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A2 Organic Revision Arenes Carbonyls

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Give equation, reagents, conditions: name prods if appropriate (arenes) How would you make chlorobenzene from benzene? How would you make nitrobenzene from benzene? Include equation for formation of electrophile. What is the test for phenol? Equation only for phenol with (a) sodium hydroxide (b) sodium metal Associated material: mechanisms, uses of phenol, ease of bromination, bonding in benzene

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How would you make chlorobenzene from benzene? Equation: Reagents Conditions

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How would you make nitrobenzene from benzene? Equation: (electrophile) Equation Reagents Conditions

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Test for phenol Equation: Reagents + obs Conditions

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Equation only for phenol with (a) sodium hydroxide (b) sodium metal Equation NaOH: Equation Na:

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Give equation, reagents, conditions: name prods if appropriate (carbonyls) The (a) partial (b) complete oxidation of (i)propan-1-ol (ii) propan-2-ol Oxidation of benzene carbaldehyde (benzaldehyde/phenylmethanal) How would you carry out the reduction of butanal How would you test for a carbonyl group? How would you distinguish between an aldehyde and a ketone? Write an equation showing how the organic product is formed.

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The (a) partial (b) complete oxidation of (i)propan-1-ol (ii) propan-2-ol (a) (i) Equation Reagent Conditions

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The (a) partial (b) complete oxidation of (i)propan-1-ol (ii) propan-2-ol (b) (i) Equation Reagent Conditions

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The (a) partial (b) complete oxidation of (i)propan-1-ol (ii) propan-2-ol (b) (ii) Equation Reagent Conditions

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butanal reduction Equation Reagent Conditions

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Carbonyl test Reagent Conditions

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test for aldehyde vs ketone Equation Reagent Conditions

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