Organic Chemistry Quiz
This is a formative quiz on some of the fundamental concepts covered in this Organic Chemistry unit so far. Try your best on the questions, and note any mistakes you make. Remember, your summative quiz is next Wednesday, November 28th.
1. An organic molecule's structure is shown below.
Name all of the functional groups in the molecule pictured above.
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2. Which of the following is not true about a homologous series?
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3. Which of the following is an incorrect name for a molecule?
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4. The following molecules are structural isomers.
Which of the above would have a higher boiling point? Explain your choice.
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5. The formula C2H4O2 has several structural isomers. What functional group could NOT exist in one of these isomers?
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6. Addition of a hydrogen halide to an alkene will result in:
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7. Write the following types of compounds in order of least to most oxidized. Aldehyde, Alkane, Carbon dioxide, Alkene, Alcohol.
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8. Reaction of a tertiary alcohol with potassium dichromate under reflux conditions will produce:
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Functional groups that are generally basic commonly contain which element:
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The molecule 2-pentanol can be oxidized with potassium permanganate in acidic solution to form a(n):
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What happens in the initiation step of the halogenation of an alkane?
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