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I did lecture 3 yesterday and realized it appears there is some missing information on page 67 (5th edition). In the part at the bottom of Salty's comments, it reads "Rather than memorize all these reactions, you should remember that carboxylic acids _________" and its blank for two lines before starting another sentence. I looked for this question asked on the Examkrackers errors board and didn't see anything, but thought someone here might know the answer.

Anyone have any idea what it is supposed to say there? :confused:
 

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Oops, found it on the EK board.

"You should remember that carboxylic acids and their derivatives undergo nucleophilic substitution; aldehydes and ketones undergo nucleophilic addition."

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Cozmosis said:
Oops, found it on the EK board.

"You should remember that carboxylic acids and their derivatives undergo nucleophilic substitution; aldehydes and ketones undergo nucleophilic addition."

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Thanks so much Cozmosis! I'm glad you were able to find it since I couldn't! :)
Do you remember what section of the forum you found it in?

I totally agree about that table below. It strains my eyes to try to read it!