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    (Original post by thomaarrss)
    i said to make the ester into sodium ethanoate, you had to add water and h+ catalyst to break it up then naoh, then chromatograpy
    i said chromatography too mate, couldn't think of anything else apart from filtration and i didn't think that was right
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    (Original post by Ebaysass)
    Yep White Ppt of Agcl
    i think it's supposed to be add water and the white misty fumes of HCl are evolved, both of the compounds had chlorine in, i didn't put that but it's what my friend said
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    It is KCN with some acid because you need H+ ions. I do not know where people are getting the idea that it is in ethanolic solution.


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    Ok so who's gunna make the hitler reacts video? They had the cheek to do it last year so ours better be a whole movie bmt
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    (Original post by the1pedro)
    Add water
    Acyl chloride will give off white misty fumes
    Haloalkane will show no change
    Bingo.
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    (Original post by Powpao)
    Did anyone get 1st and 2nd order for the rate equation question. The numbers were so awkward.
    I think I might have put that, although it was really just a guess. Most difficult rates question I have ever done
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    (Original post by Bacardigan)
    Just thinking about it I think the structure is 4-hydroxy-3,3-dimethyl butanal.
    no C double bond O in the IR Spectrum
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    (Original post by Ebaysass)
    Yep White Ppt of Agcl
    I said white precipitate for the acyl, nothing for the one directly bonded to a methyl
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    (Original post by girl :D)
    i wrote the same reagent but i wrote effervescence for acyl chloride
    I put same as you 😊
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    I put ammonia for the test for acyl chlorides to give misty fumes
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    what's the hydrogen percentage and the peak for that question
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    (Original post by oweneagle)
    i think it's supposed to be add water and the white misty fumes of HCl are evolved, both of the compounds had chlorine in, i didn't put that but it's what my friend said
    Oh fudge! Well i said both H20 and Agno3 so should be fine!!
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    For step three would it be right if you put nabh4 instead of lial4
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    (Original post by MrSmashface)
    Yeah fully dissociates, Ka would be infinite (you would be dividing by 0)
    No equilibrium established so no KA values . fully dissociates
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    What was the mechanism for the acetate? Nucleophilic addition?
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    (Original post by FireBLue97)
    0 and 2 for rate
    I got that.

    (Original post by bluhbluhbuh)
    guys pls what is ethanoic acid + nitric acid, where ethanoic acid acts as a base pls halp
    CH3COOH2+ + NO3-
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    unofficial marksheme?
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    what did u guys put for the oder of E and F
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    (Original post by Sani Ej)
    For the rate equation i put the same as the one they gave us i thought it had no effect
    i put this as well! is it right?
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    (Original post by K2Cr2O7)
    I put H2O.
    haloalkane - no change
    Acyl chloride - misty fumes
    ???? not sure though
    Yep, same.
 
 
 
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