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Experimental Organic Chemistry: A Miniscale and Microscale Approach

Section 16.2

OXIDATION OF ALCOHOLS. CYCLODODECANONE

Part A.

OXIDATION OF CYCLODODECANOL TO

NAME (print): INSTRUCTOR: 1.

DATE: LABORATORY SECTION:

What is the oxidizing agent in this experiment and to what is it reduced during the course of the reaction?

2.

What qualitative test is performed to determine whether sufficient oxidizing agent has been used in this procedure?

3.

Write an equation that expresses the chemical reaction that forms the basis of the test of Exercise 2.

4.

What purpose is served by washing the ethereal extract containing the product with saturated sodium bicarbonate?

5.

What purpose is served by washing the ethereal extract containing the product with saturated sodium bisulfite?

6.

List the possible effects if cyclododecanol gets on your skin. PL. 103

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7.

Underline the media, if any, that are not appropriate for extinguishing fires involving cyclododecanol and cyclododecanone: Water Carbon dioxide Chemical powder Foam

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