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1. Which of these compounds would be expected to decarboxylate when heated?
2. Carboxylic acids have higher boiling points than their corresponding alcohols primarily because:
3. Which of the following carboxylic acids will be the most acidic?
4. Which of the following molecules could be classified as a soap?
5. What is the final product of the following reaction?
6. Carboxylic acids can be reacted in one step to form all of the following compounds EXCEPT:
7. The reduction of a carboxylic acid using lithium aluminum hydride will yield what final product?
8. Which of the following is true with respect to a micelle in a hydrophilic environment?
9. In the presence of an acid catalyst, the major product of ethanoic acid and ethanol is:
10. The α-hydrogen of a carboxylic acid is:
I. more acidic than the hydroxyl hydrogen.
II. less acidic than the hydroxyl hydrogen.
III. very acidic, as organic compounds go.
11. The reaction of formic acid with sodium borohydride will yield what final product?
12. The intramolecular reaction of 5-aminopentanoic acid through nucleophilic acyl substitution would result in a(n):
13. Butanoic anhydride can be produced by the reaction of butanoic acid with which of the following compounds?
14. Nucleophilic acyl substitution is favored by:
I. basic solution.
II. acidic solution.
III. leaving groups that are strong bases.
15. The reaction of ammonia with caprylic acid (octanoic acid), found in coconuts, would produce a(n):
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