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anyone know what topic this is in OCR B Salters Chem? or how this is the answer?

first time seeing this type of question, haven't come across it in the cgp guide at all. its in the ozone story section of practice questions on the physicsandmathstutorwebsite, but never come across the content surrounding this. any help explaining why this is the answer would be great thanks :smile:
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(edited 2 years ago)
'Azo group' : R-N=N-R'
Diazonium ion: N≡N+ (eg. diazonium chloride would be N≡N+Cl- )

Recommend watching these at 2x since the guy talks slow!
These two videos go through the diazotisation of phenyl amine (reagents and conditions are mentioned too)
(skip to 0:30 mark for the first video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZWmLHPTj4c&list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci&index=6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BAQ_h-rZH4&list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci&index=7

I'm assuming you're familiar with amines and phenyl amines, but if you aren't, try going through this playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci
Hope it helps:smile:
(edited 2 years ago)
Original post by shrey1118
'Azo group' : R-N=N-R'
Diazonium ion: N≡N+ (eg. diazonium chloride would be N≡N+Cl- )

Recommend watching these at 2x since the guy talks slow!
These two videos go through the diazotisation of phenyl amine (reagents and conditions are mentioned too)
(skip to 0:30 mark for the first video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZWmLHPTj4c&list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci&index=6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BAQ_h-rZH4&list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci&index=7

I'm assuming you're familiar with amines and phenyl amines, but if you aren't, try going through this playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6dPmCG726ZMUWkSwdFyOnjmQFHYMusci
Hope it helps:smile:

thank you!!!!!

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