What is the reaction of Potassium permanganate and salicylic acid?
ofcourse salicylic acid would react with Hot, acidic Potassium permanganate because it has a phenol group in its structure. and based in our chem, this kind of reagent is used to test the presence of phenol. to prove, or to give you a visible result, your finished product must change its color from purple to dark brown precipitate, this means that salicylic acid is already oxidized by the strong oxidizing agent..
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Which reaction produces more pure oxygen which is not united with other elements solid potassium permanganate with hydrogen peroxide or solid potassium permanganate with Sulfuric acid with H2O2?
Which reaction produces more pure oxygen which is not united with other elements solid potassium permanganate with hydrogen peroxide solid potassium permanganate with Sulfuric acid with H2O2?
Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) reacts with Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) to produce Manganese Heptoxide (MnO7), water (H20) and Potassium Hydrogen Sulphate (KHSO4)2. The reactive species produced is Manganese Heptoxide (which is a very powerful oxidiser). The Manganese Heptoxide will oxidise the Oxalic acid (COOH)2 to Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Benzaldehyde reacts with pottasium permanganate to generate benzoic acid (oxidation). Basic cnditions are required for the action of pottasium permanganate so sodium carbonate is used. But this gives sodium salt of benzoic acid which is soluble in water. To retrieve benzoic acid which is insoluble in water we use HCl.
When potassium permaganate is mixed with ethanedioc acid the potassium permanganate Mn04- ion will be converted toMn2+, this means that you will observe the purple colour changing to a clear solution and the permanganate ion is oxidised. The Mn2+ will act as an auto catalyst speeding up the reaction, therefore a funny rate will occur, where the reaction is slow to start, before speeding up and slowing down again at the end. I read about…
cyclopentene reaction with potassium permanganate. If cyclohexene gives a diacid (two acid groups in a opened ring), I think that is should yield a pentane with two acid groups, one in each end....it could give more products like CO2 and H2O, by breaking the bonds, you could get a lot of compounds, depending which bonds could break.....
Hot potassium permanganate is used in the oxidative cleavage of alkenes. In this case, the product would be 6-oxoheptanoic acid. The aldehyde produced at carbon 2 (the HR-C=C-R'R'') is rapidly converted into a carboxylic acid instead of staying as an aldehyde, while carbon 1 (the HR-C=C-R'R'') is converted into a ketone.
Concentrated sulfuric acid reacts with Potassium permanganate to produce manganese VII oxide (commonly called manganese heptoxide), Mn2O7. Mn2O7 is a very strong oxidizer and will rapidly react with most organic compounds even at room temperature. In this case the reaction is able to produce light and sound even without contact with oxygen gas.
Aspirin is made by the reaction of salicylic acid with acetic an hydride what is the theoretical yield of aspirin if 85.0 grams of salicylic acid is treated with excess acetic an hydride?
Since salicylic acid is being reacted with excess acetic anhydride, salicylic acid is the limiting reactant of the reaction. The balanced equation of the reaction of salicylic acid and acetic anhydride indicates that their is a 1:1:1:1 ratio between every reactant and product. Based on this, it can be concluded that the moles of salicylic acid, if reacted entirely, will yield an equivalent amount of moles of aspirin. To find the theoretical yield, you must…
How to write the equation for the reaction by which aspirin decomposes in an aqueous ethanol solution?
Potassium manganate (I believe maganate may be a typo) should not cause any reaction with ethanol. It is an inorganic salt and is fairly unreactive. However, under alkaline (basic) conditions potassium permanganate is formed. This is a potent oxidant, and will readily oxidize ethanol to ethanoic acid (commonly called acetic acid, or vinegar).
How would you prove that sulfuric acid does not act as a reactant in the reaction between salicylic acid and acetic anhydride?
Because Salicylic Acid reacts with Acetic Anhydride in the presence of H2SO4 and CH3COOH to give Aspirin. The sulphuric acid does not react. If you measure the volume/weight of the acid before the reaction and after the reaction, there will be no change. Note:- You can also use Acetyl Chloride in the presence of phosphoric acid instead on Acetic Anhydride.