Alcohols, Carboxylic Acids and Esters

A detailed quiz to help on Organic Compounds, a Unit in AQA C3

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1. The reaction between an Alcohol and a Carboxylic Acid can be catalysed by what?

  • An Alkali Metal
  • A piece of Iron
  • A concentrated Acid (e.g. Sulphuric Acid)
  • A Nickel catalyst
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2. When an Alcohol and Sodium react , what is given off?

  • Hydrogen gas
  • Carbon Dioxide and Water
  • Carbon Monoxide

3. How is an Ester formed?

  • Reacting an Alcohol and a Carboxylic Acid
  • Heating an Alcohol
  • Heating a Carboxylic Acid

4. How are Esters used in Industry?

  • They are used as Catalysts for other reactions
  • Through Perfumes and Artificial Food Flavourings
  • In Cleaning Products and Shoe Polish

5. What's the Carboxylic Acid in fruits such as oranges?

  • Phenolpthalein
  • Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
  • Ethanol

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