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GENERAL AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY INDIVIDUAL EXAM


General Instruction: Use blue or black ball pen only. NO ERASURES of any sort. You may
use your test questionnaire as your scratch. CHEATING OF ANY FORMS is strictly
PROHIBITED. If you have concerns, do not talk to your classmates. Ask the instructor/proctor.
1. According to IUPAC nomenclature,
which of the following is the name
for the compound shown below?
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
a. 3-butyl-2-(1methylethyl)pentane
b. 2-isopropyl-3-butylpentane
c. 2-isopropyl-3-ethylheptane
d. 4-ethyl-2,3dimethyloctane
e. 2-isododecane
7.
8. If 4.0 g of a gas occupies 11.2 L at
0.0C and 0.25 atmosphere, then
the molecular mass of the gas is
a. 8.0 g
b. 16 g
c. 32 g
d. 48 g
e. 64 g
9.
10. The compound shown below is a
11.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Triglyceride
Trinucleotide
Tripeptide
Trisaccharide
Triterpenes

12.
13. A hydrogen in which position in the
structure shown below is most
acidic?

14.
a.
b.
c.
d.

A
B
C
D

e. E
15.
16. The ions with more than one
oxidation number are:
I. Cobalt
II. Zinc
III. Chromium
IV. Potassium
17.
a. I and III
b. I, II, and III
c. II and III
d. II, III and IV
18.
19. Observable characteristic of the
gas evolve when a compound
containing an acetate ion is
reacted with conc. Oil of vitriol and
grain alcohol:
a. Sour smell
b. Sweet smell
c. Rotten egg odor
d. Fruity odor
20.
21. Which of the following processes is
an example of physical change?
a. Distillation of water
b. Digestion of food
c. Fermentation of coconut
water
d. Combustion of methane
22.
23. Graphite is an allotrope of this
element:
a. Sodium
b. Calcium
c. Lead
d. Carbon
24.
25. Azeotropes can be described as:
a. Different
atoms/elements
with same mass number
b. A mixture that has a
constant boiling point and
behaves
like
a
pure
substance

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c. Compounds with the same


molecular
formula
but
different structural formula
d. Atoms with same number of
neutrons
26.
27. P1T2=P2T1 is the equation for this
law:
a. Charles law
b. Daltons Law
c. Boyles Law
d. Gay-Lussacs Law
28.
29. The compounds butan-2-one and
but-2-en-2-ol can be classified as:
O
OH
30.
31. H C
CH3
H2C
CH3
3
a. Diastereomers
b. Meso compounds
c. Enantiomers
d. Tautomers
32.
33. Chemical name of HClO2:
a. Chlorous acid
b. Chloric acid
c. Hypochlorous acid
d. Hydrochloric acid
34.
35. Also known as emphyreal air
a. Nitrogen
b. Oxygen
c. Hydrogen
d. Helium
36.
37. It is the process of rapid settling of
precipitate in semi micro analysis.
a. Filtration
b. Centrifugation
c. Decantation
d. Precipitation
38.
39. Molecules that are not mirror
image
molecules,
neither
superimposable with each other.
a. Enantiomers
b. Constitutional isomers
c. Epimers
d. Diastereomers
e. Meso compounds
40.
41. Acetylene is a synonym for:
a. Ethyne
b. Ethene

c. Ethane
d. Acetate

42.
43. Oxygen has three isotopes with
mass number of 16, 17 and 18.
How many protons and neutrons
does
each
isotope
have
respectively?
a. p=8, n=8; p=9, n=8; p=10,
n=8
b. p=8, n=8; p=8, n=9; p=9,
n=9
c. p=8, n=8; p=9, n=8; p=8,
n=10
d. p=8, n=8; p=8, n=9;
p=8, n=10
44.
45. Which of the following names is
NOT correct?
a. 3,3-dichlorooctane
b. 3,4,4,5-tetramethylhept-2ene
c. 2,2,2-trimethyl-3ethyloctane
d. Propylcyclopentane
46.
47. These are negatively charged ions
produced by ionization of acids and
salts.
a. Cations
b. Anions
c. Both
d. None of the above
48.
49. Calculate the concentration in %
(m/m) of a solution containing 20.5
g of LiF dissolved in 340.0 g of H2O.
a. 1.14% (m/m)
b. 5.69% (m/m)
c. 6.03% (m/m)
d. 6.42% (m/m)
50.
51. What volume, in milliliters, of 4.0 M
NaOH is needed to prepare 145 ml
of 0.15 M NaOH by dilution?
a. 3.9x103 ml
b. 5.4 ml
c. 2.6x10-4 ml
d. 0.18 ml
52.
53. Compared to pure water, a 1 M
sugar-water solution will have a

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a. Lower vapor pressure, lower


boiling point and lower
freezing point
b. Higher
vapor
pressure,
higher boiling point and
higher freezing point
c. Lower vapor pressure,
higher boiling point and
lower freezing point
d. Lower vapor pressure, lower
boiling point and higher
freezing point
54. What is the freezing point for a
solution containing 1.00 mole of
NaCl
(an
ionic
component)
dissolved in 1.00 kg of water?
a. +1.86C
b. -1.86C
c. +3.72C
d. -3.72C
55.
56. If two solutions with concentrations
of 0.4 M sugar and 0.7 M sugar
respectively are separated by a
semipermeable membrane, during
osmosis there is a net flow of
a. Sugar molecules from the
concentrated to the dilute
solution
b. Sugar molecules from the
dilute to the concentrated
solution
c. Water molecules from the
concentrated to the dilute
solution
d. Water molecules from
the
dilute
to
the
concentrated solution.
57.
58. Which of the following solutions
would always contain 10.0 g of
solute per 40.0 g of solvent?
a. 20.0% (m/m) solution
b. 25.0% (m/v) solution
c. 25.0% (v/v) solution
d. More than one correct
response
e. No correct response
59.
60. In which of the following pairings
are the terms closely related?
a. Hemolysis,
hypotonic
solution

b. Hypertonic, higher osmotic


pressure than within cells
c. Isotonic solution, crenation
d. More than one correct
response
e. No correct response

61.
62. According to the Bronsted-Lowry
theory, a base is a(n)
a. Proton donor
b. Proton acceptor
c. Electron donor
d. Electron acceptor
63.
64. Which of the following is pure?
a. Muriatic acid
b. Coffee drink
c. Iodized salt
d. Table salt
65. The
following
are
extrinsic
properties except:
a. Volume
b. Length
c. Concentration
d. None of the above
66.
67. A compound contains 38.7% C,
9.7% H and 51.6% O. The molar
mass is 62 g/mo. What is the
empirical formula?
a. C2H4O2
b. CH3O
c. C2H6O2
d. CH2O2
68.
69. Elements combine in fixed ratios of
whole
numbers
to
form
compounds.
a. Law
of
Definite
Proportion
b. Law of Mass Action
c. Law of Conservation of Mass
d. Law of Multiple Proportions
70.
71. _____ is a _____-charged electrode
where _____ migrate and ______
occurs.
a. Cathode;
(+);
anions;
reduction
b. Cathode;
(-);
cations;
oxidation
c. Anode;
(+);
anions;
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d. Anode;
reduction

(-);

cations;

72.
73. This is a process when a solid turns
into a liquid.
a. Melting
b. Fusion
c. Deposition
d. A & B
e. A, B & C
74.
75. Which of the following forms an
acid when reacted with water?
a. FeO
b. CO2
c. MgO
d. Al2O3
76.
77. The following reactions take place
in an anode:
i. Removal of oxygen
ii. Loss of electrons
iii. Addition of hydrogen
iv. Increase in oxidation
state
78.
a. I and III
b. II and III
c. III and IV
d. II and IV
79.
80. How many moles of O2 are there in
the following reaction?
81.
CO2 + H2O C6H12O6 + O2
a. 1
b. 6
c. 3
d. 12
82.
83. In the reaction Fe + CuSO4 FeSO4
+ Cu, iron acts as a(n)
a. Limiting reagent
b. Excess reagent
c. Oxidizing agent
d. Reducing agent
84.
85. Reaction of a nonmetal oxide and
water produces a(n);
a. Acid
b. Base
c. Salt
d. Non-metal
86.

87. Reaction between sodium chloride


silver nitrate involves
a. Metathesis
b. Neutralization
c. Single displacement
d. Decomposition
88.
89. The smallest particle of matter
which enters in a chemical
reaction.
a. Molecule
b. Atom
c. Compound
d. Element
90.
91. Darmstadtium is formed by nuclear
fusion of the following elements:
a. Ni + Pb
b. Cu + Sn
c. Cu + Zn
d. Ni + Cu
92.
93. Degree of randomness/disorder of
a system
a. Spontaneity
b. Enthalpy
c. Diffusion
d. Entropy
94.
95. Indicates shape of the electron
cloud
a. Spin quantum number
b. Principal quantum number
c. Magnetic quantum number
d. Azimuthal quantum
number
96.
97. No two electrons can have the
same set of quantum numbers.
a. Heisenberg Uncertainty
Principle
b. (n+L) Rule
c. Aufbau Principle
d. Paulis Exclusion
Principle
98.
99. Arrange the following according to
increasing energy level.
i. 3d
ii. 3p
iii. 3s
iv. 4s
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b. III, II, IV, I


c. II, III, I, IV
d. I, III, IV, II
100.
101.
Most abundant isotope of
hydrogen
a. Hydronium
b. Protium
c. Deuterium
d. Tritium
102.
103.
Authors of the First Periodic
Law
a. Meyer and Mendeleev
b. Newland
c. Moseley
d. Watson and Crick
104.
105.
There are ____ groups in the
periodic table
a. 7
b. 8
c. 16
d. 18
106.
107.
There are ____ families in
the periodic table
a. 7
b. 8
c. 16
d. 18
108.
109.
Which of the following has
he 2nd lowest nonmetallic property?
a. Li
b. K
c. Rb
d. Na
110.
111.
Densest element in the
periodic table
a. Au
b. Os
c. Ag
d. Al
112.
113.
Radiation with the greatest
penetrating power
a. Alpha
b. Beta
c. Gamma
d. Positron
114.

115.
Least reactive of all the
metals
a. Au
b. Ag
c. As
d. At
116.
117.
All belong to the third triad
except
a. Ru
b. Os
c. Ir
d. Pt
118.
119.
Most reactive group of
elements
a. Lanthanide metals
b. Alkaline earth metals
c. Actinide metals
d. Alkali metals
120.
121.
Which of the following does
not have a polar covalent bond?
a. H2O
b. CH4
c. CO2
d. HCl
122.
123.
Type of bonding between
non-polar molecules
a. London Dispersion Forces
b. Debye forces
c. Keesom forces
d. Ion-induced dipole forces
124.
125.
Gas A, B, and C has a partial
pressure of 1.5 atm, 2.6 atm and
1.9 atm, respectively. Calculate for
the mole fraction of Gas C.
a. 0.19
b. 0.25
c. 0.32
d. 0.43
126.
127.
Which of the following is a
colligative property?
a. Melting point
b. Boiling point elevation
c. Freezing point
d. Isoelectric point
128.
129.
Parts per million can be
expressed as:

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a.
b.
c.
d.

mg/g
kg/g
mg/kg
mcg/kg

130.
131.
Allows exchange of neither
matter nor energy
a. Isolated
b. Open
c. Closed
d. Permeable
132.
133.
Precipitating agent of Group
I cations
a. H2S
b. HCl
c. H2SO4
d. HNO3
134.
135.
Strontium imparts a _____
color under a non-luminous flame.
a. Crimson red
b. Brick red
c. Carmine red
d. Scarlet red
136.
137.
Which of these compounds
possesses
the
most
oxidized
group?
a. Propene
b. Glutaraldehyde
c. Ethanoic acid
d. Neopentane
138.
139.
The
hybrid
orbital
in
methane is
a. sp
b. sp2
c. sp3
d. p
140.
141.
Which of these names will
be wrong following IUPAC rules?
a. 2-methyl-1,3-pentadiene
b. 2-ethyl-2-buten-1-ol
c. 6-bromo-4-methyloctane
d. All these are valid IUPAC
names
142.
143.
A saturated compound
a. Mineral chameleon
b. Acrolein
c. Glycerol

d. Alpha-naphthol
144.
145.
as;

146.
147.

153.

1,3-butadiene is classified
a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

154.
155.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Allenic
Conjugated
Nonconjugated
None of the above
Most toxic metal
148. a. Pb
149. b. Be
150. c. Hg
151. d. Cd
152.
Mercaptans are
Thioethers
Thiols
Nitrophenols
Nonconjugated
heterocyclics
Six carbon dicarboxylic acid
Glutaric
Suberic
Sebacic
Adipic

156.
157.
Which of the following
structure of pentane has the lowest
boiling point?
a. CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
b. CH3-CH3-CH(CH3)-CH3
c. C(CH3)4
d. CH3-CH(CH3)-CH2-CH3
158.
159.
O-xylene
and
m-xylene
belong to what type of isomers?
a. Positional
b. Geometric
c. Chain
d. Functional
160.
161.
Which of these are not
functional isomers?
a. Propanal and propanone
b. Diethylether and butanol
c. Propionic
acid
and
methylacetate
d. Hexene and cyclohexane
162.
163.
This
refers
to
the
retardation of possible inter- or

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intramolecular
interactions
of
smaller
functional
groups
in
molecules as a result of crowding
or presence of bulky groups
a. Resonance
b. Steric effect
c. Inductive effect
d. Hyperconjugation
164.
165.
Ketones can be prepared by
the oxidation of
a. Primary alcohols
b. Secondary alcohols
c. Tertiary alcohols
d. Any of the above
166.
167.
Lassaignes
test
is
a
qualitative test for the presence of
elements like sulfur and nitrogen in
an organic compound. The Ferrox
test utilizes ferric ammonium
sulfate and KSCN reagents.
a. Only the first statement is
true
b. Only the second statement
is true
c. Both statements are true
d. Both statements are false
168.
169.
If an organic compound
tests positive in the Beilstein test,
what will be the observed result?
a. Evolution of foul-smelling
gas
b. Effervescence
c. Green flame
d. Violet-colored organic layer
170.
171.
Tollens test is used to
identify
a. Unsaturated hydrocarbons
b. Aldehydes
c. Silver ions
d. Organic nitrates
172.
173.
The Schiffs test is a test for
aldehydes. The positive result is
a. Formation of a dark green
complex
b. Evolution of sour odor
c. Formation of a violet or
wine-purple coloredsolution

d. Formation of a buff or
salmon pink precipitate

174.
175.
The chromic acid test for
alcohols works by this mechanism
a. Oxidation
b. Addition
c. Acid-base reaction
d. Complex formation
176.
177.
Lucas test gives the fastest
reaction to which of these?
a. Methanol
b. Ethanol
c. Isopropyl alcohol
d. Tert-butyl alcohol
178.
179.
Which amine is most basic?
a. Primary
b. Secondary
c. Tertiary
d. Aromatic
180.
181.
Arrange the following in
increasing alcohol concentration:
182.
a.
Diluted<Rubbing<Absolute<Deh
ydrated
183.
b.
Diluted<Rubbing<Dehydrated<Absol
ute
184.
c.
Rubbing<Diluted<Dehydrated<Absol
ute
185.
d.
Rubbing<Diluted<Absolute<Dehydra
ted
186.
187.
Identify the structure
illustrated below:
188.
189.
190.
a. Naphthalene
b. Quinolone
c. Pyrrolidine
d. Pyrimidine
191.
192.
Which of the following
properties is a unique property of
Carbon?
a. High melting point
b. Catenation

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c. Eutexia
d. Electrical conduction
193.
Monocarboxylic acid
containing 2 carbons
a. Acetic
b. Adipic
c. Oxalic
d. Sebacic
194.
195.
Calcium has an electronic
configuration of:
a. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2
b. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2
c. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p1
d. 1s2 2s2 2p2
196.
197.
The number of moles of
solute per 1000 g of solvent:
a. Normality
b. Molarity
c. Molality
d. None of the above
198.
199.
If one mole of oxygen
molecules weighs 32 grams, how
many molecules are present in one
mole of carbon?
a. 16
b. 32x1023
c. 6.02x1023
d. 32
200.
201.
The structure below is also
known as:
202.
203.
204.
205.
a. Trans-1,2-dichloroethene
b. Cis-1,2-dichloroethene
c. Trans-1,2-dimethylpropane
d. Trans-2-pentene
206.
207.
Which of the following
formulas of ionic compounds is the
least likely to be correct?
a. NH4Cl
b. Ba(OH)2
c. Na2SO4
d. Ca2NO3
208.
209.
Alkali metals are found in
their free state.

210. They are chemically very


reactive
a. Only the first statement is
true
b. Only the second statement
is true
c. Both statement is true
d. Both statement is false.
211.
212.
How many moles of O2 are
there in the following reaction?
213. CO2 + H2O C6H12O6 + O2
a. 1
b. 6
c. 3
d. 12
214.
215.
Calculate the concentration
in % (m/m) of a solution containing
20.5 g of LiF dissolved in 340.0 g of
H2O.
a. 1.14% (m/m)
b. 5.69% (m/m)
c. 6.03% (m/m)
d. 6.42% (m/m)
216.
217.
According
to
IUPAC
nomenclature,
which
of
the
following is the name for the
compound shown below?
218.
219.
220.
221.
222.
a. 3-butyl-2-(1methylethyl)pentane
b. 2-isopropyl-3-butylpentane
c. 2-isopropyl-3-ethylheptane
d. 4-ethyl-2,3dimethyloctane
e. 2-isododecane
223.
224.
Six carbon dicarboxylic acid
a. Glutaric
b. Suberic
c. Sebacic
d. Adipic
225.
226.
Which of these names will
be wrong following IUPAC rules?
a. 2-methyl-1,3-pentadiene
b. 2-ethyl-2-buten-1-ol

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c. 6-bromo-4-methyloctane
d. All these are valid IUPAC
names
227.
228.
A saturated compound
a. Mineral chameleon
b. Acrolein
c. Glycerol
d. Alpha-naphthol
229.
230.
Arrange the following
according to increasing energy
level.

231.
232.

a.
b.
c.
d.

233.

i. 3d
ii. 3p
iii. 3s
iv. 4s
I, II, III, IV
III, II, IV, I
II, III, I, IV
I, III, IV, II
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