C3.3 Organic Chemistry I

1. Mention 3 uses of butane

2. What are the physical properties of alkanes?

3. What is the chemical laboratory indication of methane gas during an experiment

4. Mention the 3 homologous series

5. Mention the chemical properties of alkynes

6. What is the chemical lab confirmation of ethane gas during an experiment?

7. Discuss the chemical reaction of alkanes

8. Ethene gas is prepared in the laboratory by heating a mixture of ethanol and concentrated sulphuric acid at high temperatures. True or False

9. Mention the hydrocarbon whose functional group is C=C

10. Mention the hydrocarbon whose functional group is C-C

11. Methane gas is prepared in the laboratory by the decarboxylation of sodium ethanoate by the use of soda lime. True or False

12. Which of the following is not among the uses of propane?

13. Mention the hydrocarbon whose functional group is C=C

14. Mention the chemical properties of alkenes

15. Mention the 2 ways on how covalent bonds of halogens can be broken down in the presence of light

16. What are the physical properties of alkenes?

17. Organic compounds that have the same molecular formula but may have their atoms arranged differently in their molecules are known as

18. Ethyne gas is prepared in the laboratory when 1, 2 – dibromoethane is run drop wise into a boiling solution of ethanolic potassium hydroxide. True or False

19. The first two members of the alkyne homologous series contain no isomers. True or false

20. Discuss the uses of alkenes

21. Discuss how alkenes are named [Nomenclature of alkenes]

22. What is the chemical lab confirmation of ethane gas during an experiment?

23. What is the name of the process in which covalent bonds of halogens are broken in the presence of light and each of the atoms composing the covalent bond is left with an electron? E.g. X ÷ Y = X° + Y° 

24. Which of the following statement is CORRECT about alkynes?

25. What is the name of the process in which covalent bonds of halogens are broken in the presence of light and one of the atoms comprising the covalent bond gets all the two electrons whereas the other gets none? E.g. X ÷ Y = X+ + Y

26. Which of the following statement s correct about the alkenes?

27. Which of the following STATEMENT IS CORRECT about alkanes

28. Which statement is CORRECT about a functional group of a hydrocarbon molecule

29. Mention the physical properties of alkynes

30. A family of compounds having the same functional groups is referred to as

31. Hydrocarbon molecule which has double or triple or more carbon bonds are said to be

32. Hydrocarbons are organic compounds that contain carbon and hydrogen only in their molecules

33. Hydrocarbon molecule which has a single carbon bond is said to be

34. Mention 3 uses of methane