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Grade: 11
        

why acid amides carbonyl chloride dont give iodoform test?

7 years ago

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Suraj Prasad
IIT Patna
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286 Points
							When iodine and sodium hydroxide are used as the reagents, a positive reaction gives iodoform. Iodoform (CHI3) is a pale-yellow substance. Due to its high molar mass caused by the three iodine atoms, it is solid at room temperature (cf. chloroform and bromoform). It is insoluble in water and has an antiseptic smell. A visible precipitate of this compound will form from a sample only when either a methyl ketone, ethanal, ethanol, or a methyl secondary alcohol is present.
						
5 years ago
Ashish Yadav
11 Points
							
Nitrogen has greater electronegativity than carbon hence the hydrogen with nitrogen are more acidic
hence I will attack on nitrogen's hydogen atom not on carbon.
2 years ago
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