Master Organic Chemistry Reaction Guide

Chlorination of alkenes with Cl2 to give vicinal dichlorides

Description: Treatment of alkenes with chlorine (Cl2) in an inert solvent like CCl4, alkanes, or CH2Cl2 leads to formation of vicinal dichlorides (1,2-dichlorides)

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