HW9 KEY2 - Sessler CH310N Homework Problem Set 9 Due...

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Sessler CH310N Homework Problem Set 9 Due Thursday April 9th 1 KEY Please write the first three letters of your last name in the above boxes Name:_______________________________ UT EID:_____________________________ / 114 Signature:____________________________ Score:______________ 1. Using the provided boxes, draw the starting material or products necessary to complete the following reactions. If two stereoisomers are formed in equal amounts, you may show one of them and write “+ enantiomer”. (20 points, 4 points each)
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Sessler CH310N Homework Problem Set 9 Due Thursday April 9th 2 2. Show how you would use diethyl malonate and another reactant given to prepare the following substituted carboxylic acids. a. (10 points) b. (10 points)
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Sessler CH310N Homework Problem Set 9 Due Thursday April 9th 3 3. Show how to convert 2-oxepame (see structure below) and ethanol into 1-cyclopentenecarbaldehyde. You must use 2-oxepane as the soured of all carbon atoms in the target molecule. Show all reagents and all molecules synthesized along the way. (15 points) O O H O + HO 2-oxepane 1-cyclopentene- carbaldehyde H + /H 2 O HO OH O EtOH, H + 2 O HO
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2010 for the course CH 1 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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HW9 KEY2 - Sessler CH310N Homework Problem Set 9 Due...

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