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Posted on: 09:24:27 PM on June 27, 2016
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Riya Maria
What is tautomerism?


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Posted on: 11:43:58 AM on June 28, 2016
i think its conversion of keto to enol form and vice versa.many of times keto form is more stable than enol but there are few conditions in which enol form is more stable.few conditions are like-1.it depends on aromaticity,2.extent of resonance,etc.



Posted on: 07:30:13 PM on March 14, 2017
it refers to chemical equilibrium which includes ketone (keto) and an aldehyde and an enol(alcohol) is said to be tautomers of each other so is known as tautomerism



Posted on: 09:16:32 PM on March 16, 2017
Scientific name of a species having same generic and specific name



Posted on: 12:16:29 AM on March 18, 2017
Preethi are you high??



Posted on: 08:03:29 PM on March 19, 2017
IT IS A CONVERSION OF KETONE TO ITS ENOL AND ALSO CYANIDE CONVERT INTO ISOCYANIDE AND ALSO NITRO TO ACYI GROUP DUE TO PRESENCE OF ALPHA CARBON



Posted on: 11:06:35 PM on March 15, 2019
Tautomers are isomers of a compound which differ only in the position of the protons and electrons. The carbon skeleton of the compound is unchanged. A reaction which involves simple proton transfer in an intramolecular fashion is called a tautomerism.





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