Which of the following statements regarding CO group is not correct?

  1. A

    The carbon atom of CO group in aldehydes is sp2 hybridized

  2. B

    T he carbon atom of CO group in the transition state formed during the addition reaction across CO group is
    sp3 hybridized

  3. C

    The aryl group in aromatic aldehydes speeds up the addition reaction across the CO group

  4. D

    An aryl group stabilises an aldehyde more than the transition state

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    Solution:

    Statement C regarding CO group is not correct. 

    The aryl group in aromatic aldehyde retards the addition reaction across the CO group. Unsaturated hydrocarbons with double or triple bonds demonstrate the extra reaction. Unsaturated chemicals are changed into saturated ones via the adding reaction. - Hydration reaction is an illustration of an addition reaction. In this process, ethanol is created when ethene and water interact.

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