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do carbon atoms adjacent to an atom bearing -ve charge is called alpha carbon as we do in case of +ve charges

do carbon atoms adjacent to an atom bearing -ve charge is called alpha carbon as we do in case of +ve charges

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
6 years ago
Yes, perhaps!
U need to find the main carbon atom like double or trile bounded or the carbon attached wth +M or -M effect showing group or carbon sghowing hyperconjygation.
After that other carbons attached with that main carbon would be called a s alpha carbon.

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