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- In organic chemistry, Markovnikov's rule or Markownikoff's rule describes the outcome of some addition reactions. The rule was formulated by Russian chemist...
- Vladimir Vasilyevich Markovnikov (Russian: Влади́мир Васи́льевич Марко́вников), also spelled as Markownikoff, (December 22, 1838 – February 11, 1904)...
- Nikolai Markovnikov (1869–1942), Russian architect and archaeologist, son of Vladimir Vladimir Markovnikov (1837–1904), Russian chemist Markovnikov's rule...
- water attacks at the anti-Markovnikov carbon to generate the more thermodynamically stable palladocycle. Anti-Markovnikov selectivity is also observed...
- the carbon with fewer hydrogen substituents, an observation known as Markovnikov's rule. This is due to the abstraction of a hydrogen atom by the alkene...
- generated during a reaction, one of them is dominant (e.g., Markovnikov/anti-Markovnikov addition across a double bond) Regioselectivity can also be applied...
- Nikolai Vladimirovich Markovnikov, also spelled Morkovnikov (Russian: Николай Владимирович Марковников (Морковников)) (1869, Kazan - 1942, location of...
- would be incomplete without mentioning Vladimir Vasilyevich Markovnikov. Zaitsev and Markovnikov both studied under Alexander Butlerov, taught at the University...
- was demonstrated: Limonene is reacted with trifluoroacetic acid in a Markovnikov addition to a trifluoroacetate intermediate, which is easily hydrolyzed...
- regioselectivity is important and often determined by Markovnikov's rule. Organoborane compounds give anti-Markovnikov additions. Electrophilic attack to an aromatic...
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