Increasing carbon chain length using Grignard reagents
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- Write full chemical equations to show Grignard reagents increasing carbon chain length.
Bromoethane can be reacted with magnesium pieces to form a Grignard reagent.
- Give the equation for this reaction, showing the reaction conditions and the name and structure of the product.
- This Grignard reagent can react with propanone, with the product hydrolysed in dilute acid. Give the equation for this reaction and show the structure of the organic product.