Draw the organic product of the following reaction.
Thionyl chloride is widely used in organic chemistry to activate carboxylic acids. The reaction between thionyl chloride and carboxylic acids gives acyl chlorides. Acyl chlorides also known as acid chlorides are more reactive than carboxylic acids.
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Carboxylic acids can be found in many places, including your home. In this lesson we will look at some of the reactions that carboxylic acids can undergo and how they occur.