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primary alcohol
it has 1 alkyl group attached to the C atom carrying the OH group
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why do alcohols have low volatility ?
because the strong H bonding has to be broken and this requires a lot of energy
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why are alcohols soluble in water ?
because H bonds occur between OH of alcohols and water molecules
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in alcohols complete combustion results in the formation of which products ?
carbondioxide and water
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write down the onbservation between the reaction of alcohols with sodium
sodium dissapears bubbles of gas given off ..white solid forms
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how can halogenoalkanes be formed from alcohol?
by reacting phosphorous V chloride with primary secondary or tertiary alcohols
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what are the observation when making hakogenoalkane from alcohol
streamy fumes of HCL is given off and these turn blue litmus paper red
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the reaction of making a halogenoalkane from an alcohol is which type of rcn and is used to test for what
substitution reaction which is used to best for the presence of OH group
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when oxidising alcohols what is the oxidising agent ?
K or NaCr2O7
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What is the colour change of potassium dichromate 6 if added to a primary or secondary alcohol
from orange to dark green
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because the strong H bonding has to be broken and this requires a lot of energy

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why do alcohols have low volatility ?

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because H bonds occur between OH of alcohols and water molecules

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carbondioxide and water

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