As far as I have studied it produces a syn diol. So it should be B.
@Sourav_Madanpuri what say?
That's what I marked,but given answer for some reason is A
Actually I did organic chem 2 mnths ago.
So Let us consult others too @Anindya_Sikdar @viraj @Sourav_Madanpuri @Shwetanshu_Singh
It's the chair confirmation of cyclohexane , the two groups are cis ,
Syn addition product is option A ..
How I forgot 11th organic lil bit @Viraj
Yes A is correct ans
B is wrong
Just draw usual cyclohexane product and then convert it to chair confirmation. You'll see that the two oh in A are syn only as pratyaksh said
In B they are anti
If possi,ble could you draw and send me a pic of it?
Not sure but feel ring formation will happen..
Yeah this looks fine but can cyclohexane also form ? Partial postive on benzene ring C then alkene attack on it and thrn OH goes Out to form cyclohexane ? @Sourav_Madanpuri
epoxide in first step and then hydrolysis In 2nd
But how to decide where oh will go ?
Where means? Across double bond
Yeah , can you pl show mechanism