Science Quiz / Grignard Reaction True or False

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State whether each statement regarding the Grignard reaction is true or false.

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The Grignard reagent may be classified as a Lewis acid.
Polar protic solvents are the solvents of choice when running a Grignard reaction.
Reaction of an aldehyde and a Grignard reagent followed by acid work-up yields a secondary alcohol.
The Grignard reagent attacks the more substituted side of an unsymmetrically-substituted epoxide.
The terminal alkyne functional group is not a competing reactive site for the Grignard reagent.
Reaction of a ketone with a Grignard reagent followed by an acid work-up yields a tertiary alcohol.
The carboxylic acid functional group is a competing reactive site for the Grignard reagent.
To synthesize the Grignard reagent, an alkyl halide is dissolved in anhydrous ether and magnesium chloride is added.
Reaction of an ester in the presence of excess Grignard reagent followed by an acid work-up yields a tertiary alcohol.
The Grignard reagent will react with an imine (C=N).

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