Explain the five reactions of Combustion, Addition, Substitution, Esterification, Oxidation, with its reactions. Its for five marks.............

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2015-03-23T19:33:33+05:30
Combustion
 Combustion in oxygen is a chain reaction in which many distinct ... energy input from the ongoing combustion reactions.

Addition
An addition reaction is the opposite of an elimination reaction. For instance the hydration reaction of an alkene and the dehydration of an alcohol are addition-elimination pairs. There are two main types of polar addition reactions: electrophilicaddition and nucleophilic addition.
substituion
Substitution reaction (also known as single displacement reaction or single replacementreaction) is a chemical reaction during which one functional group in a chemical compound is replaced by another functional group.Substitution reactions are of prime importance in organic chemistry.
esterification
The esterification reaction between alcohols and carboxylic acids, together with making esters from acyl chlorides and acid anhydrides.
oxidation
it is the removal of h2 or addition of o2


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