february 26 2008 discussion sheet

february 26 2008 discussion sheet - Describe what happens...

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Below is a generic ketone. Indicate the polarity. Indicate which part might naturally be a nucleophile and which part might naturally be an electrophile Draw the mechanism for converting a ketone to an alcohol through use of an alkyllithium reagent. Starting materials No reaction
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Pt and H 2 No reaction Epoxides can react with Grignard reagents. Why would a Grignard reagent want to react with an epoxide. /draw an epoxide and talk about their features.
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Unformatted text preview: Describe what happens when20 protons are added 200 ethanol molecules. Is this process reversible? Show the reaction equation to make an alkyllithium compound List 2 organometallic reagents of a type that have not been described on this sheet. Indicate a synthetic route for each. List (draw) 4 of the different oxidants we saw in the alcohol chapter. Propose a route to make the product from the given starting material....
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course CHEM 332 taught by Professor Kisslings during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.

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