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Aldehydes & Ketones concepts are essential to learning for every level in chemistry courses. Here, we have compiled many Aldehydes & Ketones quizzes free for students of grades 11 and 12. We hope you will find this very useful for your regular exam preparations and entry tests at undergraduate levels, particularly for medical and engineering students (MDCAT, ECAT, NUST, NUMS, JEE, NEET).


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#1. Which of the following substance produce acetaldehyde on dry distillation?

#2. Which of the following will have the highest boiling point?

#3. Which of the following reaction is not shown by ketones?

#4. The carbon atom of the carbonyl group is:

#5. Which of the following substances does not give Iodoform test?

#6. Formalin is _______ % solution of formaldehyde in water:

#7. Which of the following aldehydes shows rapid reaction with sodium nitroprusside?

#8. Acetone reacts with HCN to form a cyanohydrin. It is an example of:

#9. Which of the following compounds will react with Tollens reagent?

#10. Which of the following reactions may be associated with aldehyde and ketone?

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