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GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

1. Number of t electrons present in naphthalene is [AFMC 1991]


(a) 4 (b) 6 (c) 1 0 (d) 1 4
2. Number of t bonds in CH C CH CH CH CH = =
2
is [Kurukshet ra CEE 1991; KCET 2000]
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5
3. In benzene the total number of o bonds is [MP PMT 1997]
(a) 3 (b) 6 (c) 9 (d) 1 2
4. The number of t bonds in 3-hexyne-1 -ene is [MP PMT 1999]
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4
5. Acetylene molecules contain [KCET 2004; DCE 1999]
(a) 5o bond (b) 4o and 1 t bond (c) 3o and 2t bond (d) 3o and 3t bond
6. Ethylene possess [RPET 1999]
(a) Two sigma and two pi bonds (b) Two pi bonds
(c) Fiv e sigma and one pi bonds (d) Four sigma and one pi bond
7. How many t-bonds are present in naphthalene molecule [RPMT 2002]
(a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6
8. Select the molecule which has only one t-bond [Pb. PMT 1998]
(a) CH CH (b) CHCHO CH =
2
(c)
2 3
CH CH CH = (d) CHCOOH CH CH =
3

9. A carbon-carbon triple bond in ethyne ( C C ) consists of [AMU 2000]
(a) All o bonds (b) Two o bonds and one t-bond
(c) One o bond and two t bonds (d) All t bonds
10. The restricted rotation about carbon-carbon double bond in 2-butene is due to [CBSE 1993]
(a) Ov erlap of two p-orbitals (b) Ov erlap of one p and one
2
sp -
hy bridised orbitals
(c) Ov erlap of two
2
sp -hy bridised orbitals (d) Ov erlap of one s and one
2
sp -hy bridised orbitals
11. How many o and t-bonds are there in the molecule of tetracy anoethy lene,
N C
N C
C C
C N
C N


a) 9o and 9t (b) 5o and 9t (c) 9o and 7 t (d) 5o and 8t
12. Number of t electrons in cyclobutadienyl anion
2
4 4
) ( H C is [IIT 1991]
(a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 6 (d) 8
13. Minimum resistance in bond rotation will be observed in the compound [RPMT 1999]
(a) Hexachloroethane (b) Ethy lene (c) Acety lene (d) Ethane
14. The number of o bonds in o-xylene is [MP PET 1996]
(a) 6 (b) 9 (c) 1 2 (d) 1 8
15. The numbers of sigma (o) bonds in 1-butene is [MP PMT 1995]
(a) 8 (b) 1 0 (c) 1 1 (d) 1 2
16. Number of o and t bonds present in 1-butene-3-yne respectively are [RPMT 1999; MP PET 2000; DCE 2000]
(a) 7 o, 3t (b) 5o, 2t (c) 8o, 3t (d) 6o, 2t
17. o : t bonds for benzene is [RPET 1999; BHU 2000]
(a) 1 : 2 (b) 4 : 1 (c) 2 : 1 (d) 3 : 1
18. Toluene has [MP PMT 2000; CPMT 1994]
(a) 6o and 3t bond (b) 9o and 3t bond (c) 9o and 6t bond (d) 1 5o and 3t bond
19. The enolic form of acetone contains [Pb. PMT 2002]
(a) 8o bonds, 2t-bonds and 1 lone pair (b) 9o-bonds, 1 t-bond and 2 lone pair
(c) 9o-bonds, 2t-bonds and 1 lone pair (d) 1 0o-bond, 1 t-bond and 1 lone pair
20. The H C H bond angle in
4
CH is [MP PET 2002]
(a) 8 2 109 '
o
(b) 8 2 107 '
o
(c)
o
90 (d)
o
180
21. The H C bond distance is longest in [BHU 2001]
(a)
2 2
H C (b)
4 2
H C (c)
6 2
H C (d)
6 6
H C
22. Hybridisation of 1 and 2 carbon atoms in
2
2 1
2
CH C CH = = [BHU 2003]
(a) sp, sp (b)
2 2
, sp sp (c) sp sp ,
2
(d)
2 3
, sp sp




EDUDIGM Just do your best, God will do the rest
23. The bond between carbon atom(1) and carbon atom (2) in compound
2
2 1
CH CH C N = inv olves the hybridised carbon as
[IIT 1987; DCE 2000]
(a)
2
sp and
2
sp (b)
3
sp and sp (c) sp and
2
sp (d) sp and sp
24. Example of
2
sp hybridisation is [CPMT 1997; IIT 1988]
(a)
+
3
CH (b)
3
CH (c)
+
5 2
H C (d)
5 2
H C
25. Which C-atom is the most electronegative in this structure
I II
2
III
3
CH C CH CH [CPMT 2001]
(a) I (b) II (c) III (d) All are equal electronegativ e
26. In which of the compounds giv en below is there more than one kind of hy bridisation ) , , (
3 2
sp sp sp for carbon
(i)
3 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH
(ii)
3 3
CH CH CH CH =
(iii)
2 2
CH CH CH CH = =
(iv ) H C C H [CBSE 1995]
(a) (ii) and (iv ) (b) (i) and (iv ) (c) (ii) and (iii) (d) (ii)
27. C C bond length in benzene lies between single and double bond. The reason is [RPET 1999]
(a) Resonance (b) Isomerism (c) Metamerism (d) Inductiv e effect
28. Which of the following hybridisation has highest percentage of s-character [BHU 1986]
(a)
3
sp (b)
2
sp (c) sp (d) None of these
29. In which bond angle is the highest [CBSE 1991]
(a)
3
sp (b)
2
sp (c) sp (d) d sp
3

30. What hybrid orbitals will form the following compound
3 2 3
CH CH CH CH C H = [AFMC 1991]
(a)
3
sp and
3
sp (b) sp and
2
sp (c)
3
sp and sp (d)
2
sp and
3
sp
31. Which of the following hybridisation is known as trigonal hybridisation [MH CET 2000]
(a)
3
sp (b) sp (c)
2
sp (d)
2
dsp
32. The shape of ethylene molecule is [AFMC 2002]
(a) Square planar (b) Furan (c) Trigonal planar (d) Tetrahedral
33. Acetylene molecule has carbon in [Keral a (Engg.) 2002; EAMCET 1993]
(a) sp-hy bridisation (b)
2
sp -hy bridisation (c)
3
sp -hy bridisation (d) d sp
3
-hy bridisation
34. In the formation of methane molecule, carbon makes use of [DPMT 2001; MP PMT 2002]
(a) sp-hy bridised orbitals (b)
2
sp -hy bridised orbitals (c)
3
sp -hy bridised orbitals (d) Unhy bridised orbitals
35. Hybridisation state of C in diamond is [RPMT 2002]
(a) sp (b)
2
sp (c)
3
sp (d) d sp
3

36. The compound in which carbon uses only its
3
sp hybrid orbitals for bond formation is [IIT 1989]
(a) HCOOH (b) CO NH
2 2
) ( (c) COH CH
3 3
) ( (d) CHO CH
3 3
) (
37. In carbonium ion the carbon bearing the positive charge is [Pb. PMT 1999; MH CET 2002]
(a)
2
sp -hy bridised (b) d sp
3
-hy bridised (c) sp-hy bridised (d)
3
sp -hy bridised
38. In the reaction
4
2
3
2
Catalyst 2 1
2
Br CH BrCH
H
Br
C C
H
Br
H
= . The hybridisation states of carbon atoms 1, 2, 3, 4 are [MP PET 1994]
(a) 1 and 2
2
sp ; 3 and 4
3
sp (b) 1 and 2
2
sp ; 3 and 4 sp (c) 1 , 2, 3 and 4 sp (d) 1 , 2
3
sp ; 3, 4
2
sp
39. 1, 3-butadiene has [JIPMER 2000]
(a) sp and
2
sp hy bridised C-atoms (b) sp,
2
sp and
3
sp hybridised C-atoms
(c) Only
2
sp hy bridised C-atoms (d) Only sp hy bridised C-atoms
40. Which is an acidic hydrocarbon [AMU 2000]
(a)
3 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH (b)
3 3
CCH C CH (c) CH C CH
3
(d)
2 2
CH CH CH CH = =
41. In which of the following are all carbon atoms sp-hy bridised
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
(a)
3 3
CH CH CH CH = (b)
3 3
CH C C CH (c) CH C C HC (d) CH C CH CH
2 3

42. The hybridisation of carbon atoms in the C- C single bond of
2
CH CH C HC = is [IIT 1991; MP PMT 1993]
(a)
3 3
sp sp (b)
3 2
sp sp (c)
2
sp sp (d) sp sp
3

43. Which of the following compounds hav e not only one ty pe of hy brid carbon
(a)
2 2
CH CH CH CH = = (b) CH C C HC (c)
3 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH (d)
3 3
CH C C CH
44. Which of the following has a trigonal planar (or triangular) structure
(a)
3
: H C

(b)
+
3
CH (c)
+
3
: OH (d) None of these
45. How many electrons are present in the p orbital of a methy l cation ) (
3
+
CH
(a) Two (b) Three (c) Four (d) None
46. Which of the following statements are correct for butadiene
1
2
2 3 4
2
CH CH CH CH = =
(a) The
2 1
C C and
4 3
C C bonds are longer than a carbon-carbon double bond
(b) The
2 1
C C and
4 3
C C bonds are shorter than a carbon-carbon double bond
(c) The
3 2
C C bond is slightly shorter than a carbon-carbon single bond
(d) The
3 2
C C bond is slightly longer than a carbon-carbon double bond
47.

| o
H C
H
C
H
C =
|
| | |
which H is abstracted easily
(a) o (b) | (c) (d) With equal ease
48. Basic strength of
O
C CH (I),
O
= CH CH
2
(II) and
O
2 3
CH CH (III) will be in order
(a) I < II < III (b) II < III < I (c) III < II < I (d) III< I< II
49. The C- C bond length of the following molecules is in the order [IIT 1991]
(a)
2 2 6 6 4 2 6 2
H C H C H C H C > > > (b)
6 2 6 6 4 2 2 2
H C H C H C H C < < <
(c)
4 2 6 6 2 2 6 2
H C H C H C H C > > > (d)
6 6 2 2 6 2 4 2
H C H C H C H C > > >
50. The number of
3
sp hybridised carbon atoms in cyclohexene are [MP PMT 1997]
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 6
51. The hybridisation involved in the six carbon atoms of benzene is [BHU 1999]
(a)
2 3
3 , 3 sp sp (b) sp sp 3 , 3
3
(c) All 6sp (d) All
2
6sp
52. Which of the following C- H bond has the lowest bond dissociation energy [CBSE 2000]
(a) Primary ) 1 (
o
C- H bond(b) Secondary ) 2 (
o
C- H bond (c) Tertiary ) 3 (
o
C- H bond (d) All of these
53. Carbon atoms in the compound
2 4
) ( C CN are [Roorkee 1999]
(a) sp hy bridised (b)
2
sp hy bridised (c) sp and
2
sp hy bridised (d) sp,
2
sp and
3
sp hy bridised
54. Examine the following common chemical structures to which simple function al groups are often attached

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv )
2 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH (v )
H
H
C C H =
2

Which of these sy stems hav e essentially planar geometry [CBSE 1995]
(a) (i) and (v) (b) (ii) and (iii) (c) (ii), (iii) and (iv) (d) (iv)
55. Number of unhybridised orbitals in vinyl acetylene are [RPMT 1999]
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 6
56. Maximum bond energy of C- H bonds is found in the compound [RPMT 1999]
(a) Ethane (b) Ethene (c) Ethy ne (d) Equal in all the three
57. The structure of chloromethane is [MP PMT 1995]
(a) Tetrahedral (b) Trigonal (c) Linear (d) Hexagonal
58. Homolytic fission of C- C bond in ethane gives an intermediate in which carbon is [IIT 1992]
(a)
3
sp hy bridised (b)
2
sp hy bridised (c) sp hy bridised (d) d sp
2
hy bridised




EDUDIGM Just do your best, God will do the rest
59. In compound X, all the bond angles are exactly 8 2 109 '
o
, X is [DPMT 2000]
(a) Chloroform (b) Carbon tetrachloride (c) Chloromethane (d) Iodoform
60. Cl C Cl angle in 1, 1, 2, 2-tetrachloroethene and tetrachloromethane respectively are about [IIT 1988]
(a)
o
120 and
o
5 . 109 (b)
o
90 and
o
5 . 109 (c)
o
5 . 109 and
o
90 (d)
o
5 . 109 and
o
120
61. Cy clic hydrocarbon molecule A has all the carbon and hy drogen in a single plane. All the carbon-carbon bonds are of same
length less than 1.54,but more than 1.34. The C C bond angle will be [BVP 2003]
(a) 8 2 109 '
o
(b)
o
100 (c)
o
180 (d)
o
120
62. The types of hybridisation present in1, 2-butadiene are [MH CET 2000]
(a) sp,
2
sp and
3
sp (b)
2
sp and
3
sp (c)
2
sp and sp (d) sp and
3
sp
63. A straight chain hydrocarbon has the molecular formula
10 8
H C . The hy bridisation for the carbon atoms from one end of the
chain to the other are respectively sp sp sp sp sp sp sp , , , , , ,
2 2 3 2 2 3
and sp. The structural formula of the hydrocarbon would be[CBSE 1992]
(a)
2 2 3
CH CH CH CH CH C C CH = = (b)
2 2 2 3
CH CH C C CH CH CH CH CH = =
(c)
2 2 3
CH CH C C CH CH CH CH = = (d) CH C CH CH CH CH CH CH = =
2 3

64. Which of the following has a bond formed by overlap of
3
sp sp hybrid orbitals [MLNR 1993; UPSEAT 2001, 02]
(a) H C C CH
3
(b)
3 3
CH CH CH CH = (c)
2 2
CH CH CH CH = = (d) CH HC
65. Which one of the following is more acidic [DPMT 2002]
(a) Butane (b) 1 -butene (c) 1 -buty ne (d) 2-buty ne
66. In the reaction
I
3
I
2 3
5 2
CN CH CONH CH
O P
A
, the hy bridisation state of the carbon atom (I) changes from
(a)
2
sp to sp (b)
3
sp to sp (c)
3
sp to
2
sp (d)
2
sp to
3
sp
67. Arrange the acids COOH CH CH
2 3
(I), COOH CH CH =
2
(II) and COOH C HC (III) in order of decrease in acidity
(a) I > II > III (b) III > II > I (c) II > I > III (d) III > I> II
68. Arrange
3 2
, , NH CH HC O H and
3 3
CH CH in order of acidity
(a)
3 3 3 2
CH CH NH CH HC O H > > > (b)
3 3 3 2
CH CH NH O H CH HC > > >
(c) O H NH CH HC CH CH
2 3 3 3
> > > (d)
3 3 3 2
CH CH CH HC NH O H > > >
69. Which one of the following is the stablest structure of cyclohexatriene [AIIMS 1985]
(a) Chair form (b) Boat form (c) Half chair form (d) Planar form
70. Which of the following order of decreasing energy of same energy lev el atomic orbitals is correct
(a) s sp sp p sp > > > >
2 3
(b) p sp sp sp s > > > >
3 2
(c) sp s sp sp p > > > >
2 3
(d) p sp sp sp s > > > >
2 3

71. Ov erlap of which of the following atomic orbitals would be maximum to form the strongest cov alent bond
(a) 1 s 2s (o) (b) 1 s 2p(o) (c) 2p 2p(t) (d) 2p 2p(o)
72. State of hy bridisation of carbon atom of carbene in the singlet state is
(a)
2
sp (b) sp (c)
3
sp (d) None of these
73. During py roly sis of an alkane, C- C bond breaks faster than the C- H bond because
(a) C- C bond is stronger (b) C- H bond is weaker
(c) C- C bond inv olv es t-bond in alkane (d) The bond energy of C- C bond is less than that of C- H bond
74. If the dipole moment of toluene and nitrobenzene are 0.43D and 3.93D, then what is the expected dipole moment of p-nitro
toluene
[Orissa JEE 2003]
(a) 3.50D (b) 2.1 8D (c) 4.36D (d) 5.30D
75. Which one of the following has a dipole moment [BHU 2001]
(a)
4
CCl (b) cis-butene-2 (c) trans butene-2 (d) 2-methy l propene
76. Which compound shows dipole moment [RPMT 2002]
(a) 1 , 4-di-chloro benzene (b) 1 , 2-di-chloro benzene (c) Trans-1, 2-dichloro ethene(d) Trans-2-butene
77. Dipole moment is shown by [DCE 1999]
(a) 1 , 4-dichloro benzene (b) Cis-1 , 2-dichloro ethene
(c) Trans-1 , 2-dichloro-2-pentene (d) Trans-1 , 2-dichloro ethene
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
78. Which of the following hav e zero dipole moment
(a)
2
H (b) HF (c)
4
CH (d)
3
CHCl
79. Carbon tetrachloride has no net dipole moment because of
(a) Its planar structure (b) Its regular tetrahedral nature
(c) Similar sizes of carbon and chlorine atoms (d) Similar electron affinities of carbon and chlorine
80. Dipole moment is highest for [AIIMS 2004]
(a) Trans-2-butene (b) 1 -3 dimethy l benzene (c) Acetophenone (d) Ethanol
81. Hy drogen bonding is maximum in [UPSEAT 2003]
(a) OH H C
5 2
(b)
3 3
CH O CH (c) O C CH =
2 3
) ( (d) CHO CH
3

82. Which of the following has highest boiling point [CPMT 1997]
(a) Butan-2-ol (b) Butane (c) Pentane (d) Ethane
83. What kind of attractiv e forces can exist when ionic species are present
(a) Cation-anion electrostatic forces (b) Ion-dipole forces
(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) Dipole-dipole forces
84. Arrange the following in order of increasing diople moment (I) Toluene (II) m-dichloro-benzene (III) o-dichlorobenzene (IV) p-
dichlorobenzene
(a) I < IV <II < III (b) IV < I< II < III (c) IV < I <III < II (d) IV < II < I < III
85. Which one of the following compound hav e zero dipole moment
(a) p-dinitro benzene (b) p-dimethoxy benzene (c) 1 -butene (d) 2-methy l-1 -propene
86. Which one of the following compounds exhibits strongest hydrogen bonding [CPMT 1987]
(a) H CO R
2
(b) OH CH R
2
(c)
3 2
NHCH RCH (d)
3
RCONHCH
87. All bonds in benzene are equal due to [Roorkee 1990; KCET 1998]
(a) Tautomerism (b) Inductiv e effect (c) Resonance (d) Isomerism
88. Which of the following is observed in ethylene molecule [MH CET 2002]
(a) Electromeric effect (b) Inductiv e effect (c) Homoly tic fission (d) None of these
89. Benzene is unreactive because [KCET 1998]
(a) It has double bonds (b) It has carbon-carbon single bond
(c) Carbons are
2
sp hy bridised (d) t electrons are delocalised
90. Polarisation of electrons in acroline may be written as [DCE 2000]
(a) O CH CH CH = =
+ o o
2
(b)
+
= =
o o
O CH CH CH
2

(c) O CH CH CH = =
+ o o
2
(d)
+
= =
o o
O CH CH CH
2

91. The +I effect of C CH
3 3
) ( (I), CH CH
2 3
) ( (II),
2 3
CH CH (III),
3
CH (IV) decreases in the order
(a) I > II > III > IV (b) IV > III > II > I (c) II > I > IV > III (d) I > II > IV > III
92. Arrange the groups CH CH CH CH CH
2 3 2 3 3
) ( , , and C CH
3 3
) ( in order of electron-releasing effect
(a) > > >
3 2 3 2 3 3 3
) ( ) ( CH CH CH CH CH C CH (b) > > > C CH CH CH CH CH CH
3 3 2 3 2 3 3
) ( ) (
(c) > > > CH CH C CH CH CH CH
2 3 3 3 3 2 3
) ( ) ( (d) > > >
2 3 3 3 3 2 3
) ( ) ( CH CH CH C CH CH CH
93. The order of the I effect orbitals is
(a) sp sp sp > >
2 3
(b) sp sp sp > >
3 2
(c)
3 2
sp sp sp > > (d)
2 3
sp sp sp > >
94. The hyperconjugative effect of the group R in
2
CH CH R = , where R is
2 3 3
, CH CH CH or CH CH
2 3
) ( , follows the order
(a) > > CH CH CH CH CH
2 3 2 3 3
) ( (b) > >
3 2 3 2 3
) ( CH CH CH CH CH
(c) > >
2 3 2 3 3
) ( CH CH CH CH CH (d)

> >
2 3 3 2 3
) ( CH CH CH CH CH
95. The relative rates of addition of
I
Me
Me
C C
Me
Me
= ,
II
H
Me
C C
Me
Me
= ,
III
2 2 3
CH CH CH CH = ,
IV
2 2
CH CH = and
V
2
COOH CH CH =
follow the order
(a) I > II > III > IV > V (b) V > IV > III > II > I (c) II > III > I > IV > V (d) IV > III > II > V > I
96. In the Baeyer-Villiger rearrangement, the group that migrates (in case of unsy mmetrical ketones) is the one which is more
electron-releasing. The aptitude of migration of the alky l groups is of the order
(a)
3
3 2 1 CH > > > (b) > > > 1 2 3
3
CH (c) > > > 3 2 1
3
CH (d)
3
1 2 3 CH > > >
97. Which of the following groups hav e a +M effect (an electron repelling mesomeric effect)




EDUDIGM Just do your best, God will do the rest
(a)
2

NH (b)


SR (c)
2
NO (d) CHO
98. Which of the following groups hav e a M effect (an electron attracting mesomeric effect)
(a)


OH (b) :


Cl (c) O C = (d) H SO
3

99. Br has a low reactiv ity in Br CH CH =
2
because
(a) The C- Br bond has a partial double-bond character (b) Of the +M effect of bromine
(c) Br is electronegativ e (d) None of these

100. Increasing order of basic nature of
3
NH (I),
2 3
NH CH (II) and (III) is

(a) III < II < I (b) I < II < III (c) III = II <I (d) III < I < II
101. Which one of the following has all the effects, namely inductiv e, mesomeric and hy per -conjugativ e
(a) Cl CH
3
(b)
2 3
CH CH CH = (c)
O
CHCCH CH CH
||
3 3
= (d)
2 2
CH CH CH CH = =
102. Stability of following alkenes in the increasing order is

(I)
3 3
CHCH CH CH =
(II)
3
|
3
3
|
3
CH
CCH
C H
C CH =
(III)
3
|
2 3
CH
CH C CH =
(IV)
3
|
3 3
CH
CHCH C CH =
(a) I < III < IV < II (b) I < II < III < IV (c) IV < III < II < I (d) II < III < IV < I
103. In the following groups,
IV III
, ,
II
,
I
3 2 2
CF OSO Me OSO OMe OAc the order of leaving group ability is [IIT 1997]
(a) I > II > III > IV (b) IV > III > I > II (c) III > II > I > IV (d) II > III > IV > I
104. Hy per conjugation is
(a) o-t conjugation (b) Noticed due to delocalisation of o and t-bonds
(c) No bond resonance (d) All
105. In hy per conjugation, the atom inv olv ed is
(a) |-H atom (b) o-H atom (c) -H atom (d) All
106. Which one of the following compounds is the most aci dic [MP PMT 1985]

(a) H CO CH
2 3
(b) H CO H C
2 5 6
(c) OH H C
5 6
(d)
107. Which of the following cannot show electromeric effect
(a) Alkenes (b) Ketones (c) Aldehy des (d) Ethers
108. Shifting of electrons of a multiple bond under the influence of a reagent is called
(a) I-effect (b) E-effect (c) M-effect (d) T-effect
109. Which one of the following orders is correct regarding the inductive effect of the substituents [CBSE 1998]
(a) F OR NR > <
2
(b) F OR NR > >
2
(c) F OR NR < <
2
(d) F OR NR < >
2

110. Resonance structure of molecule does not have [IIT 1984]
(a) Identical arrangement of atoms (b) Nearly the same energy content
(c) The same number of paired electrons (d) Identical bonding
111. Arrangement of
2 3 2 3 3 3
, ) ( , ) ( CH CH CH CH C CH when attached to benzyl or an unsaturated group in increasing order of
inductive effect is [AIEEE 2002]
(a) < <
2 3 2 3 3 3
) ( ) ( CH CH CH CH C CH (b) < < C CH CH CH CH CH
3 3 2 3 2 3
) ( ) (
(c) < <
2 3 3 3 2 3
) ( ) ( CH CH C CH CH CH (d) < < CH CH CH CH C CH
2 3 2 3 3 3
) ( ) (
112. The I effect of Cl COOH CN NO , , ,
2
decreases in the order
(a) Cl COOH CN NO > > >
2
(b)
2
NO CN COOH Cl > > >
(c) COOH Cl NO CN > > >
2
(d) Cl NO CN COOH > > >
2

113. Arrange the following resonating structures of v iny l chloride in order of dec reasing stability
NH2
CO2H
O2N
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

III II I
2 2 2
+ +
= = = Cl CH C H Cl CH C H Cl CH C H
(a) I > II > III (b) III > II >I (c) II > I > III (d) I > II = III
114. Arrange the following resonating structures of formic acid in order of decreasing stability

IV
III
II I
|
| | ||
OH
O
C H OH
O
C H OH
O
C H OH
O
C H =
+

+
+


(a) II > I > III >IV (b) I > III > II > IV (c) III > II > IV > I (d) IV > III > I > II
115. The conjugation of electron-withdrawing groups (e.g., N C OR
O
C R
O
C CHO , , ,
|| ||
and
2
NO ) activ ates nucleophilic
addition. The order of reactiv ity of these groups is
(a) H
O
R
O
OR
O
N C NO > > > >
|| || ||
2
C C C (b)
2
|| || ||
C C C NO N C OR
O
R
O
H
O
> > > >
(c) OR
O
R
O
H
O
NO N C > > > >
|| || ||
2
C C C (d) R
O
OR
O
N C NO H
O
> > > >
|| ||
2
||
C C C
116. In the Baeyer-Villiger oxidation of alkyl aryl ketones, it is the more electron-releasing group that migrates. The aptitude of
migration of the ary l groups is of the order
(a) p-chloropheny l > p-anisy l > p-toly l > pheny l (b) Phenyl > p-tolyl > p-anisyl > p-chlorophenyl
(c) p-anisy l > p-toly l > pheny l > p-chloropheny l (d) p-chloropheny l > pheny l > p-toly l > p-anisy l
117. Which of the following structures hav e resonance stability

OH
O
C CH
3
+
OH
O
C CH
3

O
O
C CH
3

+
+ H
O
O
C CH

3

(a) (b) (c) (d)
118. Which of the following statements are correct
(a) The nucleophilic addition of HCN to CHCHO CH CH =
3
results in a major addition to C = C
(b) The nucleophilic addition of HCN to CHCHO CH CH =
3
results in a major addition to C = O
(c) The nucleophilic addition of PhMgBr to PhCH = CH CHO results in addition to C = O
(d) The nucleophilic addition of PhMgBr to PhCH = CH COCMe3 results in addition to C = C
119. Arrange
2
NO , F, COOH, Cl, OH, OR and
5 6
H C in order of electron-withdrawing effect
(a)
5 6 2
H C OR Cl OH COOH NO F > > > > > > (b) OR H C OH Cl F NO COOH > > > > > >
5 6 2

(c) F NO COOH OH Cl OR H C > > > > > >
2 5 6
(d)
5 6 2
H C OR OH Cl COOH F NO > > > > > >
120. Strongest acid out of the following is
(a) Oxalic acid (b) Malonic acid (c) Succinic acid (d) Adipic acid
121. Leav ing tendency of the following in increasing order is :

(I)

Cl ,
( II )
3

COO CH ,
( I I I )

OH , ,
( V)

RO ,
( VI )
2

NH
(a) VI < V < III < II < IV < I (b) I < II < III < VI < V < IV
(c) I < III < V < II < IV < VI (d) Cant be decided

122. In which of the following species the central C-atom is negatively charged [NCERT 1985]
(a) Carbanion (b) Carbonium ion (c) Carbocation (d) Free radical
123. Which of the following carbanion is most stable [NCERT 1983]
(a) Methy l (b) Primary (c) Secondary (d) Tertiary
124. Which of the following is the most stable cation [CBSE 1988;MNR 1988; AIIMS 1985]
(a)
+
3 2 3
CHCH CH CH (b)
3
|
3 3
CH
CCH CH
+
(c)
+
2 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH (d)
+
3
CH
125. Which is the decreasing order of stability [IIT Screening 1993]
(i)
3 3
CH CH CH
+
(ii)
3 3
CH O CH CH
+
(iii)
+
3 3
. . . CH CO CH CH
SO3


CH3
(IV)




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(a) (i) < (ii) < (iii) (b) (i) > (ii) > (iii) (c) (iii) > (ii) > (i) (d) (ii) > (iii) > (i)
126. The shape of carbonium is [AMU (Engg.) 1999]
(a) Planar (b) Py ramidal (c) Linear (d) None of these
127. The order of decreasing stability of the carbanions (1)

C CH
3 3
) ( ; (2) H C CH

2 3
) ( ; (3)
2 3
H C CH

; (4)
2 5 6
H C H C

is [KCET 1996]
(a) 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 (b) 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (c) 4 > 1 > 2 > 3 (d) 1 > 2 > 4 > 3
128. The most stable carbonium ion is [BVP 2003]
(a) Methy l carbonium ion (b) Primary carbonium ion (c) Secondary carbonium ion(d) Tertiary carbonium ion
129. Which of the following free radicals is most stable [NCERT 1982]
(a) Primary (b) Methy l (c) Secondary (d) Tertiary
130. Which of the following contains three pairs of electrons [BHU 1985]
(a) Carbocation (b) Carbanion (c) Free radical (d) None of these
131. Which of the following intermediate have the complete octet around the carbon atom [Orissa JEE 2003]
(a) Carbonium ion (b) Carbanion ion (c) Free radical (d) Carbene
132. Which of the following species is paramagnetic in nature [NCERT 1984]
(a) Free radical (b) Carbonium ion (c) Carbanion (d) All the abov e
133. Carbocation which is most stable [BHU 2003]
(a)
+
2 3
CH CH (b)
+
3
CH (c)
+
2 5 6
CH H C (d)
+
2 2 3
CH CH CH
134. Heterolytic fission of an organic covalent bond gives only [MP PET/PMT 1998]
(a) Free radicals (b) Both cation and anion (c) Only cation (d) Only anion
135. Arrange the following free radicals in order of stability .

I
.
) (
3 3
C CH
II
.
) (
2 3
CH CH
III
.
2 3
CH CH
IV
.
3
CH
(a) I > II > III > IV (b) IV > III > II > I (c) II > III > I > IV (d) IV > II > III > I
136. Arrange the following free radicals in order of stability .

IV
vinyl ,
III
methyl ,
II
allyl ,
I
Benzyl
(a) IV > III > II > I (b) I > II > III > IV (c) II > IV > III > I (d) III > II > I > IV
137. Arrange the following carbonium ions in or der of decreasing stability

I
) (
3 3
+
C CH
II
) (
2 3
+
CH CH
III
2 3
+
CH CH
IV
3
+
C H
(a) II > III > I > IV (b) IV > III > II > I (c) I > II > III > IV (d) I > II > III =IV
138. The stability of 3 , 2 , 1 and benzy l carbocations is of the order
(a) > > > 3 2 1 benzy l (b) benzy l > > > 1 2 3 (c) > > > 1 2 3 benzy l (d) > 3 benzy l > > 1 2
139. The order of reactiv ity of alky l halides is
(a) Tert., alky l halides > ally l halides >sec. alky l halides > primary alky l halides
(b) Primary alky l halides > sec. alky l halides > tert. alky l halides > ally l halides
(c) Ally l halides > primary alky l halides > sec. alky l halides > tert. Alky l halides
(d) Sec. alky l halides > primary alky l halides > tert. alky l halides > ally l halides
140. The order of stability of the carbon radicals 1 , 2 , 3 and
.
3
CH is
(a)
.
3 2 1
3
CH > > > (b) > > > 3 2 1
.
3
CH (c)

> > >


3
1 2 3 CH (d) > > > 1 2 3
.
3
CH
141. The order of stability of the carbocations 3 , 2 , 1 and

3
CH is
(a) > > >

3 2 1
3
CH (b)

> > >


3
3 2 1 CH (c) > > >

3 2 1
3
CH (d)

> > >


3
1 2 3 CH
142. Arrange the following radicals in order of decreasing stability
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

I
.
) (
3 3
C CH
II
3
3
|
|
2
CH
CH
C CH CH =
III
.
3
CH
IV
.
) (
2 2 3
CH CH CH
V
.
) (
2 3
CH CH
(a) I, II, III, IV, V (b) V, I, III, IV, II (c) II, I, V, IV, III (d) II, V, I, III, V
143. Stability order of is in order
,
(II)
2 2 3

CH CH CH ,
)
3 3
( I I I
.
) ( C CH ,
(IV)
2

= CH CH
(a) IV < II < III < I (b) IV < II <I < III (c) I < II < III < IV (d) IV <I < III < II
144. Relativ e stabilities of the following carbocation will be in order




(a) I < II < III < IV (b) IV < III < II < I (c) IV < II < III < I (d) II < IV < III < I
145. Most stable free radical is

(a) (b) (c) (d)


146. Most stable carbocation is
(a)

= CH CH
2
(b) (c) (d)

C CH ) (
3

147. There is formation of precipitate almost instantly when alcoholic
3
AgNO reacts with

(II)
3
3
|
|
3
CH
CH
Cl C CH
(a) I, II and III (b) I and II (c) II and III (d) I and III
148. The shape of carbanion is
(a) Linear (b) Planar (c) Py ramidal (d) None of these
149. Carbanion can undergo
(a) Rearrangement (b) Combination with cation
(c) Addition to a carbonyl group (d) Substitution reaction at a saturated carbon atom
(e) All are correct
150. Due to its sextet (hav ing six electrons), the carbonium ions are
(a) Unstable (b) Very stable (c) Negativ ely charged (d) None
151. Ease of abstraction of hy drogen is greater when attached to
(a)
o
1 carbon (b)
o
2 carbon (c)
o
3 carbon (d) Neo-carbon
152. Carbonium ion can undergo
(a) Loss of a proton (b) Addition to multiple bond
(c) Combination with anions (d) Rearrangement to form more
stable carbonium ion
(e) All
153. In OH CH CH
2 3
, the bond that undergoes heterolytic cleavage most readily is [IIT 1988]
(a) C C (b) C O (c) C H (d) O H
154. Most stable carbanion is [BHU 2003]

(a)

3
CH (b)

2 3
CH CH (c) (d)


155. Which one of the following species is most stable [IIT 1995]
(a)
+

2 4 6 2
CH H C N O p (b)
+

2 4 6 3
CH H C O CH p (c)
+

2 4 6
CH H C Cl p (d)
+

2 5 6
CH H C
Cl
(III
)
.
CH2
(I)
CH3O
(I)

CH2
(II)

CH2 CH3
(III
)

CH2
(IV)

CH3CH2
CH3
.
. . .
CH2Cl
(I)
CH2

NO2

CH2

CH3



CH2




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156. A solution of (+)-2-chloro-2-phenylethane in toluene racemises slowly in the presence of small amount of
5
SbCl due to the
formation of [IIT 1999]
(a) Carbanion (b) Carbene (c) Free radical (d) Carbocation
157. Heterolytic bond dissociation energy of alkyl halides follows the sequence [AMU 2000]
(a) I R Br R Cl R F R > > > (b) F R Cl R Br R I R > > >
(c) Cl R Br R F R I R > > > (d) F R I R Br R Cl R > > >
158. Carbanions initiate [JIPMER 2000]
(a) Substitution reactions (b) Addition reactions (c) Both (d) None of these
159. Which of the following gives most stable carbocation by dehydration [UPSEAT 2001; RPMT 2002]
(a) OH CH CH
2 3
) ( (b) OH C CH
3 3
) ( (c) OH CH CH
2 3
(d)
3 2 2 3
CH CH O CH CH
160. The bond that undergoes heteroly tic cleav age most readily is
(a) C C (b) C O (c) C H (d) O H
161. The order of leav ing group ability for halides is
(a)

> > > F I Br Cl (b)

> > > Cl I Br F (c)

> > > I F Cl Br (d)

> > > F Cl Br I
162. The reaction
2
) (
2
||
2
RNH NH
O
C R
NaOH Br NaOBr

+
has the intermediates
(a) NHBr
O
C R
||
(b) :
||
N
O
C R (c) O C N R = = (d) O
OH
C NH R =
|

163. The order of ease of heteroly sis of following t-buty l compound is

(I)
) (
3 3
OH C CH
(II)
) (
3 3
OAc C CH
(III)
) (
3 3
Cl C CH
(a) I < II < III (b) III < II < I (c) I< III < II (d) II < I < III
164. Which of the following statement is not correct
(a) Primary carbonium ions are more stable than secondary ones
(b) Secondary free radicals are more stable than primary free radicals
(c) Tertiary free radicals are more stable than secondary ones
(d) Tertiary carbonium ions are more stable than primary ones

165. In the mixture of conc.
4 2
SO H and
3
HNO the nitrating species is [MP PMT 2000]
(a)
4 2
O N (b)
+
2
NO (c)
2
NO (d)

2
NO
166. Strongest nucleophile is [BHU 2003]
(a)
2
RNH (b) ROH (c)

O H C
5 6
(d)

O CH
3

167. Which of the following act as nucleophiles [Roorkee 1999]
(a)
2 3
NH CH (b)

RO (c)
3
AlCl (d) MgBr CH
3

168. Which of the following is an electrophile [DCE 2000; KCET (Med.) 2001]
(a) O H
2
(b)
3
NH (c)
3
AlCl (d)
2 5 2
NH H C
169. Which of the following is not an electrophile [CBSE 2001]
(a)
+
Cl (b)
+
Na (c)
+
H (d)
3
BF
170. The weakest nucleophile in an aprotic solv ent is
(a)

I (b)

Br (c)

Cl (d)

F
171. Which of the following statements are correct
(a)

RO is a stronger nucleophile than

OH (b)

2
RCO is a stronger nucleophile than

OH
(c)

2
RCO is a stronger nucleophile than ROH (d)

RO is a weaker nucleophile than

OH
172. Which of the following species bear a positiv e charge
(a) H
H
H
B H : :


(b) : :
H
H
N H


(c) H
H
H
N H : :


(d) H
H
O H : :



173. Which of the following are nucleophiles
(a) Water (b) Ammonia (c) Tripheny lsulphide (d) Iodides
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
174. Which of the following are electrophiles
(a) Dimethy l sulphide (b) Bromides (c) Carbon dioxide (d) Ammonia
175. Which of the following are electrophiles
(a)
3
BF (b) :
2
C Cl (c)
+
4
NR (d)

I
176. Least reactiv e is
(a)
2 2
N CH (b) O C CH = =
2
(c)
2
: CH (d)
2
H C


177. Basic nature of
+
O H
3
, O H
2
and

OH is in order
(a)
+
< < OH O H O H
2 3
(b)
+
< < O H OH O H
3 2
(c)
+
< < O H O H OH
3 2
(d) O H O H OH
2 3
= =
+

178.

OH NH CH , ,
2 3
and

F in increasing
b
pk v alues are
(a)

F OH NH CH < < <
2 3
(b)

3 2
CH NH OH F < < < (c)

F CH NH OH < < <
3 2
(d) None of these
179.
+
N CH
4 3
) ( is neither an electrophile, nor a nucleophile because it
(a) Does not hav e electron pair for donation as well as can not attract electron pair
(b) Neither has electron pair available for donation nor can accommodate electron since all shells of N are fully occupied
(c) Can act as Lewis acid and base
(d) None
180. Sulphur trioxide is
(a) An electrophile (b) A nucleophile (c) A homoly tic reagent (d) A base
181. Which of the following can act as nucleophile [BHU 1992]
(a)
3
BF (b)
3
FeCl (c)
2
ZnCl (d) MgBr H C
5 2

182. The strongest base among the following is
(a)
+
4
NH (b)
3
: NH (c)
2
: H N (d) H O :
183. The electrophile in nitration of benzene is [Orissa JEE 2004]
(a)
+
2
NO (b)
2
NO (c)
+
NO (d)

2
NO
184. Which represent nucleophilic substitution [Orissa JEE 2004]
(a) Reaction of benzene with
2
Cl in sunlight (b) Benzy l bromide hydrolysis
(c) Reaction of NaOH with dinitroflurobenzene (d) Sulphonation of benzene

185. Which behaves both as a nucleophile and electrophile [IIT Screening 1991; Pb. CET 1985]
(a)
2 3
NH CH (b) Cl CH
3
(c) CN CH
3
(d) OH CH
3

186. Among the following compounds (I-III) the correct order of reaction with electrophiles is [CBSE 1997]





(a) II > III > I (b) III < I< II (c) I > II > III (d) I = II > III
187. Which of the following has the highest nucleophilicity [IIT Screening 2000]
(a)

F (b)

OH (c)

3
CH (d)

2
NH
188. The function of
3
AlCl in Friedel-Crafts reaction is [KCET 2003]
(a) To absorb HCl (b) To absorb water (c) To produce nucleophile (d) To produce electrophile
189. Which of the following arrangements show a correct order of nucleophilicity
(a)

> > > F Cl Br I (b)

> RO RS (c) : :
3 3
P R N R > (d)

> RS RO
190. The order of basicity of halides is
(a)

< < < F I Br Cl (b)

< < < Cl Br I F (c)

< < < F Cl Br I (d)

< < < Br I F Cl
191. The nucleophilicities of

RO N R C R , ,
2 3
and

F decrease in the order


(a)

> > > F RO N R C R
2 3
(b)

> > > C R N R RO F
3 2

(c)

> > > C R N R F RO
3 2
(d)

> > > N R F RO C R
2 3

192. The nucleophilicities of

RCOO HO RO , , , ROH and O H
2
are of the order
(a)

> > > > RCOO ROH O H RO HO
2
(b) O H ROH RCOO HO RO
2
> > > >


(c)

> > > > RO HO RCOO ROH O H
2
(d)

> > > > RO RCOO HO O H ROH
2

193. In nucleophilic substitutions, the relativ e reactiv ity of acy l compounds is
(a) Acy l chloride > ester > acid anhy dride > amide (b) Acid anhydride >acyl chloride > ester > amide
OCH3
(I) (II)
NO2
(III)




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(c) Acy l chloride > acid anhy dride > ester > ami de (d) Ester > acy l chloride > acid anhy dride >amide
194. Which of the following cannot be used for the sy nthesis of 2, 2 -dimethy lpropionic acid
(a)
+

H
CO
O Et Mg
CH
CH
Br C CH
3.
2.
, 1.
3
3
|
|
3
2
2
(b)
+


O H
O H
CN
CH
CH
Br C CH
3
2
-
3.
, OH 2.
1.
3
3
|
|
3

(c)
+


H
OH KMnO
CH
CH
OH CH CH C CH
2.
, 1.
3
3
2 2
|
|
3
4
(d)
+


H
OH KMnO
CH
CH
CHO C CH
2.
, 1.
3
3
|
|
3
4

195. The addition of KI increases the rate of the reaction HCl OH CH CH O H Cl CH CH + +
2 3 2 2 3
. This is because

I is
(a) A good nucleophile and a good leav ing group (b) A poor nucleophile and a poor leav ing group
(c) A poor nucleophile and a good leav ing group (d) None of these
196.
+ NBS A; A is


(a) (b) (c) (d)

197.
O O H
18
2
; + will be in

(a) A (b) O H
2
(c) Both (d) None of these
198. Acidic nature of OH CH
3
(I), SH CH
3
(II) and
2 3
NH CH (III) is in order
(a) III < II < I (b) III < I < II (c) I < II < III (d) II < I < III
199. Select the correct order of basic nature : [MP PMT 1993]
(a)

> > = > OH C CH CH CH CH CH
2 2 3
(b)

> = > > OH CH CH C CH CH CH
2 2 3

(c)

= > > > CH CH C CH OH CH CH
2 2 3
(d)

> = > >
2 3 2
CH CH CH CH C CH OH
200. In the following compounds,






The order of basicity is [IIT 1997]
(a) IV > I > III> II (b) III > I > IV > II (c) II > I > III > IV (d) I > III > II > IV
201. O C H =
2
behav es as
(a) Nucleophile (b) Electrophile (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these
202. Which one is electrophilic addition [AMU (Engg.) 1999]
(a) HCl Cl H C Cl CH CH + +
5 2 2 3 3
(b) CN OH C CH HCN O CH CH ) ( ) (
2 3 3
+ =
(c) CN OH CH CH HCN O C CH ) ( ) (
3 2 3
+ = (d) Br BrCH CH Br CH CH
2 2 2 2 2
+ =
203.



The above reaction proceeds through [AMU 2000]
(a) Nucleophilic substitution (b) Electrophilic substitution
(c) Free radical substitution (d) More than one of the abov e processes
204. An alkyl halide may be converted into an alcohol by [Pb. PMT 2000]
(a) Elimination (b) Addition (c) Substitution (d) Dehy drohalogenation
H
Br
Br
Br

N
|
H
(I)
N
(II)

N
|
H
O
(III)

N
|
H
(IV)
CH3

CH2 Cl
OH
18
OH

4 3
PO H

O
(A)
GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
205. The most common type of reaction in aromatic compounds is [Orissa JEE 2003]
(a) Elimination reaction (b) Addition reaction
(c) Electrophilic substitution reaction (d) Rearrangement reaction
206. Which one of the following reagents is used for detection of unsaturation in alkenes [EAMCET 2003]
(a) NaOH + CaO (b) Cold dilute alkaline
4
KMnO (c) hv Cl /
2
(d) OH H C KOH
5 2
/
207. Which one of the following statements is not characteristic of free radical chain reaction [JIPMER 1997]
(a) It gives major product deriv ed from most stable free radical
(b) It is usually sensitiv e to change in solv ent polarity
(c) It proceeds in three main steps like initiation, propag ation and termination
(d) It may be initiated by U.V. light
208. In the reaction
H
CH
C C
H
CH
3 3
=
4
2
CCl
Br
the products obtained are
(a)
H
H
CH
CH
C
C
Br
Br
3
3
|

(b)
Br
H
CH
CH
C
C
H
Br
3
3
|

(c)
H
Br
CH
CH
C
C
Br
H
3
3
|

(d) None of these


209. In the reaction
R
R
C C A H OH
R
R
C
H
C
o o
'
= +
'

acid Strong
alcohol 3 or 2
|
| |
|

Which of the following steps are not rate-determining
(a) A H H O
R
R
C
H
C +
'
|
|
|
|
A H
H
O
R
R
C
H
C :
| |
|
|
|
+
'


(b) H
H
O
R
R
C
H
C
'


| |
|
|
|
H
H
O
R
R
C
H
C +
'


| |
|

(c) A
R
R
C
H
C +
'


|
|
A H
R
R
C C +
'
= (d) None of these
210. Which of the following statements are true for the 1
N
S reactions of alky l halides
(a) The rate of an 1
N
S reaction depends on the concentration of the alky l halide
(b) The 1
N
S reactions of alky l halides are fav oured by polar solv ents
(c) The rate of an 1
N
S reaction depends on the concentration of the nucleophile
(d) The rate of an 1
N
S reaction depends on the concentration of the substrate as well as that of the nucleophile
211. In which of the following reactions is there a possibility of rearrangement
(a) 1
N
S reactions (b) 2
N
S reactions (c) E1 reactions (d) E2 reactions
212. Which of the following alky l halides would be the most reactiv e in an 2
N
S reaction
(a) Br CH CH CH H C
2 2 2 5 6
(b)
3
2
|
5 6
CH
Br HCH C H C (c)
3
3
|
|
5 6
CH
CH
Br C H C (d)
Br
CH CH CH H C
3
|
2 5 6

213. Which of the following alky l halides would be the most react iv e in an 1
N
S reaction
(a) Br CH CH CH H C
2 2 2 5 6
(b)
3
2
|
5 6
CH
Br CH H C H C (c)
3
3
|
|
5 6
CH
CH
Br C H C (d)
Br
CHCH CH H C
|
3 2 5 6

214. The hy droly sis of tert. buty lchloride follows
(a) First-order kinetics (b) Second-order kinetics (c) Pseudo first-order kinetics(d) None of these
215. The reaction of cis-2-butene with bromine giv es
(a) Meso dibromide (b) Racemic dibromide
(c) A mixture of meso and racemic dibromide (d) None of these
216. The product obtained in the reaction
A

4 2
3
|
3
|
|
3
SO H
CH
OH
CH
CH
H
C CH is




EDUDIGM Just do your best, God will do the rest
(a)
2
3
|
|
3
CH
CH
H
CH C CH = (b)
3
3
|
3
CH
CH CH C CH = (c)
3
3 2
|
2
CH
CH CH C CH = (d) None of these
217. On heating pheny lacetate in the presence of anhy drous aluminium chloride, we obtain
(a) Only o-hy droxy acetophenone (b) Only p-hy droxy acetophenone
(c) A mixture of o- and p-hy droxy acetophenone (d) None of these
218. The order of hy droly sis of the alky l halides (ally l, ) , 1 , 2 , 3
3
X CH by the 1
N
S path is
(a) X CH
3
1 2 3 allyl > > > > (b) X CH
3
allyl 3 2 1 > > > >
(c) allyl 3 2 1
3
> > > > X CH (d) allyl 3 2 1
3
> > > > X CH
219. The rate of hy droly sis of alky l halides
o o o
3 , 2 , 1 and X CH
3
by the 2
N
S path is
(a) X CH
3
3 2 1 > > > (b) > > > 1 2 3
3
X CH (c) > > > 3 2 1
3
X CH (d) X CH
3
1 2 3 > > >