Problem: Mixing 2-propanol (CH3CH(OH)CH3) with sodium cyanide (Na+CN-) produces A. (CH3)2CHO- Na+. B. (CH3)2CHC≡N. C. (CH3)2CHN+≡C-. D. (CH3)2CH–Na+. E. no reaction.

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Mixing 2-propanol (CH3CH(OH)CH3) with sodium cyanide (Na+CN-) produces

A. (CH3)2CHO- Na+.

B. (CH3)2CHC≡N.

C. (CH3)2CHN+≡C-.

D. (CH3)2CH–Na+.

E. no reaction.

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