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Practice Exercise 3

This activity contains 7 questions.

Question 1
1 Indicate the correct relative acidities.
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Question 2
2 What product is formed when sodium acetylide reacts with an equivalent of methyl bromide?
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Question 3
3 What is the general molecular formula for an acyclic hydrocarbon with two triple bonds?
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Question 4
4 How could you synthesize 1-butene from ethyne?
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Question 5
5 Which reaction sequence will convert 3-methyl-1-butyne into 4-methyl-2-pentyne?
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Question 6
6 What is the major product obtained from the reaction of 1-butyne with excess HCl?
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Question 7
7 Indicate the correct relative acidities.
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