What is CH3COCH2CH3

Hydrocarbons, alcohols, oxo and oxy-oxo compounds

Synthesis of Carbon Compounds pp 3-169 | Cite as

Summary

If halogen-removing agents act on haloalkyls, the following equation follows:
$$ 2RHal + M {e_2} = RR + 2MeHa {l ^ {2,3}} $$
Formation of a paraffin.
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