Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 223

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Unformatted text preview: 1 0- 17 Acid chlorides or esters will work as starting materials in these reactions. The typical solvent for Grignard reactions i s ether; i t i s not shown here. 0 (a) Ph-C-Cl II ( b) Jy 0 o II + 2 P hMgBr H30+ � • Ph P h-C-OH Ph I I OCH] + 2 CH3CH2MgI H30+ � • ~ OH (c) Ph-C-Cl +2 o . MgCI 10- 18 :qD II (a) H-C � ./'0... MgB r --- �� H-C-OEt :?j .. aldehyde intermediate II (b) (i) HC-OEt 0 II (ii) HC-OEt 0 II (iii) HC-OEt o OH I �C� I H + 2 CH3CH2MgBr H 30+ � • � OH • +2 +2 � MgBr <} o MgB r H30+ � H 30+ � • � OR 10- 19 Ether i s the typical solvent in Grignard reactions. ( a) <} MgBr + U 216 � OR V ...
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