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Solve! The correct match between item I and item -II is Item-I Item-II (drug) (test) A chioroxylenol P carbylamine test B Norethindrone Q sodium hydrogen carnonate C Sulphayridine R ferric choride test D Penicilline S Bayer's test

The correct match between  item I and item -II is

              Item-I                              Item-II

              (drug)                               (test)

A         chioroxylenol                P    carbylamine test

B         Norethindrone               Q    sodium hydrogen carnonate

C         Sulphayridine              R  ferric choride test

D         Penicilline                  S  Bayer's test   

 

  • Option 1)

    A→R; B→P;C→S;D→Q

  • Option 2)

    A→Q; B→S;C→P;D→R

  • Option 3)

    A→R; B→S;C→P;D→Q

  • Option 4)

    A→Q; B→P;C→S;D→R

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Lassaigne’s test for Unsaturation( Baeyer's test) -

Compound + 1% alkaline
KMNOSolution -------------->  Pink Color Disappear

- wherein

Alkene or Alkyne Present

 

 

Test of Ferric -

Fe(OH)_3 + 3H^{+} \rightarrow Fe^{3+} +3H_2O

Fe^{3+} +6SCN^{-} \rightarrow [Fe(SCN)_6]^{3-} (deep\ red) with K4[Fe(CN)6] .Fe3+ gives Prussian blue color

- wherein

Fe^{3+} + K_{4}[Fe(CN)_6]\rightarrow KFe[Fe(CN)_6] as \:Fe_4[Fe(CN)_6]_3

 

 

Test for Carbonyl Compound -

Carbonyl + 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazinet-----------> Yellow Orange PPT

- wherein

Carbonyl Group Present

 

    as we know

1. carbylamine test

2. sodium hydrogen carbonate test

3. Feric chloride test

4.Bayer's test

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Option 1)

A→R; B→P;C→S;D→Q

Option 2)

A→Q; B→S;C→P;D→R

Option 3)

A→R; B→S;C→P;D→Q

Option 4)

A→Q; B→P;C→S;D→R

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