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HOME WORK: 4

School:LST Department: Chemistry

Name of the faculty member: Balwant Singh Bisht Course No: CHE101

Course Title: Chemistry

Class: B.Tech CSE Section: E1001

Max. Marks: 7 Date of Allotment: 16/4/11 Date of Submission: 27/4/11

Part A

Q.1 a) Give structures of the following acids and arrange in decreasing order of their
acidic strength by giving reason.

i) Propanoic acid ii) Ethanoic acid iii) 2, 2-Dimethyl propanoic acid iv) 2-Methyl
propanoic acid

b) Give structures of α-chlorobutyric acid, β-chlorobutyric acid and γ-chlorobutyric acid.


Which acid is more strong and why?

Q.2 a) Discuss the stability of different free radicals (methyl, primary, secondary and
tertiary).

b) Draw resonating structures of nitro benzene.

Q-3(a)
H3C CH3
A CH
Br
CH3CH=CH2 + HBr
H3C CH2
B CH2 Br

Explain on the basis of hyper conjugation and inductive effect which is possible
and why?

(b) Explain with the help of resonating structures whether aniline is ortho, para
directing or meta directing.
Part B

Q.4 a) Discuss the mechanism of halogenations of alkanes.


b) Arrange the carbocations (methyl radical, primary radical, secondary radical and
tertiary radical) in increasing order of stability and discuss their stability on the basis of
hyperconjugation.
Q.5 a) Give the product and mechanism of the following reaction:
(CH3)3C-CH= CH2 + HBr → ? (in the presence of peroxide)
b) Give potential energy diagram for SN1 and SN2 type of reactions. Also give
mechanism of hydrolysis of tert-butyl bromide with hydroxide ion.
Q.6 a) Discuss the stereochemistry of polymers (isotactic, syndiotactic and atactic) by
taking suitable example.

b) Identify the monomers in the following polymers and give their structure?

i) Natural rubber ii) Buna-S iii) PVC iv) Nylon-66 v) Buna-N vi)
Polystyrene