Mechanism of Oxidation of Benzoin?


The mechanism of oxidation of Benzoin is 2PhCH(OH)-C=O-Ph + 2HNO3 ? 2Ph-CO-CO-Ph + NO2 + NO + H2O. You can start your presentation with the introduction, explaining the purpose of your experiment, including pertinent data, scheme, and mechanism. Chronicle the procedure and reactions you found and any other steps you took including data. Finally, discuss the results and your observations, including any additional data necessary for the analysis, and finish with questions and your references that you used.
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Using an effective catalyst for benzoin oxidation is important. The range of catalysts generally used includes oxidants such as nitric acid, copper sulfate, copper acetate, bismuth
Swern oxidation mechanism goes through the formation of Dimethyl chloro sulphonium ion from oxalyl chloride and DMSO. Then that ion reacts with alcohol to form alkoxy sulfonium ion.
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