Predict the products of the following reactions.
(a) phenol + acetic anhydride
(b) phenol + acetic formic anhydride
(c) aniline + phthalic anhydride
(d) anisole + succinic anhydride and aluminum chloride
Chapter 13 Notes Alcohol -Alcohols are determined by the hydroxyl group -OH -The -OH replaces a Hydrogen atom in a Hydrocarbon molecule -Naming Alcohols, remove the Alkane ending and replace it with -ol. If a Hydrocarbon molecule has two -OH groups attached, it is called a Diol. If a molecule has three -OH groups attached, it is called a Triol. Primary Alcohol (1 ) Secondary Alcohol (2 )o Tertiary Alcohol (3 ) The primary Carbon atom The primary Carbon atom The primary Carbon atom that is attached to the that is attached to the that is attached to the -OH group is connected to -OH group is attached to -OH group is attached to only one other Carbon only two other Carbon three o