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part b
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do you know what a functional group means?
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I see aryl and amide, due to presence of NH and C double bond O...

Mark scheme says ketone and amine, how come?
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i was thinking benzene and amide too (aryl and amide) i have no ideaaaaa why this is wrong! which crazy exam board is this
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I see aryl and amide, due to presence of NH and C double bond O...

Mark scheme says ketone and amine, how come?
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can i pls see answer to part d
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Question is in AS and A level course book chemistry
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i was thinking benzene and amide too (aryl and amide) i have no ideaaaaa why this is wrong! which crazy exam board is this
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can i pls see answer to part d
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hmmm im thinking...because it's AS not A2, they expect u to only know ketones and amines as seperate functional groups. maybe theyre intentionally misleading u bc u havent learnt amides till u reach y13
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A2 last chapter about drugs, and compounds' synthesis using organic
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hmmm im thinking...because it's AS not A2, they expect u to only know ketones and amines as seperate functional groups. maybe theyre intentionally misleading u bc u havent learnt amides till u reach y13
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Can you please explain?
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the C=O N- structure implies an amide, not an amine.... ^^
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Hehe i know thalidomide from Breaking Bad im not even doing a level chem. thalidomide can help you sleep but its optical isomer can cause birth defects.
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