Grignard reaction

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Grignard reaction

(grē-nyar′) [François AugusteVictor Grignard, French chemist and Nobel laureate, 1871–1935]
A classical organic-chemical process that forms carbon-carbon bonds. It is used to build carbon chains in compounds including drugs, food additives, toxins, and pesticides.