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As most of us chemists have understood and experienced, the Grignard reagent have undergone the many reactions with suitable substrates. Yet, the most familiar and probably the most used reaction is the addition to a carbonyl group to give $2^\circ$- or $3^\circ$-alcohol. The Grignard reagents' affinity for a corbonyl group in the presence of an acidic $\...


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