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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 236

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CHAPTER l l-REACTIONS OF ALCOHOLS 1 1- 1 (a) both reactions are oxidations (b) oxidation, oxidation, reduction, oxidation (c) one carbon is oxidized and one carbon is reduced-no net change (d) reduction: C-O is replaced by C-H (e) neither oxidation nor reduction-the C still has two bonds to 0 (f) oxidation (addition of X2) (g) neither oxidation nor reduction (addition of HX) (h) neither oxidation nor reduction (elimination of H20) (i) oxidation: adding an 0 to each carbon of the double bond (j) the first reaction is oxidation as a new C-O bond is formed to each carbon of the alkene; the second reaction is neither oxidation nor reduction, as H20 is added to the epoxide, and each carbon sti l l has one bond to oxygen (k) neither oxidation nor reduction: H-B is added
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