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Chemical compounds that contain halogens (group 17 in the Periodic Table) as part of their chemical structure. This tag should only be applied where the halide group is one of the main focuses of the question.

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The order of nucleophilicity for halide family in DMF is: $\ce{Cl- > Br- > I-}$. I understand the reason for this must be that DMF, being a polar aprotic solvent, is unable to solvate the halide ions …
asked Apr 22 '18 by Archer
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The given answer is 1,1-dicyclopropylmethanone: Step 1 is abstraction of acidic H by the strong base. Then, there's surely going to be anchimeric assistance. But there can be two places where …
asked Jun 25 '18 by Archer
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I was told by my teacher that the following reaction proceeds through SNi: Moist $\ce{Ag2O}$ is basically $\ce{AgOH}$, what role does it play in this reaction's mechanism? I think this is what happ …
asked Apr 22 '18 by Archer
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On Clayden's page 190 this reaction is given for preparation of organometallics: What is the mechanism of this reaction? I expected the "almost carboanion" part of the $\ce{t-BuLi}$ to attack as a …
asked Apr 28 '18 by Archer
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Solubility of two electrolytes having common ion when they are dissolved in solution is called simultaneous solubility. How do I calculate the simultaneous solubility of the above mentioned salts giv …
asked Sep 26 '17 by Archer
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I would like to know the mechanism of this reaction leading to the formation of a geminal dichloride. I am unable to predict how the $\ce{C=O}$ breaks and how the 2 $\ce{Cl}$ atoms replace the oxyge …
asked Mar 29 '18 by Archer