The Anti-Markovnikov Rule, Definition, Significance and Applications

The Anti-Markovnikov Rule, also known as the Kharasch Rule, is a principle in organic chemistry. It describes the regioselectivity of certain chemical reactions, specifically addition reactions to unsymmetrical alkenes (carbon-carbon double bonds) in the presence of certain reagents, typically hydrogen halides (H-X, where X is a halogen like chlorine, bromine, or iodine). The Anti-Markovnikov Rule...Read More
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