About Mackovnikov's Rule

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rakeen
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About Mackovnikov's Rule

Unread post by rakeen » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:52 am

According to Markovnikov's rule te followed reaction would be like this:

$CH_3 - CH_2 - CH_3$ $+ Br$ $\rightarrow$ $CH_3 - CH_2 - CH_2 - Br$ 3% $+$ $ CH_3 - CH -BrCH_3$ (2-bromo propane 97%)

and the production rate is different for different material. How can we know what would be the production rate(theoriticaly)? I mean it could have been 5%:95% or something where 2-bromo propane would be higher than the other one.
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Re: About Mackovnikov's Rule

Unread post by samiul_samin » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:08 am

rakeen wrote:
Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:52 am
According to Markovnikov's rule te followed reaction would be like this:

$CH_3 - CH_2 - CH_3$ $+ Br$ $\rightarrow$ $CH_3 - CH_2 - CH_2 - Br$ 3% $+$ $ CH_3 - CH -BrCH_3$ (2-bromo propane 97%)

and the production rate is different for different material. How can we know what would be the production rate(theoriticaly)? I mean it could have been 5%:95% or something where 2-bromo propane would be higher than the other one.
I think It is not possible to know the percentage theoritically.It is a practical percentage.

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