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Alcohols And Phenols
Q1. What is absolute alcohol ?
Ans: 100% C2H5OH is known as absolute alcohol.
Q2. What is rectified spirit ?
Ans:95% C2H5OH is known as rectified spirit.
Q3.Lower alcohols are soluble in water but higher alcohols are not soluble . Why?
Ans: Due to large Hydrocarbon part which hydrophobic.
Q4. Why ether is insoluble in water ?
Ans: Due to absence of HB.
Q5. How is alcohol made unfit for drinking purposes ?
Ans: By adding CH3OH , CuSO4 and Pyridine
Q6. Phenol is an acid but does not react with NaHCO3. Why?
Ans: Since Phenol feebly weak in nature.
Q7.Diethylether does not react with Na.Why ?
Ans: Due to absence of acidic Hydrogen (Active).
Q8.Propanol has higher B.P. than that of n-Butane. Why?
Ans : In propanol there is HBonding but in n-Butane there is no HBonding.
Q9. Mixture of o- &p-Nitrophenol is separated by Steam volatile . Why ?
Ans: Due to intramolecular HB in O-Nitrophenol.
Q10. Out ofo- &p-Nitrophenol which one is more volatile ?
Ans:O-Nitrophenol due to intramolecular HB.
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