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Acidity of Carboxylic Groups

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The two carboxyl groups in 3-chlorohexanedioic acid are not equivalent and thus have different dissociation constants. which carboxylic group is more acidic?

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Explanation of the inequivalence of two carboxylic groups and their resulting acidity with a structural diagram included.

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The structure of 3-chlorohexandioic acid is:


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