Chem152notes(7_21_09)

Chem152notes(7_21_09) - Dicarboxylic acids Physical...

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Oxidation of aldehydes – If we used KMnO 4 /water/strong back Any from of chromic acid in water or Tollen’s reagent we can oxidize the aldehyde to the carboxylic acid via a hydrate intermediate! Ketones are resistant to oxidation with Cr(VI) species. They can be oxidized using KMnO 4 . Chapter 20 – Carboxylic acids Why is a carboxylic acid an acid – resonance of resulting conjugate base
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Unformatted text preview: Dicarboxylic acids Physical properties of carboxylic acids Examples of spectroscopy problems Acidity of carboxylic acids Solubility of carboxylic acids – Basicity of carboxylic acids Fatty acids/soap/detergents Synthesis of carboxylic acids Reactions of carboxylic acids Conversion of acids to esters Esterification by alkylation...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course CHEM 152L taught by Professor Baldwin during the Summer '09 term at Duke.

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Chem152notes(7_21_09) - Dicarboxylic acids Physical...

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