We are asked to draw the organic product and select the inorganic species present at the end of the reaction.
The two reactions shown below involve an acid chloride. For each reaction, draw the organic product and select the inorganic species present at the end of the reaction. (The structure of the acid chloride is drawn for you as a starting point, so you need to modify it to draw the reaction product.)
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