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Practice Exercise 3

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Question 1
1 What is the main reason that a hydrogen bonded to a carbon adjacent to a carbonyl carbon is more acidic than a hydrogen of an alkane?
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Question 2
2 Which of the following compounds has the lowest pKa?
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Question 3
3 Which statement best describes keto-enol interconversion?
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Question 4
4 An alkyl halide can be used to alkylate an enalote ion. What kind of reaction is this?
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Question 5
5 For which of the following compounds would the enol tautomer predominate in aqueous solution?
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