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What Is the Reaction of Aldehyde with Sodium Hydroxide?

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The mixture of Aldehyde and Sodium Hydroxide does not form any major reaction. However, Sodium Hydroxide can be used to oxidise aldehyde into carboxylic acids. Sodium hydroxide catalyses many reactions, including the Aldol Condensation reaction.
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Positively charged carbon atom of the aldehyde's carbonyl group attacks. p.position of aniline, having a negative charge. Compound 1 forms, with a positive carbon attacking a. p.position
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Oxidation with the PCC reagent converts
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It can undergo oxidation and be oxidised to carboxylic acids by acidified K2Cr2O7/Fehlings/Tollens. It can undergo nucleophilic addition reaction. It can be reduced to primary alcohol
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If you are referring to going from a primary alcohol to an aldehyde, then you need mild conditions, and a mild oxidizing agent. Silver oxide is quite good for those type of oxidations
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