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The maximum number of compounds with the molecular formula C4H11N, which give an alkali soluble compound when reacted with benzenesulfonyl chloride is:

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The compounds which give an alkali soluble compounds with benzenesulfonyl chloride are primary amines. The primary amines that can be formed from the given formula are
1) CH3CH2CH2CH2NH2,
2) CH3CH2NH2|CHCH3,
3) CH3C(CH3)2NH2,
4) CH3CH2NH2|CHCH3.
Since in structure (2), we have a stereocenter and so, we will have two enantiomeric product, thus a total of 5 compouds with the molecular formula C4H11N are possible which will give an alkali soluble compound with benzenesulfonyl chloride.

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