Organic Chemistry Synthesis Possibilities Discussion

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PhysicsEnjoyer31415
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I was confused on whether the product would be A or B . I think it should be B because it seems more stable than A and even by reaction mechanism logic , B seems to be more likely because the H+ will be a electrophile and attach to N which has a lone pair and form NH2+ and break off the CH3 bond and form CH3+ which goes to OH- and forms methyl alcohol but i wanted to confirm just in case , i am still in high school learning a bit on my own of advanced
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No reaction would happen under these conditions.
 
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Mayhem said:
No reaction would happen under these conditions.
What would be the conditions required ?
 
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PhysicsEnjoyer31415 said:
What would be the conditions required ?
Not sure. You would probably have to oxidize the amine (either to amide or imine) and find a way to work from there.
 
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