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Question 3(c)(iiii)
http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/243457-...d-analysis.pdf

Could anyone help? I would be so grateful
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H3CH2COH is one of them it always breaks off at acid hydryolysis at that point.
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another could be benzene-ch2-ch2-ch2-nh2
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cooh (from the ch2 furtherst from the right

and the last one is the other one
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(Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
another could be benzene-ch2-ch2-ch2-nh2
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cooh (from the ch2 furtherst from the right

and the last one is the other one
Could you explain why please?
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