CBSE Class 11 Chemistry Worksheet - Hydrocarbons (2) CBSE,CCE and NCERT students can refer to the attached file. All educational material on the website has been prepared by the best teachers having more than 20 years of teaching experience in various schools. The study material available on our website for all CBSE classes and subjects have been prepared by teachers from all over the country. All study material has been carefully designed keeping into mind the latest CBSE examination trends.
Full Marks: 20
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Please give the explanation for the answer where applicable.
Q1 - What do you mean by structural isomerism? (1 Mark)
Q2 - Define hydrocarbons. (1 Mark)
Q3 - Calculate the number of and bonds in N C-CH=C N. (1 Mark)
Q4 - Name the acid whose sodium salt is required for the preparation of propane? Write chemical equation for the reaction. (2 Marks)
Q5 - Draw the Newman’s projection of ethane. (2 Marks)
Q6 - What do you understand by torsional angle? Which of the conformations of ethane has the maximum and the minimum torsional strain? (2 Marks)
Q7 - Write the conditions which are necessary for a compound to show geometrical isomerism. Will butene exhibit geometrical isomerism, if yes draw its geometrical isomers? (3 Marks)
Q8 - (i)Convert ethene into benzene.
(ii)Why HF forms hydrogen bonding with ethyne even though it is non-polar in nature? (5 Marks)
Q9 - (a) How will you convert ethanoic acid into methane?
(b) Write the name of the products and the chemical reactions involved for the following reaction:
(i) Hex-1-ene reacts with HBr - in the absence of peroxide.
(ii) Hex-1-ene reacts with HBr – in the presence of peroxide. (3 Marks)
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