CH3-C-OH + CH3CH2OH
CH3-C-O-CH2CH3 + H2O
Ethyl acetate is an example of the class of compounds called ___________.
Therefore, the reaction above can be called ester _______________ or
__________________. It is almost exactly the opposite of a reaction between
an ester and water called ______________. Esterification is an important
property of both alcohols and carboxylic acids.
28. CH3-C-NH2 + H2O
The above reaction is an example of ____________. Acetamide is an example
of the class of compounds called _________. Ammonia may be considered the
simplest example of the class of compounds called __________. Hydrolysis of
an amide results in the formation of a ___________ _______ and an
29. CH3-C-OH + CH3-NH2 -----> CH3-C-NH-CH3 + H2O
acetic acid methylamine
Methylacetamide is an example of the class of compounds called
___________. Therefore, the reaction above can be called ____________
_____________. Whereas a carboxylic acid and an alcohol may react to form
an _____________, a carboxylic acid and an amine may react to form an
_______. This reaction is the opposite of a reaction between an amide and
water called _____________. Amide formation is an important property of both
________________ _________ and _______________.
30. As hydrogen atoms in a hydrocarbon molecule are replaced by halogen atoms,
the flammability of the molecule (decreases) (increases).
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