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Why can't this reaction form an epoxide? Is it because there is no double bond?

Why can't this reaction form an epoxide? Is it because there is no double bond?


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Look at the reaction attached  In this reaction treatment with base creates the alkoxide... View the full answer

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Epoxidation of Alkenes: Reaction type: Electrophilic Addition Overall transformation : C=C to epoxide Reagent : a peracid, RCO3H Regioselectivity : not relevant since both new bonds are the same,...

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