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The product of a reaction series involving 1,3-dithiane, 1-chloro-3-iodopropane and butyllithium

I encountered this question while solving an objective paper....

Asked on 01/06/2022

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Mechanism of three-membered lactone hydrolysis in base

I was reading up on the participation of neighboring functional groups and in the reaction below, I was wondering why hydroxide attacks the C–O bond instead of the carbonyl group...

Asked on 01/04/2022

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What makes C=O more stable that C(OH)₂

When there are $2$ hydroxy groups on same carbon, they tend to undergo dehydration ( of course with exceptions like chloral where $ce H$ bonding prevails). Why does this happen?...

Asked on 01/02/2022 by evil999man

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Confusing stability order of free radical structures

I have a question regarding the solution that has been given. Question:In the given compound, what would be the order of ease with which hydrogen atom can be abstracted from...

Asked on 01/02/2022

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Salt analysis of Ag salts

So I was doing analysis of silver salts and I found $ce{AgBr}$ is curry white partially soluble in ammonia, $ce{AgI}$ is yellowish and insoluble but silver phosphate is...

Asked on 01/02/2022 by Samyak Jain

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Reason for no change in electrode potential in reference electrodes

Reference electrodes such as the saturated calomel electrode and silver chloride electrode have a constant potential because the $ce{Cl-}$ concentration (or, to be more precise, the activity) is constant....

Asked on 01/02/2022

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Why does an mercury ore exist as HgS?

Cinnabar($ce{HgS}$) is one of the most common ores of mercury. Why does it not exist at $ce{HgO}$ or some other such compound? Is there any reason for...

Asked on 01/02/2022

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What is the hybridisation in HCN molecule?

According to VSEPR theory hybridisation of the central atom should be sp. However, my teacher says that there exists a near-100% s-character in the carbon orbital that bonds with hydrogen...

Asked on 12/31/2021 by sfsg

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Crystal Field Theory

When I learned about crystal field theory I had fallen on a paradox. When K4[Fe(CN)6] is formed then three d orbitals are occupied by electrons of Fe2+ pairly and the...

Asked on 12/31/2021

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Stability of carbocations with -M groups in beta position

First partThe original question was to arrange the following compounds in the order of their rate of dehydration with conc. $ce{H2SO4}$:-(A) $ce{CH3-CH(OH)-CH2-CH=O}$ (B) $ce{CH3-CH(OH)-CH2-C(=O)-CH3}$ (C) $ce{CH3-CH(OH)-CH2-C#N}$...

Asked on 12/28/2021

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