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Ch15 : Oxidation of Alcohols

The outcome of oxidation reactions of alcohols depends on the substituents on the carbinol carbon In order for each oxidation step to occur there must be H on the carbinol carbon Primary alcohols can be oxidised to aldehydes or further to carboxylic acids In aqueous media the carboxylic acid is usually the major product

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an s we r s ALDEHYDES AND KETONES: REDUCTION

d) Sodium tetrahydridoborate(III) is much less reactive and doesn't react with alcohols (or water as long as it is alkaline) Reactions can be done in solution in an alcohol such as methanol or ethanol and the mixture has to be heated under reflux

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Alcohols

Physical propertiesGeneral formula: CnH2n+1OHExamples: CH3OH - methanol C2H5OH - ethanol IsomerismFor example: C3H7OHStereoisomers of butan-2-ol exist (i e two optical isomers) form due to the presence of an asymmetrical carbon atom - one carbon which has attached to it four different groups Chemical propertiesPrimary and secondary but not tertiary alcohols

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3 9 Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives

03 02 2018methyl propanoate sodium propanoate methanol The carboxylic acid salt product is the anion of the carboxylic acid The anion is resistant to attack by weak nucleophiles such as alcohols so the reaction is not reversible This reaction goes to completion N

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Alcohol oxidation

Alcohols possessing two hydroxy groups located on adjacent carbons —that is 1 2-diols— suffer oxidative breakage at a carbon-carbon bond with some oxidants such as sodium periodate (NaIO 4) or lead tetraacetate (Pb(OAc) 4) resulting in generation of two carbonyl groups The reaction is also known as glycol cleavage

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Mechanism for oxidation of primary alcohols to carboxylic

Here's some evidence that supports this pathway One of the most well-known methods to selectively oxidise primary alcohols to aldehydes without further oxidation to the carboxylic acid is by using pyridinium chlorochromate in dichloromethane as solvent This presumably works because water is excluded which prevents the hydrate from being

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Organic functional group test: A Level Chemistry

Introduction In this blog post I summarise all the organic tests required for A Level Chemistry If you have not already done so you should read my previous post and ensure that you are familiar with the chemical tests listed here Mechanisms for some of the reactions listed below can be found here Test for alkenes

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Alcohol carboxylic acid and esters

Alcohol carboxylic acid and esters Search this site Navigation Introduction SIO Content Page 1 What are alcohols? 2 Properties of alcohols 3 Formation of alcohols 4 Uses of alcohol 5 What are carboxylic acids? 6 Properties of carboxylic acids 7 Formation of carboxylic acids 8 Esters and Formation of esters 9 Uses of esters Quiz References 6 Properties of

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an s we r s ALDEHYDES AND KETONES: REDUCTION

d) Sodium tetrahydridoborate(III) is much less reactive and doesn't react with alcohols (or water as long as it is alkaline) Reactions can be done in solution in an alcohol such as methanol or ethanol and the mixture has to be heated under reflux

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Carboxylic acid

These longer chain acids tend to be soluble in less-polar solvents such as ethers and alcohols Aqueous sodium hydroxide and carboxylic acids even hydrophobic ones react to yield water-soluble sodium salts For example enathic acid has a low solubility in water (0 2 g/L) but its sodium salt is very soluble in water

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Carboxylic acid synthesis by oxidation of alcohols

An atom-economical and environmentally friendly dehydrogenation of amino alcohols to amino acid salts using just basic water without the need of pre-protection or added oxidant is catalyzed by a ruthenium pincer complex Water is the solvent the source of the oxygen atom of the carboxylic acid group and the actual oxidant Many important and

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Carbonyl Group

Many people have trouble naming esters but if you know the basic rules of organic nomenclature it should be easy The part highlighted in red comes from the carboxylic acid and is suffixed with -oate for example ethanoic acid becomes ethanoate This is the part that has a carbonyl group

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some more reactions of phenol

A typical acid anhydride is ethanoic anhydride (CH 3 CO) 2 O The reactions of acid anhydrides are slower than the corresponding reactions with acyl chlorides and you usually need to warm the mixture Again you can react the phenol with sodium hydroxide solution first producing the more reactive phenoxide ion

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reaction of acid/acyl chlorides with alcohols nucleophilic

10 7 Acid (Acyl) Chlorides Reaction with alcohols Examples are explained of the organic chemistry mechanisms for acid/acyl chlorides undergoing nucleophilic addition and elimination reactions They are described with diagrams and full explanation revision notes Esterification with alcohols to give an ester The revision notes include full

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Reactions of Carboxylic Acids

Esters are compounds formed by the reaction of carboxylic acids with alcohols and they have a general structural formula of: The simplest method of preparation is the Fischer method in which an alcohol and an acid are reacted in an acidic medium The reaction exists in an equilibrium condition and does not go to completion unless a product is removed as fast as it forms

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Organic functional group test: A Level Chemistry

Introduction In this blog post I summarise all the organic tests required for A Level Chemistry If you have not already done so you should read my previous post and ensure that you are familiar with the chemical tests listed here Mechanisms for some of the reactions listed below can be found here Test for alkenes

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GCSE CHEMISTRY

Ethanoic acid will react with alcohols in the presence of concentrated sulfuric acid to form esters Concentrated sulfuric acid is a catalyst for this reaction methanol + ethanoic acid methyl ethanoate + water CH 3 OH (aq) + CH 3 CO 2 H (aq) CH 3 CO 2 CH 3 (aq) + H 2 O (l) The structure of methyl ethanoate ethanol + ethanoic acid ethyl

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Carboxylic acid

Carboxylic acid - Carboxylic acid - Aromatic acids: Aromatic acids include compounds that contain a COOH group bonded to an aromatic ring The simplest aromatic acid is benzoic acid Aromatic carboxylic acids show not only the acidity and other reactions expected of carboxylic acids (as an acid benzoic acid is slightly stronger than acetic acid) but similar to other

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Practical 30: Alcohols – IB Chemistry blog

04 12 2015Experiments on the chemical properties of alcohols Investigating the chemical properties of alcohols in reactions I DESIGN Background information: Alcohols are compounds where one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by an -OH group There are 3 types of alcohols - primary secondary and tertiary alcohols The difference between the groups is

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