Dehydration of cyclohexanol produces water and cyclohexene as products. The basic dehydration reaction results in the loss of a water atom from the cyclohexanol and the formation of a double bond within the ring. More »

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Cyclohexene is a product that can be prepared from cyclohexanol by dehydration, using an acid catalyst. Phosphoric acid is a common acid catalyst and can be used in this process. More »

Perfumes contain mixes of many ingredients, such as sandalwood, aldehyde, bergamot, amber, citron, frankincense, jasmine, osmanthus, patchouli, rose, vanilla and ylang ylang. Perfumes are mixtures of essential oils or or... More »

Dehydration synthesis, or a dehydration reaction, is a chemical reaction associated with the loss of a water molecule between two compounds. Dehydration synthesis is a type of condensation reaction, which is what occurs ... More »

Steve Spangler's elephant toothpaste experiment demonstrates how potassium iodide can be used to catalyze hydrogen peroxide, creating water and oxygen. Food coloring and soap are added as visual aids. When the two liquid... More »

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A lab experiment for osmosis with potatoes involves putting half a potato in plain water and the other half in salt water and observing the difference in appearance. Osmosis is defined as the manner in which molecules pa... More »

Cyclohexene is a product that can be prepared from cyclohexanol by dehydration, using an acid catalyst. Phosphoric acid is a common acid catalyst and can be used in this process. More »