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The reaction of chloroform with alcoholic KOH and p-toluidine formΒ :

A
B
C
D

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The carbylamine reaction is a chemical test for detection of primary amines In this reaction, the p-toluidine is heated with alcoholic potassium hydroxide and chloroform.

Β If a primary amine is present, the isocyanide(carbylamines) is formed which are foul-smelling substances.

Option D is correct.

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