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This solution does not change its pH when an acid/alkali are added or if it is diluted
buffer
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this molecule undergoes electrophilic substitution reactions
benzene
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this is better to use instead of ethanoyl chloride when preparing aspirin
ethanoic anhydride
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this is a proton donor
acid
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this is the use of a quarternary ammonium salt
surfactant
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propan1,2,3 triol is the systematic name for this
glycerol
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this link is present when amino acids join together
peptide
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the name given to the end point in a neutralisation rection
equvalence point
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the name of the lone pair donor used to make amines from halogen alkanes
ammonia
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the name for the standard used in proton NMR
tetramethylsilane
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the type of catalyst used when benzene reacts with chlorine
friedal crafts
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this is a proton donor

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