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ethylene glycol on being distilled with concentrated H2SO4 gives 1. ethylene oxide 2. acetaldehyde 3. 1,4-dioxane 4. diethylene glycol

ethylene glycol on being distilled with concentrated H2SO4 gives


1.  ethylene oxide


2.   acetaldehyde


3.   1,4-dioxane


4.    diethylene glycol

Grade:12th Pass

3 Answers

Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
10 years ago

Dear Aditya,

When distilled with conc. sulphuric acid ethylene glycol undergoes dehydration to form 1,4-dioxane ( six membered ring with two oxygen atoms diagonally opposite); H from OH of one molecule reacts with OH of another moleccule, similarly OH of first molecule reacts with H of second molecule.

 

 

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Sanjeev Malik IIT BHU
101 Points
10 years ago

the correct ans is 2.

see this:

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vishal akula
52 Points
2 years ago
answer is option 3 it is just removing 2 molecules of water from ethylene glycol it is surely correct

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