Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 313

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Unformatted text preview: 1 4-20 (a) te r B utyl hydroperoxide Is the oxIdizng Agent. The (CH3COO conAns the 0-0 bond just Lke a peroxyacd 2) DethyL tARrAte has two AsymMetrc cAons And s the source of AsyMety; ts funcon s to creAte A chrAl rAnston stAe thAt s of Lowest Energy , leAding to only one en Ant oe of poduct Th s process is c Alled chirliT tRansfeR. The functon of he ttAnU (IV) sopropoxde is to Ac as he GLue that hoLds ALL of the reAGents togeher The ttanu hLds An oxygen from each reaAn GerAnoL B uOO ANd dehyL tarrAteAnd tethers em s hA they reAct together rAther hAn Just avnG em n sun And pn hA eY W LL evenuaLLY LLde () LL hree reAcans Are requred to mAke ShArpLess epoxdaon work ut the key o enantioselectIve epoxdAtoN s the chraL moLecuLe dethyl tarae en compLexes (or...
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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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