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Amides Reactions

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Which of the following reagents would you use if you wanted to make a carboxylic acid from an amide?

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1. Which reagent would you use if you wanted to reduce an amide to an amine?

2. Which reagent would you use to convert an amide to a nitrile?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

Inside this quiz and worksheet combo, you are looking at the reactions of amides. Questions focus on specific reagents you would use to make a carboxylic acid, and the type of classification when a hydrogen atom attaches to a nitrogen atom.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Your understanding of these reactions is tested with questions on these topics:

  • Using a reagent when reducing an amide to an amine
  • Converting an amide to a nitrile
  • Dangerous gases formed when an amide reacts with thionyl chloride
  • Classifying an amide with attached hydrogen and nitrogen atoms

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about dangerous gases in chemistry and their reactions
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about amide conversion
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can name an amide classification based on a description

Additional Learning

To understand more of the material, open the lesson titled Amides Reactions. With this lesson, you can explore the following extra content:

  • Visual representations of reactions
  • The amide creation process
  • Using amides in biology and pharmaceuticals
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