What is the mechanism of e1cb?, Chemistry

E1cb means elimination, unimolecular, of the conjugate base. This type elimination proceeds through the carbanion mechanism.

An carbon compound, acting as an acid, is attacked by an electron rich base, resulting in a carbanion, which is te conjugate base of the carbon acid, and an eliminated conjugate acid. this reaction is reversible in nature

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