can alcohols nd ethers form functional pairs.if yes how
Asked by lovemaan5500 | 21st Jan, 2019, 06:43: AM
Yes, ethers and alcohols form functional pairs.
C2H6O is represented as:
CH3–O–CH3 is diethyl ether
CH3–CH2–OH is Ethanol.
The molecular formula is the same but the functional groups are different.
Answered by Varsha | 21st Jan, 2019, 01:17: PM
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