MDCAT Chemistry Key Points Chapter Wise For Entry Test Preparation

MDCAT Chemistry Key Points Chapter Wise

MDCAT Chemistry Key Points Chapter Wise for entry test preparation. You can download the pdf file from download button given below.

 Sample Key Points Chemistry:

1. The rectified spirit is
a. 85% alcohol
b. 99 9% alcohol
c. 92-95% alcohol
d. 85% alcohol & 4%methyl alcohol
e. 85% alcohol , 4%methyl alcohol and 11% water

2. SN1 reaction is generally given by
a Primary R-X
b. Secondary R-X
c. Tertiary R-X
d. N.O.T

3. The C6H5-CF3 ,the -CF3 group is
a. Activating ortho para director ,
b. Deacticating ortho para directors
c. Activating meta Director
d. Deactivating meta director

4. What alkanes are produced in the following reaction
CH3-CH2C| + CH3-CH2-CH2C| ” 2 Na (in dry ether) ?
a. N-butane
b. N-pentane
c. N-hexane
d:All of these

5. The correct path to produce m-nitro benzoic acid, starting from benzene
a. Nitration, methylation arid oxidation
b. Methylation, oxidation and nitration
c. Nitration, oxidation and methylation
d. Oxidation, methylation and nitration

6.The correct reactivity order of hydrocarbons
a. Arenes”alkynes”alkenes”alkanes
b. Alkene” alkynes”arenes”alkanes
c. Alkynes”alkenes”arenes”alkanes
d. Arenes” alkenes”alkynes”alkanes

7. The compounds having ionic,covalent and dative types of bonds
a. Complex compound
b. Complex hydrideS
c. Nitro alkanes
d. Ammonium salts
e. N.O.T

8. The most electropositive element is
a. Cu
b. Cs
C. Rb
d. Cl
e. K
9. The IUPAC name of CH2=CH-CH2-CZCH
a. 1 pentyne- 4-ene
b. 1 pentene-yne
c. 1 pentene-4-yne
Cl. 5 pentyne-2-ene
10. When formaldehyde is treated with strong alkali , it undergoes
self oxidation reduction reaction to form methanol and formic acid
this reaction is
a. Wurt’z reaction
b. Cannizaro reaction
c. Aldol reduction
d. Ester formation
11. For a certain gas, if product of P and V at STP is X. Now if both
n and T are doubled than what they were at STP, R is constant throughout what will be the product of nRT?
a. X
b. X/2
C. 2X
d. 4X
e. N.O.T
12. The complete combustion of Alkane normally gives
a. CO2 ” H2O
b. CO2 only
C. CO ” FkO .
d. C(J2 ” CO
13. Kerosene is mixture of hydrocarbons having
a. C10-C11
b. C11-C12
C. C12-C18
d. C20- higher
e. N.O.T

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