Entry Test MCQ :: Alcohols Phenols and Ethers

11.  Which alcohol will undergo elimination reaction to give alkene in the presence of acidic potassium dichromate?
A. Primary alcohol B. Secondary alcohol
C. Tertiary alcohol D. All of above

12.  The distinction test for primary secondary and tertiary alcohol required to react each of them is
A. Cone. HCI and anhydrous SOCl2 B. Cone. HCI and anhydrous CaCl2
C. Cone. HCI and anhydrous PCl2 D. Cone. HCI and anhydrous ZnCl2

13.  Which compound is also known by the name of carbolic acid?
A. C2H2OH B. H2CO3
C. C6H5OH D. H3PO3

14.  The given dissociation constant (Ka) value 1.3x10-10 is of
A. Alcohol B. Acetic acid
C. Water D. Phenol

15.  Heating phenol with Zn will yield
A. Benzene B. Benzoic acid
C. Phenoxide D. Cyclohexane

16.  When phenol is heated with concentrated nitric acid the product is
A. Picric acid B. o-nitrophenol
C. 1 3 5 -trinitro benzene D. p-nitrophenol

17.  Treating phenol with formaldehyde in the presence of dilute base forms Bakelite. The process involved is
A. oxidation B. elimination
C. condensation polymerization D. additional polymertization

18.  Which compound shows hydrogen bonding?
A. C2H6 B. C2H5Cl

19.  Ethanol can be converted into ethanoic acid by
A. Hydrogenation B. Hydration
C. Oxidation D. Fermentation

20.  Methyl alcohol is not used
A. As a solvent B. As an antifreezing agent
C. As a substitute for petrol D. For denaturing of ethyl alcohol

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