Secondary Catalogue

Radical Addition: Anti-Markonikov Rule

Organic Chemistry

The anti-Markovnikov rule describes the regiochemistry where the substituent is bonded to a less substituted carbon, rather than the more substitued carbon. This process is quite unusual, as carboncations which are commonly formed during alkene, or alkyne reactions tend to favor the more substitued carbon.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2019
Duration: 5 min
Series: Organic Chemistry

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