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Author Topic: Organic Reagent Mind Map  (Read 3682 times)

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Organic Reagent Mind Map
« on: May 17, 2005, 09:07:34 PM »

Anyhow, here is my attempt. Let me know what you think is correct and what is wrong. Also, could you explain exactly what CH3MgCl or CH3MgBr would do when added to an alkyne, I know when it it is added to a alkene, it makes diols but what happens to alkeynes?



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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2005, 12:14:13 AM »

Anyhow, here is my attempt. Let me know what you think is correct and what is wrong. Also, could you explain exactly what CH3MgCl or CH3MgBr would do when added to an alkyne, I know when it it is added to a alkene, it makes diols but what happens to alkeynes?

correction to what you said: alkenes + organometals ---> do not form diols

hint: alkynes + organolithium or grignard reagent ---> think acid-base reaction

check some of your markovnikov/anti-mark remember the difference is the presence of peroxides
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