Substitution Reaction - Radical Substitution

Radical Substitution

A radical substitution reaction involves radicals. An example is the Hunsdiecker reaction.

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Radical Substitution Reactions
... In free radical halogenation reactions radical substitution takes place with halogen reagents and alkane substrates ... Another important class of radical substitutions involve aryl radicals ... and reduction reactions in organic chemistry have free radical intermediates, for example the oxidation of aldehydes to carboxylic acids with chromic acid ...

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