Results for: ACETAMIDE

In Chemistry

Is acetamide polar?

I cannot find an exact figure for acetamide but itshould be strongly polar due to its functional groups (amine andC=O). Also, dimethyl acetamide is 6.5 polarity (polar and the (MORE)
In Chemistry

Is O or N more easily protonated in acetamide?

It depends on whats adjoined to the N or O! They both do very well at protonating. O is more electronegative so if i had to make that the case then O is the better at protonat (MORE)
In Organic Chemistry

Why Acetamide is much weaker base than methylamine?

Acetamide is a much weaker base compared to methylamine. This isdue to the electron withdrawing effect of the CO group, which makesthe lone pair of electrons on the nitrogen a (MORE)
In Acids and Bases

Why benzamide and acetamide are neutral?

acetamide is derived from acetic acid and its NH2 group is electrondonating involved in docalization with carbonyl group C=O thisgroup withdraws the elctron pair of NH2 and in (MORE)
In Organic Chemistry

What do formamide and acetamide have in common?

They both fall under the Organic Functional Group "amide", meaning they both have a double bonded oxygen and a nitrogen + a hydrogen attached to a carbon.
In Organic Chemistry

What is chemical equation when acetamide react with sulphuric acid?

Acetamide has a chemical formula of C2H5NO, and sulphuric acid isH2SO4. Their reaction is C2H5NO + H2SO4 C2H6NO + HSO4.Note however, that the conjugate acid of acetamide may (MORE)