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10th Class Chemistry MCQs Chapter No.4 HYDROCARBONS

MCQ Chemistry Class 10th Chapter No 4 HYDROCARBONS

CHEMISTRY – Class 10th
Chapter No. 4
Multiple Choice Questions from Text Book
Note : All MCQ’s selected in this test are from OLD Matric board Papers and Text Book.

Book Name :  CHEMISTRY
Chapter No.  4
Total MCQ from Text Book :  26
Book Version  :

Published By : Punjab Text Book Board Lahore
Approved By : Govt of the Punjab and Federal Ministry for Education
Test Type : MCQ’s
Exam conduct By : Matric Boards of Sindh, KPK, Balochistan, AJK, Gilgit Baltistan, Punjab & Federal
Class / Grade  : 10th ( Matric)
Total Marks : 26
Total Time :   26 minutes 

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Chemistry Class 10th Chapter No. 04 Hydrocarbons

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________________process is used for the preparation of alkenes from Alcohols

2 / 26

By which process alkene is prepared from Alcohol?

3 / 26

Incomplete combustion of alkanes produces....

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One of the hydrocarbons reacts with one mole of hydrogen to form a saturated hydrocarbon. What could be the formula of the X?

5 / 26

Traces the amount of acetylene present in coal gas are

6 / 26

The end product of oxidation of acetylene is

7 / 26

Halogenation of methane does not produce:

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What Is the molecular formula for the eighth alkane member, octane, which is found in petrol?

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The reduction of alkyl halides takes place in the presence of:

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Molecular formula of butane is

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Which one of the following compounds is saturated hydrocarbon

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Which one of these Is a saturated hydrocarbon...

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Halogenation of methane does not produce which one of the following

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Oxidation of ethene with KMnO4 produces..

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Oxidation of ethene with KMnO4 produces..

16 / 26

Synthetic Fibre is

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Alkeoes are prepared from alcohols by a process called

18 / 26

Substitution reaction is the characteristic of:

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Oxidation of Ethenc with K.Mn04 produces

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Dehydration of alcohols can be carried out with...

21 / 26

Incomplete combustion of alkanes produces

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If an organic compound has 4 carbon atoms, all singly bonded, it will have the following characteristics except one:

23 / 26

Dehydruhalogcnation takes place in the presence of

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Which one of these hydrocarbon molecules would have no effect on an aqueous solution of bromine?

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Which one is saturated hydrocarbon?

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Which gas is produced during ripening of bananas?

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