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1) CH3NH2 converts using CHCL3 and KOH gives (A) converts to (B) using Na n C2H5OH . 2) CH3CH2CN converts to (A) using Na/C2H5OH and convert to (B) using NaNO2 and HCL. plz rly the answer pf this 2 questions...

1) CH3NH2 converts using CHCL3 and KOH gives (A) converts to (B) using Na n C2H5OH .


2) CH3CH2CN converts to (A) using Na/C2H5OH and convert to (B) using NaNO2 and HCL.


plz rly the answer pf this 2 questions...

Grade:12

3 Answers

NISHARG GOLASH
31 Points
9 years ago

1) This is a Carbalamine reaction  and A will be CH3CN which when reacts to a metal will give CH3CH2NH2. You can read more about it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbylamine_reaction

 

2) CH3CH2CN + Na + CH3CH2OH ---> CH3CH2NH2  (A)

so, now

CH3CH3NH2 + NaNO2 + HCl ----> CH3CH2N2+}Cl- (B)

ankit singh
askIITians Faculty 614 Points
2 years ago
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Srinivasan S
27 Points
2 years ago
HI Upasana,
 
I am sorry but the queries seem wrongly formulated...
 
For 1) CH3NH2 is a carbylamine reaction giving an isocyanide CH3NC, which on reduction with Na/EtOH would give CH3NHCH3 (dimethylamine). I am not sure if the question is if CH3NC gets reduced or its an independent question.
 
For 2) CH3CH2CN on reduction would give propyalmine (CH3CH2CH2NH2) and which with NaNO2/HCl give CH3CH2CH2OH (n-propanol). HOwever, here too I am unsure if the 2nd part of question is a follow-up on the 1st  part
 
CH3CH3CN cannot give A (CH3NC) by reduction...!!

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