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Use this tag for questions relating to organic molecules and their properties (structure of organic molecules, spectroscopic properties, reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry etc). DO NOT use this tag as the only tag in your question, as this tag by itself cannot appropriately classify your question. Always use this tag in addition to other more specific tags.

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Till whatever I have studied in organic chemistry, Grignard's reagent has been the most helpful thing everywhere, whether is it preparation or reaction of organic compounds. But I haven't ever seen th …
asked Nov 9 '15 by Chinmay Chandak
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Let's say in a reaction, unimolecular (SN1), we have $\ce{CH3-CH(CH3)-CH2+}$ carbocation, and a nucleophile $\ce{Nu-}$. Generally the carbocation is first rearranged and then there is attack of $\ce{N …
asked Nov 6 '15 by Chinmay Chandak
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Let it be organic or inorganic compound More the no. of bonds between 2 atoms more the energy required to break it. This is because intermolecular force of attraction increases as the no. of bonds i …
answered Mar 15 '15 by Chinmay Chandak
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I know that cyclic planer molecules with $2n + 1$ $\pi$-electrons are aromatic. Also, the color of a compound is due to electronic transitions. But how is it related with aromaticity (smell)? Is there …
asked Oct 5 '15 by Chinmay Chandak
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Recently I read about Hyperconjugation. But i have a doubt. What is the need of hyperconjugation in this structure when there is charge separation resulting in lesser stable structure.
asked Mar 19 '15 by Chinmay Chandak