Friday, May 29, 2009
Creates a vicinal halide (anti addition)
Creates an alkyl halide following Markovnikov's ru
Creates a Markovnikov alcohol
Creates an anti-Markovnikov alcohol
Alkenes react with peracides to form epoxodies/oxiranes through a syn addition
Yields two carbonyl compounds.
React with cold potassium permanganate to form vicinal diols through a syn addition.
Eliminates water to form the most stable alkene (use Zaitsev's rule)
Eliminates HX to form the most stable alkene (anti elimination) (use Zaitsev's rule)
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