Chemistry Unit 4

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What are the uses of phenols
Disinfectants, resins for paints, plastics and antiseptics
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What happens to Tollens reagent when it's reacted with an aldehyde?
Tollens reagent is also known as ammonical silver nitrate and when it's reacted with an aldehyde, the aldehyde is oxidised to a carboxylic acid and silver ions are reduced to silver.
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What are polyesters and polyamides used for?
Polyesters and polyamides are used as fibres in clothing
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What is chromatography?
Chromatography is an analytical technique that separates components in a mixture between a mobile phase and a stationary phase
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What are the mobile and stationary phases in TLC?
Mobile phase is either a gas or a liquid and stationary phase is a solid
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What are the mobile and stationary phases in GC?
Mobile phase is either a gas or a liquid and stationary phase is either a liquid or solid on a solid support
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What are the uses of GC-MS?
Analysis, forensics, airport security, space probes and environmental analysis
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What is NMR?
NMR is the interaction of materials with low energy radiowave region of the electromagnetic spectrum
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What are the uses of NMR?
NMR is used in MRI to obtain diagnostic information about internal structures in body scanners
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What happens to Tollens reagent when it's reacted with an aldehyde?

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Tollens reagent is also known as ammonical silver nitrate and when it's reacted with an aldehyde, the aldehyde is oxidised to a carboxylic acid and silver ions are reduced to silver.

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What are polyesters and polyamides used for?

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What is chromatography?

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What are the mobile and stationary phases in TLC?

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