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Peroxy acid reactions
« on: April 12, 2020, 04:51:25 AM »
Hello everyone. Can someone explain me the mechanism of those peroxy reactions?

1.) When peroxy acid reacts with an alkene it forms carboxylic acid. How does only one oxygen leaves?
2.)On hydrobororation oxidation - How (-OOH) and (R'BH2) forms (ROBH2) How does one oxygen stays and OH leaves?

I know it's nubbish chemistry but I failed to find a proper explanation of this. Thanks for helpers.

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