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Grade 9 Organic Chemistry
What type of synthetic polymer is shown in the image?
Formula - Polystyrene
  1. polystyrene
  2. teflon
  3. polypropylene
  4. polyethylene
College Organic Chemistry
The following polymer could be the result of which of the following processes?
Formula - Polystyrene
  1. Addition polymerization
  2. Substitution polymerization
  3. Condensation polymerization
  4. None of the above
Grade 9 Organic Chemistry
Grade 9 Organic Chemistry
What is the most common way to dispose of the synthetic polymer shown in the image?
Formula - Polyethylene
  1. It is burned
  2. It is recycled
  3. It is chopped up
  4. It is buried
Grade 9 Organic Chemistry
What evidence supports the claim that the diagram represents an alkyne?
Formula - Alkyne
  1. The diagram has two carbon molecules.
  2. The diagram uses single bonds to attach functional groups.
  3. The diagram has a triple bond between carbon molecules.
  4. The diagram shows the formula for a simple carbohydrate.
Grade 9 Organic Chemistry
Where would one most likely find the synthetic polymer that is represented in the image?
Formula - Teflon
  1. At a recycling facility
  2. Making up a styrofoam cup
  3. Lining a large frying pan
  4. Comprising a milk jug
Grade 10 Organic Chemistry
What is the name of the compound shown below?
Formula - Toluene
  1. Benzene
  2. Methylpentene
  3. Toluene
  4. (1) and (2)
Grade 10 Organic Chemistry
Which of the following chemical formulas represents an organic compound that belongs to the same homologous series as that of the hydrocarbon shown below?
Formula - Alkene
  1. [math]"C"_3 "H"_8[/math]
  2. [math]"C"_4 "H"_10[/math]
  3. [math]"C"_2 "H"_2[/math]
  4. [math]"C"_6 "H"_12[/math]
College Organic Chemistry
Given the formula below, where would a second methyl group need to be placed to create m-Xylene?
Formula - Toluene
  1. The first position, where the methyl is
  2. The second position, adjacent to the methyl group
  3. The third position, such that there is one carbon between the substituents
  4. The fourth position, such that there are two carbons between the substituents
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