Organic Chemistry

  1. What is the most common element in organic chemistry.




    B.   Carbon
  2. What is the proper order of orbitals?




    D.   s, p, d, f
  3. Atoms with the same atomic number but different mass numbers are called.




    D.   Isotopes
  4. How many electrons in an s orbital?



    A.   2
  5. How many electrons in a p orbital?



    B.   6
  6. How many electrons in a d orbital?



    A.   12
  7. A bond formed by sharing electrons between two nuclei.



    B.   Covalent Bond
  8. A bond between two ions due to the electrical attraction of unlike charges.



    C.   Ionic Bond
  9. A covalent bond in which the electrons are shared unequally between the atoms.



    B.   Polar Covalent Bond
  10. A substance that donates a hydrogen ion (H+) is a?




    A.   Br∅nsted-Lowry acid
  11. A substance that accepts a hydrogen ion (H+) is a?




    C.   Br∅nsted-Lowry base
  12. A substance that accepts electron pairs is?




    B.   Lewis acid
  13. A substance that donates electron pairs is a?




    B.   Lewis base
  14. A smaller pKa means a?




    D.   Larger Ka and a strong acid
  15. A large pKa means a?




    D.   Smaller Ka and a weak acid
  16. Ethanol is a weak _____.

    Base
    Acid
    Acid
  17. Ethoxide is a strong _____.

    Acid
    Base
    Base
  18. HCl is a strong _______.

    Acid
    Base
    Acid
  19. Ch3CO2H is a ______ acid.

    Strong
    Weak
    Neither
    Neither
  20. HNO3 is a ______ acid.

    Strong
    Weak
    Neither
    Strong
  21. CH3CO2- is a _____ base.

    Strong
    Weak
    Neither
    Neither
  22. CH3CO2H + OH- →
    CH3CO2- + H20
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Organic Chemistry
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Organic chemistry fundamentals.
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