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What an interesting coincidence, I was just thinking about this the other day: http://chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/31937/grubbs-wittig-hydroboration-reactions-and-woodward-hoffmann-rules
it wouldn't be a challenge without a little trickery ;)
Can I ask if it polymerizes in any way?
Including forming catenanes?
yep. No polymerization, co-polymerization, no coordinate complex formation.
I didn't excel at organic chemistry... do you mind walking me through the fundamentals?
I took the course and passed it, however by no means did I consider myself "proficient" at all.
You can challenge yourself by reviewing the fundamentals yourself, @Robert136
what program did you use to draw that? and you're on the right track. very close tho. what about the triple bond? and how odd, i didn't think they taught this is inorganic. this is organic :P
I used Chemdraw 15.0 Oh true so it's twice against the triple bond.. I didn't think the triple bond would react with the catalyst. Nice Yeah, my prof for inorganic was.. eccentric.. he talked about such random things, from like how to build a ruby laser to giving a full repertoire on inorganic pigments lol smart dude though, he was the chair of the dept. anyway, thanks for posting this q