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I just learnt the cannizaro reaction. First, the OH- group attacks the carbonyl carbon. The pi bond breaks. Then the pi bond is formed again and the H- ion leaves now. why is it more probable that the H- ion leaves and not the OH-?

I just learnt the cannizaro reaction. First, the OH- group attacks the carbonyl carbon. The pi bond breaks. Then the pi bond is formed again and the H- ion leaves now. why is it more probable that the H- ion leaves and not the OH-?

Grade:11

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Harishwar IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 50 Points
6 years ago

http://www.askiitians.com/revision-notes/chemistry/aldehydeketone-and-carboxylic-acid/ . Please go through this once.............................................................................................................................................................................

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