how we can prepare carboxylic acid (2-methylpropanoic acid or isobutyric acid) from alkenes ?

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We can make carboxylic acid by the carboxylation of alkenes.

This method is also known as the Koch reaction .

In this method an alkene is treated with carbon monoxide with steam under high temprature and pressure.

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