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Organic Chemistry Nomenclature
Basic year 12 chem exam
When a haloalkane reacts with NaOH is ethanol, what mechanism is undertaken?
The three stages of free radical substitution are?
SN1 reactions occur largely for primary, secondary or tertiary reactions?
What is the energy advantage of Benzene over that of the kekule structure? (number in kilojoules)
The distinguishing test for ketones and aldehydes is?
What two reactants and under what conditions are needed for esterification?
Alcohol,Alkanoic Acid,Conc H2SO4
What distinguishing test can be used for alkanoic acid?
What distinguishing test can be used for alcohols?
What do you get, when you oxidize a alkene it becomes a?
Oxidization of a primary alcohol, with potassium permanganate turns it to a?
Dichromate turns what colour after oxidizing alcohols?
What colour is permanganate?
A primary haloalkane in water is likely to undergo , elimination, SN2 or SN1, nucleophilic substitution?
A dimer is made in what functional group?
A geometric cis isomer suggests the substituents are on the same side or across?
What is a common reducing agent used?
What is the chemical in the Friedel-Craft Reaction?
Why can the benzene ring make a hexagonal shape?
Nitro groups on a benzene ring direct how?
alkyl groups on a benzene ring direct how?
What are the 5 mechanisms?
free radical substitution, electrophilic addition, electrophilic substitution, nucleophilic substitution, elimination
What are the two types of condensation polymer bonds?
What property defines the strength of a polymer?
Which carbocation is most stable, primary, secondary or tertiary?
which type of the haloalkanes is least reactive?
Alkyl groups have a tendency to, do what to electrons?