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Acyl Chlorides Quiz

MCQ: Acyl chlorides (-COCl) quickly undergoes hydrolysis at room temperature with

  1. strong alkali
  2. water
  3. strong base
  4. strong acid


Electronic Configurations Quiz

MCQ: When electrons (e-) are removed from atom, positive ions are

  1. reduced
  2. produced
  3. attracted
  4. repelled


Balancing Equation: Period 3 Chlorides Quiz

MCQ: Upon the reaction between PCl5(l) and H2O(l), the products include an acid and

  1. HPO3 (aq)
  2. H2PO2 (aq)
  3. H3PO4 (aq)
  4. H2PO4


Introduction to Alcohols Quiz

MCQ: When hydroxyl group is attached to carbon atom bonded to two other carbon atoms, the alcohol formed is

  1. primary alcohol
  2. secondary alcohol
  3. tertiary alcohol
  4. quaternary alcohol


Equilibrium Position Quiz

MCQ: Le chatellier's principle states that if one or more factors disturbs the equilibrium, the position of equilibrium will shift where the change will be

  1. reduced
  2. induced
  3. increased
  4. oxidized