Problem: 1-Chloro-4-fluorobutane is reacted with one equivalent of sodium iodide in acetone. During the reaction a precipitate forms. What is the precipitate?  a) FCH2CH2CH2CH2l b) ClCH2CH2CH2CH2l c) NaCl d) NaF

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1-Chloro-4-fluorobutane is reacted with one equivalent of sodium iodide in acetone. During the reaction a precipitate forms. What is the precipitate? 

a) FCH2CH2CH2CH2l

b) ClCH2CH2CH2CH2l

c) NaCl

d) NaF

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