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A.  aromatic

   

B.  ether

   

C.  carboxylic acid

   

D. alcohol

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is obsent fron the Feve relcing Qveston 4: whot sthucturel otbute octire inggelont eelo CH 3 он (C0OH) 3

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Step 1

Aromatic compounds are planar, cyclic system with alternative C-C=C bonds. It should have (4n+π) electrons (obeys Huckel’s rule). The labelled naphthalene is planar and cyclic with alternative C-C=C bonds. It has 10 π electrons and hence obeys Huckel’s rule (has (4n+π) electrons, n=2). Therefore, aromatic ring is present in the given fever reducing active ingredient.

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If an organic compound has an oxygen atom that is connected to two carbon containing compounds (aryl or alkyl), then it is ether functional group. An oxygen atom is present in the given compound where it is bonded with a naphthyl (aryl) and a methyl (alkyl) group.

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If a compound contains a -COOH group that is attached to an aryl or alkyl group, then it has a carb...

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