PPSC Lecturer Chemistry Test 31 Online Preparation MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Chemistry
SubjectChemistry Test 31
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.


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Acetic anhydride is obtained by the reaction of :

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Acetamide on reduction with LiAlH4 gives

3 / 25

What happens when urea is treated with hydrazine?

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Which of the following will have the highest boiling point?

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A compound undergoes reduction with LiAlH4. It also dissolves in aqueous NaOH from which it can be recovered by addition of HCl. The compound is

6 / 25

Which reaction does not yield an ester as one of the products?

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Which of the following statements describes the first step in the mechanism of the aldol condensation?

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Acetamide is a much weaker base than ammonia. This is because

9 / 25

Amides undergo hydrolysis under acidic conditions to give

10 / 25

Acetic anhydride reacts with ethanal to give

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Consider a small aliphatic 1° amine, 1° alcohol, ester, carboxylic acid, and amide, all of similar molecular weight. Which one is most likely to have the highest boiling point?

12 / 25

Ammonium acetate on strong heating gives

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Which of the following reagents will react with acetamide to form methylamine?

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Which of the following acid-derivatives are most stable?

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By which of the following methods can CH3CONH2 be converted to CH3CN?

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Acetamide on heating with P2O5 gives :

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Which of the following compounds does not form a salt with dilute HCl?

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Acid chlorides undergo reduction to the corresponding aldehydes on treatment with hydrogen in the presence of Pd/BaSO4. This reaction is called :

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Esters and amides are most easily made by nucleophilic acyl substitution reactions on :

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Which of the following conditions will drive the equilibrium of the Fischer esterification towards ester formation?

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Which of the following statements is False about acetamide?

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Silver acetate reacts with Br2 to form methyl bromide, carbon dioxide, and AgBr. This is an example of

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Propionamide on heating with a mixture of bromine and sodium hydroxide gives

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Hunsdiecker reaction is used for the preparation of

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Acetamide can be converted into methylamine by

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