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anti- +‎ elimination


antielimination (uncountable)

  1. (organic chemistry) elimination of substituents from opposite sides of a double bond
    • 1976, Michael R. J. Dack, Solutions and solubilities (volume 8, part 2, page 177)
      Antielimination occurs in both solvents []
    • 1995, Alan Roy Katritzky, Otto Meth-Cohn, Stanley Michael Roberts, Comprehensive organic functional group transformations (page 490)
      These arise through re-addition of the initially formed palladium hydride and subsequent antielimination of the trimethylsilyl and palladium moieties.