The addition of the Hg salt of trinitromethane to olefins both in polar proton and aprotic solvents and in nonpolar solvents takes place in the same way, with the C-alkylation of the trinitromethane anion.
The stereochemistry of the addition of the Hg salt of trinitromethane to olefins is also the same in these solvents.
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Tartakovskii, V.A., Nikonova, L.A. & Novikov, S.S. Influence of solvents on the direction of the addition of mercury salts of trinitromethane to unsaturated compounds. Russ Chem Bull 16, 690–691 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00906029
- Nonpolar Solvent
- Aprotic Solvent
- Unsaturated Compound
- Polar Proton