I ' ve asked you all because nothing come to mind thinking at the reactions seen in org chem1
I have a "" I-C-C-I" structure and I need to take out the two Iodine in order to create a double bond C=C"..
But in which way?
A sn2 reaction on a alkyl halide with an H- (witch whic species? NaBH4 or LiAlH4 ?? I've senn these species in reduction of C=O ,not too much in Sn2 with alkyl halide)as nucleophile can take away the iodium as I-...
And IF only one of the two halide go out I could think in the
Next step in an elimination reaction E1/E2 on the second C-Halide bond
BUT this Sn2 reaction occours on both the C-I bond and I'll get an alkane (so no elimination reaction on the second C-I)
Some help? Thanks all!!!