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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 228

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10-37 continued OH (c)� BH3 - THF H202 ~ HO- OH ( d)� Hg(OAch NaBH4 H2O .. 10-38 OH (a) V OH (b)� (e) JyPh OH (d) This problem confuses a lot of people. When a Grignard reagent is added to a compound that has an OH group, the first thing that happens is that the Grignard reacts by removing the H+ from the 0-. o 00H + o ether 0 1 CH3Mg1 (o ly one equivalent of 0-+MgI + CH4 Gngnard reagent added ! If a second equivalent
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