2) If a carbonyl compound is reduced with sodium borohydride do you expect the product will have

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2) If a carbonyl compound is reduced with sodium borohydride, do you expect the product will have

optical activity? Why or why not?

3) Hydride reagents can potentially react with different carbonyl compounds in addition reactions, substitution reactions or substitution reactions followed by addition reactions. Can you predict what the products of these possible reactions are with different carbonyl compounds?

This is depends on Carbonyl Compound .
If Carbon
oral Compound is Symmetrical chen
optically inactive Compound Obtained
when Carbonyl Compound is hot symmetric
then opH Cally active Compound…
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