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"CHROMIC CHLORIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CHROMIC CHLORIDE.


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Do you know the formulas for: antimony(III) chloride, chromic bisulfate, iron(II) bisulfite, ferrous chlorite?
Asked by Adrian Buffkin 2 years ago.

antimony(III) chloride: SbCl3 chromic bisulfate: Cr(HSO4)3 iron(II) bisulfite: Fe(HSO3)2 ferrous chlorite: Fe(ClO2)2 Answered by Rufus Allphin 2 years ago.

Ferrous Chlorite Formula Answered by Starla Basner 2 years ago.

antimony(III) chloride is : SbCl3 I haven't heard of ferrous chlorite but : Fe(ClO3)2 is ferrous chlorate; Fe(ClO2)3 is ferric chlorite Answered by Rosemary Antonson 2 years ago.

SbCl3 Cr(HSO4)3 Fe(HSO3)2 Fe(ClO2)2 Answered by Briana Hilyard 2 years ago.

What are the observation and explaination when phenol is test with chromic acid and ferric chloride?
Asked by Gertrud Handing 2 years ago.

Phenols form very intense (dark) colored complexes with ferric chloride (alcohols do not) - often they are purple, but color may vary through green. Chromic acid is an oxidizing agent that gives a green color when it oxidizes alcohols, aldehydes. Phenol groups are not oxidized with chromic acid so the solution remains a clear orange color. Answered by Ellyn Gaboriault 2 years ago.

Test For Phenol Answered by Paul Dullea 2 years ago.

Lancenigo di Villorba (TV), Italy I understood you are treating about PHENOL instead Whole Phenols-Chemical Class. CHROMIC ACID CHROMIC ACID IS A STRONG OXIDIZER EXERTING ITS ACTION BY syn-OXIDATIVE STEROCHEMISTRY OF OXIDATION. STARTING FROM THIS REASONING, ELECTRONIC SHARING OF PHENOLIC RING CAN'T REACH THE Indermediative BETA-DICARBONYLIC STATUS AND CHROMIC ACID CAN'T EXERT ITS ACTION. Although it occurs successfully against Alcohols, CHROMIC ACIDs MAY OXIDIZE PHENOL-DERIVATIVEs BUT IT DOESN'T PLAY GOOD AGAINST PHENOL ITSELF. §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§...‡ Acid (e.g. H2CrO4) is a chemical reactant coming from dissolution of Chromium(VI) Trioxide (e.g. CrO3) in Sulphuric Acid's solution CrO3(s) + H2O(aq) ---> H2CrO4(aq) This sulphuric solution of Chromic Acid has a pale-yellow or a dark one tinge depending on pH levels (the lowet pH, the darker the tinge). The Sulphuric Acid assures a very low pH level THENCE IT ASSURES A HIGH ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL IN THE NERNST's TABLE (look for Nernst's data and its dependance onto pH). FERRIC CHLORIDE FERRIC CHLORIDE HAS TO BE MANIPULATED AS AQUEOUS SOLUTION ; IT GIVES A FAST DARKENING ONTO PHENOL ONCE THESE REACTANT MEET IN BASIC AQUEOUS MEDIA. THE REACTION CITED TAKES NAME OF "Trinder Reaction" AND IT OWED TO Iron-Phenoxide-Complexes. So, BASIC MEDIA HAVE TO IONIZE PHENOL TO Phenoxides WHICH GET METALLIC COMPLEXEs AGAINST FERRIC IONs. §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§...‡ Chloride or Iron(III) Chloride (e.g. FeCl3) is a greenish powder-like salt. It dissolves easily in aqueous solutions releasing its Metallic Ions FeCl3(aq) + H2O(aq) ---> Fe(H2O)Cl2+(aq) + Cl-(aq) Fe(H2O)Cl2+(aq) + 5 H2O(aq) ---> Fe(H2O)6+++(aq) + 2 Cl-(aq) Fe(H2O)6+++(aq) ---> Fe(H2O)5OH++(aq) + H+(aq) This aqueous solution of Ferric Chloride isn't Ever-Lasting one since Ferric Salts can't keep its solubility Fe(H2O)5OH++(aq) ---> Fe(OH)3(s) + 2 H+(aq) + 3 H2O(aq) and a pale-yellow tinge gets place to rusty aspect. I hope this helsp you. Answered by Lucien Drozda 2 years ago.

Help on chem question?
why is the spec 20 a good instrument for measuring the concentration of chromic chloride but not sodium chloride Asked by Jake Heckendorf 2 years ago.

A spec 20 is a spectrophotometer, which gives you absorbance and concentration readings from different solutions that emit certain wavelengths. Chromic chloride is violet, which emits light, while sodium chloride is clear and colorless. In this way, sodium chloride would neither absorb nor emit light, so using a spectrophotometer wouldn't be useful. Answered by Altha Talyor 2 years ago.

The Spectronic 20 is good for visible light spectroscopy like CrCl3(aq) but not for extremely far UV absorbers like NaCl. Answered by Vernon Pili 2 years ago.

i guess chrome would have more absorption lines in the wavelength range of the spec 20. a lot of the chrome compounds are brightly colored. Answered by Leanne Mcarthy 2 years ago.

Qualitative analysis experiment Acetyl Chloride, lucas, and Chromic Acid tests help?
If you don't know anyhting about organic chemistry please don't put stupid guesses that you googled, i know how to google myself.Ok im doing a qualitative analysis experiment and i have figured out that the unknown was an alcohol from a list of and from these three tests i have concluded that it was a... Asked by Leo Lail 2 years ago.

If you don't know anyhting about organic chemistry please don't put stupid guesses that you googled, i know how to google myself. Ok im doing a qualitative analysis experiment and i have figured out that the unknown was an alcohol from a list of and from these three tests i have concluded that it was a 1-butanol alcohol. From my list i was able to narrow down the unknown to 3 compounds based on the Boiling point, Ethyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol(Pretty sure this is not 1-butanol), and tert-butyl Alcohol(also pretty sure this isn't. My conclusion is that th unknown was Ethyl alcohol. Am i right in this decision? Is this a 1-butanol compound? I have an IR spectrograph if anyone can find me one for the liquid phase of this compound Also it smelled sort of like a flowery sweet alcohol Answered by Lauran Kupres 2 years ago.

What would happen if I drank a mixture of?
Benzalkonium chloride - 15% Carbon dioxide - 51 % Chromic acid - 34 % Asked by Serena Kopperman 2 years ago.

a great way to make suicide happen. Answered by Marianna Sanderson 2 years ago.

i think you might make meth and trip balls. ( not really meth, but a tert amine) then the chromium would kill you. so probably: the co2 would get in between one of the c-n bonds and make an aldehyde. then the chromic acid would oxidize it to a carboxylic acid. Answered by Chara Liontos 2 years ago.

Superpowers. Answered by Murray Bushnell 2 years ago.

What are the principle for the following test!! in organic compunds?
a. chromic test b.lucas test c.Iodoform test d. ferric chloride test txt in advance !!!!! 4 answering!!! Asked by Russell Kisielewski 2 years ago.

a. Use in qualitative organic analysis In organic chemistry, dilute solutions of hexavalent chromium can be used to oxidize primary or secondary alcohols to the corresponding aldehydes and ketones. Tertiary alcohol groups are unaffected. Because of the oxidation is signaled by a color change from orange to a blue-green, chromic acid is used as a qualitative analytical test for the presence of primary or secondary alcohols. b. Lucas' reagent is a solution of zinc chloride in concentrated hydrochloric acid, used to classify alcohols of low molecular weight. The reaction is a substitution in which the chlorine replaces the hydroxyl group. Even though this reaction is normally very unfavorable, the zinc ion complexes with the hydroxyl group (by accepting a lone electron pair from O of -OH), making it a better leaving group. The remaining carbocation then combines with the chloride ion to form a chloroalkane. c. Iodoform test negative and positive iodoform test When iodine and sodium hydroxide are used as the reagents, a positive reaction gives iodoform. Iodoform (CHI3) is a pale yellow substance. Due to its high molar mass due to the three iodine atoms, it is solid at room temperature (c.f. chloroform and bromoform). It is insoluble in water and has an antiseptic smell. A visible precipitate of this compound will form from a sample only when either a methyl ketone, ethanal, a methyl secondary alcohol or ethanol are present. d. The ferric chloride test is used to determine the presence or absence of phenols in a given sample. Enols give positive results as well. The bromine test is useful to confirm the result, although modern spectroscopic techniques (e.g. NMR and IR spectroscopy) are far superior in determining the identity of the unknown. The quantity of total phenols may be spectroscopically determined by the Folin-Ciocalteau assay. Technique The sample is dissolved in water, or a mixture of water and ethanol, and a few drops of dilute ferric chloride solution is added. The formation of a red, blue, green, or purple coloration indicates the presence of phenols. Where the sample is insoluble in water, it may be dissolved in dichloromethane with a small amount of pyridine. Hope that helps :) Answered by Nelia Latta 2 years ago.

What results would you expect from the reaction of 1-propanol w/ (1)Lucas reagent & (2)Chromic acid reagent?
Asked by Boyd Jaureguy 2 years ago.

Lucas reagent: propyl chloride (substitution reaction) Chromic Acid reagent: propionic acid (oxidation) Answered by Torri Amsdell 2 years ago.

I have a chem exam tomorrow and i need to know the answers to these.?
The closeness of a set of measurements to the true or accepted value is _____.a. precisionb. accuracyc. reproducibilityd. usefulnesse. None of the aboveThe correct name for H3BO3 in water is _____.a. boric acidb. borous acidc. hydroboric acidd. hydroborous acidThe elements that tend to gain... Asked by Lynetta Gentges 2 years ago.

The closeness of a set of measurements to the true or accepted value is _____. a. precision b. accuracy c. reproducibility d. usefulness e. None of the above The correct name for H3BO3 in water is _____. a. boric acid b. borous acid c. hydroboric acid d. hydroborous acid The elements that tend to gain electrons are known as _____. a. metals b. nonmetals What is the measurement 1042 L rounded off to two significant figures? a. 1.0 x 103 L b. 1040 L c. 1050 L d. 1.1 x 103 L e. None of the above An example of a chemical change would be _____. a. wax melting b. a pencil breaking c. metal rusting d. paper ripping e. All of the above are chemical changes The correct formula for dintrogen tetraoxide is _____. a. N4O2 b. NO c. N2O7 d. N2O3 e. N2O4 The correct name for CrCl3 is _____. a. chromium chlorine b. chromium (III) trichloride c. chromic trichloride d. chromium (III) chloride e. None of the above Answered by Emmie Witter 2 years ago.

1: b) accuracy 2: a) boric acid [ also written as B(OH)3 ] 3: b) nonmetals 4: it should be a) 1.0 x 10^-3L So I would say: e) none of the above 5: c) rust never sleeps. 6: e) N2O4 [used as an oxidizer for hydrazine rocket fuel] 7: d) Chromium (III) chloride {It is also called chromic chloride} Answered by Stephany Lovasz 2 years ago.

You have an exam tomorrow and you don't know what the formula for "dinitrogen tetraoxide" is, after an entire semester of chemistry? Sorry to say but, nothing can save you except yourself. Start studying! Answered by Lorilee Commons 2 years ago.

How toxic is solid Mercuric(II) Chloride to skin contact?
**** you "Silenssa.....", I'd rather first put it on your seat, and have you develope "chrome holes" cancer. Asked by Dusti Masztal 2 years ago.

Mercuric chloride is one of the most toxic forms of mercury due to its solubility in water. As with metallic mecury, mercuric chloride is an accumulative toxin. It is unlikely that it would decompose into mercury and chlorine gas at room temperature. Chromium trioxide is the anhydride of chromic acid. The reason your chromium trioxide began to liquify was the moisture in the air, it absorbed water and formed chromic acid. Chromium trioxide is highly toxic, corrosive and it's a carcinogen. I wouldn't reccomend handling either of these chemicals without appropriate skin, eye and respiratory protection. Answered by Sona Appelt 2 years ago.

These chemicals are perfectly harmless, and in fact pretty tasty. Try some. Answered by Hildegarde Stensland 2 years ago.

How can you distinguish between 1-hexanol and 2-methyl-2-hexanol?
this is for an organic chemistry lab where we used different chemical tests for alcohols. these tests include iodoform test, lucas test, chromic acid test, and ferric chloride test. Asked by Delma Cossairt 2 years ago.

chromic acid will not oxidize the 2-methyl-2-hexanol as it is a tertiary alcohol. Answered by Alexander Heinig 2 years ago.

The numbers in compounds refer to suffixes of functional groups. In organic chemistry the longest single carbon chain take predominate over the naming of the compound (except for then cyclic compounds are involved). In this case it 6 C carbons and thence Hex. The ol means that there is an alcohol group in the compound and can be on any of the 6 carbons, but then we do this there can be only 3 outcomes because there are 3 pairs that are identical isomers. So the ol can be in positions 1,2 and 3 The number means the position in which the ol is from the start of the chain. Hence 1-hexanol thems that the alcohol groups is at the first carbon in the hexane chain and 2-hexanol means that the alcohol is in the second carbon in the hexane chain. Answered by Ka Garito 2 years ago.

When I took O-Chem Lab, there were only 4 elements. Honestly, you have the tests, so what do they distingush between? You have a normal alcohol and an iso-alcohol. One can form an aldehyde, the other cannot. I think that is the principle of one these tests. Answered by Keva Huntzinger 2 years ago.

2-methyl-2-hexanol Answered by Tinisha Poulin 2 years ago.

2-methyl-2hexanol will give a positive iodoform test due Me on OH bearing C Answered by Sarai Medel 2 years ago.


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