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Why is alcohols more acidic than other groups , but less acidic than carboxalic acids?

Why is alcohols more acidic than other groups , but less acidic than carboxalic acids?

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Ravleen Kaur
askIITians Faculty 1452 Points
2 years ago
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When comparing relative strengths of acids we always look at the conjugated base. The more this base is stabilized, the stronger the acid is. In general, atoms don’t like charges, so the more a charge can be distributed over more atoms, the more stable that form is.560-953_16-7.PNG

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