Esters and grignard reagents is this correct?

Grignard additions to esters results in the formation of tertiary alcohols. Starting from the appropriate ester, outline the reagents and starting materials for the products I and II shown below. ph-c-ch3-ch3-OH so the ester would be ph-c=o--o-ch3 and grignard with be ph-mg-br ALCHOHOL - h3ch2c-c-ch3-ch3-oh... show more Grignard additions to esters results in the formation of tertiary alcohols. Starting from the appropriate ester, outline the reagents and starting materials for the products I and II shown below.

ph-c-ch3-ch3-OH so the ester would be ph-c=o--o-ch3 and grignard with be ph-mg-br

ALCHOHOL - h3ch2c-c-ch3-ch3-oh
ester will be ch2ch3-c=o-o-ch3 and grignard ch3-mg-br
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