Shouldn't the second reaction be SN2 type reaction with the same six member ring product?
@Supreeta_Sen @Sourav_Kumar @Viraj
Rmgbr ke jagah mgbr2 hona chahiye
Maybe typo error
But next line they said with Grignard reagent.
So they are basically saying that rearrangement product will be major.
Just when you think you know organic....
I don't have idea about this bro.
IKR. Seems weird that everyday we encounter some new way in which a reaction proceeds.
Maybe this is minor product and not major. Who knows. Might help in multiple correct right ?
But still i can't seem to get hold of this.. How carbocation will form in the first place?
Maybe its (MgBr2 + RMgBr)
BTW did you know the first two products can be formed? @Sourav_Kumar
Oh come on man ! How many pages of Grignard reagent notes do you have. ?
I like to think of my notes as magic books
Trust me, even I don't know everything in these.
@Viraam_Rao there's a few pages on Grignard synthesis and reactions
Then each chapter has at least one or two reactions of the particular functional group with GR.
Courier it to me for a week. Ill take a photocopy of your notes and keep. Magical things are written in it.
I almost feel like I am doing organic chemistry for the first time.
Aaj din hi kharab hai... Bahut concepts ki what lagi hai aaj
@Supreeta_Sen you rock sis
I don't rock bro. I didn't even know this exists.
Arre yaar. This specific reaction was in which chapter?
This was in ethers.
Do me a favour. Whats the difference between
RMgBr and RLi in terms of reaction mech. Which one is 1-2 addition and which one 1-4, etc.
LOL. You should open an organic chemistry helpline with those notes of yours.
I hope not. That would completely reduce the difference between inorganic and organic. We will have to mug up special cases in organic too now.
Yeah one minute I'll find it.
Hmm. But i have seen the SN2 reaction only with rmgbr also in oxiranes.
Maybe this is a special case for cyclohexene oxide