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Essay heading: Acetylation Of Ferrocene
 
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The greenish colour could be due to the presence of Fe (II) ions in the solution. If there were Fe (II) ions loose in the solution then the gummy substance could contain a cyclopentadienyl rings. The properties that lead me to speculate this could be the substance is the density, which would be greater than hexane, hence left at the bottom rather than floating on top and if it were acylated it would be a polar molecule hence its immiscibility in hexane...
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The greenish colour could be due to the presence of Fe (II) ions in the solution. If there were Fe (II) ions loose in the solution then the gummy substance could contain a cyclopentadienyl rings. The properties that lead me to speculate this could be the substance is the density, which would be greater than hexane, hence left at the bottom rather than floating on top and if it were acylated it would be a polar molecule hence its immiscibility in hexane...
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