Organic 2 Review Problem 406

Organic 2 Review Problem 406 - 390 PRACTICAL ORGANIC...

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390 PRACTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY urate. Now add a slight excess of Fehling's solution and boil for several minutes: reduction occurs with the precipitation of cuprous oxide. 5. Reduction of potassium permanganate. To a solution of uric acid in aqueous Na 2 CO 3 add KMnO 4 solution drop by drop: a brown precipitate of MnO 2 is produced immediately in the cold. Section 25, Halogeno-hydrocarbons. (cf. Table XXVI, p. 559) Methyl iodide, ethyl bromide, ethyl iodide, higher alkyl halides, chloro- form^ iodoform, carbon tetrachloride, chlorobenzene, bromobenzene, iodobenzene, benzyl chloride (and nuclear substituted derivatives) Physical Properties. All heavier than, and insoluble in water. All liquids, except iodoform, CHI 3 , which is a yellow crystalline solid with a characteristic odour. The remainder are colourless liquids when pure: ethyl iodide, C 2 H 5 I, and iodobenzene, C 6 H 5 I, are, however, usually yellow or even brown in colour. Methyl iodide, CH 3 I, ethyl bromide, C 2 H 6 Br, ethyl iodide, chloroform,* CHCl
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