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Class 10 Chemistry Chapter 1 Kerala Syllabus

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Class 10 Chemistry Chapter 1 Kerala Syllabus Objective for Students

During the reaction between propionaldehyde and ammonical silver nitrate reagent:

(A) Ammonical silver nitrate is oxidized

(B) Propionaldehydes are reduced.

(C) Ammonical silver nitrate is reduced

(D) Fehling solution acts as a reducing agent.

Option c – Ammonical silver nitrate is reduced

Find out the incorrect statement about carboxylic acids:

(A) Aromatic carboxylic acids are highly soluble in water.

(B) Lower members of carboxylic acids are soluble in water

(C) Ethanoic acid in a solid state below 289.5 K is called glacial acetic acid.

(D) Lower members are colorless liquids having an irritating odor.

Option a – Aromatic carboxylic acids are highly soluble in water

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?

(A) ILO

(B) WHO

(C) Security Council

(D) ASEAN

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Correct statement about alkanals and alkanones is:

(A) Aromatic alkanals are less reactive than aliphatic alkanals.

(B) As the steric effect of alkyl groups increases, the reactivity of alkanals and alkanones increases.

(C) +I effect of the alkyl group linked to the carbonyl carbon increases their reactivity.

(D) Carbonyl carbon in aromatic alkanals and alkanones is more electron-deficient due to the electron-attracting resonance effect.

Option a – Aromatic alkanals are less reactive than aliphatic alkanals

Acetic acid on heating with ammonia produces:

(A) Ethanamide

(B) Ethyl amine

(C) Ethyl diazonium chloride

(D) Ethyl acetate

Option a – Ethanamide

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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Ethanoyl chloride on reacting with ammonia produces:

(A) Ethanamine

(B) Acetamide

(C) Methanamide

(D) Propanamide

Option b – Acetamide

Phthalimide is prepared by strong heating ammonia with:

(A) Benzene-1,2-dicarboxylic acid

(B) o-toluic acid

(C) Phthaldehyde

(D) Phthalic anhydride

Option a – Benzene-1,2-dicarboxylic acid

Propane is prepared by decarboxylation of:

(A) Propionic acid

(B) Potassium propionate

(C) Butyric acid

(D) Sodium butyrate

Option d – Sodium butyrate

Incorrect statement about the solubility of alkanals and alkanones is:

(A) They are insoluble in organic solvents like benzene, ether, alcohol, etc.

(B) Lower alkanals and alkanones form hydrogen bonds with water.

(C) Their solubility in water decreases with an increase in carbon atoms.

(D) Lower aldehydes and ketones are soluble in water.

Option a – They are insoluble in organic solvents like benzene, ether, alcohol, etc

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