Organic Chemistry?

Organic Chemistry? Topic: Organic Chemistry?
June 18, 2019 / By Beckah
Question: With 3-bromo-3-methylpentane and reacts with Mg, THF is the product 3-magnesiumbromide-3-methylpentane? Ch3Ch2C*Ch2Ch3 Where C* is attached to both -MgBr and -Ch3 Is this like.. the Greenyard? dont know how to spell it...... reaction?
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Adison Adison | 10 days ago
Yes, that is the correct product, would be called 3-methyl-3-magnesiumbromo pentane. The reagent formed is called a grignard reagent. (pronounced "GRIN-yard")
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I am a bio major changing it to physiology. I feel like survey of organic chem is just a general class. If you want to go to med school you need a year of Ochem, so take ochem 1. If you have time it would not hurt you to get an intro to organic chemistry.

Temple Temple
This is NOT grignard. Grignard uses NBS, not THF, for starters. other Grignard reactions aid in the formation of alcohols (primary, secondary, and tert).
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