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# In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone- The molar ratio of benzaldehyde a.docx

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# In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone- The molar ratio of benzaldehyde a.docx

In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone: The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is exactly 2:1. What will happen if acetone was used a little more than required?
Solution
The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is 2:1 in the synthesis. 2 mol of benzaldehyde reacts with 1 mol of acetone to form 1 mol of dibenzalacetone.
If acetone is used a little more than required, the molar amount of acetone taken would need twice the molar amount of benzaldehyde. For exmple, if x is the molar amount of acetone, the molar maount of benzaldehyde needed is 2x.
Here, a little more acetone is added with no increase in the molar amount of benzaldehyde. So, the amount of the product formed would be the same as before. Since a little more acetone is added, there will be some unreacted acetone.
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In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone: The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is exactly 2:1. What will happen if acetone was used a little more than required?
Solution
The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is 2:1 in the synthesis. 2 mol of benzaldehyde reacts with 1 mol of acetone to form 1 mol of dibenzalacetone.
If acetone is used a little more than required, the molar amount of acetone taken would need twice the molar amount of benzaldehyde. For exmple, if x is the molar amount of acetone, the molar maount of benzaldehyde needed is 2x.
Here, a little more acetone is added with no increase in the molar amount of benzaldehyde. So, the amount of the product formed would be the same as before. Since a little more acetone is added, there will be some unreacted acetone.
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### In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone- The molar ratio of benzaldehyde a.docx

1. 1. In the synthesis of Dibenzalacetone: The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is exactly 2:1. What will happen if acetone was used a little more than required? Solution The molar ratio of benzaldehyde and acetone is 2:1 in the synthesis. 2 mol of benzaldehyde reacts with 1 mol of acetone to form 1 mol of dibenzalacetone. If acetone is used a little more than required, the molar amount of acetone taken would need twice the molar amount of benzaldehyde. For exmple, if x is the molar amount of acetone, the molar maount of benzaldehyde needed is 2x. Here, a little more acetone is added with no increase in the molar amount of benzaldehyde. So, the amount of the product formed would be the same as before. Since a little more acetone is added, there will be some unreacted acetone.