ALCOHOLS PHENOLS AND ETHERS
This chapter is one of the most important chapters of the complete chemistry syllabus. Alcohols, phenols and ethers are formed by replacing one or more hydrogen atom by a hydroxyl group(OH) and an alkoxy group(R-O), respectively. These are a very important class of compounds that we see around us every time and use in our daily life.
Overview of the Chapter
How to prepare for Organic compounds containing oxygen?
This chapter is the part of organic chemistry. It is completely theory based. You are not supposed to memorize any formula and numerical practice for getting the good hold on this chapter. All you just need to remember is reaction mechanisms and important reactions.
For this chapter, first you must have your basic concepts completely clear that you can learn from the "Some basic principles of Organic Chemistry". For this, you must go through Unit 12 of the NCERT book 11th class part II thoroughly.
For this chapter, first, the NCERT book is best for initial level preparation as well as for board exams. Now, after this, if you want to prepare for competitive exams like JEE and NEET, then these are the best books for you - O.P Tandon and R.K Gupta by Arihant publication. Meanwhile, in the preparation, you must continuously give the mock tests for the depth of knowledge. Our platform will help you to provide with the variety of questions for deeper knowledge with the help of videos, articles and mock tests.
Gatterman - Koch reaction
Williamson continuous etherification process
The heating of phenyl-methyl ethers with HI produces.
The most suitable method of separation of 1:1 mixture of ortho and para-nitrophenols is :