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when aryle compounds are reacts with potasium halide it gives major compound of cyanide and minor compound of isocyanide .why it give both of them at a time .please give me the reason.

when aryle compounds are reacts with potasium halide it gives major compound of cyanide and minor compound of isocyanide .why it give both of them at a time .please give me the reason.

Grade:12

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
10 years ago

Dear student,

Cyanides are characterized by the presence of cyano (-CN) group in their molecules. They are considered to be the derivatives of hydrogen cyanide (HCN) in which H atom is replaced by alkyl or aryl group. If -CN group is linked to alkyl group, the compound is called alkyl cyanide, whereas if cyano group is linked to aryl group, the compound is an aryl cyanide.

 

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