Why carboxylate salts less reactive than esters, Chemistry

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Carboxylate salts

Carboxylate salts are less reactive than esters in nucleophilic acyl substitution reactions for two reasons.  First, resonance stabilization of carboxylate salts is particularly significant because carboxylates have two identical, significant resonance structures;

 


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