Chem 3570 materials -S10 - 3 for R = Br, Cl)) Nucleophiles...

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Some Concepts and Reactions from Chem 3570 worth reviewing Functional group interconversions Alkenes – synthesis (elimination - dehydration, dehydrohalogenation, etc) and reactions Grignard and organolithium reagents - addition to carbonyl compounds Halides – Synthesis and reactions Epoxides – ring-opening reaction (addition to RMgBr, Rli and other nucleophiles) Alcohols – Synthesis and reactions (oxidation, conversion to halides (e.g.; use of PX
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Unformatted text preview: 3 for R = Br, Cl)) Nucleophiles relative strengths, basicity, reactivity Acids and Bases relative basicity and acidity Mechanism arrow pushing Retrosynthesis Resonance Carbocations (formation, factors affecting stability, etc) Leaving groups relative reactivity Lewis acids and bases Keto-enol tautomerization Stereochemistry Retention and inversion of configuration Syn and anti-addition to C=C bonds Hydroboration-Oxidation...
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