NMDCAT Practice test + Notes Chapter #9

Alkyl Halide + Alcohol & Phenol + Aldehyde & Ketone is the syllabus of today for the NMDCAT practice test and discussion. It is chapter 9 according to the KIPS syllabus.

Alkyl Halide + Alcohol & Phenol + Aldehyde & Ketone, NMDCAT Chemistry through practice test and discussion.

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Which of the following is deciding factor for reactivity of alkyl halide
A. Bond polarity
B. Bond energy
C. Bond length
D. Both ‘A’ and ‘B’

Answer: B

2-Iodo-2-methylpentane is an example of
A. 1° alkyl halide
B. 2° alkyl halide
C. 3° alkyl halide
D. Dihaloalkane

Answer: C

By considering the factor ‘Bond Energy’ which is the correct order for reactivity of R-X?
A. R-I>R-Br> R-CI > R-F
B. R-I<R-Br<R-CI < R-F
C. R-I>R-Br> R-F> R-CI
D. R-F> R-Br> R-CI > R – I

Answer: A

In SN reactions of alkyl halides, Nucleophile attacks on
A. Nucleophilic Halogen atom
B. Electrophilic carbon atom
C. Leaving group
D. can attack both carbon atom and halogen atom

Answer: B

Attacking of Nucleophile and leaving of leaving group happens simultaneously in:
A. E1
B. E2
C. SN1
D. SN2

Answer: D

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