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[*] posted on 8-5-2008 at 11:26
Condensation double bond


Why double bond do they condense as the styrene? What factors they favor the condensation to part of the external: light, oxygen, peroxides, acids, head? The electron withdrawing groups?

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[*] posted on 8-5-2008 at 17:11


Translation: "Why do double bonds condense to form styrenes?" Is that really the question? I can't translate the next one at all.. won't hazard a guess. I think we've been here before. Please get help translating your questions to English so we can understand them. You seem to be trying to learn some organic chemistry here and I think we'd all like to help but we need some help from you undertanding what you're asking. This is as gently as I can put it.



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