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Offline rolnor

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Re: Problematic Menshutkin reaction
« Reply #15 on: August 04, 2023, 03:24:24 AM »
the product will be pure, this is a straightforward reaction. Its the di-pyridy salt that can form and this will not form if a large excess of the dibromide is used, if the product drops out of solution this will not react further with pyridine I think. I can be wrong but I have made these Q-salts and there are no possible side-reactions I can see here

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