Asked by | 29th Feb, 2008, 12:15: AM
carblamine is a test for NH2 group, compund is heated with CHCl3 and KOH and gives foul smelling isocyanide.Sec and ter do not give this test.
Answered by | 20th Dec, 2017, 04:14: PM
- pls explain
- Conversion of amines
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- Z is :- (1) CH3—CH2—OH (2) CH3—NH2 (3) CH3—OH (4) CH3—CH2—NH2
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