Acetone react with (i)mg/h2o (ii)h2so4,heat product? , Chemistry

This is an example of pinacone pinacone rearrangemnt

acetone with Mg and H2O forms 2,3 Dimethylbutane2.3 diol

which on reacting with H+ from forms first a carbocation on carbon 2 then results is 1,2 methyl shift to form carbon 3 carbocation and then H+ is removed from O forming C=O final product is 3,3Dimethyl butan2 one

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