Category Archives: Organic Chemistry

Alcohol and alcohol classification

Alcohol Alcohols can be define as a compounds in which a hydrogen of an alkane has been replaced by an -OH group. They have –OH group (a hydroxyl) bonded to a saturated alkane like carbon atom R- OH where R

Carboxylic Acids

WHAT IS CARBOXILIC ACID ? Carboxylic acids refers to the class of organic compound with the carboxyl functional group. General Formula of Carboxylic Acids

PREPARATION OF ETHER BY DEHYDRATION OF ALCOHOL

Preparation of ether by dehydration of alcohol is one the simple method often carried out in an industrial production ether. As such we are going to discuss ether production from simple or symmetrical alcohol   DEHYDRATION OF ALCOHOL Is simple

Ether preparations

Ether preparations   On this tutorial we going discuss on ether preparation   Ether is a family of organic compound with the following general formula CnH2n+2O   Ether are group into two which are symmetrical and asymmetrical ether for easy

Generation of Petroleum (Crude oil)

Although exactly how crude oil originated is not established, it is generally agreed that crude oil is derived from marine animal and plant debris subjected to high temperatures and pressures. It is also suspected that the transformation may have been

Definition of Petroleum (Crude oil)

Petroleum can be broadly defined as the complex mixture of hydrocarbons that occurs in the earth in liquid, gaseous, or solid forms. It is a naturally-occurring brown to black flammable liquid. Crude oils are principally found in oil reservoirs associated

CHM203: Organic Chemistry Ii TMA4 complete answer and Question

CHM203: Organic Chemistry Ii TMA4 complete answer and Question   Question 1 : Keto-enol tautomer is an example of proton tautomers. True or false? A.  Partially true B.  Indifferent C.  False D.  True Answer to Question 1 is D True

CHM291: Practical Chemistry Iii-inorganic TMA2 complete Question & Answer

CHM291: Practical Chemistry Iii-inorganic TMA2 complete Question & Answer Question 1 : The clear colourless solution observed when impurities are removed from aluminium beverage can include? A.  Potassium hydroxide B.  Potassium hydroxide and water C.  Potassium hydroxide and aluminium hydroxide

BIO213: Chemistry Of Amino Acids And Proteins TMA4 Complete Question & Answer

BIO213: Chemistry Of Amino Acids And Proteins TMA4 Complete Question & Answer Question 1 : Which of these coenzymes mediates one carbon group transfer reactions A.  pyroxidal phosphate B.  Biotin C. Tetrahydofolate D.  Nicotinamide coenzymes Answer to Question 1 is C. Tetrahydofolate

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