Karnan Asked a Question
November 6, 2020 12:33 pmpts 30 pts
What would be the final major product of the following chemical reaction if it is carried out twice, one at 5 C° and the second time at 45 C'? H,C-Č-H t O11 a) CH-ČH at both the temperatures. b) QH CH-ČH-CH-Č-H at 5°C and CH CH-CHCHO at 45°C QH c) CH CH-CH-Č-H at 5°C and CH-ČH-CH-CHO at 45°C d) QH CH CH CH2 H at 5°C and CH H CH-ČH at 45°C Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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  • Narayanarao gundoju
    in presence of base loss proton at active site in Carbonyl compounds gives carbanions . this carbanion is stabilized by adjacent carbonyl group firm enolate ion. this equilibrium...
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya thankyou
    option A in both temperature same enolates are formed
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  • Priyanshu kumar thankyou
    option A
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