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Can you explain the reason for the much high reactivity of grignard reagent and why a unusual negative charge apperas on carbon in the grignard reagent ?

Can you explain the reason for the much high reactivity of grignard reagent and why a unusual negative charge apperas on carbon in the grignard reagent ?

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dhiren chhetrapal
19 Points
9 years ago

  grignad is RmgX.. in its structure there is a partially charge betwn carbon and magnesium halide...as carbon is mor electronegative the magnesium hence carbon get partially negative charge i.e R minus mgX plus...

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