This set of Chemistry Question Papers for Class 12 focuses on “Nomenclature and Structure of Carbonyl Groups – 2”.
1. Acetone is the common name of which of the following ketones?
a) Dimethyl ketone
b) Ethyl methyl ketone
c) Diethyl ketone
d) Methyl n-propyl ketone
Explanation: In the common system, the ketones are named by listing the alkyl groups present in it in alphabetical order. The simplest dimethyl ketone is also known as acetone.
2. Which of the following will be the main group when present in a compound together?
Explanation: If a compound contains both aldehyde and ketone groups, then the former is considered as the principal functional group, and the ketone is regarded as substituent. Thus, it is named as a derivative of alkanal.
3. _________ ketones are generally named by adding the name of the acyl group as prefix to the word phenone.
a) Ethyl methyl
c) Alkyl phenyl
Explanation: For example, the ketone with COCH3 group attached to a benzene ring is named as acetophenone. Also, diphenyl ketone as benzophenone.
4. What is the IUPAC name of CH3-CO-CH2-CH2-CH3?
Explanation: The carbon of the CO ketonic group should be included in the parent chain, and the numbering starts from the end nearer to the carbonyl group. Hence in the given compound, there are five carbon atoms in the parent chain and the carbonyl carbon is second one.
Explanation: This is a symmetrical dimethyl diketone. There are four carbons in the parent chain, including the two carbons of ketonic group and numbering can start from either end of the chain.
6. What is the correct IUPAC name of α-Methylcyclohexanone?
Explanation: Alpha represents the presence of a substituent on the carbon next to the carbon of the CO group. The ketone group is given the lower number in case of substituted ketones hence the number 2 is associated with the methyl group in this case.
7. What is the IUPAC name of diisopropyl ketone?
Explanation: The formula of diisopropyl ketone is (CH3)2CHCOCH(CH3)2 which consists of 7 carbon atoms. The longest parent chain including the keto group is of 5 carbon atoms, leaving out one C atom from the methyl group at each end. This is a symmetric ketone and the methyl groups are present at the second and fourth carbon starting from any one end and the C-O double bond is present at the third carbon.
8. Identify the correct IUPAC name of the following compound.
Explanation: This is a cyclic ketone with a double bond and a substituted methyl group. In this compound the keto carbon will be given the lowest number. Hence, the double bond is at second carbon and methyl group at the third carbon. It is named as a substituted cyclopentanone.
9. What is the IUPAC name of the following compound?
Explanation: The cyclic ketone is considered as the main group with the 3-oxopentyl keto group substituted at alpha carbon.
10. What is the approximate planar bond angle between the carbonyl C-O bond and the bond between the carbonyl carbon and the atom attached to it?
Explanation: The bond angles associated with the carbonyl group is approximately 120°, which is similar to that of a trigonal coplanar structure.
11. The C-O bond in carbonyls is polarised, and hence the carbonyl carbon and carbonyl oxygen act as _________ and ________ respectively.
a) electrophile; nucleophile
b) nucleophile; electrophile
c) Lewis base; Lewis acid
d) electrophile; Lewis acid
Explanation: The polarity of the C-O bond is due to the higher electronegativity of O than C. This means that oxygen is a nucleophilic centre and carbon is an electron seeking centre.
12. Ketones are more polar than ethers.
Explanation: Ketones are carbonyl compounds which show neutral as well as dipolar resonance structures, which is not possible in ethers.
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