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Reactions with concentrated sulfuric acid: Past Paper Question Analysis

Updated: Jul 23, 2023

P3 June 2017 Q2


This question is about the reactions between alkenes, alcohols and sodium halides and concentrated sulfuric acid.


If you haven't gone through the paper, please look up the questions at www.aqa.org.uk, or click the direct link below, and have a go...



This question is in 8 parts with 19 marks available


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