N-Methoxy-N-methyl-amide. Due to the chelation effect, nucleophilic addition of an organometallic reagent adds only once to give ketone, whereas normal amides would have led to double addition to afford tertiary alcohol.
KeywordsInorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Nucleophilic Addition Tertiary Alcohol Chelation Effect
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