what is the difference b/w ozonolysis , reductive ozonlysis, and oxidative ozonolysis?


Pleae mention the regaents in each and the corresponding products formed.


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reductive ozonolysis


RCH=CHR + Zn/H2O ===> 2RCHO


 


oxidative ozonolysis


RCH=CHR + H202   ===> 2RC00H


 


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