PPS 18 - less and any inorganic reagents you have learned...

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C357 PPS#18 Synthesis II Page 1 of 2 For the following synthetic problems, you will use starting materials specified (if any) and you will provide a reasonable and efficient synthesis of the target compound. It is suggested that in multi-step syntheses that you provide your expected product from each step in case that step is incorrect. 1) Target Compound Starting Material: Any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9) and H 3 C OH H 3 C OH 2) Target Compound Starting Material: Any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9) and O HO O HO Cl 3) Target Compound Starting Material: Any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9) and
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Page 2 of 2 4) Target Compound Starting Material: In your synthesis, you can use any stable carbon compounds containing 4 carbons or
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Unformatted text preview: less and any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9). You must start with: C C H H 5) Target Compound Starting Material: In your synthesis, you can use any stable carbon compounds containing 4 carbons or less and any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9). You must start with: C C H H H O 6) Target Compound Starting Material: In your synthesis, you can use any stable carbon compounds containing 4 carbons or less and any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9). You must start with: O Cl 7) H H Starting Material: Any stable carbon compounds containing 4 carbons or less and any inorganic reagents you have learned in class or in your text (through Chapter 9). H H...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course CHEM 3570 taught by Professor Ganem, b during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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