Unit%203_32 - vi. Hydroxylamine vii. Hydrazines viii....

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CHEMISTRY 0320 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II Prof. C. S. Wilcox - University of Pittsburgh Unit 3 Reading: Chapter 17 I. Mechanisms. a. Acetal and ketal formation. Hemiacetal formation. b. Imine formation. c. Enamine formation. II. Reactions. a. Know products to be expected from the reaction of carbonyl compounds with the following reagents. i. HCN or H + /NaCN ii. Peroxycarboxylic acids (Baeyer Villiger oxidation) iii. ROH, H + iv. RNH 2 , H + v. Ylides (Wittig reaction)
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Unformatted text preview: vi. Hydroxylamine vii. Hydrazines viii. Hydrazine then NaOH, 180 C (Wolff-Kishner reduction) III. Synthesis. Homework problems 17-40 to 17-48 provide good practice in applying these reactions and mechanisms. IV. Review. Review the reactions of aldehydes and ketones with Grignard and organolithium reagents. Also remember the methods for reduction of carbonyl compounds and oxidation of alcohols....
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