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The dehydration of an alcohol to an alkene is commonly studied in post-16 courses.  The chemistry of alkenes is also required at GCSE. In this small-scale method, which can be carried out on the open .. more
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Brief risk assessment guidance and experimental notes for a range of practical activities involving phosphoric(V) acid and its salts (Hazcard 72)
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This video demonstrates a microscale version of the preparation of propene from propan-2-ol.
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This small-scale version of the hydrogenation process can be done in a school laboratory. It can be carried out as an extension to the Practical Procedure, Preparation and properties of propene, to de.. more
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Brief risk assessment guidance and experimental notes for a range of practical activities involving monobasic organic acids and their salts (Hazcards 38A, 38B, 38C, 38D).
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Risk assessment guidance for ethanol (ethyl alcohol) or IDA (industrial denatured alcohol).
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The structures of alcohols influence their chemical reactivity. This small-scale activity provides a quick introduction to the effect of oxidising agents on primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols. T.. more
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Using various alcohols safely in practical activities.
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Risk assessment information for a range of higher alcohols including: pentanol (and isomers), hexanol, heptanol,octanol (and isomers) and hexadecanol.
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Risk assessment guidance for methanol and phenylmethanol.
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