10 multiple choice on Carbon compounds

QUESTION 1Carbon occurs naturally in elemental form, C, but combined forms, such as CH4, are synthesized and are not normally found in nature.TRUEFALSE2 points  QUESTION 2Which of the following is true of carbon?Carbon can bond with other carbon atoms, sharing a maximum of eight electrons.Carbon has a very low melting point because C-C bonds are weak.Carbon can form single, double, or triple bonds with another carbon atom.None of the above.3 points  QUESTION 3The following structure shows a cyclohexane ring with two attached methyl groups.     TRUEFALSE2 points  QUESTION 4The following molecule is called 4-hexene.     TRUEFALSE2 points  QUESTION 5What is the name of the following organic compound?     1-chloro-2-fluoro-ethane1-fluoro-2-chloro-ethene1,2-chlorofluoroethylene1,2-dichlorofluoroethane3 points  QUESTION 6What is the name of the following organic compound?cyclohexene hydroxidecyclohexane alcohol1-hexene-1-ol2,4,5-trimethylcyclohexanol3 points  QUESTION 7The basic structure of an amino acid contains the amine group, NH2, and a carboxylic acid group separated by one or more carbon atoms.TRUEFALSE2 points  QUESTION 8The amine group within an amino acid has which structure?                3 points  QUESTION 9Due to the repeating units of “fatty acids” they contain, triglycerides are considered biological polymers.TRUEFALSE2 points  QUESTION 10Which of the following is not an example of a biological polymer?blood serum’s albuminsaliva’s amylasetable sugar (sucrose)glycerol3 points

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