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Naming and Properties of Benzene

CLOSURE

INDUCTIVE

ENHANCEMENT

EMPOWERING

SQUIDWARDS HOUSE

PATRICKS HOME

BENZENE??? BENZENE???

SPONGEBOBS HOUSEWelcome to my house if you want to know what is BENZENE actually

HOME SWEET HOME

OUTSIDE HOME

BEDROOM

KITCHEN

Gary, do you know what is benzene?

?????

GO TO KRUSTY KRAB

BEACH

PARK

MY STRENGTH

WHO AM I?

MY WEAKNES S

WELCOME TO THE BENZENE WORLDIm highly flammableHI ! IM BENZENE I have sweet smell. Thats why I look so sweet :P

Light up your brainWho is recognized all aromatic compound contained at least 6 carbon atom?

My molecular formula C6H6

PAINT

POLYSTYRENE

You can use me for

GLUE AND ADHESIVE MATERIAL

ART SUPPLIES

MY WEAKNESSLong term cancerI can give bad effect of health to human Light up your brain Short termdizziness, drowsiness Womenmenstrual period Men-fertility

As we know, benzene can cause cancer. Cancer causing substances also known as?

Disubstitution Monosubstitution Polisubstitution

-BENZENE as parent name

Did you know that benzene have a lot of name? Lets we see above

Really??

Spongebob, stop catch the jelly fish. Tell me more about benzene

Ok Patrick. Let me tell you about physical properties of benzene at somewhere else. But, I want an ice-cream too. Nyummmmyyyy ice-cream

Look at the stars there, I want to show you physical properties of benzene

Melting point

Boiling point

Solubility

Wow! Its shape same like me. HAHA

Density

Welcome to Krusty Krab

Delicious krusty patty. Yummy

Select activity below and try to solve it. If you can solve all problem in these activities, you will get free lunch set. Nyum2

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 3

Gives the IUPAC nomenclature for the following aromatic compound:

A. 1-benzylbromo B. Bromobenzene C. Bromoarenes D. benzaldehyde

A. Benzaldehyde B. Benzoic acid C. Acetophenone D. Styrene

A. Phenylethyl bromobenzene B. 1-bromo-2-ethylbenzene C. 1-bromophenylethane D. 1-bromo-arenes ethane

A. Toluene B. Anisole C. Aniline D. Benzenesulphonic acid

A. o-nitrophenol B. m-nitrophenol C. 4-nitrotoluene D. 2-phenylphenol

A. Ethylbenzene B. Methylbenzene C. Isopropylbenzene D. Tert-butylbenzene

A. 1,4-benzenedicarboxylic acid B. Benzoic acid C. p-hydroxybenzoic acid D. o-phenylphenol

A. 1,3,5-tribromobenzene B. 1,2,5-tribromobenzene C. 1,4,6-tribromobenzene D. 1,2,4-tribromobenzene

A. 3,5-dibromonitrobenzene B. 1,3-dibromonitrobenzene C. Bromonitrobenzene D. 1,2-dibromobenzene

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