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Grade: 12th pass

                        

I have the honour to state that I have faced some problem with those question below: 1.which compound dissolves in water:alkene,alkyne,alkane,benzene. 2.why C 6 H 5 OH is more acidic than CH 3 OH :explain it please? It will be grateful if anyone answer those question..please,please. Yours sincerely, emon hossain raihan

4 years ago

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Umakant biswal
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@ emon 
i am answering the 2nd part of your question . 
c6h5oh is more acidic due to resonance stabilised phenoxide ion . 
on the other hand in the case of ch3oh neither ethanol nor ethoxide is stabilised by resonance . hence they will behave as weaker acids than c6h5oh .. 
for diagram of the reaction refer to alcohol and phenol chap of ncert , if not getting then let me know . 
ALL THE BEST ..
4 years ago
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