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Quiz 2

This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1
1 Which of the following is a correct name?
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Question 2
2 Which of the following is not a true statement?
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Question 3
3 Identify the pair of structures that are not tautomers.
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Question 4
4 Which of the following compounds will be formed when 3-heptyne undergoes acid-catalyzed hydration?
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Question 5
5 Chain-growth polymers make up one of the two major classes of synthetic polymers. The other is
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Question 6
6 Polystyrene and polyvinyl chloride are examples of
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Question 7
7 Which represents the correct relative electronegativities?
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Question 8
8 Acetylide ions are used
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Question 9
9 What sequence of reactions will convert 1-heptyne into 4-decyne?
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Question 10
10 What combination of alkyne and alkyl halide would be the best to use for the synthesis of 4-octyne?
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Question 11
11 Which of the following represents the correct relative acidities?
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Question 12
12 Which of the following ketones has more than one tautomer?
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Question 13
13 Biopolymers and ___________ constitute the two major groups of polymers.
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Question 14
14 What starting material would you use to form -(CH(Cl)CH(Cl))n- ?
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Question 15
15 Which sequence of reagents would you use to synthesize 2-butanol from propyne?
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