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What products would be formed from the reaction of benzoyl chloride with the following

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Problem 57

What products would be formed from the reaction of benzoyl chloride with the following reagents? a. sodium acetate b. water c. excess dimethylamine d. aqueous HCl e. aqueous NaOH f. cyclohexanol g. excess benzylamine h. 4-chlorophenol i. isopropyl alcohol j. excess aniline k. potassium formate

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Chemistry 1211: Agarwal Lecture 1 Notes 1 States of Matter Solid Liquid Gas Definite shape Take the shape of the No definite shape Definite volume container Expands to fill container Definite volume Little reorganization, More movement, Extended movement movement reorganization Rotation of molecules Ordered Rearrangement of No interaction between No rearrangement molecules molecules  all of these are under standard temperature, pressure  When temperature and pressure change, the states of matter change 2 Water: H O 2 Covalently bonded

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 7
Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780321803221

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