Oxidation of food

1

Which of the following could represent an alcohol molecule?

2

What is the name of this molecule?

2 methyl groups and a hydrogen are joined to a carbon with a hydroxyl group, a methyl group and a hydrogen.

3

What type of alcohol does this structure represent?

A carbon atom is bonded to a hydroxyl group, 2 methyl groups and an ethyl group.

4

Which of these alcohol molecules will have the highest boiling point?

5

Why do diols have a higher boiling point than alcohols?

6

Which molecule could not be formed by oxidising propan-1-ol?

7

What is formed when a long chain carboxylic acid is neutralised by an alkali?

8

What type of molecules are antioxidants that can be added to our food to prevent the chemical in it from oxidising?

9

Which of these equations shows an antioxidant working?

10

Which compound would not react with Tollen’s reagent?