Consider the reaction below between between CO2 and CH3MgCI. For the sake of simplicity, the +MgCI counterion has been omitted.
Draw the curved arrows depicting the reaction between CO2 and CH3MgCI.
Draw the organic synthetic intermediate, including all lone-pair electrons and charges. Draw the final organic product, including all lone-pair electrons and charges after aqueous acid workup.
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