Which of the following is used as fuel in miners' lamp?
Which of the following organic compounds is very soluble in water?
Benzene reacts with hydrogen in the presence of nickel catalyst at 180oC to give
Which of the following is used to hasten the fruit ripening of fruit.
One of the major uses of alkanes is
in the textile industries
in the production of plastics
as domestic and industrial fuels
in the hydrogenation of oils
Two hydrocarbons X and Y were treated with bromine water. X decolorised the solution and Y did not. Which class of compound does Y belong?
A cracking process in petroleum refining can be represented by
heptane to heptene
heptane to 3-methylhexane
heptane to propene and butane
heptane to 2,3,3 - trimethybutane
An organic compound reacted with bromine water to give a colourless solution. The compound is probably an
Which of the following hydrocarbons is mainly used as fuel?
The simplest branched-chain hydrocarbon is
Organic molecules that have the suffix-ene are unsaturated hydrocarbons that have
a single bond
a double bond
a triple bond
an ionic bond
If the silver mirror test is positive, it indicates the presence of an
Reduction of nitro-alkanes, nitrates and amides is a route for the preparation of
reduction of alkanols with LiAlH4 produces
The conversion of open chain alkanes into alkenes and aromatic compounds is called
The IUPAC nomenclature of the compound CH3CH2COOCH2CH3 is
CH3CH2Cl + KCN → CH3CH2CN + KCl
In the reaction above, the cyanide is
How many structural isomers of chlorobutane are possible?
Certain useful waxes are composed mainly of
Which of the following compounds is the best possible anti-knock agnet for petrol?
(CH3)3C — CH2CH2CH3
(CH3)2CH — CH(CH3)CH2CH3
Which of the following represents an aromatic compound?
The hydrocarbon used in the production of styrene is
Which of the following alkanes has the highest boiling point?