Unit 4 Chemistry OCR

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What are the conditions for the reaction in which benzene becomes nitrobenzene?
Conc. H2SO4, Conc. HNO3 at 50 degrees C.
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What is a suitable halogen carrier for a bromonation reaction of benzene?
Fe
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What inorganic product is produced when NaOH reacts with phenol?
H2O
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What inorganic product is produced when Na reacts with phenol?
H2
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What are the products of a Carboxylic acid and an Alcohol's reaction?
An Ester and Water.
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What is the product of a amine - acid reaction?
Salts
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What are the two reactants to produce an amine?
Halogenoalkane and ammonia
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How do you prepare an aromatic amine from nitrobenzene?
Conc. HCl and Sn under reflux followed by neutralisation of it with excess HCl. (6[H]).
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What inorganic product is formed in the preparation of an aromatic amine from nitrobenzene?
Two water molecules.
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Does Benzene or Phenol react more readily in bromonation? Why?
Phenol. The extra lone pair from the oxygen feeds into the delocalised cloud of electrons above and below the plane.
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