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Size:  48.3 KB Hi, I don't get the part circled. Surely the answer should be secondary amine but the mark scheme states it is secondary AMIDE . How can it be amide when the carbon is not bonded to an O atom ?

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    Yes the carbon is bonded to both an O atom and the N- and the methyl group
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    Yes the carbon is bonded to both an O atom and the N- and the methyl group
    Oh yeah, thanks a lot.
 
 
 
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