When it comes to the acid base reactions, we’re often going to depict those with the curved arrows. This brings a bit of a challenge for some students in organic chemistry. Not only you’ll be looking to identify what type of the acid-base reaction you’re looking at, but also you’ll be looking at adding the curved arrows to complete those. Good news is, the curved arrows in the acid-base chemistry work just like for any other topic! So, I have a couple of the practice sets here for you. In the first one, you want to look carefully at the curved arrows in those acid-base reactions and predict the products. In the second set, the question is to do the opposite: look at the products and come up with the curved arrows.
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