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Q No: 1

Which of the following is not a copolymer


(1) Plexiglass
(2) Buna-S
(3) Nylon-66
(4) Dacron
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempte
Copolymer : Polymer formed from more than one kind of monomer units.
NA
Plexiglass is not the example of copolymer.
Q No: 2
Polymerisation in which two or more chemically different monomers take part is called (1) Addition polymerisation
(2) Copolymerisation
(3) Chain polymerisation
(4) Homopolymerisation
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
NA
NA
Copolymerisation.
Q No: 3
Bekelite is :
(1) Addition polymer
(2) Elastomer
(3) Thermoplastic
(4) Thermosett
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

NA
NA
Copolymerisation.
Q No: 4

Perlon is :
(1) Rubber
(2) Nylon
(3) Terylene
(4) Orlon
Correct Answer: 2

Status: unattempted

NA
NA
Nylon
Q No: 5
Natural silk is a (1) Polypeptide
(2) Polyacrylate
(3) Polyester
(4) Polysaccharide
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Silk Fiber contain peptide bond.


NA
Natural silk is a polypeptide.
Q No: 6
Which of the following is natural polymer :
(1) Polyisoprene
(2) Polybutadiene
(3) Polyethylene terephthalate
(4) Polyethylene
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Natural polymer obtained from either plant and animal.
Monomer unit of polyisoprene is isoprene.
It is a natural polymer.
No: 7

Which of the following is wrong :


(1) PMMA is called plexiglass
(2) PTFE is called teflon
(3) SBR is called natural rubber
(4) LDPE is called low density polyethylene
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
PMMA = Polymethyl meth acylate Plexiglass (correct)
PTFE poly tetra fluoro ethene Teflon (correct)
LDPE = low density poly ethylene (correct)
SBR = synthetic Buna S Rubber it is synthetic not natural.
Q No: 8
Which of the following is an addition polymer :
(1) SBR
(2) Glyptals
(3) Terylene
(4) Nylons
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Addition polymer Polymer formed by directed addition repeated monomers without the
elimination of any biproduct molecules.
Monomer unit of SBR is butadiene and styrene.
In SBR addition of butadiene and styrene.
Q No: 9
Which of the following fibres is a polyamide (1) Orlon
(2) Nylon-6
(3) Dacron
(4) Rayon
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Monomer unit of Nylon-6 is caprolactum.
Caprolactum is a 7 membring with
Caprolactum contain amide group.
Q No: 10
Which is a naturally occurring polymer (1) Polyethene

group.

(2) PVC
(3) Teflon
(4) Protein
Correct Answer: 4

Status: unattempted

Natural polymer obtained from animal and plant.


Polyethene, PVC and teflon are synthetic polymer.
Proteins are the example of natural polymer.
Q No: 11
Synthetic polymer which resembles natural rubber is
(1) Neoprene
(2) Chloroprene
(3) Glyptal
(4) None of these
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Neoprene is a synthetic Rubber.
It resemble natural rubber.
Neoprene
Q No: 12
Teflon is a polymer of :
(1) Tetra-fluoroethylene
(2) Tetra-bromoethylene
(3) Tetra-iodoethylene
(4) Tetra-chloroethylene
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Teflon is a homopolymer .
Monomer unit is Tetrafluoro ethylene.
Teflon or PTFE Poly tetra fluoro ethylene.
Q No: 13
The S in Buna-S stands for (1) Sodium
(2) Sulphur
(3) Styrene
(4) Just a trade name
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

NA
NA
S stand for Styrene (Vinyl Benzene).
Q No: 14
Ebonite is
(1) Natural rubber
(2) Synthetic rubber
(3) Highly vulcanized rubber
(4) Polypropene
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
NA
NA
Ebonite is a highly vulcanized rubber

Q No: 15
Ziegler-Natta catalyst is
(1) K[PtCl3(C2H4)]
(2) (Ph3P)3RhCl
(3) Al(C2H5)3 + TiCl4
(4) Fe(C5H5)2
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
NA
NA
Ziegler-Natta catalyst [Al(C2H5)3 + TiCl4]
Q No: 16
Which of the following is not correctly matched ?
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Correct Answer: 2

Status: unattempted

NA
NA

Q No: 17
Which one of the following is used to make'non-stick' cookware ?
(1) PVC
(2) Polystyrene
(3) Polyethylene teraphthalate
(4) Polytetrafluoroethylene
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted
NA
NA
PTFE use in non-stick cookware.
No: 18
Match list-I (Monomer) with list-II (Polymer) and select the correct answer using the
options given below the lists :
List-I
List-II
1 Hexamethylenediamine A Bakelite
2 Phenol
B Dacron
3 Phthalic acid
C Glyptal
4 Terephthalic acid
D Melamine
E Nylon
(1) 1-E
2-A
3-B
4-C
(2) 1-E
2-A
3-C
4-B
(3) 1-D
2-C
3-A
4-B
(4) 1-D
2-C
3-A
4-B
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

NA
NA
1-E

2-A

3-C

4-B

No: 19
Rayon yarns are obtained from :
(1) Polymethylene
(2) Polyesters
(3) Cellulose
(4) Styrene
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Rayons contains Natural polymer in it.
Cellulose is natural polymer.
Rayons are obtained from cellulose.
Q No: 20
Which of the following statement is correct regarding the drawbacks of raw rubber :
(1) It is plastic in nature
(2) It has little durability
(3) It has large waterabsorption capacity
(4) All of these
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted
[X]
NA
NA
All of these
Level 2

Q No: 1
Chemical name of melamine is
(1) 2, 4-Diamino-1, 3, 5-triazine
(2) 2-Amino-1, 3, 5-triazine
(3) 2, 4, 6-Triamino-1, 3, 5-triazine
(4) 1, 3, 5-Triamino-2, 4, 6-triazine
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
[X]
Melamine is the thermosetting polymers.

2, 4, 5-trimino-1, 3, 5-triazine.
Q No: 2
Caprolactum is used to prepare which of the polymer (1) Nylon66
(2) Melamine
(3) Nylon6
(4) PMMA
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Nylon-6 is a homopolymer.
Caprolactum used in Nylon-6 polymer as a monomer units.

Q No: 3
Of the following which is a step growth polymer (1) Bakelite
(2) Polyethylene
(3) Teflon
(4) PVC
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Step growth polymerization This type of polymerization involve a series of reaction each of
which is essentially independent of the proceeding one.
In step growth polymerisation involve more than one F.G.
Bakelite have two F.G.
Q No: 4

Nylon-66 is made by the polycondensation of :


(1) Adipic acid + Hexamethylene diamine
(2) Phthalic acid + Glycerol
(3) Phenol + Formaldehyde
(4) Urea + Formaldehyde
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Nylon-66 made from condensation polymerisation.
It is a copolymer.
Made by adipic acid and hexamethylene diamine.
Q No: 5
An example of a natural biopolymer is (1) Teflon
(2) Neoprene
(3) Nylon-66
(4) DNA
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted
Natural polymer obtained from plants and animal.
Ex. DNA, Starch, cellulose etc.
DNA
Q No: 6
Peptide bond is a key feature in (1) Polysaccharide
(2) Proteins
(3) Nucleotide
(4) Vitamins
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Peptide bond is present in proteins and amino acids.
NA
Proteins.
Q No: 7
The example of thermosetting plastic and thermoplastic polymer respectively is (1) Polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride
(2) Bakelite, polystyrene
(3) Polythene, polyacrylonitrile
(4) Polystyrene, urea formaldehyde resin

Correct Answer: 2

Status: unattempted

Thermosetting which become hard and infusible on heating.


Thermoplatics which can be easily moulded into desired shapes by heating and subsequent
cooling on room temperature.
NA
Example of thermosetting Bakelite, melamine.
Example of thermoplastics polyethene, poly styrene
Q No: 8
Which is not a rubber polymer (1) Neoprene
(2) Gutta percha
(3) Buna-S
(4) P.M.M.A.
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Neoprene, Gutta percha and Buna-S are the example of Rubber.


PMMA is teflon not rubber.
P.M.M.A.
Q No: 9
Which of the following fibres is not a polyamide (1) Wool
(2) Silk
(3) Nylon-6
(4) Orlon
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

[X]
Monomer unit of Nylon-6 is caprolactum.
Caprolactum is a 7 membring with
Caprolactum contain amide group.
Q No: 10
Natural fibre is

group.

(1) Starch
(2) Cellulose
(3) Rubber
(4) Nylon-6
Correct Answer: 2

Status: unattempted

[X]
NA
NA
Cellulose
Q No: 11
The fibre used for the manufacture of chords and carpets is
(1) Polyethylene
(2) Polypropylene
(3) Polyacrylonitrile
(4) Polyvinyl chloride
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Polypropylene is the example of fibre.


Used in manufacturing of cloths.
Used in manufacturing chords and carpets.
Q No: 12
Which is not the example of addition polymer
(1) Glyptal
(2) Polypropylene
(3) Polystyrene
(4) Polyvinyl chloride
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Glyptal formed from glycol and phthalic acid.


Glyptal is a poly condensation polymer.
Glyptal.
Q No: 13

Symbolic name for teflon is (1) PTFE


(2) PCTFE
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

(3) PVC

(4) None

Teflon is a homopolymer .
Monomer unit is tetrafluoro ethene.
PTFE Poly tetra fluoro ethylene.
Q No: 14
Phenol is used in the manufacture of
(1) Bakelite
(2) Polystyrene
(3) Nylon
(4) PVC
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Bakelite is the example of condensation polymerisation.


Bakelite is the phenol formaldehyde resins.
Phenol is used in Bakelite.
Q No: 15
Orlon is a polymer of
(1) Styrene
(2) Tetrafluoroethylene
(3) Vinyl chloride
(4) Acrylonitrile
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

[X]
Orlon is the another name of PAN.
Orlon is the homopolymer.
Orlon PAN = Poly acrylo nitrile.

Q No: 16

F2C = CF2 is a monomer of


(1) Teflon
(2) Glyptal
(3) Nylon-6
(4) Buna-S
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

[X]
CF2 = CF2 is known as tetrafluoro ethene.
From Tetrafluoro ethene PTFE obtained.
Teflon is another name of PTFE.
Q No: 17
The fibre obtained by the condensation of hexamethylene diamine and adipic acid is :
(1) Dacron
(2) Nylon '66'
(3) Rayon
(4) Teflon
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

[X]
Hexamethylene diamine H2N (CH2)6 NH2
Nylon-66 is a fibre obtained from condensation of 2 different monomer unit.
Nylon-66
Q No: 18
Which one of the following polymers will not catch fire :
(1) (CF2 CF2)n
(2) (CH2 CH2)n
(3)
(4)
Correct Answer: 1

Status: unattempted

[X]
Teflon polymer is used as a non stick cook ware.
Monomer unit of Teflon = tetra-fluoro ethene.

Q No: 19
Which is not a polymer :
(1) Ice
(2) Starch
(3) Protein
(4) Cellulose
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Polymer = compound of high molecular mass formed by the combination of large number of
small molecule.
Starch, Protein and cellulose are the example of polymer.
Ice is not an example of polymer.
Q No: 20
Which one is a polymer compound :
(1) SO2
(2) CO2
(3) CH4
(4) PVC
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Polymer = compound of high molecular mass formed by the combination of large number of
small molecule.
SO2, CO2 and CH4 are compound not a polymer.
PVC is a polymer of vinyl chloride.
Q No: 21
Which of the following polymer is an example of fibre :
(1) Silk
(2) Dacron
(3) Nylon-66
(4) All of these

Correct Answer: 4

Status: unattempted

Polymer = compound of high molecular mass formed by the combination of large number of
small molecule.
SO2, CO2 and CH4 are compound not a polymer.
PVC is a polymer of vinyl chloride.
Q No: 22
Characteristic property of teflon is :
(1) 2000 poise viscosity
(2) High surface tension
(3) Non-inflammable and resistant to heat
(4) Highly reactive
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Polymer = compound of high molecular mass formed by the combination of large number of
small molecule.
SO2, CO2 and CH4 are compound not a polymer.
PVC is a polymer of vinyl chloride.
Level 3

Q No: 1
The fibre obtained by the condensation of hexamethylene diamine and adipic acid is
(1) Dacron
(2) Nylon 66
(3) Rayon
(4) Teflon
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Nylon-66 is a copolymer.
Nylon-66 is the example of condensation polymerisation.
It is obtained by hexamethylene diamine and adipic acid.
Q No: 2
Neoprene rubber is obtained by the polymerization of :
(1) 1, 3-Butadiene
(2) 2-Methyl-1, 3-butadiene
(3) 2-Chloro-1, 3 butadiene
(4) Styrene and butadiene

Correct Answer: 3

Status: unattempted
[X]

Neoprene is a synthetic rubber.


Neoprene is obtained by Homopolymerisation.
Monomer unit of neoprene is chloroprene (2-chloro-1, 3-butadiene).
Q No: 3
Which of the following is not a natural polymer
(1) Starch
(2) Cellulose
(3) Glyptal
(4) Glycogen
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
[X]
Natural polymer obtained from either plant and animal.
Starch and cellulose obtained from plant while glycogen obtained from animal.
Glyptal obtained from polycondensation of glycol and pthalic acid (synthetic polymer).
Q No: 4
Match List I [polymers] with List II [monomers] and choose the correct answer from
the options given below the list ListI [Polymer]
ListII [Monomer]
A P.A.N.
1 Chloroethene
B Natural rubber
2 Caprolactum
C Nylon6
3 Isoprene
D P.V.C.
4 Acrylonitrile
(1) A-4
B-3
C-2
D-1
(2) A-1
B-2
C-3
D-4
(3) A-3
B-4
C-1
D-2
(4) A-2
B-1
C-3
D-4
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
[X]
Natural polymer obtained from either plant and animal.
Starch and cellulose obtained from plant while glycogen obtained from animal.
Glyptal obtained from polycondensation of glycol and pthalic acid (synthetic polymer).
Q No: 5
Formaldehyde is not used in the manufacture of the following polymer (1) Bakelite

(2) Nylon-6
(3) Urea resin
(4) Melamine resin
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Formation of Bakelite, Urea Resin and melamine resin HCHO is used.
Nylon-6 obtained from caprolactum on heating.
In Nylon-6 HCHO not used.
Q No: 6
Monomer of polystyrene is
(1) Vinyl benzene
(2) Divinyl benzene
(3) Ethyl benzene
(4) Butyl benzene
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Polystyrene is a homo polymer.

IUPAC name of styrene is vinyl benzene.


Q No: 7
Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched
(1) Terylene-condensation polymer of terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol
(2) Teflon-thermally stable cross linked polymer of phenol and formaldehyde
(3) Plexiglass homopolymer of methyl methacrylate
(4) Synthetic rubber -A copolymer of butadiene and styrene
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

1, 3, 4 are correctly matched.


Teflon is the polymer of methyl methacrylate (MMA) not stable cross linked polymer of
phenol and HCHO.
From phenol and HCHO Bakelite is obtained
Q No: 8

Caprolactam is obtained by the Beckmann rearrangement of the compound


(1) Cyclohexanone-oxime
(2) Benzophenone-oxime
(3) Acetone-oxime
(4) Propionaldehyde-oxime
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Caprolactam used in manufacturing of Nylon-6.

9. Which of the following is not the addition homopolymer


1
Teflon
)
2
Buna-S
)
3
P.V.C.
)
4
P.A.N.
)
9. Which of the following is not the addition homopolymer
1
Teflon
)
2
Buna-S
)
3
P.V.C.
)
4
P.A.N.
)

Q No: 10
In vulcanisation of rubber
(1) Sulphur reacts to form new compound
(2) Sulphur cross-links are introduced
(3) Sulphur forms a very thin protective layer over rubber
(4) All of the statements are correct
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Vulcanisation when rubber is heated upto 3 hr along with sulphur (3 10%) at a temperature
of 125 140C.
Rubber hydrocarbon combines with the sulphur atom to form the sulphur bridges.
Sulphur cross links are introduces.
Q No: 11
Which is a homopolymer
(1) Isotactic poly vinylchloride
(2) Atactic polypropylene
(3) Syndiotactic polystyrene
(4) All of these
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

[X]
Homopolymer when monomer unit are only one type then it is known as homopolymer.
PVC, Polymerpropylene and polystyrene are form by only one type of monomer unit.
All of these
Q No: 12
Glyptal polymer is obtained from glycol by reacting with
(1) Malonic acid
(2) Phthalic acid
(3) Maleic acid
(4) Acetic acid
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Glyptal It is a polycondensation polymer.


Glyptal is a polyethylene phthalate.

Glyptal formed from the polycondensation of glycol and phthalic acid.

Q No: 13
Which of the following is a homopolymer obtained from single monomer under the
condensation process
(1) Nylon-6
(2) Terylene
(3) Glyptal
(4) Bakelite
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Homopolymer.
Nylon-6 is a example of homopolymer.
Monomer unit Caprolactum

Q No: 14
Which one of the following is not an example of chain growth polymer
(1) Neoprene
(2) Buna-S
(3) PMMA
(4) Glyptal
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Chain grown polymer There is a series of reaction each of which consume a reactive
particle and produce another similar particles and each individual reaction thus depend upon
the previous one.
Glyptal is formed from plycondensation polymerisation.
Option (4) is correct.

Q No: 15
P.V.C. is formed by polymerisation of
(1) 1-Chloroethene
(2) Ethene
(3) Propene
(4) 1-Chloropropene
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

[X]
PVC is a monopolymer.
PVC obtained from polymerisation of vinyl monomer unit chloride (CH2 = CH Cl)

Q No: 16
Which of the following polymers do not involve cross linkages
(1) Melmac
(2) Bakelite
(3) Polythene
(4) Vulcanised rubber
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Melmac, Bakelite and Vulcanised rubber formed from cross linking.


Monomer unit of polyethene ethene ethene (CH2 = Cu2)
Simple addition polymerisation of ethere takes place for polyethene
n(CH = CH2) (CH2 CH2)n
ethene
poly ethene
Q No: 17
Acrilan is a hard, horny and a high melting material. Which of the following represents
its structure?
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)
Correct Answer: 4

Status: unattempted

[X]
Acryl means 3 carbon atom with one double bond and 3 carbon including functional group
carbon.
Acrilan is a polymer compound formed from acryl monomer unit.

Q No: 18
Which compound/set of compounds is used in the manufacture of nylon-66 ?
(1) HOOC(CH2)4COOH + H2N(CH2)6NH2
(2) CH2 = CH C(CH) = CH2
(3) CH2 = CH2
(4)
Correct Answer: 1

Status: unattempted

Nylon-66 is the example of condensation polymerisation.


Nylon-66 is a polyamide and have amide linkage is the chain.

Q No: 19
Which of the following is teflon :
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Correct Answer: 3

Status: unattempted

Teflon used in PTFE.


Teflon is a polytetrafluoro ethene.

Q No: 20
Terylene is :
(1) An addition polymer with a benzene ring in every repeating unit

(2) A condensation polymer with abenzene ring in every repeating unit


(3) An addition polymer with two carbon atoms in every repeating unit
(4) A condensation polymer with two nitrogen atoms in every repeating unit
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
[X]

Terylene is a condensation polymer with two monomer unit ethylene glycol and terepthalic
acid.