GRLVidya

Flash News

11th chemistry Unit-14 important naming reactions

Share this Post:

Facebook
Telegram
WhatsApp
Email

11th Chemistry

Unit-14 Important Naming Reactions (English Medium)

  1. Lucas test – 230
  2. DDT preparation and uses- 250
  3. Dow’s process -243
  4. Wurtz -fittig reaction -244
  5. Fitting reaction -244
  6. Carbylamine reaction – 248 (primary amine test)
  7. Williamson’s ether synthesis -234
  8. Sandmeyer reaction – 242
  9. Gattermann reaction -242
  10. Chloropicrin-248

11. SN1 reaction – 235
12. SN2 reaction -236
13. E1 reaction -237
14. E2 reaction -237
15. Darzen’s halogenation- 231
16. Finkelstein reaction – 231
17. Swarts reaction – 231
18. Hunsdiccker reaction -231
19. Starting from CH3MgI how how will you prepare the following?
       a. Acetic acid -240
       b. Acetone-240
       c. Ethyl acetate -240
       d. Isopropyl alcohol-239
       e. Methyl cyanide-241
       f. (Any one out of ten will be asked in the exam ) -239-241
20. Balz- schiemann reaction -242

  • Naming freon -249 (table)
  • ammonolysis -233
  • preparation of grignard reagent – 239
  • chloro benzene preparation -242
  • preparation following compounds
    • chloroform-247
    • Biphenyl- 244
    • freon- 12 – 249
  • uses of chlorobenzene -244 uses of chloroform, iodoform, carbon.
    tetrachloride -238, 239 uses of freon-249
  • preparation of haloalkane from alcohol-230,231
  • why is it necessary to avoid even traces of moisture during the use of
    grignard reagent? b/b-32
  • why chlorination of methane is not possible in dark? b/b- 27
  • account for the following
    • P- dichloro benzene has higher melting point than those of o-and m-dichloro.
      benzene b/b- 41 ii)

Follow Us On


Warning: Undefined array key "eael_ext_toc_title_tag" in /home/u368678134/domains/grlvidya.in/public_html/wp-content/plugins/essential-addons-for-elementor-lite/includes/Traits/Elements.php on line 526