Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 412

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18-±7 Many alkenes can be syNthesized by two dIfferent WIttig reactioNs (as in the previous probLem). The ones shown here foRm the phosphoNIum sa²t from the less hindered a²ky² ha²³de´ µa) (b) ¶c) 1) Ph3P + PHC·ZB¸ ¹ PHC· ºPPh3 2) Bu»¼ + 2) Bu»½ C·Z¾PPh3 o + ) - PhC·=C(C¿3)Z H3C CH3 PhC· =
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