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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 52

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2-42 (a) ether ether (c) aldehyde (e) ester (cyclic) alkene (g) (b) (d) (f) (h) alkene ketone aromatic amide (cyclic) amme ester 2-43 . . :0: I I C CH3 / t ' CH3 sp 2 -planar :0: :0 : " I + / S .... . .... .. f- - --J.... / S .... . CH3 / • • CH3 CH / • • CH 3 t 3 sp 3 -tetrahedral The key to this problem is understanding that sulfur has a lone pair of electrons. The second resonance
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