9. Determine the products for the acid-base reactions show below (include lone pairs and formal charges!). Indicate whether each reaction is a protonation or a deprotonation. What do all of the products of these acid base reactions have in common? NH2 HCI ОН NaOH OH NAHCO3 ОН NaOH 10. Rewrite the first 2 reactions above (in question 9) and include mechanistic arrows to form the appropriate product. Include all lone pairs involved and formal charges!

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9. Determine the products for the acid-base reactions show below (include lone pairs and formal
charges!). Indicate whether each reaction is a protonation or a deprotonation. What do all of
the products of these acid base reactions have in common?
NH2
HCI
ОН
NaOH
OH NAHCO3
ОН
NaOH
10. Rewrite the first 2 reactions above (in question 9) and include mechanistic arrows to form
the appropriate product. Include all lone pairs involved and formal charges!

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9. Determine the products for the acid-base reactions show below (include lone pairs and formal charges!). Indicate whether each reaction is a protonation or a deprotonation. What do all of the products of these acid base reactions have in common? NH2 HCI ОН NaOH OH NAHCO3 ОН NaOH 10. Rewrite the first 2 reactions above (in question 9) and include mechanistic arrows to form the appropriate product. Include all lone pairs involved and formal charges!

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