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hey does anyone know the hazards for Potassium (vi) dichromate (internet is giving crap) also i need hazards for sodium carbonate and hydrogen carbonate.


I also need help on two overall equations:

1)overall equation for a tertiary alcohol (2-methylpropan-2-ol) reacting wit sodium.

2) overall equation for carboxylic acid(any) reacting with sodium carbonate.

any help would be gratefull

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2) 2CH3COOH + NA2C03 ------> 2CH3COONA + C02 + 2H20



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2) 2CH3COOH + NA2C03 ------> 2CH3COONA + C02 + 2H20



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thanx Dimez i still can't find the tertiary alcohol if anyone could offer any assistance i will be very grateful
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DUSTS OR VAPORS OF SODIUM CARBONATE MAY CAUSE IRRITATION OF MUCOUS MEMBRANES WITH SUBSEQUENT COUGHING AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH.

Basically Irritant

Potassium dichromate - DANGEROUS FIRE RISK IN CONTACT WITH ORG MATERIALS.

Hydrogen Carbonate????

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What are the conditions for the tertiary alchahol reaction?
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DUSTS OR VAPORS OF SODIUM CARBONATE MAY CAUSE IRRITATION OF MUCOUS MEMBRANES WITH SUBSEQUENT COUGHING AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH.

Basically Irritant

Potassium dichromate - DANGEROUS FIRE RISK IN CONTACT WITH ORG MATERIALS.

Hydrogen Carbonate????

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What are the conditions for the tertiary alchahol reaction?
on my question paper it say 2-methylpropan-2-ol reacts with Sodium, and i need the mechainm of the reaction. so if someone knows the overall equation i can write out the mechainm. It doesn't specify any conditions.
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The Na replaces the hydrogen on the alchohol group, its that simple

Further info at:http://www.chemguide.co.uk/organicpr...odium.html#top
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The Na replaces the hydrogen on the alchohol group, its that simple

Further info at:http://www.chemguide.co.uk/organicpr...odium.html#top
thanx all of you guys u helped me alot
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