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What is Imine-Enamine tautomerism?

An imine is a compound that contains a -C=NH bond. It is homologous of -C=O. And Imime form is just similar to keto form and Enamine form is just similar to Enol form . The Imine-Enamine tautomerism is due to the migration of alpha hydrogen from one polyvalent atom to another to form Enamine thus Imines can be converted into enamines.

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