Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 381

Solutions_Manual_for - 1 7-2 1 continued(c 1 7-22 a 0 �I C H3I • A lCl3(excess b(e 0 C l C CH 2 CH(CH3h ° II II II 2 Cl2 • AlCl3 1 AlCl3 2

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Unformatted text preview: 1 7-2 1 continued (c ) 1 7-22 ( a) 0 �I C H3I • A lCl3 (excess) ( b) (e ) 0 + C l - C - CH 2 CH(CH3h ° II II II 2) Cl2 • AlCl3 1 ) AlCl3 2 ) H2O (d) 0 0 + + C l - C - C(CH3h ° 1 ) AlCl3 • (e) (f) o �I ?' ?' Q + + 0 Cl - C -0 � II ... 2) H2 0 1 ) AlCl3 • 2) H2 0 C O, HCl A lCliCuCl H3C0 -o�I .. ?' a ° � o° a c 'Q Cl II .. ¢° �I II II (separate from a rtha) C - CH 2CH(CH)), C - C(CH3h OCH3 C l - C - C(CH3h ° II II 1 ) AlCl3 2) H20 • 0 �I C l - C - C H 2CH2 CH3 ° ° a II CHO C - C(CH 3 ) 3 I ) A ICl) 2) H 2 0 °c a II Z n(Hg) ' HCl • a �I �I CH2c(C H))) � I - CH,Cll,CH) • Z n(Hg), HCl a CIl 2CH 2CH2CH3 375 ...
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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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