Master Organic Chemistry Reaction Guide

Halogenation of Alkynes


Treatment of alkynes with one equivalent of a halogen (Cl2, Br2, I2) results in an alkenyl dihalide. The alkenyl dihalide can be converted to a tetra-halide through use of a second equivalent of the halogen.

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