1. Why does bromine act more readily with cyclohexene than with benzene
- Bromine accepts delocalised electrons
- Bromine cannot react with either
- Localised electrons can polarise bromine molecules
- Halogen carrier
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2. What is the name of the salt formed when phenol reacts with sodium hydroxide
- Sodium phenoxide
- Sodium benzoate
- Phenol benzoate
3. What does H- ion act as in a nucleophilic addition with aldehydes and ketones?
- Oxidising agent
4. What is the name of the white precipitate formed when phenol reacts with bromine?
- 1, 2 - dibromophenol
- Phenol doesn't react with bromine
- 2, 4, 6 - tribromophenol
5. What does Brady's reagent test for?
- Carbonyl groups
- Carbon carbon double bonds
- Ketones only
- Aldehyde only