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Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (1) nylon - 6,10
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (2) contains the -CO-NH- group
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (3) forms an alcohol on hydrolysis
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (4) a condensation polymer
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (5) made from…… ethane-1,2-diol and benzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (6) first made by Carothers
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (7) polyethylene terephthalate (PET!!!)
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (8) successfully developed by UK chemist Rex Whinfield
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (9) molecules can be aligned in 1,2 or 3 dimensions
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (10) used to make bottles for carbonated drinks
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (11) hydrogen bonds exist between the polymer chains
Polyester or polyamide …….. you decide!! (12) hydrolysis can be speeded up with acid or alkali catalyst
Condensation polymerisation L.O.: Describe condensation polymerisation forming polyesters. State the use of polyesters as fibres in clothing. Describe.
There are two main kinds of polymers. Type 1: Addition Polymers Each small molecule adds to the end of a growing chain. Polyethylene is an example Type.
Condensation Polymerisation. When condensation polymerisation takes place, the monomer molecules join to make the polymer molecule and water. Condensation.
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Week 8 © Pearson Education Ltd 2009 This document may have been altered from the original Describe condensation polymerisation forming polyesters and polyamides,
Polymers are large molecules made by linking together many smaller molecules, called monomers. Polymerization reactions can either be classified as addition.
20.4 Condensation Reactions. Assessment Statements Describe, using equations, the reactions with alcohol with carboxylic acids to form esters and.
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10.5 Polymerization These reactions involve the addition of many single “subunits” together to form giant molecules (macromolecules) called polymers.
PETROLEUM AS A BUILDING SOURCE Petrochemicals- from oil/nat.gas Detergents, plastics, drugs, fabrics, cosmetics, rubber, etc. Few molecules needed to build.
Polymers Plastics and Fabrics. What’s a Polymer? Made up of monomers (single unit) long chains of many monomers (generally 10 or more) are called.
Multifibre Strip Acetate Cotton Nylon Polyester Acrylic Wool.
POLYMERS. Addition polymers Condensation polymers.
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After completing this topic you should be able to : Condensation polymers are made from monomers with two functional groups per molecule. Draw the structure.
New Way Chemistry for Hong Kong A-Level 3B 1 Overal equation: Nylon 6,6 6C.
Week 9 © Pearson Education Ltd 2009 This document may have been altered from the original Describe the acid and base hydrolysis of polyesters and polyamides.
Unit 2 Polymers. Go to question A monomer used to make Kevlar is shown opposite. What is the percentage of carbon by mass, in this monomer?
HL organic chemistry topic 20 More functional groups More functional groups Amines Amines NH 2 NH 2 Draw 1-aminopropane (propanamine) and give condensed.
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End Show Slide 1 of 29 chemistry. End Show © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 2 of 29 Polymerization Snap beads are a favorite toy for toddlers.
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Chapter 2- Polymer Chemistry. 2.1 Introducting Polymers Monomer: the smallest repeating unit of a polymer (propene in polypropylene). Polymer: a long.
Polymerisation Addition Polymerisation Condensation Polymerisation Uses of polymers.
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POLYMER CHEMISTRY. Natural and Synthetic Polymers Polymers are made up of many (poly) repeating units (mer). Simple polymers are made up of single monomers.
Polymers large molecules made by linking smaller, single unit (monomers) together Many natural polymers form important organic molecules such as DNA, and.
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N5 – Unit 3 - Chemistry in Society Polymers. Examples of plastics.
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Chapter 21 Other Organic Compounds 21.1 Functional Groups 21.2 More Classes of Organic Compounds 21.3 Organic Reactions 21.4 Polymers.
MACROMOLECULES EXAMPLE IS NOT THE MAIN THING IN INFLUENCING OTHERS. IT IS THE ONLY THING. ALBERT SCHWEITZER Ch.16 J.C. Rowe Windsor University School of.
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Starter What is the difference between an addition and condensation polymer? Write an equation for the polymerisation of two molecules of 3-hydroxypropanoic.
Section 10.5 (pg ) Organic Chemistry: Polymerization Reactions Today’s Objectives: 1)Define, illustrate, and give examples of monomers, polymers,
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