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12 June, 03:24

Which of the following reagents convert (s) benzoyl chloride to phenyl propyl ketone? a. CH3CH2CH2MgBrb. CH3CH2CH2Lic. (CH3CH2CH2) 2CuLid. Both a and b

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  1. 12 June, 05:07
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    Answer:C

    (CH3CH2CH2) 2CuLi

    Explanation:

    The reaction between acyl halides and Grignard reagents or acyl halides and organolithium compounds does not form ketones because the reagents (Grignard reagent and organo lithium compounds) are too reactive hence the ketone intermediate reacts further to form tertiary alcohols hence the ketone cannot be isolated.
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