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Explain how a student could analyse the chromatogram to identify the three a-amino acids present
Calculate Rf values and compare to database
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Aspirin has the functional groups Ester and Carboxylic Acid. Suggest a reagent that will react with it.
Na2CO3 (A metal Oxide) will react with the Carboxylic Acid
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Paracetamol has the functional groups Amide and Phenol. Suggest a reagent that will react with it.
Br2 will react because of the phenol
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Write the formula of the salt formed when C2H5NH2 reacts with ethanoic acid
(C2H5NH3+)SO4-
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Write the formula of the salt formed when C2H5NH2 reacts with sulfuric acid
C2H5NH3+CH3COO-
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Explain why (CD3)2SO is used as the solvent rather than (CH3)2SO
(CD3)2SO does not absorb
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Aspirin has the functional groups Ester and Carboxylic Acid. Suggest a reagent that will react with it.

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Na2CO3 (A metal Oxide) will react with the Carboxylic Acid

Card 3

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Paracetamol has the functional groups Amide and Phenol. Suggest a reagent that will react with it.

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Card 4

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Write the formula of the salt formed when C2H5NH2 reacts with ethanoic acid

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Card 5

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Write the formula of the salt formed when C2H5NH2 reacts with sulfuric acid

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