PPSC Lecturer Chemistry Test 32 Online Preparation MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Chemistry
Subject Chemistry Test 32
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.


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Base-catalyzed condensation of two ester molecules to form an alcohol and β-keto ester is called

2 / 25

Sodium or potassium salts of fatty acids are called

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Fatty acids are

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Which of the following is not a constituent of normal urine?

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The ethyl derivative of acetoacetic ester on basic-hydrolysis gives

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Which of the following compounds will not be classified as lipids?

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Saponification of a fat

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Liquid oils can be converted to solid fats by

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Oleic acid is a fatty acid containing

10 / 25

A wax is

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Alkaline hydrolysis of oils (or fats) is called :

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Basic-hydrolysis of esters is called

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Partial hydrogenation of vegetable oils in the presence of Ni catalyst at 200°C gives

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Carbonyl chloride reacts with ammonia to give

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Esters can be formed by nucleophilic substitution reactions of :

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Ethyl acetoacetate reacts with phenylhydrazine to give

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Keto-enol tautomerism is shown by

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When ethyl acetoacetate is subjected to ketonic hydrolysis, the ketone obtained is

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Hydrolysis of an ester can be accomplished by :

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Fats and oils are

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Soap is

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Ethyl acetate on heating with sodium ethoxide gives

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Fats differ from waxes in that fats have :

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Ethyl acetoacetate undergoes acid-hydrolysis with dilute HCl to form

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Both stearic acid and linoleic acid have 18 carbons. Linoleic acid is unsaturated, while stearic acid is saturated. The melting point of stearic acid :

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