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Unformatted text preview: benzene: a-H2O b-H2SO4/NaBH4 c-KMnO d-NH4OH e-KMnO4/H2O 2-Primary alcohols can be converted into carboxylic acids using the following reagent: a-POCl3 b-H2O c-KMnO4 d-CrO3/ H3O+ e-Ag2O 3-Reaction of carboxylic acids with 1.LiAlH4, THF/ 2.H3O+ produces: a-Aldehydes. b-Alcohols. c-Esters. d-Phenols. e-None of the above. 4-Hydrolysis of nitriles with H3O+ produces: a-Aldehydes. b-Esters. c-Amines. d-Ketones. e-None of the above. 5-RCOOH can be converted to RCOOR by the reaction with the following: a-ROR b-ROH c-ROOH d-RCN e-RCOH Answers: Stereochemistry and stereo isomers: 1-a 2-b 3-c 4-c 5-c Preparing and reaction carboxylic acids and their derivatives: 1-e 2-d 3-b 4-e 5-b...
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