Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 213

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Unformatted text preview: continued (g) H-C::from (b) C-CH2CH2CH3 Sia2BH H-CCH2CH2CH2CH3 H 0 H3C-CCH2CH2CH3 (h) from (b) HgS04 (i) HC::C-H NaNH2 HC:: C: 9 -37 1) o II H-C::C-CH2CH2CH3 H2S04 2 ° II • .. ---t� La catindll yastr U) alkene muste be ciproduct produce ithadditions to from ant NaNH2 HC::C: Na+ HC::C-H (±) -- Review the stereochemistry in the solution to Problem 8-35, p. 171 of this Solutions Manual. 1) .. -t� ---l"� Alternatively, ra with aqueous peraceti anti-hydroxylattedns-but-2-ene could be c acid. R eview the stereochemistry in the solution to Problem 8-35, p. 171 of this Solutions Manual. 9 -38 meso dX PHt 2 o-CH2CH2CH2CH3 � the fact that five equi v alents of hydrogen are consumed says t ust 2 carbonhatskelemton have fi ve pi bonds in the above O O I'�\O O 0 11 'I? 'I? H-C-CH2CH2 -C-C-H H-C-C-H H-C-C-OH H-C-OH from C::C carboxylic acids alkyne carbonyls alkenes Whet rmi ene s ci result o-CH=CH-C::CH be detheer thneedalkfrom itheses or trans.s cannot Compound NaNH2 H3C-C::C-CH3 CH31 La H2 catindllyastr H3C 1 CH3 OS04 C=C HH ameso productbefromtosyn additiothe lkene must cis produce n 2) \ I I \ T�:� o II 5 X II '-. II + � � + + '"'-__----. ) y�----�1 II II 6 �3 2 X 206 ...
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