How am I supposed to know which compound is a weaker acid than bicarbonate ion? Is there any short method to do this question?
Why does acid salt NaHCO3 react with another acid? It should react with a base, isn't it? Please explain.
Can we say that ortho nitrophenol is less soluble since it has intramolecular hydrogen bonding?
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@dikshant-gautam Thanks. So is the position of squaric acid between Ortho-nitrophenol and NaHCO3?
@anag in 99% of question when feasibility will be asked then NAhco3 will be given so consider it only above that only
@dikshant-gautam But in the pic above, position of Ortho-nitrophenol is above NaHCO3. So that means Ortho nitrophenol is a stronger acid than NaHCO3.
This is not matching with the explanation I posted:
"Ortho nitrophenol is a weaker acid than HCO3-, i.e, NaHCO3". Which is correct? Please explain.
Can someone please explain my doubt above?
in o-nitrophenol due to hydrogen bonding between oxygen and hydrogen it is less acidic than phenol and react in very less amount with NaOH and NaHCO3 .hence it is not soluble.....
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