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Organic Chemistry A Short Course 13Th Edition By Hart – Test Bank

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Organic Chemistry A Short Course 13Th Ed By Hart – Test Bank

Chapter 4 — Aromatic Compounds

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. The structure of chlorobenzene is correctly represented by:

A)

D)

B)

E)

C)

ANS: B TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

2. Which of the following structures accurately represents phenol?

A)

D)

B)

E)

C)

ANS: B TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

3. The name of the following molecule is:

A)

toluene

B)

ethylbenzene

C)

cumene

D)

styrene

E)

anisole

ANS: E TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

4. What dibromobenzene can form only one tribromobenzene?

A)

o-dibromobenzene

B)

m-dibromobenzene

C)

p-dibromobenzene

D)

cumene

E)

styrene

ANS: C TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

5. Using the following monosubstituted benzene, which position would be meta to X?

A)

1

B)

2

C)

3

D)

4

E)

5

ANS: C TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

6. Which of the following molecules is o-nitrophenol?

A)

D)

B)

E)

C)

ANS: C TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

7. What is the name of the following molecule?

                    PhCH2CH2CH=CH2

A)

styrene

B)

4-phenyl-1-butene

C)

1-phenyl-3-butene

D)

3-benzyl-1-propene

E)

allylbenzene

ANS: B TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

8. Which name(s) of the following molecule is/are incorrect?

A)

styrene

B)

vinylbenzene

C)

ethylbenzene

D)

phenylethene

E)

a and b

ANS: C TOP: Nomenclature and Structural Formulas of Aromatic Compounds

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