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2. Why does a ketone not change Fehling's solution?

  • Does not oxidise further
  • Because it has a spare hydrogen
  • Does not reduce further

3. To form a aldehyde/ketone, you must oxidise a alcohol with ...

  • alkaline potassium chromate
  • acidified potassium dichromate
  • acidified potassium chromate

4. If you were to reduce an aldehyde, what would be produced?

  • Primary alcohol
  • Carboxylic acid
  • Ketone

5. When oxidised, the solution will turn from ...

  • orange --> green
  • green --> orange
  • orange --> blue


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