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Question number: 878

» Basic Concepts in Chemistry » Significant Figures

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Which of the following values have four significant figures?

(I) (II) (III)

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Choice (4)Response

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b.

c.

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 879

» Organic Compounds with Oxygen » Preparation, Properties and Reactions and Uses

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In the esterification reaction of alcohols

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a.

H- is replaced by sodium metal

b.

H- is replaced by CH3COO group

c.

OH- of acid is replaced by C2H5O- of alcohol

d.

OH- is replaced by chlorine

Question number: 880

» Biomolecules » Nucleic Acids

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In deoxyribonucleic acid the sugar is?

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b.

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d.

Question number: 881

» Atomic Structure » Shapes of S, P and D - Orbitals

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The Shape of the orbital is given by?

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a.

Magnetic quantum number

b.

Spin quantum number

c.

Azimuthal quantum number

d.

Principal quantum number

Question number: 882

» Biomolecules » Carbohydrates

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Glucose give metallic glucosates by reaching with?

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b.

c.

d.

All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question number: 883

» Organic Compounds with Oxygen » Preparation, Properties and Reactions and Uses

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The boiling point of methanol is greater than that of methyl thiol because

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There is no hydrogen bonding in methanol and I intermolecular hydrogen bonding in methyl thiol

b.

There is intermolecular hydrogen bonding in methane and no hydrogen bonding in methyl thiol

c.

There is intramolecular hydrogen bonding in methanol and no hydrogen bonding in methyl thiol

d.

There is intramolecular hydrogen bonding in methane and intermolecular hydrogen bonding in methyl thiol

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