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    Is this all of them? (A2, AQA)

    1) Alkane – Alkene
    2) Alkene – Primary Alcohol
    3) Primary Alcohol – Aldehyde
    4) Aldehyde – Carboxylic Acid
    5) Carboxylic Acid – Acyl Chloride
    6) Acyl Chloride – Amide
    7) Acyl Chloride – N-Substituted Amide
    8) Acyl Chloride – Ester
    9) Acyl Chloride – Carboxylic Acid
    10) Carboxylic Acid – Aldehyde
    11) Aldehyde – Primary Alcohol
    12) Primary Alcohol – Alkene
    13) Primary Alcohol – Ester
    14) Alkene – Poly(alkene)
    15) Alkene – Secondary Haloalkane
    16) Secondary Haloalkane – Alkene
    17) Secondary Alcohol – Ketone
    18) Ketone – 2-Hydroxynitrile
    19) Ketone – Secondary Alcohol
    20) Secondary Alcohol – Alkene
    21) Alkene – Primary Haloalkane
    22) Primary Haloalkane – Primary Amine
    23) Primary Amine – Secondary Amine
    24) Secondary Amine – Tertiary Amine
    25) Tertiary Amine – Quaternary Ammonium Salt
    26) Nitrile – Primary Amine
    27) Primary Haloalkane – Nitrile
    28) Primary Haloalkane – Primary Alcohol
    29) Primary Alcohol – Alkene
    30) Alkane – Primary Haloalkane
    31) Ester – Primary Alcohol
    32) Ester – Carboxylic Acid
    33) Carboxylic Acid – Ester
    34) Alkene – Secondary Alcohol
    35) Secondary Haloalkane – Secondary Alcohol
    36) Aldehyde – 2-Hydroxynitrile

    What do we have to learn?
    How to get from one to the other? Is that it?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by why_)
    Is this all of them? (A2, AQA)

    1) Alkane – Alkene
    2) Alkene – Primary Alcohol
    3) Primary Alcohol – Aldehyde
    4) Aldehyde – Carboxylic Acid
    5) Carboxylic Acid – Acyl Chloride
    6) Acyl Chloride – Amide
    7) Acyl Chloride – N-Substituted Amide
    8) Acyl Chloride – Ester
    9) Acyl Chloride – Carboxylic Acid
    10) Carboxylic Acid – Aldehyde
    11) Aldehyde – Primary Alcohol
    12) Primary Alcohol – Alkene
    13) Primary Alcohol – Ester
    14) Alkene – Poly(alkene)
    15) Alkene – Secondary Haloalkane
    16) Secondary Haloalkane – Alkene
    17) Secondary Alcohol – Ketone
    18) Ketone – 2-Hydroxynitrile
    19) Ketone – Secondary Alcohol
    20) Secondary Alcohol – Alkene
    21) Alkene – Primary Haloalkane
    22) Primary Haloalkane – Primary Amine
    23) Primary Amine – Secondary Amine
    24) Secondary Amine – Tertiary Amine
    25) Tertiary Amine – Quaternary Ammonium Salt
    26) Nitrile – Primary Amine
    27) Primary Haloalkane – Nitrile
    28) Primary Haloalkane – Primary Alcohol
    29) Primary Alcohol – Alkene
    30) Alkane – Primary Haloalkane
    31) Ester – Primary Alcohol
    32) Ester – Carboxylic Acid
    33) Carboxylic Acid – Ester
    34) Alkene – Secondary Alcohol
    35) Secondary Haloalkane – Secondary Alcohol
    36) Aldehyde – 2-Hydroxynitrile

    What do we have to learn?
    How to get from one to the other? Is that it?

    Thanks!
    Where did you get the list from?
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    (Original post by charco)
    Where did you get the list from?
    I made it myself, from the book, but, I'm not sure if they are the only ones
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    Looking at a flowchart I made today and unless I've missed something too that list looks good to me!
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    the only thing that looks to be missing is formation and reactions of acid anhydrides. I am not sure you necessarily need to know how to make them for A level, but you do need to know their reactions.
 
 
 
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