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Homework Help: Organic chemistry

Posted by Beta on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 9:59pm.

Write equations for the reactions that occur. Put conditions and catalysts over the arrow.

1.CH3COOH + CH3(CH2)7OH

2.C6H14 + KMNO4 + H

3. CH3H12 + KMNO4 + H

4. CH3CHOHCH3 + KMNO4 + H

5. (CH3)3COH + KMNO4 + H

6. (CH3)2C=O + KMNO4 + H

7. CH3COOH + KMNO4 + H

8. How could you distinguish CH3(CH2)8CH=CH(CH2)4COOH from CH3(CH2)4COOH ??? is it bc the first molecule has a double bond perhaps ?

Also, for the above equations I am unsure how to do the ones with potassium permanganate ?? PLEASE HELP and Thank you !!

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