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N,N-dimethylaniline reagent

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The formation of an azo compound is a slow reaction, but that rate can be increased by raising the pH of the solution. Why is this necessary? In other words, how does the pH of the solution affect the reactivity of the N,N-dimethylaniline reagent.

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