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1. What are the conditions for a primary alcohol to turn into a carboxylic acid?

  • Pass vapour over heated catalyst
  • Platinium catalyst at room temperature
  • Reflux
  • Concentrated phosphoric acid catalyst, 300 degrees celsius, 60 atm
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2. What are the conditions for a halogenoalkane to turn into a nitrile?

  • Platinium catalyst at room temperature
  • Concentrated phosphoric acid catalyst, 300 degrees celsius, 60 atm
  • Reflux
  • Pass vapour over heated catalyst

3. What are the conditions for an alkane to turn into a halogenoalkane?

  • Room temperature
  • Concentrated aqueous solution of halogen
  • UV light
  • Platinium catalyst at room temperature

4. What type of reaction turns an alcohol into an alkene?

  • Nucleophilic substitution
  • Elimanition
  • Electrophilic addition
  • Radical substitution

5. What type of reaction turns a alkene into a halogenoalkane?

  • Nucleophilic substitution
  • Halogenation
  • Electrophilic addition
  • Radical substitution

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