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Chemical compounds that contain halogens (group 17 in the Periodic Table) as part of their chemical structure. This tag should only be applied where the halide group is one of the main focuses of the question.

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What's the reaction of isopropyl chloride with sodium acetate? (The solvent is acetic acid) Is it SN1 or SN2? My thoughts: It's not that difficult to approach isopropyl chloride's carbon, for there …
asked Mar 18 '18 by arya_stark
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My instructor mentioned a reaction for preparation of benzaldehyde by chlorination of toluene in presence of sunlight to form benzal dichloride, which on hydrolysis gives benzaldehyde. However, I'm …
asked Jul 4 '18 by arya_stark
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This is the very famous chromyl chloride test, used for detection of chloride ion in solution - $$\ce{K2Cr2O7 + 4NaCl + 6H2SO4 -> 2CrO2Cl2 + 2KHSO4 + 4NaHSO4 +3H2O}$$ When a mixture containing chlor …
asked Apr 15 '18 by arya_stark
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One base is bulkier than the other, that's my observation. How does it affect the product? Could someone please give proper reasoning and the product? Thanks a lot. P.S. I guess both follow E2
asked Jun 22 '17 by arya_stark