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Clemenson's and Wolff Kishner's Reduction
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Many examples regarding Clemenson reduction and Wolff Kishner reduction are discussed. Some previous year questions have also been discussed in order to enhance learning.

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Sachin Rana
IIT Bombay | Taught three under 100 AIR in JEE Advanced | YouTube: Sachin Rana (180k+ subs) | Qualified NSEA | Passionate Teacher.

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sir....baal shram k upar b vedio daal dijiye...please
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Vai mera organic me sab misconception clear ho raha hai. only for you... keep going.... we will do everything as we can.....
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
Yeah :)
Sir what will be the product when one aldehyde reacts with the other which is ketone gp. containing chain in the aldol condensation reaction. Plz.. help me bcoz. Very much confused in this question i.e which product will be formed in more amount
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
The carboanion will be formed on the aldehyde wala carbon and it shall attack the ketone carbonyl and will be the major product.
Nikhar shah
3 years ago
means sir when 5-keto hexanal goes on intramolecular aldol condensation then 2-methyl cyclobutane carbaldehyde will be formed in more amount than 3-hydroxy cyclohexanone
Nikhar shah
3 years ago
means sir when 5-keto hexanal goes on intramolecular aldol condensation then 2-methyl cyclobutane carbaldehyde will be formed in more amount than 3-hydroxy cyclohexanone
Nikhar shah
3 years ago
confirm me this pls. yes or no?
is it necessary if you want to strong your organic you cemical bonding must be strong
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
Not that necessary. But it's kind of.
Teena ashiya
3 years ago
so before starting organic should i need to study chemical bonding or not
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
You should.
Teena ashiya
3 years ago
is ncert is enough
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
Yes, it will be enough.
will these reagents also reduce resonance stabilized bonds of C=O
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
Yes, they will.
Ronit Mandal
3 years ago
OK
Ronit Mandal
3 years ago
Are reactions of Ketene(R-CH=C=O )important from JEE main or Advanced point of view
My everyday ends with your amazing lecture.... Thank you sir.
Sachin Rana
3 years ago
Welcome :)
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