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So if a compound with OH and COOH function groups react with NaOH, which one of it becomes O-NA+? or do they both?
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Only the carboxylic acid group will
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is this from the 2018 organic paper?

if its the question I'm thinking of, the OH group reacted as well because it was part of phenol, not just an OH.
normally a hydroxyl group would not react with NaOH but phenol is a weak acid so was able to react with the strong base NaOH.

(someone correct me if I'm wrong please)
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I'm not sure my guy, link the question you're talking about?
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(Original post by anzoceo)
I'm not sure my guy, link the question you're talking about?
OCR chemistry a level 2018 paper 2

what was the question? the groups that react depend on the compound
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