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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 430

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18-55 The key to this problem is understanding that the relative proximity of the two oxygens can dramatically affect their chemistry. 1 ,2-di oxane The "second" isomer described: two oxygens connected by a sigma bond are a peroxide. The 0-0 bond is easily cleaved to give radicals. In the presence of organic compounds, radical reactions can be explosive. Mechanism of acetal hydrolysis HO O - H -- - / H :0 .. .. . .. f-- -i ..
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