Epoxide

An epoxide (also called an oxirane) is a 3-membered cyclic ether. Epoxides have considerable ring strain and are reactive towards nucleophiles under both basic and acidic conditions. Epoxides are commonly formed through epoxidation of alkenes with peroxyacids (e.g. m-CPBA) or from halohydrins.

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