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Imdadul haque Asked a Question
January 5, 2021 11:45 pmpts 30 pts
73. (A) and (B) are respectively PhHC B) PhH2C (A)- CF CHOH DMSO South Delhi: 28-A/11, Jia Sarai, Near-IIT Metro Station, New Delhi-16, Ph: 011-26851008, 26861009 North Delhi:33-35, Mall Road, GT.B. Nagar (Opp. Metro Gate Na 3), Delhi-09, Ph: 011-27653355, 27654455 12 DU M.Sc. ENTRANCE CHEMISTRY 2019 OCH2Ph OH B )A- (a) A = B = CH2Ph CHPh OH OCH Ph OCH2Ph a) A= B A =B = CHPh
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya Best Answer
    option D check thia video for O alkylation and C alkylation https://youtu.be/xOts_ZXcy6g
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  • Priyanshu kumar
    option D is correct See the condition for O-alkylation and C-alkylation of phenolates
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    Priyanshu kumar
    https://pharmaxchange.info/2011/04/phenolates-o-alkylation-and-c-alkylation/ check this link for more detailed explanation