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Propane is an example of this.
Propene is an example of this.
Methylpropane is an example of this.
Chloroethane is an example of this.
Ethanol is an example of this.
Ethanal is an example of this.
Propanone is an example of this.
Cyclohexane is an example of this.
Ethylbenzene is an example of this.
Propylethanoate is an example of this.
Ethanoic acid is an example of this.
Methylamine is an example of this.
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An electrophile is an
A nucleophile is an
A sigma bond is formed when 2
A pi bond is formed when 2
The carbon double bond in alkenes prevents this.
Electrophilic addition occurs to this type of molecule.
Adding hydrogen to this molecule produces what?
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The catalyst used in the reaction.
The temperature used in this reaction. (Celcius)
This is used to test for carbon double bonds.
Ethanol can be manufactured this way. (Not fermentation of glucose)
The temperature used in this reaction. (Celcius)
The catalyst used in the reaction.
The reaction is
Alcohols can be dehydrated to from this.
The catalyst used in the reaction.
This is the molecule eliminated.
Reacting a carboxylic acid with ethanol produces this.
This is the molecule eliminated.
The catalyst used in the reaction.
The product smells like this.
Primary alcohols are oxidised first into this.
Then primary alcohols are oxidised into this,
Secondary alcohols are oxidised into this.
The oxidising agent is this,
This is another condition required.
PVC and PTFE are examples of this.
The carbon-halogen bond is
Halogenoalkanes can be changed into alcohols by this process.
This is the weakest carbon-halogen bond.
One of the three catalysts found in catalytic converters.
These are the toxic products produced by engines.
These are the products of the reaction with the catalyst.
Catalysts reduce this.
Catalysts do this by allowing different reactions with improved
Catalysts decrease this.

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