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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 128

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 128 - (c...

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6-52 continued (b) (i) · 0: H�( H H equivalent resonance fonns H H } .��" H H (iv) H2 H equivalent resonance fonns i 1/��· .Jy�,,} loss of bromide gives unstahle 10 carhocation Ihat quickly rearranges to a 2° allylic carbocation equivalent resonance fonns-same as from part (iii)
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Unformatted text preview: (c) ¹n´y one substitutIon prodUct arises froM equIvalent resonance foNs. (i) (iiIº OCH±CH3 6±53 cis + trans Mos¶ stable al\YLic (+ o» 3° and 2° C) (Iiº (Iv) OCH±CH3 ± saMe as part (iII) cis + trans + >0±²± aL¼Ylic ±+ on 1 ° a»d 2° C) 12³ least s¶able...
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