Problem Set XII Key

Problem Set XII Key - Name: K 6, \4 Chem 343 Spring 2009 TA...

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Unformatted text preview: Name: K 6, \4 Chem 343 Spring 2009 TA Name: Problem Set XII Discussion Secition # I. For each of the following reactions, provide reagents over/under the reaction arrow that would produce the product shown as the major product. If more than one reaction step is required, provide the reagents for each step and number each step as 1.), 2.), etc. H OH 4, CL/ H /\/< SOCIL ——> Hz,” 0” P H4 OCH3 . ———> L3 CHs 8r H44 OH HZN/ H 1 N H} CH3 CH3 H OH |>C143C03H m + enantiomer —————> 1.) c1450©/c;z450H null/[H OCH3 II. For each of the following reactions, draw the structure of the major product. If the major product is one specific stereoisomer, be sure to show the correct one. If the major product is formed as equal (or approximately equal) amounts of two or more stereoisomers, clearly indicate which ones are formed. HO 5 5‘ 1.) SOCI2 ——> 2.) CH3Se 1') A OH (“H5 / 0 "/7; OCH} tham tamer H3C ———> 6) . 2.) CH3OH2 /CH3OH a H 1.) SOCI2 \ 2.) CH3Oe/CH3OH III. Starting with only 1-butanol, acetylene, and typical laboratory reagents, provide a step-wise synthesis of the ether shown below. Show one complete reaction for each step. H1 //1/; .3 WC 0 H (n- 23 0&3 190“ a?“ 3“” [p9 W 403 ,— l Fe , ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2009 for the course CHEM 343 taught by Professor Whitlock during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin.

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Problem Set XII Key - Name: K 6, \4 Chem 343 Spring 2009 TA...

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