Please what is a Grignard Reagents… An it’s example
It has general formula ( RMgX) where R is alkyl and X is halogen
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A Grignard reagent or Grignard compound is a
chemical compound with the generic formula R–Mg–X, where X is a halogen and R is an organic group , normally an alkyl or aryl . Two typical examples are methylmagnesium chloride H3C–Mg–Cl and phenylmagnesium bromide (C 6H5)–Mg–Br.
It is used 4 sythesing Mg with dry ether