Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 271

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Unformatted text preview: 1 2 1 7c ontinued - (b) CH3 -CH= c () (d) [&f-. () � rnJz 1 3 4 /CH3 H C+ [ CH3 -CH==CH - H -CH3 [ � [ Jb�jcH H 45 rnJz 98 allyli c leavage c CH3 CH,- H-CH1 b�� � 9 CH2CH3 rnJz 1 02 b CH3 rnJz 84 � j + . r ----l.. �i .. CH3_CH= t a lpha- c leavage ----I � 1 b H3 <iH, - CH3_ H_ � rnJz 69 b} H3 CH, :OH CH3 I I + CH - CH2 - CH -CH3 + OH CH3 II I ___ C H - CH2 - CH - CH3 t rnJz 87 alpha ­ c leavage ·· i� H' :OH CH3- H rnJz 45 H C H' rear ange r .. rnJz 77 � � benzylc ation �H3 C o m1z 9 1 T he tropylium ion s a i ch a a te ti fragment r c ris c f om phe ylalkane r n s. rnJ z 43 y r ea a ge rr n .. H 3C, + "CH3 C I CH3 rnJz 57 1O- rnJz 1 44 a lpha-c leavage • F c� H3 • • rnJ z 1 29 O- G CH rnJz 85 � =c � H3 264 } ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course CHEM 140 taught by Professor Wade during the Spring '10 term at Whitman.

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