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Chapter 19.4, Problem 19.2P
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Problem 19-2

Complete the equation for each hydrolysis reaction. Draw all products as they are ionized under these experimental conditions.

  1. Chapter 19.4, Problem 19.2P, Problem 19-2 Complete the equation for each hydrolysis reaction. Draw all products as they are , example  1

  • Chapter 19.4, Problem 19.2P, Problem 19-2 Complete the equation for each hydrolysis reaction. Draw all products as they are , example  2
  • Expert Solution
    Interpretation Introduction

    (a)

    Interpretation:

    To identify the hydrolysis product of given esters.

    Concept Introduction:

    The hydrolysis of ester leads to the formation of corresponding alcohol and carboxylic acid. The carbonyl carbon atom and oxygen bond (C-O) will break to form carboxylic acid and alcohol.

    Explanation of Solution

    The alkaline hydrolysis of diesters forms sodium salts of dicarboxylic acid and alcohol.

    In the given reaction, hydrolysis of dimethyl phthalate with NaOH forms sodium phthalate with methanol

    Expert Solution
    Interpretation Introduction

    (b)

    Interpretation:

    To identify the hydrolysis product of given esters.

    Concept Introduction:

    The hydrolysis of ester leads to the formation of corresponding alcohol and carboxylic acid. The carbonyl carbon atom and oxygen bond (C-O) will break to form carboxylic acid and alcohol.

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