@Viraj yes its possible but this product is more apt imo
In multi correct question, if there are both options, i will mark both
Answer given is c
Yes in acid catalysed ring opening of epoxide, nucleophile attacks more substituted carbon while in base catalysed, less substituted
But in A isn't one -OH on axial (downward) and one -OH is on equitorial(upwards) making it trans. What you have drawn is correct but I am still not sure with the given option
That is cis only my friend. Please refer some book, topic 'conformations of cyclohexane' from a book and see how to convert to chair form. In 3-D that is cis. Can't explain this in writing
@Sourav_Madanpuri see 36
Which reaction is this
@pratyaksh_tyagi its not a particular reaction per say. Just sone reagents are taken and asked which of the following is not possible.
Imo c is the answer because with kno2 or nano2 R-ONO(nitritoalkane) forms instead of RNO2(nitroalkane) which forms with Agno2.
Answer? C, d
First is wrong as reaction proceed by radical not by ions. 2 is wrong because X will be
Oh can add from bottom or above ? That's why racemic ?
36 it should be B