A primary amine is formed from an amide by the treatment of bromine and alkali. The primary amine has 

  1. A

    1 carbon atom less than amide 

  2. B

    1 carbon atom more than amide 

  3. C

    1 hydrogen atom less than amide 

  4. D

    1 hydrogen atom more than amide 

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    Solution:

    When a primary amine has formed by the reaction of alkali and bromine with an amide, there is a decrease in the number of carbon atoms, which are originally present in the amide. So, primary amine has one carbon atom less than amide.

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