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Q. 2.67

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Organic Chemistry
Found in: Page 89

Short Answer

Draw the product formed when the Lewis acid reacts with each Lewis base:

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Lewis acid-base reaction

The combination of a Lewis acid with a Lewis base produces the product that is noted as a Lewis acid-base adduct. Several of the Lewis acid-base reactions come under the category of displacement reactions.

Reaction of  with given compounds

(a) The Lewis base provides the electron to the Lewis acid leading to the formation of a Lewis acid-base adduct as given below:

(b) The Lewis base donates the electron to the Lewis acid leading to the formation of a Lewis acid-base adduct, as shown below:

(c) The Lewis base contributes its electron to the Lewis acid leading to the formation of a Lewis acid-base adduct as mentioned below:

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