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Why is methoxide strong base? In case of halogens, I get why one is weak base, and one is strong base, but in the case of ones with oxygen, this seems to be hard to figure out.

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It is a strong organic base, even stronger than the inorganic hydroxide ion. As such, methoxide solutions must be kept free of water; otherwise, the methoxide will remove a proton from a water...

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Formaldehyde polymerises by the action of a strong base sodium methoxide. Suggest the mechanism of its polymerisation.

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Sodium methoxide is considered to be a strong base. It is thus regularly used in organic chemistry in the synthesis of several chemical compounds such as pharmaceuticals and agrichemicals.

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Now as strong bases have this basic characteristics of releasing as many hydroxide ions in aqueous medium, they

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(A) Phenoxide (B) Methoxide (C) Bromide (D) Ketone.

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Methoxide is a very strong base; the oxygen being much more negative than is stable under most conditions. It has lost a proton, but kept the electrons, making it negative.

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Potassium methoxide is the alkoxide of methanol with the counterion potassium and is used as a strong base and as a catalyst for transesterification, in particular for the production of biodiesel. The preparation of potassium methoxide can be achieved on the laboratory scale by the...

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