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Grade: 12
        Why alcohol is more acidic than phenol....................?
one year ago

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shekharnandanwar
109 Points
							The Hydrogen atom in phenol group is more partially positive than the aliphatic hydrogen atom.Phenol can lose a hydrogen ion because the phenoxide ion formed is stabilised to some extent.
						
one year ago
Aashna
79 Points
							Phenol is more acidic than alcohol. Your statement is not correct. As after releasing H+ phenoxide ion is very much stabilised by resonance and no such type of stability is observed in alcohol.
						
one year ago
Meghana Varanasi
25 Points
							
Well actually phenol is more acidic than alcohol .
Phenoxide ion formed after removal of electron from phenol is stabilised by resonace.but in case of alkoxide ion it is actually destbilised by +I effect of alkyl groups.
 
 
one year ago
praveen kumar
144 Points
							
sorry. phenol is more acidic than the alcohol because the resonance sability of the phenoxide ion where as the alcohol there is resonance sability.there fore PHENOLS are more acidic in nature than the alcohols.thank you.
one year ago
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