoic acid. (p) Resonance effect
(8) Tertiary butyl carbocation is more stable than Methyl (q) Inductive effect
carbocation
(C) m-nitrobenzoic acid is stronger acid than benzoic acid. (r) hyperconjugation
(0) Electronic effects which are permanent. (s) ortho effect.
58. Observe the following compound P
(4) (1 )
H00:t:)_SO'H
(3)HO I ~ C=CH(2)
Column-1 Column-2
(A) Strongest acidic group in P (X) 1
(8) Weakest acidic group in P (Y) 2
(C) Number of intra molecular H-bonding in P (Z) 3
(0) Number of mole of hydrogen gas that is (W) 4
liberated on reaction of 'P' with excess of
sodium metal if one mole of p is used
59. Match the pKa values with the given compounds
Acid pK.
OH
(A) NO*NO, (p) 4
NOz
(8) CH3COOH (q) 9 (C)

NH

(r)

5

o Phthalimide

(0)

eOOH

@

(s)

0.74

-

Assertion-Reason:

Each question has 4 choices (Al, (B), (C)anct(D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

(A) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-f. (B)Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for Statement-1 (C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2is False

(D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

Statement - 1 :

.. 9

:0: :0:

/ ~

H-C +(--~) H-C

"b. \f2>

I

II

I and II are resonating structures and iii is resonance hybrid.

Statement - 2 : The resonance hybrid is the hypothetical structure that is considered to be a 'blend' of the real contibuting structures.

61.

Statement - 1 :

Given compound is very very strong base.

Statement - 2: + I effect of four ethyl & two methyl groups increases basic nature,

Statement -1 No. of paired & unpaired electrons are same in valid resonating structure. Statement - 2 Electrons which are in p-orbitalwill always go in resonance.

Statement -1 : pk , of fumaric acid is more than maleic acid.

Statement - 2 : Co~jugate base of fumaric acid is stabilised by intramolecular H-bonding.

Part C: Subjective

64. Which of the following compounds have delocalized electrons?

o II

a. CH2 = CHCCH3

f.

b·O c·o d·CO

r,

65.

Draw the important resonance forms to

the delocallzation of charges in the following ions.

o

II G

(A) H-C-CH;:;:CH-CH2

66. For each pair of ions, determine which ion is more stable

ttl ttl

(A) CH3-CH-CH3 and CH3-"CH-OCH3

(I) (II)

(I)

$ and CH;:.::CH-CH2--OI2

(II)

(8)

e e

(C) CH2-CH3 and CH2-C=N

(I) (n)

(0)

and

(I)

(II"

" J

67. In the following sets of resonance forms, Label the major and minor contributors and state which structure would be of equal energy.

e n

(a) CH3-CH-C=N ~(--.::;.) CH:j-CH=C=N:'='

(I) (II)

o 0 08 0

II 8 il I!I

(b) CH3-C-CH-C-CH3 ~"'-___;~ CH3-C:::CH-C-CH3

(I) (II)

8 e

(c) CH3-CH-CH=CH-[\J02 <~-~~ CH,-CH::::CH-CH-~JO,

(I) (II)

NH2 (d) CH3-CH2-~-NH- ~(--.::;.) CH3-CH2-b=~H2

I' (II)

NH2

(I)

68. Compare the following molecules with respect to :

CH2=CH-CI (I)

CH3-CH2-Ci (II)

(a) C - CI bond length

(c) C - C bond length of (I) with respect to ethene

(b) Dipole moment (d) BOiling point

69. Which molecules do not give out CO2 with NaHC03 (Give your answer in increasing order of digits)" For example if (1), (2) & (5) do not gives CO2 then the answer will be 125"

OH O~1
OH Q'NyNQ' VCOOH H3C
6 0 i-1C~ = C~-i
HCI
N02 (6)
(1 ) (2) (4)
(3) (5) 70.

Arrange the following in order of their basic nature

0CH3 CH3 - ~H2 CH2 = ~H

-ImIResonance ~· .. ~BM~ ... .__

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTION BANK

1.

68.

D 2. C 3. S 4. B 5. C ®. B '7 D
'"
D g, A 10. A 11. A 12. C 13, A 14. D
D rs, D 17, D 18. C 19. A :t:R .;"'<:- 2'i_ C
'L;>
A 23. A 24. A 25. B 26. A 21. C D
D 30, D 31. C 32. B 33. A 34. S 3~, IF-
t",,'
0 37. C 38. B 39. B. D 4O. Be: D 41. A. 8 4::t Aij c
B 44. A 4~. B es, B 41. f' ~©, A 4~;i B
_, ~~
A 51. D 52. e 53. B ~4. C 5~~ D t"ft!"':> D
w@.
~ (8); (8) - (q, . \. (C~ - fq)" (D) - (p, q, r) 58 . A B~Y, C-'?X.
I}, ... J , ,
/'\ S, B - r, C - q, D P Sit C 61. r- 6:~. C t~~jo: :~
r+> - V V
8.1 d, f, g, I, j
08 GH r=,
I .J \
(~A.} I (8) (C) (~e .; (0}
H-(>":;CH~CH"'CH2
'0'"
,t;, •• \1 i), 8-(1), C-(II), 0--(1), E-(I) (8; 1-- minor (o) i ~ minor (c) 1- major (d) 1- minor

II-major n -major il- minor

(a) (c)

(b) (dj

I < II (dipole moment) I <: iI

I <: II (C ~ Ci bond length) I has bigger bond length

H

I H-N->BF,

I .

-r>: (d) i(, !

~

(f)

-. B.~~~~~~-- ----

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