PHENOL

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  • Created on: 18-03-15 20:16

1. what makes phenol more reactive than benzene?

  • increased bond strength due to lone pair of Oxygen
  • increased electron density due to lone pair of Oxygen
  • decreased electron density due to lone pair of Oxygen
  • less hydrogens
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2. properties of phenol

  • solid at RTP, soluble in water
  • liquid at RTP, insoluble in water
  • solid at 50 degrees C, hydrophobic
  • gas at RTP, catalyst

3. phenol + NaOH =

  • sodium phenoxide + h20
  • phenol hydroxide + Na
  • sodium hydroxide
  • sodium metal + h20

4. Use of phenol

  • laptops
  • batteries
  • detergent
  • socks

5. phenol + bromine =

  • 2, 4, 6- tribromophenoxide
  • 2, 4, 6- tribromophenol
  • 1, 3, 4- tribromophenol
  • 1, 2, 3- tribromophenol

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