Activities Quiz
1.

How do these hydrocarbons differ? (Activity 4A)

question #1

One of these hydrocarbons has a ring structure.
One of these hydrocarbons has a double bond.
One of these hydrocarbons is branched.
These hydrocarbons are identical.
One of these hydrocarbons is longer than the other.


2.

How do these hydrocarbons differ? (Activity 4A)

question #2

One of these hydrocarbons is longer than the other.
One of these hydrocarbons has a double bond.
One of these hydrocarbons is branched.
One of these hydrocarbons has a ring structure.
These hydrocarbons are identical.


3.

How do these hydrocarbons differ? (Activity 4A)

question #3

These hydrocarbons are identical.
One of these hydrocarbons has a ring structure.
One of these hydrocarbons is longer than the other.
One of these hydrocarbons is branched.
One of these hydrocarbons has a double bond.


4.

How do these hydrocarbons differ? (Activity 4A)

question #4

One of these hydrocarbons is branched.
One of these hydrocarbons has a ring structure.
One of these hydrocarbons has a double bond.
The hydrocarbon on the left contains more carbon atoms than the hydrocarbon on the right.
These hydrocarbons are identical.


5.

How many hydrogen atoms can be attached to carbon A? (Activity 4A)

question #5

0
1
2
3
4


6.

How many hydrogen atoms can be attached to carbon B? (Activity 4A)

question #6

1
2
3
4
0


7.

L-dopa is used to treat _____. (Activity 4B)

Alzheimer's disease
muscle sprains
Marfan's syndrome
laryngitis
Parkinson's disease


8.

What kind of effect does R-dopa have on Parkinson's disease? (Activity 4B)

It alleviates the symptoms.
It makes the symptoms of Parkinson's disease worse.
At first it makes the symptoms worse but over the long term it alleviates the symptoms.
None.
At first it alleviates the symptoms but over the long term it makes the symptoms worse.


9.

These molecules are _____. (Activity 4B)

question #9

geometric isomers
amines
enantiomers
structural isomers
thiols


10.

These molecules are _____. (Activity 4B)

question #10

structural isomers
ATP and ADP
enantiomers
thiols
geometric isomers


11.

These molecules are _____. (Activity 4B)

question #11

geometric isomers
enantiomers
thiols
structural isomers
R-dopa and L-dopa


12.

Enantiomers are molecules that _____. (Activity 4B)

are isomers that differ in the covalent partnerships between their atoms
contain a carboxyl group
differ in the arrangement of their molecules about a double bond
are mirror images
contain an —OH group


13.

Geometric isomers are molecules that _____. (Activity 4B)

are isomers that differ in the covalent partnerships between their atoms
are isomers in which one of the molecules contains an amino group and the other contains a phosphate group
are mirror images
differ in their molecular formulas
differ in the arrangement of their molecules about a double bond


14.

This pair of molecules are _____. (Activity 4B)

question #14

enantiomers
identical
geometric isomers
structural isomers
not isomers


15.

Which one of these is an amino group? (Activity 4C)

question #15

B
D
E
A
C


16.

Which of these is a phosphate group? (Activity 4C)

question #16

B
A
C
E
F


17.

Which of these is a hydroxyl group? (Activity 4C)

question #17

A
E
C
D
F


18.

Which of these is a carboxyl group? (Activity 4C)

question #18

B
A
C
F
E


19.

Which of these functional groups is characteristic of alcohol? (Activity 4C)

question #19

A
D
C
B
E


20.

Which of the functional groups behaves as a base? (Activity 4C)

question #20

A
E
C
F
B


21.

Which of these groups is characteristic of thiols? (Activity 4C)

question #21

A
B
D
F
E


22.

Which of these groups plays a major role in energy transfer? (Activity 4C)

question #22

D
C
A
B
E


23.

Which of these is a carbonyl group? (Activity 4C)

question #23

C
E
B
F
A


24.

Which of these functional groups is characteristic of a ketone? (Activity 4C)

question #24

E
B
A
D
C


25.

Which of these functional groups behaves as an acid? (Activity 4C)

question #25

A
E
F
C
D



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