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Haloalkane: Quiz

  

Question 1: In primary (1°) haloalkanes, the ________ that carries the halogen atom is only attached to one other alkyl group.
OxygenUraniumCarbonAluminium

Question 2: Tertiary alkanol reacts with ________ directly to produce tertiary chloroalkane, but if primary or secondary alkanol is used, an activator such as zinc chloride is needed.
EthanolHydrochloric acidSulfuric acidHydrogen chloride

Question 3: Short chain haloalkanes such as ________, trichloromethane (chloroform) and tetrachloromethane are commonly used as hydrophobic solvents in chemistry.
DichloromethaneCarbon tetrachlorideMethyl iodideBromoform

Question 4: Haloalkanes are better ________ than the corresponding alkanes.
SolubilitySolventSolutionSolvation

Question 5: (Hydrolysis of bromoethane, for example, yields ________).
1,4-ButanediolFlumazenilEthanolAlcoholic beverage

Question 6: ________ - a reaction in which water breaks a bond - is a good example of the nucleophilic nature of halogenoalkanes.
AcidCarbohydrateCelluloseHydrolysis

Question 7: This results in an electron deficient (electrophilic) carbon which, inevitably, attracts ________.
NucleophileNitrogenBromineOxygen

Question 8: Alkali metals such as sodium and ________ are able to cause alkyl halides to couple in the Wurtz reaction, giving symmetrical alkanes.
CaesiumAluminiumUraniumLithium

Question 9: cyanide, thiocyanate, ________); the halogen is replaced by the respective group.
AzideAlkyneNitrogenAmine

Question 10: Haloalkanes containing carbon bonded to fluorine, chlorine, ________, and iodine results in organofluorine, organochlorine, organobromine and organoiodine compounds, respectively.
Mercury (element)OxygenBromineSilver
















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