difference between allilyc carbon and vinalliyc carbpn
Asked by ABHILASHA | 22nd Aug, 2020, 05:13: AM
Difference between Allylic and Vinyllic carbon is that allylic carbon is the carbon atom that is adjacent to double bonded carbon atom wherease vinylic carbon atom is one of the two atoms that shares the double bond.
For example, CH3CH=CHCH2Cl is an allylic halide and CH3CCl=CHCH2 is Vinylic halide.
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