JEE Question Paper 1998.
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A new carbon-carbon bond formation is possible in:
(A) Cannizzaro reaction (B) Friedel-Crafts alkylation
(C) Clemmensen reduction (D) Reimer-Tiemann reactior
White phosphorus (P4) has:
(A) six P-P single bonds (B) four P—P single bonds
(C) four lone pairs of electrons (D) PPP angle of 60°.
Which of the following will react with water:
(A) CHC13 (B) C13CCHO
(C) CCI4 (D) CICH2CH2CI
The standard reduction potential values of three metallic cations, X. Y, Z are 0.52, —3.03 and —1.18V respectively. The order of reducing power of the corresponding metals is:
Among the following compounds, which will react with acetone to give a product containing> C = N —:
(A) C6H5NH2 (B) (CH3)3N
(C) C6H5NHC6H5 (D) C6F-I5NHNH2
Which of the following compounds will show geometrical isomerism:
(A) 2-butene (B) propene
(C) 1-phenyipropene (D) 2-methyl-2-butene
The geometry and the type of hybrid orbital present about the central atom in BF3 is:
(A) linear, sp (B) trigonal planar. sp2
(C) tetrahedral, sp3 (I)) pyramidal, sp3
Benzyl chloride (C6 H 5CH2C1) can be pr pared from toluene by chlorination with:
(A) S02C12 (B) SOCI2
(C) Cl2 (D) NaOCI
Which of th following will undergo aldol condensation:
(A) acetaldehyde (B) propanaldehyde
(C) berizaldehyde (D) trideuteroacetaldehyde