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Grade: 12
        
Arun sir,
 
Thanks for the explanation,could u please forward the lucas test once again,accidently the information deleted.very sorry to trouble you.
 
if my quota is over today,please provide oxidation and de-hydration method tomorrow.
 
thanks
vincent
11 months ago

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Somesh fengde
19 Points
							
lucas reagent is the mixture of anhydrous zncl4 with a conc hcl acid
 
 
when the reagent reacted with 1 degree 2 degree and 3 degree alcohol the following results are seen this is known as the lucus reaget test the alcohol can be distinguidhed by this test as follows
 
1^0alc =lucas reagent---> no turbidity formed(turbidity can be formed after heating)
 
 
2^0 alc.+ lucas reagent ---->.turbidity formed after 10-5 minuts 
 
3^0alc.+lucas reagent----->turbidity formed immediately
11 months ago
Rajeev
35 Points
							
Lucas reagent is anhydrous ZnCl2 and con HCI
primary alcohols does not form turbidity at room temperature . turbidity is obtained on heating
secondary alcohols form turbidity in 5 to 10 minutes. tertiary alcohols from turbidity immediately.
11 months ago
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