(i)The amide nitrogen bears two methyl groups. We designate this as an N,N-dimethyl amide.20.27(a)Acetyl chloride acts as an acyl transfer agent to the aromatic ring of bromobenzene. The reac-tion is a Friedel–Crafts acylation. Bromine is an ortho, para-directing substituent.(b)Acyl chlorides react with thiols to give thioesters.(c)Sodium propanoate acts as a nucleophile toward propanoyl chloride. The product is propanoicanhydride.(d)Acyl chlorides convert alcohols to esters.(e)Acyl chlorides react with ammonia to yield amides.1ClCClOp-Chlorobenzoyl chlorideClCNH2Op-ChlorobenzamideNH3Ammonia1CH3CH2CH2CClOButanoyl chloride
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