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What is the product when this reacts with lucas reagent ?

What would be the product(s) if this alcohol reacts with Lucas reagent? Would Methyl shift happen ? I heard that in Groove's process, only primary and secondary alkyl chlorides are formed.

Asked By: GAUTHAM GANESH 4 year ago
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What is/are the product when this reacts with Lucas reagent?

What would be the product(s) if this alcohol reacts with Lucas reagent? Would Methyl shift happen ? I heard that in Groove's process, only primary and secondary alkyl chlorides are formed.

Asked By: GAUTHAM GANESH 4 year ago
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the total no. alkenes possible by dehydrobromination of 3-bromo-3-cyclopentylhexane using alcoholic koh is -?

it will be respected if the answer is properly explained.

Asked By: HIMANSHU 4 year ago
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CH3-(CHBr)-CH2-CH3   +  Na  --------> ?

 

 

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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in presence of ether it is Wurtz reaction and as obvious many products will be formed.

Major product will be CH3-CH2-CH(CH3)-CH(CH3)-CH2-CH3

C6H5ONa  +  C2H5Cl  ------>   ?

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year agoSolved By: SARIKA SHARMA
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Arrange The Following in increasing order of reactivity towards nucleophilic substitution and give reason :

CH3F , CH3Cl , CH3Br , CH3I  .

 

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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Better the leaving group the compound contains, more reactive the compound will be 
towards the nucleophilic sustitution.
Order of decreasing reactivity. 
 
CH3I > CH3Br > CH3Cl > CH3
 

Arrange The Following in increasing order of dipole moment and give reason :

Dichloromethane , chloroform , carbon tetrachloride .

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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Dichloromethane > chloroform > carbon tetrachloride 

why does dipropyl ether have higher boiling point than di ethyl ether??

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year agoSolved By: SARIKA SHARMA
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How does Fridal craft reaxn can be given by ESTER                        

                              CH3COOCH2CH3

 

PLEASE HELP ME

PLEASE 

Asked By: AMAN 6 year ago
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CH3CO--OC2H5

This is the form of ester. In the presence of anhydrous AlCl3, C6H6 will give reaction with ester 

Does PCL5 takes  out inversion or retention?????

 Please help.

just clear me...

Asked By: AMAN 6 year ago
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