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Quiz 1

This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1
1 In what orbitals are the lone pairs of electrons on the oxygen atom in furan?
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Question 2
2 For a compound to be aromatic, how many pi electrons must be in the pi cloud?
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Question 3
3 Which of the following molecules is not aromatic?
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Question 4
4 Which series of reactions would give 1-phenylbutane as the major product?
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Question 5
5 What purpose does sulfuric acid play in the nitration of benzene?
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Question 6
6 For which set of conditions would a Friedel–Crafts alkylation of benzene not occur?
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Question 7
7 How many pi electrons are there in purine?
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Question 8
8 Which of the following is not required for a molecule to be aromatic?
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Question 9
9 How many ring atoms have a partial positive charge in the carbocation intermediate that is formed in an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction of benzene?
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Question 10
10 What is the hybridization of the oxygen in furan?
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Question 11
11 What role does the Fe(III) halide play in the halogenation of aromatic compounds with Cl2 or Br2?
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Question 12
12 Why must more than one equivalent of AlCl3 be used in the Friedel–Crafts acylation of benzene?
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Question 13
13 Which of the following would not give 2-phenylbutane as the major product in a Friedel–Crafts alkylation reaction?
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Question 14
14 What is formed when acetic anhydride is reacted with AlCl3?
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Question 15
15 Which of the following is not true about electrophilic substitution reactions?
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