1) Where are hydrocarbons found? a) Petroleum b) Natural gas c) Coal d) All of the above 2) In how many types can hydrocarbons be classified? a) 2 b) 5 c) 6 d) 8 3) What are the types of hydrocarbons called? a) All of the above b) None of the above c) Methane , Propane and Butane d) Aliphatic and Aromatic 4) What is obtained from the halogenation of methane? a) Carbon and hydrogen joined by single bonds. b) Methane and halogens joined by single bonds. 5) What is the halogenation of alcohols? a) The process by which one or more halogen atoms are introduced into an organic compound. b) Halogenation is understood as the process by which one or more halogen atoms are introduced into an organic compound. 6) What is the halogenation of an alkene? a) It is a reaction that occurs when one or more halogens are added to a substance. b) It is a reaction that occurs when one or more pathogens are added to a substance. 7) What is the first rule for naming a carbide? a) The carbons are added. b) They are arranged vertically. c) The longest chain is chosen as the main chain. 8) Choose is the correct name of the following alkane a) 2,2,4-trimetil pentano b) 4-etil-3,7-dimetil octeno c) 4-isopropil- 3,5 dimetil octano 9) Which of the following synthesis has as a definition: it is a method for the formation of carbon-carbon bond between alkyl / aryl halides and carbonyls such as aldehydes, ketones or esters. a) Wurtz synthesis b) Grignard synthesis c) Boyle synthesis

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