CH2 - Naming reactions and their conditions

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What is the reaction between an alcohol and oxygen called?
Oxidation reaction
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What are the conditions for an oxidation reaction
Potassium dichromate and heat
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What is the reaction between an alkene and water called?
Catalytic hydration
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What are the conditions for catalytic hydration?
60-70 atm; 300'C; phosphoric acid catalyst
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What is the reaction between a haloalkane and sodium hydroxide dissolved in ethanol?
Elimination reaction
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What are the conditions for an elimination reaction?
NaOH dissolved in ethanol; heat
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What is the reaction between an alkene and hydrogen halide called?
Electrophilic addition reaction
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What is the reaction between an alkene and bromine called?
Electrophilic addition reaction
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What are electrophilic addition reactions an example of?
Heterolytic bond fission
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What is the reaction between a haloalkane and aqueous sodium hydroxide called?
Nucleophilic substitution
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What is the reaction between an alkane and a halogen called?
Halogenation
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What is the reaction between a alkene and hydrogen called?
Hydrogenation
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What is used to dehydrate an alcohol?
Concentrated sulfuric acid
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What is the reaction between a carboxylic acid and an alcohol called?
Esterification
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What conditions are required for esterification?
Conc sulfuric acid
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