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Quiz 2



This activity contains 13 questions.

Question 1
1 Which of the following is a true statement?
 
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Question 2
2 What is the major product obtained when 1-methyl-3-cyclohexenol undergoes acid-catalyzed dehydration?
 
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Question 3
3 The mechanism by which alcohols undergo nucleophilic substitution reactions with hydrogen halides is dependent on which of the following?
 
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Question 4
4 Which of the following is a true statement?
 
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Question 5
5 Which of the following is not a true statement?
 
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Question 6
6 Which of the following ethers would be obtained in greatest yield directly from alcohols?
 
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Question 7
7 Alcohols cannot undergo nucleophilic substitution reactions with halide ions because
 
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Question 8
8 An alcohol can be converted to an alkene by
 
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Question 9
9 Under basic conditions, where does a nucleophile attack 1,2-epoxybutane?
 
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Question 10
10 Which of the following is not true about the acid-catalyzed dehydration of a secondary alcohol?
 
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Question 11
11 What compound is formed when propanol is treated with PCC in dry methylene chloride?
 
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Question 12
12 Which of the following alcohols will not be oxidized to a ketone?
 
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Question 13
13 Which of the following alcohols would undergo acid-catalyzed dehydration most rapidly?
 
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