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they form inter molecular hydrogen bonding between themselves
What about the properties of compounds with other functional groups? @chmvijay
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alcohols and amines to show this thing....
yep they show inter molecular hydrogen bonding.. and if you know about liquid solutions they do form a +ive deviation solution
you can compare them with ester
there similarity of oxygen but no H bonding so less BP, MP
and esters have a fruity smell and carboxylic acids generally have a pungent smell like acetic acid (vinegar)
in carboxylic acid and esters you can also make some points on the mechanisms they follow
esters follow Aal1, Bac1,Aal2, Bac2
and acid Sn1
Wow. Thank you! ;-)
What about alcohol?
alcohol are less bulky than carboxylic acid ( you can guess why)
they form better hydrogen bonding as they are more compact than carboxylic acid.. they are less acidic then carboxylic acid 'coz of resonating structures.. and if I remember then one molecule causes anesthetic feeling and is stored in black bottles(except ethanol :P)... that will make a pretty good point..