. Which of the following is an example of 3^0 amide


Which of the following is an example of 3amide?

30 amide

Best Answer

Explanation:

Amongst the given structures, option A is a 3° amide. 

By definition, a 3° amide is one where N is bonded to 3 C groups, one of which is carbonyl (-C=O of amide), other two could be the same or different C groups.

As it can be seen in option A, N is bonded to 3 different C groups, 1 carbonyl and 2 ethyl groups. Hence, it is a 3° amide. 

While in option B, structure is an amine; option C has a 2° amide and option D has a 1°amide.

Final Answer:

Hence,the correct answer is option A: 30 amide

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