Q. 155.0( 1 Vote )
An alcohol A (C<s
A and D exhibit position isomerism as they vary only in the position of the functional group(-OH)
(BUTANOL) (BUTANOIC ACID)
Butanol reacts with acidified potassium dichromate and gets oxidised to form butanoic acid. This reaction is also known as dehydrogenation reaction which leads to a loss of dihydrogen.
Butanoic acid gets reduced to form butene by the reaction of conc. sulphuric acid
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