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1. Carbon atoms usually
A. lose 4 electronsB. gain 4 electronsC. form 4 covalent bondsD. share the 2 electrons in the first principal energy levelE.
2. Coke is produced from bituminous coal by
A. crackingB. synthesisC. substitutionD. destructive distillationE.
3. The usual method for preparing carbon dioxide in the laboratory is
A. heating a carbonateB. fermentationC. reacting an acid and a carbonateD. burning carbonaceous materialsE.
4. The precipitate formed when carbon dioxide is bubbled into limewater is
A. CaCl2B. H2CO3C. CaOD. CaCO3E.
5. The "lead" in a lead pencil is
A. bone blackB. graphite and clayC. lead oxideD. lead peroxideE.
6. The first and simplest alkane is
A. ethaneB. methaneC. C2H2D. metheneE. CCl4
7. Slight oxidation of a primary alcohol gives
A. a ketoneB. an organic acidC. an etherD. an aldehydeE. an ester
8. The characteristic group of an organic ester is
A. -CO-B. -COOHC. -CHOD. -O-E. -COO-
9. The organic acid that can be made from ethanol is
A. acetic acidB. formic acidC. C3H7OHD. found in bees and antsE. butanoic acid
10. An ester can be prepared by the reaction of
A. two alcoholsB. an alcohol and an aldehydeC. an alcohol and an organic acidD. an organic acid and an aldehydeE. an acid and a ketone
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