Question 17 and 18
In 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethene, each carbon is sp2-hybridised, thus having bond angle 120° and in tetrachloromethane carbon is sp3 -hybridised, hence bond angle is 109.5°.
For 3rd , I don’t think it’s possible because at room temperature single bond is free to rotate and hence will exist in all of it’s conformers instead of just one
During cracking of alkanes C-C bond breaks rather than C-H bonds because bond dissociation enthalpy of C-C bond is less than that of C-H bond
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5- D and 6-A???
But answer key says B for question 5