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  1. DLS
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    @chmvijay

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    I guess upon Hydrolysis,CN will turn into COOH but what about Oxygen?

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    you're right, KMnO4/base will will turn nitriles into carboxylic acids. Ive never seen HI/Red P, googles says they're reduction reagents, though i don't know to what extent.

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    why wont Oxygen be hydrolysed?

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    @aaronq

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    yeah, that seems reasonable, if so, then |dw:1378655955883:dw|

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