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OCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an o... rganic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeOCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark SchemeDevelopment of practical skills in chemistry. A solid organic compound can be purified by recrystallisation. Which statement(s) about recrystallisation is/are true? 1 The organic compound is more soluble in hot solvent. 2 The hot solution is cooled before the purified organic compound is collected. 3 The melting point of the purified organic compound is lower than the impure compound. A 1, 2 and 3 B Only 1 and 2 C Only 2 and 3 D Only 1 Your answer [1] 2. When are insoluble impurities removed during recrystallisation? A when the hot solution is filtered B as the solution cools C when the crystals are filtered off D when the crystals are washed Your answer [1] OCR A Level Chemistry A (H432) Chemistry B (H433) PAG 6: Synthesis of an organic solid Practice Exam Questions and Mark Scheme 2(a). Benzoic acid, C6H5COOH, is added to some foods as a preservative. A student prepares benzoic acid as outlined below. Step 1 The student mixes 4.00 cm3 of phenylmethanol, C6H5CH2OH, (density = 1.04 g cm−3) with sodium carbonate and aqueous potassium manganate(VII), as an oxidising agent. [Show More]

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