@Viraam_Rao see this
Could it be due to steric reactions. OH should be attacked by Br2 to form OBr.
In alpha, the adjacent OH are both downwards
Okay yeah I was thinking along the same lines.
Didn't get it, how does sterics repulsion between the two oh affect the attack of br2 on it?
Im not saying steric repulsion. Im saying its crowded in alpha and less crowded in beta. This was just a thought, haven't really read about this reaction in detail.
How this reaction occurs ???
I m not getting it's mechanism
Then steric reason seems fine
Can you post the rank list for this paper?
Don't have bro, this is one of the papers arush Kumar Singh uploaded here, not from online test series.
Though how much are you getting @Chirag_Hegde
Also can you please solve the question?
And you are counting your friends @Chirag_Hegde ?
Idk I will get the marks in a day
My friend is counting
Didnt get this one while taking this test btw
Ohk, but how to in general identify that which type of bond is present
I haven't studied this chapter extensively yet but afaik glycosidic bond is when the hemiacetal OH bonds with some other substituent
But here in this questiin it's a more specific thing
Btw there are so many spelling mistakes in the chem part lol
For 5min I was thinking what is disacelaride
What does it mean though LOL!
What's the ans for 5??
Are you sure cuz B is D form not L form