Test: Organic Chemistry




Why does the reaction above require the use of Ag2O? 

The Ag2O is an inert solvent and allows the alcohol to attack and from the product without interference

The Ag2O attacks the alcohol to form the ether

The Ag2O oxidizes the alkyl halide to form the ether

The Ag2O reduces the alcohol to form the alkoxide ion

The Ag2O oxidizes the alcohol to form the alkoxide ion

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