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What is the purpose of an inert solvent?
To form a solution and it does not react with the reactant used or the products formed.
The purpose of using an inert solvent in organic chemistry is to allow the dissolution of all or part of the reagents so the reaction occurs in solution and that it does not react with the reactant used or the products formed.