Organic Reactions (Type, reagents & conditons)

Mind map summarising all of the organic reactions needed for Unit 2, aqa AS chemistry. In red are the names of the reactions and in yellow the conditions and reagents. Yes, there are a lot, but try zooming in and focussing on a section. Some go a particular way represented by (down) and (^), some are going both! It may help to draw this out neatly onto paper! 

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  • Alkene
    • Dirbromoalkane
    • Alcohol
      • Glucose
      • Ketone
      • Aldehyde
        • Carboxylic Acid
      • Haloalkane
        • Amine
        • Nitrile
        • Alkene
          • Dirbromoalkane
          • Alcohol
            • Glucose
            • Ketone
            • Aldehyde
              • Carboxylic Acid
            • Haloalkane
              • Amine
              • Nitrile
  • Alkyl hyrdogen-sulphate
    • -> Electron Addition
      • Concentrated HBr
    • Concentrated HBr
    • K0H in ethanol, REFLUX
      • <- Elimination
    • Nuclephillic Substitution
      • KCN in ethanol, heat
    • KCN in ethanol, heat
    • Nuclephillic Substitution
      • Excess Ammonia, High pressure
    • Excess Ammonia, High pressure
    • ^  Free radical subsitution
      • CL2, UV light
    • CL2, UV light
    • Incomplete combustion
      • Limited O2
    • Excess O2
    • ^ Fermentation
      • Yeast, 37c, limited air
    • Yeast, 37c, limited air
    • Oxidation
      • K2Cr2O7,H+, Heat
    • K2Cr2O7,H+, Heat
    • Oxidation
      • K2Cr2O7,H+, Gentle heat, Distillation
    • K2Cr2O7,H+, Gentle heat, Distillation
    • Oxidation
      • K2Cr2O7,H+,  Reflux
    • K2Cr2O7,H+,  Reflux
    • -> Hyrdrolysis
      • Warm with H20
    • Warm with H20
    • (Down) Nucleophillic Substitution
      • Aqueous KOH, Heat
    • Aqueous KOH, Heat
    • (Down) Hyrdation
      • H2O, high pressure & temp. Conc. H3PO4
    • H2O, high pressure & temp. Conc. H3PO4
    • ^ Elimination
      • Conc. H2SO4
    • Conc. H2SO4
    • (Down) Electrophillic Addition
      • Conc. H2SO4
    • Conc. H2SO4
    • ^ Polymerisation
      • (Conditions vary)
    • (Conditions vary)
    • ^ Electrophillic Addition
      • Br2

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