Naio Technologies said continuous innovation has enabled its robots to handle different crop types. This navigation system can be implemented on any off-road robot , said the company. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Comments Very nice article about agriculture.
Tell Us What You Think! New robotic farm hand inoculates dairy cows. Connect with The Robot Report. It does well as a specimen plant or as a medium sized hedge and looks really nice especially with its dark green leaves. Few pests bother this plant so pesticide application is usually not necessary. Naio is also used in soil bioremediation since studies have shown it to remove and breakdown petroleum based substances in the ground.
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Not like I would do that. In the mechanism, one of the oxygens double bonded to iodine is missing in the 2nd and 3rd structure, I think. Otherwise, truly great work. What I thought was that first glycols would be formed by the presence of KMnO4 and then due to NaIO4 as you explained they would converted to aldehydes. But I checked the answer and one of the products was aldehyde but other was carboxylic acid.
Can you please explain why and what happens in this reaction. Thank you. This is dihydroxylation followed by oxidative cleavage. KMnO4 is responsible for oxidation of the aldehyde to a carboxylic acid. The other product is a ketone. That is really a great explaination sir. But is it only possible in the case of vicinal diols? What if more than more than two OH- groups are present side be side?
So a general statement that can be made is: Primary alcohols will give formaldehyde on reaction with Periodic acid Secondary alcohols will give corresponding aldehydes And tertiary alcohols will give a ketone. Am I right? Pls help me out. Then yes. NaIO4 will split amino alcohols, giving aldehydes in the process. Hey what if beta amino alchohols are cleaved with this… what are the products formed… please tell me.
Only alpha amino alcohols. Please propose mechanism for the below convertion cyclohexane-1,3-dione react with Sodium periodate NaIO4 in water H2O to farnish glutaric acid. Can periodic acid cleave trans diol in cyclic compound. Jerry and and march says that it can but how is it possible with the cyclic intermediate? Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Other names Sodium metaperiodate.