Problem: The relative reactivity of acyl compounds toward nucleophilic acyl addition- elimination is:a) Amide > ester > acid anhydride >  acyl chlorideb) Acyl chloride >  ester >  acid anhydride >  amidec) Ester >  acyl chloride >  acid anhydride >  amided) Acyl chloride  > acid anhydride  >  ester > amidee) Acid anhydride > acyl chloride >  ester  >  amide

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The relative reactivity of acyl compounds toward nucleophilic acyl addition- elimination is:

a) Amide > ester > acid anhydride >  acyl chloride

b) Acyl chloride >  ester >  acid anhydride >  amide

c) Ester >  acyl chloride >  acid anhydride >  amide

d) Acyl chloride  > acid anhydride  >  ester > amide

e) Acid anhydride > acyl chloride >  ester  >  amide

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