Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 16

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1-10 continued (g) H :0 : H I II i H /C ±-. ²C³C´H ' c "c i i H µ C , ' H C H i H · 0 · ( ) H H ¸¸ e H , / ±i ( f H H " /C , /C¹ H´C C H I Ii HºC » ¼½¾¿ c¹ / C h h / ² H H (h) H : 0 : H À H À ± / •• " /C Á ÃÄ 0 Å C µ · ¸ i ± H´c , Æc¹ / C / H H i H I I i i HÇC ´ C³CÈCÈCÉH i I I I H À H H 1±1 1 There is often more than one coRrect way to wrIte condenseD StRuctural formulaS. You MU²³ oF³eN Make InferenceS about what a conDenSed formula meanS accorDing to vaLence Rules, especIally In st´uctures wIth C=O as Shown In paRts (a) and (d)µ (a) CH3COCH 2 CH 2 Ch3 (the 0 has a double bond to the cArbon pRecediNg it) (d) CH3CH 2 CH(CH3)CÀ 2 CÀO (the 0 caRbon precedIng it) (b) (CÊ3ËCHCH 2 20 H or CH3CH(CH3)CH 2 H (c) (CH3ËCÀCH 2 CH(OÀ)CH3 or CH3CH(CÀ3)CH 2 CH(OH)CH3 1¶12 ·f the percent valueS do not sum to 100%¸ the remaInder must be oxygen¹ ASsume 100 g of sample;
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