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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 229

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10-39 All Grignard reactIons are Rn In ether solvent. Two a±ows are shown IndICatIng that the GrIgna²d reactIon Is allowed to proceed, and then In a second step, dilute aqueous acId Is adDed. o H30+ ? ³ (a) H + BrMg -´µ . (b) (C) (d) (e) (f (g) M· ¸H20 ¹ º ether 0 BrMg» ¼H ²³ HP+ ~ ¾ ¿ ' Mg U H30+ (H O R mg ¸HÀ0 ³30+ V ÁH 'h ´ eÂÃer i l ¸O¸½ÀĽ3 Á³ (h) ± ±²³40 (Å) XMgÄ ÄƸ³3 µµµ¶ ± ·¸¹¸º ² - ÇmgX
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Unformatted text preview: ³ÈÉ=ÉÊÉH3 any GrIgnard ¶eagen where Ç is alkyl or alkenyl B³3 ËTÌ mg ¸½20 ½30+ TechniCally, XMgÄ͸¸H3 Is a GÎIgNard reagen Åecause it Is an organoÏetallIC coÐpound Ñf ÏagnesiuÏ. ³owever, I Is not ÐaDe In tÃe USuÒl fasÃion; i Is Ïade Åy deprotonaÂIng the terÓinal aLkyne as sÃownÔ Õà _ /»¼ ½¾¿À Ö¸× Á  Õh Ø 222...
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