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Question: In catalytic alkylation, higher iso-butane to olefin ratio gives
A.Low final boiling point product
B.Higher yield
C.Both A & B
D.Neither A nor B
Answer: Option A

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Question 1. Aromatics have the highes __________ of all the hydrocarbons of same carbon atoms.
  1.    Smoke point
  2.    Octane number
  3.    Cetane number
  4.    Viscosity
Answer: Option B
Question 2. Thermofer catalytic cracking process is a __________ process.
  1.    Fixed bed
  2.    Moving bed
  3.    Fluidised bed
  4.    Non-catalytic
Answer: Option D
Question 3. The order of preference for feedstock to a catalytic reformer is
  1.    Catalytic naphtha - coking naphtha - virgin naphtha
  2.    Coking naphtha - virgin naphtha - catalytic naphtha
  3.    Virgin naphtha - catalytic naphtha - coking naphtha
  4.    Virgin naphtha - coking naphtha - catalytic naphtha
Answer: Option B
Question 4. In sweetening process, solutizer agent used with caustic alkali is
  1.    Potassium isobutyrate
  2.    Sodium plumbite
  3.    Methanol
  4.    Phenol
Answer: Option A
Question 5. Solvent used in Edeleanu process is
  1.    Furfural
  2.    Propane
  3.    Liquid SO₂
  4.    Phenol
Answer: Option C
Question 6. Choose the correct statement regarding thermal cracking.
  1.    Moderate changes in operating temperature does not change the depth of cracking
  2.    Increased residence time results in the decreased severity of cracking
  3.    At low pressure, the yield of lighter hydrocarbons are more
  4.    Greater depth of cracking gives lower octane number gasoline
Answer: Option D

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