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If I react 3,5-dimethylphenol with NaOH what would my product be? Is this an acid base reaction?

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  1. It is analogous to acid/base reaction. You would get the "salt", a phenolate.

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  2. Ok so I get the benzene ring with my two methyl groups, and the OH becomes an O- with a Na+ is that correct. and water would be a by product?

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  3. Yes.

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  4. thank you

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