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Higher Chemistry

Unit 2

Section 2 Hydrocarbons

Multiple Choice Questions

This is designed to be used by teachers to help students develop skills in answering multiple choice questions.


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

1.The general formula for the alkanes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

2.The general formula for the alkenes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

3.The general formula for the alkynes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

4.Which statement about benzene is correct?

A. Benzene is an isomer of cyclohexane

B. Benzene reacts with bromine solution as if it

is unsaturated

C. The ratio of carbon to hydrogen atoms in

benzene is the same as in ethyne

D. Benzene undergoes addition reactions more readily than hexene

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

5.The process of catalytic cracking involves using

A.an aluminium catalyst to produce smaller hydrocarbons

B.an aluminium catalyst to produce larger hydrocarbons

C.an aluminium oxide catalyst to produce smaller hydrocarbons

D. an aluminium oxide catalyst to produce larger hydrocarbons

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

6.How many isomers are there of pentane?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

7.How many other unsaturated isomers are there of pent-1-ene?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

8.How many cyclic isomers are there of pentene?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

9.Which hydrocarbon has a molecular formula different from that of the other three?

A. 2,2-dimethyl, 3, 3-dimethylbutane

B. 3-ethylpentane

C. 2,3-dimethylpentane

D. 2,3-dimethyl,3-methylbutane

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

10.Which hydrocarbon has the same formula mass as

3,3-dimethylbut-1-ene?

A. CH3C(CH3)2CH2CH3

B. CH2C(CH3)CH2CH3

C. CH2C(CH3)CH2CH2CH3

D. CH3CH(CH3)CH(CH3)2

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

1.The general formula for the alkanes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

B.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

2.The general formula for the alkenes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

A.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

3.The general formula for the alkynes is

A. CnH2n

B. CnH2n+2

C. CnH2n-2

D. CnHn

C.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

4.Which statement about benzene is correct?

A. Benzene is an isomer of cyclohexane

B. Benzene reacts with bromine solution as if it

is unsaturated

C. The ratio of carbon to hydrogen atoms in

benzene is the same as in ethyne

D. Benzene undergoes addition reactions more readily than hexene

C.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

5.The process of catalytic cracking involves using

A.an aluminium catalyst to produce smaller hydrocarbons

B.an aluminium catalyst to produce larger hydrocarbons

C.an aluminium oxide catalyst to produce smaller hydrocarbons

D. an aluminium oxide catalyst to produce larger hydrocarbons

C.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

6.How many isomers are there of pentane?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

C.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

7.How many other unsaturated isomers are there of pent-1-ene?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

D.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

8.How many cyclic isomers are there of pentene?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

D.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

9.Which hydrocarbon has a molecular formula different from that of the other three?

A. 2,2-dimethyl, 3, 3-dimethylbutane

B. 3-ethylpentane

C. 2,3-dimethylpentane

D. 2,3-dimethyl,3-methylbutane

A.

Answer


Higher ChemistryUnit 2 - Section 2 HydrocarbonsMultiple Choice Questions

10.Which hydrocarbon has the same formula mass as

3,3-dimethylbut-1-ene?

A. CH3C(CH3)2CH2CH3

B. CH2C(CH3)CH2CH3

C. CH2C(CH3)CH2CH2CH3

D. CH3CH(CH3)CH(CH3)2

C.

Answer


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