In the following reaction the catalyst used is:
3. Zn dust 4. and
The product "A" formed is?
Which of the following bromides is the major product of the reaction shown below, assuming that there are no carbocation rearrangement?
Major product (A) is:
Product (C) of the above reaction is :
; This conversion can be achieved by:
Which alkyne will give 3-ethylhexane on catalytic hydrogenation?
To carry out above conversion, (A) and (B) respectively, are :
(a) NaNH2, Cl - CH2ーCH2 - CH2 - Br
(b) NaNH2, CH2-CH2-CH2-Br
(c) NaNH2, l-CH2ーCH2-CH2-Br
(d) NaNH2, I-CH2-CH2-CH2-I
All the hydrocarbons shown are very weak acids. One, however, is far more acidic than the others. Which one is the strongest acid?
Product (C) is:-
Product (A) in this reaction is:
Which of the following is not an aromatic compound?
(a) (b) (c) (d)
In the above compound Cl will liberated easily in the form of:
Product (B) is :
(A), Product (A) of this reaction is:
p-Toluidine reacts with benzene diazonium chloride to form compound, which on boiling with aq. H2SO4 give .......... products:
Friedel-Crafts acylation reaction can be used to obtain the compounds
(a) II,III and IV
(b) I,III and IV
(c) I and II
(d) II and III
Partial oxidation of methane with Ni/Al2O3 catalyst gives:
3. H2O and CO2
4. CO and H2O
What products are formed when the following compound is treated with Br2 in the
presence of FeBr3?
Identity Z in the sequence of reactions,
In the following reaction, What will be the major product?
Nitrobenzene can be prepared from benzene by using a mixture of conc HNO3 and conc.
H2SO4. In the mixture, nitric acid acts as a/an:
1. reducing agent
The no. of isomeric sodium salt that will be required to obtain neopentane.
Most probable mechanism for this reaction is-
The type of reaction and intermediate of decarboxylation reaction are.-
Which of the following has maximum melting point ?
XY (major product)
The product Y is