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Hydrogen chloride: Quiz


Question 1: Inhalation of the fumes can cause coughing, ________, inflammation of the nose, throat, and upper respiratory tract, and in severe cases, pulmonary edema, circulatory system failure, and death.
DrowningRespiratory diseaseChokingAsthma

Question 2: In part due to its high polarity, HCl is very ________ in water (and in other polar solvents).
SolutionSolubility equilibriumSolubilityPartition coefficient

Question 3: HCl can also be prepared by the ________ of certain reactive chloride compounds such as phosphorus chlorides, thionyl chloride (SOCl2), and acyl chlorides.

Question 4: The largest production of hydrochloric acid is integrated with the formation of chlorinated and fluorinated organic compounds, e.g., Teflon, ________, and other CFCs, as well as chloroacetic acid, and PVC.
HalomethaneCarbon tetrachlorideChloroformChlorofluorocarbon

Question 5:
What is the chemical name of Hydrogen chloride (IUPAC)
bis {-2,6,6-trimethylbicyclo 3.1.1 heptan-3-yl} borane
1,3-bis-, -propan- 2-one

Question 6:
What is Hydrogen chloride also known as?
Butyl acetone

Question 7: At room temperature, it is a colorless ________, which forms white fumes of hydrochloric acid upon contact with atmospheric humidity.
Thermodynamic temperatureAtomGasSpecific heat capacity

Question 8:
The ________ of gaseous hydrogen chloride consists of a number of sharp absorption lines grouped around 2886 cm−1 (wavelength ~3.47 µm).
Infrared spectroscopyUltraviolet-visible spectroscopySpectroscopyRaman spectroscopy

Question 9: Most hydrogen chloride produced on an industrial scale is used for ________ production.
Sodium carbonateHydrochloric acidSulfuric acidEthanol

Question 10: Reaction of water with ________ (PCl3) also yields HCl.
Phosphorus trichloridePhosphorus pentachloridePhosphoryl chloridePhosphorus tribromide


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