Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 236

Solutions_Manual_for - aND Í is RePLaceD by 0 iN t½À sÀcoND ReactIoNÏ oveRa¿LÐ onLy ÁaND ÑÁ aRe adDeDÐ so t½eRe Is no ÒÀt oxIdatIon

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CHAPTER ll-REAcTIONS OF ALCOhO±S 11-1 (a) both reactions Are oxIdaTIons (B± oxidaTion, oxIdation² reductIon³ oxIdatIon (c) oNe carboN is oxIdIzed And one caRbon is ReDUceD-no net change (d± ´EµUc¶IoN: C·O Is Repl¸¹Eµ by CºH (E± Neither oxIdation noR Red»ctIoN¼t½E ¾ stiL¿ ½as two bonds to 0 (f oxiDation (aDdItion of X2) (g± NÀit½Àr oxIdatioN noR red»ctIoN (aDDItIon of H) (h± NÀit½ÀR oxIdatIon noR ReductIoN (ELImiNatIoN of Á20 (I± oxIDatioNà addiNg aN 0 to eac½ carbon of t½e doUB¿e bond ±) t½e fiRst REactioN Is oxIdatIon as a NEw ¾-O boND is foRmED Äo Eac½ caRboN of the aLkeNE; ĽE sEcoND RÀactioN is NÀit½eR oxIdatioN No´ RedUctioN² as Á20 is aDµÀD Äo ĽE EPoxideÅ and eacÆ ca´ÇoÈ stilL ½as oNÀ Éond to oxygen (k± NEÊt½ER oxidatioN NoR ReductIoNË ÁÌÍ Is aDDÀD in the fIRst ReacÄioNÎ
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