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Grade: 12th
        Why do haloalkanes form cyanides with kCN and isocyanides with AgCN
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Arun
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							KCN+C2H5Cl    gives          C2H5CN+KClAgCN+ C2H5Cl  gives         C2H5NC+ AgClis 1 reaction suggests being an ambident nucleophile CN can attached with Cor N , When KCN is present K is highly reactive metal and forms ionic means strong bonds as bonds break Kgoes with Cl , C released its positive bond and required another positive part so attached with C of C2H5,  while in case of formation of  C2H5NC molecule there was no +ve or -ve charges so  C2H5 +       attracts towards lone pairs of N
						
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