Woorden van kern 4 oefenen met een rebus - Veilig leren lezen
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Met deze rebus oefenen leerlingen de letters van kern 4 van de methode Veilig Leren Lezen.


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In dit practicum toon je aan dat de dehydratie van alcohol in aanwezigheid van zwavelzuur leidt tot de vorming van ether. Vervolgens doe je een rendementsbepaling van het gevormde ether.

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