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Which of the following haloforms would result if iodine were used as the halogen in the haloform reaction?

A
CH2I2
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B
CH3I
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C
CI4
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D
CHI3
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Solution

The correct option is D CHI3
Iodoform reaction: A chemical reaction in which a methyl ketone is oxidized to a carboxylate by reaction with aqueous NaOH and I2. The reaction also produces iodoform (CHI3), a yellow solid which may precipitate from the reaction mixture.

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